Connecticut Port Authority

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Connecticut Port Authority
Connecticut is home to three deepwater ports (Bridgeport, New Haven, and New London) where the bulk of Connecticut’s commercial maritime industry operates, as well as small and mid-size coastal and river harbors that also make important contributions to the State’s economy. From the terminals in New Haven, New London and Bridgeport to commercially successful ferry operations in Bridgeport and New London to major shipyards such as Electric Boat and the U.S. Navy Sub Base in Groton to numerous marinas to fishing fleets and boat repair facilities, Connecticut’s commercial waterfront is an important contributor to jobs, economic activity and tax revenue. The Connecticut Port Authority is a quasi-public agency that is responsible for marketing and coordinating the development of the state’s ports and maritime economy. The creation of the Connecticut Port Authority represents a major commitment by the Governor and the Assembly to invest in the state’s port infrastructure to create jobs and attract private investment to the state. Evan Matthews, Executive Director

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