October 2, 2012
Under the previous federal law, the state was able to obtain $3 million two years in a row to replace aging public transit buses. MAP-21, however, focuses on rail and fixed guideway systems, which the state does not have.
July 30, 2012
Will replace nine or 10 aging vehicles, some of which have surpassed 10 years of service or 300,000 miles.
May 1, 2012
Will replace and supplement its current fleet in tiered procurements through 2023. Awarded equipment contracts to Siemens Transportation and CAF USA for $466 million and $298 million, respectively.
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