Topic : rural transportation

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U.S. DOT makes $1B in BUILD grant funding available

Management & Operations| February 20, 2020

The maximum grant award is $25 million, and no more than $100 million can be awarded to a single state.

FTA issues bus and bus facilities NOFO worth $454M

Bus| January 31, 2020

Eligible projects include those that would replace, rehabilitate, lease, or purchase buses and related equipment.

Management & Operations| January 6, 2020

U.S. DOT unveils map to encourage investment in rural communities

Opportunity Zones have been designated in all 50 States, the District of Columbia, and five U.S. territories.

Bus| November 27, 2019

Progressive rural transit services offer lessons in mobility, access for all

Following four case studies demonstrate the breadth and creativity of rural transit and the leadership of visionary transit managers.

Government Issues| October 14, 2019

U.S. DOT announces major initiative to support rural transportation needs

Will address the challenges by assisting stakeholders in understanding how to access grants and financing products and developing data-driven approaches to solve issues.

Mobility| May 23, 2019

How a rural Colorado town helped boost mobility options for its citizens

Aging plains residents were struggling with remaining in their communities due to transportation challenges into Colorado Springs.

May 2, 2019

Meeting the mobility needs of America's aging population

Through no fault of their own, consumers of public transportation are like people who go into a restaurant, order a fine meal from the menu, and enjoy what the waiter or waitress places on the table.

Mobility| February 12, 2019

Florida's Palm Tran celebrates new flex service

Go Glades is a pilot project financed by the Florida DOT and staffed by MV Transportation on Palm Tran’s behalf.

Bus| October 4, 2018

FTA honors rural public transit agencies for outstanding service

Calif.-based Monterey Salinas Transit was one of six transit agencies recognized.

Accessibility| October 5, 2017

Conn.'s rural residents die at higher rates due to poor access to healthcare

Rural areas have fewer doctors and public transportation is centered in more urban areas.

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