White House wants to reorganize Department of Transportation; tries to revive air traffic control spinoff plan

By STEPHANIE BEASLEY, With help from Brianna Gurciullo and Tanya Snyder, Politico Morning Transportation; June 22, 2018 IF WE HAD…

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Feds approve six-month extension for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline train bonds to be sold

By Scott Powers, Florida Politics; May 31, 2018 The federal government has granted a six-month extension for All Aboard Florida…

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All Aboard Florida’s Brightline: Florida passenger train owners want more time to issue private activity bonds

By Shelly Sigo, The Bond Buyer; May 18, 2018 The private owners of Florida’s Brightline-branded passenger train system have asked…

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FRA Issues $250 Million Notice of Funding Opportunity for PTC Projects

May 15, 2018FRA Public Affairsfrapa@dot.gov 2018 PTC Q1 data released shows railroads continue to make progress implementing PTC systems WASHINGTON—The…

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Senators displeased with USDOT changing TIGER Grant program

By LAUREN GARDNER, With help from Brianna Gurciullo and Alex Guillen, Politico Morning Transportation; April 30, 2018 TIGER BEAT: The…

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Move over TIGER, USDOT ready to BUILD

By  Mischa Wanek-Libman, Editor, RT&S Magazine; April 23, 2018 The U.S. Department of Transportation is retiring the Transportation Investment Generating…

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Exclusive: Florida Senator Marco Rubio challenges legitimacy of Brightline financing

By Lisa Broadt, TCPalm.com; April 24, 2018 Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Florida, Tuesday cast doubt on Brightline’s approval for $1.75 billion of…

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TIGER grants program being replaced

By BRIANNA GURCIULLO, With help from Lauren Gardner, Tanya Snyder and Stephanie Beasley, Politico Morning Transportation; April 23, 2018 TIGER’S…

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(Federal) sharing is caring

By LAUREN GARDNER, With help from Brianna Gurciullo and Tanya Snyder, Politico Morning Transportation; March 26, 2018 SHARING IS CARING:…

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New York and New Jersey: Fighting Over Funding for Gateway Doesn’t End With Spending Bill

By Mark Niquette, Bloomberg Politics; March 23, 2018 The battle over designating money for the Northeast Corridor rail project is…

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