Connecticut Must Leave Road Expansions in Rear-View

Jun 6th, 2012 | By | Category: Transportation

In advance of Connecticut’s 2010 gubernatorial election, Tri-State and several of Connecticut’s largest business, planning, and environmental groups called on the future governor to prioritize repair of existing roads and bridges, and support enhanced transportation options [pdf]. That call is worth repeating now that the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge—the state’s most prominent road expansion project—is set to open to traffic later this month. Now that the bridge is about to open, it should be the state’s last major road widening project.

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