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July 3, 2014

Senator to push for beefed up rail safety

Sen. Richard Blumenthal has not drafted specifics of his bill, but promised that it would require expanded use of new technology for track inspections, double signal protections for employees doing track work, inward- and outward-facing cameras at the engineer's seat.


May 10, 2011

Conn. Senator: $30M high-speed rail award not enough

U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal said that the state applied for $227 million for its 62-mile rail project.


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