Malloy: Integrated Effort Needed To Repair Transportation Infrastructure

Jan 16th, 2012 | By | Category: Transportation

As he begins his second year in office, Malloy offers the busway as evidence that the state is transforming how it manages its network of highways, rail lines, bus routes and shipping ports.

Scattershot planning, false savings and neglect have eroded the infrastructure for years, but that’s not happening any longer, Malloy said.

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One Comment to “Malloy: Integrated Effort Needed To Repair Transportation Infrastructure”

  1. Lynne Shapiro says:

    Oy, there are Many of us in Southern CT who have minimum transit access to our capitol area– albeit improved with peter Pan service this past Apri–that feel the New Britain-Hartford busway is the biggest Pork project waste ever. That Governor Malloy who almost cut back bus services and raised transit fares just recently cites this as his crowing achievement makes me want Jodi Rell back in office!

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