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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • ConnDOT's Statewide Long-Range Transportation Plan
    ConnDOT provides basic information on the Connecticut Department of Transportation and its leaders, direction, history and funding. ConnDOT works with the public, transportation partners, state and federal legislators, and other state and local agencies to provide a safe and efficient transportation system for the people traveling in Connecticut.
  • A list of several ConnDOT planning documents
  • CT Bicycle Coalition
    Lots of information about bicycling.
  • CT Transit
    Connecticut Transit (CTTRANSIT) is the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CDOT)-owned bus service. Several companies under contract to CDOT operate services in metropolitan areas throughout Connecticut.
  • 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
  • CTrides
    The Connecticut bus and rail transportation system consists of two commuter rail lines, three branch lines, eight CTTRANSIT bus divisions, and fourteen active transit districts. Complementary paratransit services, mandated by the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) are provided in all areas with fixed route services. Follow the links below to explore your options for getting to work, school, shopping, and entertainment destinations.
  • Greater Hartford Transit District
    The Greater Hartford Transit District is committed to providing the highest quality transportation and transit related support services, as well as securing the attainment of capital items crucial to viable transportation systems, within the Greater Hartford region and statewide.
  • 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.
  • North Central CT EMS
    The North Central Connecticut Emergency Medical Services Council, Inc. (NCCEMSC) is a non-profit corporation charged by the Statues and Regulations of the State of Connecticut to: plan, establish, coordinate and administer the development of an efficient emergency medical services system and to perform any functions which may be necessary or proper to contribute to the attainment of better emergency medical services (EMS) for the people of North Central Connecticut.
  • Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center
    The PBIC is a clearinghouse for information about health and safety, engineering, advocacy, education, enforcement and access and mobility.
  • Rideshare
    When you want alternatives to driving alone to work, turn to us for customer care. A non-profit organization, we're celebrating over 21 years of helping thousands of Connecticut commuters find ways of sharing the ride to work. Our network contains detailed routes and schedules for all buses, vans and trains as well as information from individuals looking to carpool.
  • Transportation Strategy Board
    State's transportation strategy
  • 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

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