When Connecticut issued bonds in June of 2018, the bond covenant said Connecticut would strictly adhere to its new $1.9 billion bonding cap until 2023 -- with no changes to underlying statutes and no exceptions.
Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker said Connecticut could generate $1 billion in toll revenue by charging drivers 3.5 cents per mile during a July 25th Bond Commission meeting, which authorized Gov. Dannel Malloy’s $10
Gov. Dannel Malloy’s $10 million bond for a new study on tolls sailed through rough waters during the Bond Commission meeting today, but ultimately the governor had his way. The tolling study was wrapped into
Don Shubert, head of the Connecticut Construction Industries Association, and Mary Tomolonius, executive director for the Connecticut Association for Community Transportation, implored supporters and members to attend tomorrow's Bond Commission meeting in support of transportation
Connecticut’s bond commission approved $10 million in bonding to help the City of Hartford lure a professional soccer team to the city, and $5 million to upgrade the Church Street parking garage which serves the