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Opinion: New Connecticut rail bridge vital to economy

(Source: Hartford Courant opinion column by Michael Friedberg, February 25, 2018. Mr. Friedberg is the executive director of the Coalition for the Northeast Corridor.)

HARTFORD, Conn. — President Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan represents an important step toward creating funding opportunities that will drive economic growth across the country. Now, the administration and Congress must come together to identify how they can advance critical transportation projects in Connecticut and throughout the Northeast Corridor, which will strengthen America’s economy for the future.

Full story: Hartford Courant

Monday, February 26, 2018

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