National Totals by Category and Population Group

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TABLE 25
FY 2002 OBLIGATIONS FOR CAPITAL PROGRAM
BY POPULATION GROUP

CATEGORY 34 URBANIZED AREAS OVER 1,000,000 POPULATION 91 URBANIZED AREAS 200,000 - 1,000,000 283 URBANIZED AREAS 50,000 - 200,000 URB. AREAS UNDER 50,000 & RURAL TOTAL Percent of Total
BUS MAINTENANCE FACILITY 10,975,134 4,457,358 11,580,517 13,436,205 40,449,214 1.4
BUS SUB-TOTAL $205,197,703 $134,525,129 $131,060,599 $112,208,395 $582,991,826 20.5
FIXED GUIDEWAY MOD 1,055,945,969 27,527,879 0 0 1,083,473,848 38.0
NEW STARTS 1,090,514,227 80,580,871 11,467,855 0 1,182,562,953 41.5
TOTAL $2,351,657,899 $242,633,879 $142,528,454 $112,208,395 $2,849,028,627 100.0
Percent of Total 82.5 8.5 5.0 3.9 100.0  


BUS PURCHASES BY TYPE:
  # % $
40-FT BUS 460 19.3 $100,052,662
35-FT BUS 234 9.8 46,676,068
30-FT BUS 156 6.5 26,022,254
<30-FT BUS 525 22.0 15,132,676
ARTICULATED BUS 52 2.2 17,111,163
TROLLEY BUS 34 1.4 5,556,150
USED BUS 2 0.1 133,000
DUAL MODE BUS 9 0.4 1,872,000
COMMUTER BUS 156 6.5 47,356,052
VAN 745 31.2 24,814,514
SEDAN/STATION WAGON 12 0.5 218,144
INTERCITY BUS 3 0.1 879,015
FERRY BOAT 0 0.0 0
OTHER 0 0.0 0
TOTAL 2,388 100.0 $285,823,698
Percentage of Obligations, by Category
NS 42%, Bus 20%, FG 38%


BUS PURCHASES BY POPULATION GROUP:
  # $
OVER 1 MILLION 616 $112,414,681
200,000 - 1 MILLION 368 67,249,620
50,000 - 200,000 388 47,901,818
UNDER 50,000 1,016 58,257,579
TOTAL 2,388 $285,823,698
Percentage of Vehicles, by Population Group Lg. 26%, Med. 15%, Sm. 16%, Rur. 43%

NOTE:
New Start funds used for bus purchases in Houston, TX --- 21 <30' (-$19,064,353); -69 40' (-$29,739,646); 36 articulated ($10,607,814); 137 commuter ($43,429,719).
Fixed Guideway funds used for 40' bus purchases --- Denver, CO (4, $1,962,656); Honolulu, HI (11, $2,745,600); Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN (30, $6,471,806); Madision, WI (3, $756,488).
These amounts account for the difference between Bus Purchases ($268,653,614) and Bus Purchases by Type ($285,823,698).
(Negative numbers can occur as a result of budget revisions.)

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