BoltBus New York Stops – Bus Guide

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There are three outdoor curbside BoltBus New York City stops. BoltBus-NYC-Stop1

1. Midtown West – 33rd Street
2. Midtown East – 1st Avenue
3. Lower Manhattan – 6th Avenue is the simplest way to book BoltBus tickets for as low as $1 and at the same time be able to compare all other bus options to find the best trip for you. Search now to see all the options we offer!

Popular New York Boltbus Routes:

1. W 33rd St Between 11th & 12th Ave to Boston, DC, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Greenbelt.

This is an outdoor BoltBus NY stop located in Midtown West, 300 feet west of the Northwest corner of 33rd Street and 11th Avenue. The BoltBus will stop one block south of the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

BoltBus NYC Stop #1 address:
611 W 33rd St, New York, NY 10001
BoltBus NY Connections available from this stop:


2.  1st Ave Between 38th & 39th to Boston

Just 5 blocks south of the United Nations Headquarters, this outdoor BoltBus NY stop is in Midtown East, right in the middle of 38th St. and 39th St.

BoltBus NYC Stop #2 address: 672 1st Avenue New York, NY 10016 
BoltBus NY Connections available from this stop:


3.  6th Ave Between Grand & Watts to DCBaltimoreand Philadelphia

This is an outdoor BoltBus NY stop in SoHo, at the northeast corner of the intersection about 100ft north on 6th Avenue. This stop is also connected to MTA subway lines A, C, 2, 3.
BoltBus NYC Stop #3 address:
101 6th Avenue New York, NY 10014

BoltBus NY Connections available from this stop:

BoltBus Amenities: Free-Wifi, Electrical Sockets, and Extra Leg Room.

For more information on travel connections between stops, you may access the New York Bus guide, Baltimore Bus Guide, Greenbelt BoltBus Guide, Boston South Station Bus Guide, Cherry Hill Bus guide, Washington DC Bus Guide or Philadelphia Bus Guide. With convenient schedules and affordable prices, BoltBus is an excellent option to travel between New York and many stops in the Northeast.

5 thoughts on “BoltBus New York Stops – Bus Guide

  1. Patsy

    Hello I am traveling from New York to the cancer treatment center in Philadelphia how far is my commute from the bus terminal to the hospital?
    Thanks in advance
    October 3,2016

    1. Karina Barriga Albring

      Hello Patsy,

      The bus terminal where you will arrive in Philly depends on what company you travel on. If you choose to travel on Bolt Bus, you will arrive at 15 N 30th Street in Philadelphia. From there, it is a 20-minute drive to the Cancer Treatment Center (it is 11 miles away). If you choose to take public transportation, it would take around 50 minutes to an hour.

      Safe travels!

  2. Jennie Davis

    Hello i am trying to go from Philadelphia,PA to 125th st and Madison Avenue in New York. On may 9th by 7:30am. I’m traveling with 8 others. so its 9 total. Can you please email me information on times and prices. i also would need to know how close/far to/from Madison Ave will we be. We will also need times and prices coming back the same time around 7pm or 9pm. thanks in advance for all of your help

  3. SNL

    New York 6th Between Grand & Watts (To DC or Phil)

    BoltBus New York Stop #1 100 6th Ave

    The closest address you can put in GPS is 100 6th Ave for this bus stop.Just wait at the intersection, or under the awning of 100 6th Ave. The bus literally pulls up to the side of the road and loads up.

  4. Saptak

    Planning to take Bolt bus from Boston to NYC. How far is the nearest metro station and what
    are the metro lines that will take me to:

    190 East 7th Street

    Thanks in advance,


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