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Intercity buses serve the most important cities in Connecticut, as well as New York City, Providence and Boston.



Bonanza Bus and Greyhound Lines operate daily buses between New York City, New Haven, Hartford, Providence RI, Boston MA, and many other New England locations.

Here are the Connecticut towns served by intercity bus, and the companies that serve them:

Brooklyn CT
New Haven
Bonanza, Greyhound
Bonanza, Greyhound
Peter Pan

Here's a list of all the cities and towns in New England served by bus, and the bus companies that serve them. More...

The trip from New York City to Hartford takes about 3 to 4-3/4 hours, depending on the number of stops en route.

The trip from New York City to New London takes about 3 or 3-1/2 hours, depending on stops. It's difficult to take a bus to Mystic Seaport—the train is the best way to get there.

From Hartford, Bonanza has buses to Providence and Hyannis; Greyhound operates buses to Vermont, New Hampshire, Montréal, and Québec City. All the large bus lines have buses between Hartford and Boston.

In Hartford, the bus stations and the Amtrak railroad station are all within a block of one another in the center at Union Plaza (map). The Peter Pan/Greyhound terminal is at 1 Union Plaza, Hartford CT 06103-1490.

SEAT, the Southeast Area Transit system, operates regional buses connecting the southeastern Connecticut cities of New London, Groton, Niantic and Norwich with the Mohegan and Mashantucket Pequot tribal reservations and their gambling casinos, Mohegan Sun and Foxwoods.

Note that there is also good train service along the Connecticut shoreline, particularly between New York City and New Haven. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

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