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Trump claims Mueller obtained transition emails illegally

A Trump transition lawyer protested to Congress, claiming the Federal Government’s General Services Administration “unlawfully produced” the transition team’s “private materials,” including emails bound by attorney-client privilege.

MN: Wall Between Freight, Southwest Light-Rail Lines Would Affect Historic District, Feds Say

A proposed concrete wall separating freight and light-rail trains along a short stretch of the Southwest light-rail line will "adversely affect" a historic rail district in Minneapolis, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) said this week.

Metro Shuttle Service to Seahawks Games Ends

Metro will no longer operate shuttle service from several park-and-rides to Seahawks games at CenturyLink Field. The news came in an email from the Seahawks to season ticket holders: The Federal Transit Administration has ruled that Metro Transit is no longer permitted to operate its game day bus service from the Eastgate, South Kirkland and […]

Proterra Congratulates the Winners of FTA Low-No Grant Funding for Battery-Electric Buses

Proterra has announced that 21 new and 8 existing customers have won Federal Transit Administration Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Grants (Low-No).

CO: Feds Allow for Crossing Attendants on RTD's B-Line to be Dismissed

Oct. 12--Crossing attendants on RTD's B-Line can be dismissed, according to a notice from the Federal Railroad Administration. RTD and its contractor, Denver Transit Partners, will begin an attendant "removal plan as soon as practical" for

Camden To Be Home To New Jersey’s 1st All-Electric Buses, Purchasing Units From Proterra

Camden, New Jersey, will soon be home to the state's first all-electric buses thanks to the utilization of a $500,00 Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Low or No Emission Vehicle Deployment Grant (Low-No) for the purchase of several...Show More Summary

US Department Of Transportation Reveals $55 Million “Low Or No” Emissions Bus Grant Program

The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration has announced a new $55 million grant program that will see funding provided to various regional transit organizations for the purchase of low- and no-emissions buses...Show More Summary

Top 40 Under 40 2017: Dominique M. Paukowits

Dominique M. Paukowits, Community Planner, Federal Transit Administration, Region IX

East-West BRT Route Could Save MCTS Riders More Than 60 Hours on Their Commute Each Year

Milwaukee County and MCTS submitted an updated grant to the Federal Transit Administration this week for funding for the East-West Bus Rapid Transit Project.

MCTS Submits Updated Application for Bus Rapid Transit Funding

Milwaukee County and the Milwaukee County Transit System submitted an updated grant to the Federal Transit Administration for funding for the East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project.

US DoT instructs all states to establish FTA-certified SSO programme

The US Department of Transportation's (DoT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has notified all states with operational rail systems to establish an FTA-certified State Safety Oversight (SSO) programme.

FTA Announces Program for Cooperative Purchases of Transit Vehicles and Equipment

The Federal Transit Administration announced last week the Pilot Program for Nonprofit Cooperative Procurements and is accepting expressions of interest from eligible nonprofit entities to participate.

States Must Meet Rail Transit Safety Program Certification Deadline to Maintain Federal Public Transportation Funding

The Federal Transit Administration is again notifying the states where rail transit systems operate that federal law requires they establish an FTA-certified State Safety Oversight (SSO) Program by April 15, 2019.

SMART Ready to Roll

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District will begin full passenger train service this Friday, August 25, 2017, thanks to the Federal Railroad Administration's decision last week to give the system a green light.

TX: TAPS Board to Discuss Triennial Review

The TAPS Public Transit board of directors will receive a final report from the Federal Transit Administration when it meets at 2 p.m. Monday at 3400 Texoma Pkwy, in Sherman.

SMART Begins Passenger Train Service on August 25

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit District has announced that it has received the green light from the Federal Railroad Administration to begin full passenger train service. Service will begin on August 25.

OH: Laketran Updates No-Show Policy for Dial-a-Ride and ADA Service

Because of recent changes by the Federal Transit Administration, Laketran is updating its no-show policy to comply with new federal regulations to better meet the needs of its customers.

FTA approves Durham-Orange Light Rail Project to enter into final designing phase

The US Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has approved Durham and Orange counties' light-rail project to advance into the final design or engineering phase.

MD: FTA Joins the Effort to Get Purple Line Plans Moving

The Federal Transit Administration has joined the Maryland Transit Administration in an appeals case in efforts to get the Purple Line project moving ahead.

TX: Wichita Falls Transit to Get Three Free Buses

In the fall of 2016, the city was notified by the Federal Transit Administration that they were approved for a grant to purchase three 35-foot, low-floor diesel buses.

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