CNBC's Top States for Business 2013 ranks Connecticut as having the second worst transportation infrastructure in the U.S.A new study ranks Bridgeport-Stamford 7th among the nation’s large urban areas with the worst major roads; New Haven and Hartford aren’t far behind, in 16th and 20th place.
How do highway congestion, a crumbling infrastructure, and other bottlenecks affect Connecticut’s businesses and economic vitality? What’s the solution—and who pays for it?
Join us at the first-ever summit on Connecticut transportation issues, where we release results of the 2013 Connecticut Transportation Survey and get reactions, insights, and commentary from regional and national transportation experts. We'll also hear from legislators and senior state transportation officials on priority projects and funding strategies. See the full agenda.
Featured speakers include:
Sponsored by UIL Holdings Corp., this event is presented by CBIA, the Stamford Chamber of Commerce, Connecticut Construction Industries Association (CCIA), and Motor Transport Association of Connecticut (MTAC).