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Curtis Kids: Family Resources Handbook – Transportation

Note: The information in this category is organized by type of transportation. The “See Also:….” reference at the end of a listing indicates the organization can also be found in other categories.


Amtrak Downeaster
Visitors Center, 16 Station Avenue, Brunswick; 207-780-1000; 1-800-USA-RAIL
• Two daily trips between Brunswick and Boston.
• Free long term parking, 86 Union St.


Bath CityBus
Planning & Development Department
55 Front Street, Bath; 443-8363
• Transportation for anyone within Bath on north & south service loops; M-F, 8-5:30, $1/ride; frequent rider discounts available

Bath Trolley
Planning & Development Department
55 Front Street, Bath; 443-8363
• Runs 6 days/wk, June to Columbus Day

Brunswick Explorer
16 Station Avenue, Brunswick; 721-9600
• Operates M-F, 7 to 7 hourly; 13 stops-see website; call 701-9723 to request stop; Handicap accessible vehicles; bike racks on front

Coastal Trans; 596-6605 (Administration) 563-5555 (Dispatch)
• Non-emergency medical transport for MaineCare eligible riders, elders, disabled or low-income individuals
• Dispatch center open M-F, 7:30 am to 3 pm (closed 12-12:30 & holidays)
• It is requested that all rides be set up 48 hours in advance. Call 1-800-289-6605
to set up a ride
• See Volunteer Opportunities

Concord Coach Lines
Visitors Center, 16 Station Avenue, Brunswick; 1-800-639-3317
• Southbound trip(s) daily; stops: Portland, Boston, Logan
• Northbound trip(s) daily; 11 stops between Brunswick and Orono

Greyhound Bus Line
7-11, 152 Maine St., Brunswick; 1-800-231-2222; 207, 782-0311
• Connects to anywhere Greyhound travels.

Other Information:
Maine Eastern Railroad ; -Tourist train from Brunswick to Rockland late June- mid October

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