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47 Clover St New Haven, CT
Public Works did not come down this end of Clover - between Truman and Frank Street. Toters were not emptied this morning. They are already overflowing!!! Need to be picked up today!!!!
45 Clover Street New Haven, CT
The brown toters at 45 Clover were on the curb again this week before the PW trucks came down Truman (around 9:30 this morning) and for the 2nd week in a row, NHPW did not pick up. Last week the tenants had to bring their toters off the curb back to the house, because NHPW did not pick up. This morning they brought them out and again NHPW did not pick up. Please send the truck BACK to pick up as there is nowhere for these tenants to put their 2rd week of trash!!!!
Front Ave West Haven, Connecticut
There is a group of teens running around stealing anything they can grab. Breaking and entering, grand theft, to name a few. Problem even with prints and names these criminals continue on there spree. Something has to be done.
Subway Across From Unh New Haven, CT
O2 CT Transit bus to Post Mall Milford driver insisted on charging riders 1.50 price increase today when price goes up tomorrow! Sign is posted on bus as well as on their site
System-wide Bus Service Updates
BUS FARE INCREASES TAKE EFFECT JANUARY 19, 2014
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) announced today that most CTTRANSIT and ADA Paratransit fares will increase effective January 19, 2014. As a result of public input received during the fare increase process, some of the proposed fare increases were reduced and transfer policies have been improved.
With the new fare structure, a one-way cash fare for CTTRANSIT local bus service will increase from $1.30 to $1.50. One-way ADA Paratransit service will increase to $3.00, and ADA Paratransit 10-trip books will cost $24.00. For express bus passengers who use flash passes instead of a 31-day pass, the fare increase will be effective for the month of February 2014.
While most fares are rising, some fares will decrease in price. A local bus one-day unlimited ride pass will decrease to $3.00, or the cost of just one round trip fare. The three-day pass will also see a slight decrease in price.
Also effective on January 19, 2014, the length of time for transfers will increase from ninety minutes to two hours. Transfers will be valid for unlimited rides on local CTTRANSIT buses going in any direction for two hours from the time issued. A transfer is issued upon request when the fare is paid upon boarding the bus.
"We realize that it is a difficult time to raise fares," said CT DOT Commissioner James Redeker, noting that the Department has held the line on fares since January 2012, which was the first increase in seven years. "Unfortunately operating expenses dictate the need to raise fares to maintain the current level of service. We've done our best to moderate the impact on our riders by listening to the feedback gathered during the public comment process."
The new fare structure will retain discounted rates for seniors, youth, and people with disabilities. The new fare structure is attached as part of this news release.
CTTRANSIT is the state-owned bus transit system serving the greater Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, New Britain, Meriden, Bristol and Wallingford areas.
For More Information: http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?A=1373&Q=536600
Note: Detailed fare information.
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Peck Ave west haven, CT
Please enforce the parking ban!!! My neighbors don't seem to understand the city has a parking ban....growing very tired of people not respecting others......please tow them, they have been here for years and can't not know at this point....
Beach St West Haven, CT
The city's plows continue to scrape streets that are perfectly passable by automobiles, even if it forces drivers to actually observe speed limits (imagine that). On top of that, the plows are now throwing snow onto sidewalks that have already been cleared (beach St is an example). How about transferring the resources now being wasted on finessing every last bit of snow off the streets into clearing sidewalks and crosswalks? Many crosswalks are BURIED in plowed snow. No doubt Public (Doesn't) Works will say that these are the responsibilities of residents and businesses, which is a cynical and unreasonable argument.
Shame on West Haven for showing such blatant contempt and disregard for the needs of pedestrians.