Since 2005, Connecticut has seen a 25%+ increase in commuter cycling, including cyclists who utilize public transit as part of their commute. Riders are using trails, buses and trains, to make the connections they need during their cycling commute.
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Other cyclists use the bus, along with their bike, to get to farmer’s markets, the library, school and other destinations. Some people are using the Pequonnock River Trail and other bike trails to cycle from nearby towns like Monroe and Trumbull to get downtown or to connect with the bus.
All GBT buses are equipped to carry your bicycle. Racks are located on the front of the bus. Our bike racks can accommodate a wide variety of bicycles and the loading time is minimal. Bike racks are "first come, first serve" with a two-bike maximum per bus.
Loading a Bike:
Unloading a Bike:
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There are more than 20 stops along the trail where riders can access the bus. Here is a list of stops>>
If you're working or living in Connecticut, you have a lot of options to help you save money, reduce wear and tear on your car and even get extra time to read, work or simply sit back and relax when commuting to work or school. Instead of driving alone, try a carpool, vanpool or ride the bus or train. You may even want to speak to your manager to see if teleworking is an option. Visit CTrides to find out more>>
TOD Community Meetings in September
Join us to learn about the long term transit plan for the region, including high frequency and new bus service, transit corridors, and other transit improvements.
TUESDAY September 22, 2015 • Evening - Time to be Announced
Ralphola Taylor Community Center YMCA
790 Central Ave Bridgeport, CT 06607
WEDNESDAY September 23, 2015 • Evening - Time to be Announced
Housatonic Community College
900 Lafayette Blvd, Bridgeport, CT 06604
Good Friday Service
On Friday, April 14, Good Friday, GBT will be operating a Saturday schedule, with Routes 23 and 22x still operating.
Servicio el Viernes Santo
El viernes 14 de abril (Viernes Santo), GBT cumplirá el horario de los sábados, y las Rutas 23 y 22x seguirán operando.