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June 5, 2012

Caltrans awards $350M to state transit projects

Nearly 80 projects will upgrade transit service, purchase eco-friendly buses, modernize transit stations and create jobs throughout California. The grants are funded through transportation bond Proposition 1B.


March 31, 2011

Caltrans awards $78M to transit, air quality projects

Funding comes from a 2006 voter-approved transportation bond, which includes $3.6 billion to improve public transit in California.


November 4, 2010

Santa Clara, Calif. transit unveils new hybrid buses

The agency obtained a $53.4M ARRA grant and $5.3 million in California Proposition 1B funding to acquire the Gillig-manufactured hybrid buses. The vehicles enable VTA to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life span.


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