Save the Sound, one of Connecticut’s environmental advocacy groups pushing hard for the Transportation and Climate Initiative program, is ramping up their lobbying efforts in September, according to filings with the Office of State Ethics.
Connecticut can do better, especially when it comes to our roads and rails. We’re on the wrong track. The state is in the process of spending $1 billion on a rail line to Springfield, which
The Yankee Institute supports HB 5949, which would require the Department of Transportation commissioner to prioritize projects, and to put repair of existing infrastructure ahead of building new projects. Clearly our state has infrastructure needs
Since colonial times, turnpikes have represented a guiding principle of public finance: Let those who benefit bear the costs. It’s been 30 years since a horrific accident at the Stratford toll station prompted Connecticut to