The governor also said he would support the transfer of $100 million per year from other programs to transportation. t
With less than a month left in the legislative session, Gov. Ned Lamont made an appeal for compromise on tolls.
With Gov. Ned Lamont expected to roll out a more detailed tolls proposal next week, Republican leaders broadened their sales pitch Friday on the alternative.
One plan for funding Connecticut’s transportation infrastructure relies on tolls. The other doesn’t. But which is best?
The gulf between Gov. Ned Lamont and GOP lawmakers on tolls grew even wider Thursday as Republicans called any long-term funding plan that includes the “toll monster” a non-starter.