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This is the time of year when we review our emergency procedures and plans to be sure we are able to keep our services running during severe weather and, if there is an interruption, to resume service as soon as it is safe to do so following a storm. Part of our preparation includes notifying our riders where to go for information about service changes or cancellations during storms of any kind.  It is the intent of GHTD to continue ADA Paratransit Service as long as the safety of the riders and employees can be ensured. ADA Paratransit Service will be provided subsequent to the CTTransit fixed route system remaining in service.  Please follow this website for further updates regarding winter weather advisories.s

In the event the service is delayed or cancelled, that information will be broadcast on the following sites:

WFSB 3 TV or visit http://www.wfsb.com/category/211195/school-closings

WTIC 1080 AM Radio or visit http://connecticut.cbslocal.com

CRIS Radio or visit http://crisradio.org/about.htm

NBC 30 TV or visit http://www.nbcconnecticut.com/weather/?zipCode=06101

 Thank you in advance for your patience and understanding during inclement weather situations.


The Greater Hartford Transit District is committed to providing the highest quality transportation and transit related support services, as well as securing the attainment of capital items crucial to viable transportation systems, within the Greater Hartford region and statewide. The District prioritizes public transportation investments that ensure public safety, restore the infrastructure to a state of good repair, improve the customer experience, promote economic development, and improve quality of life for residents and visitors.

The GHTD is a quasi-municipal corporation operating under the authority of Chapter 103a of the Connecticut General Statutes. There are currently sixteen member towns represented by appointees who collectively form the Board of Directors. GHTD has broad powers to acquire, operate, finance, plan, develop, maintain and otherwise provide all forms of land transportation and related services including the development or renewal of transportation centers and parking facilities. The agency serves as a conduit for federal and state funding of transit related capital projects, provides ADA Paratransit Service, and owns Hartford Union Station and the ADA Paratransit Operations and Maintenance Facility, located at 148 Roberts Street in East Hartford, Connecticut.

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