Connecticut’s sale of special tax obligation bonds for infrastructure improvements generated $173.4 million of retail orders, the highest level for any sale under the STO bonding program since its inception in 1984, state Treasurer Denise Nappier said.

“This financing will provide the capital necessary to support critical strategic transportation improvements across the state,” Nappier said of the $600 million sale that priced Oct 31.

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