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November 29, 2012

FTA awards $135M grant for Calif. light rail expansion

Sacramento Regional Transit’s South Line Light Rail Expansion project includes four stations and will extend the Blue Line an additional 4.3 miles. It is expected to generate 2,210 new transit trips and nearly 2,000 hours of user benefit on an average weekday.


June 29, 2012

Honolulu rail project submits federal grant request

The FTA will take approximately 30 days to review it before forwarding the request to the Office of Management and Budget at the White House for its own 30-day review.


January 3, 2012

Honolulu rail projects approved for final design

The next step would be a full funding grant agreement.


November 30, 2011

Houston Metro CAF rail vehicle purchase moving ahead

The $153.1 million proposal submitted by the vehicle manufacturer is fully compliant with the FTA and Buy America guidelines and will now move forward with the news earlier this week that a Full Funding Grant Agreement is in place.


December 6, 2010

Dallas' Green Line light rail enters service on time, under budget

The 28-mile, 20-station, $1.8 billion project was completed on schedule and under budget on December 6, when it opened 24 miles and 15 stations creating new light rail connections for customers from southeast Dallas to the cities of Farmers Branch and Carrollton in the northwest.


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