With the coronavirus turning many commuters into at-home workers, Connecticut has a unique chance to reset its economy.
The COVID-ready DMV opened for license renewals Tuesday, and plans to reopen schools will come Thursday.
Connecticut is taking a big step toward re-energizing its construction economy, seeking nearly $1.4 billion in financing.
With revenues evaporating and upgrades long overdue, Connecticut will have to act soon to solve its transportation financing problems.
Fairfield, Hartford, and New Haven counties are now all seeing a downward trend in hospitalizations.
Gov. Ned Lamont said he would cancel tax relief and seek labor savings to mitigate a big deficit in July.
After decades of building gleaming new highways, which enabled great mobility but eventually induced serious congestion, sprawl and pollution, Connecticut rediscovered transit. The state added or upgraded bus and rail service, with innovations such as CTFastrak and the Hartford Line, and people hopped aboard. Ridership was breaking records almost every year in the last decade […]
The unifying crisis of the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t enough Thursday to keep the tolls debate from briefly resurfacing.
The coronavirus shutdown has brought a precipitous drop in highway traffic — and a couple unanticipated benefits.
The DMV commissioner directed hundreds of employees to report to the Wethersfield office Tuesday despite several confirmed cases of coronavirus.
Connecticut joined New York and New Jersey on Monday in a coordinated effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus.
After cancelling a special session slated for Monday, Democratic legislative leaders assured Gov. Ned Lamont that they have the votes to pass his transportation funding plan the week of Feb. 10.
Connecticut’s transportation program has been riddled for more than a decade by broken funding promises from both political parties.
Since 2007, lawmakers and governors have agreed 10 times to reduce previous commitments to transfer resources from the budget’s General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.
Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano demanded Monday that Democratic leaders in the senate and the governor’s office prove they have the votes to pass a transportation bill that includes tolls on trucks.