Welcome to Greater New Haven Transit District
We provide public transportation services in South Central Connecticut.
The Greater New Haven Transit District (GNHTD) is one of fourteen regional transit districts in the State of Connecticut. GNHTD is a government agency established in 1973 under the provision of Connecticut Public Act 261, Chapter 103(a) for the purpose of operating and providing a variety of transportation programs and services. This provides direct transportation services as well as providing vehicles to municipalities and community agencies in the greater New Haven region for their own respective transportation programs.
Hours of Operation
Service is provided from 5:15am to 11:15pm, seven (7) days a week. Service in some areas may not be available during these hours. Our Customer Service Representatives will be happy to help you determine if your trip is an eligible ADA trip. Please call 203-288-6643
Our Administrative Office will close between 12:00pm and 1:00pm for lunch. To purchase ADA or RRP tickets, please visit us during our new hours listed below.
New GNHTD buses are arriving!! We've also received our bus with the LED monitor that we will be testing for announcements.
Plans for North Haven train station rolling along
NORTH HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — It’s about five years in the making but North Haven’s First Selectmen Michael Freda says plans for a commuter train station are officially in the design phase.
“We’re about 30 percent through the design phase. This project has unparalleled support here in town, from the DOT and we’re working to finalize this project which we think we can,” said Freda.
Freda says $5.9 million was allocated for the design phase. The exact cost of construction has yet to be determined.
Connecticut Law Now in Effect Updates Traditional Handicapped Symbol
One of the new laws that took effect on January 1 is a measure that switches out the decades-old handicap symbol with a new dynamic logo.
"It's 45 years old," said Governor Dannel Malloy, speaking last summer at the bill-signing ceremony for House Bill 1050, which modernizes the symbol for people with disabilities. "It was developed at a different time, when our own ideas as a culture and a society were much more concentrating on that which held people back, as opposed to that which moves people forward. and so it was time."
Tips for using our service
Exact fare is required. Bus operators do not make change.
Please be sure to cancel your trips at least 2 hours before the beginning of your pick up window to ensure your account remains in good standing.
No shows include any trip that has been canceled at the door once the driver has arrived. By lessening the number of no shows and cancels, it makes the service better for all.
- We just wanted to remind everyone that riders using our service may bring up to three (3) grocery totes or five (5) plastic grocery bags and/or one case of water, soda or soup.
If you have any questions, please call us at 203-288-6643.
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