STAMFORD, Conn. – The Connecticut Public Transportation Commission will hold the last of four planned public hearings this year on Tuesday at the Western Connecticut Council of Governments conference room on the third floor of the Stamford Government Center.
As with the other meetings, the aim of this gathering is to get public testimony from residents, transportation providers, public officials and other entities on state transportation services and local issues.
Examples include rail station parking, planned expansion of rail service under Let’s Go CT, potential bus rapid transit service in Fairfield County, connectivity and integration between transit modes and operators, mixed use transit-oriented development at Stamford Station, and repairing the state's rail infrastructure.
All comments will be considered when the commission presents its annual report to Gov. Dannel Malloy, the commissioner of transportation, and the Transportation Committee of the General Assembly.
The hearing will begin at 7 p.m. at the Stamford Government Center, at 888 Washington Boulevard in Stamford.
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