RTS announces multi-million dollar grant
Gainesville Regional Transit System has received a $9 million grant to improve maintenance facilities. Congresswoman Corrine Brown, Gainesville Mayor Craig Lowe and US Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff joined together this morning to announce the funding. WUFT-FM’s Samantha Kerrigan says officials at all levels of government are excited for the opportunities the grant provides.
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