Topic : U.S. DOT

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IndyGo chief testifies on importance of federal funding

Government Issues| March 14, 2019

He testified that federal public transportation policy must focus on the continued solvency of the Highway Trust Fund.

PTC implementation took a leap between 2016-2018

Security and Safety | March 13, 2019

In a statement from the U.S. DOT, implementation jumped from 24% to 30% for passenger rail and 16% to 83% for freight. 

Technology| March 12, 2019

U.S. DOT launches council to support emerging transportation tech

Will identify and resolve jurisdictional and regulatory gaps that may impede deployment of new tech, such as hyperloop and AVs.

Rail| February 20, 2019

Feds cancel $929 million in grant funds for California's high-speed rail

U.S. DOT is also actively exploring legal options to seek the return of $2.5 billion in federal funds.

University| February 5, 2019

U.S. DOT provides $60M for transportation research

The 32 University Transportation Centers receiving funding were previously selected for grants authorized under the FAST Act.

Bus| December 18, 2018

OKC lands $14M federal grant for rapid transit line

The eight-mile line will connect downtown Oklahoma City with regional medical and commercial centers on the city’s northwest side.

Management & Operations| December 11, 2018

SEPTA lands $15M BUILD grant to improve passenger access

The grant will fund approximately 39% of the $38 million project, and will leverage more than $23 million in additional state, local, and private funds.

Mobility| December 3, 2018

Connected vehicle tech tested in Tampa, Florida

The program has now deployed the potentially lifesaving technology in 1,000 cars, 10 buses, and eight streetcars.

Management & Operations| September 24, 2018

Women in Transportation: K. Jane Williams

A discussion with FTA Acting Administrator K. Jane Williams.

Management & Operations| September 13, 2018

Nashville's Transit System Defies Defeat with New Brand, Revised Plan

After its $5.4 billion dollar mass transit referendum loss at the ballot box, the agency moves ahead with revised project plans, while also celebrating a rebrand.

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