Looking to Travel from Boston to New York? Take the Coach Run Bus!
Do you need an affordable bus ticket that gets you to Boston or New York? Well, take the Coach Run Bus, it will get you there in no time. I personally have taken the bus many times already to see my family and friends in New Jersey/ New York. So I can tell you almost everything you need to know about the bus route.
1.- Convenience Schedules
At GotoBus.com you can find Boston to New York Bus tickets with
multiple times of departure and depending on which day, different prices.
2.- Tickets As Low As $9
As you can see for example the price for Monday-Thursday and Saturdays is usually $9 and only has departures at 8am or 5:30 pm. If you need to leave Friday and Sunday the prices and options are a bit different.
As you can see there is an option to be dropped off in Flushing, NY. The Bus will stop in Flushing first then go to 47 Chrystie Street, NY so stay on the bus if you don’t need to get out at Flushing. If you want more direct route you can still select that route but at different times like below.
3.- Bus Stop Near the Train Station
The pickup bus stop for Boston is currently in North Quincy T Station Parking lot. You can travel here via the Red Line to Braintree and get off at North Quincy station.
4.- Bus Amenities
So the bus is fairly comfortable with adequate leg room, power plug, and sometimes Wi-Fi. Depending on the bus and day, it may or may not have Wi-Fi. This bus below has for example Wi-Fi, power plug, AC, and much more. A small note on holidays and weekends some of the amenities cannot be promised.
As you can see the top has a power plug. On other buses it may look like this:
5.- Rest Stop Along the Way for a Quick Snack!
The Bus ride is generally 4 hours and 30 mins in total and depending on traffic could be up to 30 minutes early or 1 hour and 30 minutes late. Stops along the way: Typically the bus stops only once on the way from Boston to New York. They usually stop at a Burger King or a rest stop, for Bathroom and food/drinks.
6.- Accessible Bus Stop in New York
Departure and Arrival: 47 Chrystie Street, New York, NY 10002. Public transportation in New York is very efficient and reliable. It will get you to Chinatown Manhattan in no time. Bus will be dropped off passengers at the side of the street in Chinatown.
7.- New Departure Locations in the Boston Area
Coach Run has added 3 new departure locations from the cities of Malden, Woburn and Framingham
- 6:00 am Malden, MA – 31 Commercial St Malden, MA 02148 (Front of MBTA, Commercial St side) —Pickup only, no return
- 6:40 am Woburn, MA – 100 Atlantic Ave Woburn, MA 01801 (Woburn- Anderson Regional Trans Center) —Pickup only, no return
- 7:30 am 114 Mass Turnpike, Framingham, MA 01701 (Framingham Service Plaza Westbound) —-Pick up
They are available daily. Officially launch on 06/19 Monday.
Visit http://www.gotobus.com/coach-run/ for more information.