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October 23, 2012

Parsons Brinckerhoff wins Detroit contract

As the prime consultant, Parsons Brinckerhoff will be responsible for conducting an AA process leading to the selection of a locally preferred alternative, along with preparation of a New Starts/Small Starts report and the draft environmental review document.


July 26, 2012

Phoenix taps route, mode for extension project

Light rail will be extended 11 miles from downtown Phoenix, through the State Capitol area.This is Metro’s first freeway corridor project, providing the growing West Valley with a higher-capacity and more efficient transit option by 2023.


May 30, 2012

CapMetro awards HDR with analysis contract

Will provide all planning services required to complete the analysis, including overall project management, public involvement, preliminary engineering, Federal Transit Administration coordination, economic development impacts, land use, environmental, Sustainable Return on Investment, operations and financial planning.


February 23, 2012

Fla.’s PSTA sets January ridership record

Ridership reached an all‐time high of 1,126,563 rides for the first month of 2012.


October 24, 2011

Phoenix’s Valley Metro awarded $1M for alt analysis

The agency will analyze various high-capacity transit alternatives for the South Central Phoenix corridor on Central Avenue between downtown Phoenix and Baseline Road.


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