Listed from North to South.


The trail is accessible by many public transit points in the region including approximately 20 bus stops as well as train and ferry access in downtown Bridgeport.

Greater Bridgeport Transit (GBT)

Bus service is accessible from the trail at various points throughout Monroe, Trumbull and Bridgeport. Bus service is bike-friendly. Bike racks on GBT buses can accommodate a variety of bicycle types and loading time is minimal. Bike racks are "first come, first serve" with a two-bike maximum per bus. Please refer to the GBT website for more information about Bikes on Board.


The trail station is accessible directly from the trail in downtown Bridgeport. The station has a variety of travel options including local service via Metro North railroad. Amtrak and Acela service are also available.


Bridgeport Port Jefferson Ferry

Travel by ferry to and from Port Jefferson, Long Island, is accessible directly from the trail in downtown Bridgeport and is adjacent to the bus and train stations.


Public Transit Access Points:

Spring Hill Road at house #62

CT Route 111 at Old Mine Road

Main Street at Broadway

Main Street at Whitney

Daniels Farm Road

White Plains Road at Trumbull Center

White Plains Road at Brock Street

White Plains Road at Beardsley Parkway

Noble Avenue at East Main Street

Noble Avenue at Boston Avenue

Noble Avenue at Roosevelt Street

Noble Avenue at Huntington Road

North Avenue at Housatonic Avenue

Housatonic Avenue at Garland Street

Bus Station - Downtown Bridgeport

Train Station - Downtown Bridgeport

Fairfield Avenue, Stratford Avenue, and Water Street

Water Street at John Street

Ferry at Water Street Dock

Broad Street at Housatonic Community College (HCC)

Broad Street at University Avenue