Connecticut: 30-30-30 is feasible

Connecticut Viewpoints By Gregory Stroud; Connecticut Mirror; February 19, 2019 With the collapse of yet another high-speed-rail megaproject, this time in…

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Connecticut: Next stop on the Hartford Line … West Hartford?

By Rick Green, Hartford Courant; February 13, 2019 West Hartford’s elected leaders came to the state Capitol Wednesday to make…

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Connecticut: ‘Rail guy’ Giulietti is Lamont’s transportation ‘game changer’

By Sean Teehan, Hartford Business; February 11, 2019 Joe Giulietti had been planning to move full time to Coral Springs,…

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Amtrak passenger in Connecticut charged after allegedly threatening conductor with gun

By Lauren Sellew, Staff, The Record-Journal; February 7, 2019  MERIDEN — A Bridgeport man faces charges after allegedly threatening an Amtrak…

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Connecticut: Amtrak addresses Hartford Line overcrowding by limiting advance sales

By Rececca Lurye, Hartford Courant; January 18, 2019 In response to persistent overcrowding on afternoon Amtrak trains on the CTrail…

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6 Connecticut Shore Line East trips returning to trains from buses next week

By Ed Stannard; New Haven Register; January 16, 2019 Many Shore Line East commuters who have been riding buses instead…

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Connecticut Cannot Make Amtrak Adopt ‘One Ticket, Any Train’ Policy

By Frankie Graziano, New England Public Radio; January 7, 2019 The state of Connecticut and Amtrak do not have a…

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New Connecticut DOT boss has trained for the job for more than 40 years

By Emilie Munson, Connecticut Post; December 29, 2018 Joseph Giulietti has walked every mile of the Metro North railroad track…

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Amtrak cites safety in dispute with Connecticut over passenger tickets refused on Hartford Line

By Stephen Singer, Hartford Courant; December 28, 2018 Amtrak on Friday cited safety as the reason it refuses to occasionally…

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