Port Authority Bus New York to Boston Newark

Port Authority Bus Terminal in midtown New York is the main bus station of NYC. Connects to the path train and NYC subway.

The Port Authority Bus Terminal serves bus travel from New York to destinations including Boston, Baltimore, Hartford, Newark, Philadelphia, Providence, Washington DC.

Bus lines stopping at Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York are Academy Bus, Adirondack Trailways, Bieber Bus, Bolt Bus, C&J Lines, Greyhound Bus, Martz Trailways, Megabus, Peter Pan Bus, Trans-Bridge Lines and more…

Port Authority Bus Terminal New York, Buses Boston DC Philadelphia Hartford Newark

Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York: Buses serving Boston, DC, Philadelphia, Hartford, Newark and more.

To learn more about traveling to New York once you’ve arrived at the Port Authority Bus Terminal read the Wanderu.com bus travel guide for the Big Apple, New York, NY: New York Bus travel Guide and you can find guides for cities connected by bus – Boston, Newark and more. Headed to Boston check out the South Station Boston guide.

Full List of Carriers:

Academy(201) 420-7000
Adirondack Trailways(800) 858-8555
Bieber(800) 243-2374
BoltBus(877) 265-8287
C&J Lines(800) 258-7111
Capitol Trailways(800) 333-8444
Community (Coach USA)(800) 877-1888
Community Lines(201) 309-0006
DeCamp(800) 631-1281
Express Bus Service(973) 881-9133
Greyhound Bus(800) 231-2222
Lakeland(973) 366-0600
Martz Trailways(800) 233-8604
Megabus(877) 462-6342
Newark Liberty Airport Express(877) 863-9275
NJ TRANSIT(973) 275-5555
NYC Airporter (JFK/LGA)(855) 269-2247
Olympia (Coach USA)(877) 894-9155
Peter Pan(800) 343-9999
Red & Tan Lines (Coach USA)(908) 354-3330
Rockland (Coach USA)(201) 263-1254
Shortline (Coach USA)(800) 631-8405
Suburban (Coach USA)(800) 222-0492
Susquehanna Trailways(800) 692-6314
Trans-Bridge Lines(610) 868-6001

3 thoughts on “Port Authority Bus New York to Boston Newark

  1. Marilyn Davis

    Need the cheapest and fastest of the above transport to take me from Manhattan by(Penn Station). To the bus terminal Philadelphia close to the school and the Doubletree.

    Thanks Marilyn

  2. Wanderu

    Hi Marilyn!

    You should take the Megabus (http://us.megabus.com) or Boltbus (http://www.boltbus.com) which will take you to Philadelphia 30th street station. Boltbus departs right near Penn Station (34th st and 8th avenue) and takes you to Philadelphia (JFK and N. 30th st) and will cost around $10 (sometimes a little more or less depending on when you book). From 30th st it is a 5-7$ cab ride to UPenn.

    Megabus costs between 5-10$ depending on when you book and also brings you to the same location but it departs a little further from Penn Station on 41st St between 8th Ave and 9th Ave but you can take an A, C, or E train from Penn Station one stop to Port Authority and the station will be right there outside the bus terminal on 41st st.

    They both will take around 2 hours give or take depending on traffic.

    Hope this helps!

    -Wanderu Wizard

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