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CTfastrak A 62-foot CTfastrak bus at Downtown New Britain station in November 2015 Locale Central Connecticut Service type Bus rapid transit Routes 5 local routes 4 express routes Stations 10 Daily ridership 12,081 (September 2016) Fuel type hybrid diesel-electric Operator Connecticut Transit Website ctfastrak.com CTfastrak (constructed as the New Britain-Hartford Busway) is a regional bus rapid transit system currently operating between downtown Hartford and Downtown New Britain station in New Britain in central Connecticut.
Operated by Connecticut Transit, it is the first bus rapid transit system in Connecticut and the second in New England after the MBTA Silver Line. CTfastrak opened on March 28, 2015 after fifteen years of planning and three years of construction. CTfastrak services run on a 9.4-mile (15.1 km) dedicated busway which runs on an abandoned railroad right-of-way from Downtown New Britain to Newington Junction and alongside the active New Haven-Springfield Line from Newington Junction to downtown Hartford.
Five local and four express routes operate along the busway and over on-street loops in downtown Hartford. Infrastructure A lengthy bridge carries the busway over East Street (pictured) and Allen Street in New Britain The CTfastrak busway is built on current and former railroad rights-of-way owned by the state and Amtrak, which allowed for the busway to be constructed with minimal taking of private land.
From its north end in downtown Hartford to Newington Junction station, the busway occupies the north side of Amtrak's New Haven-Springfield Line right of way. That section of the line was once 4 tracks (shared by two separate railroads) and is now two tracks, with the busway occupying the third and fourth track slots. From Newington Junction to its south end at Downtown New Britain station, the busway follows the former Newington Secondary rail line.
Along much of its length, CTfastrak is constructed as a grade-separated limited-access highway. There are three at-grade crossings of local roads in New Britain, one in the Elmwood section of West Hartford, and one in Hartford (the latter two shared with the New Haven-Springfield Line). Buses can additionally enter and leave the busway via access roads at Downtown New Britain, East Street, Cedar Street, Newington Junction, and Sigourney Street stations and at the north end of the busway at Asylum Street in Hartford.
A lengthy bridge was constructed over East Street (CT-175) and Allen Street in New Britain to eliminate former grade crossings. From New Britain to Newington Junction, a fenced multi-use trail was constructed alongside the busway. Such a trail was not possible on the northern section, where all available room was needed for an access road for Amtrak maintenance vehicles. The busway has ten stations of varying size.
Downtown New Britain is a sprawling complex with numerous bus bays and large shelters to support transfers between CTfastrak services and local CT Transit services. Flatbush Avenue and Sigourney Street have large island platforms and off-busway loops. The remaining seven stations have basic side platforms and small shelters, with ramps to street level. All stations except East Main Street have center passing lanes to allow express buses to pass stopped local buses.
 Services [ v t e ] CTfastrak route Hartford Line (2018) Union Station Sigourney Street Parkville Kane Street Flatbush Avenue Elmwood Newington Junction Cedar Street East Street East Main Street Downtown New Britain A 62ft CTfastrak bus on route 101 at Cedar Street A CTfastrak 40ft bus on route 128 at Flatbush Avenue As of October 2015, nine CT Transit routes use the CTfastrak busway with a variety of stopping patterns.
Eight of the nine routes terminate in three different on-street loops in downtown Hartford, while one runs through downtown to Manchester Community College. The 101 Hartford/New Britain route provides high-frequency all-stops base service between New Britain and downtown Hartford, with headways of 7.5 minutes at peak, 12 minutes off-peak, and 20 minutes during the evening. Four additional routes provide local stopping service on various sections of the busway: 102 Hartford/New Britain/Bristol 121 MCC / Hartford / UConn Health 128 Hartford / Westfarms-New Britain via Stanley Street 140 CCSU Shuttle The 102 makes the same stops as the 101 at lower frequency and extends past New Britain to Bristol, Connecticut.
The 121 uses the busway from Cedar Street to Sigourney Street, while the 128 uses the busway from Elmwood to Union Station. Four routes run express on the busway from Downtown New Britain to Sigourney Street, making no intermediate stops: 923 Bristol Express 924 Southington-Cheshire Express 925 Cheshire -Waterbury Express 928 Southington-Cheshire-Waterbury Express Four other routes - 144, 153, and 161, as well as the 140(F) - act as feeder services.
They make stops at CTfastrak station platforms but do not run on the busway, with the exception of the 140, which uses the busway between Cedar Street and East Street. Other times throughout the day it enters the busway at Newington Junction station as the 140F and continues to East Street.  History The former New York & New England Railroad station at Newington Junction was moved and restored during the construction of a CTfastrak station at the site, seen here three months before opening In 2001, a dedicated busway transit project was judged to be the most cost-effective way of relieving congestion on Interstate 84 between Hartford, West Hartford, Newington and New Britain.
 The 9.4-mile line was projected to cost $570 million, of which $400 million was funded by federal grants. The project officially broke ground on May 22, 2012 and opened to the public on March 28, 2015. Proof of payment is used for fare collection along the route. On June 23, 2015, CTDOT began issuing $75 tickets for riders found to have not paid their fare. Preliminary work estimated a $10 million annual cost of running the various CTfastrak routes and new feeder services.
In September 2015, CT Transit released that the yearly cost would be substantially higher at $17.5 million. Hartford Line The Hartford Line will open commuter rail service between New Haven, Connecticut and Springfield, Massachusetts via Hartford in early 2018. It will initially connect to CTfastrak at Union Station. Hartford Line stations adjacent to the CTfastrak stops at West Hartford (Flatbush Avenue) and Newington Junction are planned to open later.
The 2012 environmental assessment for the Hartford Line included preliminary plans for four infill stations including West Hartford and Newington Junction; although they were not yet funded, this would allow future planning and construction to be expedited. On January 12, 2015, the state announced that $5.75 million in funding would be made available for environmental mitigation and design at ten Hartford Line and New Haven Line stations, including design funding for Hartford Line platforms at West Hartford and Newington Junction.
 CTfastrak East Planning began in early 2016 for extending CTfastrak service to communities east of Hartford. The expansion would incorporate many of the BRT features of the existing system, including branded buses, large shelters, real-time information, and frequent all-day service. However, it would run on existing HOV lanes on I-84 and I-384 rather than a dedicated busway. References ^ "CTfastrak Ridership".
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^ "Fare Enforcement Begins on CTfastrak Bus Rapid Transit System: Riders Can Be Fined $75 Without Valid Proof Of Fare Payment" (Press release). Connecticut Department of Transportation. 23 June 2015. Retrieved 3 August 2015. ^ Stacom, Don; Kauffman, Matthew (28 September 2015). "Yearly Taxpayer Cost To Operate CTfastrak Jumps 75 Percent From Original Estimate". Hartford Courant. Retrieved 25 October 2015.
^ CDM Smith. "Section 1.3: Station and Layover Site Concept Plans" (PDF). NEW HAVEN-HARTFORD-SPRINGFIELD LINE HIGH SPEED INTERCITY PASSENGER RAIL PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT/ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT EVALUATION: Volume II Concept Design Drawings and Environmental Resource Graphics. Connecticut Department of Transportation. pp. 36,37. Retrieved 26 October 2015. ^ "GOV. MALLOY, BOND COMMISSION APPROVE DESIGN OF RAIL STATIONS ON HARTFORD AND NEW HAVEN LINES" (Press release).
State of Connecticut. 12 January 2015. Retrieved 26 October 2015. ^ "CTfastrak System Expansion" (PDF). CTfastrak. November 2015. Retrieved 4 March 2016. ^ STACOM, DON. "DOT: Hartford To UConn Bus Route Could Cost $1.4 Million A Year". courant.com. Retrieved 2017-02-09. External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to CTfastrak. Official website v t e Currently operating bus rapid transit systems in the United States California Escondido Breeze Rapid Los Angeles Orange Line Metro Rapid San Gabriel Valley Silver Streak Silver Line San Bernardino sbX San Diego SuperLoop Rapid San Jose Alum Rock-Santa Clara BRT Stockton Metro Express Colorado Fort Collins MAX Connecticut Hartford–New Britain CTfastrak Florida Jacksonville First Coast Flyer Orlando Lynx Lymmo South Miami-Dade Busway Massachusetts Boston MBTA Silver Line Michigan Grand Rapids Silver Line Minnesota Minneapolis-Saint Paul A Line Metro: Metro Red Line Missouri / Kansas Kansas City Metro Area Express New Jersey Newark go bus Penn XBL PABT Lincoln Tunnel XBL BBS Route 9 & 22 New Mexico Albuquerque Rapid Transit New York Albany and Schenectady BusPlus New York City MTA Select Bus Service North Carolina Charlotte Area Transit System Ohio Cleveland HealthLine Cleveland State Line Columbus CMAX Oregon Eugene Emerald Express Pennsylvania Pittsburgh MLK East Busway South Busway West Busway Philadelphia SEPTA Route 103 Tennessee Nashville Nashville MTA Gallatin Road Murfreesboro Pike Charlotte Pike Nolensville Pike Texas El Paso Sun Metro Brio San Antonio VIA Primo Utah Salt Lake City MAX Virginia Arlington-Alexandria Metroway Richmond GRTC Pulse Virginia Beach VB Wave Washington Snohomish County Swift Vancouver The Vine v t e Public transport in Connecticut CTTransit buses Hartford New Haven Stamford Waterbury, Meriden, and Wallingford New Britain and Bristol CTfastrak (BRT) Other bus agencies Bridgeport Enfield Estuary Housatonic Middletown Milford Northeast CT Northwest CT Norwalk Southeast Windham Rail services Metro-North-operated New Haven Line New Canaan Branch Danbury Branch Waterbury Branch Amtrak-operated Shore Line East New Haven–Springfield Shuttle Acela Express Northeast Regional Vermonter Under construction Hartford Line Proposed Central Corridor Rail Line Other Connecticut Rail Commuter Council Connecticut DOT Northeast Corridor Retrieved from "https://en.