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.
A critic of Metro-North Railroad is the first appointee of a new commuter rail oversight board in Connecticut.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has rejected a request by Connecticut to streamline the paperwork for a multimillion-dollar high-speed rail project.
ROCKY HILL, Conn. (AP) _ Crossing the Connecticut River will get more expensive. The state Department of Transportation is increasing fares in two stages. The first increase is scheduled to occur July 8. The second […]
By JOHN CHRISTOFFERSEN Associated Press BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) _ Commuter trains damaged in a crash in Connecticut were being removed Sunday in the first step to making repairs and restoring service, the agency that runs […]
A Massachusetts firm is the winning bidder for the largest construction contract for the 9.4-mile Hartford-to-New Britain busway.
The 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.
Metro-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.
Connecticut has been awarded $30 million in federal transportation funding for a planned high-speed rail project between New Haven and Springfield, Mass.
Jeffrey A. Parker, the Interim Commissioner of the State Department of Transportation has submitted his letter of resignation.