Topic : bonds

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Honolulu to use city funds to fill light rail project shortfall

Rail| October 31, 2018

FTA demanded that Honolulu officials come up with $44 million to help pay for administrative costs associated with the project.

Honolulu rail project gets go-ahead to issue bonds to prevent shut down

Rail| June 12, 2017

HART officials said the project would run out of money in January without a cash infusion, and without the bonds, it would have to begin shutting down operations this August.

Bus| April 18, 2017

Lane Transit District seeks $30M from state for BRT

LTD is hoping to get the money in the form of Oregon Lottery-backed bonds, to use as matching funds for a federal grant it plans to apply for.

Rail| March 6, 2017

California's high-speed rail line set to begin laying track

Gov. Jerry Brown's finance department approved the California High-Speed Rail Authority’s request to spend $2.6 billion on track work in the Central Valley on Friday.

Rail| December 14, 2016

Calif. high-speed group approves plans to unlock billions in bond funds

Board members approved funding plans for the Central Valley and San Francisco-San Jose segments, as well as authorizing the issuance of a “request for qualifications” from potential train-operating companies.

Government Issues| October 1, 2013

Shutdown may imperil bonds backed by fed transit aid

Bloomberg data shows that at least $10 billion of Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles sold by states or transit systems and backed by federal highway or transportation aid are outstanding in the $3.7 trillion muni market. While federal funds will continue to pay debt on the highway bonds, appropriations for the securities through the FTA would be affected by the shutdown.
Rail| March 27, 2013

Calif. HSRA seeks $8.6B in state bonds

Half of the bond money would go to the first segment of the line. The project still needs to weather lawsuits over the next couple of months. The lawsuit rulings could stall the funds.
Rail| February 10, 2010

CTA to issue bonds for new railcars

Through a competitive RFP process, CTA selected Bombardier Transit Corp. located in Bensalem, Penn. for the contract.

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