I am typing up formal invitations, and I want to say that transportation will be provided from Point A to Point B (but also from Point B back to Point A).
In order to clear up the to-from/from-to confusion, I tried to use 'between' as follows:
Transportation will be provided between Point A and Point B.
Is it grammatically correct to use between in this manner?
Transportation is really FROM Point A TO Point B -- although the car may travel between the two locations (i.e. not at either end point but in the middle), the transportation itself is to/from specific locations.
Another option is to say
Transportation will be provided to and from Point A and Point B.
I am trying to find the most appropriate choice of preposition to accurately convey the meaning, and I was unsuccessful in determining this after searching myself.