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susquehanna university breakshuttle, susquehanna college break bus

BreakShuttle has been offering convenient and reliable transportation for Susquehanna University students during academic breaks since 2014. We make it easy to save time and money and avoid the hassle of getting home by providing direct, safe and affordable trips to New Jersey and New York City during Fall, Thanksgiving, Winter, and Spring breaks. We are helping families reduce the financial and logistical stress of having a child going to school in central Pennsylvania.

The university campus sits on 325 acres in Selinsgrove, in the heart of the Susquehanna Valley, approximately 50 miles north of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 92% of the more than 2,200 undergraduate students live on campus. They come from 33 different states and 23 countries. But unless you are in an automobile, getting there isn’t easy - It requires a plane or a train to Harrisburg or Philadelphia and then a long and expensive taxi trip. As a comparison to a $55 BreakShuttle ticket from Manhattan directly to campus, flying from JFK, LaGuardia or Newark International Airport to Harrisburg requires a stop and costs over $600.  

Susquehanna students have ridden with BreakShuttle more than 1,000 times since we began running in 2014. These trips are operated by reputable limousine and charter companies with years of experience who are recognized leaders in the industry. In addition to being the safest means of ground transportation, charter buses also provide the most environmentally friendly mode of motorized transit.

In 2017, BreakShuttle joined Wells + Associates, building on over twenty-five years of planning sustainable, cost-effective transportation solutions for commercial, residential, governmental, and institutional developments across the United States including university campuses.