Connecticut DOT Bureau Chief of Public Transportation, Rich Andreski, joins Newsmakers to discuss the state of the state's transportation system moving people and goods by bus, train and ferry." />
Connecticut Public Transportation System- 4:42
with Rich Andreski on Bus, Rail and Ferry
Posted Apr 09, 2018
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Public Transportation is a lifeline in many U.S. cities. Connecticut DOT Bureau Chief of Public Transportation, Rich Andreski, joins Newsmakers to discuss the state of the state's transportation system moving people and goods by bus, train and ferry.
Hosted by: Eric ClemonsProduced by: Western New England Newsmakers Team
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