At some point in the near future, if I want to travel to Hartford and not have to pay an arm and a leg for parking downtown (or parking in Great River Park and walking across the bridge), I'll be able to drive to the Enfield train station in Thompsonville, hop on the commuter rail for what will hopefully be a reasonable fee, and ride down to Union Station.
This is very exciting.
Less exciting but still interesting is the fact that I could, once at Union Station, ride that silly busway to New Britain. Maybe I could get off in the swamp near Cedar Street in Newington. Why not? There's going to be a station there.
But that swamp will soon become much more accessible to me. And that's pretty exciting, too.
Now all I need is an easier way to get to the airport.