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Transportation

Rail Commuting and Train Station Parking

Fairfield has three train stations on the Metro North rail line that extends from New Haven to New York's Grand Central Terminal. For more information on station parking, obtaining permits, and wait lists, please visit the Parking Authority page. 

Fairfield Station
165 Unquowa Road
Fairfield, CT 06824

Fairfield Metro Station
61 Constant Comment Way
Fairfield, CT 06824

Southport Station
400 Center Street
Southport, CT 06890

Highway Commuting

Commuters can get a heads up about traffic problems on the area's highways through the State of Connecticut Department of Transportation site. The site features traffic cams, updated information on highway, bridge, and airport traffic and has ongoing tweets that provide the most current information. 

Bridgeport Port Jefferson Ferry

The Bridgeport Port Jefferson Ferry takes people and vehicles from Bridgeport, across the Long Island Sound, to Port Jefferson, NY.

Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority (GBTA)

The Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority provides bus service to sections of Fairfield. Routes and schedules may be obtained by calling the GBTA office at the number listed above or by visiting the web site.

One Cross Street
Bridgeport, CT 06610
203-333-3031
TDD 203-330-0668

GBTAccess (Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority)

Transportation services for the disabled are provided by GBTAccess. Applicants must be ADA eligible and certified. For reservations call 24 hours to 5 days in advance. All vehicles are lift-equipped. For information on fares and applications, call 203-366-7070.

915 Housatonic Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 06604
ID card applications: 203-366-7070 [TDD 203-330-0657]
Reservations: 203-335-4147 [TDD 336-1113]

MetroPool Website

The Metropool Website provides car and van pool information for commuters.

Bicycling

Fairfield is now implementing a townwide bicycle path network plan to help encourage biking as an alternative method of transporation in town. The first marked route is on now completed: Mill Plain Road and Unquowa Road, from Brookside Road to the Post Road. Fairfield is also installing down bicycle parking at popular destinations and the train station. View the planned bicycle rack locations here.

Taxi Service

There is taxi service available at the two train stations:

  • Yellow Cab 203-334-2121
  • Red Dot Taxi Service 203-330-1003