Edgartown, Massachusetts (CNN) – President Barack Obama will dust off his presidential bus and head to New York and Pennsylvania for a two day tour next week, the White House announced on Monday.
Obama, currently vacationing on Martha's Vineyard, will use the trip to "discuss another cornerstone of his vision for a better bargain for the middle class," a White House official said, without specifying any details of the president's speeches.
Since the beginning of August, Obama has used day trips to discuss jobs and the economy – launched in Illinois, the new initiative has also brought the president to Missouri, Florida, Tennessee and Arizona.
He's laid out plans for a new "grand bargain" on jobs, as well as a new push to bolster the nation's housing market.
CNN's Lesa Jansen and Dan Lothian contributed to this report.