TX: $159.6 Million - Statewide (ARRA Grants)


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Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission, Victoria Texas: $775,000 to purchase eight bus replacements and one van replacement.

City of Wichita Falls, Texas: $1.8 million to purchase four thirty-five foot buses, safety equipment, and upgrades for fare collections.

Concho Valley Transit District, San Angelo, Texas: $1.6 million for the Concho Valley Transit Terminal.

Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, Harlingen, Texas: $2 million to purchase seven expansion buses. The funds will also be used towards vehicle storage facilities and equipment.

City of McAllen/McAllen Express Transit, McAllen, Texas: $2.4 million dollars will be used to buy seven 34-foot buses to expand the fleet.

City of Texarkana, Texarkana, Texas: $1.1 million will be used to build a transfer station and city offices.

Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council, McAllen, Texas: $2.4 million will be used to purchase a total of 10 buses, a tow truck, a bus washer, and bus shelters. The remaining funds will be used for facility upgrades and transit enhancements.

North Central Texas Council of Governments, Dallas/Fort Worth Urbanized Area: $5.4 million will be used to buy 43 replacement buses, facility upgrades, and transit enhancements.

City of Grand Prairie, Grand Prairie, Texas: $192,000 will be used to purchase ADP software and radios for the city.

City of Amarillo, Amarillo, Texas: $3.6 million will be used for preventive maintenance and for the non-fixed route Americanís with Disabilities Act (ADA) Para transit Service.

Collin County Committee on Aging/Collin County Area Rural Transportation, McKinney, Texas: $ 1 million to purchase ADP software and hardware, security equipment, and preventative maintenance.

Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority, Corpus Christi, Texas: $6.3 million to purchase six replacement buses, fare boxes, and ADP bus stop improvements.

Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Houston, Texas: $2.3 million to purchase and install signal, communication, and other improvement systems for Houston's Main Street light-rail-car line.

Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Houston, Texas: $87.2 million for major renovation to Houstonís transportation systems. This includes 19 light rail cars for expansion purposes to be used on the Main Street Line and purchasing and installing 40 bus passenger shelters. High Occupancy Toll lanes will be installed in the Houston area along with new pavement and signage toll equipment. A new gate traffic control system will also be replaced to improve safety along the METRO.

City of Beaumont, Beaumont, Texas: $2.4 million to purchase eight replacement buses, upgrade mobile fare collection equipment, support vehicles, and passenger shelters. The funds will also renovate the Beaumont Municipal Transit's administrative building for the first time in decades including a new telephone system.

City of Arlington, Arlington, Texas: $600,000 to purchase two replacement buses, buy ADP software, and perform preventative maintenance.

Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Fort Worth, Texas: $18.6 million to purchase 40 replacement buses, security equipment including cameras, and American with Disability Act (ADA) operating assistance.

Forth Worth Transportation Authority, Forth Worth, Texas: $20 million will be used to purchase eight replacement-expanded buses and to modify the maintenance facility to accommodate the new buses. The funds will also allow for new parking facilities and preventive maintenance. The funds will also allow upgrades to the Trinity Railway Express at the Intermodal Transit Center.