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Rell To Shake Up DOT

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Concerned by the expanding list of safety and construction problems associated with a project to improve a busy stretch of I-84 near Waterbury, Gov. M. Jodi Rell said Saturday she is setting in motion a "top-to-bottom" reorganization of the troubled state Department of Transportation.

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http://www.courant.com/news/politics/hc-do...-headlines-home

Looks like the DOT may finally be getting new blood.....

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Concerned by the expanding list of safety and construction problems associated with a project to improve a busy stretch of I-84 near Waterbury, Gov. M. Jodi Rell said Saturday she is setting in motion a "top-to-bottom" reorganization of the troubled state Department of Transportation.

Read on.......

http://www.courant.com/news/politics/hc-do...-headlines-home

Looks like DOT may finally be getting new blood.....

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Let's hope it's someone mass-transit friendly...

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Let's hope it's someone mass-transit friendly...

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I'd like to see faster and more frequent service on the Danbury and Waterbury branches of Metro North. That and some major road fixes.

And of course, the I wish it would happen but probably not for a long time if ever (unless I beecome governor): Mileage based exit numbering on the highways.

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I would love to see Connecticut get into Mass-transit!! The new SLN as I call it would be a start, but Rell should hire someone in PRIVATE INDUSTRY (Maybe the VP of the Providence & Worcester RR). I think it would be wonderful to see some of these 'RAIL-Trails' return to RAILS.

I would love to see the DOT talk to NYDOT about getting together to rebuild the Poughkeepsie - Highland bridge. Rail frieght to New England would increase!

JimS

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