Widening Interstate Route I-95 Is Not the Answer

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following article was published in edited form as an Op-Ed piece in Greenwich Time, a newspaper serving Greenwich, CT. * * * * *

Transportation Strategy for Southwestern Connecticut

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following letter updates a 20-year strategic plan for transportation prepared in November 2002 by the Coastal Corridor Transportation Investment Area (CCTIA), a state-mandated body of which I am co-chair. The CCTIA represents towns located in southwestern Connecticut, and it reports to the Transportation Strategy Board, which is responsible for developing a statewide plan. I was the principal draftsman of both the plan and the update letter.* * * * *

Road Pricing on Connecticut's Highways

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer
The following is a letter to the editor that appeared in edited form in the Connecticut Section of the New York Times on May 4, 2003. Since then a congestion charge has been introduced in Stockholm, Sweden, and introduction of one in New York City was a major recommendation in a long-range plan for the city proposed in April 2007 by Mayor Bloomberg.
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To the Editor:

Transportation Strategy

Submitted by H. Franklin Bloomer

The subpages to this page consist of various writings on subjects relating to transportation. They were written as the result of my service on the Coastal Corridor Transportation Investment Area (CCTIA), a committee that advised Greenwich's First Selectman on transportation issues and a bicycle advocacy organization, Greenwich Safe Cycling, that I organized and chaired until 2008.


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