Browse by:
Transportation

Tolls would be required for Larson's 'big dig'

Kym Soper | Journal Inquirer |

Connecticut abolished tollbooths more than 30 years ago, and every attempt to reinstate them since has been blown out of the water. But that would have to change, says U.S. Rep. John B. Larson, D-1st...

ConnDOT debuts Meriden railside parking

Patricia Daddona |

Connecticut transportation officials have opened 225 parking spaces in an $8.8 million downtown Meriden parking garage to improve rail access for regional commuters and travelers, authorities said.

Pratt agrees to buy Cyient stake in aerospace joint venture

Patricia Daddona |

East Hartford jet-engine maker Pratt & Whitney is buying out its partner's stake in a joint venture that provides aerospace defense design, development and related services primarily to United...

Construction industry: Transportation cuts would damage CT economy

Matt Pilon| Patricia Daddona |

A construction industry group warned Tuesday that if the legislature fails to adequately invest in transportation, Connecticut's economy will suffer in the long run.

CT gas prices up 14%

Matt Pilon |

Connecticut gas prices are up more than 30 cents in the last week, mirroring a trend across the country that AAA attributes to Hurricane Harvey.

UTC moves to acquire Rockwell Collins

Patricia Daddona |

United Technologies Corp. late Monday agreed to buy Rockwell Collins Inc. for $30 billion.

Bradley International Airport working to boost business travel

Patricia Daddona | 2

About half of Bradley International Airport's passengers — more than 3 million a year at last count — are business travelers, a number airport officials want to boost as they try to make...

Rentschler Field outlet shoppes center greenlighted

Patricia Daddona |

Farmington's United Technologies Corp. and Michigan's Horizon Group Properties inked a lease agreement allowing for the development of a new outlet center in East Hartford, Mayor Marcia A. Leclerc...

CT launches public transit program for college students

Patricia Daddona | 1

The state, UConn and Connecticut State Colleges and Universities on Monday launched a public bus and train pass for students.

With UConn's campus now open, Hartford asks, 'What's next?'

KYLE CONSTABLE | CT MIRROR |

The dust is settling downtown in Connecticut's capital city.

ADVERTISEMENTS
Copyright 2017 New England Business Media