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Along The Lines

Nov 17, 2021

Finding transportation options can seem overwhelming for our fellow citizens who are restricted by age, mobility issues, or cognitive and physical disabilities. However, with the services of Mobility Management as identified in The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, these individuals are provided assistance...


Nov 3, 2021

In 1959, the lively neighborhoods of New Haven, CT were disrupted and separated by the development of the Route 34 expressway. After nearly half a century, they will be reconnected through the Downtown Crossing project. This project will make the city safer, more accessible for pedestrians, and restore the urban street...


Oct 19, 2021

Connecticut has the nation’s oldest continuously operating ferry service. Since the 1700s, the Connecticut State Ferry system has moved goods, passengers, bikes, and now cars across the Connecticut River. Today people use the ferries as part of their commute, but they play an important role in tourism and economic...


Sep 28, 2021

Returning to the Office – many employers and employees are wondering what that looks like and how it will evolve. On this episode of Along the Lines, we’ll review a recent survey commissioned by the CT DOT to gauge the attitudes and intentions of commuters as workplaces start to reopen.

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Sep 8, 2021

In this second episode of The Future of Cities series, Rich is joined by two special guests - Brent Toderian, International Consultant and Founder of Toderian UrbanWorks, and Lynn Haig, Director of Planning at the City of Bridgeport. Tune in as they discuss how travel patterns have changed in Connecticut during the...