DOT to Offer $30 Million For Passenger Rail Service

Sanchez, Humberto
February 2008
Bond Buyer;2/21/2008, Vol. 363 Issue 32820, p6
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The article announces that the Department of Transportation offer a federal aid worth $30 million to major states for the improvement of passenger rail in the U.S. Mary Peters of the Department of Transportation explains that the primary goal of the federal aid is to support the state investments for passenger rail services development. The Federal Railroad Administration is assigned to manage the grant program which starting accept application on March 18, 2007.


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