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Project Descriptions

ALASKA
 
Municipality of Anchorage
Project:  People Mover Maintenance Facility Roof Replacement
Amount:  $2,400,000
 
The Municipality of Anchorage will use funds to replace the aging, leaking, poorly insulated roof of their People Mover maintenance facility. 
 
ALABAMA
 
City of Huntsville, Alabama
Project:  Public Transit Bus Maintenance Facility Construction
Amount:  $3,293,061
 
The City of Huntsville, which currently leases its bus maintenance facility, will use the funds to build a maintenance facility of its own.  
 
ARKANSAS
 
Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA)
Project:  Maintenance Building Conversion to CNG
Amount:  $1,009,088
 
This project will allow the Central Arkansas Transit Authority to convert their existing maintenance facility to accommodate the maintenance needs of compressed natural gas vehicles.  CATA anticipates that half of its fleet will be fueled by CNG by 2016.  
 
ARIZONA
 
City of Phoenix Public Transit Department
Project:  Regional Operating and Maintenance Facility Refurbishment
Amount:  $6,320,000
 
The City of Phoenix Public Transit Department will use the funds to upgrade and refurbish the North Operations and Maintenance Facility.  
 
City of Tucson
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG)
Amount:  $3,697,650
 
The City of Tucson will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.  
 
City of Tucson
Project:  Upgrade Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Fueling Station
Amount:  $1,920,000
 
The City of Tucson will upgrade its inefficient 20-year-old compressed natural gas fueling system. The project includes replacing 4 compressors and adding back-up generators to run the system.  
 
Navajo Transit System
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Electric)
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
The Navajo Transit System will replace buses in its fleet that have met their useful lives with electric buses.  
 
CALIFORNIA
 
Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District
Project:  Database & Environmental/Structural Upgrades & Elevator Replacement
Amount:  $6,677,074
 
The Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District will replace elevators and upgrade buildings to meet environmental standards, and develop an asset management database in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
Central Contra Costa Transit Authority
Project:  Inventory Asset Management System
Amount:  $300,000
 
The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority will upgrade their 20-year-old asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
  
Central Contra Costa Transit Authority
Project:  Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation
Amount:  $480,000
 
The Central Contra Costa Transit Authority will provide necessary upgrades to their maintenance facility, including the replacement and repair of in-ground and mobile lifts, door replacement, and the maintenance exhaust system all of which are 25 years old.
 
City of Fresno, Fresno Area Express
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG)
Amount:  $2,199,600
 
The City of Fresno and the Fresno Area Express will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas.  
 
City of Petaluma
Project:  Petaluma Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation – Phase II
Amount:  $800,000
 
The City of Petaluma will complete Phase II of the rehabilitation of its maintenance facility.  This phase will include resurfacing existing asphalt for larger buses, expansion of the bus parking area, enhancing public access to the facility with ADA improvements, and the purchase of fencing for the facility.  
 
City of Fairfield
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,500,000
 
The City of Fairfield will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and California Air Resource Board (CARB) compliant vehicles.  
 
Gold Coast Transit
Project:  Construction of New Operations & Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $15,000,000
 
Gold Coast Transit will use the funds towards the construction of a new administrative, operations, and maintenance facility.  Gold Coast Transit has outgrown the current facility, which was built in 1973.
 
Long Beach Public Transportation Company (LBT)
Project:  Maintenance Bay Modernization Project
Amount:  $1,738,800
 
The Long Beach Public Transportation Company will replace underground bus lifts.  Frequent failure of current lifts impacts the ability of LBT to properly maintain its fleet. 
 
 
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG)
Amount:  $25,000,000
 
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $2,376,000
 
The Napa County Transportation and Planning Agency will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
North County Transit District
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $4,621,860
 
The North County Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
San Bernardino (Omnitrans)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG) 
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
Omnitrans will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)
Project:  Underground Storage Removal and Replacement 
Amount:  $828,000
 
The Orange County Transportation Authority will remove and replace 18-year-old underground storage tanks, which are no longer needed as OCTA moves toward a clean fuel fleet.  
 
Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA)
Project:  Methane Detection System Replacement & Modernization 
Amount:  $160,000
 
The Orange County Transportation Authority will replace and modernize methane detection systems at OCTA Bus-base facilities.  Current systems have been in service for over 10 years and are no longer effective in preventing potential hazards.
 
Riverside Transit Agency
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $735,000
 
The Riverside Transit Agency will replace buses in its Dial-A-Ride fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Riverside Transit Agency
Project:  Hemet Facility Rehabilitation
Amount:  $665,000
 
Riverside Transit Agency will perform much needed rehabilitation to its Hemet facility.  This facility serves as the base of operation for the eastern and southern portions of RTA’s 2,500-square-mile service area.  The rehabilitation will include replacing exterior concrete, internal flooring repair, roof repairs, interior painting, and conversion from underground storage tanks to above-ground storage. 
 
Riverside Transit Agency
Project:  RTA Riverside Facility Rehabilitation
Amount:  $665,000
 
These funds allow the Riverside Transit Agency to perform needed rehabilitation to its headquarters facilities. Rehabilitation projects include exterior concrete and internal flooring repair, roof repairs, interior painting, and, conversion from underground storage tanks to above-ground storage tanks.
 
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Project:  City of Folsom Transit Vehicle Replacement  
Amount:  $300,000
 
The City of Folsom will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
 
 
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG) and Related Equipment
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
The Sacramento Regional Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses.
 
 
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Project:  Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority Transit Vehicle Replacement (Clean-Diesel)
Amount:  $1,080,000
 
The Yuba-Sutter Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
Sacramento Regional Transit District
Project:  Paratransit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $1,763,750
 
The Sacramento Regional Transit District will replace paratransit buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
Project:  BART Enterprise Asset Management  
Amount:  $2,000,000
 
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
Project:  MacArthur BART Station Bus Intermodal
Amount:  $970,000
 
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit will construct a dedicated shuttle bus intermodal area as part of the MacArthur Transit Village Project to accommodate the current and future increases in shuttle bus service.  The MacArthur BART Station is a major transit hub served by AC Transit; four shuttle operators, including Emery-Go-Round, Alta Bates Summit Hospital, Kaiser Hospital, Children's Hospital; and a CalTrans Bike Bridge Shuttle.  
 
San Joaquin Regional Transit District
Project:  Regional Transportation Center (RTC)
Amount:  $8,517,000
 
The San Joaquin Regional Transit District (RTD) will build a new fuel and bus wash facility as part of a new administrative and maintenance facility to consolidate operations of the transit system. The Regional Transportation Center will eventually include a 91,000 square foot maintenance facility and a 36,000 square foot operations building.
 
San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Clean-Diesel)
Amount:  $1,900,000
 
The San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority will replace buses in its fixed-route fleet that are beyond their useful lives with clean-diesel buses.
 
San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacements
Amount:  $84,600
 
The San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority will replace buses in its runabout ADA fleet that are beyond their useful lives.   
 
San Mateo County Transit District
Project:  Radio Communications/Narrowbanding
Amount:  $295,000
 
The San Mateo County Transit District will purchase communications equipment that complies with new FCC requirements.  
 
San Mateo County Transit District
Project:  Bus Lift Overhaul
Amount:  $746,000
 
The San Mateo County Transit District will replace bus lifts located at its maintenance facility.  The current lifts are over 20 years old and are obsolete.
 
Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid Diesel/Electric)
Amount:  $3,640,000
 
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-electric hybrid buses.
 
Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG) & Mobile Data Terminals
Amount:  $2,814,538
 
The Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with CNG buses.  The funds will also be used to purchase mobile data terminals that comply with new FCC requirements.  
 
Susanville Indian Rancheria
Project:  Maintenance Equipment, Communication Devices, and Bike Racks
Amount:  $25,600
 
The Susanville Indian Rancheria will use funds for maintenance equipment, communications equipment and bike racks.  
 
Susanville Indian Rancheria
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $88,000
 
The Susanville Indian Rancheria will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
COLORADO
 
City of Fort Collins
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $332,000
 
The City of Fort Collins will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
Colorado Department of Transportation
Project:  Roaring Fork Transportation Authority Transit Asset Management 
Amount:  $200,000
 
The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority will use the funds to purchase asset management software in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
Colorado Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Steamboat Springs Transit Vehicle Replacement/Rehabilitation
Amount:  $1,765,910
 
The City of Steamboat Springs Transit will replace or rehabilitate buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Colorado Department of Transportation
Project:  Eagle County RTA Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,132,037
 
The Eagle County RTA will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Colorado Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Black Hawk Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $164,000
 
The City of Black Hawk will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Colorado Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Durango, 24th Street Bridge Brookside Transit Stop and ADA Improvements
Amount:  $132,355
 
The City of Durango will make access improvements, including ADA Improvements to the 24th Street Bridge to provide connectivity to the Brookside Transit Stop.  This project will provide safe access to one of Durango Transit’s most highly used stops.  
 
Regional Transportation District (RTD Denver)
Project:  Transit Asset Management 
Amount:  $160,000
 
The Regional Transportation District will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
Regional Transportation District
Project:  Civic Center Rehabilitation Project
Amount:  $6,864,741
 
The Regional Transportation District will use funds for structural and other repairs to its Civic Center Intermodal Center.  
 
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
 
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)
Project:  Integrated Asset Management System
Amount:  $1,500,000
 
WMATA will develop an integrated asset management system in order to track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
DELAWARE
 
Delaware DOT/Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC)
Project:  Wilmington Administration Center, Bus Shelters, Panels, Bus Stops, & Other Equipment 
Amount:  $4,550,000
 
The Delaware DOT will use the funds for a variety of projects, including bus shelter glass replacements, bus stop accessibility improvements, fuel tank replacement, paving at the Mid County Facility, and upgrades to the Wilmington Administration Center.  
 
FLORIDA
 
Florida Department of Transportation
Project:  Council on Aging of Clay County (COACC) Transit Vehicle Replacements & Related Equipment
Amount:  $468,736
 
The Council on Aging of Clay County Florida, as a subrecipient, will use the funds to replace buses in their fleet that have met their useful lives.  COACC will also use funds for the purchase of satellite radios for the vehicles.  
 
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will use the funds to replace vehicles in their fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Indian River County
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $500,000
 
Indian River County will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA)
Project:  Vehicle Replacements & Facility Rehab 
Amount:  $308,200
 
The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will purchase a variety of service equipment needed for bus maintenance. 
 
Lee County, Florida
Project:  LeeTran Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $13,920,000
 
LeeTran will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
St. Johns County, Florida
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement for the Sunshine Bus Company
Amount:  $527,780
 
St. Johns County will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
 
GEORGIA
 
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Project:  Brady Mobility Paratransit Facility Improvements Phase II
Amount:  $14,080,000
 
Phase II of Brady Mobility Facility improvements will allow MARTA to deploy and maintain paratransit vehicles. Improvements include a vehicle wash, fueling and cleaning facilities, demolition and environmental work. The new facility will be designed to meet LEED certification requirements, incorporating sustainable features and green building technologies.
 
 
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Project:  Browns Mill Heavy Maintenance Facility Improvements
Amount:  $5,628,000
 
MARTA will use these funds to complete necessary improvements to its Browns Mill Heavy Maintenance Facility in southeast Atlanta. Improvements include lead paint removal, asbestos abatement, ADA compliance upgrades, heating/air conditioning and lighting renovations, and safety-related improvements.  
 
Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacements 
Amount:  $7,000,000
 
MARTA will replace buses in their fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
 
 
 
HAWAII
 
City & County Honolulu Department of Transportation Services
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacements 
Amount:  $12,000,000
 
The City & County of Honolulu will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Project:  Maui Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,780,000
 
The Hawaii DOT will replace buses in the Maui fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
 
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Project:  Kaua’i Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $975,000
 
The County of Kaua’i will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Hawaii Department of Transportation
Project:  County of Hawaii Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,200,000
 
The County of Hawaii will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.
 
IOWA
 
City of Dubuque
Project:  Construction of New Intermodal Facility
Amount:  $8,000,000
 
The City of Dubuque will build a new intermodal center to replace one built in 1902.  The new intermodal center will improve environmental quality through sustainable designs such as efficient lighting and heating, ventilation and air conditioning; low-flow water fixtures; energy recovery systems; large windows that make better use of daylight, and efficient construction materials and practices.
 
Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $2,101,560
 
The Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Iowa Department of Transportation
Project:  Statewide Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
The Iowa DOT will replace vehicles in Iowa’s statewide fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
IDAHO
 
Idaho Transportation Department
Project:  Treasure Valley Transit McCall Transit Center
Amount:  $1,052,634
 
The Idaho Transportation Department will build a new transit center to replace one built in the 1940's that does not conform with the requirements of the Americans With Disabilities Act, and has no restroom or running water, a leaky roof, and a broken garage door and windows. The new facility will serve as a central hub for many communities in Southwestern Idaho.
 
Idaho Transportation Department
Project:  Statewide Transit Asset Management 
Amount:  $70,000
 
The Idaho Transportation Department will complete the development of an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
Idaho Department of Transportation
Project:  Statewide, Interactive Voice Response System for Demand Response Mobility Services
Amount:  $360,000
 
Idaho DOT will use these funds to purchase computer based scheduling system for multiple transit agencies across the state that allows the provider to send reminder phone calls for demand response trips and gives customers the opportunity to confirm or alter their scheduled trips.  
 
Idaho Transportation Department
Project:  Mountain Rides Transportation Authority Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $304,000
 
Mountain Rides Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
ILLINOIS 
 
Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System
Project:  Purchase ITS Software, Hardware, and Equipment 
Amount:  $376,000
 
The Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System will purchase ITS software, hardware, and related equipment in order to be more efficient and cost effective with current resources, and to allow customers to track buses in real-time with GPS.    
 
Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System
Project:  Narrowband Radios, Hardware, & Equipment
Amount:  $89,600
 
The Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System will purchase communications equipment that complies with new FCC requirements.  
 
Chicago Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid Diesel) & Related Equipment
Amount:  $30,000,000
 
Chicago Transit Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-hybrid buses.
 
Illinois Department of Transportation
Project:  Statewide Rural Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $3,500,000
 
The Illinois DOT will replace vehicles in rural transit agency fleets that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Pace, Suburban Bus Division of the RTA
Project:  Replacement of Emergency Generators
Amount:  $5,075,000
 
Pace will use the funds to replace obsolete emergency generators for its garage facilities. The current generators are between 17 and 26 years old and are obsolete.
 
Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District
Project:  MetroLINK Transit Vehicle Replacement (Clean Diesel and CNG)
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
MetroLINK will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with Clean-Diesel and compressed natural gas buses.
 
INDIANA
 
Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid-Electric)
Amount:  $1,037,500
 
The Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses.
 
South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (TRANSPO)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $3,320,000
 
The South Bend Public Transportation Corporation will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
 
 
 
 
KENTUCKY
 
Transit Authority of River City (TARC)
Project:   Transit Vehicle Replacement TARC Bus Replacement Program
Amount:  $5,104,515
 
The Transit Authority of River City will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
LOUISIANA 
 
Jefferson Parish
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,310,781
 
The Jefferson Parish Department of Transit Administration will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Lafayette Consolidated Government
Project:  Rehab of Bus Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $479,762
 
The Lafayette Consolidated Government will make upgrades to its bus maintenance facility that are necessary to accommodate a growing CNG fleet.  These improvements include upgrading the ventilation, heating and electrical systems, and adding a gas detector system.  
 
MASSACHUSETTS
 
Berkshire Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,400,000
 
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Berkshire Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Bus Facility Upgrade
Amount:  $247,200
 
These funds will allow the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority to replace fuel tanks at their maintenance facility on Downing Parkway, replace the fueling island, resurface the lot, and install a fire suppression system.  
 
Berkshire Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Interoperability Initiative
Amount:  $644,000
 
As part of a statewide initiative, the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will use the funds to replace fareboxes.
 
 
Brockton Area Transit Authority
Project:  Bituminous Paving at BAT Intermodal Center & Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $675,000
 
This project will allow the Brockton Area Transit Authority to replace paving at the BAT Intermodal Center and maintenance facility.  
 
Massachusetts Department of Transportation
Project:  MassDOT Regional Transit Vehicle Fleet Replacement
Amount:  $18,433,045
 
The Massachusetts DOT will replace vehicles in the regional fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Montachusett Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Purchase Replacement Buses
Amount:  $1,500,000
 
The Montachusett Regional Transit Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
MARYLAND
 
Maryland Department of Transportation
Project:  MTA Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $8,000,000
 
The Maryland Department of Transportation will replace buses in its MTA fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
MAINE
 
Maine Department of Transportation
Project:  Portland, Maine METRO Bus Service, Facilities & Support Equipment 
Amount:  $1,148,000
 
Portland, Maine’s METRO Bus Service will make significant upgrades to its transit facilities and purchase equipment for its bus service operations.  
 
Maine Department of Transportation
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $640,000
 
The City of South Portland will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
MICHIGAN
 
Blue Water Area Transportation Commission (BWATC)
Project:  Replace BWATC Transfer Center
Amount:  $6,860,000
 
BWATC will replace the existing Quay Street Transfer Center with one that is more centrally located in downtown Port Huron. The project will consolidate the transfer center over a smaller area, decreasing the time needed to make necessary transfers and improving service to customers.  
 
Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement/Rehabilitation
Amount:  $4,000,000
 
The Capital Area Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses and to rehabilitate existing buses to extend their useful lives by 5 years.  
 
City of Detroit, Department of Transportation
Project:  Transit Asset Management 
Amount:  $320,000
 
The City of Detroit Department of Transportation will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
City of Detroit, Department of Transportation
Project:  Coolidge Terminal & Garage Overhaul 
Amount:  $518,291
 
This project will fund the rehabilitation of a number of buildings at Detroit DOT’s Coolidge facility. 
 
City of Detroit, Department of Transportation
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $6,000,000
 
The City of Detroit Department of Transportation will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Macatawa Area Express Transportation Authority
Project:  Replacement of Bus Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $2,000,000
 
The Macatawa Area Express Transportation Authority will replace its aging bus facility with one that will meet the needs of the current fleet while allowing for future expansion.  The new facility will include a number of LEED design aspects to allow savings on operating expenses.
 
Michigan Department of Transportation
Project:  Thunder Bay Transportation Authority Bus Facility 
Amount:  $6,000,000
 
The Thunder Bay Transportation Authority will use the funds for Phases I & II of a new administration and maintenance facility. This facility will incorporate the newest circulation and ventilation system to will reduce the harmful emissions from the diesel fleet.  To reduce operational costs, the facility will also include additional LEED and green design techniques to the greatest extent possible.    
 
Michigan Department of Transportation
Project:  Statewide Equipment Projects
Amount:  $746,770
 
The Michigan DOT will use funds for public transportation bus equipment projects across the state in rural and small-urban areas.    
 
Mass Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid) 
Amount:  $5,187,500
 
The Mass Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid buses.  
 
MINNESOTA
 
City of Rochester, Minnesota 
Project:  Bus Storage Garage Construction/Phase V Transit Operations Center
Amount:  $7,045,303
 
The City of Rochester will build a bus storage garage with inside wash/fuel lanes and space for farebox collections and other ITS appliances.  The city currently leases bus storage space which cannot accommodate the full fleet.  
 
Minnesota Department of Transportation
Project:  Albert Lea Transit Garage and Operations Facility – Phase II
Amount:  $340,000
 
Albert Lea Transit will use funds to provide three additional garage doors and space for their current fleet and future fleet expansion, as well as a wash bay area in the transit facility previously constructed in Phase I of this project. 
 
MISSOURI
 
Bi-State Development Agency
Project:  Transit Asset Management 
Amount:  $677,840
 
The Bi-State Development Agency will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
Bi-State Development Agency
Project:  Bus Related Equipment 
Amount:  $970,792
 
The Bi-State Development Agency will purchase diesel particulate filter cleaning equipment and electronic bus cooling units.  These equipment purchases will allow for increased efficiency in the maintenance of their vehicles.
 
 
City of Columbia, Missouri
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement & Bus Related Equipment 
Amount:  $2,047,644
 
The City of Columbia will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  The city will also use a portion of the funds for bus support equipment to improve the efficiency of their operations.
 
City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement, Vehicle Lifts, & Facility Equipment 
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
The City Utilities of Springfield will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  This grant will also fund the replacement of bus lifts and garage doors in the fleet maintenance area to accommodate larger 35- and 40-foot buses.   
 
Missouri Department of Transportation
Project:  OATS, Inc. Southwest Region Administrative/Maintenance Facility 
Amount:  $2,612,429
 
OATS, Inc., as a subrecipient of the funds, will replace the current OATS transit facility.  OATS, Inc. currently rents their administrative space, and this project would allow for long-term cost savings while providing an updated facility that allows for future growth.  
 
MONTANA
 
Montana Department of Transportation
Project:  Butte Silver Bow Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $280,000
 
Butte Silver Bow Transit will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Montana Department of Transportation
Project:  HRDC/Galavan/Streamline Transit Vehicle Replacement & Related Equipment
Amount:  $382,050
 
Streamline, as a subrecipient of the funds, will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  This project also includes the purchase of replacement radios, as well as covered bike parking and lockers.  The purchase of bicycle facilities is consistent with the agency’s goal of improving the integration of bus and bike travel in the Greater Bozeman area.  
 
NORTH CAROLINA
 
Town of Chapel Hill
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid-Electric)
Amount:  $7,470,000
 
Chapel Hill Transit will use funds to replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses that will reduce overall energy usage and emissions.
 
 
NORTH DAKOTA
 
North Dakota Department of Transportation
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $1,000,000
 
The North Dakota DOT will use these funds to replace vehicles at rural transit agencies throughout the state that have met their useful lives.  
 
NEW JERSEY
 
New Jersey Transit Corporation
Project:  NJ TRANSIT Bus Radio/On-Board “Smart Bus” Technology Retrofit
Amount:  $8,572,200
 
The New Jersey Transit Corporation will retrofit its fleet with the technology required to fully utilize its new radio system. 
 
NEW MEXICO
 
New Mexico Department of Transportation
Project:  Rural Transit Asset Management Systems
Amount:  $200,000
 
The New Mexico DOT will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the sub-grantee’s fleets, facilities, and equipment.
 
New Mexico Department of Transportation
Project:  Rural Area Vehicle Replacements
Amount:  $1,750,000
 
The New Mexico DOT will replace a variety of capital equipment across the rural transit agencies in the state.
 
 
NEVADA
 
Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada
Project:  IBMF Major Repairs and Upgrades
Amount:  $1,750,000
 
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will use these funds to provide needed improvements to the Integrated Bus Maintenance Facility of the RTC.  This is a 36-acre facility serves as one of two major maintenance locations and the central control for operations.  The improvements for this project include security upgrades, roof replacement/repair, vehicle lift replacement, pavement repairs, and heating and air conditioning replacement.  
 
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Diesel-Electric Hybrid)
Amount:  $4,772,500
 
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-electric hybrid buses.
 
Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County
Project:  Facility Improvements
Amount:  $335,376
 
The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County will build a fuel island at its maintenance and operations facility in Reno.  
 
NEW YORK
 
Capital District Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $4,000,000
 
The Capital District Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Central New York Regional Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG & Clean Diesel)
Amount:  $13,418,960
 
The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority  will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with CNG and clean-diesel buses that will reduce overall energy usage and emissions.
 
County of Chemung, New York
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,290,000
 
Chemung County Transit System will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
County of Chemung, New York
Project:  Purchase and Installation of Power Generator 
Amount:  $80,000
 
The Chemung County Transit System will use funds to purchase and install an emergency power generator for their maintenance facility.  The facility does not currently have the ability to continue operations in the event of a power outage.  
 
 
Dutchess County
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $2,556,000
 
Dutchess County will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
 
 
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Replacement of Bus Radio System and Command Center
Amount:  $34,272,672
 
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will use the funds replace communications equipment.  
 
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $14,780,208
 
MTA Bus will replace buses in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Upgrade and Replacement of Facility Equipment
Amount:  $14,320,000
 
MTA will use the funds to replace facility equipment at four MTA bus depots.  These equipment improvements will include the replacement of bus washers at each of these depots. The bus wash system will include the latest energy and water saving features such as a water reclamation system.
 
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $49,254,336
 
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement  
Amount:  $7,299,114
 
The Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
OHIO
 
Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA)
Project:  Transportation Asset Management System Upgrade 
Amount:  $1,000,000
 
The Central Ohio Transit Authority will develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
 
Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Bus Pavement Parking Improvement Program
Amount:  $3,168,000
 
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority will use the funds to resurface a number of parking lots at stations and park-and-ride lots that are between 16 and 20 years old and have public transportation bus connections.  This project will allow the Greater Cleveland RTA to resurface more than 2,000 parking spaces throughout its system that have deteriorated after years of heavy traffic volume and cold weather.  
 
METRO Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG Articulated Buses)
Amount:  $2,000,000
 
METRO Regional Transit Authority will use the funds to replace articulated buses in their fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas vehicles.
 
 
METRO Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicles Replacement (CNG)
Amount:  $1,472,000
 
The METRO Regional Transit Authority will use funds to replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas vehicles.
 
Stark Area Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Gateway Facility Upgrades 
Amount:  $368,000
 
The Stark Area Regional Transit Authority will renovate the Gateway bus maintenance and office facility.  The project includes upgrades to a number of security and access systems, parking lot improvements and lighting replacements.  
 
OKLAHOMA
 
Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG) & Bus Wash Machine 
Amount:  $1,240,500
 
The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-electric hybrid buses. This project will also include the purchase of a more energy efficient bus wash.  
 
Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Project:  KIBOIS Community Action Foundation, Inc. /KIBOIS Area Transit System Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $1,175,280
 
The KIBOIS Area Transit System will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Project:  Little Dixie Community Action Agency, Inc. /Little Dixie Transit, Transit  Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $522,900
 
Little Dixie Transit will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Oklahoma Department of Transportation
Project:  Community Action Development Corporation/Red River Transportation Service Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $283,860
 
The Red River Transportation Service will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
OREGON
 
Lane Transit District
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacements (Hybrid-Electric)
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
The Lane Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses.
 
Rogue Valley Transportation District
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Alternative Fuel) 
Amount:  $1,093,023
 
The Rogue Valley Transportation District will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with alternative fuel buses.
 
Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Mini-Hybrid)
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
TriMet will use funds to replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with mini-hybrid technology buses.
 
PENNSYLVANIA
 
Cambria County Transit Authority
Project:  Construction of New Administration/Operations & Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $6,000,000
 
This project will fund a new administrative, operations, and maintenance facility for the Cambria County Transit Authority. The new facility will be constructed on a designated Brownfield site and will focus on energy conservation and alternative energy solutions in its goal to be certified under Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED).  
 
Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG)  
Amount:  $6,336,000
 
The Centre Area Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas buses.
 
Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority
Project:  Bus Storage & Bus Wash/Fueling Facilities 
Amount:  $13,934,520
 
The Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority will use the funds for Phases II and III of their Joint Operations Facility project.  Phase II includes a 129,000 square-foot bus storage facility and Phase III would provide funds for a 10,000 square foot bus wash and fueling facility.  
 
Allentown (Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority)
Project:  Construction of Maintenance Garage
Amount:  $10,400,000
 
LANTA will use the funds for the construction of a maintenance garage at their Allentown operating facility.  The existing maintenance facility was built in 1953 and does not meet the needs of LANTA’s current fleet.  This new facility will improve circulation and maintenance efficiencies and meet LANTA’s long range needs.
 
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $15,000,000
 
SEPTA will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-electric hybrids.
 
Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority (AMTRAN)
Project:  AMTRAN Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation
Amount:  $134,400
 
AMTRAN will complete renovations at its maintenance facility.  
 
Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority (AMTRAN)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $200,000
 
AMTRAN will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-electric hybrid buses.
 
York County Transportation Authority (YCTA)
Project:  Renovation/Modernization of Headquarters & Bus Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $6,000,000
 
YCTA will renovate and modernize its headquarters and bus maintenance facility in York. This facility will provide a regional center for YCTA operations/maintenance, administration and customer call service in order to better serve the various communities within York, Adams, and Northumberland Counties.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
PUERTO RICO
 
Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority (PRHTA)
Project:  Replacement, Upgrade, & Expansion of Intermodal & Integrated Automated Fare Collection Systems
Amount:  $6,720,000
 
PRHTA will use these funds to purchase and implement a single, automated, smart fare collection system across the three major forms of bus-related public transportation in Puerto Rico.  
 
RHODE ISLAND
 
Rhode Island Public Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Asset Management System
Amount:  $1,500,000
 
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority will use the funds to develop an asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
SOUTH CAROLINA
 
Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority
Project:  Construction of New Bus Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $2,091,507
 
This project will fund the construction of a new maintenance facility for the Pee Dee Regional Transportation Authority.  The new maintenance facility will replace a 30-year old-facility that cannot accommodate the increases in PDRTA’s fleet.  The new facility will seek LEED Silver certification through a number of environmental design features, including the installation of solar panels on the roof.  
 
Waccamaw Regional Transportation Authority
Project:  Asset Management System
Amount:  $4,798
 
Waccamaw Regional Transportation Authority will develop asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
SOUTH DAKOTA
 
South Dakota Department of Transportation
Project:  Sisseton, SD Bus Garage Expansion 
Amount:  $240,000
 
Community Transit in Sisseton will use funds to add three additional stalls to an existing bus garage to increase fleet parking capacity.
 
 
 
South Dakota Department of Transportation
Project:  Rapid Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount: $1,680,000
 
The City of Rapid City and Rapid Transit will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives. 
 
South Dakota Department of Transportation
Project:  River Cities Public Transit Concrete Surfacing
Amount:  $520,000
 
River Cities Public Transit will surface the parking area around its new bus facility.  
 
TENNESSEE
 
Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA)
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $4,148,000
 
CARTA will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  
 
Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA)
Project:  Myatt Maintenance Facility Renovation
Amount:  $4,649,819
 
The Nashville MTA will renovate the maintenance facility portion of a planned joint MTA and Metro Government facility in Madison.  The new maintenance facility will allow the MTA to upgrade its fare collection, bus washer system, body shop, fabrication, and other necessary maintenance operations.  It will also provide sufficient space for the parking of the entire fleet above the flood plain.  It will also hold parts, tools, records, and contain dispatching operations.  
 
Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority
Project:  Facility Roof Replacement
Amount:  $721,131
 
Nashville MTA will replace the roof on its Nestor facility.  
 
TEXAS
 
Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Project:  Bus Replacement
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
City of El Paso
Project:  El Paso Millennium Transit Vehicle Replacement (Natural Gas)
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
The City of El Paso will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with either compressed natural gas (CNG) or liquefied natural gas buses.
 
City of Longview
Project:  Transit Facility Rehabilitation
Amount:  $449,600
 
The City of Longview will use funds to aid in the rehabilitation of its Transit Operations and Maintenance facility, a 13,000 square foot facility built in 1946. The building, which is located across from the historic train depot that serves Amtrak, needs rehabilitation to accommodate customers and vehicle maintenance for the Longview transit system.  
 
Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART)
Project:  Replacement of Urban Transit Bus Fleet
Amount: $12,000,000
 
DART will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Denton County Transportation Authority
Project:  Construction of New Bus Operations and Maintenance Facility 
Amount:  $8,200,000
 
Denton County Transportation Authority will build a new 22,000-square-foot bus operations and maintenance facility on a 15-acre site.
 
Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas
Project:  Transit Asset Management System Upgrade & Enhancement
Amount:  $3,212,000
 
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, TX will develop asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas
Project:  Facilities Rehabilitation 
Amount:  $8,000,000
 
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, TX will complete the renovations being made to the Kashmere and Hiram Clarke Bus Operating Facilities. 
 
Texoma Area Paratransit System Inc.
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $4,230,000
 
Texoma Area Paratransit System, Inc. (TAPS), as a subrecipient, will use the funds to replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
VIA Metropolitan Transit
Project:  Bus Facilities Rehabilitation and Renovation
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
VIA Metropolitan Transit will complete a variety of building renovations and rehabilitations across their facilities.  
 
UTAH
 
Utah Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $1,740,000
 
The Utah Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives and allow for the purchase of spare power components and inspections for the new vehicles. 
 
VIRGINIA
 
Greater Richmond Transit Company 
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (CNG) 
Amount:  $3,376,630
 
The GRTC Transit System will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses..
 
 
Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC)
Project:  PRTC Bus Overhaul Program
Amount:  $2,600,000
 
The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission will overhaul vehicles in its fleet in order to extend their useful lives.  
 
VIRGIN ISLANDS
 
Government of the Virgin Islands 
Project:  Facility Improvement 
Amount:  $1,080,000
 
The Government of the Virgin Islands will implement the final phase of upgrades and improvements to the maintenance facility on St. Thomas.  
 
VERMONT
 
Vermont Agency of Transportation
Project:  Paratransit Scheduling and Dispatching System Replacement
Amount:  $4,125,840
 
The Vermont Agency of Transportation will use funds to replace their paratransit scheduling and dispatch hardware and software.  
 
WASHINGTON
 
Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority
Project:  Sound Transit, Transit Vehicle Replacement (Diesel-Hybrid)
Amount:  $5,415,000
 
Sound Transit will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid-diesel buses.
 
Chelan/Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area
Project:  Link Transit HVAC System Replacement 
Amount:  $90,000
 
Link Transit will replace the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system at its Columbia Station Transit Center.  
 
Chelan/Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area
Project:  Link Transit Roof Replacement 
Amount:  $50,000
 
Link Transit will replace the roof at the Columbia Station Transit Center.  
 
Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area (CCPTBA)
Project:  C-TRAN Maintenance Efficiency Project 
Amount:  $1,142,200
 
C-TRAN will complete Phase II of efficiency improvements needed at their maintenance facility.  These improvements include the replacement and upgrade of C-TRAN's bus surveillance system; the replacement of the fleet maintenance parts washer, and the replacement of a back-up generator.  
 
King County Department of Transportation
Project:  Transit Asset Management Plan
Amount:  $965,951
 
King County DOT develop asset management system in order to more effectively track the condition of the agency’s fleet, facilities, and equipment.
 
King County Department of Transportation
Project:  Roof Replacement
Amount:  $5,021,313
 
The King County DOT will replace the roof at the North Base Transit facility that has reached its useful life.  
 
Lummi Nation
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $416,000
 
The Lummi Nation will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
Spokane Transit Authority
Project:  Maintenance Equipment Replacement 
Amount:  $1,066,000
 
The Spokane Transit Authority will replace a bus washer, emergency generators, and maintenance lifts that support the operations of the Operations, Maintenance, and Administrative buildings.  
 
Spokane Transit Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $937,056
 
The Spokane Transit Authority will replace paratransit vans in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel vans that will reduce overall energy usage and emissions.
 
Spokane Tribe of Indians
Project:  Garage & Storage Project 
Amount:  $438,237
 
The Spokane Tribe of Indians will build a new vehicle storage facility, providing greater of security to its fleet.  Vehicles are currently parked in the Tribe’s administration building parking lot.
 
Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $156,024
 
The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with diesel-hybrid engine/propulsion vehicles for use in public transportation.
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Clallam Transit Replacement of Maintenance Facility Components
Amount:  $260,000
 
Clallam Transit will use funds for the replacement of various maintenance facility components.  These include vehicle hoists, a bus washer, and a non-recycling water reclamation unit. 
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Clallam Transit, Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $1,264,000
 
Clallam Transit will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Pullman Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid)
Amount:  $1,512,000
 
Pullman Transit will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid buses that will reduce overall energy usage and emissions.
 
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Grant Transit Authority Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $144,000
 
Grant Transit Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Grays Harbor Transportation Authority Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $224,000
 
Grays Harbor Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Mason County Transportation Authority Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $871,200
 
Mason County Transportation Authority will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Garfield County Transportation Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $30,400
 
Garfield County Transportation will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Pacific Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $96,000
 
Pacific Transit will replace vehicles in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
Washington State Department of Transportation
Project:  Island Transit Facilities Replacement
Amount:  $17,920,000
 
Island Transit will replace their current transit facility with a new main base to include a maintenance facility, bus washing and fueling facilities, and administration and operations facility.
 
Whatcom Transportation Authority
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid)
Amount:  $2,821,760
 
The Whatcom Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid buses.
 
WISCONSIN
 
City of Eau Claire
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid)
Amount:  $880,000
 
The City of Eau Claire will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid buses.
 
Milwaukee County
Project:  Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $7,000,000
 
Milwaukee County will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Waukesha Engine and Transmission Rebuilds
Amount:  $123,200
 
 The City of Waukesha will rebuild engines and transmissions in order to extend their useful lives.  
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Fond du Lac Transit Vehicle Replacement
Amount:  $578,730
 
The City of Fond du Lac will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives. 
 
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Madison Transit Vehicle Replacement, Farebox System Upgrade, & Replacement Passenger Shelters
Amount:  $5,160,800
 
The City of Madison will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.  This project will also include the replacement and upgrade of the farebox collection system to increase efficiency and reduce maintenance costs, as well as the replacement of old bus shelters. 
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Appleton Valley Transit Replacement Bus Shelters, ADA Facility Improvements, Replacement Parts for Buses, and Replacement Support Vehicles.
Amount:  $220,800
 
The City of Appleton Valley Transit will use funds for replacement bus shelters, bus parts, support vehicles and ADA facility improvements.  
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of La Crosse Transit Vehicle Replacement (Hybrid)
Amount:  $1,320,000
 
The City of La Crosse will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives with hybrid buses.
 
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Project:  City of Racine Transit Vehicle Replacement 
Amount:  $4,760,000
 
The City of Racine will replace buses in its fleet that are beyond their useful lives.
 
WEST VIRGINIA
 
Mid-Ohio Valley Transit Authority 
Project:  Construction of New Maintenance Facility
Amount:  $3,000,000
 
The Mid-Ohio Valley Transit Authority will build a new 11,000 square foot prefabricated maintenance facility located in Parkersburg.  This building will incorporate LEED design features, including solar panels, a water reclamation system, and porous asphalt.  
 
Tri-State Transit Authority
Project:  Roof Repair & Vehicle Replacements
Amount:  $2,609,400
 
The Tri-State Transit Authority will replace the roof on its maintenance facility and transfer center.  They will also use the funds to replace vehicles in their fleet that have met their useful lives.  
 
WYOMING
 
Wyoming Department of Transportation
Project:  Phase II Regional Transportation Storage, Maintenance & Operations Buildings
Amount:  $5,000,000
 
START Bus will use the funds toward the construction of a new regional transportation, maintenance, and operations facility in Teton County.  The future use of alternatives fuels will be considered in the design of this facility.  In addition, START Bus will build the facility to attain LEED Silver Certification.