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You can ride around Manhattan for free on a sightseeing bus: how to find it


Olga Derkach

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Few things New Yorkers love more than convenience, especially when it comes to transportation. Back in 2020, the Downtown Alliance launched a new initiative, the Downtown Connection bus service, to help you get around Lower Manhattan for free. Which route he travels and how to get on it, the publication said. Secret nyc.

The bus runs between South Street Seaport and Battery Park City, making 38 stops along the way at 10-minute intervals (15-minute weekends).

The hard-to-miss shuttle-sized red buses can accommodate 22 passengers and also comply with COVID-10 safety protocols such as upgraded air filtration systems and one-way-facing seats to further protect passengers.

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The Downtown Connection is a convenient way to stroll around Lower Manhattan for a day of shopping or weekend exploration. Since rides are free, passengers can get on and off as they please and look into shops, restaurants and other businesses, but the convenience doesn't end there. Daily trips start at 10:00 and end at 19:30, the most convenient time.

You can start your day with a walk across the Brooklyn Bridge, have breakfast at the Southstreet Seaport, then hop on the bus and shop in Brookfield or the Westfield World Trade Center. Grab a bite to eat at NERO.lab, a food hall that brings together the best of Italian cuisine: coffee, pastries, wine, pasta and pizza.

Maybe you want to visit the 11/XNUMX Memorial, see the famous Bull of Wall Street, head to Governors Island, explore Battery Park, or see the Statue of Liberty on a cruise on the Staten Island Ferry, which is also free. With numerous stops and transfers, it's easy to find a way to make your journey by shuttle.

For more information about the Downtown Connection Bus, visit the website at link.

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