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FTA, Kansas City celebrate transit improvements

Bus| October 1, 2013
The projects were funded primarily with a $10.5 million 2009 U.S. DOT Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery grant.

U.S. DOT releases $474M for TIGER 2013 projects

Bus| September 5, 2013
Fifty-two transportation projects in 37 states will receive the funds. Applications for this most recent round of grants totaled more than $9 billion, far exceeding the $474 million set aside for the program.
Government Issues| September 3, 2013

Sound Transit receives $24M for 2 projects

The funding comes from the TIGER grant program created in 2009 to fund projects that are of regional economic importance and that help create and save jobs.
Bus| August 7, 2013

Federal, local officials open new Ohio transit center

The U.S.DOT provided $20 million for the $25 million project through the TIGER grant program. The remaining cost was covered by local funding sources.
Bus| July 2, 2013

Kansas unveils federally-funded transit center

The Mission Transit Center unites six Johnson County Transit bus routes, including the system’s newly launched JO Connex bus service. It features electronic displays with real-time bus route information and covered outdoor seating for a more comfortable rider experience.
Government Issues| June 12, 2013

U.S. DOT TIGER 2013 grant requests total $9B

During the previous four rounds, the U.S. DOT received more than 4,050 applications requesting more than $105.2 billion for transportation projects
Bus| April 23, 2013

$474M available for 5th round of TIGER grants

Projects eligible include highways and bridges, public transportation, passenger and freight rail transportation, and marine port infrastructure investments.
Rail| April 10, 2013

North Dakota receives TIGER II Grant for rail project

Will help increase operating speeds, improve long-term reliability, and lower maintenance costs for both freight and passenger service in the area.
Accessibility| January 29, 2013

Secretary LaHood to step down

Touts success of last four years in letter to U.S. DOT employees.
Bus| September 20, 2012

Cleveland RTA breaks ground on $18.5M transit center

The agency’s aging Cedar University Station and bus terminal, built in 1956, will be razed to make way for the new station, which will improve pedestrian and bicycle access and be fully compatible with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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