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Urban Issues: Mass Transit

by Gotham Gazette Staff, Jul 26, 2004

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George W. Bush

In 2002, President Bush guaranteed an increase in the Department of Transportation budget, with $486 million earmarked for expansion projects in mass transit. The Bush administration provided Amtrak with $521 million to continue operating.

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In December 2003, the Department of Transportation announced $2.85 billion in grants to build a new PATH terminal, connect 12 subway lines in a new Fulton Street subway station, and replace the South Ferry subway terminal in lower Manhattan.

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John Kerry

Kerry supports giving cities options on how they spend federal transportation money, including projects for light rail, streetcars, and redesigning streets and sidewalks. (Learn more)

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