The Bradley area is located in the heart of New England, making it an ideal place for business.
Bradley International Airport
Many airlines currently service Bradley, several with international flights, making Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks a key tool for companies looking to either cultivate new or utilize preexisting international connections. Bradley International Airport also has a number of nonstop flights across the United States, including service to all major metropolitan areas. The close proximity to Bradley International Airport makes it very easy to travel for business.
Road & Highway
Access to Major Cities: Bradley is less than a two-hour drive to New York City and Boston. There are over 100 million potential customers within an eight-hour drive, representing 23% of the total U.S. economy and 85% of the Canadian economy, including key market cities such as Washington D.C., Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Rochester, Buffalo, Toronto, Montreal, and Quebec.
Interstate Highways: The Bradley area includes direct connections to major freeways: I-91, I-291, I-90, and I-84.
CT’s Interactive Highway Travel Map
With fast, frequent, and reliable train service between New Haven, Hartford, and Springfield, the CTrail Hartford Line quickly and easily connects you to communities along the 1-91 corridor and New Haven Line service to New York City, Amtrak Northeast Corridor rail services, Vermonter, and Shore Line East service.
Carpool & Vanpool
Connecticut has an extensive ridesharing program, saving commuters thousands of dollars each year.
Bus / CT Transit
There are multiple bus services around the area including CT Transit, Bradley Flyer, and CTfastrak.
Bicycle & Pedestrian
There are miles of walking and biking paths in the Bradley area, offering plenty of options for those with an active lifestyle.