New Haven To Springfield Line Still Popular

Over ten thousand people hopped on  Connecticut's new commuter rail line in its first week of existence.  

The state is reporting that close to eleven thousand people rode the Hartford  Line last Monday through Sunday.  

The line's southernmost station is  New Haven, and it makes stops in Wallingford, Meriden and Berlin before  arriving at Hartford's Union Station.  

The commuter line then continues north, stopping in Windsor and Windsor Locks, then in Springfield.


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