Attorney General: Attorney General Departments
Attorney General Departments

Transportation
 Transportation, Housing & Public Works
  The Transportation Department of the Office of the Attorney General provides representation for the following state agencies: Department of Transportation ("DOT"); Department of Public Works ("DPW"); Department of Administrative Services ("DAS"); Department of Motor Vehicles ("DMV"); Department of Information Technology ("DOIT"); Department of Economic and Community Development, Housing Matters ("DECD"); and the Connecticut Historical Commission. In addition, the Transportation Department provides representation for various occupational licensing boards within the Department of Consumer Protection ("DCP"). The representation of the foregoing state agencies/boards includes, but is not limited to, counseling and advice on legal issues, the prosecution or defense of lawsuits or claims in both federal and Connecticut courts, and before various administrative entities, including the defense of claims filed with the Office of the Claims Commissioner pursuant to Chapter 53 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
 
 Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles
  The jurisdiction of the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles includes, but is not limited to, the licensing of motor vehicle operators, the registration of motor vehicles, including emissions testing, motor vehicle dealers and repairers, trucks and school buses. If you have any questions concerning any motor vehicle issue, you may wish to visit the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles website or by contacting them at (860)263-5700 (Within Hartford area or outside of Connecticut); or at (800)842-8222 (Elsewhere in Connecticut).
 
 Connecticut Department of Transportation
  The Connecticut Department of Transportation has jurisdiction over many facets of transportation within the State of Connecticut, including the construction and maintenance of all State highways (numbered roads). Additionally, the Connecticut Department of Transportation provides passenger transportation services such as commuter buses and trains and regulates taxicabs, motor vehicles in livery service (including limousines) and intrastate moving companies. The Connecticut Department of Transportation also runs several of the airports within the state, including Bradley International Airport. If you have any questions concerning these matters, you may wish visit the Connecticut Department of Transportationís website; or contact them at (860)594-2000.
 
 Historic Preservation and Museum Commission Division of the Connecticut Commission on Arts, Tourism, Culture, History and Film
  The Historic Preservation and Museum Division protects and preserves Connecticutís historical resources such as residential and commercial buildings, schools and factories, town greens and parks, churches and temples. The Historic Preservation and Museum Commission works closely with the Attorney Generalís Transportation Department to prevent the unreasonable destruction of historic properties and landmarks. If you have any questions concerning these matters, you may wish to visit the Connecticut Historic Preservation and Museum Commission website; or contact them at (860)566-3005.
 
 Moving Companies
  If you move within the State of Connecticut, the moving company is regulated by the Connecticut Department of Transportation. You may contact them at (860)594-2860 or visit the Connecticut Department of Transportation website.

If you move between a point within Connecticut and a point outside Connecticut, the moving company is regulated by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. You can find helpful information on their website by following this link to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrationís website. In particular, you should review the booklet entitled ďYour Rights and Responsibilities When You Move.Ē This booklet should answer many of your questions and help you to avoid potential conflicts with your mover.

You may contact the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrationís Connecticut Regional Office at (860)659-6700 or visit their website by clicking on the link above.