Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday announced the formation of a nonpartisan group that will spend the next several months coming up with options to fund his proposed 30-year, $100 billion overhaul of Connecticut's transportation system.
The Democrat said the Governor's Transportation Finance Panel will recommend transportation financing options to him by the end of the summer. The panel includes experts in transportation, finance and economic development. It will be led by former New Haven Rep. Cameron Staples, the former co-chairm...
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