​​State Tool Kit – State Supported Corridors 
 
  
 
The 209 Issue BriefIntercity Passenger Rail Service: Establishing Standard Pricing Policies (Annual Operating Costs and Capital Charges)
  
 
Surface Transportation Board rules that Amtrak methodology to allocate costs with states was reasonable.
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In accordance with the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act of 2008 (PRIIA), Amtrak and various states have adopted a methodology to establish and allocate costs for state-supported Amtrak routes.  Affected states, other than Indiana, have adopted the methodology.  The Board finds that the methodology complies with PRIIA.

SURFACE TRANSPORTATION BOARD DECISION DOCUMENT

APT Cost Methodology Workbook:  Source FRA

http://www.highspeed-rail.org/Documents/APT%20missing%20pages.pdf

PRIAA Section 209 State Working Group Matrix

PRIAA Section 209 State Working Group December 1-2, 2010 Meeting Summary

Funding Strategies for State Sponsored Intercity and High Speed Passenger Rail  - PDF from Virginia

Chicago National Meeting - August 17, 2010

Section 209 - Amtrak Presentation

Questions from States - Q&A (Amtrak)

June 10th Cover Letter

Issue Brief

FAQs

Regional Meetings - PRIIA 209

May 10th - 11th:  Portsmouth, NH

Chicago National Meeting - April 20-21

Agenda

History-Statutes

APT

APT Capital Charges

Policy Detail

Attendees

PRIIA Section 209: State Supported Corridors​


AGENDA for April 20-21, 2010 Meeting in Chicago, IL - Gleacher Center
PRIIA 209 Policy Final Version 083111.pdfPRIIA 209 Policy Final Version 083111.pdfS209 Issue Brief 061011.pdfS209 Issue Brief 061011.pdf