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May 24, 2013

FTA releases $3.7B more Sandy relief for transit

Will help the four major transit agencies in New York and New Jersey that sustained the greatest damage from Hurricane Sandy. Nearly one-third of the money is set aside to help the agencies begin investing in resiliency projects to help ensure that their transit assets are better able to withstand future disasters, such as major floods.


March 29, 2013

FTA releases $1.42B in third round of Sandy aid

The majority of the funds will go to the transit agencies that incurred the greatest expenses while preparing for and recovering from Hurricane Sandy — N.Y. MTA, PATH, NJ Transit and NYC DOT.


October 24, 2012

NACTO releases 'Urban Street Design Guide'

From bus rapid transit to bikeways and public seating, the guide showcases a new model for streets that work better for people, bikes, transit and cities.


August 12, 2009

N.Y. MTA, Clever Devices demo SmartBus technology

Thirty MTA buses servicing 34th Street in Manhattan will feature next stop announcements. Real-time arrival information will be provided at eight bus shelters.


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