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A. Section 601 Proscribes Only Intentional Discrimination
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... On February 12, 2010, the FTA notified BART that FTA had rejected BART's "corrective action plan" for meeting BART's Title VI obligations, because "there is no way the agency can come into full compliance with Title VI" by FTA's deadline of September 30, 2010, under the ARRA.151 (The FTA's letter explained that funds not disbursed by the deadline would "lapse" and not be available for use in the Bay area) .152 According to the FTA, BART was "being realistic in admitting that the process of coming into full compliance will take considerably longer than the 8+ months that remain before the September 30 deadline."153 The letter concluded: Given the fact that the initial Title VI complaint against BART was well founded, I am not in a position to award the ARRA funds to BART while the agency remains out of compliance.

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