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  Biden Administration Recommends $4.4B for 18 Transit Projects


  From Metro:

In addition to recommendations for FY 2024 funding, FTA has allocated $1.1 billion in FY 2022 and 2023 funding to 31 transit projects nationwide.

White House Infrastructure Coordinator Mitch Landrieu, U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Administrator Nuria Fernandez announced that 18 large transit projects in 11 states across the nation were recommended to receive $4.45 billion for construction.

The 18 large rail and bus rapid transit (BRT) projects were recommended to receive federal support in President Biden’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2024 Budget Request to Congress. Nine of the projects would...............................................


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  Cardinal Transportation, Eagle Christian Tours join IMG

Brett Roes founded Eagle Christian Tours in 2012 with a single coach and today operates 37 vehicles. Cardinal Transportation was founded in 2000
and has a fleet of over 70 vehicles. Photos: Bus & Motorcoach News

  From Bus & Motorcoach News:

IMG is expanding by adding two new member companies to the invitation-only network: Cardinal Transportation of Columbus, Ohio; and Eagle Christian Tours of Rome, Georgia.

"These two companies are outstanding additions to IMG," said Bronwyn Wilson, IMG President. "They share the core values of IMG with their focus on safety, training, and customer service excellence. We are delighted to welcome them both and know that each company brings great qualities to IMG while expanding our customer footprint."...............................

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  Bechtel, First Student Partnership Promises to Boost School Bus Electrification Efforts

Image: School Transportation News

  From School Transportation News:

First Student, a provider of student transportation to school districts across North America, is expanding its operations in the Northeast. The company has acquired Safety Bus, a trusted provider of school bus and motor coach transportation in New Jersey.

"We respect Safety Bus' operations and admire the dedication they have shown to serve their communities over the past 60 years," said First Student CEO and President John Kenning. "Their team is a great fit for First Student. We both continually seek a better way to do things with innovation, sustainable practices and operational excellence. We are excited to work together, leveraging our insights to deliver an extraordinary experience for all our customers and bus riders." .........................................

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