Connecticut requires mask or face coverings

Updated Information on the Governor's Order Regarding Face Coverings

Tue Aug 18
Protect your family and ours by stopping the spread. Passengers should wear a mask or cloth face covering on all CTtransit buses and at bus stops. Do your part to protect our #heroesmovingheroes and we’ll do ours to keep CT moving safely during this coronavirus emergency.


Mon Nov 16
Sun Nov 15
This schedule is a seasonal supplement to the current 261-Boston Post Road timetable. Additional…
Thu Jul 30
Attn: Asylum Hill Shuttle Passengers. The following long term detour begins July 31 and will be in…
Thu Jul 30
This project will commence July 31 and be in effect until further notice (approximately December…
Thu Jul 30
Due to road work, beginning July 31 and until further notice (approximately December 2020), no…

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