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Largest Department of Transportation projects in Connecticut

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Will cars really be less used in 10 years?

Brad Kane |

A main philosophy shared by many economic development officials shaping Hartford's transportation future is that cars and trucks will not be as important to people's mobility as they are now.

Hartford's transportation plans clash with traditional model

Brad Kane |

At some point in the next 10 years, the vision for how people will move in, out, and around Hartford will clash with reality.

Southington’s highway project offers hope for Hartford

Lauren DeCarlo |

Methods used during a recent highway bridge replacement in Southington could become the norm.

HBJ Summer Series Week 2: Hartford's Transportation Overhaul

The second installment of our Summer Series zones in on the future of transportation in Hartford.

American ceasing Bradley nonstop to Los Angeles

American Airlines on Aug. 18 will stop flying nonstop from Los Angeles to Bradley International Airport in Windsor Locks, less than a year after it started, the airline and the airport confirmed late...

Report: CT roads conditions worst in U.S.

A new White House report says Connecticut and Rhode Island's roads are tied for being in the worst condition in the country.

Transportation helps our region compete

Lyle Wray and Oz Griebel |

Imagine for a moment what life in our region would be like if we couldn't rely on key transportation networks such as the Interstate system, bridges over the Connecticut River and the...

DOT’s planning relies on public input

Brad Kane |

Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker doesn't know what the state's transportation future will be. He wants you to tell him.

DOT aims to align operations, multi-modal mission

Brad Kane |

The state Department of Transportation will start outsourcing more of its engineering work to private firms as part of a larger strategic shift that aims to better position the agency to carry out...

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