Bureau of Public Transportation
CTfastrak is the beginning of a new era of transportation in Connecticut, combining the fast, traffic-free advantages of a train with the frequent, direct-to-your-destination flexibility of a bus.
With express and feeder routes that use a new dedicated roadway to avoid traffic congestion on local streets and on I-84, CTfastrak will benefit a large geographic area and provide a one-seat, no transfer ride to regional employment, shopping, cultural, educational and healthcare destinations.
In addition to direct services, CTfastrak will connect with:
19 Hartford express bus routes
37 Hartford local routes
12 New Britain/Bristol local routes
28 Waterbury local routes
Amtrak rail service (and future New Haven-Hartford-Springfield rail service)
Waterbury Branch Line Metro-North service to Bridgeport, Stamford and New York City
Eleven landscaped transit stations along the way will enhance local communities with increased access and development opportunities. And a five mile multi-use trail for pedestrians and cyclists offers more transportation choices.
Content Last Modified on 8/14/2012 3:10:23 PM