New Bus Service from New York City to Northern Virginia

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Beginning Tuesday, November 23rd, the popular Washington-based bus company DC2NY will add a new route connecting Northern Virginia to New York City.  After over 3 years serving downtown Washington, DC2NY CEO Richard Green decided on the new route expansion with departures from both the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU and the Franconia/Springfield Metro Stops. 

DC2NY’S new service will come as welcome news to many Northern Virginians who have traditionally had to come to DC to use DC2NY’s service between Washington DC and New York City.  The new stops, selected in partnership with WMATA, will go a long way to cutting down on vehicle traffic as there is ample parking at both Metro Stops and fantastic bus connector service as well.  “Many of our regular DC2NY passengers who make the trek into downtown Washington and leave their cars at Union Station have asked that we bring our great service closer to them” said Richard Green, DC2NY’s CEO.

“Everyone we’ve talked to, including civic leaders, believe this new service will be a big success in encouraging more people to use alternate transportation in the busy NYC-Washington DC corridor and help reduce vehicle traffic. In addition, our Wi-Fi equipped coaches are a great way to get work done or just relax on your way into the City” Green continued.

The cost for a roundtrip ticket is $55.00, or $30.00 one way. The schedule can be found online at and reservations are now being accepted for the new service.  DC2NY will offer the same quality buses with amenities like free Wi-Fi access, electric outlets and bottled water it offers on trips to New York City from its three locations in Washington D.C.

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