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March 12, 2014

Amtrak to install PTC, upgrade high-speed corridor in 2014

Also plans to expand station accessibility for passengers with disabilities, with continuation of existing construction work at eight stations in three states and new construction activities at 21 stations in eight additional states.


January 16, 2014

Secretary Foxx outlines need to overcome infrastructure deficit

Foxx also discussed his vision for multimodal transportation providing greater economic “ladders of opportunity” to all Americans and reiterated the U.S. DOT’s commitment to safety.


February 16, 2011

So. Cal advocates head to D.C. to talk infrastructure investment

Trip participants will be armed with suggestions to maximize existing dollars, expedite project delivery and maintain the U.S.' global competitiveness, all without major impacts to the federal budget's bottom line, according to Mobility 21 members.


October 11, 2010

Obama calls for $50B transportation investment

The president said that his six-year, $50 billion initiative would not only repair and modernize U.S. roads, rails and air systems, but also create jobs.


September 7, 2010

Obama calls for $50B in infrastructure spending

The plan amounted to roughly half of what was allocated to infrastructure in last year's stimulus package. Officials said the proposal project would build on the work already begun.


September 2, 2010

Michigan receives $3.6M for high-speed rail

Funds will be used to renovate the station's interior lobby, bathrooms, ticketing areas and offices, lighting, signage and to make the station ADA-compliant.


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