- A quasi-public agency to market and coordinate the development of Connecticut’s ports, harbors, and maritime economy
- Aims to grow Connecticut’s economy through strategic investments
- Focus on infrastructure improvements and attracting investors
A quasi-public agency established in 2014, the Connecticut Port Authority is responsible for marketing and coordinating the development of the state’s three deep water ports, small harbors, and maritime economy. The agency works to drive Connecticut’s economic growth and job creation by investing in infrastructure improvements, strategic investment in high-potential growth areas, and attracting private investors.
Who’s it for?
Any investors involved in Connecticut’s maritime economy, particularly those associated with harbors or the deep water ports in Bridgeport, New Haven, and New London.