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Come Together to Shut Down the Shutdown, Fund a Transit Bill

| February 12, 2019

As I write this, we are a few days away from another potential government shutdown if negotiations on border security are not hammered out.

California's Governor calls for scaling down of high-speed rail project

Rail| February 12, 2019

The state’s high-speed rail authority will focus now on building only the Central Valley segment of the planned San Francisco to Los Angeles train.

Management & Operations| October 10, 2018

86% of Americans support Fed funding for public transportation

Nearly 50% interested in access to different transportation modes for door-to-door travel with a single payment for the entire trip.

Rail| August 14, 2018

L.A. streetcar project funding plan approved by city council committee

A planned four-mile streetcar system would stop at key downtown Los Angeles stops.

Rail| June 25, 2018

MBTA's Green Line extension awarded $250M fed infusion

The 4.7-mile light rail line will serve some of the region’s most densely populated communities that currently lack access to rail transit.

Bus| April 23, 2018

DCTA receives $2.6M to construct bus maintenance facility

The new facility will accommodate up to 45 buses and provide cost savings for the agency, with less buses having to travel to an alternate facility.

Rail| March 20, 2018

Despite federal uncertainty, N.C. light rail project optimistic about funding

Half of the Durham-Orange light rail’s cost — totaling over a billion dollars — is expected to come from the federal government.

Government Issues| March 14, 2018

APTA urges increase in public transit TIGER grants

Only 3.6% of the TIGER grants that were recently announced went to public transit projects, representing a significant decrease in public transit TIGER grants.

February 12, 2018

We consistently ask the wrong questions about transit investment

"Public transit wastes my money." This is a fairly common argument to encounter when discussing public transportation. It’s easy to say this when looking at delays, faulty service, or drab trains and buses.

Government Issues| February 12, 2018

President releases $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan

Allocates $100 billion for a grant competition with preference given to applicants that raise revenue such as taxes, fees or tolls, and would limit federal help to 20% of new money generated.

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