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Connecticut transportation officials discuss ways to ease I-95 congestion

The state is considering narrowing lanes and using

The state is considering narrowing lanes and using shoulders to create an extra lane that drivers can pay to use. (June 4, 2014 6:25 PM)

State transportation officials met Wednesday at Housatonic Community College to discuss ways to ease I-95 congestion.

The state says commuters in southwestern Connecticut spend about 40 hours a year stuck in traffic.

Tom Maziara, chief of planning at the Department of Transportation, suggested electronic tolling that can read E-ZPass from overhead. The state is also considering narrowing...

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