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Policymakers wrongly targeting small business truckers

Joseph R. Sculley |

Small business trucking companies have so much money, it's like they are sitting on piles of cash and they don't know what to do with it.

CT diesel fuel users face their first tax hike in five years

KEITH M. PHANEUF | CT MIRROR |

Connecticut’s truck drivers and other motorists that use diesel fuel faced their first tax hike this week in five years, paying an extra 2.2 cents per gallon.

Malloy taps Sheridan as CAA board chair

Joe Cooper |

Thomas A. Sheridan has been appointed chairman of the Connecticut Airport Authority's board of directors, the governor announced Monday.

S&P raises Bradley debt to “A+”

Joe Cooper |

A major debt-rating agency has raised its rating to “A+” on Bradley International Airport's outstanding debt.

Riders flock to Hartford Rail Line

Gregory Seay |

The new Hartford Rail Line, linking New Haven to Hartford and Springfield, topped nearly 11,000 riders in its inaugural week of full service, state authorities say.

Another 100 Lime bikes coming to Hartford

Joe Cooper |

Driven by demand, Silicon Valley bikeshare vendor Lime says it's bringing another 100 bikes to Hartford street corners this week.

CT approves $8.5M for transit-oriented development projects

Joe Cooper |

Projects in Hartford and West Hartford are among five municipalities that share in an $8.5 million grant to accelerate transit-oriented development, the governor announced.

CT transport fraudster gets yr. in prison

Gregory Seay |

A Meriden truck-transport broker will spend a year and a day in federal prison for defrauding more than $600,000 from Connecticut manufacturers who relied on his shipping services, prosecutors say.

Hartford Rail Line steams ahead Saturday

Joe Cooper |

Connecticut's first new train service in 20 years is on track for its grand opening Saturday.

Ex-DOT worker pays $3K ethics fine

Gregory Seay |

A former state Department of Transportation supervisor paid a $3,000 ethics fine for breaching the state's “revolving door'' rule, authorities say.

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