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Fairfield developing ‘complete streets’ plan for Southport train station area

"Complete streets" is a transportation design approach that requires streets to be designed, operated and maintained to enable safe access for all users.

Best Food Fast chosen as vendor for Fairfield Metro station

The Best Food Fast truck will be in the station’s east side parking lot beginning on Monday, May 8, and will operate during weekdays between 4:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m.

State pulls out of Stamford train station project

The state is now focusing on a new 1,000-space garage on South State Street, expected to open in 2021 at an estimated cost of $53 million.

Stamford kicks off statewide week of green transportation

The Connecticut Department of Transportation is asking commuters to participate in the week-long challenge and find greener alternatives to commute and travel such as carpooling, biking and riding the train to work for at least one day.

Greater Valley Chamber hosts DOT chief

James P. Redeker, commissioner of the state Department of Transportation, will speak at the Greater Valley Chamber of Commerce's 51st annual meeting.

Connecticut DOT: More funding needed for roads, bridges

A spokesman for the department says a recent report highlights the need for more federal funding for aging transportation infrastructure.

Report: Connecticut roads and bridges among worst in U.S.

A state Department of Transportation spokesman decries flat federal funding and says the report addresses "rideability" and not the safety of highways.

State to OK $2.75M for new Bridgeport train station design

Connecticut's Bond Commission is set to approve funds to go toward the engineering, design and environmental permitting process for the Barnum Train Station.

Work progresses on I-95 in Norwalk

Blasting winds down, but there is another year of construction on the $42 million project to eliminate clogging at exits 14 and 15.

Metro-North completes $10M project

New Haven line upgrades power supply and adds services

$1 billion allotted for road repairs

About 250 lane miles of state highway will be resurfaced and more than 40 bridges will be restored.

MTA fare hikes won’t affect Conn. riders

Despite some reports to the contrary, fare increases for Metro-North riders announced Dec. 19 by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) will not affect Connecticut riders.

Metro-North New Canaan line operational

Metro-North Railroad's New Canaan Branch is fully operational as of this morning, the Connecticut Department of Transportation said.

Stamford Metro North parking to move?

A public hearing will be held Sept. 20, allowing community input about building a private development in place of Stamford's commuter parking garage near the Metro-North and Amtrack train station.