“Inside a Commuter Rail Comeback in Hartford”

CityLab recently published an article about the Hartford Line, Connecticut’s first commuter rail service. The Hartford Line connects Springfield, MA and New Haven, CT, with eight stops along the 62-mile line.

Doug Suisman is quoted in the article, talking about The iQuilt Plan, and how rail is integral to the vision:

The vision was to create a vibrant downtown that would be the living room for the whole city. Changing the paradigm from a car-dominated and parking-dominated downtown to a city focused on pedestrians, biking, BRT, and commuter rail—all concentrated downtown.

Read the full article here.