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FILE PHOTO - Bradley International Airport (ConnDOT photo)

Bradley Airport Closes For De-Icing

Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks was closed for just over two hours midday Sunday, to give crews an opportunity to deal with icing on the ramps and equipment.

01/18/2015

metro-north

Waterbury Trains Boost Metro North Ridership

WATERBURY, Conn. (AP) – The addition of two late-night weekend trains on the Waterbury branch of Metro-North Railroad has increased weekend ridership more than the commuter rail line expected. Two new trains have been running […]

01/06/2015

Connecticut State Police Patch

Holiday Traffic Enforcement Continues

(Middletown, Conn./CBS Connecticut) – State police are continuing the holiday enforcement detail. The operation began midnight on Tuesday. Additional troopers continue to patrol state roads and highways and will continues to do so until midnight […]

01/01/2015

Highway Tolls (File Photo)

Return of Tolls A Possibilty

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he plans to focus heavily on Connecticut’s transportation needs in the new year and is not ruling out tolls as a possible way to help foot […]

12/29/2014

(Courtesy Department of Transportation)

Cost Of Riding The Rails Going Up

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ Connecticut commuter rail passengers will pay more in the New Year to ride the train. Starting Jan. 1, fares on the New Haven Line and Shore Line East will increase about […]

12/25/2014

(Photo Courtesy David Kaplan)

This Little Piggy Couldn’t Fly

A pig was ordered off a U.S. Airways plane at Bradley International Airport in Connecticut on Wednesday after crew members determined the animal had become disruptive,

11/30/2014

(Courtesy Deputy Chief Brian Foley/ Hartford Police)

Plane Loses Power, Crashes On Busway

Hartford police report a plane has landed on the CTfastrak busway, at Flatbush and Newfield near the Hartford-West Hartford line.

11/29/2014

New CT Fastrack (WTIC's Michael Guerrera)

Hartford-New Britain Busway To Begin Service In March

The state Department of Transportation says the $567 million bus-only corridor between Hartford and New Britain will begin operating in late March.

11/25/2014

Amtrak Train (Getty Images)

Amtrak Worries About Northeast’s “Achilles’ Heel”

For tens of thousands of rail travelers in the Northeast each day, making a curtain time or simply getting to work can hinge on a bridge built two years before the Titanic sank.

11/15/2014