Greyhound Bus Lines 30 Station Pl, Stamford, CT06902 Located on the lower level of the Stamford Transportation Center, Greyhound is a long-standing choice for travelers who…More want to "leave the driving" to someone else. A small, storefront mini-terminal offers scheduling and package express services for those purchasing bus tickets or transferring from train to bus.
Connecticut Transit 26 Elm Ct, Stamford, CT06902 Owned by the Connecticut Department of Transportation and serving the Stamford, Waterbury, New Britain/Bristol, Meriden,…More Wallingford, New Haven and Hartford metro areas, Connecticut Transit (CTTransit) plays a large part in how people throughout the state get around via public transportation. In Stamford, CTTransit operates 15 bus routes, many of them seven days a week. The city's bus system also includes connections to routes in nearby Norwalk, the Metro-North Railroad and the I-Bus, a Stamford-White Plains, NY express connection.
Laidlaw Transit Inc 11 Brown House Rd, Stamford, CT06902 When it comes to the way people get around throughout the greater Stamford area, Laidlaw Transit plays a large…More part. Managed by First Transit Inc. and one of the nation's largest bus transportation providers, Laidlaw provides local bus transportation for the Stamford public school system.
Student Transportation of America 106 Commerce Rd, Stamford, CT06902 Student Transportation of America is a private company that transports children to and from their respective schools.…More This particular organization is not affliated with any school district and offers its services on an "as needed" basis. Services include yellow, short bus and van transportation. They also provide for children with special needs.
Stamford Iron & Metal 640 Canal St, Stamford, CT06902 Stamford Iron & Metal, part of the Sims Metal Management network, offers a wide variety of metal and…More electronics recycling services. It handles bus recycling, marine demolition and wire chopping.
Heritage Park Atlantic St & Main St, Stamford, CT06901 Heritage Park, also known as Veteran's Park, is located on the west side of the Stamford Town Center complex. The park…More includes several native varieties of trees, as well as monuments to the area's veterans. The park is bustling with people: it borders a bus stop, is a right of way to offices and is a popular lunch spot on nice days.
Student Transportation of America 328 Selleck St, Stamford, CT06902 Student Transportation of America provides the transportation of students to and from their respective…More schools. This particular company is a private organization that was established with the cost-cutting efforts of school districts in mind. Services include short and long bus transportation, as well as van rides and handicapped student services. The company can also provide managed and chartered rides. Call or visit the website for more details.
Bank of America 14 High Ridge Rd, Stamford, CT06905 This Bank of America location is just outside downtown and is a recently remodeled, nice-looking branch. With lots of…More friendly tellers and a huge parking lot this is an easily accessible Bank of America. If you'd like to speak with a financial advisor you should call ahead and make an appointment because there is not usually one on the premises. The drive-thru is strangely across the street separate from the bank branch but it is even more easily accessible. There is also a bus stop nearby.
Super 8 is a great option when it comes to convenient, clean, short-term motel stays. The Stamford…More location, on Grenhart Road, is right off I-95's exit 6 and is very accessible to travelers to the area.
Open 24 hours, the pet-friendly hotel's amenities include a business center, free continental breakfast, free high-speed Internet, truck/bus parking and a free shuttle to and from downtown Stamford and the train station.
Local 443 is the Stamford chapter of the Amalgamated Transit Union, the largest labor organization representing…More transit workers in North America. This chapter works hard to protect the rights of its members: light rail operators, bus drivers, maintenance personnel and other transit sector employees.
The issues that the Stamford ATU is involved with include driver's license regulations, drug and alcohol testing, emergency response and preparedness training, energy independence, health and safety concerns, social security and transit funding.