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Leprechaun Lines

Leprechaun Lines
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Headquarters 24 Windsor Highway
Locale New Windsor, New York
Service area Dutchess County, New York
Orange County, New York
Service type coach service
Routes 5
Website leprechaunlines.com

Leprechaun Lines is a private bus company based in Orange County, New York. The carrier uses a fleet of coach-style buses to provide charter functions and a variety of services. Two local routes run through Newburgh, connecting major shopping and employment destinations. Additionally, a commuter shuttle route runs between Stewart International Airport, Downtown Newburgh, a park and ride location on New York State Route 17K, and the Beacon Metro-North Station. Because Orange County does not have a government-run public transportation system, Leprechaun Lines and Short Line Buses manage all transportation within the county; Stewart Airport, which is a rapidly growing reliever airport for the New York City area, is only served by Leprechaun's system.

On the Dutchess County side of the Hudson River, a commuter express line between Poughkeepsie and the massive suburban office park developments of White Plains is also operated by the agency. From Wednesday through Saturday, a schedule tourist service is also offered, running from Poughkeepsie and Newburgh to Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Routes

Route Terminus A Terminus B Runs Via Service Notes
Newburg–Beacon–Stewart Shuttle Stewart International Airport Beacon Metro-North Station Downtown Newburgh, Route 17K Park & Ride Route runs weekdays only. Some buses may not serve the airport at times when no flights are schedule; these services truncate at North Plank Road in Newburgh. Some eastbound midday/evening buses and one westbound midday bus bypasses the Downtown Newburgh stops.
Newburg Northside Mid-Valley Mall Fairacre Plaza Downtown Newburgh Route runs Monday through Saturday during daytime hours.
Newburg Southside Mid-Valley Mall Newburg Mall Downtown Newburgh Route runs Monday through Saturday during daytime hours.
Poughkeepsie–Atlantic City Poughkeepsie Tropicana Casino Fishkill, Newburgh, Central Valley One bus each direction Wednesday through Friday, plus two buses on Saturday.
Poughkeepsie–White Plains Commuter Poughkeepsie Downtown White Plains Wappingers Falls, Fishkill, Cold Spring, Garrison Monday-Friday rush hour only.

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