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Minn. legislators write letter asking feds to deny $900M in rail funding

Government Issues| March 22, 2017

Even though cities spanning the proposed 14-mile Southwest Corridor light rail line have signed off, the legislators opposing the project say there are too many legal and financial uncertainties, as well as ridership questions for it to move forward.

Calif. transit leaders denounce Trump's crippling cuts to transportation

Government Issues| March 20, 2017

Budget cuts are achieved by zeroing out federal support for Amtrak’s long-distance train services, limiting federal funding for the FTA’s Capital Investment Program to projects with an existing FFGA, and eliminating funding for the TIGER discretionary grant program.

Rail| March 20, 2017

CATS shelves plans to expand light rail system to 3-car trains

Three years ago, CATS started the process to lengthen the old stations so they could handle longer trains. The city spent roughly $17 million lengthening four stations, leaving 11 more stations to be lengthened a few at a time.

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.

Rail| March 8, 2017

N.C. Durham-Orange light rail project plans reports, vote for April

The FTA told GoTriangle in a recent email that the two counties involved must be committed to paying at least 30% of the project’s local cost, or $371.1 million, before the project can be approved for engineering work.

Rail| March 6, 2017

FTA says Metro Transit's light rail funds cannot be redirected

The agency's statement comes after a plan was introduced in the state legislature to redirect the funds for the project to roads and bridges instead.

Rail| March 1, 2017

Caltrain negotiates extension for electrification project

While the agency awaits a decision from the FTA about the execution of a $647 million funding agreement.

Government Issues| February 28, 2017

Pub Perspective: 2 Myths Undermine the Feds Role in Public Transit

These myths must be dispelled immediately. I will try to begin doing so below.

Motorcoach| February 28, 2017

Economic Shifts Boost Intercity Bus Industry, While 'Disruptive' Tech Takes Hold

With business down in Fiscal Year 2016, which ended in June,
ridership also dipped in some markets, but not the Northeast where both services and competition are increasing. While admittedly in its infancy, crowdsourcing motorcoach services is also slightly on the rise.

Rail| February 28, 2017

Innovative Design Solutions Help Bring Streetcars Back to Cincinnati

For the first time since 1951, streetcars are providing convenient and affordable public transportation in downtown. The 3.6-mile Cincinnati Bell Connector is the first fully low-floor system in the U.S.

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