Getting Around

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  • Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT)

    Medicaid Non-Emergency Medical Transportation (NEMT) is an important benefit for Medicaid members who need to get to and from Medicaid-covered medical services but have no means of transportation.

    Agency: Department of Social Services
  • Planes and Airports

    The Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) is dedicated to upgrading and overseeing Bradley International Airport and the state's five general aviation airports, CAA works to promote the airports to investors and airlines.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Paratransit - ADA Bus Services

    Paratransit van service is available in all areas of the state with local fixed bus routes for residents with disabilities who are unable to ride the local buses. Find telephone numbers and website links to area providers.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Taxis

    Residents and professional drivers can find the procedures for applying for taxi, livery and motorbus permits; transferring permits, record-keeping and information about fares.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • CT River Ferry: Rocky Hill - Glastonbury

    The Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry is the nation's oldest continuously operating ferry service, dating back to 1655. Enjoy a ride across the Connecticut River on this seasonal service as an alternate commute option or to experience scenic Connecticut. Learn more about schedules and the history.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • CT River Ferry: Chester - Hadlyme

    The Chester-Hadlyme Ferry began service in 1769. Enjoy a ride across the Connecticut River on this seasonal service as an alternate commute option or to experience scenic Connecticut. Learn more about schedules and the history.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • CTTransit

    CTTransit operates public bus services in metropolitan areas throughout Connecticut. Conveniently plan your trip, buy tickets, check for service interruptions, download service area maps and confirm schedules.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • New Haven Line (Metro-North)

    Metro-North’s New Haven Line (NHL) provides rail service from New Haven, CT west to Grand Central Station in New York City. There are several branches feeding the NHL in Connecticut: Waterbury, Danbury, and New Canaan. Research service status, schedules, fares and maps as well as download a mobile app.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • CTrides

    CTrides can help residents find cheaper, more efficient and less stressful ways to travel through its free, personalized commuter plan. Consider carpool, vanpool, bus, train or teleworking. Workers also can earn rewards for commuting in environmentally friendly ways such as walking, bicycling or carpooling.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Shore Line East

    Shore Line East is Connecticut’s rail service east of New Haven, CT. Shore Line East trains stop in New Haven at Union and State Street stations, Branford, Guilford, Madison, Clinton, Westbrook, Old Saybrook and New London as well as limited service to West Haven, Bridgeport, and Stamford. Plan your trip with schedule, fare, commuter connection, and parking information.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • CTfasttrak

    CTfastrak is a high-speed bus system that quickly transports commuters between New Britain and Hartford. Stops are provided for many popular destinations between the two cities, and buses to and from Waterbury, Bristol, and other communities also feed into CTfastrak. Learn more about the convenience of CTfastrak, take a tour, view service maps and learn about fares and parking.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Park and Ride Lots

    Park and Ride lots exist throughout Connecticut and provide commuters a place to connect with a vanpool, carpool, bus or train, thus avoiding traffic and saving on fuel and vehicle expenses. Find a lot along your route by searching a listing of locations organized by municipality.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Connecticut Airports

    Connecticut is home to Bradley International Airport as well as the State’s five general aviation airports: Danielson, Groton-New London, Hartford-Brainard, Waterbury-Oxford, and Windham. Find information on all of Connecticut’s airports and the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) that oversees them to promote economic vitality and customer satisfaction.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Report a Pothole: State Roads

    Notify the Department of Transportation (DOT) of potholes on State roads using the electronic submittal form. State roads include the interstates, parkways, expressways, and other major roadways maintained by the agency.

    Agency: Department of Transportation
  • Report a Pothole: Local Roads

    Report potholes on local roads to municipal representatives through your individual town or city website.

    Agency: Department of Transportation