Connecticut will be home to building manufacturer FullStack Modular as its headquarters moves from New York’s Brooklyn Navy Yard to Gateway Terminal at the Port of New Haven.May 26, 2023
With a new highway use tax set to taking effect with the new year, the trucking industry in Connecticut still has many questions about how to comply and who must pay the tax and is also floating the possibility of legal action.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont has extended the gas tax holiday through Dec. 31 in a bill signed during a special session of the General Assembly to provide economic relief to residents.December 7, 2022
Connecticut truckers are facing an uphill battle in opposing the governor's bill to improve air quality by imposing California’s stringent emissions standards on medium- and heavy-duty vehicles.April 6, 2022
A Connecticut effort to curb carbon-spewing emissions from large trucks by adopting California’s clean air regulations moved forward March 28, despite heavy criticism from opponents who said it could lead to higher costs on Connecticut businesses.
With the state budget surplus hitting record-breaking levels, Connecticut legislators voted unanimously March 23 to cut gasoline taxes — and talked about reducing more taxes in the future.
The Connecticut General Assembly approved a bill that would impose a highway use fee on heavy commercial trucks.June 10, 2021
HARTFORD, Conn. — Republican state lawmakers, along with trucking and food-distribution executives, on April 28 declared war on Gov. Ned Lamont’s proposed regional climate initiative and user tax for heavy trucks on state highways.
In his recent budget address, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont proposed a mileage-based fee on tractor-trailers estimated to raise $90 million annually.February 10, 2021
The Connecticut Department of Transportation released its $9.7 billion capital plan, which includes investments across various modes of transportation over the next five years.January 25, 2021