We support transportation alternatives such as carpooling and using public transportation rather than using personal vehicles​ in order to promote a more sustainable college community.

Sustainable Transportation Options

  • bus pass

    Trinity students may contact [email protected] or visit the Office of Community Service and Civic Engagement located in the basement of Mather Hall to request a Bantam Bus Pass for unlimited free rides on CT Transit, our bus system.

  • This pass is made available to students through a collaboration between the Office of Community Service and Civic Engagement and Trinity College’s Student Government Association (SGA).
  • To plan your trip and see the bus schedules visit the CT Transit website. Trinity College is serviced by the 61 Broad Street bus route and 37-39-41 New Britain bus routes.
  • A regular adult fare is priced at $1.75, you must bring exact change.
  • Bring your bike to campus. Bike racks are available across campus, along the Long Walk, on Vernon St., and more. See the campus map‘s sustainability toggle to see the available bike racks.
  • You can check out BiCiCo in Hartford for a cheap bike and for bike repairs.
  • Wheeli
    • Carpooling app for college students. Can be download from your smartphone’s app store.

The Trinity shuttle provides free transportation from Mather Circle to Westfarms Mall, Whole Foods, and other local businesses. The schedule is available at the Welcome Desk in Mather Hall.

4 charging ports are located in the Crescent Street north parking lot. The EV charging stations were installed in 2015 and replaced in 2023.

Two level two charging ports were added to Facilities in 2023 with a potential to expand to other areas of the campus.

The Trinity vehicle fleet includes two plug-in hybrid electric minivans, an electric zamboni for the ice rink, and an electric golf cart.