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The state of Connecticut has been found eligible by the U.S. Department of Transportation to compete for a newly available $7 million set aside to expand the New London to Orient Point ferry route to carry freight to get commercial traffic off of roadways between New York and Connecticut.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority today announced a new on-line search engine allowing the public to track information such as schedule, cost, and scope of transit projects in the 2010-2014 capital plan and unfinished projects that are part 2005-2009 plan, officials said.
I know this is not in Fairfield County but may pique the interest of some.
The Metro-North Railroad and the New York Transit Museum are seeking objects related to Grand Central Terminal for an exhibit in honor of the 2013 centennial of the building.
Here is the Metrop0litan Transportation Police’s arrest log for the New Haven line from July 12 to July 23:
The American Association for State Highway and Transportation Officials, which includes the state Department of Transportation heads, released a report this week sounding the alarm bell for what it considers America’s lack of freight capacity.
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
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.