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NYSDOT receives ARRA funds for rural transit

Bus| September 10, 2009
The $20 million in funding will enable small cities and rural counties to purchase 149 buses, upgrade maintenance facilities, build bus shelters and install signage.

LaHood: FTA beats Sept. 1 ARRA awards deadline

Bus| August 31, 2009
Since ARRA was signed into law on Feb. 17, grants totaling more than $6.7 billion have been made available for transit improvements throughout the country.
Bus| August 28, 2009

Miami-Dade receives FTA stimulus funding

Of the total $64.5 million, $9.7 million will be allocated to 24 Miami-Dade municipalities for transit related projects within their respective municipal boundaries.
Bus| August 28, 2009

Hill International wins FTA contract

The construction risk management firm will monitor all major FTA projects, and supplement the FTA's technical staff to evaluate grantee project management and technical capacity and capability to successfully implement major transit projects.
Rail| August 18, 2009

Houston Metro receives FTA approval on LR lines

The overall project is expected to generate 60,000 direct and indirect jobs.
Accessibility| August 4, 2009

MV retains $2.1M Southern California contract

Will operate and manage 32 county vehicles while continuing to improve the level of service provided to the community.
Motorcoach| July 27, 2009

California Wine Tours wins S.F. 49ers shuttle contract

A ride on the California Wine Tours 49ers Fan Express will cost between $25 to $30 roundtrip and include complimentary water, free high-speed Internet access and restrooms.
Accessibility| July 16, 2009

Rogoff visits Vt. to break ground on ARRA project

Project includes the expansion of the bus storage facility for Advance Transit's fleet of 30 buses and ADA vans, expanded maintenance areas and rehabilitation of the existing administrative offices.
Rail| July 13, 2009

NTSB issues safety recommendation to D.C. Metro

Calls for agency to evaluate track occupancy data on a real-time basis in order to detect losses in track occupancy and automatically generate alerts to prompt such actions as immediately stopping train movements or implementing appropriate speed restrictions to prevent collisions.
Bus| July 1, 2009

ARRA to fund Ind. transit center

Money will be used to build the $20.9 million, 167,000-acre Emil “Lucky” Reznick Operations, Administration and Maintenance Facility, the largest transit project to be built in Indiana in more than a decade.

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