The Department of Transportation expects to lose key employees soon, and CT has had persistent problems funding its transportation needs.
Opposed by GOP, Lamont campaigns for climate initiative
In promoting the Transportation and Climate Initiative, Lamont is working to succeed where he failed two years ago on tolls.
Lamont selects former Metro-North president to lead DOT
Gov.-elect Ned Lamont has recruited Joseph J. Giulietti, the former president of Metro-North, the commuter railroad that is Connecticut’s vital economic link to New York City, to be his commissioner of transportation, multiple sources said Thursday.
GOP offers no-tax-hike transportation plan
Republican legislators unveiled a $37 billion transportation proposal on Tuesday while making pre-emptive political strike against Gov. Dannel P. Malloy anticipated initiative on the same topic. GOP leaders stressed their plan makes a major investment without imposing tolls, increasing overall debt or raising taxes.
Once a talk-show punchline, busway almost ready to roll
It was a topic to avoid on the campaign trail, a $567 million punch line for much of his first term — “the busway to nowhere.” But now that he is re-elected and it’s nearing completion, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is embracing the rebranded “CT fastrak.”