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New Haven line ridership ticked up last year

Ridership on the New Haven commuter rail line ticked up to a record high last year, officials announced.

Uber’s $8M CT economy

Car service Uber said it paid more than $8 million to its more than 4,000 “driver-partners” in its first year in Connecticut.

Hartford flight makes emergency landing in Buffalo

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A SkyWest Airlines flight headed to Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks made an emergency landing in Buffalo on Wednesday after the crew reported a...

Malloy creates climate change council

On Earth Day on Wednesday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy signed an executive order creating a new council to keep Connecticut on its greenhouse gas emissions goals by 2050.

Busway’s long-term success rides on employer, college connections

Chris Dehnel Special to the Hartford Business Journal |

The state's new Hartford-New Britain busway has kicked off its inaugural run with much fanfare and hope that the 9.4 mile thoroughfare will help alleviate highway traffic and make it easier for...

Malloy proposes $5M subsidy for transatlantic flight

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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has set aside $5 million in his proposed budget to subsidize a transatlantic flight out of Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, a move that could potentially elevate...

Transportation panel to seek revenue sources

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he has appointed a nine-member panel to recommend ways for the state to finance his 30-year, $1 billion transportation plan for the state.

CTfastrak kicks off Saturday

Service on CTfastrak, the state’s $570 million dedicated busway between New Britain and Hartford, kicks off Saturday.

CCAT to discuss zero emissions vehicles

The Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology will lead a panel discussion Thursday in Hartford on the importance of zero-emission vehicles and the hydrogen refueling infrastructure to support them.

Green Guide publishes Spring edition

Doosan plans to succeed where UTC failed. Connecticut has revamped motorists' commutes. The state Green Bank enters its next phase.

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