State agency responsible for managing and maintaining state highways, airports, harbors, and public transportation systems.
CONNECTICUT – DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATIONLearn More
CORPORATE ANGEL NETWORKLearn More
Nationwide nonprofit organization, founded in 1981, which arranges free air travel for cancer patients and bone marrow donors and recipients to or from recognized treatment centers by using empty seats on corporate aircrafts. There is no financial need requirement to use this service, but the patient must be able to walk and cannot require any […]
TRANSPORTATION ASSOCIATION OF GREENWICH (TAG)Learn More
The Transportation Association of Greenwich, Inc. (TAG) is a private, not-for-profit organization specializing in transportation services for elderly disabled individuals and transportation for the disadvantaged of all ages. Founded in 1984 in response to a critical need identified by the GREENWICH UNITED WAY, TAG has served town residents, organizations, and numerous social services agencies in […]
GREENWICH HEALTH DEPARTMENT – OFFICE OF SPECIAL CLINICAL SERVICESLearn More
A free and confidential outpatient clinic for sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy, and HIV testing. Screening, diagnosis, and treatment provided as a cooperative effort of the Health Department and Greenwich Hospital. They field all questions about AIDS, HIV and STDs, and offer testing, counseling, and provide information on support groups, care-taking, housing, transportation, and legal advice for people […]
NORWALK TRANSIT DISTRICT – GREENWICH COMMUTER CONNECTIONLearn More
A public transportation service operating in Norwalk and throughout southwestern Connecticut. All vehicles are wheelchair accessible.
CONNECTICUT TRANSIT – CT TRANSITLearn More
Bus service owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT). Check website or call for schedule information. Exact fare for ticket purchases on all buses. Multi-ticket, Senior, Disabled options available. Wheelchair Accessible. Seven Days a Week. All Stamford buses have bike racks, a wheelchair lift or ramp, and two wheelchair tie-down positions.
METRO – NORTH COMMUTER RAILROADLearn More
A subsidiary of the Metropolitan Transit Authority, since 1983. This is the local commuter train operating three lines into Grand Central Station in New York City. It is the second largest commuter railroad in the country. The New Haven line has connecting lines to Danbury, Waterbury, and New Canaan.
CONNECTICUT MOTOR CLUB – STAMFORD AAALearn More
Founded in 1908, Stamford is the nearest branch of the American Automobile Association (AAA). They welcome members and non-AAA members to their offices for DMV services.
CALL-A-RIDE OF GREENWICH, INC.Learn More
Independent, nonprofit volunteer organization, founded in 1975. They provide free door-to-door transportation for Greenwich’s ambulatory senior citizens, over age 60, who lack other means of transportation. Three cars provide rides five days a week to anywhere in Greenwich for any purpose; doctors, drug stores, attorneys, banks, shopping, hair appointments, rides to the polls on election […]
GREENWICH TAXI COMPANYLearn More
Taxi company dispatching cars from an office on the eastbound side of the Greenwich Railroad Station. Taxis serve all of Greenwich and may also be hired to go to out-of-town locations such as airports or New York City.
WESTCHESTER BEE-LINELearn More
The Bee-Line Bus System operates over 60 routes that include local, limited-stop and express buses, providing service within Westchester, to the Bronx, Manhattan and Putnam. It connects in Port Chester with the CT Route Bus.
GREYHOUND BUS LINESLearn More
Begun in 1914, this is the largest provider of intercity transportation in the country. Their nearest terminal is located at the Stamford Metro North railroad station. Charters are also available.