Choose a bus when traveling from New York City to Baltimore, Maryland. Buses are greener than taking a car, far cheaper than a plane or a train, and extremely convenient.
When do buses from New York to Baltimore run?
Bus routes from New York to Baltimore easily fit in any travel schedule. With an average of 21 daily departures that range from 1 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., you're sure to find a bus trip that fits in your travel schedule. You have three bus company choices: Greyhound, BoltBus, and Peter Pan/Greyhound.
Where are the New York bus stations?
New York City has dozens of bus stops from which you can begin your trip; choose based on your city location, or based on the time that's most convenient. The busiest and most popular New York bus stops are 7th Avenue and 37th Street Times Square Bus Stop, Times Square Penn Station, and 8th Avenue and 40th Street Port Authority Bus Terminal.
How early should I get to the station?
Arrive at least 15 minutes before your bus is scheduled to depart, since that's when your bus will start boarding. If you need to buy snacks beforehand, half an hour or more will serve you well. Keep in mind that finding a cab in the city will be more difficult during rush hour. You can take the subway to travel to your bus stop as well, just remember that local subway trains take longer than express options, and that rush hour on the subway is extremely crowded. __ How much are tickets? Where should I purchase them?__
Tickets from New York to Baltimore average $26 per ticket, though tickets as affordable as $12 are available. Amenities, departure and arrival times, travel time, and season affect the price of bus tickets. Busbud is your resource for finding current schedules, routes, and prices.
How long is the trip?
The route you choose, the bus company you ride, and the day's traffic all affect how long you can expect to be on the bus; the average travel time from New York to Baltimore is three hours and 40 minutes. Some trips are an hour or more shorter, while others are longer than four hours.
Will my bus stop along the way?
Most routes from New York to Baltimore are direct, so don't expect to stop. Expect your average travel time from New York to Baltimore to be about three hours and 40 minutes. However, trips that are more than an hour shorter are available.
Do the buses have amenities?
If you choose Greyhound, expect the bus to include a toilet, power outlets, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. Sitting back to relax while streaming a favorite movie or internet radio station is easy with Greyhound's Wi-Fi, so don't forget your laptop or smartphone.
Can I expect any scenery?
During the later half of your trip, you'll drive by Bush River and the Chesapeake Bay, so sit by the window to enjoy lovely views once you enter Maryland.
At the end of your trip, your bus will leave you at either the Baltimore Greyhound Bus Station or the Baltimore Bus Stop Maryland Avenue near Mar-Penn Station.
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User reviews from travelers who booked a trip from New York to Baltimore
My bus to Baltimore should be at 7:15 pm the bus departure at 8:35 pm and nobody give us a feedback why our trip delayed we keep stand on cold wether without an excuse
Wifi could be better work
Everything went by pretty smooth, thank you.
The driver of the bus actually swore at me after a question is asked him. The rudest man I have ever met. To treat me as a customer like that was appalling.
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