Transportation

South Central Connecticut is an extremely well-connected region. Our area is served by two major interstates (I-91 and I-95), a major rail hub (Amtrak, Metro-North, the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Line and Shore Line East.

BY TRAIN

Metro-North Commuter Rail
Commuter rail service between New Haven’s Union Station and New York's Grand Central Station.
P 212-532-4900
www.mta.info/mnr

Shore Line East Commuter Rail
Commuter rail service between New London and New Haven.
P 203-777-7433 1-800-255-7433
www.shorelineeast.com

Branford Station 39 Maple Street Branford, CT 06405
Guilford Station 325 Old Whitfield Street Guilford, CT 06437
Madison Station 79 Bradley Road Madison, CT 06443
New Haven Union Station 50 Union Avenue New Haven, CT 06519
New Haven State Street Station 370 State Street New Haven, CT 06510
New London Station: 27 Water Street New London, CT 06320
West Haven Station: Sawmill Road West Haven, CT 06516

Amtrak
Amtrak train service via Union Station in New Haven: NorthEast Regional: Boston, MA to Virginia Beach, VA Acela Express: Boston, MA to Washington, DC Shuttle: New Haven, CT to Springfield, MA Vermonter: St. Albans, VT to Washington, DC
P 800-872-7245
www.amtrak.com

CTRail, New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Line. Services initiated in June 2018, with stations within the region at New Haven's Union Station and State St., Wallingford and Meriden. 1-800-872-7245, www.hartfordline.com 
Union Station - New Haven
State Street Station - New Haven
Wallingford
Meriden
Berlin
Hartford
Windosr
Windsor Locks
Springfield

BUS & SHUTTLE

CTTRANSIT is the state-owned bus service and is the largest bus operation in Connecticut. Its New Haven division operates 7 days a week over 18 local and one express route, connecting with other state-owned or subsidized bus services in Meriden, Wallingford, Milford, and the lower Naugatuck Valley areas, as well as with the New Haven Line and Shore Line East rail services. All buses are wheelchair accessible.
P 203-624-0151
www.cttransit.com

Yale Shuttle Service provides intra-city shuttle service and between New Haven and the Yale West Campus. A Yale ID is not required.
https://your.yale.edu/community/getting-around-yale/shuttle/daytime-routes

BY AIR

Tweed New Haven Airport (HVN)
Regional airport serving commercial and private aviation needs in Greater New Haven.
155 Burr Street
New Haven, CT 06512
P 203-466-8833
F 203-466-1199
www.flytweed.com

Bradley International Airport (BDL)
Connecticut's largest airport, located between Hartford and Springfield, MA. One of only two state-run airports in the continental U.S., Bradley International Airport serves all of Connecticut with more than 300 daily flights from 15 major airlines (including two low fare carriers) and 9 major cargo carriers. Bradley generates approximately $4 billion in annual economic activity, $1.2 billion being wages paid to some 18,000 full-time employees directly or indirectly dependent on BDL.
11 Schoephoester Road
Windsor Locks, CT 06096
P 860-292-2000
www.bradleyairport.com

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