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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.

Bradley aims to combat mounting bird strikes

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Connecticut airports have experienced a growing number of reported bird-on-airplane collisions in recent years, prompting the state's quasi-public airport authority to spend millions of dollars on a...

Plane-maintenance provider pulls out of Waterbury-Oxford

Michigan aircraft-maintenance provider Pentastar Aviation is pulling its services from Waterbury-Oxford Airport, less than three years after expanding to the East Coast, its partner announced.

United Airlines cutting 69 Bradley jobs

United Airlines is cutting 69 customer service and ramp operator positions at Bradley International Airport, it said in a filing last week with the state Department of Labor.

Construction Institute looks to future with new exec. director

Q&A talks about construction industry trends with Nancy Greenwald, who recently took over as executive director of Hartford's Construction Institute from Bob Cianci.

Malloy proposes $10B transportation spending plan without funding source

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Without actually saying specifically where all the money would come from, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Wednesday proposed spending $10 billion on Connecticut transportation projects over the next five...

Three CT school bus fleets split $245K for emissions

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has awarded $245,000 to three school bus fleets to pay for 11 new school buses that emit less pollution than older buses.

CT Republicans propose toll-less transportation plan

Connecticut House and Senate Republicans Wednesday jointly proposed a long-term transportation funding plan that doesn’t include tolls.

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