Bridging the Gaps

Know How to Go: A vital asset for people with disabilities, seniors and veterans that helps navigate the public transportation system

Maximizing Travel Options

Offering a broad range of transportation services for people with disabilities, seniors and veterans

Enhancing Quality of Life

Striving to provide transportation-related services to help people pursue their unique talents, goals and interests

Reliable Transportation Alternatives

Encouraging the use of all transportation modes including buses, accessible vans and taxis, commuter rail and ferry

Creative Solutions

Implementing new transportation services where they are most needed

Community Connections

Promoting the empowerment of individuals to achieve the best access to their community

People Matter

Providing person-centered transportation planning for Southwest Connecticut

Calendar & Events

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August 8th 2017 , Passenger Advisory Committee Meeting : Location: GBT Bus Station, Community Room 2nd floor.  Address: 710 Water St, Bridgeport CT
Open to the Public

August 9th 2017, Transportation Symposium:  Location: SW Area Agency on Aging 1000 Lafayette Blvd, Bridgeport CT. 

November 11th, 2017, Passenger Advisory Committee Meeting: Location: GBT Bus Station, Community Room 2nd Floor. Address: 710 Water St, Bridgeport CT 

Open to the public









CTTransit Will No Longer Accept Tokens Soon

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Attention all CTTransit Riders:  Tokens will no longer be accepted on the regular fixed route buses, read more here:



New ADA website for CT

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The website is now up and running. Here you will find the CT State ADA application along with information on the ADA providers in the state. You can download the application or apply on line.


The Commute video

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A moving and profound short film that takes it's viewers on the arduous journey of people using mobility devices who take public transportation in New York City face everyday.






The Kennedy Center Expands Mobility Management Project to the North West Region!

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In July of this year, The Kennedy Center was awarded a new project where we will be bringing our Mobility Management model to the Northwest Regions of Connecticut. The Mobility Manager using CTDOT dollars, to disseminate information and expand transportation services to seniors and people with disabilities who are facing gaps and barriers and are looking for ways to access public, private, and non-profit transportation services to maintain their independence.  April Chaplin is the new North Western Regional Mobility Manager. We look forward to reaching out to these groups and learning the challenges they face and how we can find solutions.

North Western Regional Mobility Manager
April Chaplin
84 Progress Lane, Waterbury CT 06705

Stay tuned for more information on the progress of this exciting project!


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