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The closest major airport is Bradley International Airport, located in Hartford, CT, about 45 miles from the city center of New Haven, CT.
The bus service in New Haven is provided by The New Haven Division of Connecticut Transit (CT Transit), which operates bus service in 19 different municipalities throughout Greater New Haven, all routes originating from the New Haven Green.
CT Transit's Union Station Shuttle offers free service from Union Station to the New Haven Green and several New Haven parking garages.
Peter Pan and Greyhound bus lines have scheduled stops at Union Station and connections downtown can be made via the Union Station Shuttle.
New Haven is linked to New York City by commuter, regional and intercity rail, offered by Metro-North Railroad (commuter rail), Shoreline East (commuter rail), and Amtrak (regional and intercity rail).
New Haven's main railroad station is the historic beaux-arts Union Station, which serves Metro-North trains to New York and Shore Line East commuter trains to New London, and there is also State Street Station, opened in 2002, which provides Shore Line East and a few peak-hour Metro-North passengers, easier access to and from Downtown.
Union Station is served by 4 Amtrak Lines: the Northeast Regional and the high-speed rail Acela Express, the New Haven-Springfield Line and the Vermonter.
The major roadways in New Haven, include: I-95, I-91, Route 34, Route 15 and US Route 1.
Easy! Just follow the driving directions listed below!
From Bradley International Airport: Head northwest and make a slight left toward Schoephoester Rd, where you have to turn right. Continue onto CT-401 S and take the exit onto I-91 S, toward Hartford. Take exit 6 for Willow Street, toward US-5/Blatchley Avenue, and turn right at Willow Street. Turn right at Whitney Avenue and take the 3rd left onto HUntington Street. Albertus Magnus College will be on the right.
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