Wed Sep 19
Pay Outside the Box! The simplest way to get the lowest fare. Getting Started with the Go CT Card The Go CT Card provides the same discounts you’d receive with a pass, but the card and funds on it never expire. That gives you the flexibility of cash and coins and the benefits of a multi-day pass without having to worry about rides going unused. The Go CT card is currently being tested by a limited number of customers prior to system-wide introduction.
Tue Aug 21
Beginning August 28, Route 564-South Meriden will make three trips traveling via Coe Avenue to…
Thu Aug 23
Senior citizens (age 65 and over) and persons with disabilities may travel on CTtransit for half…
Mon Aug 13
Effective August 26, Fares on all Routes — Including Express Bus Routes — Must be Paid Upon…
Tue Jun 26
Beginning Monday, July 16, the seasonal farm stand at the CTfastrak downtown New Britain Station…
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.