Federal Transit Administration
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) was established as a component of the DOT in 1968. The FTA works with public and private
mass transportation companies to develop improved mass transportation facilities, equipment, techniques, and methods. The administration encourages the planning and establishment of area-wide urban mass transportation systems, helps state and local governments finance such systems, and provides financial assistance to state and local governments to increase mobility for older, disabled, and economically disadvantaged persons.
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