High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Program: Track 4 - FY 2009 Appropriations Projects

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On April 16, 2009, President Obama, together with Vice President Biden and Secretary of Transportation LaHood, announced a new vision for

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developing high-speed rail in America.

They called for a collaborative effort among the Federal Government, States, railroads, and other key stakeholders to help transform America?s transportation system through a national network of high-speed rail corridors.

This notice builds on this ?Vision for High-Speed Rail? (available on FRA?s website) by detailing the application requirements and procedures for obtaining funding for high-speed rail projects under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) and the Department of Transportation Appropriations Acts of 2008 and 2009 (FY 2008/2009 DOT Appropriations Acts), while laying the foundation for a longer-term program to establish a network of high-speed rail corridors.

The evaluation and selection criteria in this notice are intended to prioritize projects that deliver transportation, economic recovery and other public benefits, including energy independence, environmental quality, and livable communities; ensure project success through effective project management, financial planning and stakeholder commitments; and emphasize a balanced approach to project types, locations, innovation, and timing.

This notice describes multiple funding paths to accommodate projects at different stages of development, while also rationalizing the variety of statutory and administrative requirements underpinning the program.

FRA recognizes the unique challenges and opportunities presented, and will seek, to the maximum extent permitted under law and administrative procedures, to work collaboratively with applicants and stakeholders throughout the process.
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Capital Assistance to States Intercity Passenger Rail Service

Department of Transportation



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High-Speed Intercity Passenger Rail (HSIPR) Program: Track 4 - FY 2009 Appropriations Projects

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Date Posted:
2009-06-26

Application Due Date:
2009-08-25

Archive Date:
2009-09-24




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