George Washington Bridge Bus Station

4211 Broadway
The George Washington Bridge Bus Station (GWBBS) located in the Washington Heights area of upper Manhattan, occupies a two-block site at 4211 Broadway between 178th and 179th Streets, and Fort Washington and Wadsworth Avenues. The bus station has thr... more

The George Washington Bridge Bus Station (GWBBS) located in the Washington Heights area of upper Manhattan, occupies a two-block site at 4211 Broadway between 178th and 179th Streets, and Fort Washington and Wadsworth Avenues. The bus station has three levels, the main concourse with shops and ticket sales, the lower level with local bus and subway stops, and the upper level bus platforms.

The GWB Bus Station offers convenient connections to subways, local and express bus services to and from Northern New Jersey and Rockland County.


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4211 Broadway
New York, NY 10033
201-346-4200
800-221-9903
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  • to 175th St -- 0.2

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