Capital Program - Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

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TABLE 29
FY 2001 CAPITAL PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES


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 $
OVER 1 MILLION POP.                                
Baltimore, MD 30 $6,727,832                         30 $6,727,832
Boston, MA                         1 208,000 1 208,000
Cincinnati, OH-KY 8 1,584,503                         8 1,584,503
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX 9 1,980,630                         9 1,980,630
Denver, CO 6 1,800,000                         6 1,800,000
Detroit, MI 2 320,000         9 1,351,788             11 1,671,788
Ft. Laud-Hllywd-Pomp Bch, FL 6 1,600,000                         6 1,600,000
Kansas City, MO-KS     18 3,491,618                     18 3,491,618
Los Angeles, CA 38 9,145,130         5 297,750             43 9,442,880
Miami-Hialeah, FL 12 3,600,000         1 744,375             13 4,344,375
Milwaukee, WI 21 4,544,628                         21 4,544,628
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 109 22,666,269                         109 22,666,269
New York, NY-NENJ 3 815,011         23 1,442,713             26 2,257,724
Philadelphia, PA-NJ             17 588,000 1 40,560         18 628,560
Phoenix, AZ 15 4,456,416                         15 4,456,416
Pittsburgh, PA             3 619,595             3 619,595
Portland-Vanc, OR-WA 3 397,000                         3 397,000
Riverside-San Bernrdno, CA 6 1,973,596                         6 1,973,596
Sacramento, CA 11 2,416,594                         11 2,416,594
San Francisco-Oakland, CA 3 740,431                     6 1,980,630 9 2,721,061
Seattle, WA 8 1,980,630                         8 1,980,630
St. Louis, MO-IL 14 2,994,945             24 592,807         38 3,587,752
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL         4 1,240,624                 4 1,240,624
Washington, DC-MD-VA                         10 2,934,135 10 2,934,135
SUB-TOTAL 304 $69,743,615 18 $3,491,618 4 $1,240,624 58 $5,044,221 25 $633,367 0 $0 17 $5,122,765 426 $85,276,210
200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.                                
Albuquerque, NM             4 1,007,494             4 $1,007,494
Augusta, GA-SC             2 348,012             2 348,012
Austin, TX 2 495,157                         2 495,157
Birmingham, AL             2 355,840         2 544,013 4 899,853
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 10 2,476,880                         10 2,476,880
Charleston, SC                         6 1,504,081 6 1,504,081
Charlotte, NC 4 1,252,818     14 2,796,020                 18 4,048,838
Colorado Springs, CO     1 205,600                     1 205,600
Columbus, GA-AL     2 400,000                     2 400,000
Columbus, OH         1 182,566                 1 182,566
Dayton, OH             13 1,573,174             13 1,573,174
Des Moines, IA 4 895,029                         4 895,029
Durham, NC     7 1,570,000                     7 1,570,000
El Paso, TX-NM 7 1,971,411                         7 1,971,411
Flint, MI     19 2,256,000         29 762,216         48 3,018,216
Honolulu, HI             3 209,592 4 170,496     2 396,088 9 776,176
Indianapolis, IN 9 1,908,000 15 2,321,476     13 676,000             37 4,905,476
Jackson, MS         8 1,191,600                 8 1,191,600
Jacksonville, FL 5 981,096                         5 981,096
Lansing-E. Lansing, MI             2 102,504             2 102,504
Las Vegas, NV                         5 3,466,102 5 3,466,102
Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR     1 294,329                     1 294,329
Madison, WI 26 5,091,930                         26 5,091,930
Orlando, FL 14 3,879,596                         14 3,879,596
Providence-Pawtucket, RI-MA 13 2,681,259         4 1,040,000         4 240,000 21 3,961,259
Richmond, VA                 17 828,800         17 828,800
Sarasota-Bradenton, FL                         2 397,000 2 397,000
Scranton-Wilkes Barre, PA         2 348,657             1 240,000 3 588,657
Tucson, AZ 3 990,315                         3 990,315
W.Plm Bch-Bc Rtn-Dlry Bch, FL         3 750,000                 3 750,000
Wichita, KS     25 5,073,137                     25 5,073,137
SUB-TOTAL 97 $22,623,491 70 $12,120,542 28 $5,268,843 43 $5,312,616 50 $1,761,512 0 $0 22 $6,787,284 310 $53,874,288
50,000-200,000 POP.                                
Abilene, TX         1 $289,630                 1 $289,630
Albany, GA         2 400,000                 2 400,000
Altoona, PA             1 64,000         2 80,000 3 144,000
Amarillo, TX         1 289,630                 1 289,630
Athens, GA         2 400,000                 2 400,000
Battle Creek, MI             2 84,864             2 84,864
Bay City, MI         3 626,760 1 200,000             4 826,760
Beaumont, TX             8 621,096             8 621,096
Beloit, WI-IL     4 880,000                     4 880,000
Benton Harbor, MI             1 39,288             1 39,288
Billings, MT     18 3,792,000         3 107,600         21 3,899,600
Biloxi-Gulfport, MS             5 1,128,000             5 1,128,000
Boise, ID     12 1,942,012                     12 1,942,012
Brownsville, TX     2 271,741                     2 271,741
Columbia, MO                 10 245,367         10 245,367
Davis, CA 4 990,315                         4 990,315
Dubuque, IA-IL             2 365,200 3 92,960         5 458,160
Duluth, MN-WI         10 1,973,596                 10 1,973,596
Eau Claire, WI         14 3,040,000                 14 3,040,000
Eugene-Springfield, OR             4 990,315             4 990,315
Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN 1 125,000     1 200,000 2 144,000 2 32,000         6 501,000
Gainesville, FL             2 490,547             2 490,547
Galveston, TX         4 728,985                 4 728,985
Grand Forks, ND-MN             3 124,500         1 215,800 4 340,300
Green Bay, WI 6 1,720,000                 2 52,000     8 1,772,000
Greensboro, NC     5 1,471,643     8 322,112             13 1,793,755
Ithaca, NY 8 1,737,733                     1 195,000 9 1,932,733
Janesville, WI     5 1,057,200                     5 1,057,200
Kalamazoo, MI 1 240,000                         1 240,000
La Crosse, WI     11 2,298,616                     11 2,298,616
Laredo, TX             10 477,025             10 477,025
Las Cruces, NM     2 456,500                     2 456,500
Lawrence, KS                 19 668,261     2 56,000 21 724,261
Lawton, OK         5 405,476                 5 405,476
Lubbock, TX         1 289,630                 1 289,630
Lynchburg, VA         5 1,114,290 2 99,201         1 208,062 8 1,421,553
Macon, GA         2 400,000                 2 400,000
Mansfield, OH             1 39,496 2 5,000 2 7,000     5 51,496
Medford, OR     5 992,500                     5 992,500
Monessen, PA     3 682,579                     3 682,579
New Bedford, MA                 5 248,124         5 248,124
New London-Norwich, CT 19 4,440,588                         19 4,440,588
Pocatello, ID             5 239,825             5 239,825
Port Huron, MI             10 1,973,520             10 1,973,520
Pueblo, CO     1 192,000     1 172,000 4 132,131         6 496,131
Racine, WI     5 1,388,640                     5 1,388,640
Rochester, MN 1 247,579                         1 247,579
Rocky Mount, NC             1 68,000 4 108,000         5 176,000
Rome, GA             2 150,000             2 150,000
Saginaw, MI     3 682,760                     3 682,760
Salem, OR     4 1,483,047                     4 1,483,047
San Angelo, TX             1 47,702             1 47,702
Santa Fe, NM         8 1,280,000 8 240,000             16 1,520,000
Savannah, GA 3 600,000                     2 400,000 5 1,000,000
Seaside-Monterey, CA     2 613,185                     2 613,185
Sheboygan, WI         8 1,600,000                 8 1,600,000
Sioux City, SD-IA-NE     2 292,984                     2 292,984
Springfield, MO                 3 74,173         3 74,173
St. Joseph, MO-KS         5 986,315     3 74,173         8 1,060,488
State College, PA 6 1,584,503                         6 1,584,503
Utica-Rome, NY 1 290,400 3 609,000     2 90,915             6 990,315
SUB TOTAL 50 $11,976,118 87 $19,106,407 72 $14,024,312 82 $8,171,606 58 $1,787,789 4 $59,000 9 $1,154,862 362 $56,280,094
UNDER 50,000 POP.                                
AND RURAL AREAS                                
Alaska                         1 24,959,999 1 $24,959,999
Arkansas     1 490,547 2 157,200 15 734,520 31 813,550     1 210,000 50 2,405,817
Colorado 4 894,211 8 1,370,698     10 630,868 2 124,186     3 948,910 27 3,968,873
Delaware 1 134,640         4 205,422             5 340,062
Iowa 2 464,799     1 92,960 1 81,465 2 57,960         6 697,184
Kansas                 25 765,154         25 765,154
Kentucky         3 817,030 23 1,116,647 113 3,409,700     1 195,600 140 5,538,977
Louisiana                 4 124,800         4 124,800
Maryland 6 849,264 3 192,000 3 505,383 27 1,264,280 2 67,200         41 2,878,127
Michigan 2 285,600 4 602,208 2 208,248 106 7,027,152 8 194,048     3 405,552 125 8,722,808
Mississippi     6 480,000 16 1,113,600 11 572,000 26 520,000         59 2,685,600
Missouri             3 240,000 82 2,124,644         85 2,364,644
Montana         0 193,040 0 298,300             0 491,340
New Hampshire     0 213,112     0 (77,040)         2 206,424 2 342,496
New Mexico                 90 1,985,000         90 1,985,000
New York 2 643,704                         2 643,704
Oregon         1 98,110                 1 98,110
Pennsylvania     3 720,000 4 525,750 9 565,692             16 1,811,442
South Carolina     3 539,602         29 658,257     5 86,378 37 1,284,237
South Dakota     3 216,000                     3 216,000
Texas         2 579,260 6 286,215 52 2,078,998         60 2,944,473
Washington     6 1,203,400 7 1,403,690 10 512,894             23 3,119,984
Wisconsin                     3 89,600     3 89,600
SUB-TOTAL 17 $3,272,218 37 $6,027,567 41 $5,694,271 225 $13,458,415 466 $12,923,497 3 $89,600 16 $27,012,863 805 $68,478,431
TOTAL 468 $107,615,442 212 $40,746,134 145 $26,228,050 408 $31,986,858 599 $17,106,165 7 $148,600 64 $40,077,774 1,903 $263,909,023
NOTE: "Other" category includes Articulated Bus, Commuter/Suburban Bus, Trolley Bus, Used Bus, and Ferry Boat.  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 System funds used to purchase vehicles.

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