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March 10, 2011

Fla. DOT: High-speed rail would have made more money

The trains, which were rejected by Gov. Rick Scott, would carry more passengers and operate at a greater financial surplus than projected in a 2009 federal application. Report indicates a $10.24 million surplus from high-speed rail operations in 2016, with ticket revenue of $60.8 million, $12.3 million more than previously predicted.


August 16, 2010

MBTA finishes FY 2010 with $1.2M surplus

In three of the previous four fiscal years, the transit agency needed to draw from its modest savings to plug end-of-the-year deficits, including a $33.3 million hole in 2009.


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