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Calif. high-speed rail board approves ARRA proposal

Rail| May 8, 2009
Gave go-ahead for list of shovel-ready construction projects likely to qualify for $8 billion in federal stimulus funding.

METRO Briefs

Bus| May 6, 2009
Texas senate gives go-ahead for HSR Corp. Utah officials want BRT route change. Transit group takes campaign online.
Rail| April 29, 2009

IBM equips Taiwan with high-speed rail software

Using IBM software for insight into assets, their conditions and work processes, and for better planning and control, has helped THSRC maintain an average punctuality rate of 99.15 percent, according to the company.
Accessibility| April 22, 2009

METRO Briefs

Stimulus to revive Florida HSR plans. N.C. transit to end taxi vouchers. Berkeley mayor trades car for bus pass.
Rail| April 16, 2009

Obama releases high-speed rail plan

The plan identifies two types of projects for funding. One would create new corridors for world-class high-speed rail like the kind found in Europe and Japan. Another would involve making train service along existing rail lines incrementally faster.
Rail| April 6, 2009

FRA awards grant for Midwest rail corridor project

The grant is made under FRA’s FY 2008 Capital Assistance to States – Intercity Passenger Rail Service Program. This is a separate authority from the grants for high-speed rail under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Guidance for competitive grants under the new authority is still under development.
Rail| April 3, 2009

Caltrain, Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority partner

Will engage as partners in planning, design and construction of improvements along the Caltrain corridor, serving both the near-term and long-term needs of high-speed rail and Caltrain.
Bus| March 25, 2009

METRO Briefs

IBM seeks share of high-speed rail. Seattle transit debuts talking buses. MBTA proposes rail hikes, service cuts.
Rail| March 17, 2009

AECOM awarded Calif. high-speed rail contracts

Together, the Altamont Corridor and the Caltrain Corridor projects are worth more than $70 million.
Rail| March 17, 2009

Thales to supply signaling system to Turkish rail

Contract, valued at $16.9 million, relates to a 36-mile extension to two sections of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed link.

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