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When arranging travel plans from Baltimore to New York, choose a bus instead of pricey train or plane transportation. Pay one-tenth of the price of a plane ticket when you choose bus transportation, and support an environmentally friendly way to travel. When you use Busbud to find your route and book your ticket, you'll discover how convenient traveling by bus truly is.

How much are tickets?

One-way tickets from Baltimore to New York average $27, but tickets as low as $13 are available. An average of 18 buses travel from Baltimore to New York each day, with departures ranging from 12:45 a.m. to 9:55 p.m. Busbud has updated bus schedules and departure times so you can book the most convenient time for your trip.

Where do I depart? Where will my bus arrive?

You'll leave from either the Baltimore Greyhound Bus Station or the Baltimore Bus Stop Maryland Avenue  near Marc-Penn Station. New York City has dozens of bus stops where your bus might arrive. Two of the most popular stops for buses arriving from Baltimore are 11th Avenue and 33rd Street, and 8th Avenue and 40th Street Port Authority Bus Terminal, both of which are in Manhattan.

How early should I get to the station?

Arrive at least 15 minutes before your scheduled departure, because buses begin boarding then. Baltimore's bus stations sell snacks and drinks, so plan to arrive with half an hour to spare if you need to pick up any food. Make sure to purchase your ticket in advance on Busbud to avoid any lines or waits at the station's ticket counter.

How long is the trip? Will the bus stop?

Though the average duration for a Baltimore to New York bus trip is three hours and 40 minutes, trips as short as two hours and 20 minutes are available depending on traffic conditions, weather, and route. Many buses from Baltimore to New York are direct routes without any stops. Others stop along the way; you can expect stops in cities like Mount Laurel and Newark in New Jersey and Wilmington, Delaware. Choose Show Details on Busbud's bus schedules to see if a bus will stop.

What should I bring on the bus? Will the bus offer amenities?

The most common amenities on buses between Baltimore and New York include Wi-Fi, air conditioning, power outlets, and bathrooms. Be sure to bring snacks and water on trips without any stops. If your bus offers Wi-Fi, then streaming a movie or playing games on your smartphone is a perfect way to pass the time. The trip isn't long enough for significant sleep, but a neck pillow may help you enjoy a short nap.

Is the route scenic?

Bus companies opt for short, convenient routes over scenic drives. However, enjoy some beautiful scenery when riding between Baltimore and New York, including views of the Chesapeake Bay as you depart Maryland. Some routes drive straight through Philadelphia, so bring a camera with you and sit by the window. You might be able to snap a few pictures of Philadelphia's historic buildings and monuments.

Trip Summary

  • Trip Duration
  • Daily Departures19
  • Average Price$29

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Baltimore - New York Reviews

2.00 out of 5 stars

User reviews from travelers who booked a trip from Baltimore to New York

Ratings and Reviews (4)

November 10, 2016Julia G. | Timeliness: 5 | Staff: 5

Chris driver was great!

October 22, 2016Aude G. | Timeliness: 1 | Staff: 1

The bus was overbooked and left 19 passengers behind, got on another bus 1h later, overall got from Baltimore to NY 2h later.

September 26, 2016Haddy J. | Timeliness: 1 | Staff: 1

Terrible service the worst experience . Delayed for hours over booked . Terrible customer service . Terrible ride . Over packed. Driver smell cigarettes . Never using greyhound again

August 19, 2016Mark S. | Timeliness: 1 | Staff: 1

The trip from Baltimore to New York City was terrible. The bus smelled like a portable toilet the whole way from the time we got in until we got off in New York. The bus driver did not really seemed to concerned about it. On the way back as we had an hour delay in New York just like in 2014, You would think that after two years Greyhound would do something with it's organization. In both buses the seat were torn and worn out. I will not suggest Greyhound to anyone. If they do not care then why should we pay for such bad service.

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