Scan the bar code on the window with the red light on the fare box.

Using the Fare Boxes On Board

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The fare boxes have a screen showing important information such as the fare due, and allow you to select a day pass or transfer. Important: this is not a touch-screen, please use the buttons for selections. A green arrow indicates the ticket slot, pass reader, and currency acceptors are ready for fare payment.


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How to Ride

Each route has a schedule or timetable that lists the departure/arrival times of the bus along that route.
All CTtransit buses have wheelchair lifts or ramps for access by persons with disabilities.
Buses can carry a maximum of two bikes, on a “first-come, first served” basis.
Please call our Customer Service Center if you think you left something on a bus.
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