CT Commuter Schedules

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Express Bus passengers who take advantage of the Monthly Pass can also ride assured they will get where they need to be in an emergency. Simply call the Guaranteed Ride HOTLINE at (877) CT-RIDES (877-287-4337) between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. Monday through Friday on the day of your emergency to arrange a ride.

Unexpected circumstances such as a family emergency, illness, or unscheduled overtime qualify you for a Guaranteed Ride-missing your regular bus does not. Rides are available Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. and there is no service on six major holidays. Your ride must be arranged through the Guaranteed Ride HOTLINE. You will not be reimbursed if you contact the taxi company directly. The Guaranteed Ride benefit only covers Monthly Express Pass purchasers; additional passengers in the cab must pay their portion of the fare.

The Guaranteed Ride benefit is available four times each year for Express Bus customers with a valid Monthly Pass. When you call the HOTLINE please have your location for pickup and your Express Pass details ready. Sorry-the Guaranteed Ride benefit is not available to customers using a 10-Ride Ticket or paying cash fare. Another great reason to buy the Monthly Pass!

Customer Service Center
Please contact us for bus schedule information, lost & found items or with comments.

Phone: (800) 229-4879
Web Page: www.dattco.com
U.S. Mail: DATTCO Customer Service Center
583 South Street
New Britain, CT 06051

All buses are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Passenger Behavior
Smoking, drinking, eating, playing radios and boisterous behavior are not allowed on the bus.

Travel Conditions
The times listed in this schedule are approximate. Delays may occur subject to weather or traffic conditions. You may wish to consider adverse conditions when planning the time of your trip.

Senior/Disabled Reduced Fare
Senior citizens (age 65 and over) and persons with disabilities may travel for half fare. Just show your Medicare card to the operator to be eligible for this reduced fare. Don’t have a Medicare card? If you are 65 years or older, or have a qualifying disabilty, you may apply for a CT Reduced Fare ID card. Please call the Senior/Disabled Fare program representative at (860) 522-8101 or visit www.cttransit.com for a CT Reduced Fare ID card application.

A public service of the
Connecticut Department of Transportation
operated by DATTCO

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