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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