Federal Highway Administration
FHWA carries out the Federal highway programs in partnership with the State and local agencies to meet the Nation's transportation needs.
Federal Transit Administration
The Federal Transit Administration administers federal funding to support a variety of locally planned, constructed, and operated public transportation systems throughout the U.S., including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, streetcars, monorail, passenger ferry boats, inclined railways, and people movers.
Bike Walk CT (formerly Central CT Bicycle Alliance) The Central Connecticut Bicycle Alliance is the regional bike advocacy organization.
Connecticut Department of Transportation
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (ConnDOT) is one of the leading transportation agencies in the nation and we are aggressively recruiting new hires to join our team. Team members are currently needed to work in the fields of Highway Maintenance and Transportation Engineering.
Connecticut Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan Update
The Connecticut DOT adopted a new Bicycle and Pedestrian plan in 2009. You can view the plan and the new state bicycle map here: www.ctbikepedplan.org.
CT Transportation Institute at UConn
CTI's mission is to conduct integrated multidisciplinary research, education and related services that promote safety and efficiency in multi-modal passenger and freight transportation systems and, in turn, enhance livable communities, sustainable economies and the environment. CTI brings.
National Center for Biking and Walking
The mission of the National Center for Bicycling & Walking (NCBW) is to help create bicycle-friendly and walkable communities across North America by encouraging and supporting the efforts of individuals, organizations, and agencies.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
The PBIC is a clearinghouse for information about health and safety, engineering, advocacy, education, enforcement and access and mobility.
Walkable Communities, Inc.
Walkable Communities, Inc. provides a variety of services to communities, large and small. The Walkable Communities staff have helped: neighborhood organizations, traffic engineering staff, planning and community redevelopment staff, universities, small towns