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FTA to provide $26M for transit oriented development planning

Government Issues| May 24, 2018

Will fund comprehensive planning to support transit ridership, multimodal connectivity, and mixed-use development near transit stations.

Md. latest state to land State Safety Oversight certification

Security and Safety | May 16, 2018

Federal law requires states with rail transit systems to obtain FTA certification of their SSO Programs by April 15, 2019.

Rail| May 16, 2018

Sound Transit Link light rail extension lands $75M grant

Construction is expected to begin in Fall 2018, with revenue service targeted for 2022.

Government Issues| May 10, 2018

Jacksonville, 19 more projects receive passenger ferry grants

The grants will fund projects to purchase, replace or rehabilitate passenger ferries, terminals and related infrastructure, and equipment.

Technology| May 7, 2018

4 Ways Transit Agencies Can Amp Up Asset Management

Benefits include the prospect of ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency of their service through more confidence in budget projections, more formalized data collection, and efficient reporting procedures.

National Transit Institute opens Request for Presenters for training workshop

The Transit Trainers' Workshop event, which is the only national event focused on training in the transit industry, will be held in Seattle Nov. 11 to 13.

Security and Safety | April 25, 2018

Metrorail Safety Commission names new CEO

David L. Mayer will oversee the management and operations of the MSC, which was created by the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia to serve as the State Safety Oversight Agency for the Metrorail system.

Government Issues| April 24, 2018

Pennsylvania, 2 more states earn State Safety Oversight certification

Requirements include establishing an SSO agency that is financially and legally independent from the rail transit agencies it oversees.

Technology| April 23, 2018

FTA offers $84M for technologically advanced transit buses

Low-No Program supports projects bringing bus technologies such as battery-electric power and hydrogen fuel cells into service.

Bus| April 23, 2018

DCTA receives $2.6M to construct bus maintenance facility

The new facility will accommodate up to 45 buses and provide cost savings for the agency, with less buses having to travel to an alternate facility.

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