Free bus service now offered in Bridgeport for next 3 months

The Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority will be suspending the collection of fares from April 1 through June 30 on both fixed route and GBT Access services.

News 12 Staff

Apr 1, 2022, 4:25 PM

Updated 787 days ago

Share:

The Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority is now offering free bus service for the next three months.
The Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority will be suspending the collection of fares from April 1 through June 30 on both fixed route and GBT Access services.
Officials say passengers can take any bus, in any direction, as often as they would like – free of charge.
Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority head Doug Holcolm, accompanied by state lawmakers, pushed this effort on Friday to get people back on the bus as COVID cases dwindle and gas prices inflate.
Holcolm says the free fares are a great incentive for immigrants, veterans and students to take full advantage of this public transit holiday.
For updates on the fare suspension and other Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority programs, visit gogbt.com.


More from News 12