Welcome to the Hartford Line

The CTrail Hartford Line is a convenient regional rail service that operates seven days a week along the I-91 corridor between New Haven, CT and Springfield, MA. This service is a partnership between the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), TransitAmerica Services and Alternate Concepts (TASI/ACI), and Amtrak. The Hartford Line connects with the New Haven Line (operated by Metro-North) at New Haven Union Station for travel to southwestern Connecticut and Grand Central Terminal in New York City.

Image of a CTrail train on track

From Springfield to New Haven - and points in between - good things happen on the Hartford Line.

The Hartford Line makes stops at the following stations:

A few more things to know before you go!

The fares are fair

We also offer discounts available for seniors, children, and persons with disabilities. Visit our fares page for detailed information.

How to purchase tickets

You can purchase tickets through the CTrail eTix app, which is available for download on the Apple App Store and Google Play. Or, learn about other ticket purchasing options.

Accessibility and other accommodations

Restrooms are available on all trains. Trains are also equipped with wheelchair lifts, level boarding and accessible seating.

Bikes on board

Bikes are allowed on CTrail Hartford Line trains, but Amtrak trains require reservations. Learn more.

See the sights. Make some memories

Discover some of the unique destinations that Connecticut has to offer along the CTrail Hartford Line.

Two women aboard a train.

Want to know more?

For other information, visit our FAQ page.

Still have questions?

Contact us and someone from our Customer Service team will be happy to assist you.