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Public Transit: Observations on Recent Changes to the Capital Investment Grant Program
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Mark Goldstein (au)
The Federal Transit Administrationńˇ╗s (FTAńˇ╗s) Capital Investment Grant program provides roughly $2 billion in appropriated funds each year to help states, cities, and localities plan and build new or extensions to existing fixed-guideway transit systems. Under this program, project sponsors -- usually local transit agencies -- have typically applied for their projects to receive federal funding as either a New Starts or a Small Starts project. In 2012, MAP-21 created a new ctegory of eligible projects called Core Capacity Improvement projects and also revised the process proposed projects must follow to be eligible for and receive federal funding. This report discusses (1) FTAńˇ╗s progress in implementing changes to the program required by MAP-21; and (2) how selected project sponsors view the MAP-21 changes and FTAńˇ╗s implementation of those changes. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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