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May 17, 2011

FTA grants $6.7M for Albuquerque intermodal center

Located in the heart of Albuquerque, the Montaño Intermodal Center will be an integral piece to the regional transportation network, linking ABQ Ride buses and New Mexico Rail Runner Express commuter rail, as well as a catalyst for redevelopment in the area.


July 27, 2010

Denver's Union Station project receives $300M

The project is funded with a unique financing structure and for the first time combines credit assistance from both the RRIF and TIFIA programs.


April 12, 2010

Web Extra: Syracuse to build $4.3M 'green' transportation center

The facility includes a public bus stop for the Central New York Regional Transportation Authority's (Centro) Connective Corridor bus loop, a Syracuse University, City of Syracuse and State of New York partnership making modern and convenient transportation available to connect the University and the city's cultural sites.


December 14, 2009

Texas, FTA break ground on intermodal terminal

Will serve as the administrative and operating facilities of the Brownsville transit system and national and international private transportation providers. It will also serve as a transfer point for rural and intercity operators and taxi cabs.


July 14, 2009

HOK, PB to design Calif. intermodal center

Phase one, scheduled to break ground in 2010, is valued at approximately $180 million and will consist of the transportation center and supporting facilities, rail tracks and platforms, parking, public art and street improvements.


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