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LaHood: DOT moving quickly to use transportation funding

Bus| March 17, 2009
In remarks to the National League of Cities in Washington, D.C., Secretary LaHood told the gathering of urban officials that the U.S. DOT has moved quickly to release funds to state offices and transit agencies.

AECOM awarded Calif. high-speed rail contracts

Rail| March 17, 2009
Together, the Altamont Corridor and the Caltrain Corridor projects are worth more than $70 million.
Rail| March 17, 2009

Coalition: stimulus funds to expand U.S. intercity rail

Projects identified by members are spread out geographically and will provide operational and capacity benefits to passenger and freight operations.
Rail| March 17, 2009

Thales to supply signaling system to Turkish rail

Contract, valued at $16.9 million, relates to a 36-mile extension to two sections of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed link.
Rail| March 16, 2009

Amtrak receives $1.3 billion ARRA grant

Funding will roughly double the size of Amtrak’s capital investment program over a two-year period and be used to upgrade railroad assets and infrastructure, as well as capital projects that expand passenger rail capacity.
Bus| March 16, 2009

CVSA chooses safety focus priorities

Eight areas outlined included an increased focus on requiring new entrants to receive training and pass minimum standards, and state-mandated annual bus inspection programs.
Bus| March 16, 2009

Anchor Trailways to receive grant funds

Funds may be used to purchase buses, vans, radios, wheelchair lifts, computers and other equipment necessary to maintain and transport human services agency clients and the general public in non-urbanized areas.
Bus| March 16, 2009

Daimler debuts Sprinter in Canada, delivers Orions to N.Y.

Sprinter shuttle bus will be introduced at the 2009 Ontario Transportation Expo in Toronto, and the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority will purchase 18 40-foot Orion VII CNG transit buses.
Bus| March 13, 2009

METRO Briefs

Conn. looking at congestion pricing. Rail on archaeological site approved. Religious battle helps Madison transit agency
Rail| March 13, 2009

Caltrain rail grinding to result in quieter trains

Work at any one location will be completed in one to two nights, with the entire project to be completed by April 13.

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