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CT Sen. Carlo Leone resigns to join state Transportation Department

In addition to being Deputy President Pro Tempore in the Senate, the Democrat chaired the Transportation Committee and was vice chair of Finance, Revenue & Bonding.

Tolls issue tops talk at Stamford chamber’s legislative breakfast

While the current version of Gov. Ned Lamont's CT2030 transportation plan estimates its trucks-only tolls component will raise $170-180 million a year for infrastructure improvements, that is only "a small fraction of what is needed,” according to State Sen. Alex Bergstein, D-36th (Greenwich, New Canaan and Stamford),

Dems tout momentum for tolls at Westport event; Republicans remain unmoved

A new Hartford Courant/Sacred Heart University poll shows growing public support for Gov. Ned Lamont’s 10-year, $19 billion CT2030 plan, which includes tolls for tractor-trailers on 12 highway bridges around the state -- as well as rising public approval of the governor's performance.

Lamont, Dems release some details of tolls plan; GOP defiant

Under the Democrat' plan, tolls gantries would be placed roughly every six to seven miles on I-84, I-95, I-91 and Route 15.

Legalizing recreational marijuana still a tough call for Connecticut

As has been the case for years, the debate over legalization essentially boils down to two standpoints: “It’s an idea whose time has come” vs. “Why do you think they call it ‘dope’?”

No simple answers in first public hearing on highway tolls

Which highways would have tolls, where they would be located, and how much they would cost drivers are among the questions yet to be answered.

Malloy signs law to allow autonomous vehicle testing

The law "will help put Connecticut at the forefront of a pioneering, burgeoning industry that is pushing the future of innovation,” the governor said.

Four Fairfield towns among recipients of CTNext “Innovation Places” grants

The “Innovation Places” grants will support local strategic planning efforts to develop destinations for entrepreneurs and talent throughout the state.

WorkPlace and friends honor veterans

Frontier Communications is lauded for its patriotism.