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TRANSPORTATION

VISIT HANCOCK BY BUS, CAR, TRAIN, & PLANE

There are 3 ways to get from Manhattan to Hancock by bus, car, or plane into Binghamton Airport followed by a 45 minute drive or Lyft to Hancock, NY

MOST COMMON METHOD IS DRIVING, FOLLOWED BY BUS

Bus

  1. Take the bus from New York, NY – Port Authority Bus Terminal to Monticello, NY
  2. Take the bus from Monticello, NY to Hancock – Front/Main

4h 18m

$40 – $60 

Drive (Consider Zip Car or Thrifty)

  1. Drive from Manhattan to Hancock

2h 37m

$13 – $20 Quickest way to get thereCheapest optionDistance betweenManhattan → HancockFully open Share

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Last updated: 29 Dec 2021
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What companies run services between Manhattan, NY, USA and Hancock, NY, USA?

You can take a bus from Manhattan to Hancock via Monticello, NY in around 4h 18m.BUS OPERATORS

Shortline Bus

Shortline Bus

TRAIN COMING SOON

The mission of the CATSKILL EXPLORER is to bring an environmentally sustainable transportation train-line from the major metropolitan areas in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to the Western Catskills.

As a consortium of public and private sector entities, the goal of this organization is to use existing train service that connects the New York metropolitan areas with the Upper Delaware region through Port Jervis utilizing infrastructure that already exists.

This venture will promote the development of businesses and towns along the route, while providing city dwellers access to recreational activities, and opportunities for nature appreciation and conservancy. An expansion of tourism in the Upper Delaware river basin and the Western Catskills will create an economic boost to the region and foster business opportunities for various industries, including real estate, hospitality, and retail to name a few.