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Mileage impact on premiums negligible in CT, data shows

Patricia Daddona |

Paying a higher premium based on the distance a commuter drives can affect insurance rates dramatically in many states, but not in Connecticut, according to new data from insuranceQuotes, a...

Metro-North says it's on track to update high-speed control systems

Patricia Daddona |

Metro-North Railroad on Thursday reported making progress on updating control systems for high-speed rail, despite a new federal status report indicating the railroad and many others are behind in...

Hartford, other cities, to host transit rate hike hearings

Patricia Daddona | 1

The fare hikes associated with planned rail and bridge improvements will face public hearings during the first half of September across the state.

Uber launches new food-delivery app in CT

Patricia Daddona |

UberEATS, the division of the online transportation service Uber that allows requesting delivery of food via an app and website, debuted in New Haven Wednesday.

CT Southern Rail parent to acquire P&W Railroad

Patricia Daddona |

Genesee & Wyoming Inc. (G&W), parent of Hartford-based Connecticut Southern Railroad, said it has agreed to acquire Providence and Worcester Railroad Co. (P&W) for approximately $126 million, or $25...

Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry to close for three Mondays in August

Patricia Daddona |

The Rocky Hill-Glastonbury Ferry will be closed on three upcoming Mondays in August, due to a staffing shortage, the Connecticut Department of Transportation announced.

Employers must have key voice in I-84 viaduct redo

The planned remake of the I-84 viaduct poses many risks and rewards for the city of Hartford as well as the region as whole, and while all stakeholders should have a say in the process, the business...

I-84 viaduct remake weighs heavily on businesses, motorists, DOT

John Stearns | 1

Think of the construction project to replace the I-84 viaduct through downtown Hartford this way: You can peel the Band-Aid off slowly, or rip it off as quickly as possible.

Proposed $1.2B NH-Boston rail service

Sam Bonacci | Worcester Business Journal |

A proposed rail program that would add two new routes connecting Boston to both New Haven and Montreal could bring more than $1.2 billion in infrastructure improvements to the North East.

CTFastrak service delayed to UConn

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is saying that bus service from Hartford to the University of Connecticut in Storrs won’t start until late 2017.

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