There are parts that are OK..a friend of mine just purchased a co-op near the water in Bridgeport but the commute might be longer because of traffic. I would try Norwalk..it's less expensive then Stamford and closer (It's just the next town over) Traffic on 95 and the Merritt is pretty heavy during rush hour because alot of people commute from local towns to Stamford. Seymour, as suggested is farther then 30 minutes.
by KathyS - 5 hours ago
Bridgeport is the worst city in CT and one of the worst in the Northeast. Compares to Newark or Camden.
by Jet - 5 hours ago
I'd avoid MOST of Bridgeport....look for a place in the valley....Woodbridge, Seymour, Derby, ect......Good luck to you.
by everything's eventual - 5 hours ago
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