CT demands Sandy relief funds

Connecticut is fighting for its share of Sandy relief funds for public transit.

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Tweed plan not taking off

Current plans to expand New Haven’s Tweed Airport will not be coming to fruition anytime soon.

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Students drawn to off-campus housing

Despite Yale’s much touted residential college system, more Yalies seem to be making the move off campus.

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Route 34 hits political traffic

While New Haven’s Community Development Committee met last week to discuss a redevelopment plan for Route 34, New Haven bikers, car owners and environmental activists held their breaths.

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Union Station renovation underway

Beginning last week, New Haven’s parking authority Park Haven began scaffolding for a renovation of Union Station that will cost approximately $2.3 million.

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Yale shuttle expansion considered

Yale administrators are discussing the possibility of expanding the Yale shuttle system further into New Haven.

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Metro-North travel to New York delayed

Yalies taking the Metro-North train to New York City have a longer ride than ever before.

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Metro-North begins customer forums

Giuletti assumed the office of Metro-North President on Feb.1.

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Probe finds Metro-North safety practices inadequate

A federal report released Friday says Metro-North has built a culture of not making its passengers’ safety its first priority.

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Co-chair races yield mixed results

A pair of challengers won one of Tuesday’s two contested Democratic Ward co-chair races, while incumbents dominated the other.

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Metro-North announces safety plan

Metro-North's top two executives offered a series of proposals to revitalize the New Haven Line.

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Hausladen: the road to Transit Chief

Last week, when snow was once again blanketing the city, Doug Hausladen ’04 was running around New Haven helping to enforce a parking-ban.

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