The five towns are linked to each other by public bus transportation and a Shoreline East commuter train that links in New Haven with Metro North trains to New York City. Amtrak service is also available locally, and connects Connecticut residents to national Amtrak routes.
Local airports in Connecticut include Tweed-New Haven Regional Airport, in New Haven and Bradley International Airport near Hartford. and T.F. Green Airport in Warwick, Rhode Island, just west of Providence.
Amtrak's Northeast Corridor train service is available locally in Old Saybrook or New Haven, Connecticut and serves the East Coast from Maine to Florida. Metro North serves New Haven to New York City and Shore Line East serves each of the Connecticut shoreline communities from New London to New Haven.
Public bus service is available along the Route 1 corridor from New Haven east to Madison, and then with a transfer, from Madison to Old Saybrook.