Section 5307 - Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

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TABLE 19
FY 2000 URBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES
 
 
URBANIZED 35-40-ft Buses   30-ft Buses   <30-ft Buses   Articulated Bus   Van/Sta. Wgn.   Trolley Bus   Other   TOTAL  
AREA # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $
 
 
OVER 1 MILLION POP.
 
Atlanta, GA 84 $21,624,176 42 $11,917,024 7 392,000     32 $1,584,000     17 5,050,000 182 $40,567,200
Baltimore, MD 43 10,859,524     3 245,000                 46 11,104,524
Boston, MA             27 15,760,000     28 21,463,920     55 37,223,920
Chicago, IL-IN (IL) 83 15,651,691     44 2,009,704 66 24,767,955 108 3,295,800     0 526,400 301 46,251,550
Chicago, IL-IN (IN) 4 708,750 2 450,000 2 80,000     23 873,265         31 2,112,015
Cincinnati, OH-KY (OH) 6 1,281,600     6 240,000                 12 1,521,600
Cleveland, OH 38 9,457,046     39 7,020,000     15 523,696         92 17,000,742
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX 236 58,634,810     105 14,966,431     3 115,870         344 73,717,111
Denver, CO     14 2,770,000                 0 (235,480) 14 2,534,520
Detroit, MI 10 2,088,344     74 3,347,357     27 863,490 1 265,834     112 6,565,025
Ft. Laud-Hllywd-Pmp Bch, FL 20 5,780,220     11 1,450,000                 31 7,230,220
Houston, TX 169 33,882,405             18 1,494,000         187 35,376,405
Kansas City, MO-KS (MO) 0 155,014     2 306,000                 2 461,014
Los Angeles, CA 929 301,467,576 6 1,273,669 20 1,228,002     19 968,653     3 1,021,720 977 305,959,620
Miami-Hialeah, FL 34 9,871,000 14 1,500,000                     48 11,371,000
Milwaukee, WI 50 500,000                 10 168,000     60 668,000
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 96 19,699,755     25 1,723,000                 121 21,422,755
New Orleans, LA 5 1,120,500             26 1,090,000         31 2,210,500
New York, NY-NENJ (NY) 129 36,355,706 4 635,888 7 977,314 10 3,920,000 20 987,200         170 42,876,108
Norfolk-VA Bch-Nwpt Nws, VA 28 5,531,804     8 800,000     10 393,280         46 6,725,084
Philadelphia, PA-NJ (PA) 53 11,752,742         49 16,116,038             102 27,868,780
Phoenix, AZ 25 7,186,881 28 6,990,060 46 2,239,730     28 875,000         127 17,291,671
Pittsburgh, PA 5 1,025,423 6 1,620,000         1 52,000     1 104,000 13 2,801,423
Portland, OR-WA (OR) 40 10,428,098                         40 10,428,098
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA 29 8,947,154     20 1,356,384     58 2,934,046         107 13,237,584
Sacramento, CA         47 2,322,724                 47 2,322,724
San Antonio, TX 80 16,340,896                         80 16,340,896
San Diego, CA 131 33,654,345         12 4,200,000 131 5,392,000         274 43,246,345
San Francisco-Oakland, CA 142 41,921,284 10 2,580,200 3 120,000     54 2,784,120 28 18,610,222     237 66,015,826
San Jose, CA 61 16,138,138         24 11,176,000             85 27,314,138
San Juan, PR         5 797,600     2 100,000 1 152,000     8 1,049,600
Seattle, WA 38 9,802,376         4 1,594,000             42 11,396,376
St. Louis, MO-IL (MO) 108 24,006,844 24 4,449,164         27 1,500,389         159 29,956,397
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL 8 2,275,000 2 363,000         10 358,638         20 2,996,638
Washington, DC-MD-VA (DC) 52 13,482,666                         52 13,482,666
 
SUB-TOTAL 2,736 $731,631,768 152 $34,549,005 474 $41,621,246 192 $77,533,993 612 $26,185,447 68 $40,659,976 21 $6,466,640 4,255 $958,648,075
 
200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.                                
 
Akron, OH 5 1,105,000     17 $1,108,370                 22 $2,213,370
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY 10 1,920,000                         10 1,920,000
Albuquerque, NM     21 5,350,000         10 400,000         31 5,750,000
Allntn-Bthlm-Estn, PA-NJ 10 1,560,000             20 712,245         30 2,272,245
Anchorage, AK                 7 300,000         7 300,000
Ann Arbor, MI 2 440,000     3 528,000                 5 968,000
Augusta, GA-SC (GA)         1 60,000                 1 60,000
Austin, TX 57 12,226,226                         57 12,226,226
Bakersfield, CA 17 5,908,675                         17 5,908,675
Bridgeport-Milford, CT         5 992,000     3 119,200         8 1,111,200
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 34 7,068,090     2 200,000     7 261,600         43 7,529,690
Canton, OH 5 959,943             12 651,646         17 1,611,589
Charlotte, NC 46 9,560,693             20 400,000         66 9,960,693
Chattanooga, TN-GA 6 1,076,640     6 219,600                 12 1,296,240
Colorado Springs, CO                 2 80,000         2 80,000
Columbus, GA-AL 1 217,454     2 92,764                 3 310,218
Columbus, OH 21 4,999,268     3 840,000                 24 5,839,268
Corpus Christi, TX     10 2,212,000 2 432,000     15 900,550         27 3,544,550
Dvnprt-Rk Islnd-Mlne, IA-IL         1 107,900     10 200,000         11 307,900
Dayton, OH 23 4,880,000                     3 628,800 26 5,508,800
Daytona Beach, FL         8 1,012,541     3 137,535 5 1,275,520     16 2,425,596
Des Moines, IA     4 620,302     3 960,000 14 310,800         21 1,891,102
Durham, NC                 3 84,000         3 84,000
Flint, MI                 37 1,036,000         37 1,036,000
Fort Wayne, IN     8 1,600,000                     8 1,600,000
Fresno, CA 2 1,016,000                         2 1,016,000
Grand Rapids, MI 3 480,000 1 48,000         42 578,567         46 1,106,567
Greenville, SC 1 240,000             1 16,000         2 256,000
Harrisburg, PA         7 1,122,380                 7 1,122,380
Hartford-Middletown, CT         26 960,000                 26 960,000
Honolulu, HI 23 5,367,000     20 1,120,000                 43 6,487,000
Indianapolis, IN         31 1,561,000             33 1,639,756 64 3,200,756
Jacksonville, FL 13 2,547,794                         13 2,547,794
Knoxville, TN         5 240,000         2 431,600     7 671,600
Lansing-E. Lansing, MI         12 569,200     20 560,000         32 1,129,200
Las Vegas, NV     6 1,152,000 48 3,312,000 25 8,000,000             79 12,464,000
Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR 4 913,000             4 141,930         8 1,054,930
Lorain-Elyria, OH     4 256,000         3 100,000         7 356,000
Louisville, KY-IN 12 2,664,300 8 1,593,600                     20 4,257,900
Madison, WI 0 146,989     12 650,816                 12 797,805
Melbourne-Palm Bay, FL     3 675,000         35 925,000 2 135,941     40 1,735,941
Memphis, TN-AR-MS 26 5,200,000                         26 5,200,000
Modesto, CA                 1 55,200     1 106,236 2 161,436
Nashville, TN         5 240,000     11 188,000         16 428,000
New Haven-Meriden, CT                 20 720,000         20 720,000
Oklahoma City, OK 6 1,379,764     3 423,300                 9 1,803,064
Omaha, NE-IA 0 848,000     2 79,600                 2 927,600
Orlando, FL                 41 1,140,760         41 1,140,760
Oxnard-Ventura, CA 4 1,079,700             2 80,000     19 1,327,500 25 2,487,200
Peoria, IL                 8 608,000         8 608,000
Providence-Pwtkt, RI-MA 7 1,680,000                         7 1,680,000
Raleigh, NC 17 3,828,400 6 909,600                     23 4,738,000
Reno, NV 2 113,942 1 211,512         1 63,080         4 388,534
Richmond, VA 13 2,742,676             40 1,440,000         53 4,182,676
Rochester, NY 15 3,074,820                         15 3,074,820
Salt Lake City, UT     2 408,000 2 414,451     24 505,000         28 1,327,451
Sarasota-Bradenton, FL 4 1,000,000     2 200,000                 6 1,200,000
Shreveport, LA 1 249,000             2 62,250         3 311,250
South Bend-Mshwk, IN-MI 2 500,000                         2 500,000
Springfield, MA-CT         5 300,000     30 760,000         35 1,060,000
Stockton, CA 13 2,868,582                     2 488,528 15 3,357,110
Syracuse, NY 5 1,280,000     20 1,280,000             7 1,840,000 32 4,400,000
Tacoma, WA 22 6,281,477             63 2,215,197         85 8,496,674
Toledo, OH-MI 20 4,192,000                         20 4,192,000
Tucson, AZ 6 1,845,273 1 143,207         27 1,491,700         34 3,480,180
Tulsa, OK 5 1,150,000                         5 1,150,000
W. Plm Bch-Bca Rtn-Dlry, FL 8 1,906,814     4 250,000         4 1,000,000     16 3,156,814
Wichita, KS         1 88,000     9 324,000         10 412,000
Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ-PA 25 5,471,504 14 2,092,432 53 2,200,994                 92 9,764,930
Worcester, MA-CT 2 472,000     1 45,408     10 312,424         13 829,832
Youngstown-Warren, OH 10 2,404,590     4 252,000     3 120,000         17 2,776,590
 
SUB-TOTAL 508 $114,865,614 89 $17,271,653 313 $20,902,324 28 $8,960,000 560 $18,000,684 13 $2,843,061 65 $6,030,820 1,576 $188,874,156
 
LESS THAN 200,000 POP.                                
 
Alabama         3 $129,930                 3 $129,930
Arizona     1 56,096         2 76,000         3 132,096
Arkansas     1 78,400         3 96,000         4 174,400
California 79 17,650,344 10 1,840,507 23 1,216,849     38 1,929,627 1 220,000 11 3,209,286 162 26,066,613
Colorado     2 250,000 3 153,719     3 149,400         8 553,119
Connecticut     10 2,364,000 34 2,267,936                 44 4,631,936
Delaware     3 519,324                     3 519,324
Florida 10 1,098,180 3 845,948 8 464,350     13 417,000 3 365,000     37 3,190,478
Georgia 5 716,000 3 72,312         3 156,627 2 40,830     13 985,769
Idaho 2 551,535     3 148,256                 5 699,791
Illinois 29 5,612,000     40 1,872,896 2 656,000 0 6,000         71 8,146,896
Indiana 3 720,000     43 911,300     16 438,456 3 622,570     65 2,692,326
Iowa         1 178,450     18 474,000         19 652,450
Kansas     12 2,112,000                     12 2,112,000
Kentucky         4 377,629     2 45,600         6 423,229
Louisiana 2 352,000 0 63,134                     2 415,134
Maine     2 385,312 3 226,544                 5 611,856
Maryland     4 682,617 5 748,000                 9 1,430,617
Massachusetts         4 182,400     10 464,000 3 330,000     17 976,400
Michigan 2 451,077     40 4,272,503     5 173,600         47 4,897,180
Minnesota 7 2,135,272     1 53,600                 8 2,188,872
Mississippi         3 250,000                 3 250,000
Missouri 1 209,660             4 108,800         5 318,460
Montana     1 197,402 2 365,368                 3 562,770
Nebraska 5 863,200                         5 863,200
New Hampshire         1 5,200                 1 5,200
New Jersey         3 148,000                 3 148,000
New Mexico     0 53,950         0 (38,889)         0 15,061
New York 24 2,053,467 3 372,000                     27 2,425,467
North Carolina 19 3,923,920     9 648,000                 28 4,571,920
North Dakota         3 126,400                 3 126,400
Ohio     6 1,152,000 7 348,139     3 122,480         16 1,622,619
Pennsylvania 8 1,747,346 3 641,000 1 161,408                 12 2,549,754
Puerto Rico         5 462,720     9 357,600 8 924,000     22 1,744,320
Rhode Island 12 2,880,000                         12 2,880,000
South Carolina         1 90,000     1 20,180         2 110,180
South Dakota         6 298,600                 6 298,600
Tennessee     1 193,600         0 (21,392)         1 172,208
Texas 4 923,200 3 401,911 20 1,298,455     15 793,586 2 440,000     44 3,857,152
Utah 3 600,000     2 92,000                 5 692,000
Virginia 7 1,265,500 1 208,000         1 33,000     1 52,800 10 1,559,300
Washington 1 249,858             10 213,704         11 463,562
West Virginia         5 328,000     4 136,000         9 464,000
Wisconsin                 1 24,000 10 2,000,000     11 2,024,000
Wyoming                 5 184,000 1 88,000     6 272,000
 
SUB TOTAL 223 $44,002,559 69 $12,489,513 283 $17,826,652 2 $656,000 166 $6,359,379 33 $5,030,400 12 $3,262,086 788 $89,626,589
 
 
TOTAL 3,467 $890,499,941 310 $64,310,171 1,070 $80,350,222 222 $87,149,993 1,338 $50,545,510 114 $48,533,437 98 $15,759,546 6,619 $1,237,148,820
 
NOTE: "Other" category includes articulated trolley, 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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