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G&W buys Ark. railroad from Mass. owner

Darien rail operator Genesee & Wyoming, parent of Hartford’s Connecticut Southern Railroad, said it will acquire the Arkansas division of Westfield, Mass.’s Pinsly Railroad Co. for $40...

Top destination airports out of Bradley International Airport

RankDestination airport (code)No. Passengers 2013 - 2014 (000)/No. Passengers 2012 -...

Expanded rail line aims to spur transit-oriented development

Q&A talks about the recent expansion of the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield rail line with Kevin Nursick, a spokesman for the state Department of Transportation.

Ride-sharing expands into Hartford despite legal challenge

Brad Kane |

A federal lawsuit aiming to block two out-of-state ride-sharing companies from operating in the state hasn't stopped the expansion of mobile app-based transportation services in Connecticut,...

How green is CT business?

The Winter edition of the Connecticut Green Guide delves deep into the sustainable business community's strengths and weakness, ranging from energy efficiency to public transit usage.

New CT infrastructure program completes first project

A state program created last year to help eliminate red tape and delays municipalities can run into when seeking federal reimbursement for road and transportation improvements has completed its first...

Airport authority wooing Irish airline

The Connecticut Airport Authority is hoping that an Irish airline can reestablish trans-Atlantic flights out of Windsor Locks.

UConn researcher helps AT&T assess texting compulsion

If you can’t help but look at your cell phone right away when a text message pops up, even when driving, it may be because of brain chemistry, according to a UConn researcher’s study...

Hartford gasoline prices down 32 cents in a month

The average price per gallon of regular unleaded gasoline at Greater Hartford stations reached $3.257 on Tuesday, a decrease of nearly 32 cents over the past month, according to the AAA Daily Fuel...

CT to spend $21.5M to help downtown New Haven redevelopment

The state will spend $21.5 million to spur redevelopment of the New Haven Coliseum site, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced.

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