Connecticut Invests in Transportation Infrastructure
The Connecticut Department of Transportation is making $9.7 billion in capital investments. This includes investments across various modes of transportation such as highways, bridges, public transit and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. “Ongoing maintenance and upkeep of our existing infrastructure, combined with strategic, thoughtful investment in projects that reduce congestion, improve mobility and efficiency, and minimize our environmental impacts are critical to keep Connecticut moving forward and competitive in the future,” CTDOT Commissioner Joseph Giulietti said (Transportation Topics News).
Connect to the U.S. & Canadian Populations from Connecticut
Connecticut is within 500 miles of over 29% of the U.S. population, 30% of businesses, and 32% of the U.S. GDP (U.S. Bureau of Economics, 2019). Connecticut is also within 500 miles of 66% of Canada’s population, 61% of Canada’s businesses (U.S. Bureau of Economics, 2019).