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September 5, 2013

Feds to resume sending funds to Calif. transits

Billions of dollars tabbed for transit projects were being withheld amid a dispute over cuts to public employee pension benefits.


August 22, 2013

Twin Cities leaders balk at light rail price tag

Metro leaders demand that planners reduce the cost, which has risen from $1.25 billion to between $1.58 and $1.82 billion, or risk losing political support.


July 27, 2011

Phoenix Metro taps design-build method for rail extension

The decision is a departure from Metro's typical project delivery approach of Design-Bid-Build, but it works in favor of building a quality product in this economy and in such a way that is supportive of the local business community.


June 27, 2011

FTA awards $1.6 billion to 27 transit projects

New Starts projects tabbed to receive funds include Connecticut's New Britain-Hartford Busway, Denver's 13-station Eagle Commuter Rail project and Seattle's Rapid C bus rapid transit line.


May 20, 2011

LaHood: $7.6B available for bus, rail projects

Transit providers, including state and local governments and transit agencies, apply for these annual funds in the form of federal grants for infrastructure projects, such as the construction or repair of transit buildings — including bus and rail stations and track repair — or the purchase, rebuilding or refurbishing of transit vehicles.


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