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Jepsen vows emissions fight

Matt Pilon |

State Attorney General George Jepsen isn’t happy with President Donald Trump’s recent policy stance to ease emissions standards for vehicle tailpipes.

Coalition urges CT to adopt transportation lockbox

Patricia Daddona |

A coalition of more than 40 organizations is urging Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the state legislature to preserve transportation funding by adopting a so-called “lockbox” that would prevent...

CT ridesharing bill passes committee

Patricia Daddona |

A bill that would create statewide regulation of ridesharing companies like Lyft and Uber on Wednesday passed the Insurance & Real Estate Committee intact, with no changes,a committee clerk said...

Airport, roadway travel still challenging following storm

Patricia Daddona |

Airport travel remains a challenge following a blizzard cancelled 41 percent of Bradley International Airport's departures Wednesday morning.

Time to bring back tolls to CT

Connecticut has an aging transportation infrastructure problem and the only logical way to help solve it is by reinstating tolls.

Startup’s sensor tech aims for better bridge inspections


Q&A talks to Kevin McMullen, a UConn civil engineering graduate student who founded a startup called NexGen Infrastructure, which provides state-of-the-art bridge monitoring systems.

Easing auto emissions rules would set back CT clean-air efforts

Jan Ellen Spiegel | CT Mirror |

A couple of weeks after the presidential election, Sen. Richard Blumenthal brought together representatives of about a dozen Connecticut environmental advocacy groups to brainstorm ways to deal with...

Bills aims to regulate ridesharing in CT

Patricia Daddona |

State lawmakers on the Insurance & Real Estate Committee are considering a bill Thursday that would create statewide regulation of ridesharing companies like Lyft and Uber.

United Airlines to launch nonstops to San Fran. from Bradley

Patricia Daddona |

United Airlines will offer a new nonstop flight from Bradley International Airport to San Francisco International Airport starting this summer.

Private-sector hypocrisy on display at state Capitol


When government wants to intervene in the private sector by adding new regulations, businesses often interject that the free market ought to be left to its own devices.

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