Example of three-digit route name on destination sign.

Renumbering of Stamford-area routes Effective August 14

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The Connecticut Department of Transportation is transitioning CTtransit to a new state-wide route numbering system. The new numbering system is based on the areas our routes serve. Hartford area bus routes are already numbered 1 through 99. Local bus routes that operate in southwest Fairfield County will be numbered 301 thru 399. This change becomes effective August 14, 2016.


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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.
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