The manager of Wisla Express, a company that ran a passenger shuttle from Central Connecticut to the New York airports, has been indicted on charges that he falsified drivers’ records after they worked more hours than federal regulations permit, The Hartford Courant reports.
Meanwhile, Connecticut Limousine, which has run airport buses and shuttles to New York airports for decades, seems to have settled a dispute with the Port Authority over unpaid fees, according to WTNH Channel 8. That’s good, I guess, but I I stopped using Connecticut Limo five years ago after a particularly awful ride back from JFK.
If there is no safe and comfortable shuttle, we Connecticut residents must find another way to the New York airports for long-haul flights. The options are poor: drive to New York, hire private transportation or hope Amtrak will get you to the Air Train on time.
Or take a connecting flight from Bradley. Or move to New York, I guess.