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Senior Citizen's Guide to Connecticut

Senior Transportation in Connecticut
Toll Free 1-877-GO2-MEGA (1-877-462-6342)

— is the first, low-cost, express bus service to offer city-to-city travel for as low as $1 via the Internet. Since launching in April 2006, has served more than 6 million passengers throughout 33 major cities in the Midwest and Northeast. The luxury double deckers offer free wi-fi, power outlets, panoramic windows and a green alternative way to travel. customers also receive special "megadeals" on hotels, sightseeing, Broadway shows, box lunches and more! Our reliable, low-cost travel service serves 33 cities, including Connecticut, from two hubs located in New York City and Philadelphia. We offer the highest level of comfort and safety and look forward to serving you! We welcome all customers on services and do our best to assist those with walking difficulties or those who normally use wheelchairs. Call for more details!

Graduate Driver's License Program Department of Motor Vehicles • 860-263-5223

Senior/Disabled Photo Reduced Fare Card CTTRANSIT • 860-522-8101
Elderly an disabled persons may ride for a reduced fare on all Connecticut buses.

Dial-A-Ride Hartford
860-253-6410 or 860-253-6393
The purpose of Dial-A-Ride is to provide a transportation program to Enfield residents over the age of 60 and/or permanently disabled to a variety of destinations within town and through volunteers, to out-of-town medical appointments. Anyone who needs this and meets the age/disability criteria is eligible to use the Dial-A-Ride.

Allied Transportation Services for Elderly/Disabled Persons
860-741-3701 ext.320.

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