BRIDGEPORT, CT (June 25, 2013) – Mayor Bill Finch and Greater Bridgeport Transit officials urge City residents to come to the Greater Bridgeport Transit Main Bus Terminal at 710 Water St., to cool off on Tuesday, June 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

“High temperatures and high humidity are a deadly mix, especially for the elderly and those who don’t have access to air conditioning. I urge anyone who needs a place to cool off to come to the bus terminal or visit a local senior center or one of our libraries to stay cool today,” said Mayor Finch.

More information about how to stay cool in hot weather can be found on the City of Bridgeport’s Emergency Management website at or download the Emergency Management’s Extreme Heat guide directly at

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