Cheap freight and buses

New York (AP) A blue-and-white bus ride that takes you through downtown Manhattan can cost you as little as $50 a day, but that’s not always the case.

Bus schedules and fares can vary widely.

To get a better idea of what you’re paying, we’ve compiled a schedule of the top 25 bus lines and the cheapest fare.

We’ve taken the best prices we could find on various buses, including the ones that are most popular and most frequent, and discounted them accordingly.

For a good day trip from Brooklyn to Midtown Manhattan, you’ll pay $35 to take the subway, $60 for a bus to Manhattan’s Museum of Modern Art, and $90 for a trolley bus to the Museum of the Moving Image.

Even though most of these routes are within walking distance of major Manhattan landmarks, they aren’t all within walking or biking distance of each other.

The best way to find the best bus lines is to book your ride using our booking system, and check out the maps below for more information.

You can see more of our best trips and bus schedules below.

The bus schedules in this article were updated as of August 2017, so some routes may have changed.

If you’re looking for a good, inexpensive way to travel to your favorite place, check out our best-value bus trip guide.

If your destination is a smaller place, you may be able to save some money by booking the same trip on a private bus instead of a public bus.

Private bus routes cost $30 to $50 per person, depending on the destination.

If it’s your first time traveling, you can check out a guide to the best routes for travelers.

For a better picture of how a trip will vary depending on where you’re headed, check our list of the best-traveling destinations.

This article was originally published on August 1, 2017, and updated on August 10, 2017 to include all of the current routes.