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Conn. DOT: $3 billion in upgrades needed for Metro-North to go faster

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John Minchillo
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Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker says it would cost at least $3 billion to upgrade infrastructure needed before trains on Metro-North railroad can go faster.  Politicians and business leaders argue the investment would help the state's economy and ease traffic woes.

Dan is a former News Director at WSHU
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