The recent elections have shown Hartford an important fact: The 120,000 daily riders of Metro-North have political power.
America’s obsession with automobiles is not only creating gridlock and ruining the quality of our air, but it’s eating up our land and sending real estate costs upward.
The fall campaign has brought a welcome discussion of the state’s transportation woes, especially getting mass transit back into a state of good repair.
After hearing Gov. Malloy and his Republican opponent, Tom Foley, discuss transportation, I am enthusiastically endorsing Malloy for re-election.