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FTA announces $85M funding for tech. advanced transit buses

Government Issues| March 18, 2019

The Low-No Program helps project sponsors purchase or lease low- or no-emission vehicles.

FTA issues final rules to complete fed transit safety program

Security and Safety | July 18, 2018

The safety plan rule takes effect on July 19, 2019, and compliance with the rule is required within one year of that date.

Technology| April 23, 2018

FTA offers $84M for technologically advanced transit buses

Low-No Program supports projects bringing bus technologies such as battery-electric power and hydrogen fuel cells into service.

Government Issues| September 18, 2017

U.S. DOT awards over $6 million for accessibility research

Agency reviewed a total of 34 proposals and granted the awards in three application technology areas.

Security and Safety | March 1, 2017

OLI partners with USDOT to launch Rail Safety Week

Planning for awareness campaign, local events, and distributing safety tips for pedestrians, drivers, transit riders and passenger rail users throughout Rail Safety Week.

Management & Operations| January 31, 2017

AECOM appoints Flowers as national transit practice leader

Most recently, she served as acting administrator in the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration.

Mobility| January 18, 2017

Chicago Union Station redevelopment plan receives fed assistance

The USDOT Build America Bureau and the City of Chicago are entering into an EmPA agreement, under which Chicago can work closely with USDOT with the ultimate goal of seeking up to $1 billion in federal funding for the project.

Government Issues| January 10, 2017

Current planning, funding won't meet future transportation demands: report

The Beyond Traffic 2045 report is a comprehensive study of the major trends that will shape our nation’s transportation system over the next thirty years.

September 14, 2016

How billions of dollars in transportation spending can transform our communities

Billions of taxpayer dollars are spent buying buses and railcars every year. Although the national unemployment rate has declined since the Great Recession, for low-income families and communities of color, the unemployment rate remains in the double-digits and good, family-supporting jobs can’t come fast enough. We need strategies that revive U.S. manufacturing and other industries that can create the kind of jobs we want.

Government Issues| August 4, 2016

WSP | PB clients win 5 TIGER grants

The awards focus on capital projects that generate economic development and improve access to reliable, safe and affordable transportation for communities, both urban and rural.

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