Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

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TABLE 19
FY 2002 URBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES OVER 1 MILLION POP.

URBANIZED AREA 40-ft Buses # 40-ft Buses $ 35 ft Buses # 35 ft Buses $ 30-ft Buses # 30-ft Buses $ <30-ft Buses # <30-ft Buses $ Articulated Bus # Articulated Bus $ Van/Sta. Wgn. # Van/Sta. Wgn. $ Trolley Bus # Trolley Bus $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Atlanta, GA 18 $4,654,039     17 $4,020,961         10 $357,600     6 $1,575,000 51 $10,607,600
Baltimore, MD 50 13,680,000                             50 13,680,000
Boston, MA 0 19,455,896                 3 115,000     24 4,000,000 27 23,570,896
Chicago, IL-IN (IL) 7 1,654,400         28 1,400,000     140 4,500,000         175 7,554,400
Chicago, IL-IN (IN)     10 2,001,372 4 880,000         4 (518,376)         18 2,362,996
Cincinnati, OH-KY             7 1,460,000                 7 1,460,000
Cleveland, OH 69 16,452,466     4 800,000         23 1,012,842         96 18,265,308
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX     22 5,198,922 8 1,776,078 8 476,000                 38 7,451,000
Denver, CO 2 684,000                             2 684,000
Detroit, MI     20 4,000,000 3 541,999 17 931,688                 40 5,473,687
Ft. Laud-Hllywd-Pmp Bch, FL 30 9,000,000         5 300,000                 35 9,300,000
Houston, TX                             14 4,271,524 14 4,271,524
Kansas City, MO-KS                     15 278,620         15 278,620
Los Angeles, CA 308 71,920,940 2 509,500 21 3,989,000 34 2,194,147 108 68,670,134 6 1,153,502         479 148,437,223
Miami-Hialeah, FL (6) 0                             (6) 0
Milwaukee, WI 20 3,984,000 3 636,712             12 287,200         35 4,907,912
New Orleans, LA                     35 823,000         35 823,000
New York, NY-NENJ (NJ) 99 13,472,260                             99 13,472,260
New York, NY-NENJ (NY) 212 60,289,986         2 373,500 3 1,200,000 32 2,280,000     17 5,264,000 266 69,407,486
Norfolk-VA Bch-Nwpt Nws, VA 15 3,280,000 4 896,000 6 1,274,400         27 999,360         52 6,449,760
Philadelphia, PA-NJ 131 30,041,998                             131 30,041,998
Phoenix, AZ 37 10,182,570         60 4,357,944     150 3,310,000     6 2,343,960 253 20,194,474
Pittsburgh, PA     22 5,740,208     2 283,781     14 410,400     2 720,000 40 7,154,389
Portland, OR-WA 51 12,213,020                             51 12,213,020
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA 79 9,755,539         3 447,132     9 472,400         91 10,675,071
Sacramento, CA 63 18,792,033                             63 18,792,033
San Antonio, TX 18 4,186,820                             18 4,186,820
San Diego, CA     30 804,340             12 696,000         42 1,500,340
San Francisco-Oakland, CA 132 44,058,812 13 3,815,957 20 3,133,573 3 167,385 23 11,264,650 31 1,622,155 22 14,929,305 2 5,879,000 246 84,870,837
Seattle, WA 7 5,596,069         33 1,999,900 0 659,031 50 990,315         90 9,245,315
St. Louis, MO-IL 30 7,427,405                 38 2,253,067         68 9,680,472
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL         5 561,000         14 540,000         19 1,101,000
Washington, DC-MD-VA 93 25,151,727                             93 25,151,727
SUB-TOTAL 1,465 $385,933,980 126 $23,603,011 88 $16,977,011 202 $14,391,477 134 $81,793,815 625 $21,583,085 22 $14,929,305 71 $24,053,484 2,733 $583,265,168


200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.

URBANIZED AREA 40-ft Buses # 40-ft Buses $ 35 ft Buses # 35 ft Buses $ 30-ft Buses # 30-ft Buses $ <30-ft Buses # <30-ft Buses $ Articulated Bus # Articulated Bus $ Van/Sta. Wgn. # Van/Sta. Wgn. $ Trolley Bus # Trolley Bus $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Akron, OH 8 2,375,000         7 $441,000                 15 $2,816,000
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY             7 408,000                 7 408,000
Albuquerque, NM 20 4,800,000             5 1,800,000 33 2,640,000         58 9,240,000
Allntn-Bthlm-Estn, PA-NJ 7 364,740 5 50,000             20 832,000         32 1,246,740
Ann Arbor, MI 2 512,000     8 2,048,000                     10 2,560,000
Augusta, GA-SC             1 56,000                 1 56,000
Baton Rouge, LA     1 207,500                         1 207,500
Birmingham, AL             4 195,200         1 252,800     5 448,000
Bridgeport-Milford, CT             14 687,200     2 100,000         16 787,200
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 20 4,908,000                 4 52,000         24 4,960,000
Canton, OH         5 1,000,000 6 326,400                 11 1,326,400
Charleston, SC             5 250,000                 5 250,000
Charlotte, NC 29 4,322,682         34 1,237,837     21 403,200     21 451,191 105 6,414,910
Chattanooga, TN-GA     2 448,000             4 165,897         6 613,897
Colorado Springs, CO 2 462,483 2 451,757             1 59,480         5 973,720
Columbia, SC             8 352,000                 8 352,000
Columbus, GA-AL     1 222,560     1 152,000                 2 374,560
Columbus, OH 7 1,540,000                 12 405,600         19 1,945,600
Dvnprt-Rck Isl-Moline, IA-IL     7 1,624,000 4 896,000 1 112,050                 12 2,632,050
Dayton, OH 18 4,221,000         8 1,280,000                 26 5,501,000
Daytona Beach, FL     1 298,274     2 130,692     5 133,000         8 561,966
Des Moines, IA 2 511,800     7 929,600         23 427,872         32 1,869,272
Durham, NC 12 2,880,000 0 56,407             7 164,907         19 3,101,314
Fort Wayne, IN             5 240,000                 5 240,000
Fresno, CA 20 5,311,977                             20 5,311,977
Grand Rapids, MI 7 1,680,000                 27 864,928         34 2,544,928
Greenville, SC     1 133,083                         1 133,083
Harrisburg, PA             2 330,000                 2 330,000
Hartford-Middletown, CT 1 294,493         26 960,000                 27 1,254,493
Honolulu, HI 8 1,890,733                             8 1,890,733
Indianapolis, IN 13 2,588,000                 5 120,000         18 2,708,000
Jacksonville, FL 2 537,783                         33 1,173,333 35 1,711,116
Knoxville, TN             2 107,900         2 345,280     4 453,180
Lansing-E. Lansing, MI 5 1,141,521         3 149,600                 8 1,291,121
Las Vegas, NV             22 3,496,000 (22) (4,610,883)             0 (1,114,883)
Lawrence-Haverhill, MA-NH     11 2,280,000                     2 600,000 13 2,880,000
Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR 5 1,116,033 1 298,800             3 165,590         9 1,580,423
Lorain-Elyria, OH             6 264,000                 6 264,000
Louisville, KY-IN 18 4,003,754                             18 4,003,754
Madison, WI 3 600,000                             3 600,000
Melbourne-Palm Bay, FL         3 660,000             1 250,000     4 910,000
Memphis, TN-AR-MS 17 3,826,000     15 1,320,000                     32 5,146,000
Mobile, AL         4 864,000         3 140,000 4 400,000     11 1,404,000
Nashville, TN 4 104,000                 3 48,000         7 152,000
New Haven-Meriden, CT             46 1,735,200                 46 1,735,200
Ogden, UT                     5 114,165         5 114,165
Oklahoma City, OK 3 697,200 4 889,760 4 863,200         6 338,640 4 905,000     21 3,693,800
Omaha, NE-IA             2 88,000                 2 88,000
Orlando, FL 17 4,698,418                             17 4,698,418
Oxnard-Ventura, CA 2 649,000                         3 177,000 5 826,000
Pensacola, FL                     12 494,200         12 494,200
Providence-Pawtucket, RI-MA 6 1,268,824     7 1,603,176 5 240,000     24 1,232,000         42 4,344,000
Provo-Orem, UT                     4 91,335         4 91,335
Raleigh, NC 12 3,064,360                             12 3,064,360
Reno, NV 2 627,000                 26 2,236,300         28 2,863,300
Richmond, VA 19 4,394,200                             19 4,394,200
Rochester, NY 14 3,303,512                     4 1,157,688 13 3,623,092 31 8,084,292
Salt Lake City, UT             24 1,260,641     15 342,500         39 1,603,141
Sarasota-Bradenton, FL     3 850,000 6 1,600,000 7 655,932                 16 3,105,932
Shreveport, LA 7 1,568,700                             7 1,568,700
South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI     5 1,250,000             2 90,400         7 1,340,400
Spokane, WA 4 1,024,000 5 1,300,000 8 1,900,000     6 1,576,000 55 2,683,200         78 8,483,200
Springfield, MA-CT 1 407,066                 30 400,000         31 807,066
Stockton, CA 2 960,000                     3 902,000 12 4,455,200 17 6,317,200
Tacoma, WA 3 882,300                 99 4,922,863         102 5,805,163
Trenton, NJ-PA 3 335,297                             3 335,297
Tucson, AZ 7 2,089,041                 32 1,620,000         39 3,709,041
Tulsa, OK     2 505,120                         2 505,120
Wichita, KS                     9 360,000 2 435,120     11 795,120
Worcester, MA-CT 0 2,441                 11 337,180         11 339,621
SUB-TOTAL 332 $75,963,358 51 $10,865,261 71 $13,683,976 248 $15,155,652 -11 ($1,234,883) 503 $21,985,257 21 $4,647,888 84 $10,479,816 1,299 $151,546,325


LESS THAN 200,000 POP.

URBANIZED AREA 40-ft Buses # 40-ft Buses $ 35 ft Buses # 35 ft Buses $ 30-ft Buses # 30-ft Buses $ <30-ft Buses # <30-ft Buses $ Articulated Bus # Articulated Bus $ Van/Sta. Wgn. # Van/Sta. Wgn. $ Trolley Bus # Trolley Bus $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Alabama             10 $557,260     4 $122,265 4 $144,000     18 $823,525
Arizona         3 576,000         1 43,990         4 619,990
Arkansas         1 148,948                     1 148,948
California 26 8,051,660 19 4,809,516     21 1,669,933     13 820,400     11 929,455 90 16,280,964
Connecticut 48 11,060,000 21 5,160,160 5 988,000 14 670,700                 88 17,878,860
Florida     2 495,000 1 272,112 18 1,331,269     17 937,318 2 320,000     40 3,355,699
Georgia     3 316,110 2 400,000 11 447,432     2 41,254 2 39,964     20 1,244,760
Hawaii 22 5,597,467                             22 5,597,467
Idaho             0 (55,261)                 0 (55,261)
Illinois 14 3,248,000     9 1,800,000                     23 5,048,000
Indiana         2 400,000 11 523,016     7 115,000         20 1,038,016
Iowa         2 273,815 2 83,000             4 44,800 8 401,615
Kentucky             1 176,000                 1 176,000
Maine         2 200,000 2 115,200                 4 315,200
Maryland 35 8,459,000     2 549,133 7 425,600     1 32,000         45 9,465,733
Massachusetts         2 176,000         2 144,000         4 320,000
Michigan     3 696,000     20 1,594,170     2 60,000 1 144,000     26 2,494,170
Minnesota 0 101,652 10 2,400,000                     8 2,114,971 18 4,616,623
Mississippi             3 261,000     1 30,000         4 291,000
Missouri                     3 84,000         3 84,000
Montana             1 56,000                 1 56,000
Nebraska     5 1,726,400             4 156,870         9 1,883,270
New Hampshire     1 236,000     1 140,000             4 40,000 6 416,000
New Jersey             3 165,000                 3 165,000
New Mexico                     5 249,400         5 249,400
New York     2 440,000     6 244,800                 8 684,800
North Carolina     16 3,589,116 12 3,424,000 6 333,837     6 163,600         40 7,510,553
North Dakota             3 148,000                 3 148,000
Ohio 37 1,717,342     0 37,134 10 394,500     2 124,500         49 2,273,476
Oregon                             5 76,800 5 76,800
Pennsylvania     4 648,753 0 (289,153) 3 165,000             2 416,000 9 940,600
Puerto Rico             1 104,000     1 40,000 1 136,000     3 280,000
South Carolina     1 8,575 3 25,726 2 96,000     3 109,560 4 34,301 2 322,090 15 596,252
South Dakota             4 192,940                 4 192,940
Texas 3 773,126 2 601,874 1 86,360 22 2,050,697     11 661,000         39 4,173,057
Utah                     1 39,840         1 39,840
Vermont             0 11,056     2 67,432         2 78,488
Virginia     1 172,656     5 357,680         1 234,664     7 765,000
Washington     6 1,303,876     37 3,676,108     27 697,399         70 5,677,383
West Virginia                     4 144,000         4 144,000
Wisconsin     3 620,000             5 105,636         8 725,636
Wyoming             2 83,200     2 89,600         4 172,800
SUB TOTAL 185 $39,008,247 99 $23,224,036 47 $9,068,075 226 $16,018,137 0 $0 126 $5,079,064 15 $1,052,929 36 $3,944,116 734 $97,394,604


  40-ft Buses # 40-ft Buses $ 35 ft Buses # 35 ft Buses $ 30-ft Buses # 30-ft Buses $ <30-ft Buses # <30-ft Buses $ Articulated Bus # Articulated Bus $ Van/Sta. Wgn. # Van/Sta. Wgn. $ Trolley Bus # Trolley Bus $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
TOTAL 1,982 $500,905,585 276 $57,692,308 206 $39,729,062 676 $45,565,266 123 $80,558,932 1,254 $48,647,406 58 $20,630,122 191 $38,477,416 4,766 $832,206,097

NOTE:
"Other" category includes dual mode bus, ferry, commuter bus, intercity bus, and used bus. If quantity = 0, funds are supplemental to a previous purchase.
A negative obligation indicates that a budget amendment to previously obligated funds shifted the commitment of funds out of one category (I.e. the negative balance) to another category.

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