By Jacqueline Rabe Thomas Monday, April 29, 2013
With nearly 300 car crashes reported every day in Connecticut, state officials are working to identify trouble spots.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Monday morning that the University of Connecticut is planning to launch a one-stop-shop for police officers to report car crashes. The university in turn will analyze the data and provide the state Department of Transportation with areas of concern.
"It gives us an instantaneous response of how to prioritize our work," said Transportation Commissioner James Redeker.