The Bangor Region is in the center of a powerful triangle of markets in New York, Montreal and Halifax. Our transportation network includes an international airport complex that is open 24/7, Interstate 95 and other major routes that provide overnight ground transportation to major U.S. and Canadian markets, modern rail and intermodal connections, and three ocean ports within easy reach.
The Community Connector Bus Service
The Community Connector is a fixed route public transit system operated by the City of Bangor for the communities of the Greater Bangor Urbanized Area. These include Bangor, Brewer, Veazie, Orono, Old Town, and Hampden. The bus also provides service to Husson University, NESCom (New England School of Communications), Eastern Maine Community College and the University of Maine. The City of Bangor has operated public transport since Dec. 1972 and supplies service to these communities on a contractual basis. Its base of operation is 481 Maine Ave., Bangor. Courtesy of www.bangormaine.gov
The Bangor International Airport
Bangor International Airport has emerged as Maine’s friendly, hassle-free airport, and the best choice for getting to and from the Bangor region. With competitive airfares, and the lowest fees for services such as parking, Bangor ensures the smartest travel choice. Passengers notice the difference at one of the fastest growing regional airports in the United States. The airport offers a broad range of convenient and affordable jet service to major destinations. Our terminals are easy to get to and easy to get through. We have all the services and amenities you need to start your trip without the usual airport stress. We save you time, money and a lot of aggravation. Courtesy of www.flybangor.com
Regional bus service
The Bangor region is a hub for many commercial bus lines including Concord Trailways and Greyhound. In addition, the region is served by Cyr Bus Line which provides services for schools as well as coach bus excursions.