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Public Hearing Notice  

Due to possible funding reductions by the State of CT, SEAT is considering major service reductions which could take effect July 1, 2018.  The proposed changes are:

  • Eliminate Night Service
  • Eliminate Sunday Service
  • Eliminate Route/Run 10 (Stonington)
  • Eliminate Route/Run 109 (St. Bernard Tripper – plan to start NL service earlier, and change Route/Runs 1/101 alignment to serve St. Bernard’s)
  • Eliminate Route/Run 121 (Three Rivers Express - plan to start NL service earlier, and change Route/Runs 1/101 alignment to serve Three Rivers)
  • Eliminate Saturday Route 101 AM Tripper
  • Eliminate Route 108 (Foxwoods) service between 10 AM to 2 PM
  • Shorten Saturday Service to 7 AM to 6 PM
  • Reduce Frequency on Saturdays for Route/Runs 8/9, 4/5 or 6, and 12/14 to every 120 minutes.
  • Increase 31 Day Pass to $60 or $68 (currently at $50)
  • Decrease 5 Day Pass to $16 (currently at $20)

Public Hearings will be held on the following dates/times at the following locations:

  • Monday, April 9, 6 PM at Norwich City Hall, Room 335 (100 Broadway Street, Norwich, CT)
  • Tuesday, April 10, 6 PM at the Groton Senior Center (102 Newtown Road, Groton, CT)
  • Wednesday, April 11, 5 PM at the Griswold Senior Center (22 Soule Street, Jewett City, CT)
  • Thursday, April 12, 6 PM at the New London City Hall (181 State Street, New London, CT)
  • Monday, April 16, 6 PM, at Stonington High School (176 South Broad Street, Pawcatuck, CT)

Comments can also be made electronically to information@seatransit.org or on our website at http://www.seatbus.com/contact-us/

Please contact us @ 860-886-2631 if you require special assistance to comment/Por favor contáctenos en 860-886-2631 si necesita asistencia especial a comentar.

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Who can apply for ADA Paratransit service?

Anyone with a disability can apply for ADA Paratransit service.  A disability is defined as:

"A physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more of major life activities of such individual; a record of such; or being regarded as having such an impairment" 

[Section 37.3 (4)]

The ADA is a civil rights legislation that guarantees people with disabilities equal access to the same services that people without disabilities have access to.  It behooves ADA Paratransit providers, therefore, to establish a thorough, equitable and accurate eligibility process.

SEAT implemented the following process:

  • Application materials are mailed to new applicants upon request and to applicants needing re certification. Applications can be downloaded here.

  • Applications can be completed on-line by clicking HERE.

  • Please contact SEAT's ADA Coordinator directly at 860-886-2631, extension 101 for alternate formats of information about ADA services.

  • All applications are reviewed upon receipt.

  • ADA Coordinator will contact the individual to schedule a face-to-face interview held at Southeast Area Transit District - Administration Office, transportation at no charge will be provided. 

  • You can contact the SEAT ADA Coordinator directly at 860-886-2631, extension 101.

  • Professional Verification could be needed before making a eligibility decision.

  • Individual will be notified by telephone and in writing of their eligibility.