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October 2014

Construction To Begin On New Commuter Rail Stations In Wallingford, Meriden, Berlin

Don Stacom | Courant The New Haven to Springfield commuter rail service that's scheduled to begin in 2016 will be called the Hartford Line, said Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who announced Friday that station construction will start this fall in... Continue Reading →

UTA Moves Forward with Second Transit-Oriented Development Project in Two Months

Staff | UTA On the heels of the groundbreaking of the East Village transit-oriented development in Sandy, attended by U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx, UTA is moving forward with its second transit oriented development (TOD) in West Jordan... Continue Reading →

Station construction begins for commuter-rail program in Connecticut

Staff | Progressive Railroading   Construction has begun on three new stations that will be part of the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield commuter-rail program, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy and Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) officials announced late last week. Located in Wallingford,... Continue Reading →

Hollywood hopes to get a Tri-Rail Coastal Link Station Downtown at Hollywood Blvd.

David Volz | Hollywood Gazette The City of Hollywood is hoping that the Tri-Rail Coastal Link will place one its stations in the City. “We would like to be one of the first train stations for the Coastal Link and... Continue Reading →

Millennials Are in Motion, But Not Necessarily by Car

Todd Litman | Planetizen A new report, Millennials in Motion: Changing Travel Habits of Young Americans and the Implications for Public Policy by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG) and Frontier Group shows mounting evidence that the Millennial generation’s dramatic shift... Continue Reading →

Baltimore economy stands out amid lackluster state growth

Natalie Sherman | The Baltimore Sun The Baltimore region has been less affected by federal spending cuts than other parts of the state, helping to make it a bright spot in an otherwise lackluster Maryland economy, a federal economist said... Continue Reading →

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