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List of projects that will share $14.2m for public transportation in New York

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | February 4, 2020
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $14.2 million has been awarded to 13 counties, cities and regional authorities to modernize and enhance municipally sponsored public transportation services.
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Empire State   The projects announced today were selected through a competitive process
This State funded initiative, which is part of a larger $435 million five year commitment to upstate and downstate suburban services, will enhance consumer convenience through the modernization of bus shelters; deployment of new contactless fare collection systems; and procurement of new, accessible clean-fuel vehicles.

Topics: Transport New York

The projects announced today were selected through a competitive solicitation process, which incorporated criteria developed as part of the Governor's initiative to advance Health Across all Policies in New York State.

Health Across all Policies is a collaborative approach that integrates health considerations into policymaking across all sectors to improve community health and wellness.

A complete list of the 13 projects receiving funding is below:

Southern Tier

$1.5 million to Broome County toward the procurement of a chip-enabled contactless fare collection system.

$1.5 million to Chautauqua County toward the procurement of clean-fuel hybrid trolleys and associated equipment.

$405,000 to Tompkins County toward the procurement a clean fuel electric bus.

North Country

$980,078 to Lewis County toward the procurement of new clean-fuel buses and related equipment.

$300,000 to Franklin County toward the procurement of new clean-fuel buses and related equipment.

$1.5 million to St. Lawrence County toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment.

$120,000 to Clinton County to replace and modernize bus passenger shelters.

Long Island

$1.5 million to Nassau County toward the procurement of a smart ticketing contactless fare collection system.

Mohawk Valley

$135,000 to the City of Gloversville toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment.

$149,500 to Schoharie County toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment.

Hudson Valley

$3 million Westchester County toward the procurement of clean fuel hybrid electric buses.



$136,000 to Ulster County toward the procurement of clean fuel electric vehicles. Western New York

$3 million to the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority toward enhancements to the Metro Rail customer information and communication systems.


 

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