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FTA awards $264M in grants for bus and bus facilities

Government Issues| April 6, 2018

Will fund projects to replace, rehabilitate, and purchase buses and related equipment, as well as projects to purchase, rehabilitate, and construct bus-related facilities.

Rock Region METRO lands $3.5M FTA grant for CNG buses

Sustainability| April 6, 2018

This is the largest FTA competitive grant for bus and bus facilities METRO has received.

Bus| April 5, 2018

CityBus to use grant funding for pedestrian-detection systems

The agency will install the safety technology on its fleet of nearly seventy fixed-route vehicles.

Rail| March 20, 2018

Despite federal uncertainty, N.C. light rail project optimistic about funding

Half of the Durham-Orange light rail’s cost — totaling over a billion dollars — is expected to come from the federal government.

Security and Safety | March 20, 2018

Mass., Hawaii attain FTA State Safety Oversight certification

There are 30 states that must obtain FTA certification of their SSO Programs by April 15, 2019. Four states have already met the deadline: Ohio, Minnesota, Utah, and the District of Columbia.

Rail| March 12, 2018

California bullet train plan shows cost increases

Increases affect each segment of the project ranging from 20% to 35% and show revised schedules that would push out delivery dates.

Sustainability| March 12, 2018

Calif.'s SamTrans to add 10 Proterra battery-electric buses

The $9.2 million purchase is fully funded by a combination of federal, state, Bay Area Air Quality Management District, and SamTrans funds.

Bus| March 8, 2018

Fla.'s JTA receives $16.9M grant for new BRT line

The 18.5 mile Red Line will be the longest corridor in the network and nearly doubles the footprint of the existing First Coast Flyer system, connecting more people to jobs, education, healthcare, and entertainment.

Security and Safety | February 27, 2018

Cleveland RTA, Battelle team to test transit, pedestrian safety tech

By reducing bus collisions with pedestrians and other vehicles, the technology can prevent accidents and fatalities, reduce transit operator costs, and decrease travel interruptions.

Security and Safety | February 23, 2018

Washington D.C. meets State Safety Oversight Program deadline

Under the program, the D.C. Fire and Emergency Management Services is responsible for providing safety oversight of the D.C. Streetcar system.

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