What the Hartford Line Brings to Customers

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Your world just got BIGGER. With 17 trains a day between New Haven and Hartford, and 12 of those trains continuing to Springfield, the Hartford Line quickly and easily connects you to New Haven Line service to New York City, Amtrak Northeast Corridor rail services, and Shore Line East service, as well as CTfastrak bus rapid transit service in the Hartford/New Britain area. 

Your commute just got EASIER. The Hartford Line is a fast, frequent, and reliable passenger rail service that connects communities along the I-91 corridor.   

Your trip just got FASTER. With speeds up to 110 MPH, this passenger rail service offers customers a better alternative to driving on the I-91 corridor.

What is the Hartford Line?

Developed through a partnership between the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), CTrail and Amtrak, The Hartford Line is regional passenger rail service that expands service between New Haven, Hartford and Springfield. CTDOT is providing the rail travel option, which consists of Amtrak and CTrail trains operated by a service provider—a joint venture of TransitAmerica Services and Alternate Concepts (TASI/ACI). In addition to more rail service, the program includes significant infrastructure improvements to make the service safe, reliable, convenient and comfortable. Improvements made to date include:

View more information on future developments on the New Haven Hartford Springfield Rail Program.