FY 2010 High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Program - Planning Grants

As one of President Obama's foremost transportation priorities, the High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Program is intended to help address the nation's transportation challenges by investing in an efficient network of high-speed and intercity passenger rail corridors that connect communities

across America.

On January 28, 2010 President Obama announced the first selections for the HSIPR Program.

This notice builds on the program framework established by FRA in the June 23, 2009 interim program guidance (74 Fed.


29900), and details the application requirements and procedures for obtaining funding for high-speed rail planning activities under the Department of Transportation Appropriations Act of 2010 (FY 2010 DOT Appropriations Act).

This solicitation is only applicable to the planning funds available under the FY 2010 appropriation.
Agency: DOT/Federal Railroad Administration


Estimated Funding: $147,000

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FY 2010 High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Program - Planning Grants

Additional Information of Eligibility:
- Group of States: A group of two or more States in which an agreement has been established to work in coordination to build and operate rail projects within specified boundaries and within the duration of agreement.

- Interstate Compact: An entity created through an agreement between two or more States.

- Public agencies established by one or more States and having responsibility for providing intercity passenger rail service or high-speed passenger rail service: A publicly owned not-for-profit agency created and authorized under State law and responsible for providing intercity passenger rail service (under PRIIA Section 301) or high-speed rail service (under PRIIA Section 501).

- Amtrak: The National Railroad Passenger Corporation undertaking a project authorized under PRIIA Section 501 - Amtrak, in cooperation with States: The National Railroad Passenger Corporation undertaking a project subject to an agreement with one or more States (as defined above) (under PRIIA Sections 301 or 302).

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