Kevin the bus driver from New York to Buffalo was amazing! He gave passengers clear instructions of what will happen next at the different stops which I found it extremely useful. His mannerisms and friendliness were exceptional!
The bus was not what I expected. It was horrible! The first bus wasn’t working properly; it didn’t have air conditioning, no power plugs, and the driver had to open the roof doors so at least we could breathe! After that the driver to Syracuse didn’t tell us that we were changing buses again; the ladys at the counter told me we were leaving at 5:30pm and another driver told us that he was looking for us because we were leaving at 4:45; we had to run because we almost miss our ride. When we got to Buffalo; the driver said to stay on the bus because we didn’t have to change buses to Toronto. Suddenly he comes back and says that we needed to get off and wait 2 hours for another bus. Finally we got here but I will NEVER recommend this company. The experience was terrible! I am on vacation!
Horrible services and Staff. The bus was scheduled for 12:35 AM at night. When the bus got delayed by 1 hour and people started asking when the bus will arrive. They said it will come in next 20 min. They kept saying the same till 3 AM in the night. After 3 AM people were getting frustrated the start shouting then ground staff left bus terminal. Horrible night that was. kids were crying and Adult people looking for a place so they can sit down. After a lot of verbal fight they at 3:45 AM said the driver is not available and the bus is going to leave in the morning but not sure when. If you need a refund then go to the office and collect. I lost my non- refundable booking charges. for a refund as well they said I waited for 1 hour in queue then they said your bus is going to Canada so we can refund from here and mail your ticket to Dallas office. What the Fuck if you booked online took my money then why can't you refund it. Staff was damm slow and they ruined the night and weekend plan for all of us.
Staff in New York were so rude it was unbelievable, was unnecessary taken from NY to Philadelphia and back again by bus bud but had no where to stay but had to go, tickets were printed wrong, and every bus was remarkably late. It took me 19 hours to make a trip that should of been 9 hours.
I arrived to my transfer 2hrs early and had a 55 minutes layover so the extra 3hrs waiting around was torture and my transfer bus bathroom smelled so bad it made the whole bus stink but I only stayed on the bus for 45 minutes so it didn't last very long
Frequently asked questions for your trip New York - Niagara Falls
How much does a bus ticket from New York to Niagara Falls cost?
The average bus ticket price from New York to Niagara Falls is $57. The best way to find cheap bus tickets from New York to Niagara Falls is to book your tickets as early as possible. Prices tend to rise as your travel date approaches, so book in advance to secure the best prices!
How long is the bus ride from New York to Niagara Falls?
The average travel time between New York and Niagara Falls is around 13h 20m, although the fastest bus will take about 10h 45m.This is the time it takes to travel the 308 miles that separates the two cities.
How many daily bus connections are there between New York and Niagara Falls?
The number of buses from New York to Niagara Falls can differ depending on the day of the week. On average, there are 6 on this route. Some buses run direct routes, while others have layovers. Simplify your bus trip from New York to Niagara Falls by comparing and selecting the bus that fits you travel style and budget on Busbud.
Which bus companies travel from New York to Niagara Falls?
When taking the bus from New York to Niagara Falls, you can travel comfortably and safely with Greyhound.
What are the departure and arrival stations when taking the bus from New York to Niagara Falls?
Buses traveling between New York and Niagara Falls leave from Port Authority or 30th St & 9th Ave and arrive at Bus Terminal, Quality Hotel & Suite, Fallsview Casino.
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