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The Dial-A-Ride days and hours of operation and provided services on this page, are solely related to the towns of Litchfield and Morris as shown shaded in grey on the map below.

For more information about Dial-A-Ride click HERE.

Times of Operation
9:00 A.M. through 3:00 P.M.
(unless otherwise noted below)
  • Monday through Friday
 
Serves the following
Litchfield
  Monday and Tuesday
  A.M. Medical Appointments in Torrington, Nutrition Site for lunch, Local Shopping and Errands
   
  Wednesday and Thursday
  A.M. Medical Appointments
P.M. Grocery Shopping
Local Shopping
   
  Friday
  A.M. Shopping, Banking
and Medical Appointments
in Litchfield
P.M. Shopping in Torrington
   
Morris
  Thursday
  Shopping, Banking and Medical Appointments
in Litchfield and Torrington
   
Daily service Litchfield, Torrington, Winsted on Rural Transit Scheduled Service. Call (860) 489-2535 for more information.
   

To view services in another town click on one of the links below.

Barkhamsted, New Hartford
and Harwinton
Canaan, Falls Village, Sharon
and Salisbury

Cornwall and Goshen
Kent and Warren
Norfolk and Colebrook
Torrington
Winsted



Reservations
On a first-come, first-serve basis; with a 24-hour advance notice.

To make a reservation call the Northwestern CT Transit District.
  • (860) 489-2535
    or
  • 1-(866) 906-RIDE (7433)
 
Office Hours
Monday through Thursday
      7:30 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
Friday
      7:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.
 
One-Way Trip Fares
Ten ride discount tickets available.
Adults (18 & over)……… $1.25
Students…………… $0.90
Disabled ………………… $0.65
Elderly (60 & up) …………
  Suggested Donation $1.25
Children (up to age 5, with adult)
…………………………… FREE

All ticket purchases are non-transferable and non-refundable.
 
Disabled persons must show their original Medicare or state elderly/disabled ID card to the driver. Call CT Transit at (860) 522-8101 for more information about the state-issued card. Certification by a medical doctor is needed to qualify for the disabled reduced fare.
People (60) or older ride free on a suggested donation basis.
Personal Care Attendants
may ride for free when accompanying a passenger
with a disability; companions
are required to pay a fare.
   

This public service is made possible by the Northwestern CT Transit District through a cooperative effort with the U.S. Department of Transportation, Connecticut Department of Transportation, Western Connecticut Area Agency on Aging and participating towns.
CANDYSTRIPER

 

 
Dial-A-Ride
Dial-A-Ride
   Extended Services
Inter-Regional

 

 

 

 

Bi-Laws of the Northwestern
CT Transit District (pdf)

Title VI Policy Statement
of the Northwestern CT
Transit District

 
 
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