Connecticut Transportation Funds Could Go Broke by 2024

Governing: Nearly a year after his attempt to bring trucks-only highway tolls crashed and burned in the Connecticut General Assembly, Gov. Ned Lamont is still trying to figure out how to otherwise fund sorely needed transportation infrastructure projects.

A lot depends on the Biden administration and the willingness of Lamont's fellow Democrats who control the state House and Senate. Last week's congressional-aid stimulus package includes $344 million for transportation projects in Connecticut, under three separate programs for highways, airports and mass transit.

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