CTTRANSIT Bus Service Updates for Meriden

Attention C-Wallingford/Meriden and A-Meriden/ Townline Square weekday passengers, there is a temporary service change effective November 12 to January 6.


Temporary service change effective November 12, 2012 through January 6, 2013

CTTransit buses (A-route or C-route) no longer enter Townline Square (533 South Broad Street, Meriden).

Beginning Monday, November 12, customers traveling between the Meriden Railroad Station and connections to the C-route will be served by a shuttle bus departing hourly from downtown Meriden Monday to Friday.

Transfers to C-route buses traveling toward downtown New Haven must be made at the bus stop at Cedar Lane & No. Colony Road in Wallingford.

The shuttle bus will stop outside Townline Square on So. Broad Street for passengers wishing to access the shopping center.

Customers transferring to the shuttle from C-route buses from New Haven & Wallingford traveling to downtown Meriden will do so at Cedar Lane & No. Colony. The shuttle bus will follow the A-route to the Railroad Station. Connections to Meriden local routes A, B, and C are available at the Meriden Railroad Station.

The shuttle bus connecting Meriden and C-route passengers will feature the destination sign "A Downtown Meriden" or "A2 Kohl's Plaza South Broad St Townline Plaza".

Note: Passengers needing to make connections between Meriden A-route buses and New Haven C-route buses on Saturdays may do so at the temporary transfer point on Gypsy Lane until further notice.

Customer Service New Haven Area 
TTY (Hearing Impaired Only): 203-785-8930 
Hours: Monday -- Saturday 6:30 AM to 6:30 PM; 
Sunday/Holidays 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM

Submitted by press release.

D. Lemke November 08, 2012 at 01:42 PM
we need a much better bus system in meriden need to run longer hours and be running the weekends also both sat, and sundays might coast more but worth it.people need it to get back and forth to get to work. taxies are always late and to costly.low income people can not afored to pay taxies to bring them to work one weeks pay part time would go to the taxie company.i know my doughter had to do it for two weeks.when her car was not running.the bus root was good be for we had to change at the train station.get on get of to get the other bus is crazy wast of time could be half way to where we are going if we did not have to switch .just get off meet the other bus right thier i sead of traveling to the train station.its wort paying more to get better sarvice.
M Donna November 09, 2012 at 10:21 AM
The bus system in meriden is unreliable as a means of transportation for jobs or the like; the busses often fall off schedule, and arrive/leave at semi-random times.


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