Topic : Small Starts

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Calif. SMART officials await $20M in funding for rail extension

Rail| January 24, 2018

Fed officials say 'the project is in the project development phase of the Federal Transit Administration’s Capital Investment Grants program and undergoing review.”

N.C. CATS, feds break ground on streetcar expansion

Rail| January 19, 2017

The second phase of the 2.5-mile expansion will improve circulation and transit connections; support economic revitalization; provide access from economically diverse neighborhoods to Uptown Charlotte; and more.

Government Issues| March 17, 2015

FTA awards Fla. BRT project $26M grant

The 9.4-mile Jacksonville Transportation Authority's North Corridor line is the second segment of a five-phased First Coast Flyer BRT system planned for the area. It will connect to the first BRT line in downtown Jacksonville now under construction and extend north to Interstate 295.

Government Issues| December 10, 2013

Feds award Metrolink $75M for extension

The 24-mile Perris Valley Line will serve the California communities of Alessandro, Moreno Valley and Perris and improve transit options for commuters east and south of downtown Riverside.
Rail| September 25, 2013

Calif.'s SMART rail extension gains FTA approval

Will be able to use a $2.5 million federal grant to begin technical, environmental and an engineering design on the San Rafael-to-Larkspur segment.
Government Issues| September 23, 2013

New Rail Projects Continue in Climate of Fiscal Restraint

Despite the growing demand for new rail investments, the strength of federal support will depend on new revenues. Meanwhile, strong local funding continues and private interest increases.
Bus| January 10, 2012

Sun Metro BRT gains FTA Small Starts approval

Includes procurement of 10 low-floor branded buses, construction of 12 new RTS stations and the installation of traffic signal priority at 42 intersections.
Bus| August 23, 2011

Colorado gets $25M for bus rapid transit

Nine bus stations and five park and ride facilities will be built, and 15 new, clean diesel buses will be purchased to provide frequent service along a 40-mile corridor between Aspen and Glenwood Springs.
Bus| June 22, 2009

Fed encouragement of Hatch Act loopholes worsens worrisome trend

At a time when there is a growing recognition that our infrastructure is in dire need of repair or rebuilding, we need to hire the best to do the work.

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