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FTA awards $55M in Low-No bus grants

Sustainability| September 18, 2017

Projects were selected on a competitive basis using evaluation criteria outlined in the Notice of Funding Opportunity, such as community needs, project benefits, and local technical and financial capacity.

Clemson Area Transit adds second fleet of Proterra battery-electric buses

Sustainability| September 7, 2017

Since the fleet debuted, the Seneca Proterra buses have received 27,950 charges, traveled more than 520,000 miles, and eliminated over 2,848,600 pounds of greenhouse gases — equivalent to planting 59,348 trees.

Security and Safety | September 5, 2017

Amtrak to equip 310 locomotives with PTC

The equipment will be installed on Amtrak-owned diesel locomotives that primarily operate on national Amtrak network and state-sponsored routes in the east and midwest.

Security and Safety | September 1, 2017

NTSB: Equip all rail transit vehicles with inward- and outward-facing cameras

The recorders must be easily accessible to review, with appropriate limitations on public release, for accident investigation and as a tool to improve operational safety.

Security and Safety | August 30, 2017

Ohio first to attain FTA State Safety Oversight certification

If a state fails to meet the deadline, the FTA is prohibited by federal law from obligating any funds to public transportation agencies throughout that state until certification is achieved.

Government Issues| August 30, 2017

K. Jane Williams appointed FTA deputy administrator

Prior to joining FTA, Williams was the director of the Washington Area Transit Office in the Maryland Department of Transportation.

Management & Operations| August 29, 2017

Maryland's Purple Line light rail project lands $900M in federal funding

The light rail line will make travel across Montgomery and Prince George’s counties faster and more reliable for thousands of Maryland residents, improving access to major business and activity centers in the state’s most populated counties.

Rail| August 29, 2017

Honolulu light rail bill narrowly passes first state senate vote

The bill is projected to bring about $2.37 billion to help complete the 20-mile rail by extending the half-percent excise tax surcharge on Oahu for another three years, although the mayor of Honolulu would like it extended to five years.

Rail| August 16, 2017

Honolulu lawmakers discuss funding options to complete light rail project

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation has a September 15 deadline to submit its financial plan to the Federal Transit Administration.

Sustainability| August 8, 2017

Omaha Metro to add 9 CNG vehicles to paratransit fleet

The introduction of CNG-powered vehicles is part of a larger sustainability initiative by Metro to transition to more environmentally-friendly fuel options, such as CNG and clean diesel.

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