Hartford Region Transportation
Hartford is a highly connected metro region in the northeastern U.S. The region boasts excellent transportation infrastructure through Bradley International Airport and the intersections of New England’s major highways: I-84, I-90, I-91, and I-95 that travels the entire East Coast.
Bradley International Airport was ranked the nation’s 3rd best airport by Conde Nast Traveler in 2018 and offers over 200 flights daily to 32 domestic and international destinations in the U.S., Canada, Ireland, and Mexico.
The Hartford Line deploys 17 trains per day that connect Hartford to Springfield, MA and New Haven, CT, and there is easy access to New York City via MetroNorth.
There are ten privately owned freight railroad companies operating in Connecticut.
A Well-Connected Urban Core
From a bus system that serves 26 towns in the Hartford Region to Connecticut’s first Bus Rapid Transit system to programs that make bicycling and walking safer, Hartford’s well-connected transportation infrastructure supports convenient access for the workforce to move throughout the region.