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March 25, 2010

California finds $750M in funding for transit

State’s decision to make some funding available for public transportation may postpone fare increases and reduce service cuts.


March 9, 2010

Sacramento, Calif. agency facing deep service cuts

Caused by a $13 million funding shortfall, which is the result of Gov. Schwarzenegger's decision to eliminate public transit funding from the state budget. Sacramento Regional Transit has also lost millions in local sales tax revenue funding.


January 12, 2010

Calif. Gov.'s budget could force more OCTA cuts

Cuts would be deeper than those approved last November.


November 13, 2009

Calif. Gov. favored HSR over commuter rail

Ordered focus to be on proposed San Diego to San Francisco bullet train.


October 21, 2009

ABA lauds efforts against rogue operators

Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-Calif.) signed two bills, AB 636 and 951, passed by the California State Assembly, aimed at strengthening the penalties against charter bus companies and drivers who choose to ignore or violate safety and licensing laws.


September 24, 2009

CHSRA to add $4.5B to fed stimulus funding app

Board approved a detailed package of dozens of engineering, environmental review, design-build, train control and electrification projects among every section of the 800-mile system.


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