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Bradley opens high-end lounge

Patricia Daddona |

A United Kingdom-based airport development company has opened a new high-end lounge at Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks.

DOT: Rail line horn system improving safety

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut is the first state in New England to install automated horn systems, commonly known as wayside horns, at various rail at-grade crossings, the state Department of Transportation said.

Larson: $10B tunnel plan will reshape Greater Hartford

Q&A talks to U.S. Rep. John Larson (D-CT) who recently unveiled a $10 billion plan to replace a stretch of I-84 and I-91 through Hartford with two separate highway tunnels.

CT takes steps to address gridlock problem

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State Department of Transportation spokesman Kevin Nursick understands Americans' fascination with their cars.

CT’s transportation infrastructure ranks among bottom 10 in U.S.

Q&A with David T. Hartgen, senior fellow, and Baruch Feigenbaum, transportation policy analyst, with the Reason Foundation, which just released its 22nd Annual Highway Report that ranks how...

AAA Northeast resumes licensing for non-members Monday

Patricia Daddona |

AAA Northeast has backtracked from a move to stop issuing driver's licenses for non-members following ongoing discussions with Connecticut administrators, the agency announced.

Modern machinery used to build rail line

Patricia Daddona |

An enormous “track construction machine” is being used to build the CTrail Hartford rail line, according to information released Tuesday by the Malloy administration.

Larson's $10B tunnel vision intriguing, but worrisome

Connecticut and Hartford in particular are in need of bold visions and Congressman John Larson's $10 billion plan to put I-84 and I-91 in tunnels to ease traffic congestion and open up Hartford to...

$1.8M OK'd to cut wait times at DMV contact center

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut's Bond Commission has approved $1.8 million in modernizations for the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles' (DMV) outdated customer-contact center.

Rail, bus ticket hikes coming in December

Patricia Daddona |

Rail and bus fare price hikes go into effect in December, following six public hearings around Connecticut.

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