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The USA's largest bus company has several routes from New York City to and within New England.



Greyhound, the largest North American intercity bus company, serves 2700 destinations in the USA and Canada with 20,000 departures daily. It's a major presence in New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Greyhound buses connect New York City with Boston MA, Providence RI, Burlington and other Vermont cities and towns, Portland and Bangor ME.

The Greyhound service between Boston's South Station Transportation Center and New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal, operated in conjunction with Peter Pan Bus, offers competitively-priced fares and frequent departures in comfortable Wifi- and toilet-equipped motorcoaches. (Most other express bus lines use street curbside loading and unloading, which may be less comfortable and convenient—and wet in the rain—than using the bus terminals.)

Fares are competitive with the budget bus lines that also run on the New York-to-Boston route. More...

Greyhound buses connect with those of other companies, especially Peter Pan Bus Lines/Bonanza Bus, the region's major company. More...

Here's a chart showing all bus destinations in New England. More...

The useful Greyhound Bus website allows you to search routes, schedules and fares and order tickets online.

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