Public Transportation

Train Service:

Metro North Railroad
Local commuter trains to and from New Haven to New York City (Grand Central Terminal). Local stops include Greenwich, Cos Cob, Riverside, and Old Greenwich RR stations.
(203) 869-2663
Automated information system (800) 638-7646

Parking:
Parking at RR stations in Greenwich is by permit or metered spaces. Permits are available by mail or in person and are renewable every Oct. 1. Call the Parking Permit Office.
Parking Permit Office (203) 622-7730

Greenwich Finance Department
Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich
Metered spaces, in Greenwich only, take quarters only. If all metered spaces are taken, you may use parking spaces marked in yellow. These cost $5 and police put a bill on your car.

Bus Service:

CT Transit
Bus company run by CT Dept. of Transportation. Operates one route in Greenwich. Call or visit the website for assistance in choosing the right bus and obtaining schedules.  
(203) 327-7433  

K-Bus
Starts at the Stamford RR station, goes through Greenwich to Port Chester, where transfers to Westchester Bee-Line are available. Hourly buses, more in rush hour.  

L-Bus
Goes from Sound Beach Ave. & East Putnam Ave. in Old Greenwich to the Stamford RR station and out Long Ridge Rd to North Stamford.  

I-Bus
Express bus connecting Greenwich and White Plains RR stations via interstate highways.  

Greenwich Commuter Connection (800) 982-8420  Public shuttle bus linking Greenwich RR station and employment sites in Greenwich central business district during morning and late afternoon rush hours.       

CT Transit
Public Transportation for persons with disabilities who cannot use a public bus.
State ID card discounts for seniors (over 65) and disabled.
(203) 327-7433

Call-A-Ride
Free door-to-door transportation for Greenwich ambulatory senior citizens
(203) 661-6633  

 

Information Provided from Greenwich Board of Realtors