The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up has given up midnight flights to Neverland for the more mundane bus routes of the northeastern and mid-Atlantic US. Peter Pan Bus Lines provides scheduled service to more than 100 cities in about 10 states along the Boston-to-Washington, DC, corridor. It transports packages as well as passengers on its scheduled routes; in addition, the company offers charter and tour bus services in the US and Canada. Overall the company and its subsidiaries, which include Arrow Line and Bonanza Bus Lines, operate a fleet of about 300 buses. Peter Pan Bus Lines was founded in 1933 by Peter C. Picknelly, grandfather of company president Peter A. Picknelly. The Picknelly family owns the company.