The Senate GOP alternative to tolls is creative, but requires depleting two-thirds of the state’s budget reserves.
Senate Democrats effectively took highway tolls off the table Wednesday.
Gov. Ned Lamont celebrated getting support from major employers for CT2030. What he really needs is a half dozen state senators.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s CT2030 plan has no champion in the Senate, but he’ll pitch them on Wednesday.
The governor needs to overcome a reluctance among lawmakers to embrace an unpopular governor and his insistence that limited highway tolling is necessary in Connecticut.
As Gov. Lamont tries to convince lawmakers that tolls will remain fixed, his history is working against him.
The biggest impact would be between Greenwich and New Haven on I-95
The ambitious new plan has a political deftness missing in the original. Can the governor sell it?
Gov. Ned Lamont pitched to the GOP sweet spot, highlighting what his transportation proposal would mean for Metro-North commuters.
Democratic and Republican leaders were upbeat after a briefing by U.S. transportation officials about the potential for below-market federal financing for transportation improvements.
The Lamont administration hopes that a show-and-tell by the feds can restart a debate on how to finance transportation.
The kids are back in school. Can the governor and his chief of staff lure back lawmakers for a special session on transportation?