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June 2012

Debate over intercity rail leaves policy at a crossroads

Some critics of the proposed California high-speed rail system have used the state’s Legislative Analyst’s Office report, which recommended that the program not be funded, as its rally cry.

June 2011

Public transportation's reckoning is coming soon

Cliff Henke, a contributing editor to METRO, is senior analyst at PB. His views herein are solely his own.

November 2009

Financial, Economic Crisis Tightened Funding, Credit for Public Transit

On the verge of receiving ARRA funding, many agencies were either left scrambling to stretch funds using ‘creative financing’ or playing it more conservatively. A new report calls for increased fed funding to help circumvent money woes should the economy, financial downturns worsen or occur again.

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