Benefits of Riding the Bus
Yale commuters who ride the bus to work can:
- use pre-tax savings to receive a discount on their passes more>>
- receive up to 3 free parking stays per month to use on days when you need your car and a Guaranteed Ride Home
- log your bus trips in Nuride to earn restaurant coupons, local retailer discounts, and tickets to shows and attractions
Local Bus Services
CT Transit provides local and express bus services in the greater New Haven metro area.
CT Transit operates 7 days a week over 22 local routes, connecting with other state-owned or subsidized bus services in Meriden, Wallingford, Milford, and the lower Naugatuck Valley areas, as well as with the Metro North and Shore Line East rail services. Bicycles are accommodated on all CT Transit buses—as is also true for all Yale Shuttle buses—to facilitate your multi-modal trip. See related links for a loading demonstration.
CT Transit also provides a New Haven/Madison “S” Route that mirrors the Shoreline East train as far as Madison (with connecting service to Old Saybrook).
The Hartford Express connects various New Haven locations with Hartford, with stops at Park & Ride lots in Wethersfield and Middletown.
Greyhound Bus Line offers 20 stations across the state with service to New Haven.
Megabus serves New Haven/Hartford/Boston for a fare of between $1.00 and $15.00 depending on how far in advance you book your trip.