Connecticut’s transportation infrastructure is undeniably in crisis. Residents endure deteriorating roads and bridges and several of the most congested traffic choke points in the country.
The $21 billion capital plan that Gov, Ned Lamont released last week, CT2030, is a solid attempt to solve our state’s transportation crisis for good.
But it’s not perfect.
Read more from RPA's Melissa Kaplan-Macey in the Hartford Courant.