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Murphy asks ‘Fed Up’ commuters how to improve roads and rails

U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy   (Screen grab)
U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (Screen grab)

WASHINGTON, D.C., Conn. – U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy has announced a new vehicle for constituent complaints about commuting in Connecticut – his “Fed Up” website.

The video and online survey launched Thursday invites residents to channel their road rage into constructive feedback about how a shorter, more reliable commute could improve commerce, productivity and quality of life for Connecticut commuters and residents.

“Connecticut traffic is a nightmare. I’ve heard from commuters all across the state, and they’re fed up. Traffic means stress. Congestion means being late for work. Delays mean missing dinner with your kids night after night,” Murphy said.

Murphy, a member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Appropriations’ subcommittee dealing with transportation, said he will use the feedback to bolster efforts to secure more federal investment in rail and road improvements.

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One response to “Murphy asks ‘Fed Up’ commuters how to improve roads and rails”

  1. John Hamlin

    What has Chris Murphy done to secure additional funding for rail and road and infrastructure improvements? Setting up a complaint line on one of the most obvious problems we face hardly seems like a creative or helpful path towards a solution. We don’t need therapy, we need action.

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