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The BAT 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 the University of Maine. The City of Bangor supplies service to these communities on a contractual basis.
The routes are within walking distance of 75% of the population of the six communities.
Major Arterial services include the following:
- Route 1A area of Hampden, Bangor, and Brewer
- Route 2 area of Old Town, Orono, Veazie, and Bangor
- Route 15 area of Bangor and Brewer
- Route 222 area in Bangor
- Route 9 area in Brewer
BAT Community Connector provides service system-wide Monday through Friday. Saturday service is offered for all routes except Hampden (no Saturday service). No Sunday service is provided. The basic hours of operation are from 6:15 a.m. to 6:15 p.m.
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BAT Community Connector can be reached at 992-4670 or email@example.com.
The EMCC Shuttle provides transportation on campus and to Rangeley Hall to help students get to and from classes without worrying about parking.
EMCC Shuttle Schedule:
Monday through Friday – In front of Maine Hall at 7:40am, 8:40am, 9:40am, 10:40am, 11:40am, 12:40 pm
Monday through Friday – In front of Rangeley Hall at 8:00am, 9:00am, 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm
If you require transportation on campus outside of these hours, please contact the Office of Safety & Security at 1-207-745-6090. Safety and Security will give rides at any time when possible when the Eagle Express is unavailable. Looking for off campus transportation? Check out the free rides available on the BAT Bus to EMCC students.