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Transportation projects awarded $1.5B TIGER grants

Bus| February 17, 2010
Chosen projects range in size from under $4 million to over $100 million, and are found in both rural and urban communities from Alaska to Maine and Hawaii to South Carolina.

T4 America makes recs on jobs bill

Bus| December 16, 2009
Calls for language to ensure the funds allocated to the traditional highway program go toward projects that restore transportation networks and funding for the high-speed rail and TIGER programs to create green jobs.
Bus| July 31, 2009

Sec. LaHood to announce TIGER awards early

As part of the ongoing effort to accelerate spending, Secretary LaHood created a review team to expedite the application process for the $1.5 billion TIGER Discretionary Grant program, which will enable the U.S. Department of Transportation to announce the grants in January 2010 - one full month ahead of the statutory deadline.
Accessibility| May 15, 2009

LaHood announces availability of TIGER grants

Awards can range from $20 million up to $300 million to support high impact transportation projects.
Accessibility| February 4, 2009

Sec. LaHood creates DOT economic recovery team

The team will identify and prioritize key highway, bridge, transit, rail, aviation and intermodal spending.

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