Bay Area transit agencies to get funds from federal coronavirus relief package

ByKrisann Chasarik KGO logo
Thursday, January 28, 2021
Federal funds for Bay Area public transit
BART will receive more than $100 million in federal coronavirus relief funding following the Metropolitan Transportation Commission's first allocation of funding for transit.

SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Bay Area transit agencies are getting a cash infusion from a federal coronavirus relief package.

The Bay Area's Metropolitan Transportation Commission announced Wednesday that BART will get more than $103 million.

Muni is getting nearly $44 million.

$20 million is going to the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District.

And, Caltrain is getting $6.9 million.

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