Topic : Capital Investment Grant Program

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FTA announces NEC Portal Bridge Project Record of Decision

Rail| August 7, 2017

This ROD is a part of the environmental review process required by law for projects seeking federal funding through the CIG Program. Additional steps must be completed according to legal criteria before the FTA can make a determination about CIG funding for the project.

Transit leaders react to proposed transit cuts in Administration's budget

Government Issues| June 12, 2017

APTA and the transit industry is calling on the Trump Administration and Congress to reject these cuts and reaffirm its support for these programs as part of the FY18 budget process

Government Issues| May 24, 2017

APTA displeased with Trump budget proposal to cut key public transit funding programs

In addition, while APTA officials appreciate the Administration putting forth an outline of an infrastructure proposal, they noted that public transit must be a significant part of any proposed infrastructure initiative.

Rail| May 23, 2017

OCTA to seek FTA Full Funding Agreement for streetcar project

The project is expected to cost approximately $299.3 million, with other funding coming from state cap-and-trade funding, other federal and local funding.

Government Issues| April 26, 2017

APTA's Capitol Hill forum addresses benefits of public transportation investment

The forum comes as Trump's proposed budget would cut the US DOT's budget by $2.4 billion and severely impact the Capital Investment Grants and TIGER programs.

Government Issues| March 30, 2017

APTA issues 'alert' to contact Congress to support capital grant program

The Capital Investment Grant (CIG) program would be phased out in President Trump's FY 2018 "skinny budget" proposal.

Government Issues| March 16, 2017

Trump's 'Skinny Budget' cuts U.S. DOT funding by $2.4B

Under the Administration’s proposal, the DOT's funding would be cut by 13%, to $16.2 billion, and limits funding for the Federal Transit Administration's Capital Investment program, eliminates funding for the Essential Air Service program, and ends federal support for long-distance Amtrak trains.

Bus| December 29, 2016

San Francisco, Reno, Nev. BRT projects land federal grants

The CIG Program is the nation’s primary grant program for funding major transit capital investments. Projects accepted into the program must go through a multi-year, multi-step process.

Bus| December 22, 2016

Utah Transit Authority's Provo-Orem BRT line gets $75M fed infusion

From the north, the line will originate at the Orem Transit Center and run to downtown Provo, with stops at Utah Valley University, Brigham Young University, and the Provo Central Station.

Rail| December 16, 2016

TEX Rail, Feds reach $499M grant agreement for commuter rail line

The 26.8-mile commuter rail line will serve downtown Fort Worth, the City of Grapevine, and DFW Airport.

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