Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Bristol Press: "Raising fares may be a necessary evil, but it’s particularly troubling coming in conjunction with significant budget cuts. For tens of thousands of commuters in Connecticut, Malloy’s proposal simply means the same old same old — higher prices for a transit system that fails to meet the demands of its ridership."
at 6:14 PM
Friday, August 19, 2016
fosters.com: "The elements included in that visioning process include: “a walkable community complemented by citywide pedestrian, bicycle and wheelchair accessible features using appropriate benches, signs, lighting, crosswalks and bicycle racks; a public transit system that serves the entire community; traffic-calming measures to manage speeds and ‘pass through’ traffic in the downtown and neighborhoods; physical and directional signage improvements designed to facilitate legal, safe traffic flow for vehicles and pedestrians throughout the city.”"
at 4:11 AM