The I-95 New Haven Harbor Crossing (NHHC) Corridor Improvement Program is one of Connecticut's largest multi-modal transportation improvement initiatives. The program includes operational, safety and capacity improvements to over 7 miles of Interstate 95, including a new signature bridge over New Haven Harbor. In addition to new and upgraded Shore Line East commuter rail stations, there are numerous Transit and Transportation System Management (TSM) components included as part of the program.
The August, 1999 report entitled: Federal Highway Administration Record of Decision for Interstate 95 New Haven Harbor Crossing Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge (Q-Bridge), commonly known as the "ROD", documents the Transit and TSM components in Section 1.2 (pp. 3-4). The components are as follows:
Shore Line East
Commuter Rail Station at State Street
Improved Transit Marketing
Improved Access to Transit Information
Public and Private Carpool Matching
Voluntary Rideshare (HOV) Preferential Parking
Insurance Breaks ($40) for Rideshare (HOV)/Transit
Guaranteed Ride Home
Read the following reports that summarize the current implementation status of these Transit and TSM components.