CA: $83.9 Million (ARRA Grant)


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Grants are being awarded as follows:

 City of Modesto: $35,500 for preventative maintenance.
 City of Turlock: $194,532 for a bus transfer hub facility.
 Orange County Transportation Authority: $500,000 to purchase three alternative fuel buses as replacements for the City of Laguna Beach.
 City of Vallejo: $2.4 million for repair and rehabilitation of the Vallejo Intermodal Station.
 Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority: $69,776 for the Metro Blue Line traction power substation.
 Southern California Regional Rail Authority: $4.7 million to fund track rehabilitation, Positive Train Control, Keller Yard storage, Central Maintenance Facility Guard, and insurance.
 City of Vacaville: $527,655 for the Vacaville Intermodal Station; $115,330 to purchase 14 electronic fareboxes.
 City of Santa Clarita: $2.4 million for construction of two transit parking facilities.
 City of Fresno: $1.2 million for operating assistance.
 City of Montebello: $1.9 million to purchase three 40ft. CNG replacement buses and for operating assistance.
 City of La Mirada: $63,287 for bus security cameras and maintenance equipment.
 City of Fairfield: $172,340 to install 63 fareboxes; $788,484 for the purchase of six buses.
 Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation Department:  $2.4 million for replacement of bus wash equipment.
 The Sacramento Regional Transit District: $488,000 to purchase six replacement minivans and operating assistance.
 City of Manteca: $649,009 to purchase bus passenger amenities.
 San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART): $17 million for railcar and station equipment improvements
 Municipal Transportation Agency/City and County of San Francisco (MUNI): $18.2 million to rebuild and perform preventive maintenance on light rail vehicles.
 San Mateo County Transit: $2 million for preventive maintenance and the purchase of four replacement buses.
 Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board: $2.7 million for the San Mateo bridges replacement project.
 Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority: $12.3 million for the purchase of 20 40-foot buses.
 Union City: $77,123 for the purchase of two 35-foot buses.
 Western Contra Costa Transit Authority: $197,637 for preventive maintenance and the purchase of a generator.
 Easter Contra Costa Transit Authority: $1.1 million for preventive maintenance, the purchase of lifts, and parking lot repairs.
 Central Contra Costa Transit Authority: $1.1 million for preventive maintenance.
 Livermore-Amador Valley Transit Authority: $779,046 for preventive maintenance.
 City of Santa Rosa: $1 million for the purchase of two hybrid electric buses.
 City of Simi Valley: $1 million for garage modernization, ADA operations, and equipment.
 Napa County Transportation Planning Agency: $721,312 for bus rehabilitation and the purchase of shop equipment.
 Sonoma County Transit: $448,161 to replace one 40-foot CNG bus.
 Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District: $6.7 million for preventive maintenance.