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March 24, 2014

Md. MTA Purple Line receives Fed environmental approval

The FTA’s ROD marks the end of a thorough and extensive process to identify and then avoid, minimize or mitigate possible impacts to communities, historic buildings and natural resources such as parks, wetlands, streams and trees.


November 11, 2013

For seniors, lack of transportation a daily struggle

ITNAmerica, a service where participating seniors pay for rides from volunteer drivers using a pre-paid credit system, was held up as one example of the type of nonprofit service that can fill a need.


March 21, 2012

Quebec announces PPP to build electric buses

Of the $30 million being invested by the province, $27 million has been earmarked for the design and manufacture of a 40-foot electric bus to be developed by Nova Bus, Bathium Canada, TM4, Giro, René Matériaux Composites and Précicad.


February 9, 2012

Chicago Transit approved to pursue PPPs

Firms will seek new funding options to improve Red/Purple lines.


June 8, 2011

Bombardier wins Australia contract

The GoldLinQ consortium, of which the supplier is a member, will design, build, finance, operate and maintain the first stage of the Gold Coast Rapid Transit light rail public transportation system for the Queensland Government. Bombardier’s share of the contract is valued at approximately $265 million.


May 31, 2011

Privatization of Northeast Corridor proposed

Committee Chairman John L. Mica (R-FL) and Rail Subcommittee Chairman Bill Shuster (R-PA) announced at a Congressional hearing that they are preparing legislation to significantly speed up development of high-speed rail and reduce high taxpayer subsidization of the project.


May 20, 2011

Amtrak seeking private investment for Northeast Corridor

Pursuit of private financing is one of several actions taken by the agency to expedite its next-generation high-speed rail vision plan since it was announced in September 2010. The business plan will identify and develop public and private funding sources and address fundamental issues of risk, credit, debt and investment phasing among other criteria.


February 9, 2011

Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority inviting private investment

Issues a "request for expressions of interest" as a first step in the procurement process that will award contracts for the first $5.5 billion in construction and ultimately for the design and construction of the entire system, its trainsets, and its operations and maintenance.


January 24, 2011

Fluor-HDR taps EcoSys for Denver P3 project

The joint venture is providing architecture, engineering and consulting services to Denver Transit Partners (DTP) for the design and construction of a commuter rail system connecting Denver International Airport to several key locations in the Denver area with an estimated completion date in 2016.


November 25, 2009

Denver to break ground on airport train in August

The $1.3 billion, 23-mile line, which would run from Union Station to Denver International Airport is expected to be awarded to a public-private partnership in July.


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