charter bus

Residents of Brooklyn and Baltimore searching for an affordable way to travel between the two cities can now enjoy a round trip for just $70 with Monsey Tours, a New York-based commuter and charter bus company. Available at, Monsey Tours recently introduced a commuter Baltimore route with service running Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays with a new site at

“Monsey Tours is providing an economical, hassle-free solution for commuters traveling between Baltimore and New York. With round trip tickets on sale for just $70, riding with Monsey Tours is significantly more affordable than flying or taking the train. Plus, our fleet of modernized coaches guarantees a luxurious, comfortable ride from start to finish,” said Chaim Lunger, CEO of the New York charter bus company.

Like the rest of Monsey Tours' commuter and charter bus routes, the Brooklyn-Baltimore line is manned by the company's acclaimed coach operators. From recommending local attractions to trudging through the snow to bring customers tea and water, the charter bus company's experienced and professional drivers never hesitate to go the extra mile.

“The drive from Brooklyn to Baltimore is not known for being an easy trip — and the same can be said for the return route north. From hopping on the Verrazano Bridge to navigating the New Jersey Turnpike to stopping to pay a number of tolls, the ride takes a lot out of drivers and their vehicles, which is why so many passengers prefer to travel by bus,” Lunger said.

The commuter and charter bus company's Baltimore line offers service to and from 14th Avenue and 53rd Street in Borough Park, Brooklyn and the Seven Mile Market, located at 4000 Seven Mile Ln. in Pikesville, M.D. Busses travel from Brooklyn to Baltimore on Sundays at 10 a.m., Tuesdays at 9:30 a.m. and Thursdays at 6 p.m., while Brooklyn-bound busses depart from Baltimore Sundays at 4 p.m., Tuesdays at 3 p.m. and Fridays at 8 a.m.

Read More