Contractor Will Reimburse Motorists For Asphalt DamageThe Connecticut transportation department says a highway contractor will compensate motorists for damage to their cars as a result of a highway lane opened before asphalt dried.
DOT Seeks Feedback On Highway Project
Numerous Winter Storms Put DOT Budget In The Red
The Toll Debate Goes on
Billions Needed To Keep State's Bridges Safe Hundreds of bridges in Connecticut are structurally deficient and officials say the state will need to spend billions of dollars in the coming years on the aging spans.
First Appointee Named To Rail Oversight Board A critic of Metro-North Railroad is the first appointee of a new commuter rail oversight board in Connecticut.
Federal DOT Rejects State Effort To Streamline Rail Project PaperworkThe U.S. Department of Transportation has rejected a request by Connecticut to streamline the paperwork for a multimillion-dollar high-speed rail project.
Ferry Fares Rising
Damaged Train Cars Being Removed
Largest Busway Contract AwardedA Massachusetts firm is the winning bidder for the largest construction contract for the 9.4-mile Hartford-to-New Britain busway.
"Poor" Condition Bridges IncreaseThe number of bridges maintained by the Connecticut Department of Transportation that are rated in poor condition has grown over the past decade as they age.
Train Woes Prompt Meeting With Metro-NorthMetro-North officials have agreed to meet with emergency responders from Westport to address concerns that passengers were stuck on a train for almost an hour last week in triple-digit heat.