Bose: FRA to solicit input on new infrastructure law’s rail funding programs

Among the new programs under the federal infrastructure law is the Railroad Grade-Crossing Elimination Grant program, which is funded at $5.5 billion over five years. The program will be aimed at increasing grade-crossing safety and eliminating known high-risk crossings. Antho B /

The Federal Railroad Administration will hold listening and educational sessions in first-quarter 2022 on the potential impact of the unprecedented level of money designated for the U.S. rail network under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, the agency announced last month.


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