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Bridgeport receives 50 percent funding match on Congress Street Bridge project

Mayor Joe Ganim said the funding will have a "huge impact on Bridgeport's infrastructure and rejoin our communities."

Bridgeport receives $14.6M from state for infrastructure and development

The largest of the projects is a $7 million endeavor aimed at infrastructure improvements within Sikorsky Memorial Airport.

DOT report: Connecticut can gain $1B annually with tolls

The report said a tolling system would cost $372 million, with $210 million for infrastructure and $162 million for a fiber communications system.

CT grants $12.4M for pedestrian and bicycle access construction projects

"These grants are targeted toward strengthening our towns and cities and fostering growth in our local economies," said Gov. Dannel P. Malloy.

New report details problems in CT’s roads and bridges

Connecticut motorists traveling on roads in serious need of repair spend a total of $1.8 billion a year in extra vehicle repairs and operating costs, or $681 per motorist.

Bridgeport slated for $14.8M in state bond funding for construction projects

Projects expected to receive funding include demolition of the Pleasure Beach Bridge, exterior restoration of McLevy Hall and capping of the Seaside Landfill.

DiNapoli: More than $27B needed to fix state’s local bridges

Almost half of Westchester's bridges are considered functionally obsolete, according to the report.

Trumbull’s Herbst identifies campaign issues: Image, infrastructure and income

“I have a real problem talking about casinos and recreational marijuana as crutches to balance the state budget,” Tim Herbst said.

Report finds Connecticut’s rural roads among the nation’s worst

The study found 39 percent of the rural roads in Connecticut were in poor condition – only Rhode Island fared worse.

Trump will achieve big legislation, lawmakers say, if he can lead

“He’s a bull in a china shop,” said U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel, "and that doesn’t work in government. It’s all about compromise.”

Report: 25 percent of CT bridges are functionally obsolete

Six Fairfield County bridges are judged as functionally deficient.

Bridgeport reports solid year

Mayor cites tax, school and infrastructure gains.

Malloy takes national charging station pledge

Eight governors aim to see more electric cars on the road.

ITT boosts borderless construction effort

White Plains multinational begins with a project in Kenya.

Editorial: Out of sight, out of mind?

Coming off of back-to-back years that featured not just one, but multiple debilitating storms, there is little evidence to suggest that Fairfield County is prepared for the upcoming hurricane season.