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Buses and trains don't necessarily leave exactly at the time of day you want to leave town; for this reason they are overrated options. But here's how much money you can expect to spend on the fastest route from Baltimore to NYC (assuming no E-ZPass) if you drive: 1) $4 for the Baltimore 95/695/895 toll crossings if you're starting behind them. 2) $8 for the JFK Memorial Hwy toll plaza in Perryville (northbound traffic only). 3) $4 at the MD-DE border. 4) Next toll depends on which exit you take from the new-jersey Turnpike to NYC. 3 examples: the least amount would be $6.65 from Exit 1 to Exit 10 toward Staten Island; the amount for Exit 16E toward the Lincoln Tunnel would be $12.55; the maximum is $13.85 for the Geo. Washington Bridge, which you probably won't be taking since it's way uptown. 5) Now you get to pay $13 for the privilege of taking one of the Port Authority's NJ-NY crossings into NYC. (Don't worry though; the money is put to good use, at the WTC as well as the toll roads.) Total = $35.65 or more And that's just the one-way total. To offset costs you can shunpike your way to NYC, buy gas in NJ, and find street parking in NYC if you knew where to look. ...Or you could just take a bus, drink lots of coffee to extend the day trip in NYC, and sleep on the bus ride home. So there you go.
You can get from Baltimore to the new-jersey area without paying a toll. Instead of the new-jersey - new-jersey - new-jersey Turnpikes, take I-83 north to Harrisburg, then I-81 north to I-78 east. You won't pay a dime, although there's a $1 toll westbound in Easton PA. The problem is, where are you going to park? Parking in Manhattan costs more than turnpike tolls! You could easily pay $50 for a day in Manhattan. My suggestion: park in new-jersey near a PATH station. PATH is a subway-type train line that runs every few minutes and gets you into Manhattan quickly.
For the best answers, search on this site on which way you go. If you head noth on 95 through Philly and New York, you have a boatload of tolls in addition to the traffic. Head north on 83 to Harrisburg. Take 81 north to Scranton. Take 84 east where it connects with the Mass Pike. Take the Mass Pike east to 495 north. Take 495 north to 93 north. Your only toll is on the Mass Pike and it's only $1.10. 537 miles. If you get on 95 above the Harbor Tunnel, You have a toll crossing the Susquehanna northbound only ($6), a toll at the DE-MD state line ($4), a toll crossing the Delaware southbound only ($4), the new-jersey Turnpike ($13.85), the George Washington Bridge northbound only ($12), and a toll just north of NYC northbound only ($1.75). That's $35.60 headed north and $21.85 headed south and 441 miles but lots of traffic.
I've taken the MegaBus from Washington, D.C. to new-jersey and on the way back from new-jersey to Baltimore. There is a park and ride at the Baltimore bus stop so you would not have to pay for parking. They advertise fares as low as $1, but those tickets usually have to be bought in advance. When me and my friend went last summer we got round trip bus tickets for $35 each! :) To me that is worth not having to stress in traffic, pay for gas, and find parking. Just look on megabus.com. Bolt bus is another alternative!
I don't know what you might have in MD, but you've got $14 for the new-jersey T-pike and $13 for the GWB. On the way home you don't have to pay the GWB but will pay the new-jersey Memorial Bridge ($4).