Peoria City Council approves agreement for transit services

Posted 7/2/20

Peoria City Council approved an agreement with the City of Phoenix to provide federal funds in the amount of $485,926 for operating expenses for the city’s transit services.

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Peoria City Council approves agreement for transit services

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Peoria City Council approved an agreement with the City of Phoenix to provide federal funds in the amount of $485,926 for operating expenses for the city’s transit services.

Peoria is eligible to receive reimbursement from the Federal Transit Administration grant program by way of a pass through agreement with the City of Phoenix, which is the regional recipient for grant funds that allocates federal funds to Peoria projects. The grant is part of the CARES Act and provides funds to reimburse the city for expenses for Dial-A-Ride and ADA service directly provided by Peoria Transit after January 20, 2020.  There is no match required for this grant.

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