Location and Transportation

A map of New England displaying radial travel times from the Hartford area.
Image obtained from Metro Hartford Alliance

People and businesses have consistently chosen Newington for their home because of its convenient and strategic location.

  • Halfway between New York City and Boston
  • 50 minutes from Long Island Sound
  • An easy ride into the mountain, ski and lake districts of New England

Newington is not only a great place to live and work, but also provides a great base for commerce and recreation as well.

Crisscrossed with State Arterial Roads , Newington has easy vehicular access to Interstate Highways 84 and 91 and is only 25 minutes from Bradley International Airport.

Five bus routes provide service along many of the main retail and employment corridors.

CTfastrak, Connecticut’s first Rapid Bus Transportation network, has two stops in Newington, at Cedar Street and Newington Junction, both poised for well-planned Transit Oriented Development.

A commuter rail system, the Hartford Line, begins service in 2018 with a new station proposed for Newington to be complete by 2022.  That will connect Newington by rail to Springfield, New Haven, New York, Philadelphia, Washington, DC and beyond.

A map highlighting the major roads of the Hartford area.
Image obtained from CT.gov