Monthly Archive for June, 2010
The July 4th weekend is here, and the American Automobile Association says that travel will boom after a slight drop off last year due to belt-tightening across the country.
Westport First Selectman Gordon F. Joseloff took a prototype Mercedes-Benz electric car for a test drive at the Saugatuck Station where the town hopes to build an electric car charging station in the near future.
NuRide, the ride-sharing arrangement service which works with the Connecticut Department of Transportation to offer rewards to commuters who carpool, vanpool, bicycle or ride the rails has been recognized by Bloomberg Businessweek for being a socially responsible business. The service has enrolled approximately 10,642 Connecticut members as of May 2010, who combined contribution represents almost Read More
The Transportation Strategy Board will meet at the Norwalk Transit District Offices at 275 Wilson Avenue at 10 a.m. on Wednesday June 23, according to a draft agenda posted on their Web-site. The group’s recently adopted new starting time of 10 a.m. is somewhat less punishing than it’s former 8 a.m. starting time at the Read More
In an effort to encourage its workers to drive of low-emission technology vehicles to its downtown headquarters, Royal Bank of Scotland is now offering priority parking spaces within its corporate garage off Washington Boulevard to drivers who do.
Stamford Police and Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police conducted drill at Stamford train station Thursday
Stamford Police and Metropolitan Transportation Authority Police conducted a joint patrol drill at the Stamford rail station Thursday morning, Stamford Police Capt. William Mullin said.
Cablevision Systems Corp. is among the companies that have submitted a proposal to outfit Metro-North and Long Island Railroad trains with Wi-Fi networks at no cost to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority.