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Reservations now required for all C&J service. Tickets must be used on the date and time of travel, learn more.

New York City


Get Out of The City: What and Where to Visit on the Seacoast

Looking to get out of Boston or New York City for an end-of-summer rendezvous? C&J’s buses are here to help you get to where you want to go. We may be biased, but one of our favorite places is without reservation, the New Hampshire Seacoast area. With a rich history and variety of activities for...  Read More
First C&J Bus Ride

Your First C&J Bus Ride – Everything You Need to Know

For so many people, traveling is a stressful experience—the paperwork, tickets, the struggle of keeping times and dates straight, and not to mention the drive to the airport (why are the signs so confusing? Why is there always traffic when you’re running late?). It’s no wonder why our first-time riders are absolutely blown away when...  Read More
Tribeca New York Skyline

What to Do and Where to Eat in Tribeca, New York

Searching for a reason to get out of the house and make a quick escape to the big city? Look no further! Tribeca, New York City is still relatively unknown to most tourists, making it a perfect alternative to the typical hustle and bustle of the city. Despite the lack of tourists, the neighborhood is...  Read More
Brown Bridge in Williamsburg

Williamsburg, Brooklyn: What to do and Where to Stay

Williamsburg, Brooklyn, is quite possibly one of the most exciting neighborhoods to visit in any of New York City’s boroughs. It’s a young and energetic neighborhood brimming with great food, talented artists and musicians, and plenty of unique activities that you won’t find anywhere else. Plus, it’s just a short public transit or cab ride...  Read More
Winter break in NYC

Why You Should Plan a Trip to NYC During Winter Break

In just a few short weeks, the kids will all be out of school for winter vacation. You may be dreading having them cooped up inside all week, so it’s time to start planning some activities for the whole family. New York City is the perfect destination for a quick winter break getaway—this time of...  Read More
Mobile Ticketing

Buy Your C&J Bus Tickets Online—No Need to Print!

When you’re traveling, the last thing you want is to misplace an important ticket. Unfortunately, it happens way too often—you’re juggling several bags, kids, and trying to make sure you get everywhere in time. With all those moving parts, paperwork easily gets lost in the shuffle. Not anymore! When you ride with C&J Bus Lines,...  Read More
Times Square NYC

Ride with C&J Out of the Port Authority Bus Terminal

Since 2011, C&J Bus Lines has offered quick, affordable, and hassle-free rides to New York City. We’ve always prided ourselves in being the most convenient and enjoyable way to travel to and from the city—our luxury coaches are fully-equipped with free Wi-Fi, power outlets, spacious reclining seats, and plenty of snacks and refreshments for your...  Read More
Brooklyn Bridge in Dumbo, NYC

Dumbo, New York: A Picture-Perfect Getaway in Brooklyn

Dumbo, or as it’s known among New Yorkers, Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass, is one of the most picturesque neighborhoods you can visit in the city. Technically, Dumbo is located in Brooklyn, but it’s only a short distance from C&J’s terminal at Port Authority in Manhattan. It’s easy to hop on the subway or...  Read More
Spooky Jack-o-Lantern

Five Reasons to Love Halloween in NYC

Once a year, New York City comes together to celebrate one of the city’s most beloved holidays: Halloween. There’s no shortage of impressive window decorations, pumpkins on stoops, parades, parties, and candy spread throughout the city in October. This year will be no exception! NYC celebrates Halloween for several weeks leading up to the 31,...  Read More
Little Italy Welcome Sign

Little Italy, NYC, Offers Food, History, and Shopping

Nestled in the midst of Chinatown, Tribeca, SoHo, Nolita, and the Lower East Side is Little Italy, a tiny neighborhood with a huge personality. This area was settled by Italian immigrants in the late 19th century and gained a reputation throughout the 20th century for being home to many members of the Mafia (John Gotti...  Read More