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George Comfort chief: Renovations at Stamford complex helped bring Philip Morris...

677 Washington Blvd. is now roughly 95% occupied; that figure includes the WWE, which has leased 415,000 square feet at the complex and is still in the process of relocating its headquarters there from 1241 E. Main St.

Groundbreaking on Stamford Transportation Center; Lamont predicts PMI to take over...

Also, the governor is predicting that an announcement from Philip Morris International about moving to Stamford could come as soon as mid-week.

$6.7 million fed grant for electric bus facility upgrades in Stamford

Twelve electric buses are on order for operation in the New Haven and Stamford service areas.

Stamford Transportation Center receiving millions from fed, state for upgrades

According to Gov. Dannel Malloy, the investment will ensure the station can operate in a state of good repair for the next 25 years and beyond.

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.

$500M development for Stamford transit center

Months behind schedule, Department of Transportation officials have finally announced the developer of the $500 million mixed-use development project located at the Stamford Transportation Center.

Stamford rail center to include direct access parking

Development plans for the Stamford Transportation Center will officially include 300 additional parking spots within three garages with direct access to train platforms.

DOT nears decision on Stamford train station plans

Representatives of the Connecticut Department of Transportation were expected to begin meeting last week with Stamford planning and traffic officials to discuss plans for a replacement parking garage at the city’s train station.

Frustrations build over Stamford train station plans

More canopies and signage at the Stamford Transportation Center might be good news, but not the kind of news roughly 30 commuters attending a public information meeting April 4, were hoping to learn more about.

$170 million in funds approved for DOT projects

The State Bond Commission approved last week $170 million in funding for transportation projects around the state.

Official: Stamford transit center decision forthcoming

State transportation officials hope to choose a developer for the construction of a new parking garage and transit-oriented development at the Stamford Transportation Center later this month or early next year.