23 Jul '12, 2pm

Today DOT announced $46.7 million to Michigan to bring vital #transit to state of good repair

7/23/2012 Contact: Angela Gates 202-366-3669 EAST LANSING– U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced $46.7 million in federal funding for Michigan to replace aging buses and transit facilities to improve service for thousands of people who take public transit every day. The seven projects are among 255 projects in 48 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico selected to receive a share of $787 million in funding. “President Obama’s support for an America built to last is putting people back to work across the country, including here in Michigan, modernizing our nation’s roads, rails, bridges and public transit systems,” said Secretary LaHood. “By investing in the transit infrastructure people depend on to get where they need to go each day, we will keep our economy moving forward well into the future.” Robert Rivkin, General Counsel of the U.S. Depart...

Full article: http://fta.dot.gov/newsroom/12286_14755.html

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