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March 27, 2013

Tampa Mayor calls for more rail, BRT

Bob Buckhorn also alluded to Gov. Rick Scott's decision to turn away $2 billion from the Obama Administration to build high-speed rail from Tampa to Orlando, by saying that he will try to find people in Tallahassee that will support his plan.


May 4, 2011

Tampa, Fla. launches transportation website

The Tampa Bay Partnership created TampaBayOnTrack.com, an inclusive effort focused on sharing information about the role of transportation in the community, engaging residents from throughout the eight-county region and serving as a resource for the latest transportation news and research.


November 22, 2010

Florida transit system may share rail with CSX

Tampa Bay Area Regional Transportation Authority is discussing with the freight rail company the possibility of sharing rail lines. The aim is to accommodate trains with heavier, faster equipment than light rail to better serve riders.


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