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Looking for alternate ways to get to Hartford so you don't need to worry about driving or parking? Hartford has multiple different public transportation options for fans to get in and out of the city as well as get around the city in easy and convenient ways. Check out the below public transportation options!


The Dash Shuttle, CTTRANSIT's free circulator bus in downtown Hartford, will be departing every 15 minutes from the XL Center. It's easy to catch the dash. The shuttle route connects the XL Center, the Connecticut Convention Center, the Riverfront, the CT Science Center, the Arts and Entertainment District, various restaurants, and downtown hotels. For more information, please visit CTTransit.com.

The Dash will operate with extended hours between March 20 and March 23*

Extended Hours:
Wednesday, Mar. 20 - 7 am to 10:30 pm
Thursday, Mar. 21 - 7 am to 1 am
Friday, Mar. 22 - 7 am to 8:30 pm
Saturday, Mar. 23 - 8:30 am to 1 am

Click here for the FREE Dash Shuttle Map* 

*There will also be an East Hartford Shuttle operating from Holiday Inn & Hampton Inn to the downtowan Hartford/Convention Center area March 20-23. Click Here for routes and departure times.


Flying into Bradley (BDL) is the easiest way to get to Hartford – it’s just 20 minutes north of the city. New routes and nonstop flights are constantly being added; for shorter flights connecting points in the Northeast U.S. and Canada, look into their regional airlines, or see how Bradley’s major airlines are serving every corner of the country.

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The Hartford Line is a commuter rail service between New Haven, Connecticut, and Springfield, Massachusetts, using Amtrak's New Haven–Springfield Line. For more information visit: http://www.hartfordline.com


Visiting from out of town?  To make your visit to the XL Center even more memorable, take Amtrak and discover some of the stories that can only be experienced aboard a train.  Amtrak offers convenient, affordable service to Hartford from Springfield, Windsor, Meriden, New Haven and points beyond and the XL Center is just a 5 minute walk from Hartford Union Station.  Visit Amtrak.com for schedules and fares.  


Greyhound Bus Line is an affordable alternative to get around downtown Hartford.  This line offers a number of flexible options to best fit your travel needs.

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Peter Pan runs regular busses out of Hartford to 85 different destinations in the northeast.

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CT Transit runs all the city buses in the area. If you have any questions about which bus to take where, the website is really helpful, but if it’s not helpful enough, their customer service line listed above is answered by an actual person, who totally knows how to get you where you’re going. (860-525-9181).

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