Goal: Upgrade Connecticut’s infrastructures through strategic, priority investments
Our state’s transportation needs are still obvious and unmet—Connecticut’s roads, railways, seaports, and airports need to be modernized and their economic potential fully realized. But the biggest question remains: How do we do more with less? Policymakers will have to make strategic, priority decisions on funding the most important infrastructure projects in order to maximize a dwindling supply of state and federal transportation dollars.
• Expedite the implementation of priority transportation projects that will help drive economic recovery
• Work with the Connecticut Airport Authority to ensure the state achieves the full economic potential of our airports.
• Implement a strategic plan to bring all roads and bridges into good repair.
• Ease highway congestion, particularly on the I-95 corridor, through a balanced, multi-modal transportation network that leverages roads, highways, and mass transit resources.