CTrail Hartford Line Fare Hearings
AS OF 11/27/2017, THE COMMENT PERIOD HAS CLOSED.
The final determination of the fare hearings will be posted on this page (www.ct.gov/dot/hartfordlinecomments) at the conclusion of the review process.
Para ver las tarifas propuestas de CTrail Hartford Line e información relacionada, consulte la sección "Resources", que se encuentra debajo de la lista de fechas de la Vista de tarifa a continuación.
- E-mail to DOT.HartfordLineComments@ct.gov
- US Mail to Hartford Line Comments, Bureau of Public Transportation, 2800 Berlin Turnpike, P.O. Box 317546, Newington, CT 06131-7546.
- Fare Hearings: Individuals can provide verbal or written comment at any of the Hartford Line Fare Hearings. The Fare Hearings will feature information about the upcoming CTrail Hartford Line service, its proposed fares, and the results of the SAFE Analysis. The Hartford Line Fare Hearings will occur the week of November 13th at the three locations listed below.
|New Haven, CT|
November 13, 2017
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
New Haven Hall of Records,
200 Orange Street
New Haven, CT 06510
November 14, 2017
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Capital Community College
Centinel Hill Hall
950 Main Street
Hartford, CT 06103
November 15, 2017
|5:30 PM to 8:30 PM|
Pioneer Valley Planning Commission
60 Congress Street
Springfield, MA 01104
PUBLIC HEARING MATERIALS:Proposed Weekday Schedule (pdf)
About CTrail Hartford Line
When the Hartford Line service begins in 2018, CTrail and Amtrak will provide 17 roundtrip trains between New Haven and Hartford each weekday; 12 of these 17 roundtrips trains will continue to Springfield. Travelers in New Haven, Wallingford, Meriden, Berlin and Hartford will board trains every 45 minutes during the morning and evening peak hours, and approximately every 60-90 minutes during off-peak periods. Weekday service will begin as early as 6 AM and run as late as 11 PM, providing a convenient alternative to driving for people traveling to work, school, or for leisure throughout the corridor.
Hartford Line trains will operate at speeds up to 110 mph, reducing travel time between Springfield and New Haven from an average of 89 minutes to 81 minutes, a savings of 8 minutes. The Hartford Line will also provide direct or connecting rail service to New York City, Boston and Vermont; and local connections to CTtransit and CTfastrak.