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.
Signs have gone up on Interstate 84 in Willington, announcing the closing of the Connecticut Welcome Center westbound and the state rest area eastbound, effective July 1. The closings, along with the closings next fiscal […]
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says a proposed $567 million busway between New Britain and Hartford should move
Connecticut motorists can’t blame higher gasoline prices on the cost of oil alone.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has directed the Connecticut Department of Transportation to seek a share of $2.4 billion in federal money originally set aside for Florida’s high speed rail project.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has reappointed Leo Arnone as the Department of Correction commissioner and named an acting Department of Transportation commissioner.
Jeffrey A. Parker, the Interim Commissioner of the State Department of Transportation has submitted his letter of resignation.