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OKC lands $14M federal grant for rapid transit line

Bus| December 18, 2018

The eight-mile line will connect downtown Oklahoma City with regional medical and commercial centers on the city’s northwest side.

SEPTA lands $15M BUILD grant to improve passenger access

Management & Operations| December 11, 2018

The grant will fund approximately 39% of the $38 million project, and will leverage more than $23 million in additional state, local, and private funds.

Technology| December 3, 2018

Connected vehicle tech tested in Tampa, Florida

The program has now deployed the potentially lifesaving technology in 1,000 cars, 10 buses, and eight streetcars.

Management & Operations| September 24, 2018

Women in Transportation: K. Jane Williams

A discussion with FTA Acting Administrator K. Jane Williams.

Management & Operations| September 13, 2018

Nashville's Transit System Defies Defeat with New Brand, Revised Plan

After its $5.4 billion dollar mass transit referendum loss at the ballot box, the agency moves ahead with revised project plans, while also celebrating a rebrand.

Security and Safety | August 22, 2018

N.M.'s Rail Runner receives $29M for PTC project

The upgrades are expected to be completed by the end of 2020, which is after the U.S. DOT’s deadline.

Sustainability| August 14, 2018

SARTA-led consortium seeks grant to increase sustainability

If approved, the grant will provide the funds needed to take the project from an exciting vision to a job-creating, pollution-reducing reality within five years.

Technology| August 6, 2018

Partnerships, Perseverance Propel Smart Cities Movement

Local, regional, and state leaders see benefits to communities of all types, businesses, and residents. The partnership framework has to be a lasting element that continues and expands the goals and objectives of a city as it progresses.

Government Issues| August 6, 2018

Congress hearing to examine California High-Speed Rail Project

The multi-billion dollar project is the largest in the federal High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail program administered by the FRA.

Government Issues| May 30, 2018

FTA rule encourages private sector involvement in transit projects

PIPP allows grantees the ability to identify FTA "barriers" that may impede project development using private partners.

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