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I want to travel from Niagara Falls, Canada to New York City by bus (or train) overnight. The plan is to leave on April 29th in the evening and arrive thursday morning.

So far I could only find a Greyhound bus leaving at 4:45 pm and arriving at 3:35 am, which is a little bit too early.

So the question is, if there is a bus or train, which leaves Niagara Falls (Canada or USA) later than 5 pm and arrives in the morning of the next day in NYC?

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    No train, sadly :( – Muzer Mar 2 at 11:51
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    I suspect your problem is that you are searching for through buses, and there are not many which cross the border. If you break up the trip in Buffalo you'll find many more options. – choster Mar 2 at 22:37
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Greyhound has several night buses leaving Buffalo and arriving in New York City:

10:35 pm - 6:15 am
11:00 pm - 6:45 am
12:15 am - 7:30 am
3:10 am - 11:45 am

You can get to Buffalo from Niagara Falls by walking across the Rainbow Bridge ($1 CAD cash toll; bring a loonie) and catching the NFTA Route 40 bus ($2 USD cash fare) at Centennial Circle (1st and Rainbow) just a couple of blocks outside of customs. Buses leave there approximately hourly and take about 50 minutes to reach downtown Buffalo. But this bus route stops here in both directions, so take a bus signed Buffalo, not one signed Niagara Falls. They terminate at the Metropolitan Transportation Center which serves both local and Greyhound buses, so you don't have to go anywhere else.

Be sure to factor in 10-15 extra minutes for the border crossing as it gets busy in the afternoons/evenings even in the pedestrian lane.

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