This morning, U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Secretary Ray LaHood announced the winners of the extremely competitive TIGER III grant application cycle. Forty-six projects in 33 states will share $511 million in grant funds. The announcement was made several months earlier than the originally scheduled date.
As has been the case with the previous two rounds of TIGER grants, this cycle was wildly oversubscribed. According to the announcement, USDOT received 848 project applications from all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and Washington, DC, requesting a total of $14.29 ...
Southern California can’t say it’s number one when it comes to having the worst traffic congestion in the country, but it’s a huge economic and social problem for the region which three Southern California transportation agencies are addressing through the use of managed lanes. That’s what we recently learned at the Women’s Transportation Seminar presentation on October 14, 2011.
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