Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

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TABLE 29
FY 2002 CAPITAL PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES
OVER 1 MILLION POP.

URBANIZED OR RURAL 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 $ Vans # Vans $ Wagons/Sedans # Wagons/Sedans. $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Atlanta, GA 32 $7,810,574         8 1,863,966             40 $9,674,540
Chicago, IL-IN                         5 1,795,352 5 1,795,352
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX         16 2,970,945                 16 2,970,945
Denver, CO 4 1,962,656                         4 1,962,656
Detroit, MI 38 7,292,667     1 196,000 15 1,051,357 15 459,444         69 8,999,468
Houston, TX (69) (29,739,646)         21 (19,064,353)         173 54,037,533 125 5,233,534
Kansas City, MO-KS 7 1,436,800                         7 1,436,800
Los Angeles, CA 17 6,776,361 7 1,975,400     15 1,816,188 10 666,829     5 2,446,840 54 13,681,618
Miami-Hialeah, FL             2 560,000             2 560,000
Milwaukee, WI 30 5,693,800                         30 5,693,800
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 86 18,235,729                         86 18,235,729
New York, NY-NENJ 16 10,789,979         45 4,831,103             61 15,621,082
Pittsburgh, PA     18 4,923,983 (9) (2,448,839)                 9 2,475,144
Portland-Vanc, OR-WA         1 43,366 3 126,288 1 28,352         5 198,006
Riverside-San Bernrdno, CA 2 495,157         3 595,918             5 1,091,075
San Antonio, TX 8 1,732,551                         8 1,732,551
San Francisco-Oakland, CA 6 2,475,000     2 495,015                 8 2,970,015
San Jose, CA                         3 1,009,157 3 1,009,157
Seattle, WA     4 837,472     9 648,000             13 1,485,472
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL 20 5,610,058         4 1,090,116             24 6,700,174
Washington, DC-MD-VA     25 5,198,698 5 718,778 1           11 2,970,087 42 8,887,563
SUB-TOTAL 197 $40,571,686 54 $12,935,553 16 $1,975,265 126 ($6,481,417) 26 $1,154,625 0 $0 197 $62,258,969 616 $112,414,681


200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.

URBANIZED OR RURAL 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 $ Vans # Vans $ Wagons/Sedans # Wagons/Sedans. $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Akron, OH 5 1,139,545         3 594,188             8 $1,733,733
Albuquerque, NM 1 240,000                         1 240,000
Baton Rouge, LA                 3 136,950         3 136,950
Birmingham, AL     5 1,041,196                     5 1,041,196
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 9 2,475,073                         9 2,475,073
Charlotte, NC 8 2,130,203                         8 2,130,203
Chattanooga, TN-GA     5 1,033,515                     5 1,033,515
Colorado Springs, CO                 5 199,923         5 199,923
Columbia, SC             9 485,550             9 485,550
Columbus, OH 10 760,000                         10 760,000
Dvnprt-Rck Isl-Moline, IA-IL         6 1,476,398                 6 1,476,398
Dayton, OH 5 1,207,000                         5 1,207,000
Daytona Beach, FL     2 561,676 8 2,160,904                 10 2,722,580
Durham, NC 20 4,800,000                         20 4,800,000
El Paso, TX-NM             1 180,057             1 180,057
Flint, MI     5 719,530         10 320,000         15 1,039,530
Greenville, SC     2 387,206                     2 387,206
Honolulu, HI 40 9,781,600                         40 9,781,600
Jacksonville, FL             22 990,029         10 1,463,150 32 2,453,179
Knoxville, TN     10 1,954,126 5 1,000,000                 15 2,954,126
Lansing-E. Lansing, MI                         3 1,090,000 3 1,090,000
Lexington-Fayette, KY                 1 59,200         1 59,200
Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR     3 557,111                     3 557,111
Lorain-Elyria, OH                         2 396,126 2 396,126
Louisville, KY                         9 1,872,000 9 1,872,000
Madison, WI 6 996,488                         6 996,488
Memphis, TN-AR-MS 3 534,000 5 407,999                     8 941,999
Montgomery, AL         15 2,755,000             1 133,000 16 2,888,000
Nashville, TN 8 1,831,297         4 195,000             12 2,026,297
New Haven-Meriden, CT                         3 576,000 3 576,000
Oklahoma City, OK 7 1,594,800 3 685,000     2 235,000 4 267,000         16 2,781,800
Orlando, FL 0 (500)                         0 (500)
Peoria, IL         2 400,000 3 180,000             5 580,000
Providence-Pawtucket, RI-MA 10 2,305,000         8 390,132             18 2,695,132
Reno, NV 5 1,510,044                     2 495,015 7 2,005,059
Salt Lake City, UT             6 428,188             6 428,188
Scranton-Wilkes Barre, PA                         1 220,000 1 220,000
Shreveport, LA 1 288,943                         1 288,943
Spokane, WA     3 1,371,643                     3 1,371,643
Syracuse, NY 11 3,217,592                         11 3,217,592
Tacoma, WA 6 1,875,966             9 200,326         15 2,076,292
Tucson, AZ 6 1,732,551                         6 1,732,551
Tulsa, OK     5 980,630     2 231,250             7 1,211,880
SUB-TOTAL 161 $38,419,602 48 $9,699,632 36 $7,792,302 60 $3,909,394 32 $1,183,399 0 $0 31 $6,245,291 368 $67,249,620


50,000-200,000 POP.

URBANIZED OR RURAL 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 $ Vans # Vans $ Wagons/Sedans # Wagons/Sedans. $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Appleton-Neenah, WI     10 $1,226,667                     10 $1,226,667
Bangor, ME     3 642,105                     3 642,105
Billings, MT     4 1,238,303         1 52,400         5 1,290,703
Bismarck, ND             5 600,000             5 600,000
Bloomington, IN 5 1,090,778                     1 328,000 6 1,418,778
Boise, ID                 28 1,024,333         28 1,024,333
Burlington, VT     1 164,000 2 133,712 19 803,760         1 384,000 23 1,485,472
Champaign-Urbana, IL 9 2,110,300                         9 2,110,300
Charleston, WV         8 2,000,000                 8 2,000,000
Davis, CA 1 190,000                         1 190,000
Decatur, IL                 2 128,000         2 128,000
Duluth, MN-WI                         2 406,495 2 406,495
Evansville, IN-KY         4 806,074 7 336,000             11 1,142,074
Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN             6 312,000 2 32,000         8 344,000
Gainesville, FL 3 719,939                         3 719,939
Galveston, TX         2 161,000 2 360,114             4 521,114
Grand Forks, ND-MN         1 207,500 2 95,450             3 302,950
Great Falls, MT     4 856,419                     4 856,419
Hamilton, OH             13 0             13 0
Ithaca, NY 6 1,435,200                         6 1,435,200
Johnson City, TN                         2 240,000 2 240,000
Lafayette, LA     4 813,000                     4 813,000
Lafayette-W. Lafayette, IN 11 2,055,008                         11 2,055,008
Lakeland, FL     1 269,522 3 750,000 8 523,000             12 1,542,522
Las Cruces, NM     1 229,521         1 49,800         2 279,321
Lewiston-Auburn, ME         2 217,790                 2 217,790
Missoula, MT                 9 217,680         9 217,680
Monroe, LA     4 832,000         2 80,000         6 912,000
Muncie, IN             8 30,029             8 30,029
Ocala, FL             1 224,924             1 224,924
Oshkosh, WI         6 699,429                 6 699,429
Parkersburg, WV-OH             2 120,000             2 120,000
Pittsfield, MA         10 1,732,836                 10 1,732,836
Pocatello, ID             5 255,510             5 255,510
Portland, ME     4 948,247 2 228,304                 6 1,176,551
Prtsmth-Dvr-Rchstr, ME-NH             3 214,035             3 214,035
Pueblo, CO     1 203,200                     1 203,200
Racine, WI     5 613,333                     5 613,333
Rochester, MN 3 686,609                         3 686,609
Salem, OR 4 990,029 8 1,485,472                     12 2,475,501
Santa Cruz, CA 2 736,000     3 232,000 5 168,000 17 585,822         27 1,721,822
Santa Maria, CA             8 473,139             8 473,139
Savannah, GA     36 4,174,436                     36 4,174,436
Sheboygan, WI         8 932,571                 8 932,571
Springfield, IL     5 1,328,600                     5 1,328,600
St. Cloud, MN     22 4,663,400                     22 4,663,400
State College, PA             6 792,023             6 792,023
Wausau, WI                 6 240,000         6 240,000
Wheeling, WV             2 142,000             2 142,000
Williamsport, PA     2 440,000 2 440,000                 4 880,000
SUB TOTAL 44 $10,013,863 115 $20,128,225 53 $8,541,216 102 $5,449,984 68 $2,410,035 0 $0 6 $1,358,495 388 $47,901,818


UNDER 50,000 POP. AND RURAL AREAS

URBANIZED OR RURAL 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 $ Vans # Vans $ Wagons/Sedans # Wagons/Sedans. $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
Alabama             22 814,872 36 986,320         58 $1,801,192
Alaska             6 339,199             6 339,199
Arkansas         4 544,000 14 565,261 63 1,579,536 8 133,744     89 2,822,541
Colorado 15 2,562,064 1 244,000 2 383,411 6 211,538     1 32,000 8 379,889 33 3,812,902
Idaho         3 188,009 7 613,716             10 801,725
Illinois 3 624,000     9 1,807,400 45 2,414,000 3 100,800         60 4,946,200
Iowa 7 1,406,655 3 667,320 3 237,380     45 1,885,990         58 4,197,345
Kansas                 20 642,240     1 297,009 21 939,249
Kentucky             2 64,000 109 3,680,805     1 134,644 112 3,879,449
Louisiana                 33 1,166,400         33 1,166,400
Maine         2 228,304 26 1,305,989 4 105,140     1 71,345 33 1,710,778
Maryland 15 2,867,582     3 400,800 8 386,960             26 3,655,342
Massachusetts         2 490,544                 2 490,544
Mississippi 6 518,400     3 227,820 7 431,094             16 1,177,314
Missouri                 41 1,144,359         41 1,144,359
Nevada 5 1,500,000                     1 200,000 6 1,700,000
New Hampshire     6 1,344,000     5 310,400         4 916,246 15 2,570,646
North Dakota         2 300,000 7 293,400 14 351,700 2 38,000     25 983,100
Oklahoma                 63 1,891,390     1 100,000 64 1,991,390
Oregon 1 198,063     5 666,821 12 741,102 1 49,516     2 332,000 21 1,987,502
Pennsylvania     1 366,092 2 400,000 2 230,000             5 996,092
South Carolina         1 62,300 4 166,000 138 4,165,600     1 101,492 144 4,495,392
South Dakota             32 1,280,000 4 70,400 1 14,400     37 1,364,800
Texas             19 1,174,829 45 2,246,259         64 3,421,088
Vermont         2 245,274                 2 245,274
Washington 6 1,370,747 6 1,291,246 8 1,531,408 13 912,355         2 512,000 35 5,617,756
SUB-TOTAL 58 $11,047,511 17 $3,912,658 51 $7,713,471 237 $12,254,715 619 $20,066,455 12 $218,144 22 $3,044,625 1016 $58,257,579


  40-ft Buses # 40-ft Buses $ 35 ft Buses # 35 ft Buses $ 30-ft Buses # 30-ft Buses $ <30-ft Buses # <30-ft Buses $ Vans # Vans $ Wagons/Sedans # Wagons/Sedans. $ Other # Other $ TOTAL # TOTAL $
TOTAL 460 $100,052,662 234 $46,676,068 156 $26,022,254 525 $15,132,676 745 $24,814,514 12 $218,144 256 $72,907,380 2,388 $285,823,698

NOTE:
"Other" category includes Articulated Bus, Intercity Bus, Commuter/Suburban Bus, Trolley Bus, Used Bus, and Dual Mode.
If quantity = 0, funds are supplemental to a previous purchase.
Dollar total does not match Bus Purchase total in Table 25 because this table (Table 29) includes Fixed Guideway and New Start funds used to purchase vehicles.

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