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CT Transit U-Pass Program

What Is The U-Pass?
The U-Pass is a special transportation pass for University of New Haven resident students that is valid for unlimited trips during the fall and spring semesters on all CTTRANSIT local buses. The U-Pass gives you transportation freedom with no out-of-pocket expense. How does it work? When boarding the bus, show the driver your valid Student ID and insert your U-Pass card into the machine. Now sit back and enjoy your ride. A block before your stop, pull the signal cord to notify the driver you want to exit the bus. 

The 2011-12 U-Pass are in and available for pick-up at the following locations:

  • All undergraduate resident students will receive their U-Pass in their key packets.  Lost U-Pass must be reported to your RD/RA or to the Office of Residential Life (Bixler Hall) immediately.
  • All graduate and commuter students must pick up their U-Pass from Campus Police.  Commuter and graduate students must demonstrate a need in order to receive this benefit (no other transportation to and from campus).  The U-Pass is intended for residential students but may be offered to commuters based on need.

U-Pass are valid per semester for undergraduate students and per trimester for graduate students.

What If I Have Questions?
If you have route or schedule questions, please call CTTRANSIT Customer Service Representatives at 203-624-0151 or visit us on the web at www.cttransit.com. Students with special communication needs, please call TTY 203-785-8930.

Where Will It Take Me?
Anywhere CTTRANSIT goes in the New Haven area. Getting around Metro New Haven has never been easier! CTTRANSIT operates every day; morning, noon and night, rain or shine to get you where you need to go.

Listed below are several typical destinations that may interest students.

Transit from Campus to Regency Apartments

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route B Congress Avenue's week day or weekend schedule.
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 4 represents the bus stop at First and Campbell (Shop Rite intersection). The number 5 represents the transit stop at West Haven Center. These are the two locations that students living in the Regency Apartments should know about to travel from Campus to Regency Apartments.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For example on a weekday: You are able to get the Transit at First and Campbell at 3:18 P.M. and arrive at West Haven Center at 3:26 P.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .

Transit from Regency Apartments to Campus

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route B Congress Avenue's week day or weekend schedule.
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 4 represents the bus stop at First and Campbell (Shop Rite intersection). The number 5 represents the transit stop at West Haven Center. These are the two locations that students living in the Regency Apartments should know about to travel from Campus to Regency Apartments.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For example on a weekday: You are able to get the Transit at West Haven Center at 9:55 A.M and arrive at the First and Campbell Transit stop at 10:03 A.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .

Transit from Union Station to Regency Apartments

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route J Kimberly Avenue's week day or weekend schedule
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 2 represents the Union Station transit location. The number 5 represents the transit stop at West Haven Center near the Regency Apartments.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For example on a Saturday: You are able to get the transit at Union Station at 1:06 P.M. and arrive at West Haven Center transit stop at 1:20 P.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .

Transit from Regency Apartments to Union Station

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route J Kimberly Avenue's week day or weekend schedule
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 2 represents the Union Station transit location. The number 5 represents the transit stop at West Haven Center near the Regency Apartments.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For example on a weekday: You are able to get the transit at West Haven Center at 3:16 P.M. and arrive at Union Station at 3:33 P.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .

Transit from Campus to Post Road

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route O Route 1's  week day or weekend schedule
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 5 represents the Allingtown Orange & Admiral Transit location. The number 8 represents the Transit stop at the Westfield Mall (Upper Level) on Boston Post Rd.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For Example on a weekday: You are able to get the Allingtown Orange & Admiral Transit at 10:18 A.M. and arrive at Transit stop at the Westfield Mall (Upper Level) on Boston Post Rd at 10:44 A.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .

Transit from Post Road to Campus

  1. Click on www.cttransit.com, Routes and Schedules, New Haven, and then Local Schedules
  2. Choose route O Route 1's week day or weekend schedule
  3. At the top of the page you will see a list of numbers. The number 5 represents the Allingtown Orange & Admiral Transit location. The number 8 represents the Transit stop at the Westfield Mall (Upper Level) on Boston Post Rd.
  4. The vertical, left hand column on the same page lists the Routes and adjacent to the routes the time the bus leaves and arrives from different points of interest.
  5. For example on a weekday: You are able to get the Transit stop at the Westfield Mall (Upper Level) on Boston Post Rd. at 9:35 P.M. and arrive at the Allingtown Orange & Admiral Transit location at 9:56 P.M.
  6. If you would like a map of this route one can be accessed by clicking here .