Congestion on Connecticut's state roads and interstate highways restrains economic activity, costs us jobs, increases pollution, and diminishes our quality life. Our infrastructure is aging, and to a large degree behind the times. Among the priorities for the Malloy Administration:
* Repairing our highways, especially in high usage areas like Fairfield and New Haven counties.
* Updating and improving the aging infrastructure between Boston and Washington that forces trains in that corridor to slow down.
* New strategies to reduce congestion/ provide attractive mass transportation options, especially in New Haven and Fairfield counties and parts of the I-84 corridor.