The Port Authority Bus Terminal is the central hub for bus travel to and from New York City. Located from 40th to 42nd streets, between Eighth and Ninth avenues, the terminal is both the largest bus station in the nation and the busiest in the world. More than 58 million commuters passed through the terminal in 2008.
The George Washington Bridge Bus Station connects upper Manhattan to New Jersey and beyond. The station is located between 178th and 179th streets and Fort Washington and Wadsworth avenues. More than five million commuters used the station in 2008.
The Journal Square Transportation Center is one of New Jersey's busiest transportation centers. Located along Kennedy Boulevard in Jersey City, NJ, the center offers both bus and PATH rail services. More than eight million commuters traveled through Journal Square in 2008.
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