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Milford Transit District

Milford Transit District
Founded 1977
Headquarters 259 Research Drive
Locale Milford, Connecticut
Service type Bus service, paratransit
Routes 4
Fleet 9 fixed route
18 paratransit[1]
(2009 figures)
Daily ridership 1,379 (weekday)
817 (Saturday)
362 (Sunday)[1]
Website Milford Transit

The Milford Transit District is the primary provider of mass transportation in Milford, Connecticut. Four routes are provided by the agency, which also manages the Milford Metro-North rail station.


  • 1 Coastal Link – Connecticut Post Mall to Bridgeport and Norwalk
  • 2 Post Mall/The Dock – via Milford Senior Center and Devon
  • 3 Westshore – Milford train station via Silver Sands State Park to Milford Point
  • 4 Woodmont – Milford train station via Post Mall to Woodmont

Note: Routes 3 and 4 are through services to each other.


  • 2010 New Flyer D35LF 117-120 (4) - (Routes 2-4) Active
  • 2003 New Flyer D40LF 324-326 (3) - Leased by CT Transit; (Used on Coastal Link Only) - Active
  • 2010 New Flyer D40LF 121-122 (2) - (Used on Coastal Link Only) - Active


  1. ^ a b NTD Program filing for Milford Transit District, 2009

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