Hi. I had a ticket at 12:35 am on 21/12/19, i come there on time and they said that bus was full, i don't know why then sell more tickets if bus was full? The they give me a bus at 8:30 am, then changed to 05:50, So didn't get in Syracuse at 5:30 am how i was planned, but i got at 12:20.
So i don't know what happened,
our bus had mechanical issues that we had to wait to be fixed and were given no details about how long it would take. we sat for about an hour and a half before we were able to get on the road again and weren’t given any updates about what was happening.
I am very disappointed with the trip today from Nyc to Syracuse, NY. I had a transfer point at Albany and it was delayed two different times. The first time was for two hours and the second was for an extra delayed hour and a half. The staff at Albany was not explaining anything so it was hard to
Know when we were leaving.
We left 15 late. We arrived in Syracuse over 1hour late. A child and her father were singing loudly on the bus most of the way back and many were annoyed but didn’t say anything. The bus driver didn’t make a general announcement. It was a long ride back home.
The trip itself was fine. But it was surprising and actually unacceptable to have such outdated systems. No seats were allocated, and it was necessary to stand in line for over an hour to be sure of getting a seat. As well, printed out paper tickets were required, electronic copies on devices weren't permitted. Archaic systems that are not at all acceptable in terms of customer service.
Horrible service. The bus driver did not know how to operate the lift for disabled people and we had a disabled person on board. We left one hour late for NYC and stayed for an hour and a half at Binghamton because she did not know how to get the passenger off the bus. Binghamton station was closed by the time we got there and we could not use the washroom.The disabled person felt terrible because all the passengers were mad at him and the driver because of the delay. It was a horrible experience!!!
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How much does a bus ticket from New York to Syracuse cost?
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Once in Syracuse, you can start exploring the city and discover its surroundings. The top sights and things to do are Erie Canal Museum, Oncenter War Memorial Arena, Onondaga Historical Association Museum, Webster Pond, Onondaga Lake Park.
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