The Connecticut State Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Connnecticut Airport Authority(CAA) are the entities responsible
for Bradley's operations as a transportation facility and as a business. The DOT's Bureau of Aviation, the division governing the State's air transportation infrastructure, is headquartered at the DOT building in Newington, CT. The Bureau does, however, maintain personnel and offices at the Airport.
The Department of Transportation is headquartered in Newington and is responsible for the construction and maintenance of major Connecticut roads, highways and bridges, and the state’s public transit system. The 3,200-employee agency also oversees commuter and freight rail lines, shoreline ports and piers, ferries, Bradley International Airport and the five GA airports. Its stated mission is to “provide a safe, efficient and cost-effective transportation system that meets the mobility needs of its users.”
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State Department of Transportation web site