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Premier Limo sells buses to Academy

Gregory Seay |

Major East Coast passenger transporter Academy Bus Lines is expanding its fleet with its recent purchase of 57 coach buses from Berlin’s Premier Limousine, which is underway with its own...

AP: United Airlines cuts could hit Bradley

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Baggage handlers and customer service agents at Bradley International Airport could be among the 2,000 union jobs United Airlines is considering cutting, the Associated Press reported.

CTrides to host business commuting forum

The state-sponsored, ride-sharing program CTrides will host forums Jan. 21 and Jan. 22 for businesses to learn how to provide their employees with the best commuting options.

Union engineers seeks to secure transportation work

A union that represents state Department of Transportation engineers is urging the agency to hire more inspectors and staff to prepare for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's expected transportation proposals.

Businesses wary of highway tolls

Brad Kane |

With or without a lock box, Connecticut businesses don't have a lot of faith in state government.

Not all of CT satisfied with low fuel prices

Gregory Seay |

Connecticut gasoline prices are the lowest in years, and the motoring public couldn't be happier.

Malloy to propose transportation “lock box”

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who will be sworn in for his second term this afternoon, signaled he would support legislation ensuring that revenue for transportation is not diverted for other purposes.

Bradley airport begins demolition, opens time capsule

Demolition on the terminal B facility at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks began on Tuesday, as airport officials opened a 63-year-old time capsule that had resided behind the terminal's...

Bloomfield picks Maryland firm for charging stations

Bloomfield has picked Maryland-based SemaConnect to supply its two publicly available electric vehicle charging stations at town hall.

4.2M New Englanders travel starting Tues.

From today through Jan. 4, 4.2 million New England residents will travel at least 50 miles, AAA said.

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