The Federal Transit Administration, formerly known as the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA), is part of the U.S. Department of Transportation and is responsible for administering all federal-aid public transportation funds and programs.
The agency of the United States Department of Transportation with jurisdiction over transit. Formerly the Urban Transit Administration.
A Federal agency that approves and oversees transit projects using federal funds.
U.S. Department of Transportation agency that provides financial and planning assistance to help plan, build and operate rail, bus and paratransit systems. The agency also assists in the development of local and regional traffic reduction programs.
The federal agency responsible for approval of public transportation projects. The FTA also helps cities and communities nationwide to provide improved mobility to their citizens. Through its grant programs, FTA provides financial and planning assistance to help plan, build, & operate rail, bus and paratransit systems. The agency also assists in the development of local & regional traffic reduction.
The Federal Transit Administration's (FTA) mission is to improve public transportation for America's communities. FTA administers a national program of capital and operating assistance by managing financial and technical resources and by directing program implementation through the Regional Offices. Along with partners in the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the FTA Office of Planning administers a national program of planning assistance that provides funding, guidance, and technical support to state and local transportation agencies.
Agency within the U.S. Department of Transportation charged with carrying out the federal transit program. Formerly the Urban Mass Transit Administration (UMTA).
An agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation that funds transit planning and programs.
An agency of the United States Department of Transportation that funds transit planning and programs.
A component of the U.S. Department of Transportation tasked with administering the federal transit program.
(FTA): The Federal agency responsible for administering billions of dollars worth of financial assistance to the transit industry each year. FTA administers programs under the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century that provide Federal financial assistance to grant recipients, such as states, local transit systems and planning agencies, for the development of efficient and coordinated mass transit systems throughout the nation.
Formerly known as the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA); FTA is the agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation which administers the federal program of financial assistance to public transit.
The FTA is the agency of the USDOT that administers the federal program of financial assistance to public transit.
The FTA funds the development of mass transportation systems such as subway and bus systems.
a branch of the United States Department of Transportation that is the principal source of federal financial assistance to America's communities for the planning, development, and improvement of public or mass transportation systems. FTA provides leadership, technical assistance, and financial resources for safe, technologically advanced public transportation to enhance mobility and accessibility, to improve the nation's communities and natural environment, and to strengthen the national economy. The FTA is headquartered in Washington, DC, with regional offices in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Kansas City, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Seattle.
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) within the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) provides financial and technical assistance to the local public transit systems. FTA is one of eleven modal administrations within the DOT.