WELLS, Maine — It’s has been 10 years since bus service was provided at the Wells Transportation Center, and on April 15, the first Greyhound bus bound for Boston is scheduled to roll.

Brent Marriner, a volunteer who works at the Wells Transportation Center Downeaster train station, worked with town officials and state officials to restore bus service to Wells after it ended in 2005.

He told the Board of Selectmen on Tuesday night that all of their efforts have paid off.

“Of all the things we’ve been looking for, this is really a good fit,” Marriner said.

On April 15, Greyhound will stop in Wells for two round-trips per day. Greyhound will carry riders south to Portsmouth and then to South Station, where they can get connections to Logan International Airport.

Greyhound also will provide northbound service from Wells to downtown Portland and to Brunswick, where riders can utilize Concord Trailways to access Lewiston, Augusta, Bangor and Bar Harbor on a seasonal basis, Marriner said.

Marriner said the town lost its bus service in 2005 when the parent company of Vermont Transit decided it would no longer serve stops that generated less than $50,000 per year in ticket sales. With Town Manager Jonathan Carter’s help, Marriner said they met with several bus companies as well as the state Department of Transportation to restore regularly scheduled bus service.

Marriner said the first Greyhound bus will depart Wells for Boston at 9:30 a.m. April 15, and there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony to mark the occasion.