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Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Transportation news you missed last week while you were freezing, but is it a real improvement?
news about Transportation Sec. Ray LaHood's
apparent change in policy is good or bad,
true or false, as it relates to what will happen
in Florida, esp. High-Speed Rail or commuter
rail funding, et al, but I thought I'd share it with
you all after I found it while looking for something
else this morning.
For a partisan website, it's actually put together quite well.
Some great news slipped under the radar last week
Tue Jan 19, 2010 at 12:57:08 AM EST
Another look at the same issues.
National Journal Experts Blog
Are New Transit Guidelines An Improvement?
January 19, 2010
Last week Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood proposed new livability-based funding guidelines for major transit projects and rescinded Bush administration requirements that based funding decisions on how much a project shortened commute times compared to its cost. The criteria determine which projects get funded under the Federal Transit Administration's New Starts and Small Starts programs.
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