Local Legislators to Celebrate Windsor Train Stop Development Today

Legislators representing Windsor will speak about the approval of funds to develop a high speed rail line through town.

Legislators representing Windsor will be on hand tomorrow afternoon at the train station to discuss and celebrate the development of a high-speed rail line station in town. Earlier today, the State Bond Commission approved funding for the development of the station area.

The stop will be a part of the New Haven - Hartford - Springfield line.

State Representatives Peggy Sayers (D-60th district), David Baram (D-15th district) and Elaine O'Brien (D-61st district) will join Speaker of the House Christopher G. Donovan (D-Meriden) at the train station on Central Street at 2 p.m., Fri., Feb. 25.

The representatives are expected to celebrate the approval of funding and speak about the benefits of having a high-speed rail stop in town.

Kristin Ingram February 25, 2011 at 04:18 AM
High speed rail in a densely populated area is a joke. The current trains slow down significantly in this area. How will the proposed high speed rail be different?
tchjjal February 25, 2011 at 02:55 PM
Look at the true blue legislatures spending money we don't have for a system that won't benefit anyone but the unions and democratic politicians!


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