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GAO: TSA Risking Passengers by Failing to Engage Fully with Stakeholders

A Government Accountability Office review has found that the Transportation Security Administration may be risking rail passenger safety by failing to engage with other surface transportation stakeholders.

Secretary Chao Announces $25 Billion in CARES Act Funding for Public Transportation Systems

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration has announced a total of $25 billion in Federal funding allocations to help U.S. public transportation systems respond to COVID-19.

Inspectors General Appointed to COVID-19 Response Oversight Committee

On April 1, additional Inspectors General were appointed to join the committee coordinating oversight of federal funds used for coronavirus response.

MTA to Provide 75,000 PPE Masks for Workforce

Medical guidance continues to be that masks are not recommended as protection against COVID-19, however, masks will be made available to employees who choose to wear them.

Orlando Airport to Screen New York Arrivals

Following an executive order by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, all passengers arriving at Orlando International Airport from the Greater New York area will be screened by health officials upon arrival.

OIG Finds No Fraud in Secret Service Expenses at Trump Turnberry Resort

Members of Congress asked the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General to audit the expenses incurred by the Secret Service for President Trump’s visit to the Trump Turnberry Resort in Scotland from July 14 to 15, 2018. 

Coaliton of US Transit Agencies Demand at Least $25B in Federal Aid as Congress Debates Relief Package

A coalition of U.S. transit agencies issued a letter to Congressional leaders urgently requesting the federal relief package includes at least $25B of dedicated support.

Metrobus Implements Boarding and Fare Changes Due to COVID-19

While emphasizing that bus service is limited to essential trips only, the Washington Metro is taking additional action to enhance the safety of its frontline workforce.
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