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Centro receives final funding piece for bus transfer hub

Bus| July 28, 2010
Transit customers will have an off-street, open-air, but fully sheltered and supervised location with a dedicated platform section for each specific bus route.

FTA: $77.7B needed to bring U.S. rail, bus systems to state of good repair

Bus| July 21, 2010
While most of the backlog can be attributed to rail, more than 40 percent of the nation's buses are also in poor to marginal condition.
Bus| July 16, 2010

FTA awards $5M to Calif. intermodal center project

The project is envisioned to be a transportation hub that is functional, adaptable and flexible, according to representatives.
Bus| July 8, 2010

Livability initiative grant winners receive $293M

Six new streetcar and bus rapid transit projects will be funded with $130 million from the FTA's Urban Circulator Program, and 47 additional projects aimed at upgrading bus services and facilities are slated to receive more than $163 million from the FTA's Bus and Bus Livability Program.
Bus| July 2, 2010

House Subcommittee approves FY 2011 transportation spending levels

The bill provides $11.307 billion for FTA programs, an increase of $574.89 million over FY 2010 funding.
Rail| June 25, 2010

BART trying to restart Oakland X rail extension

The FTA ruled BART had not complied with a civil rights law by failing to prove the rail extension would benefit poor, minority, and non-English speaking people.
Rail| June 23, 2010

Committee formed to advise FTA on national safety standards

Group will guide the FTA’s safety rulemaking agenda if the final legislation is passed by Congress and signed by President Obama.
Bus| June 15, 2010

FTA tabs $450,000 for Cape Cod transit improvements

A grant for $250,000 to Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority will be used to purchase vans equipped with trailers to transport riders and their bikes throughout the park.
Motorcoach| June 9, 2010

UMA wins case, Murray amendment found unconstitutional

Amendment placed by Senator Patty Murray (D-WA) in last year's DOT appropriations bill prohibited the FTA from enforcing the Charter Bus Rule against King County Metro Transit.
Accessibility| June 3, 2010

FTA seeks feedback for changes to funding criteria

Looking for ways to evaluate significant transit infrastructure investments by measuring cost-effectiveness, including broad public benefits such as economic development, land use and environmental impacts in the evaluation process.

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