– Alerts – August 14.09

BART workers likely to strike Sunday
Los Angeles Times
Contract negotiations between management of the Bay Area Rapid Transit system and union officials broke down Wednesday after four months of talks when the
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Rahall Announces $1.5 Million from US DOT to Tri-State Transit
HNN Huntingtonnews.net
13, that the Tri-State Transit Authority (TTA) in Huntington will receive a $1510771 grant for facility renovations and improvements from the US Department
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Stimulus funds boost rail transit engineering
Honolulu Star-Bulletin
Almost $8 million will be used to expand the parking lot at the Pearl City Bus Facility; $4.3 million for the Wahiawa Transit Center; $3.1 million for the
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Transit tax vote may come in 2010
News & Observer
BY BRUCE SICELOFF – Staff Writer Because of the statewide sales-tax increase, Triangle transit advocates are likely to wait until late 2010 or 2011 to ask
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Honolulu to get $41M for transit
Maui News
HONOLULU – US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced Honolulu is getting close to $41 million from the federal government for transit
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Getting around during a BART strike
San Francisco Chronicle
BART is the regional transit workhorse, with an average daily ridership of 340000, which includes carrying about 180000 passengers through the Transbay Tube
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Seeing rail transit in its true light; an investment to promote
Examiner.com
Listening to people (critics, naysayers) rant about the supposed high costs of constructing streetcar and/or light rail transit gets old.
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MyFox Atlanta

Gwinnett Co. Mulls Transit Route Cuts
MyFox Atlanta
(MyFOX ATLANTA) – Gwinnett County transit officials announced big changes Thursday. The changes will affect routes and hours of service.
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wva transit authority gets $1.5M in funding
Charleston Gazette
(AP) – The Tri-State Transit Authority in Huntington is receiving more than $1.5 million in federal funding. The grant from the US Department of
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BART workers to strike after board imposes contract on second
San Jose Mercury News
The board reluctantly decided they were at an impasse with the Amalgamated Transit Union. (Dean Coppola/Staff) By the numbers BART workers will strike
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