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Bridgeport unveils draft master plan for 10-year growth

The draft acknowledged Bridgeport's 22.1 percent poverty rate and 23 percent food insecurity rate.

New England Motor Freight files for bankruptcy, closing Orange County terminal

NEMF and its sister entities are primarily owned by the Shevell Dynasty Trust and Myron P. Shevell.

VanGo brings ridesharing to an under-18 audience

"I really wanted to build out a product for working moms," said VanGo founder Marta Jamrozik.

Connecticut and New York ranked among worst states for drivers

The Bankrate study ranked California as the worst state and North Dakota as the best.

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.

New study proposes I-95 lane widening projects in Fairfield County

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has proposed paying for this with a 7-cent gas tax increase over four years and the introduction of electronic highway tolls.

Bradley International Airport sees 6.2% spike in passenger ridership

Last year, 6.43 million passengers traveled through the Windsor Locks-based airport, up from 6.06 million one year earlier.

New effort seeks transportation link across Long Island Sound

Two New York governors, Nelson Rockefeller and Hugh Carey, tried and failed to bring this idea to life during their respective administrations.

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.

Metro-North President Joseph Giulietti to retire in August

According to an Associated Press report, Giulietti announced yesterday that he plans to spend time with his family while he evaluates the next step in his career.

Stamford Mayor David Martin seeks fiscal rewards without pursuing risks

David Martin's approach to running the city has generated positive results. Since his election in 2013, Stamford has maintained an AAA bond rating, and the fiscal year 2018 budget is projected to carry a $4.8 million surplus, with no planned cuts to the municipal workforce.

Consulting firms hired to evaluate Connecticut’s rail future

Funding for this project comes from an initial allocation of $3 million by the State Bond Commission from Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s “Let’s Go CT” ramp-up program.

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."