Department of Transportation
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is responding to concerns after a report identified numerous structurally deficient bridges across the state.
BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) _ A crew doing paving work on Interstate 95 in Stamford accidently damaged the highway, forcing emergency repairs that resulted in a 19-mile backup during the morning commute. The Department of Transportation […]
All this week, the state Department of Transportation is urging Connecticut commuters to share a ride. The DOT is promoting CTrides Week through Friday. The goal is to get drivers, for at least one day, […]
This is National Work Zone Safety Awareness week. In Connecticut, the state will be kicking off the week on Tuesday with an event at the offices of the state Department of Transportation in Berlin. Among […]
The state Department of Transportation is beginning a rehabilitation of the Putnam Bridge between Glastonbury and Wethersfield that will include lane closures during off-peak times for the next two years.
The approaching late winter snowstorm comes as officials with the state Department of Transportation crunches numbers. The department has used just about all of its 2013 budget of around $29.5 million. However, the federal government […]
The state Department of Transportation is teaming up with Metro-North Railroad and Connecticut Light and Power in announcing a tree removal program along the Metro North New Haven commuter line in Stamford and Greenwich. Officials […]
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A group representing trucking companies is asking Connecticut lawmakers to ban an ice-melting chemical the state uses on its roads, saying it’s too corrosive. The Motor Transport Association of Connecticut says […]
Connecticut’s Department of Transportation and the state’s largest electric utility, armed with millions of dollars in extra resources, are both aggressively taking chain saws to many of the state’s trees– the main culprits in last year’s storms that left roads blocked and thousands of residents without power for days.
Old Saybrook police say four homes and some businesses in an area north of Route 1 and Route 154 in their town flooded Thursday afternoon.