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Maine Governor Requests $70M in Federal Disaster Aid to Repair January Storm Damage

Maine Gov. Janet Mills sent a formal request to President Joe Biden Feb. 23 for a major disaster declaration that would help her state's eight coastal counties recover from the severe damage and flooding sustained from back-to-back storms on Jan....


First Phase of Proposed 12-Mi. Virginia Beach Trail Receives $14.9M in Federal Funding

The long-awaited construction of the Virginia Beach (VB) Trail in the Hampton Roads region, thought by some to be out of reach, took a major step forward Jan. 3 following the city of Virginia Beach's approval of $14.9 million in federal funding to build the initial phase of the project....


Track Improvements Ahead for Maine's Amtrak Downeaster; U.S. 1 to Get $27.1M in Upgrades

Amtrak's Downeaster rail service secured a $27.5 million federal grant in December to make repairs and related improvements along the tracks between Brunswick, Maine, and the Massachusetts border. The project, estimated to cost $34.3 million according to an Amtrak news release, aims to keep the rails in good condition, reducing the need to impose speed limits on the passenger trains, cutting down freight delays, and improving safety and service, Mainebiz reported Dec....


States Seek Second Federal Grant to Replace Blatnik Bridge

Gov. Tony Evers, together with Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz, announced Dec. 4 their state transportation agencies have requested more than $1 billion in federal funding through the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) Bridge Investment Program (BIP) to replace the aging John A....


Arkansas, Tennessee DOTs Apply for Funding to Replace I-55 Bridge Over Mississippi River

The state highway departments in Arkansas and Tennessee applied in early December for funding made available through the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to replace the Interstate 55 bridge over the Mississippi River....


Infrastructure Law Turns Two; Impacts Increasingly Felt Across America

States have committed federal funds to support more than 56,000 eligible transportation improvements in all 50 states during the last two years, spanning nearly every U.S. county, according to a review of the latest available federal data conducted by the American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA)....


Connecticut Gets $2B in Federal Funding for Rail Projects, Bridge Replacements

Connecticut is set to receive nearly $2 billion in federal funding to repair bridges and update aging infrastructure that serve major rail lines along Amtrak's busy Northeast Corridor and other regional train services....


Stalled Second Avenue Subway Extension in NYC Receives $3.4B in Federal Money

After several years of delays, the second phase of the Second Avenue Subway extension on the east side of New York City is set to get under way, due to a $3.4 billion injection from the federal government....


Six NE Corridor Rail Projects in Maryland to Be Built With Nearly $7B in Federal Funds

Maryland Gov. Wes Moore applauded the Nov. 6 announcement of nearly $7 billion in awards from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) for building and upgrading six projects in the state designed to make Amtrak and the Maryland Area Rail Commuter (MARC) service safer, faster, more dependable and more convenient for passengers....


FHWA Guidance Pushes for Rehab, But Leaves IIJA Funding Apps in States' Hands

In committing to a major, long-term investment in infrastructure, the federal government has left much of the decision about where to channel funding largely to states. The DOT said states can choose, with the hope that repairs would win out over expansions....






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