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Paul Burton

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Harrisburg, Pa., Balances Budget
October 29, 2014 Harrisburg, Pa., has a balanced budget after City Council members passed a resolution to add savings from a months-long hiring...

New York MTA: Keep Fare Hikes to 4%
October 29, 2014 New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority will look to keep biennial fare increases to the 4% inflation rate, said...

Former MTA Chief Walder to Run Citi Bike Firm
October 29, 2014 Jay Walder, a former chairman and chief executive of New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, was named chief...

Harrisburg, Pa., Petitions to Incorporate Development Nonprofit
October 28, 2014 Harrisburg has petitioned a Pennsylvania court to incorporate a nonprofit that will focus on long-term economic development...

NTSB: Metro-North Safety Management Poor
October 28, 2014 Ineffective safety management was common to five Metro-North Railroad accidents over 11 months, including a train collision...

Philadelphia Analysts to Hear Ciccarone, Investortools
October 28, 2014 Richard Ciccarone of Merritt Research and Tim Hadley and James Morris from Investortools will speak at the Nov. 4 meeting of...

New York City TFA Plans $850M Sale
October 27, 2014 New York City's Transitional Finance Authority plans to sell $850 million of future tax-secured subordinate bonds.

MTA Sees Advantage in Floaters
October 27, 2014 Floating-rate notes enable New York's MTA to take advantage of the short part of the yield curve, finance director Patrick...

New York MTA: Is Governance the Real Problem?
October 24, 2014 As New York MTA scurries to fund its capital plan, transit advocates debate whether governance is a funding and planning...

Green Infrastructure Plan in the Works for Harrisburg, Pa.
October 23, 2014 Capital Region Water received a $125,000 grant to develop a green stormwater infrastructure plan for Harrisburg, Pa., from a...


Americans are suffering the consequences of Congress, governors and legislators across the U.S. pushing the burden of today's costs onto the backs of tomorrow's taxpayers by repeatedly putting off infrastructure repairs and new construction.

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