Clinton funding plan boost for 11 US cities

FUNDING approval is being sought for urban rail projects in 11 US cities under the federal budget for fiscal 2001. A total of $6·3bn has been allocated to public transport, an increase of 9% on the current year but less than the $7·3bn previously authorised under the TEA-21 legislation.

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