Midway between Boston and New York City.
Madison, is conveniently located on the Connecticut shoreline midway between Boston and New York City. Due to our strategic geographic location, access to interstates, deep water seaports, rail and international air travel is a easily accessible. Just 20 miles north of New Haven, many major cities are within a 2 hour drive.

Water Transportation

Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Company
Ferry between Bridgeport, CT & Port Jefferson, Long Island, NY

New Haven Port Authority - Deep Water Port

Cross Sound Ferry
Ferry between New London, CT & Orient Point, Long Island, NY

Interstate Highways

Interstate 95 - Exits 60, 61, 62


Shore Line East Train Station
77 Bradley Road
Madison, CT  06443

*Shore Line East (SLE) trains run seven days a week including holidays, making stops at New London, Old Saybrook, Westbrook, Clinton, Madison, Guilford, Branford, and New Haven at State Street and Union Station, with limited express service to/from West Haven, Bridgeport and Stamford. Connecting service is available at Union Station, New Haven for Amtrak  and Metro-North.
rail transportation

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