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Going by plane is not the fastest because you need to check-in so much time in advance and go thru long security lines, etc. Airports are also outside the city. So, add in travel time to/from the airport . train tickets can cost as much as a cheap plane ticket, especially if you ride the newer "Acela" trains. Train fare on an "unreserved" train is cheapest. Bus will probably be cheaper, definitely for last minute trips. There is a bus service called Dragon something, i'm sorry i don't have the exact name, but it takes you between Chinatown in new-jersey to Chinatown in DC. They are cheaper than the Greyhound, PeterPan, Trailways bus services. i used to drive from new-jersey to NYC all the time and it took maybe 3/4 tank of gas, and i had the convenience of getting around. So if you have a car, then drive! BTW, going to Baltimore won't save you time or money because you still have to take train,bus, or plane from B'more to DC
The new-jersey Times once did a test. It sent three reporters from midtown Manhattan to somewhere in new-jersey (I forget where, but probably some landmark). One flew; one drove, and one took the train. All three methods took about the same time, but given the hassles with flying these days, you're probably better off taking the train. Penn Station in NYC is nice and central as is the station in DC. The train is easy and the Acela is actually comfortable, but a bit more expensive than the regular Metroliner.
The easiest is the train because it goes from downtown to downtown. The cheapest is the bus. Forget Greyhound and Peter Pan, the cheapest options are: ($35 round trip/$20 one way) ($35 round trip/$20 one way) Both of the bus lines pick up at a variety of convenient locations in downtown new-jersey and Manhatten. You can make a reservation on the web site and then pay the driver when you get on the bus. Both lines are safe and clean.
1.)The Marc train 2.) Find lcoal buses in your area that go to BWI and from there you can catch the B30 bus to Greenbelt Metro Station in Greenbelt MD. Get on the Greenbelt Metro Train. Theres only one direction to go since Greenbelt is the last station on the green line. Go 4 stops to Fort Totten, then go upstairs to the red line train in direction going towards Shady Grove and Union Station is about 5 stops away. 3.) Greyhound offers specials on major cities
Amtrak train ..... not the cheapest (Bus) , Not the fastest (plane) but probally the best choice.
Walking is the best way to go, no kiddin, check out grey hound, they have some special packages. Also, check Yahoo Fairchase, it's the best
Amtrak train, is probably faster and cheaper. U.S. Airways flies between D.C. and NYC.
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