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From budget Fung Wah through moderate BoltBus, Bonanza, Concord Coach, Greyhound, Megabus & Peter Pan to luxury LimoLiner, here are the bus companies that serve Boston, Springfield, Providence, New York City and all New England.

 

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With limited train service in New England, bus is often the best way to travel if you don't have your own car.

Bus service between New York City and Boston is frequent, competitive and inexpensive. More...

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

Here are New England's more prominent bus companies and notes about the cities and towns they serve:

BoltBus

Comfortable express buses to Boston, New York City, Philadelphia and Washington DC. More...

Bonanza Bus

Important routes from New York City through Connecticut and eastern Massachusetts to Boston, with its hub at Providence RI. More...

Boston Express

Routes from Concord, Manchester, North Londonderry, Salem NH and Tyngsboro MA to Boston and Logan Airport. More...

Concord Coach

Major routes in New Hampshire and Maine. More...

C & J Bus

Connects Portsmouth NH with Boston and Logan Airport via Durham and Dover NH and Newburyport MA. More...

Cyr Bus Lines

Buses to northern Maine towns: Bangor, Caribou, Fort Kent, Houlton, Howland, Limestone, Oakfield, Orono, Madawaska, Mars Hill, Medway, Presque Isle, Sherman, and Van Buren. More...

Dartmouth Coach

Connects Hanover, New London and Lebanon NH with Boston and Logan Airport. More...

Dattco

Boston via Taunton, Mt Pleasant and New Bedford to Fairhaven MA. More...

Fung Wah Bus

The original low-fare ($15) express bus line between Boston's Chinatown and New York City's Chinatown had its license revoked on February 26, 2013 by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. More...

Greyhound Lines

America's largest bus company runs important routes connecting New York City with Boston MA, Burlington and other Vermont cities and towns, Portland and Bangor ME. More...

LimoLiner

Luxury express service between Boston and New York City meant to compete with—and be more comfortable than—the airlines. More...

Lucky Star Bus

Similar to Fung Wah, with frequent inexpensive express departures between Boston and New York City. More...

Megabus

Serves the Boston-New York City express route with 11 comfortable buses daily in each direction. Megabus also serves New Haven and Hartford CT, and Burlington VT. More...

Plymouth & Brockton Bus

Buses from Boston via Plymouth to Cape Cod, and among the towns on Cape Cod. More...

Peter Pan Bus Lines

New England's largest bus company operates routes to the Connecticut Shoreline, Hartford, western Connecticut, the Massachusetts Berkshire Hills, Cape Cod and southeastern Massachusetts (Fall River and New Bedford), the Pioneer Valley in central Massachusetts (with its college towns of Amherst, Deerfield, Northampton and South Hadley), Springfield MA, Providence and Newport RI. More...

World Wide Bus

Express buses from Cambridge and Newton (not Boston) to New York City. More...

Most routes to Boston operate from the South Station Bus Terminal. More...

New York City's main bus station is the Port Authority Bus Terminal, Eighth Avenue and 42nd Street (tel 212-564-8484), but numerous companies do not use the terminal, preferring to load and unload passengers on street corners. More...



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Plymouth & Brockton Bus

Above, a Plymouth & Brockton bus
at Hyannis MA on Cape Cod.

Below, eastbound on the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) toward Boston MA aboard
a Peter Pan bus.

Massachusetts Turnpike



Bus Monitor, South Station Bus Terminal, Boston MA