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  • TRAX Extension Receives $116 Million from the Federal Transit Authority

    By Alex Girda, Associate Editor The Federal Transit Administration has agreed to grant $116 million to a Salt Lake City transportation project. The local community will benefit from a TRAX extension from Sandy to Draper, a project that according to federal official Peter Rogoff will provide “reliable and desirable transit” to the aforementioned communities. Rogoff, the [...]

    Salt Lake City 24 May 2013 18:24
  • Providence Station on Track for $5.7M Renovation

    The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) is planning a $5.7 million makeover of the Providence railroad station. The facility serves over one million Amtrak and Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority passengers every year. During a ceremony held at the facility on April 15th, Governor Lincoln D. Chafee and other State and Federal leaders unveiled details of the renovation project. Plans call for an improved physical appearance of the station, as well as the reconstruction of pedestrian and vehicular access. Construction is expected to begin this summer.

    Northeast 21 April 2013 18:57
  • Record of Decision Makes Baltimore Red Line Eligible for Future Federal Funds

    Governor Martin O’Malley has announced on March 5 the Baltimore Red Line has received federal environmental approval. The Federal Transit Administration’s approval is called a record of decision. It makes the project eligible for future federal funding.

    Baltimore 11 March 2013 18:48

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