Energy Not Transportation

"Although not a spectacular ranking, Connecticut placed 37 for transportation. But it was its energy infrastructure that drove Connecticut’s ranking into the bottom five."

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A Shift on Housing?

Lisa Tepper Bates, Lamont’s senior coordinator for housing and transit-oriented development, said in an interview that the administration hopes to bring change by adopting a "different philosophy, which is to go to the communities and try and have this discussion and try and see how far we can get."

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Giulietti on TOD

“Putting a [transit-oriented development] next to an active rail yard has never worked successfully because of the constant noise of the trains moving, the horns blowing — all the things that people don’t want to live next to” -- CTDOT Commissioner Joseph Giulietti

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iCRV Schedule Highlights

When people ask whether we have a print edition, we say, no, we have radio. And by radio, we mean our partners at iCRV in Ivoryton, CT. In addition to our weekly program, "Big Questions in Small Places," iCRV provides a wealth of local music, voices, and connections. Click here find out what's on the air this week!

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