Senior / Disabled Reduced Fares
Program for Senior Citizens (65 years or older) or Persons with a Qualifying Disability
A Service of the Connecticut Department of Transportation
Senior citizens (65 years +) and persons with a qualifying disability can travel for a reduced fare at any time on CTtransit and all other bus systems operating under contract to the CTDOT. Connecticut state-subsidized bus services:
- Greater Bridgeport Transit (gbt)
- Estuary Transit District d.b.a. 9 Town Transit
- Housatonic Area Regional Transit (HART)
- Middletown Transit District (MAT)
- Milford Transit District
- Northeastern Connecticut Transit District
- Northwestern Connecticut Transit District
- Norwalk Transit District
- Southeast Area Transit District (SEAT)
- Windham Region Transit District (WRTD)
- CTtransit local & express
- I-Bus Express
State of CT-issued Reduced Fare ID or Medicare card must be shown with use of Senior/Disabled pass or ticket.
Reduced fares also apply to one-way tickets for Shore Line East, Hartford Line, the Metro-North New Haven Line and the Danbury, New Canaan, and Waterbury branch trains except westbound morning peak hour trains. Metro-North Peak fares apply to weekday trains that arrive in Grand Central Terminal (GCT) between 5:00am and 10:00am.
Senior Citizens: If you have a Medicare card, you are entitled to ride for a reduced fare. Simply show your Medicare card to the operator when you board the bus. Your local transit provider is required to accept the Medicare card for a half fare.