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HARTFORD, CT — An engineer inside the Department of Transportation said Connecticut could save at least $100 million a year in taxpayer money by allowing state employees to do the work. The DOT contends that paying significantly more to outsource jobs ultimately saves tax dollars. All the while, Connecticut is racking up some of the highest per-mile road construction costs in the nation.
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Connecticut DOT Spends More On Road Inspections By Outsourcing