Plan to Replace NYC Bus Terminal at Existing Site Gains Support

Another option proposed by the Regional Planning Association, an influential research group on land-use policy, would ease the burden on the existing terminal by diverting intercity Greyhound and Trailways buses to a spot near the Javits Convention Center about six blocks south. This other station, which is served by a subway line, could also serve commuters to the Hudson Yards mixed-use development, said Thomas Wright, the association’s president.

“Both alternatives must be studied side-by-side to see what their benefits and costs are, including cost, length of construction time, disruptions from construction and capacity,” Wright said.

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