As any current Wes student will tell you, one area in which Middletown is seriously lacking is its ability to help you get out of Middletown. The closest train station is in Meriden, though your best bet for getting out of town is to go to Union Station in New Haven or Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks. Getting there, though, is quite the challenge, which is why we at Wesleying, with help from our friends at the Peer Advisor Blog, have attempted to compile a list of the car-less ways to get to Connecticut’s two main transportation hubs.
The WSA Shuttle Committee has some important info about the Thanksgiving buses:
The New York bus drops off and picks up at 42nd Street/Lexington Ave and the Boston bus picks up and drops off at 700 Atlantic Ave. The buses are white and say Premier limousine on the sides. One of the bus drivers for the New York run is Dan and his cell is 860-638-7346 and one of the bus drivers for Boston is Ray and his cell is 860-209-1425. If there are any problems, call one of the drivers or the main number at 1-866-885-5466.