Dreams Derailed

Nov 21st, 2011 | By | Category: Transportation

Delays in designing and double-tracking stretches of the 62-mile high-speed rail service linking New Haven, Hartford and Springfield have pushed the line’s debut back two years, to 2016. Plus, some towns are skeptical many more federal dollars will flow into Connecticut’s rail kitty at a time when strapped U.S., state and local taxpayers are unwilling to pony up more.


“We have no money. We have no plan. We have no design,’’ said West Hartford Town Manager Ron Van Winkle.

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