|Distance||86 miles (138 km)|
|Average bus duration||1 h 55 min|
|Average bus ticket price||$36 (€29)|
Buses from New Haven, CT to Providence cover the 86 miles (138 km) long journey taking on average 1 h 55 min with our travel partners like. There are direct bus services available. While the average ticket price for this journey costs around $36 (€29), you can find the cheapest bus ticket for as low as $32 (€26).
Providence is the capital city of the US state of Rhode Island, famous for crafting silverware and fine jewelry. The towns of New Haven and Providence are separated by a driving distance of approximately 103 miles (166 kilometers). It will take a journey time of close to one hour and 45 minutes to travel from New Haven to Providence. The arrival or departure time, however, is dependent on an array of factors including the choice of bus company, number of connecting destinations and more. The route from New Haven to Providence has about 13 bus services operating every week. Travelers connecting to Providence from New Haven can expect at least two GoBuses trips every day.
There are several intercity bus companies that connect New Haven to Providence, including GoBuses coach services. GoBuses coaches can be identified by a distinctive green logo, which sometimes may include an Academy logo. Usually, GoBuses operate a fleet of both charter buses and commuter buses. GoBuses coaches departing to Providence from New Haven regularly offer direct services between these two cities. Connecting buses have several stops before arriving in Providence and they tend to take longer before arriving at their destination.
It will take an average journey time of around one hour 45 minutes to cover the driving distance of 103 miles that separates the cities of New Haven and Providence. Connecting buses can take up to two hours or more to arrive in Providence, depending on the number of stops along the way. Friday is the best day to travel because it is the least-crowded. Monday is the busiest day to travel from New Haven to Providence. Travelers seeking to travel on this particular day are advised to book their tickets early because bus tickets tend to sell quickly, and travelers may find the majority of the bus services are full.
A good number of bus companies offer direct connections from New Haven to Providence. On average, travelers can find two GoBuses services that connect to Providence from New Haven every day. The earliest bus from New Haven to Providence departs from 8:00 a.m. while the last bus from New Haven to Providence departs at 4:30 p.m. A total of about 13 bus services are available for connection From New Haven to Providence every week. On weekends, travelers can find up to three bus trips that connect to Providence from New Haven. The earliest bus from New Haven to Providence departs on weekend days at around 8:30 a.m., with a mid-morning service leaving at around 11:25 a.m., and the last bus from New Haven to Providence departing at around 6:15 p.m.
Departure bus station: the departure bus station for the majority of services on this route is Union Ave and Union Bus Station. The bus station is situated approximately 0.9 miles (1.4 kilometers) from the city center of New Haven. Travelers can get to the bus station from the center of the city in less than 10 minutes by boarding any means of public transit. The bus station is served by close to 14 public transit stops, all located less than a mile from the station. Also, there are about 20 parking lots within a radius of less than a mile from the bus station. Facilities at the bus station include restaurants, fast food joints, ticket offices, waiting areas, and luggage storage cabinets for travelers waiting to book or board a bus.
Arrival bus station: travelers arriving in Providence from New Haven arrive at Canal St and Smith Bus Station, which is the main station for GoBuses services arriving from New Haven to Providence. The bus station is situated less than a mile from Providence city center via Washington Street and N Main Street. It is well connected to other public transit options across the city. For instance, the bus station is served by both train and subway lines that pass near the station. Bus lines BXM18, SIM1, and M20 have stops near the Canal St and Smith bus station. Bus line BXM18 follows the shortest route from the bus station connecting from Downtown Wall St through Broadway in under 10 minutes. Facilities near the station include restaurants, cafes, bars, and retail outlets.
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