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Funding for Light-rail Lines in Obama's Budget
President Obama's FY2012 proposed budget includes $200 million in New Starts funds for construction of our North and Southeast light-rail lines. The budget includes a $50 million boost compared to the past two fiscal budgets - $150 million proposed Read More...
METRO to Receive Millions in Obama Budget
When President Obama unveiled on Monday his new budget plan , Houston METRO came out a winner. Two light-rail lines we're building - the North Corridor and the Southeast Corridor - were chosen to receive matching federal dollars - $75 million for Read More...
FTA Approves Final Design on Light-Rail Lines
Good news in our plans to build the North and Southeast lines: The Federal Transit Administration has just approved our Final Design on these two lines. This approval means we have just completed the final prerequisite toward entering something called Read More...
On TV: Highlights of Groundbreaking Ceremonies
If you missed METRO's gala celebration last Monday of the two groundbreaking ceremonies (Southeast and North corridors) and the finale at Minute Maid Park's Union Station, check out our documentary. Highlights of all three celebrations are featured Read More...
METRO Breaks Ground on Two Light-rail Lines
A life-sized model of METRO's new train took center stage at Minute Maid Park's Union Station on Monday as officials celebrated the groundbreaking of the Southeast and North Corridors. METRO Chairman David S. Wolff emceed the grand celebration, Read More...
Another Milestone for METRO
METRO recently reached another important milestone in building its five light-rail lines. The Federal TransitAdministration (FTA) granted final approval of the Southeast Corridor Supplemental Final Environmental Statement (SFEIS) through a document called Read More...