We should invest in urban centers, not expand highways to get around them.

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