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Sacramento RT lands grant to upgrade fare collection, signage

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Many of the system’s existing fare vending machines are more than 15 years old and only accept cash and coin. The new machines will allow passengers to pay with credit, debit, and Connect Card — the region’s new transit smart card.

SunLine Transit receives $12.5M grant for hydrogen fuel-cell fleet

Sustainability| April 24, 2017

The grant will also pay for the development of the largest hydrogen fueling station of its kind in the U.S.

University| January 23, 2017

Ohio State U., Auburn land LoNo-CAP grant funding

Both universities will conduct testing, evaluation, and analysis of low or no emission components intended for use in LoNo transit buses used to provide public transportation.

Security and Safety | January 20, 2017

Sacramento RT lands fed grant to improve rail track worker safety

Working with Protran Technology, a Harsco Rail Co., equipment will be installed in RT’s entire fleet of light rail vehicles and up to 60 Track Workers will be supplied with a smart device and/or an upgraded wearable warning device.

Rail| December 21, 2016

New Orleans-Baton Rouge commuter rail plan gets fed funds

The timeline for the new service will take several years, since  commuter train line has not existed between the two cities previously and a source of local public funding must be identified.

Rail| December 16, 2016

TEX Rail, Feds reach $499M grant agreement for commuter rail line

The 26.8-mile commuter rail line will serve downtown Fort Worth, the City of Grapevine, and DFW Airport.

Rail| September 28, 2016

Atlanta Streetcar gets FTA grant to explore system expansion

The FTA monies would go toward an “Atlanta Beltline Transit Supportive Land Use Implementation Plan,” involving 16 miles of proposed east, west and crosstown streetcar corridors.

Sustainability| August 9, 2016

Calif.'s OCTA awards $19.5M to improve biking, walking

Funding through the federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program was awarded to 13 projects that promote mobility options by increasing safety, provide regional linkages to key destinations, close bikeway corridor gaps and improve air quality across the county.

University| June 13, 2016

Mass. school to develop nav. app for visually impaired travelers

Perkins anticipates using crowdsourcing to provide detailed navigation clues to bring users to within four to five feet — the standard length of a white cane — of their precise destination.

Bus| June 2, 2016

Ohio's COTA, FTA sign $37M grant for BRT project

CMAX will help relieve passenger crowding and spur economic development along Cleveland Avenue, one of the city’s busiest travel corridors.

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