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Every time you ride CTtransit and CTfastrak buses you’ll be paying the lowest possible fare

The Simplest Way to Get the Lowest Fare

Tue Oct 30
With just a tap, the Go CT Card uses a system called Fare Capping to calculate your fare and apply any discounts you’re eligible to receive. So every time you ride CTtransit and CTfastrak buses you’ll be paying the lowest possible fare with no guesswork.

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The Go CT card is “powered” by an electronic chip within the card. Just like bank cards you may use…
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Yesterday
Wednesday, November 21 Extra midday service on Routes 919 & 926/927 All other bus…
2 days ago
This schedule is a seasonal supplement to the current 261-Boston Post Road timetable.
Tue Aug 21
Beginning August 28, Route 564-South Meriden will make three trips traveling via Coe Avenue to…

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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.
Please call our Customer Service Center if you think you left something on a bus.
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