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June 23, 2011

Calif. high-speed rail group to begin rail improvements

Can now begin spending a $16 million grant that will support scheduling and safety improvements, including the design of a positive train control technology system, on the San Francisco to San Jose corridor.

October 28, 2010

Feds release $2.4B for high-speed rail projects

Recipients include California ($901 million) for the construction of new lines in the Central Valley; Florida ($800 million) for the Tampa to Orlando corridor; and Iowa ($230 million) to create a new intercity passenger rail service between Iowa City and Chicago.

April 10, 2009

N.J. Transit awards first ARRA contract

Contract will pay for a new parking lot with 500 parking spaces. In addition, the project will generate approximately 110 jobs during construction and includes repaving and reconfiguring one of two existing lots.


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