The speed limit and red light cameras would be limited to school zones, pedestrian safety zones and locations with a history of accidents or violations.
The CT House unanimously passed a bill that would continue efforts to identity risky exit ramps and provide detection and warning systems.
Cameras will begin enforcing speed limits at highway work zones in Connecticut in a pilot program that begins April 10, the day after Easter.
CT plans to buy technology that alerts wrong-way drivers. But the DOT commissioner says more can be done — particularly to reduce drunk driving.
A legislative panel unanimously endorsed the nomination of Garrett Eucalitto, and CT’s construction industry supported him as well.
The ‘Hartford 400’ project could take 15 years and cost $17 billion. It’s gaining funding and support, but the CT DOT hasn’t signed off.
Since the start of the pandemic, the number of people dying in traffic crashes in Connecticut has surged and shows no signs of slowing.
As Gov. Ned Lamont heads toward election day, he can point to a robust climate change record — thanks largely to the Biden administration.
In Connecticut, the number of pedestrians struck and killed by cars has more than doubled over the past 10 years.
Connecticut began a fare-free bus program for riders on April 1 — along with the state’s gas tax holiday. Here’s what the numbers show.
CT Transit bus ridership is recovering to pre-pandemic levels, and free fares are believed to be a key reason why. But challenges persist.
The increased capacity on Metro-North comes even as ridership numbers are struggling to recover to pre-pandemic levels.
Despite the continuing pandemic, riders are returning to Metro-North trains. The state is trying to get them a faster ride.
The legislation is aimed at easing supply chain bottlenecks while boosting employment among formerly incarcerated individuals.
With at least 16 pedestrian deaths on Connecticut roads as of March 14, 2022 could become one of the more deadly years for pedestrians in CT.