Approaching the City
The Danbury Municipal Airport, the second busiest in the state, offers general aviation services on its two runways and includes charter services, plane rentals, and hangar space. The closest major commercial airports are John F. Kennedy International and LaGuardia (both in New York City, about 65 miles away), and Newark Liberty International Airport (Newark, New Jersey). The state's largest airport is Bradley International (Windsor Locks) that saw 6.7 million passengers in 2004. Stewart International Airport in Newburgh, NY is also nearby and accessible via westbound I-84. Metro-North carries rail passengers and commuters.
Traveling in the City
The Housatonic Area Regional Transit (HART) system operates a growing network of buses. Established in 1972, it provides 15 fixed routes, paratransit services for 5 municipalities, dial-a-ride, commuter shuttle services, and a downtown trolley.
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