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

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2017 Edition Guidebook of Transportation Services for Seniors, People with Disabilities and Veterans Available Now!

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The new hard copy version of the Guidebook of Transportation Services for Seniors, People with Disabilities, and Veterans is now available!  The Guidebook is a comprehensive directory of all types of transportation services available throughout the Mobility Management Project's service area encompassing the coastal towns from Greenwich to Milford and north to the Valley Region.  It is available in English and Spanish and organized by town so finding transportation services in your area is easy.  The Guidebook will be available at no cost at bus terminals, senior centers, and other locations throughout the service area.  For a printable pdf copy in english, click here. Para español haga clic aquí. To receive a hard copy in the mail, email the Regional Mobility Manager at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 203-365-8522 ext. 263.

Ride The Coastal Link for Half Price

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The Coastal Link bus travels along the Route 1 corridor through Norwalk, Westport, Fairfield, Bridgeport, Stratford and Milford 7 days a week. The one-way base fare is $1.50 within Norwalk, Westport and Milford. The single-ride fare is $1.75 in Fairfield, Bridgeport and Stratford.  More information on scheduling is available at and People with disabilities and seniors are eligible to ride The Coastal Link for half price.

Age 65 and Over

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People aged 65 and over, people with disabilities and holders of a valid Medicare Card, are allowed to use Greater Bridgeport Transit’s services for half-fare ($ .85) with proper I.D. Half price fare on Norwalk Transit is $.75 and on CTTRANSIT Stamford half price fare is $.65.

One-way fare for a ride

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The one-way fare for a ride on Greater Bridgeport Transit’s Access paratransit shuttle is $3.50 and must be paid in cash or pre-paid ticket at the time of boarding.  The regular city bus service is much less expensive and offers a higher level of independence.  More information is available at

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