CT DMV wait times have decreased

Gov. Malloy says Connecticut drivers are not waiting as long at some Department of Motor Vehicles offices.



Malloy says a pilot program launched in the fall has led to a 55% reduction in wait times at two DMV test sites.



The governor says the programs have also helped loosen certain requirements and eliminate red tape.



He says as a result, the program's measures will be extended to other offices around the state.



State officials also say the DMV is now also working to improve its telephone customer service.


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