Provided as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the pilot programme will help reconnect people to economic opportunities and essential services in their communities by improving transport links and infrastructure.
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The new funding will allow NJ TRANSIT to adapt the bus network to meet communities' changing mobility needs, as well as improve service accessibility to jobs, education and other opportunities.
The first-ever awardees of the Federal Transit Administration’s Climate Challenge have been chosen across eight categories for helping to lead the country’s transition to a clean energy future.
Provided as part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the new Carbon Reduction Program will fund key projects that will help to develop carbon reduction strategies and address the climate crisis facing the nation.
Combined with the funds provided under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the $142 billion total budget will allow USDOT to increase access to safe and sustainable transportation, as well as create jobs and strengthen the country’s economy.
Established as part of Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the new funding marks an important step towards making electric vehicle charging accessible to all Americans.
Upon completion, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Second Avenue Subway expansion will help to advance the Biden Administration's and New York State's goal for transportation equity.
By introducing the climate adaptation and resilience plan, the U.S. Department of Transportation is supporting the whole-of-government approach to confronting the climate crisis.
The Madison Street Bus Rapid Transit Project will improve connections between key destinations in downtown Seattle and the densely populated neighbourhoods in the surrounding area.
President Joe Biden has signed an Executive Order that sets an ambitious target to make half of all new vehicles sold in 2030 zero emission, electric vehicles.
Transit agencies have been crucial in providing citizens across the US with transit to and from their vaccine appointments, often free of charge.
The USDOT has reminded US travellers that it is still mandatory to wear a mask on public transportation, despite the CDC updating their mask guidance for fully vaccinated people last week.
The USDOT has sought to withdraw a rule that would have made it harder for individual states to set their own climate goals.
The restructuring of the US Department of Transportation continues after the election of President Biden with the appointment of another senior member of staff.