The George Washington Bridge Bus Station

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The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is pleased to announce that the George Washington Bridge Bus Station (GWBBS) is now open.

What's Changed

Bus operations have moved to the Bus Pavilion on Level 3 of the facility. Customers may enter the building at Fort Washington Avenue and take the escalator, the stairs, or the elevator up to the Bus Pavilion. There are also express elevators located at the Broadway entrance.

All bus carriers operate from the Bus Pavilion on Level 3. These include: NJ Transit, Express/Spanish Transportation, Ameribus/Saddle River, and Rockland Coach/Red & Tan.

The tunnel connection between the NYC 175th Street Subway A Line station and the GWBBS will reopen at a later date.

Improved Services and Amenities

The Bus Pavilion on Level 3 includes a waiting area with seating for 125 customers, ticket sales, public restrooms, and electronic passenger information boards. The passenger waiting area has heating and air conditioning, and is fully accessible by both elevators and escalators. Port Authority Police are also located on Level 3.

George Washington Bridge Bus Station Renovation Project

George Washington Bridge Bus Station Renovation Project

Bus Gates and Routes

Buses operate from the following gates:

NJ Transit:
Gates 11-18

  • Route 171: Gate 12
  • Route 175: Gate 13
  • Route 178: Gate 17
  • Route 181: Gate 14
  • Route 182: Gate 18
  • Route 186: Gate 15
  • Route 188: Gate 11

Express/Spanish Transportation:
Gates 9, 10, 20, 21

  • Bergenline: Gate 9 & 10
  • Paterson: Gate 20 & 21

Ameribus/Saddle River:.
Gate 2

  • Routes 11C and 20/84

Rockland Coach/Red & Tan:
Gate 1

  • Route 9A/AT
George Washington Bridge Bus Station Renovation Project

Bus Station Floor Plans

Ease of Movement through the Station

All levels of the bus station are connected by escalators and accessible elevators, making it easier for passengers with disabilities or mobility limitations to move through the station. A new ramp provides access to the elevator at the Fort Washington Avenue level. All bus gates are compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), removing barriers for passengers with disabilities to get on and off their buses conveniently. Passengers who require assistance no longer need to make arrangements with their carrier for separate pick-up and drop-off on Fort Washington Avenue.

George Washington Bridge Bus Station Renovation Project

New Retail Experience

The bus station will feature an array of first-class national and local retail shops and services to serve customers and the surrounding community. Stores are expected to open starting in 2017.

Stay Informed

  • Register for GWBBS travel alerts at http://www.PAalerts.com
  • Bus Travel Information to and from New York City: 212 564-8484
  • GWBBS Customer Information: 800 221-9903
  • Follow us on Twitter @PANYNJ

 

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