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Report: CT ranks 44th in U.S. on highway performance, value

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Connecticut ranks 44th in the nation in highway performance and cost-effectiveness, according to the 22nd Annual Highway Report published Thursday by the Reason Foundation.

The Next Street acquires Glastonbury driving school

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The Next Street is acquiring Glastonbury's Premier Driving School, the company's 70th driving school in Connecticut.

Lazowski tapped to chair national parking group

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Alan B. Lazowski, chairman, CEO and founder of Hartford's LAZ Parking, has been elected chairman of the board of directors of the Washington, D.C.-based National Parking Association (NPA).

State's transportation crash reporting partnership garners award

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The Governor's Highway Safety Association (GHSA) has awarded the Connecticut Department of Transportation and UConn Transportation Safety Research Center (CTSRC) a national award for their joint...

CTfastrak buses providing direct trips to UConn football home games

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CTfastrak riders will be getting direct dropoffs to UConn football home games beginning this Saturday, Sept. 17, the state announced.

Commercial drivers in CT face new mandate

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Starting in December, commercial drivers must provide more identity documentation before getting licensed to comply with federal rules, the state Department of Motor Vehicles announced.

State aims to add 60 more rail cars on New Haven line

More than 6,000 additional commuters will be accommodated on the New Haven rail line if Connecticut authorizes an additional 60 rail cars to its fleet, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Tuesday.

Malloy appoints new airport authority chairman

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Charles R. Gray of Stamford will serve as chairman of the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) board of drectors, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced.

Public planning session Tuesday on I-84 viaduct project

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On Tuesday, the state's I-84 Hartford Viaduct Project Team will be seeking public feedback on the project at a planning session in Hartford.

Elevated highway approach to rebuilding I-84 viaduct ruled out

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State regulators have told the federal government that using an elevated highway or tunnel in the I-84 viaduct reconstruction project will be ruled out, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Thursday.

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