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August 25, 2014

DART eyeing BRT for Cotton Belt service

The portion of the Cotton Belt service DART will operate in Dallas, Denton and Collin counties is seen as key to connecting Fort Worth, the airport and cities along or between DART’s Green and Red lines.


August 13, 2014

Poll: Wisconsin residents want more rail

Earlier this month, a Chicago-based environmental group paid for a billboard along Interstate 94 between Madison and Milwaukee on which it urges the state to get "back on track" with high-speed rail.


June 5, 2014

Fed program gives $100M to modernize, expand transit bus services

The funds are specifically for the purpose of connecting disadvantaged and low-income individuals, veterans, seniors, youths, and others with local workforce training, employment centers, healthcare and more.


May 27, 2014

N.C. CATS restoring $10M in light rail projects

In 2010, when CATS was concerned with whether it could afford to build the Blue Line extension, the transit system removed some features to save money


January 23, 2014

N.Y. Gov.'s budget increases assistance to transit agency

The budget proposal would provide an additional $420,000 that brings Capital District Transportation Authority’s 2014 funding package to $31.6 million.


December 23, 2013

Feds release $3B for transit agencies impacted by Sandy

The funds will be awarded on a competitive basis for projects that protect critical transit infrastructure from being damaged or destroyed by future natural disasters.


August 5, 2013

Only route to Fla. Gulf Coast U. may be cut

The $500,000 cost is split between Lee County and the university; however, the county is facing a $34 million deficit while the university is running out of the money used to fund this route.


August 5, 2013

U. of Mich. expands bike rental program

In its first year, the popular program exceeded expectations. University officials said if the popularity of the program continues, they will try to add 10 to 15 new bicycles every year going forward.


June 14, 2013

Planned N.C. hub loses funding

A former DOT official said Raleigh could have $15 million of the uncommitted funds for Union Station, but the FRA said rail upgrades between Raleigh and Charlotte had already consumed the money.


June 12, 2013

U.S. DOT TIGER 2013 grant requests total $9B

During the previous four rounds, the U.S. DOT received more than 4,050 applications requesting more than $105.2 billion for transportation projects


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