TRB's National Cooperative Rail Research Program (NCRRP) Web Only Document 4: Inventory of State and Federal Passenger and Freight Rail Programs explores rail funding trends and objectives, a program taxonomy, an inventory of federal and state programs, and case studies to highlight rail funding innovation in practice.
The Matrix of Rail Programs includes information about 379 state and federal, passenger and freight rail programs. The matrix allows users to compare programs by state or by defining characteristics, including funding types, project types, applicant eligibility, funding objectives, and primary program elements.
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Table of Contents
|Rail Funding Trends and Objectives||3-9|
|Appalachian Regional Rail Project||17-23|
|Port of Miami Rail Project||24-29|
|Denver RTD Commuter Rail Project||30-36|
|Port MacKenzie Rail Extension||37-42|
|Federal Rail Funding Programs||51-112|
|State Rail Funding Programs||113-164|
|Appendix 1 AASHTO SCORT 2013 Project Introduction||165-165|
|Appendix 2 TRB 2014 Taxonomy Workshop||166-170|
|Appendix 3 AASHTO 2014 Innovation Workshop||171-172|
|Appendix 4 State Transportation Innitiatives||173-173|
|Appendix 5 Case Study Candidates||174-176|
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