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Connecticut Transit fleet
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|Parent||Connecticut Department of Transportation|
|Headquarters||Hartford, Connecticut, United States|
|Service area||Metropolitan areas of Stamford, Hartford, New Haven, Waterbury, Meriden, New Britain, Bristol, and Wallingford|
|Service type||Local bus service|
|Routes||Buses operate 7 days a week in most divisions, with the exception of a few holidays in some. See CTtransit for the latest information concerning holiday schedules.|
|Operator||See table for each division|
|Chief executive||Cole Pouliot (HNS General Manager)|
This is the Connecticut state-wide bus service. The NovaBus LFS Artic, the first 60 foot bus in Connecticut, was ordered under the 2010 American Recovery & Rebuild Act.
Buses with an "A" prefix are assigned to DATTCO of New Britain or Waterbury (Northeast Transportation) services.
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