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Proposed FY 2012-2016 Public Transportation Improvement Program

The Illinois Public Transportation program continues to have a significant impact on the transit infrastructure throughout the state of Illinois. The Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 – 2016 Proposed Public Transportation Improvement Program totals $13.538 billion, with $2.775 billion in FY 2012. The FY 2012 program provides $1.228 billion of state funds to secure an estimated $527 million of federal funds and includes $1.020 billion of local resources.

To meet the operating needs of Illinois’ transit systems, the proposed program continues to provide state assistance for operating expenses. This program also funds the reduced fare program that reimburses eligible transit systems that provide reduced fares to the elderly, students and persons with disabilities. For FY 2012, the operating portion of the Proposed Public Transportation Improvement Program totals more than $1.699 billion which is a decline in revenue.

 

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