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Summary of Fiscal Year 2018 Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program Project Selections

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Federal Transit Administration (FTA), DOT.

ACTION:

Notice; summary of project selections. Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program.

SUMMARY:

The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) summarizes the allocation of $366,162,440 to projects under the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program (Bus Program) and provides administrative guidance on award management.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Successful applicants should contact the appropriate FTA Regional Office for information regarding applying for the funds or program-specific information. A list of Regional Offices can be found at www.fta.dot.gov. Unsuccessful applicants may contact Mark G. Bathrick, Office of Program Management at (202) 366-9955, email: Mark.Bathrick @dot.gov, to arrange a proposal debriefing within 30 days of this notice. A TDD is available at 1-800-877-8339 (TDD/FIRS).

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

The competitive funding allocations announced in this notice are authorized by Section 5339(b) of Title 49, United States Code. Federal public transportation law at 49 U.S.C. 5338(a)(2)(M) authorizes $246,514,000 million for competitive allocations in FY 2018. The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2018 appropriated an additional $161,446,000 for the Bus Program for FY 2018. After the statutory set aside for oversight, $366,293,150 was available for competitive grants under the Bus Program.

On June 21, 2018, FTA published a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) announcing the availability of $366,293,150 in competitive funding under the Bus Program. These funds will provide financial assistance to states and eligible public agencies to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease Start Printed Page 8394buses, vans, and related equipment, and capital projects to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities. In response to the NOFO, FTA received 339 project proposals from 51 States and territories requesting approximately $2 billion in Federal funds. Project proposals were evaluated based on each applicant's responsiveness to the program evaluation criteria outlined in the NOFO.

Based on the criteria in the NOFO, FTA is funding 107 projects, as shown in Table 1, for a total of $366,162,440. Recipients selected for competitive funding are required to work with their FTA Regional Office to submit a grant application in FTA's Transit Award Management System (TrAMs) for the projects identified in the attached table. Grant applications must include only eligible activities applied for in the original project application. Funds must be used consistent with the competitive proposal and for the eligible capital purposes described in the NOFO.

In cases where the allocation amount is less than the proposer's total requested amount, recipients are required to fund the scalable project option as described in the application. If the award amount does not correspond to the scalable option, the recipient should work with the Regional Office to reduce scope or scale the project such that a complete phase or project is accomplished. Recipients also may provide additional local funds to complete a proposed project. A discretionary project identification number has been assigned to each project for tracking purposes and must be used in the TrAMs application.

Selected projects are eligible to incur costs under pre-award authority no earlier than the date projects were publicly announced, which was September 25, 2018. Pre-award authority does not guarantee that project expenses incurred prior to the award of a grant will be eligible for reimbursement, as eligibility for reimbursement is contingent upon other requirements, such as planning and environmental requirements, having been met. For more about FTA's policy on pre-award authority, please see the FTA Fiscal Year 2018 Apportionments, Allocations, and Program Information and Interim Guidance found in 83 FR 33018 (July 16, 2018). Post-award reporting requirements include submission of the Federal Financial Report and Milestone progress reports in TrAMs (see FTA.C.5010.1E). Recipients must comply with all applicable Federal statutes, regulations, executive orders, FTA circulars, and other Federal requirements in carrying out the project supported by the FTA grant. FTA emphasizes that recipients must follow all third-party procurement guidance as authorized by 49 U.S.C. 5325(a) and described in FTA.C.4220.1F. Funds allocated in this announcement must be obligated in a grant by September 30, 2021.

Technical Review and Evaluation Summary: FTA assessed all project proposals that were submitted under the FY 2018 Bus Program competition according to the following evaluation criteria. The specific metrics for each criterion were described in the June 21, 2018 NOFO:

1. Demonstration of Need

2. Demonstration of Benefits

3. Planning/Local Prioritization

4. Local Financial Commitment

5. Project Implementation Strategy

6. Technical, Legal, and Financial Capacity

For each project, a technical review panel assigned a rating of Highly Recommended, Recommended, or Not Recommended for each of the six criteria. The technical review panel then assigned an overall rating of Highly Recommended, Recommended, Not Recommended, or Ineligible to the project proposal.

Projects were assigned a final overall rating of Highly Recommended if they were rated Highly Recommended in at least four categories overall, with no Not Recommended ratings. Projects were assigned a final overall rating of Recommended if the project had three or more Recommended ratings and no Not Recommended ratings. Projects were assigned a rating of Not Recommended if they received a Not Recommended rating in any category. A summary of the overall scores is shown in the table below.

Overall Project Ratings (eligible submissions):

Highly Recommended201
Recommended74
Not Recommended64
Total339

As outlined in the NOFO, FTA made the final selections based on the technical ratings as well geographic diversity, Departmental objectives, and/or receipt of other recent competitive awards. As further outlined in the NOFO, in some cases, due to funding limitations, proposers that were selected for funding received less than the amount originally requested.

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Issued in Washington, DC.

K. Jane Williams,

Acting Administrator.

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Table 1—FY 18 Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Competition Project Selections

StateApplicantProject IDProject titleFunded amountOverall rating
AKMunicipality of AnchorageD2018-BUSC-132The Municipality of Anchorage, Alaska will receive funding to Implement a new Information Technology System (ITS) for the Public Transportation Department (PTD) in Anchorage, Alaska$4,250,000Recommended.
ALAlabama A&M UniversityD2018-BUSC-133The Alabama A&M University will receive funding to purchase electric buses, construct a bus storage facility, purchase and install bus shelters, and acquire ITS3,761,033Highly Recommended.
AROzark Regional TransitD2018-BUSC-134Ozark Regional Transit will receive funding to replace their Operations Center2,900,000Highly Recommended.
AZCity of PhoenixD2018-BUSC-135The City of Phoenix will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life6,393,630Highly Recommended.
CACity of FresnoD2018-BUSC-136The City of Fresno will receive funding to rehabilitate the Fresno Area Express fixed route maintenance and operations facility1,004,973Highly Recommended.
CACity of Los Angeles, Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-137The City of Los Angeles, Department of Transportation will receive funding to help with the electrification of LADOT bus maintenance facilities to support an electric bus fleet3,215,977Highly Recommended.
CACity of NorwalkD2018-BUSC-138The City of Norwalk will receive funding to purchase zero emission buses, and chargers for expansion986,928Highly Recommended.
CACity of RosevilleD2018-BUSC-139The City of Roseville will receive funding to replace commuter buses with zero-emission buses826,377Highly Recommended.
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CACity of Santa RosaD2018-BUSC-140The City of Santa Rosa will receive funding to purchase zero emission buses1,780,133Highly Recommended.
CACity of VisaliaD2018-BUSC-141City of Visalia will receive funding to purchase new buses569,595Highly Recommended.
CALos Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-142The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace diesel buses with CNG buses in Los Angeles County5,457,098Highly Recommended.
CASan Diego Metropolitan Transit SystemD2018-BUSC-143The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System will receive funding to upgrade bus CAD/AVL and radio network hardware3,923,122Highly Recommended.
CASan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)D2018-BUSC-144The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will receive funding to modernize the Woods Bus Maintenance Facility3,617,415Highly Recommended.
CASan Luis Obispo Regional Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-145San Luis Obispo Region Transit Authority will receive funding for a new bus maintenance facility6,285,662Highly Recommended.
CAVictor Valley Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-146Victor Valley Transit Authority will receive funding to replace CNG buses with electric buses867,007Highly Recommended.
CAState of California Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-147The State of California Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace and expand vehicles for accessible transportation services312,027Highly Recommended.
CAState of California Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-148The State of California Department of Transportation on behalf of Eastern Sierra Transit Authority will receive funding to build a new operations and administrative facility457,139Highly Recommended.
COCity of Fort CollinsD2018-BUSC-149The City of Fort Collins will receive funding to replace and expand bus stops throughout the bus system1,520,344Highly Recommended.
CORegional Transportation DistrictD2018-BUSC-150The Regional Transportation District will receive funding to purchase replacement buses7,497,000Highly Recommended.
CORegional Transportation DistrictD2018-BUSC-151The Regional Transportation District will receive funding to replace roofs on existing maintenance facilities3,503,000Highly Recommended.
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-152The State of Colorado on behalf of Durango Transit will receive funding to replace vehicles211,200Highly Recommended.
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-153The State of Colorado on behalf of Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace buses2,231,500Highly Recommended.
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-154The State of Colorado on behalf of Steamboat Springs Transit will receive funding to replace buses536,000Highly Recommended.
COMesa CountyD2018-BUSC-155Mesa County on behalf of Grand Valley Transit will receive funding for bus replacements392,000Highly Recommended.
CTConnecticut Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-156The Connecticut Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate the Hartford maintenance facility7,000,000Highly Recommended.
DCWashington Metropolitan Area Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-157The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will receive funding to replace CNG buses in the fleet4,250,000Recommended.
DEDelaware Transit CorporationD2018-BUSC-158The Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to expand the New Castle County Bus Facility3,385,600Recommended.
FLMiami Dade CountyD2018-BUSC-159Miami Dade County will receive funding to replace diesel buses with CNG buses throughout the fleet11,000,000Highly Recommended.
GAGeorgia Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-160The Georgia Department of Transportation on behalf of the City of Albany will receive funding to replace buses and fund a transit center4,250,000Recommended.
IACity of DubuqueD2018-BUSC-161The City of Dubuque will receive funding to purchase ADA vehicles and install a new farebox system1,939,672Highly Recommended.
IAIowa Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-162The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural buses throughout the State7,000,000Highly Recommended.
IDIdaho Transportation DepartmentD2018-BUSC-163The Idaho Transportation Department on behalf of the City of Driggs will receive funding to construct passenger shelters and bus pullouts192,000Highly Recommended.
IDNez Perce TribeD2018-BUSC-164The Nez Perce Tribe will receive funding to purchase new buses and install new bus bay doors on their facility96,300Highly Recommended.
ILBloomington-Normal Public Transportation SystemD2018-BUSC-165The Bloomington-Normal Public Transportation System will receive funding to purchase battery electric replacement buses6,000,000Highly Recommended.
ILCity of DecaturD2018-BUSC-166The City of Decatur will receive funding to purchase new buses4,662,000Highly Recommended.
ILIllinois Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-167The Illinois Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Galesburg/Macomb Fixed Route Bus Replacement and Quincy Bus Facility Rehabilitation Projects2,285,000Highly Recommended.
INSouth Bend Public Transportation CorporationD2018-BUSC-168The South Bend Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to replace buses that operate on their fixed route service4,910,748Highly Recommended.
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INBloomington Public Transportation CorporationD2018-BUSC-169The Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and associated charging infrastructure357,524Highly Recommended.
KSTopeka Metropolitan Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-170The Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new ITS equipment503,120Recommended.
KYKentucky Transportation CabinetD2018-BUSC-171The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will receive funds on behalf of 19 transit agencies to expand & replace vehicles, construct and renovate bus facilities, and purchase associated bus equipment7,000,000Highly Recommended.
LANew Orleans Regional Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-172The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to expand their biodiesel bus fleet6,392,000Highly Recommended.
MAPioneer Valley Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-173The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will receive funding to rehabilitate and convert their Fixed-Route Bus Maintenance Garage to a Paratransit Facility2,400,000Highly Recommended.
MDMontgomery County GovernmentD2018-BUSC-174Montgomery County will receive funding to replace diesel buses with electric buses4,365,000Highly Recommended.
MECity of BangorD2018-BUSC-175The City of Bangor will receive funding to replace buses operating on the city's fixed route2,890,000Highly Recommended.
MEMaine Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-176The Maine Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural buses throughout the State2,201,370Highly Recommended.
MICapital Area Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-177The Capital Area Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace buses throughout the fleet3,155,380Highly Recommended.
MICentral County Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-178The Central County Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace buses throughout the fleet2,808,797Highly Recommended.
MICity of Detroit Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-179The City of Detroit will receive funding to rehabilitate the Coolidge Terminal and Maintenance Facility9,536,038Highly Recommended.
MIMichigan Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-180The Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace vehicles for 47 rural agencies and provide expansion vehicles for five rural agencies9,536,038Highly Recommended.
MIMichigan Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-181The Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding for replacement and expansion vehicles for three small urban transit agencies4,267,199Highly Recommended.
MNMetropolitan Council/Metro TransitD2018-BUSC-182The Metropolitan Council/Metro Transit will receive funding to construct the new Heywood II Bus Garage (Minneapolis Bus Garage)11,000,000Highly Recommended.
MOMissouri Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-183The Missouri Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase transit buses and vans for rural public transportation, as well as, technological upgrades for new and existing vehicles5,630,565Highly Recommended.
MPOffice of the Governor—COTAD2018-BUSC-184The Office of the Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, on behalf of the Commonwealth Office of Transit Authority (COTA) will receive funding to construct an administrative and maintenance facility, purchase buses for their new fixed route service, and construct bus shelters6,387,346Highly Recommended.
MSMississippi Band of Choctaw IndiansD2018-BUSC-185The Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will receive funding to purchase replacement and expansions vehicles857,700Highly Recommended.
MTCity of BillingsD2018-BUSC-186The City of Billings will receive funding to purchase replacement buses and associated equipment1,360,000Highly Recommended.
MTNorthern Cheyenne Tribe of the Northern Cheyenne Indian ReservationD2018-BUSC-187The Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation will receive funding to construct a new transit facility2,765,664Highly Recommended.
MTConfederated Salish & Kootenai TribesD2018-BUSC-188The Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes will receive funding to purchase new ADA vehicles and bus shelters328,040Highly Recommended.
NCCity of CharlotteD2018-BUSC-189The City of Charlotte will receive funding to purchase replacement buses5,932,800Highly Recommended.
NCCity of DurhamD2018-BUSC-190The City of Durham will receive funding to replace diesel buses with electric buses2,125,000Highly Recommended.
NDNorth Dakota Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-191The North Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural transit vehicles throughout the State3,772,000Highly Recommended.
NDCity of BismarckD2018-BUSC-192The City of Bismarck will receive funding to rehabilitate an existing bus facility96,000Recommended.
NEThe Transit Authority of the City of Omaha d/b/a/ MetroD2018-BUSC-193The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha will receive funding to purchase associated infrastructure for CNG and electric buses6,685,000Highly Recommended.
NHManchester Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-194The Manchester Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase replacement buses for their fleet934,723Highly Recommended.
NJNJ TransitD2018-BUSC-195NJ Transit will receive funding to purchase bus lifts across the State7,000,000Highly Recommended.
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NMCity of Las CrucesD2018-BUSC-196The City of Las Cruces will receive funding to construct a new transit maintenance and operations center11,000,000Highly Recommended.
NVPyramid Lake Paiute TribeD2018-BUSC-197The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe will receive funding to purchase new buses and rehabilitate existing buses188,760Highly Recommended.
NYCapital District Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-198The Capital District Transportation Authority will receive funding to construct the River Corridor Bus Rapid Transit System (BRT), which includes the purchase of vehicles, construction of stops, and other associated improvements5,000,000Highly Recommended.
NYNiagara Frontier Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-199The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority will receive funding to purchase CNG buses11,000,000Highly Recommended.
NYRochester Genesee Regional Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-200The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to construct a new maintenance facility2,000,000Highly Recommended.
OHGreater Dayton Regional Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-201Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to replace diesel buses with electric buses5,725,000Highly Recommended.
OHPortage Area Regional Transportation AuthorityD2018-BUSC-202The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to make the bus wash system CNG compliant165,330Highly Recommended.
OHSouthwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA)D2018-BUSC-203The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) will receive funding to rehabilitate the Silverton Access/“Fare Deal” Customer Facility180,000Recommended.
OKOklahoma Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-204The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement and expansion vehicles throughout the State3,874,200Highly Recommended.
OKOklahoma Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-205The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate rural bus facilities throughout the State407,596Recommended.
OROregon Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-206The Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Yamhill County Transit will receive funding to replace buses960,090Highly Recommended.
OROregon Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-207The Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Benton County will receive funding to purchase new ADA buses198,900Highly Recommended.
OROregon Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-208The Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Canby Area Transit will receive funding to replace buses352,000Highly Recommended.
OROregon Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-209The Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Curry County will receive funding to purchase a bus and a van131,000Recommended.
OROregon Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-210The Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) will receive funding to purchase a bus68,000Recommended.
PAPennsylvania Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-211The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Pennsylvania Fixed Route Intelligent Transportation System (FRITS) Project7,000,000Highly Recommended.
RIRhode Island Public Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-212The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority will receive funding for the Chafee Maintenance Facility Modernization Project3,280,000Recommended.
SCGreenville Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-213The Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) will receive funding for a new transit facility11,000,000Highly Recommended.
SDOglala Sioux TribeD2018-BUSC-214The Oglala Sioux Tribe will receive funding to purchase accessible transit vehicles equipped with ITS technology262,200Highly Recommended.
SDSD Department Of TransportationD2018-BUSC-215The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Highmore Transit Facility400,000Highly Recommended.
SDSD Department Of TransportationD2018-BUSC-216The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the River Cities Public Transit Call Center160,000Recommended.
SDSD Department Of TransportationD2018-BUSC-217The South Dakota Department of Transportation on behalf of Prairie Hill Transit and River Cities Transit will receive funding for snow removal equipment80,000Recommended.
SDSD Department Of TransportationD2018-BUSC-218The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Yankton Transit Facility350,000Recommended.
TNNashville Metropolitan Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-219The Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive funding to replace buses throughout the fleet9,028,800Highly Recommended.
TXCity of Wichita FallsD2018-BUSC-220The City of Wichita Falls will receive funding for a bus administrative and maintenance facility for the Wichita Falls Transit System and SHARP Lines Rural Transportation9,864,858Highly Recommended.
TXCity Transit Management Company Inc. for City of LubbockD2018-BUSC-221The City Transit Management Company Inc. for City of Lubbock will receive funding for the purchase of new buses2,500,000Highly Recommended.
TXLower Rio Grande Valley Development CouncilD2018-BUSC-222The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council will receive funding for new bus passenger shelters661,342Highly Recommended.
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TXVIA Metropolitan TransitD2018-BUSC-223VIA Metropolitan Transit will receive funding for their paratransit operating and maintenance facility6,000,000Highly Recommended.
TXTexas Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-224The Texas Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase buses for 35 rural transit providers throughout the State7,000,000Highly Recommended.
UTUtah Transit AuthorityD2018-BUSC-225The Utah Transit Authority will receive funding for the construction of the Depot District Clean Fuel Technology Center (DDTC)11,000,000Highly Recommended.
VTVermont Agency of TransportationD2018-BUSC-226The Vermont Agency for Transportation will receive funding for the Bradford Vermont Public Transit Facility2,080,000Highly Recommended.
WAIntercity TransitD2018-BUSC-227Intercity Transit will receive funding for the Pattison Street Facility Renovation and Expansion Project—Phase II9,703,001Highly Recommended.
WASauk-Suiattle Indian TribeD2018-BUSC-228The Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe will receive funding to purchase new buses and bus shelters170,000Highly Recommended.
WAWashington State Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-229The Washington State Department of Transportation on behalf of the Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area will receive funding to purchase hybrid buses to replace diesel buses1,482,690Highly Recommended.
WAKalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservationD2018-BUSC-230The Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation will receive funding to purchase an expansion bus115,960Highly Recommended.
WAWashington State Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-231The Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to deploy low emission vehicles in rural Columbia County176,000Highly Recommended.
WAWashington State Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-232The Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to deploy lower-emission propane powered vehicles in rural Island County940,430Highly Recommended.
WICity of Appleton, Valley TransitD2018-BUSC-233The City of Appleton, Valley Transit will receive funding for their bus replacement project4,000,000Highly Recommended.
WICity of JanesvilleD2018-BUSC-234The City of Janesville will receive funding for the purchase of replacement buses2,000,000Highly Recommended.
WIWisconsin Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-235The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will receive funding to purchase new buses for rural transit providers across the State5,142,500Highly Recommended.
WIMenominee Indian Tribe of WisconsinD2018-BUSC-236The Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin will receive funding to purchase new buses180,000Recommended.
WVWest Virginia Division of Public TransitD2018-BUSC-237The West Virginia Division of Public Transit will receive funding for rural buses182,400Highly Recommended.
WYWyoming Department of TransportationD2018-BUSC-238The Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Sheridan, Wyoming Public Transportation Bus Replacement Project for Goose Creek Transit393,600Highly Recommended.
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