A mobility manager is a person who provides transportation info to people with disabilities, seniors, and veterans.
Google Trip Planner
Google Trip Planner offers you options to plan out an upcoming trip.
CTTRANSIT is the DOT’s bus system for metropolitan areas in CT.
Community Choices links older adults, people with disabilities, and caregivers to the services they seek.
Dial 2-1-1 and you can speak to a specialist about your transportation needs. It’s 24/7, multilingual, and TDD.
CTrides offers resources, solutions, and travel options in CT.
Paratransit van services are provided in areas with fixed bus routes for people who can’t use the local bus due to their disability.
Other Transportation Resources:
CLICK HERE for the Department of Developmental Services transportation options.
CLICK HERE for the Department of Transportation.
CLICK HERE for the Connect-Ability Transportation page.
(This service is through the Department of Rehabilitation Services.)
Phone: 866.844.1903 (Toll Free)
CLICK HERE for CT Fastrak.
CLICK HERE for LogistiCare.
(LogistiCare offers non-emergency medical transportation for Medicaid recipients. There are eligibility requirements, so call ahead.)
Phone: 866.684.0409 (Toll-free)
Reservations: 888.248.9895 (Toll-free)
CLICK HERE for Dial-A-Ride:
Your best option to find out if your town has Dial-A-Ride is to look at the “MY TOWN” link on TransitNet and call your municipal agent, senior center, mobility manager (if your town has one), or use the the 2-1-1 Infoline by dialing 2-1-1 or searching their website.
CLICK HERE to learn how to Modify a Motor Vehicle.Many people with disabilities can drive a modified vehicle. This page tells you how to be evaluated as a driver, and purchase, modify, and pay for your own vehicle. Call for more info.
Phone: 866.844.1903 (Toll-free)
CLICK HERE for Travel Training.
Travel training teaches people with disabilities, veterans, and seniors how to properly and safely use the local bus and rail system for their transportation needs. Call for more info.
CLICK HERE for the Orientation and Mobility page of the Board of Education and Services for the Blind (BESB).
Orientation and Mobility teaches an individual who is legally blind how to travel safely and independently.
CLICK HERE to learn more about the Independent Transportation Network Central Connecticut.
ITNCentralCT provides sustainable, community-based transportation services for seniors and individuals who are visually impaired. Serves 15 towns in Central CT. Call to see if your town is covered 860.521.3600.
CLICK HERE for United We Ride.
United we ride is an initiative of the federal government’s Coordinating Council on Access and Mobility, charged with improving the availability, quality, and efficient delivery of transportation services to people with disabilities, older adults, and people with low incomes.
CLICK HERE for Road to Recovery (for people with cancer).
The American Cancer Society provides transportation to and from treatment for those who do not have a ride or cannot drive themselves.
CLICK HERE for Zip Car.
(This can be used if you have a license but not a vehicle.)
CLICK HERE for the New England Assistive Technology (NEAT) Resource & Education Center.
CLICK HERE for a Transportation Glossary.
CLICK HERE for Tips for First Time Train Users.
CLICK HERE for Metro-North Commuter Train info.
CLICK HERE for Amtrak.
CLICK HERE for Connecticut Limousine.
CLICK HERE for Greyhound Bus Lines.
CLICK HERE for Peter Pan Bus Lines.