10 Apr '18, 7pm

Wash.'s Community Transit BRT line lands $43.2M grant

The 12.3-mile Green Line project will include 18 new stations and two new terminals served by high-capacity articulated buses. Community Transit The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced the award of a $43.2 million grant to Community Transit of Everett, Wash., for the Swift II (Green Line) bus rapid transit (BRT) project. The Green Line will connect major employment and residential centers, including Canyon Park, Paine Field, and Mill Creek Town Center. The project will also establish a new regional transit hub near Paine Field to improve public transportation access to the tens of thousands of jobs along the Green Line corridor. "This investment will provide Everett residents with the quick and reliable transportation they need to have access to the region’s good manufacturing and technology jobs," said U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao. RELATED: Comm...

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