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GE exec on why they left CT: ‘The airports here suck’

Gov. Dannel Malloy adds that highways are "either a parking lot or a museum."

Lyft returns to Connecticut

On-demand ride-sharing service offers special discount for new passengers.

Malloy touts transportation push

He tells 200 at Stamford Chamber event he will seek a 'lock box' for improvement money.

$50M set for alternative transportation projects

The NYSDOT plans to administer $50M in federal funding to develop more alternative transportation projects.

MTA creates new rail safety panel

Derailments spur additional safety precautions.

Transportation co. to lay off 170 staff

A national bus company that provides transportation management services for 1,400 school districts will lay off about 170 employees in Shelton and Trumbull after losing contracts with the cities' boards of education.

Amtrak CEO warns of insufficient funding

CEO Joe Boardman said the upcoming expiration of the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act (PRIIA) represents an opportunity to advance new investment initiatives

Maloney announces House subcommittee assignments

Freshman Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney recently announced his subcommittee assignments on the House Agriculture and Transportation and Infrastructure committees, with hopes that the assignments will allow him to begin working on creating jobs and expanding the economy in the Hudson Valley.

Stamford 5 to advise DOT

Five people were assigned as DOT advisors on the Stamford Transportation Station’s parking garage deliberations.

GE to split energy unit into three

General Electric is splitting GE Energy into three divisions reporting directly to CEO Jeff Immelt.

Kicking the can down the road

BY PATRICK GALLAGHER and ALEXANDER SOULE Even as Connecticut overhauls its Department of Transportation to better compete for discretionary federal funding, the state in June...

Blumenthal: Thousands of jobs at stake

U.S. Sen. Blumenthal said Connecticut stands to lose thousands of jobs if Congress does not pass a transportation bill by month-end.

Empire State Development has Stewart on its radar

Economic growth at Stewart a priority for mid-Hudson Economic State Development Corp.

Cities eye state income tax coffers

The Malloy administration is fighting a bill that would allow municipal development bonds to be backed by income tax collections.

Build, baby, build!

I-95 – up, out or both?