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FTA awards $135M grant for Calif. light rail expansion

Rail| November 29, 2012
Sacramento Regional Transit’s South Line Light Rail Expansion project includes four stations and will extend the Blue Line an additional 4.3 miles. It is expected to generate 2,210 new transit trips and nearly 2,000 hours of user benefit on an average weekday.

N.C.’s LYNX celebrates 5 years

Rail| November 28, 2012
The agency originally initially projected 9,100 people would ride the light rail line every day. The line currently averages 15,500 riders daily.
Rail| November 21, 2012

Calif. VTA may extend light rail

Would add 1.6 miles of track and be implemented in two phases based on funding availability.
Rail| November 7, 2012

Va. voters back light rail

Sixty-two percent of Virginia Beach voters supported a referendum for the city to expand light rail out to the beach. A similar measure was defeated in 1999.
Rail| October 24, 2012

Poll: Va. residents support extending light rail

Of the 471 Virginia Beach respondents, 68% support a referendum that would extend Hampton Roads Transit’s The Tide light rail to the beach.
Rail| October 12, 2012

FTA releases $75M for Ariz. light rail extension

Will fund Valley Metro’s 3.1-mile light rail extension into downtown Mesa. The expansion, which should begin service in late 2015, is anticipated to serve nearly 10,000 daily riders.
Rail| September 11, 2012

Valley Metro accelerates light rail extension by 7 years

Will re-launch the 3.2-mile Northwest extension. The project has received approval to accelerate the completion year from 2023 to 2016. Final design is under way; construction will begin in early 2013.
Rail| May 30, 2012

Valley Metro begins first light rail expansion

The $200 million, 3.1-mile extension will travel to downtown Mesa and is expected to draw thousands more East Valley riders daily and encourage new development along the line.
Rail| March 14, 2012

Pittsburgh light rail extension readies for opening

The $523 million North Shore Connector shuttles passengers between the new Gateway Station downtown to the elevated Allegheny Station, adjacent to Heinz Field on the North Shore.
Rail| January 26, 2012

Audit: UTA may not have rail extension funding

While local sales tax revenue provided the majority of the agency's $275 million budget in 2010, it’s not clear that the agency will have the revenue required to operate the commuter and light rail extensions, which are currently under construction.

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