CORNING, N.Y. (WENY) -- Thanks to a Rochester-based donor, the Corning Museum of Glass will reinstate its shuttle services, and they'll stay running for the next three years.

On Monday, the Museum announced that Rochester financier Mary Spurrier had made a generous donation to the museum in order to allow the shuttle service to run. CMOG had previously shut down the service as the costs were proving too much to keep up with.

Now, thanks to Spurrier's donation, the shuttle service will continue to run between the Corning Museum of Glass, the Rockwell Museum, and Corning's Gaffer District, during the peak tourist season in the summer and fall.

"So her donation will fund the shuttle bus service five months of the year, which is roughly going to be mid -May through mid -October. This year it's going to go from present day to the end of October because we're getting started later this year, but it's going to be for three years," said Beth Duane, CMOG's Chief Marketing and Visitor Experience Officer.

Thanks to the recent contributions, The Corning Museum of Glass will rename the service to the Spurrier Museum Shuttle.