The great recession drove many companies to look for sales overseas. A new survey of Connecticut companies shows that half of those responding said exports helped them weather the downturn. Now, domestic markets are looking up, but those firms still want to diversify across the world. WNPR'... read more
Metro-North railroad has announced it will restore full service to the New Haven line on Wednesday. While many commuters heeded pleas to avoid rush hour travel on Monday, some didn’t have a choice or decided to brave it anyway -- including me.
After biking to New Haven’s Union Station at 7 a.m. this morning, I was met with a surprise: A practically empty train station at the height of rush hour. Janet Piselli was one of just a handful of people on the 7:22 train that would take her to Br... read more
Read more in the Connecticut Mirror at ctmirror.org.
Last Friday’s train crash showed the need for more investment in mass transit in Connecticut. In addition, new data reveals that Americans’ driving habits are changing, especially among younger people. Transportation advocates say it’s time... read more
Commercial insurers are very close to revealing the rates they’ll charge for healthcare plans under the new Connecticut healthcare exchange. As WNPR’s Harriet Jones reports, it’s been a long, uncertain road to get here.
Connecticut was one of the first states in the country to get its e... read more