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Metropolitan Transportation Commission to Provide $2.26 Million for BART Project

East Bay Times reports, “Planning work for the proposed BART to Livermore extension received a funding boost Wednesday after the Metropolitan Transportation Commission voted to approve $2.26 million in bridge toll funds for the project.” The post Metropolitan Transportation Commission to Provide $2.26 Million for BART Project appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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