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DC2NY adds service from NoVa

By Kafia Hosh
Kafia Hosh

DC2NY is adding a new bus service connecting Northern Virginia to New York City. Beginning Nov. 23--just in time for Thanksgiving--riders can take a New York-bound bus from the Vienna/Fairfax-GMU and the Franconia/Springfield Metrorail stops.

The cost for a round-trip ticket is $55, or $30 one way.

DC2NY, a Washington-based bus company, worked with Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in selecting the Metro stops. The company has served downtown Washington for three years before adding the Northern Virginia route.

"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, chief executive officer of DC2NY.

For schedules and reservations, click here.

By Kafia Hosh  | November 15, 2010; 1:00 PM ET
Categories:  Commuter Bus, Commuting, Northern Virginia  
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Is this news or free advertising? Methinks Kashia Hosh is buds with Richard Green.

Posted by: lipschitzantwon | November 16, 2010 10:14 AM | Report abuse

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