Montauk Welcomes Free Hampton Hopper Bus Transit Over Fourth Of July Weekend - 27 East

Montauk Welcomes Free Hampton Hopper Bus Transit Over Fourth Of July Weekend

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One of two Hampton Hopper buses offering transit to Montauk visitors and residents for free this summer. JON WINKLER

One of two Hampton Hopper buses offering transit to Montauk visitors and residents for free this summer. JON WINKLER

Arlene Pastore

Arlene Pastore

authorJon Winkler on Jul 3, 2017
It’s a warm Monday morning at the entrance to Hither Hills State Park on Old Montauk Highway in Montauk, when an aqua green bus pulls up at 10. Its door... more

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