Continuing To Improve

All-Star's Seymour terminal

SEYMOUR – The program to renovate and upgrade All-Star Transportation facilities continued to make progress over the summer and early fall with the terminal in Seymour receiving a major facelift.

Seymour terminal lofficeOn the exterior, the Seymour terminal metal panels were replaced and the entire building got a new coat of paint. A new sign also was installed. On the interior, a new floor was installed in the shop break room, while the offices for the manager and support staff received new flooring and other enhancements. In the main lobby, restrooms were renovated and the space was enlarged to increase the comfort for staff and visitors. Also this summer, a new propane tanked was installed to serve the terminal’s fleet of propane buses.

“We’re making great progress with renovations and construction program,” said John Dufour, All-Star Transportation president. “The new facilities provide a welcome space for our employees and provide a visual representation of the quality of our company. We Seymour terminal lobbyanticipate making additional improvements to our other terminals in the months and years ahead.”

Last year, the New Milford terminal was renovated, while a new terminal was constructed in Monroe. In previous years, the terminals in Burlington and Washington were renovated to provide new modern work spaces. The new Burlington terminal opened in January 2015, while the renovated Washington terminal opened in the fall of that same year.