Operating since 1982, COAST has transported passengers all around the Seacoast region, offering access to Rockingham and Strafford counties as well as Berwick, Maine.
Wildcat Route 4 provides frequent service between Portsmouth and Durham-UNH campus via Newington. Routes are open to the public and connect Market Square to the West End (via Islington) and the malls (via Woodbury and Maplewood Aves). Durham is the Wildcat Transit hub with additional service to Newmarket and Dover as well. Wildcat Route 4 connects you with the Amtrak Downeaster station on the Durham campus. UNH Faculty/Staff and Students ride free with ID. Seniors are offered half-price fare.
C & J Trailways offers a convenient method of traveling between Portsmouth and Boston or New York.
Seacoast Airport Service is located in Portsmouth and Epping, New Hampshire, both of which are only about an hour away from the three major airports in the New England area.
There are many reasons to walk, ride your bike, take the bus, or share a ride to work. You’ll be happier, healthier, and wealthier when you choose one of these smart commuting options.
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TripLink is a regional transportation call center, serving 38 towns between Newton and Wakefield, NH. They provide a Community Transportation Directory and a Common Application for various nonprofit transportation services including COAST.
TripLink accepts a Common Application for transportation services online. Based on your age, where you live, and whether you have a disability, they will provide you with a list of services for which you might qualify. The list will include a description of the service and the eligibility requirements. When you complete the application, it will be provided to all the transportation providers on your list.