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All Stations Accessibility Program FY24 Projects

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State Project Sponsor Project Description Funding
CA San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency will receive funding to construct platforms, wheelchair ramps, and make other accessibility improvements at five Muni light rail stops on the J- Church line and three Muni stops on the M-Ocean View line. These improvements will reduce gaps between the platform and railcar, improving accessibility for the thousands of mobility-impaired residents who are currently unable to use the system. $4,687,612
LA New Orleans Regional Transit Authority New Orleans Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to redesign and upgrade the St. Charles Streetcar route. Features of the project include completing the design and construction of ADA-compliant stops and conducting traffic studies along the historic corridor. $5,492,524
MA Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority will receive funding to upgrade station platforms at 14 stops along the Green Line's light rail B and C branches that are not accessible to riders with disabilities: Chestnut Hill, Chiswick Road, Packard's Corner, South Street, and Sutherland Road stations on the B line, and Brandon Hall, Dean Road, Englewood Avenue, Fairbanks Street, Hawes Street, Kent Street, Saint Paul Street, Summit Avenue, and Tappan Street stations on the C line. Improvements will focus on improving safety, including installing accessible platforms for level boarding. $67,609,672
MD Maryland Department of Transportation/Maryland Transit Administration The Maryland Transit Administration will receive funding to conduct engineering and design work to make the College Park MARC station on the Camden Line fully accessible. This work will allow riders to easily board and depart from the station using new 600-foot, low-level platforms. It will also add safety protections in and around the station that will directly meet the needs of passengers with disabilities. $1,395,330
NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation The New Jersey Transit Corporation will receive funding to improve accessibility at the Brick Church station on the Morris and Essex Line, which serves as a crucial rail link connecting New York Penn Station, Newark, and communities in Morris and Essex counties. Improvements to the century-old station will focus on enhancing safety, including installing accessible platforms for level boarding, adding elevators and a new public address system, and renovating a pedestrian tunnel and stairways. $83,311,809
NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority The Metropolitan Transportation Authority in New York City will receive funding to improve accessibility at the Wakefield-241st Street, Kingsbridge Road, 167th Street, 145th Street, and 110th Street stations. Modernization work will include installing elevators, updating platforms to reduce gaps, adding tactile platform edge warning strips, making stairway repairs, improving signage, and enhancing visual and audio announcement systems. $156,503,053
OH Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to rehabilitate eight stations to make the entire Blue Line accessible for people with disabilities. Station upgrades will include replacing the 40-year-old platforms with new concrete platforms with tactile warning panels, installing redesigned ramps, elevating a platform section to access trains, and improving parking stalls with curb ramps to access the stations. $16,000,000
PA Pittsburgh Regional Transit The Pittsburgh Regional Transit System will receive funding to make its Palm Garden, Dawn, Hampshire, Stevenson, Poplar, Arlington, Smith Road, Casswell, Highland and Dorchester stations along the Red Line accessible to people with disabilities. Upgrades will include replacing platforms with level boarding, installing canopies to provide shelters for the platform, designing a clear, accessible path to the upgraded platforms and installing accessible signage. $8,000,000

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