Snow Makes For Slick CommuteThis afternoon's snow has made for a mess on state highways and roads.
Looks Like The End For Route 11 ExpansionIt's the end of the line--literally--for the Route 11 extension project in Salem.
Connecticut Seatbelt Use Drops Below National AverageAs the state embarks on the national campaign to remind motorists and passengers to use their seatbelts, comes word that compliance in Connecticut has dropped a bit below the national average.
New Plow Trucks On The WayConnecticut transportation officials are getting ready for winter with 114 new plow trucks, supplies and support equipment.
Operating Costs Of Bus-Only Corridor Rises On Larger Routes
Connecticut Transit Plan Spares Stately Merritt Parkway
Final Distracted Driving Crackdown Planned Near DanburyThe fourth and final crackdown on distracted drivers is being held in the Danbury area.
Malloy to Announce Transportation Funding Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and other Connecticut officials are expected to announce state funding for several major transportation projects throughout the state.
Connecticut Bill Requires Study Of Road Treatmentsonnecticut Transportation Commissioner James Redeker said Friday he's willing to review whether it makes sense to add rust inhibitors to chemical road treatments used to clear ice and snow on state roads and highways, as his agency faces complaints from motorists, truckers and local fire officials about corroded vehicles.
Power Problems Delay Metro North Into New York
Meeting Planned On Stamford Train Station ProjectCommuters are getting a chance to learn more about a development project planned for the Stamford train station.
Millions Awarded In Fatal CrashA jury on Monday awarded a total of $6.7 million to the estate of a man killed in a highway crash caused by a state worker and to another man who was injured. Connecticut officials say they will appeal the decision, which found the state liable for 30 percent of the damages.