New On-Campus Middletown Area Transit Bus Stop

The WSA has worked with Middletown Area Transit to bring the M-LINK bus to campus. Each Saturday, the bus will head to the Westfield Mall, Wal-Mart, and Meriden. A one-way trip costs only $1.25 (you need exact change!).

For those students staying on campus over break, the bus will begin leaving from the corner of Williams and High starting tomorrow, March 6.

Details after the jump.

Leaves from Williams & High: 8:40, 10:40, 12:40, 3:40*

*If you take the 3:40 bus, there is no bus back to campus/Middletown

STOPS:

Wesleyan (Williams and High St.), Washington Plaza, East Main Street/Meriden, Liberty St./Pearl St., Meridian Rail StationWestfield Shoppingtown*, Middle St./Aetna Dr., Route 372 Wal-Mart, Middletown Terminal

*The mall website with more info: http://westfield.com/meriden/.

GETTING BACK TO MIDDLETOWN:

Buses leave from these destinations at each of the times listed below.

Washington Plaza                             8:35-40, 10:35-40, 12:35-40, 3:35-40

East Main Street/Meriden               8:42, 10:42, 12:42, 3:42

Liberty St./Pearl St.                           8:45, 10:55, 12:45, 3:45

Meridan Rail Station.                       8:50, 11:00, 12:50, 3:50

Westfield Shoppingtown (Mall)    9:00, 11:05, 1:00, 4:00

Middle St/Aetna Dr.                          9:10, 11:10, 1:10, 4:10

Route 372 Wal-Mart                          9:17, 11:17, 1:17, 4:17

Williams & High                                9:30, 11:30, 1:30, 4:30

22 thoughts on “New On-Campus Middletown Area Transit Bus Stop

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  3. Zach, WSA

    In response to #6: For now the M-LINK is only stopping at WES on Saturdays, but the director of Middletown Transit is working to expand it to the weekdays, contingent on state approval. Stay tuned…
    Currently, you can flag down one of the other Middletown transit buses that drive through campus on Church Street, and the driver will let you on.

  4. Zach, WSA

    In response to #6: For now the M-LINK is only stopping at WES on Saturdays, but the director of Middletown Transit is working to expand it to the weekdays, contingent on state approval. Stay tuned…
    Currently, you can flag down one of the other Middletown transit buses that drive through campus on Church Street, and the driver will let you on.

  5. anon

    well if you want to spend 25 dollars to get to meriden as opposed to 1.25, have fun with that. i’m hopping on the bus.

  6. anon

    well if you want to spend 25 dollars to get to meriden as opposed to 1.25, have fun with that. i’m hopping on the bus.

  7. anonymous

    the middletown bus schedules are easy to access. they have a website. middletownareatransit.org

  8. anonymous

    the middletown bus schedules are easy to access. they have a website. middletownareatransit.org

  9. Syed

    We shouldn’t have to walk into town to catch the buses. We’re significant members of the Middletown community and should be treated as such. Especially seeing there’s plenty of students – especially underclassmen- who don’t have cars. This is one of the best things the WSA has done this year in my opinion.

  10. Syed

    We shouldn’t have to walk into town to catch the buses. We’re significant members of the Middletown community and should be treated as such. Especially seeing there’s plenty of students – especially underclassmen- who don’t have cars. This is one of the best things the WSA has done this year in my opinion.

  11. anon

    cuz god forbid u ever walk down to town and catch the buses there- it would be nice tho if middletown transit made their schedules much easier to access

  12. anon

    cuz god forbid u ever walk down to town and catch the buses there- it would be nice tho if middletown transit made their schedules much easier to access

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