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September Service Changes

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GBT will be implementing several service changes to improve weekend service on Coastal Link (CL) and on Route 8. An extra 9 AM bus will now run on the Coastal Link service on Sundays to meet demand. There is a new schedule for the Route 8 Saturday service that will help increase service reliability. Details of the service changes are outlined below:

 Route 8 Saturday and Coastal Link Sunday Service Schedules (PDF) >>


Coastal Link - Sunday Service

Beginning on Sunday, September 28, 2014, GBT will begin providing an extra 9:00 AM departure of the Coastal Link, starting at John Street at Park Avenue, heading to the Norwalk Wheels Hub, in Norwalk Connecticut. This is a local trip and will provide service to all stops along the route. The regular 9:00 AM service from the GBT Bus station will remain in service. Coastal Link webpage >>

 

Route 8 - Saturday Service

Beginning Saturday, October 4, 2014, GBT will begin providing half hour Route 8 service from the Bus Station located in downtown Bridgeport, to the Westfield Trumbull Mall in Trumbull. Service will begin at 6:30 AM and will continue with the last departure from the Mall arriving at the Bus Station at 11:15 PM. Route 8 webpage >>

 

All other routes are unchanged. If you have any questions regarding these changes please let us know: info@gogbt.com.

 

Trumbull Mall Hub Construction

 

 

 

Construction of the new bus hub at Trumbull Mall is progressing on schedule and is expected to be operating by the end of October. In November, we'll begin bus shelter installation and landscaping. Thank you for your patience during this project!

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