Federal transportation officials said Tuesday they found gun components and ammunition hidden inside stuffed animals — including a Mickey Mouse — carried by a passenger at Rhode Island’s T.F. Green Airport on Monday, and that the incident was related to a domestic disagreement.
Connecticut has received $51 million in federal money to help repair roads that were damaged by the remnants of Hurricane Irene and the rare October snowstorm.
A jury has awarded $1.6 million to a Thomaston man who sued the state Department of Transportation over injuries he suffered in a 2007 accident on an icy road.
Connecticut’s Department of Transportation is beginning to study whether a multi-use trail along the Merritt Parkway, stretching from Greenwich to Stratford, is feasible.
University of Connecticut students can now check out bicycles from the campus library.
The state is drafting an economic development plan for Connecticut’s ports.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and Representative Chris Murphy say Connecticut will be hurt by proposed cuts in federal transportation funding now being considered by Congress.
The U.S. Secretary of Transportation says cash-strapped police departments around the country need subsidies to boost enforcement of state laws against distracted driving.
A derailed piece of work equipment halted Metro-North train service between Bridgeport and Fairfield Friday night.
The co-chairman of the General Assembly’s Transportation Committee says he’s been assured by the governor’s office that certain noncommercial rest stops will remain open, despite Connecticut’s budget challenges.