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Transportation in Connecticut: Don't Miss the Bus

Public transportation is an essential part of Connecticut's economic strength. Connecticut residents and visitors used bus transit for over 35 million trips in SFY 2005, thereby reducing congestion, stress and delay suffered by other road travelers. In that same year, the Urban Mobility Report of the Texas Transportation Institute found that public transportation in three Connecticut urban areas saved 1.6 million hours of delay for other road travelers in 2003, at the cost savings to them of $26.8 million. Despite the benefits of Connecticut's public transportation, the state investment in bus operations and capital remains insufficient to maintain current services, much less to make service improvements, or add service capacity.

Connecticut leadership must make a significant investment in public transportation to improve, expand and continue vital bus services to increase ridership, support transit oriented development, and provide affordable, attractive and convenient alternatives to the single occupant vehicle.

The time to act is now!

Read Reports Prepared by CACT on Transportation in Connecticut

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CACT is committed to promoting and improving public transportation in Connecticut.