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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont wants to meet with legislative leaders soon to negotiate how to fund his $21 billion 10-year transportation infrastructure plan. There are now three competing proposals, with a fourth on the way.

DOT: Q Bridge Cracks ‘Not A Safety Concern’

Nov 20, 2019
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The Connecticut Department of Transportation says that cracks found on the structure of New Haven’s Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge are “not a safety concern.”

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Connecticut lawmakers have come up with competing plans to pay for Governor Lamont’s 10-year, $21 billion transportation infrastructure proposal. The latest has just been announced by House Democrats. It calls for truck-only tolls on 12 bridges across the state. 

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont’s transportation plan does not have the support of the Democrats in the State Senate.

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has announced his revised $21 billion 10-year transportation infrastructure plan. The money would be spent on improvements to Metro-North Railroad and highways. The goal is to help reduce commute times into New York City and within the state.