Trailways of New York is the largest intercity bus company in New York State. It employs nearly 500 people and carries passengers more than 80 million miles annually.

Founded in 1926 by the Van Gonsic Berardi family, Trailways of New York first began as the Rip Van Winkle brand with commuter service between New York City and the Hudson Valley. During the 1930s following a series of early successes in the then newly emerging bus industry, service was first extended from its original Hudson Valley and Metro New York home into the Adirondack Region.

Over time, the companies’ holdings grew to include The Dixie Bus Terminal in New York City as well as other properties that support its core business in the Northeastern United States.

Additional expansion of service occurred again in the 1990s, marking the companies’ largest period of growth since the first half of the 20th Century. During this time, service was expanded to include Long Island and the nearby Canadian Cities of Montreal and Toronto. A long-term revenue sharing partnership was also established with Greyhound Bus Lines to provide enhanced service and reliability to the customers of both brands.

Today, Trailways of New York operates under four brands including Adirondack Trailways, Pine Hill Trailways, New York Trailways, and NeOn Bus.

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