Official Web site of Connecticut Transit.
In 1976, Connecticut Transit became responsible for much of the public transportation in the state of Connecticut, acquiring the Connecticut Co.
Many individual streetcar companies were eventually acquired by the Connecticut Co., prior to the introduction of buses.
Several individual streetcar companies remained independent of the Connecticut Co., although some of the successor bus operations eventually eventually began operating under contract for the publicly owned Connecticut Transit.
TRANSIT ROUTES - PAST AND PRESENT
How the private streetcar and bus systems in Connecticut evolved into today's bus system.
Map showing electric railways of the past, connecting various cities throughout Connecticut.
The Bus Rosters Page
Connecticut Transit (Wikipedia)
Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority
Operates independently of Connecticut Transit.
New Britain Transportation Co.
Continues to operate buses under contract for Connecticut Transit.
Information from "Connecticut Company Streetcars" by Frederick A. Kramer with Ed Wadhams, from various issues of the magazine "Motor Coach Age", the Poor's and the Moody investment manuals, and "The Trolley And Interurban Directory", by Joseph Gross.
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