Janesville gets $800K in federal money to improve city bus fleet

(Source: The City of Janesville).
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JANESVILLE, Wis. (WMTV) - The City of Janesville received $800,000 in federal grants to upgrade its fleet of buses, the city announced Nov. 21.

The money comes from a U.S. Department of Transportation program that helps cities buy and fix their fleets.

Representative Bryan Steil said in a release last Thursday:

“DOT’s investment in Janesville improves our public infrastructure. This money will provide Janesville residents with enhanced public transportation options. Thanks to City Manager Mark Freitag for his efforts to make Janesville a competitive city to receive these funds.”