FY2012 State of Good Repair, Bus Livability and
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State of Good Repair AK Municipality of Anchorage Anchorage Vehicle Replacements (Bus and Paratransit) The Municipality of Anchorage will replace ADA accessible buses and paratransit vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $1,304,000
State of Good Repair AK State of Alaska Wasilla and Anchorage Bus Related Equipment for Valley Mover The State of Alaska will purchase bus-related equipment for Valley Mover transit service. This equipment will be used on existing transit vehicles to extend their useful lives. $244,446
State of Good Repair AL City of Montgomery Montgomery City of Montgomery and the Montgomery Area Transit System (MATS) Vehicle Replacements The City of Montgomery will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new, more fuel-efficient modern vehicles to serve one of the state’s largest populations of riders. $581,000
State of Good Repair AR Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Eureka Springs Fuel Storage Tank Replacement Eureka Springs Transit will replace an above-ground fuel storage tank. The existing tank was built in 1986, has met its useful life, and is showing signs of deterioration. $28,000
State of Good Repair AR Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department Pine Bluff Rehabilitation of Bus Wash Bay Pine Bluff Transit will rehabilitate its Bus Wash Bay which was built in 1986. This project will provide for a more energy efficient and larger bus wash bay. $128,000
State of Good Repair AR Central Arkansas Transit Authority Little Rock Vehicle Replacements The Central Arkansas Transit Authority will replace 35-foot diesel buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG buses. $1,046,244
State of Good Repair AZ City of Phoenix Public Transit Department Phoenix Vehicle Replacements The City of Phoenix Public Transit Department will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $7,000,000
State of Good Repair CA Alameda-Contra Costa Transit District Oakland Farebox System Replacement Alameda Contra-Costa Transit will purchase new fareboxes to replace those that have exceeded their useful life and support equipment to track and manage fares received. $7,500,000
State of Good Repair CA Butte County Association of Governments Butte County Construction and In-fill of Operations, Maintenance and Administrative Facility The Butte County Association of Governments will replace an administration, operations, and maintenance facility for Butte Regional Transit to address capacity constraints in its existing facility. This project is being designed to meet the LEED Gold standards and will incorporate solar canopies for energy generation. $18,000,000
State of Good Repair CA City of Fresno, Department of Transportation/FAX Fresno Vehicle Replacements The City of Fresno Department of Transportation will replace Fresno Area Express (FAX) vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG vehicles that will decrease greenhouse gas emissions and fuel costs. $2,342,400
State of Good Repair CA Kings County Public Transit Agency Kings County Vehicle Replacements The Kings County Area Public Transit Agency will purchase vans to replace vehicles in its vanpool fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Working with the California Vanpool Authority these new vehicles will also be equipped with mobile data terminals to monitor and record detailed vehicle data. $913,200
State of Good Repair CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Los Angeles Vehicle Replacements The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life with Clean Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair CA Monterey-Salinas Transit Monterey Vehicle Replacements Monterey-Salinas Transit will replace vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives with a mixture of hybrid buses, clean diesel urban and commuter vehicles, and articulated buses to meet the changing needs of the community. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair CA Orange County Transportation Authority Orange County Vehicle Replacements The Orange County Transportation Authority will replace paratransit vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $1,604,800
State of Good Repair CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Sacramento Bus Maintenance Lift Replacement The Sacramento Regional Transit District will replace two vehicles lifts at their Unitrans Maintenance Facility. $336,000
State of Good Repair CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Sacramento Vehicle Replacements The Sacramento Regional Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG buses resulting in a more standardized fleet, improved accessibility, and reduced emissions. $1,320,000
State of Good Repair CA San Diego Metropolitan Transit system San Diego Rehabilitation of the East County Bus Maintenance Facility The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) will expand and modernize its East County Bus Maintenance Facility in Cajon. The buildings at this location were originally constructed in 1959, are no longer compliant with city and state building codes, and are hindering MTS' ability to maintain it nealy 100% CNG vehicle fleet. These renovations will also incorporate the use of solar panels to reduce the carbon footprint and energy use of the facility. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair CA San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency San Francisco Vehicle Replacements The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will replace 40-foot diesel buses with new 40-foot hybrid buses to improve fuel economy, reduce emissions and improve customer service. $15,000,000
State of Good Repair CA San Joaquin Regional Transit District San Joaquin Regional Transit Center (RTC) Construction The San Joaquin Regional Transit District will construct the first two phases of a three-phased project to construct a 100,000 square foot Regional Transit Center (RTC). The first phase consists of two smaller maintenance buildings and parking facilities. A 91,000 square foot, two-story bus maintenance facility will be built in the second phase, which will replace two existing maintenance facilities. $7,958,725
State of Good Repair CA San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority San Luis Obispo Vehicle Replacements The San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new clean-diesel buses. $2,280,000
State of Good Repair CA San Mateo County Transit District San Mateo County Vehicle Replacements The San Mateo County Transit District will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric diesel buses that will reduce emissions, fuel and maintenance costs. $4,950,000
State of Good Repair CA Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority San Jose Vehicle Replacements The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric diesel buses that will achieve higher fuel efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. $3,750,000
State of Good Repair CA Sunline Transit Agency Palm Springs Solar Panel Project Replacement SunLine Transit Agency will replace its existing solar panels, which provide an alternative fuel source for powering its CNG refueling facilities and producing 33 percent of the total energy used by the agency’s offices and facilities in the Coachella Valley. The new panel will have an extended useful life and require less maintenance. This project will continue the agency's misison of energy efficiency. $1,456,000
State of Good Repair CO City of Fort Collins Fort Collins Vehicle Retrofits The City of Fort Collins will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG heavy-duty vehicles. This vehicle purchase will further the City’s goal of converting its fleet to 100% CNG, which will lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and significant preventive maintenance cost savings. $1,065,720
State of Good Repair CO Colorado Department of Transportation Mountain Village Town of Mountain Village –Vehicle Replacements The Town of Mountain Village, through the Colorado DOT, will replace vans in its vanpool program that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $100,000
State of Good Repair CO Colorado Department of Transportation Carbondale Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) - Vehicle Replacements The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA), the regional transit authority serving Aspen and the surrounding rural communities, will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG-powered buses that meet the latest, ADA, safety, and EPA-mandated standards. $1,600,000
State of Good Repair CO Colorado Department of Transportation Aspen Roaring Fork Transportation Authority - Aspen Maintenance Facility Rehabilitation Phase III The Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) will complete the third phase of the rehabilitation and expansion of its Aspen Maintenance Facility, RFTA’s main storage and maintenance facility. An indoor bus storage facility will be built to protect buses from harsh weather conditions. $4,800,000
State of Good Repair CO Mesa County Mesa County Vehicle Replacements Mesa County will purchase low floor compressed natural gas (CNG) buses to replace vehicles in Grand Valley Transit's existing fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $650,000
State of Good Repair CO Regional Transportation District (RTD) Denver Renovation of Senior Resource Center Transportation Services Headquarters Building The Regional Transportation District (RTD), the public transit provider for the six-county district of the Denver metropolitan area, will purchase new energy efficient windows, HVAC, insulation upgrades, and safe flooring for the Senior Resource Center Transportation Services headquarters building. $363,400
State of Good Repair CT Connecticut Department of Transportation Statewide Replacement of fare boxes and associated equipment for the eight Connecticut Transit Divisions and for the Southeast Area Transit district (SEAT). Transit providers will replace outdated fare collection boxes with state-of-the-art “Smart Card” technology to improve the reliability, convenience, and efficiency of fare collection for transit riders throughout the state. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair FL Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) Orlando LYNX Pararansit Vehicle Replacement The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority will replace paratransit buses with new vehicles that will provide reliable, efficient service for a dense population with a high percentage of senior riders. $3,360,000
State of Good Repair FL City of Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Regional Transit System Farebox Replacement The Gainesville Regional Transit System will replace farebox collection equipment that has met or exceeded its useful life with electronic media that will make service more convenient and faster to handle than paper currency. $878,500
State of Good Repair FL City of Gainesville Gainesville Gainesville Regional Transit System Maintenance Facility Renovation The Gainesville Regional Transit System will continue to build its transit system maintenance, operations, and administration facility. Completion of the facility will aid expansion of current services and add services such as BRT and express routes. $15,000,000
State of Good Repair FL Escambia County Board of County Commissioners Escambia County Escambia County Paratransit Vehicle Replacement and Safety & Scheduling Hardware/Software/Installation Escambia County will replace paratransit vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. The new vehicles will be equipped with vehicle camera technology safety system. Acquisition will also include scheduling software to more effectively manage a fleet with zero spares. $1,053,401
State of Good Repair FL Florida Department of Transportation Flagler County Flagler County Board of County Commissioners (FCBOCC) Vehicle Replacements Flagler County will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life in order to better serve riders in one of the fastest-growing counties in the nation. $280,000
State of Good Repair FL Florida Department of Transportation Putnam County Ride Solution (Putnam County) Vehicle Replacements Ride Solution will replace seven of the buses in its current fleet that are past their useful life, in order to improve reliability, reduce emissions, and reduce maintenance costs. $1,624,000
State of Good Repair FL Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority Tampa Renovate vehicle maintenance building The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority will renovate the 21st Ave. heavy vehicle maintenance building, including replacement of shop equipment in a facility not renovated since 1982, to bring it up to code and improve safety and efficiency. $4,700,000
State of Good Repair FL Lee County Government Fort Myers Facility Replacement Lee County will replace its current 30-year-old facility with a new LEED-certified transit administration, operations, and maintenance facility to address capacity constraints. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair FL Miami-Dade County Greater Miami Vehicle Replacements Miami-Dade Transit will replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses that will reduce fuel costs, lower emissions, and provide a comfortable, reliable ride for residents in this major urban area. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair FL Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Pinellas Vehicle Replacements Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will replace buses that have met their useful lives with buses powered by clean diesel hybrid-electric propulsion systems outfitted with automatic vehicle location features, real-time passenger information, and other state-of-the-art features that improve operations and safety. $2,600,000
State of Good Repair GA Chatham Area Transit Authority Savannah Vehicle Replacements Chatham Area Transit Authority (CAT) will replace heavy-duty and light-duty buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their lives life with hybrid vehicles, thereby reducing emissions, improving fuel efficiency, and reducing maintenance costs over time. $2,500,000
State of Good Repair GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Atlanta Hamilton Bus Facility Improvements Phase II Atlanta-based MARTA will continue rehabilitation to its Hamilton Blvd. bus maintenance and administrative facility, which serves a fleet of 195 vehicles. This phase of the project includes renovating utilities and power systems, making the facility ADA-compliant, and implementing energy-efficient green-building technologies. $6,500,000
State of Good Repair HI City & County Honolulu Department of Transportation Services Honolulu Vehicle Replacements The City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation will replace many 60-foot articulated buses beyond their useful life with clean diesel vehicles that will reduce emissions, maintenance costs, and improve fuel efficiency. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair HI Hawaii Department of Transportation County of Maui County of Maui Public Transit Vehicle Replacements The Maui Bus system will purchase large ADA-compliant vehicles to replace current buses that have exceeded their useful life. $1,000,000
State of Good Repair HI Hawaii Department of Transportation County of Hawaii County of Hawaii Hele-On Vehicle Replacements The Hawaii Department of Transportation will replace three vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life with three new 49-passenger transit vehicles. Hele-On vehicles are used by the County of Hawaii to provide daily fixed route and on-call paratransit service across the area. $1,200,000
State of Good Repair HI Hawaii Department of Transportation County of Kaua'i County of Kaua'i Vehicle Replacements The Kaua'i Bus System will replace vehicles that are beyond their useful service life in order to better meet the demands of increasing ridership and reduce maintenance costs. $1,240,000
State of Good Repair IA Ames Transit Agency/City of Ames Ames Vehicle Replacements The City of Ames and the Ames Transit Agency will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life. The new biodiesel replacement buses will increase the reliability of the public transit service and allow for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and increased fuel efficiency. $2,031,840
State of Good Repair IA Des Moines Regional Transit Authority (DART) Des Moines Farebox System Replacement The Des Moines Regional Transit Authority (DART) will purchase and implement a new fare collection system to replace the current, out-of-date system. This project will increase the productivity of the DART transit system by reducing maintenance costs and improving farebox recovery. $3,077,800
State of Good Repair ID Pocatello Regional Transit Pocatello City of Pocatello Facility Replacement This project will allow the City of Pocatello to construct a Transit Maintenance Garage and Administrative/Passenger facility to consolidate these operations at one site. These facilities will replace separate 75 year-old and 65 year-old facilities that no longer meet the needs of the system. $1,410,000
State of Good Repair ID Idaho Transportation Department Nampa Treasure Valley Transit Vehicle Replacements Treasure Valley Transit, through the Idaho DOT, will replace buses in its fleet with CNG buses to begin transitioning to a more efficient and effective bus fleet. $405,000
State of Good Repair ID Valley Regional Transit Statewide Ada County Idaho Transit Operations / Maintenance Facility Improvements and Bus Wash Equipment Replacement Valley Regional Transit will use these funds to replace washing and wastewater containment equipment at the Ada County Idaho Transit Operations/Maintenance Facility. $199,680
State of Good Repair IL Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System Bloomington-Normal Vehicle Replacements The Bloomington-Normal Transit System will rebuild buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life. The project includes replacement of engines and transmissions to improve reliability and safety. $254,400
State of Good Repair IL Chicago Transit Authority Chicago Vehicle Replacements and Equipment, Hoists, and In-Ground Pits The Chicago Transit Authority will purchase ADA accessible, articulated clean-burning diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace existing vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful life. Related maintenance equipment, such as bus lifts, will also be purchased to improve repair capabilities and reduce maintenance costs. $20,500,000
State of Good Repair IL Commuter Rail Division of the RTA d/b/a Metra Waukegan Waukegan Metra Regional Intermodal Facility Improvement Project The Waukegan Metra Regional Intermodal Improvement Project will make necessary repairs to a bus depot and bus shelters that have exceeded their useful life, incorporating energy-efficient fixtures and easier access for disabled passengers. $196,000
State of Good Repair IL Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District Rock Island County Vehicle Replacements The Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District will purchase new CNG vehicles to replace diesel-powered vehicles that have exceeded their useful lives in an effort to better serve riders and improve operating efficiency in the Quad Cities Area. $2,160,000
State of Good Repair IN Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) Indianapolis Replacement of Fixed-Route Buses IndyGo will replace a number of its 40-foot fixed route buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new buses in order to improve operating efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair IN Muncie Public Transportation Corporation Muncie Vehicle Replacements The Muncie Public Transportation Corp. will replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with with new clean-burning diesel-electric hybrid buses, including buses with more capacity to meet the needs of growing ridership and to improve fuel efficiency. $1,500,000
State of Good Repair IN South Bend Public Transportation Corporation South Bend Roof and HVAC Replacements at South Street Station Transfer Facility South Bend Public Transportation Corp. will replace HVAC units and install a new roof at its South Street Station transfer facility to improve safety and efficiency and reduce ongoing maintenance costs. $240,000
State of Good Repair KY Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky Northern Kentucky CAD/AVL Replacement Project The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky, which provides fixed-route and paratransit trips for millions of rural transit-dependent riders, will replace its outdated radio-based transit dispatching system with a new, up-to-date system that meets FTA’s narrow-banding requirements while improving essential communication for arranging trips and responding to riders’ needs. $1,200,054
State of Good Repair KY Transit Authority of River City (TARC) Louisville Vehicle Replacements The Transit Authority of River City will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new clean-diesel vehicles to modernize their fleet. $4,000,000
State of Good Repair LA Capital Area Transit System Baton Rouge Vehicle Replacements The Capital Area Transit system will replace many of their current buses with low-sulphur diesel and hybrid buses as well as ADA vans that have surpassed their useful life, thereby meeting demands for ridership while reducing emissions and lowering maintenance costs. $5,204,763
State of Good Repair LA Regional Transit Authority New Orleans East New Orleans Facility Renovations - Concrete Driving Surface and Roof Repairs The Regional Transit Authority will make necessary repairs and improvements to their East New Orleans facility by leveling the concrete driving surface in some areas to prevent damage to vehicles and repair the maintenance building roof in order to bring into a state of good repair. $896,000
State of Good Repair MA Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Greater Boston Area Vehicle Replacements The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) will replace buses past their useful life with new energy-efficient vehicles to improve fixed-route bus service and better respond to the increased area demands of local riders. $15,000,000
State of Good Repair MA Pioneer Valley Transit Authority Springfield Operations & Maintenance Facility Phase II Funds will go towards Phase II of the Pioneer Valley Transit Authority's plan to replace a century-old operations and maintenance facility in downtown Springfield with a new facility to more efficiently service and accommodate its current transit bus fleet. $3,960,000
State of Good Repair MD Maryland Department of Transportation Allegheny County Vehicle Replacements Allegheny County in Western Maryland will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new vehicles that include wheelchair lifts to serve seniors, the disabled, and other transit-dependent riders for its fixed-route and on-demand service. $528,222
State of Good Repair MD Maryland Department of Transportation Ocean City Town of Ocean City, Maryland Vehicle Replacements The Town of Ocean City will replace transit buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new fuel-efficient buses to meet demands for Ocean City’s year-long residents and 8 million summer tourists. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair MD Maryland Department of Transportation Baltimore Kirk Bus Facility Replacement Baltimore’s 65-year-old Kirk Bus Facility will be replaced with two modern “green” buildings to substantially improve operational efficiency, better maintain bus fleets, and address environmental justice issues in this urban community. $40,000,000
State of Good Repair ME Greater Portland Transit District Portland Vehicle Replacements The Greater Portland Transit District will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new fuel-efficient vehicles to better serve transit riders in Maine’s largest city. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair ME Maine Department of Transportation Augusta Waldo Community Action Partners (WCAP) Vehicle Replacements Waldo Community Action Partners, which serves seniors, the disabled, and other transit-dependent riders in Belfast, Bangor, Augusta, Waterville, and Rockland, will replace small buses past their useful lives with new vehicles to more efficiently meet passengers’ needs for on-demand service. $180,000
State of Good Repair ME Maine Department of Transportation Western Maine Western Maine Transportation Services, Inc. (WMTS) Vehicle Replacements To continue to provide safe and reliable public transportation service, Western Maine Transportation Services will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. The vehicles will also be equipped with mobile data terminals. $388,000
State of Good Repair ME Maine Department of Transportation Portland Regional Transportation Program, Inc. (RTP) Vehicle Replacements Regional Transportation Program, Inc. (RTP) will replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life with more fuel-efficient vehicles that reduce emissions, save on fuel, and reduce maintenance costs over the long term. $612,000
State of Good Repair ME Maine Department of Transportation Aroostook Aroostook Transportation System, Inc. (ARTS) Vehicle Replacements and Maintenance Garage Roof Replacement Aroostook Regional Transportation System, Inc. (ARTS) will perform repairs on a vehicle maintenance garage including the replacement of roofing. ARTS will also replace several vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $735,160
State of Good Repair MI Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transportation System Grand Haven Vehicle Replacements Harbor Transit will replace 26-foot diesel buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $482,240
State of Good Repair MI Livingston County Livingston County Vehicle Replacements The Livingston County transit agency (L.E.T.S.) will replace transit buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives and add two buses as spares. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $877,476
State of Good Repair MI Mass Transportation Authority Flint Vehicle Replacements The Mass Transportation Authority will replace transit vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid electric and propane fueled vehicles that will reduce diesel consumption and lessen air quality impacts from bus emissions. $4,000,000
State of Good Repair MI Michigan Department of Transportation Statewide Vehicle Replacements The Michigan Department of Transportation will replace vehicles past their useful life at over 20 agencies throughout the State of Michigan. The replacement vehicles will allow the agencies to maintain a safe and reliable fleet in order to provide quality transit service. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair MI Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation Greater Detroit Joint project to revitalize southeast Michigan’s fixed-route fleets (SMART, DDOT, and LETC) - Replacement Buses, On-board Security Cameras, AVL system, and Facility Renovation The Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART), the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT), and the Lake Erie Transportation Commission (LETC) will coordinate efforts to replace buses in their fleets (SMART and LETC); install on-board security cameras (DDOT and SMART); add GPS automatic vehicle location system (DDOT) to run the system more efficiently; and renovate the fire damaged Coolidge terminal in the DDOT system. $30,000,000
State of Good Repair MN Minnesota Department of Transportation Mankato Mankato Bus Garage/Maintenance Facility - Phase II The City of Mankato Transit, through the Minnesota DOT, will complete the second phase of building renovations and site improvements at the Mankato Bus Garage and Maintenance Facility. Included in Phase II are improvements such as the addition of a bus wash, fuel station, and additional bus maintenance bays and storage. $1,570,165
State of Good Repair MO Bi-State Development Agency St. Louis Vehicle Replacements The Bi-State Development Agency will replace buses and paratransit vehicles in their fleet that have met or surpassed their useful lives. These replacement vehicles will continues optimizing the reliability and dependability of public transit service in the metropolitan St. Louis region. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair MO Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Kansas City Construct New ADA Compliant Elevator and Refurbish Existing Passenger and Freight Elevators The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) will construct a new ADA compliant elevator and refurbish existing passenger elevators and a freight elevator at KCATA's Central Operations and Administrative Headquarters. All elevators are beyond their useful lives. $648,000
State of Good Repair MO Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Kansas City Air Handler & Variable Air Volume (VAV) Replacement The Kansas CIty Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) will reduce building operation costs and improve energy consumption at its Central Operations and Administrative Headquarters by replacing 35-year-old components in its HVAC system. $776,000
State of Good Repair MO Missouri Department of Transportation West Plains City of West Plains, Missouri - Transit Maintenance and Bus Storage Facility The City of West Plains, Missouri Transit will construct a new transit maintenance and bus storage facility to replace its current, fifty-year old facility. This construction will provide a facility capable of meeting the current and future needs of the transit service. The project will include energy efficient building materials and equipment, a wash bay and drain/oil separator. $434,300
State of Good Repair MT Montana Department of Transportation Butte Butte Silver Bow Transit - Vehicle Replacements Butte Silver Bow Transit will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life. The purchase of these new buses will lead to decreased maintenance costs and improved energy efficiency. $840,000
State of Good Repair NC City of Charlotte Charlotte Vehicle Replacements The City of Charlotte transit system, CATS, will replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new hybrid technology buses. These new buses will reduce emissions, save on fuel and reduce long term maintenance costs. $4,000,000
State of Good Repair NC City of Concord Concord Vehicle Replacements The City of Concord will replace 35 foot buses that have met or exceeded their useful life with new hybrid electric diesel low-floor 35 foot buses. These vehicle replacements will help bring the fleet up to a state of good repair while also protecting the environment by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair NC City of Rocky Mount Rocky Mount Vehicle Replacements Tar River Transit will replace buses serving the City of Rocky Mount that have seen mounting maintenance costs related to engine repairs. The new vehicles will help to manage costs and improve operating efficiency and reliability for transit riders. $80,000
State of Good Repair ND City of Bismarck Bismarck Radio Communication Equipment Bis-Man Transit will replace wide-band radio communication equipment with narrow-band equipment to comply with Federal Communication Commission requirements. The new radio communication equipment will enhance bus service in the Bismarck-Mandan area. $8,000
State of Good Repair ND City of Bismarck Bismarck Shop Equipment - Four-post Bus Hoist, Pallet Racks and Windshield Wash Fluid Proportioning System Bis-Man Transit will purchase shop equipment to help maintain its vehicle fleet. The equipment purchase includes a bus lift, preventative maintenance panels to protect bus engines, pallet racks for parts and tire storage, and a windshield wash proportioning system to cut costs associated with refilling. $39,333
State of Good Repair ND City of Bismarck Bismarck Fixed-Route Dispatch Software Bis-Man Transit will purchase fixed-route dispatch software that will replace outdated methods currently in use. The software will also improve safety and overall transit management. $132,000
State of Good Repair ND City of Bismarck Bismarck Paratransit Dispatch Software Bis-Man Transit will purchase paratransit dispatch software to replace outdated software that no longer meets communication expectations. $148,000
State of Good Repair ND City of Bismarck Bismarck Vehicle Replacements Bis-Man Transit will replace paratransit buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives to enhance delivery of paratransit bus service in the Bismarck-Mandan area. $192,000
State of Good Repair ND City of Fargo Fargo Vehicle Replacements The City of Fargo will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful life with 40-foot hybrid diesel/electric buses that will operate on Fargo's fixed routes. $514,000
State of Good Repair ND North Dakota Department of Transportation Minot Minot Busing Vehicle Replacements North Dakota Department of Transportation will replace Minot Busing vehicles to improve fleet safety, efficiency and effectiveness, and reduce operating and maintenance costs. $290,000
State of Good Repair NE Transit Authority of the City of Omaha Omaha Air Handling System Replacement The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha will replace a 30-year-old air handling system to ensure its bus facility is operating at maximum energy efficiency. $2,200,000
State of Good Repair NH Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation (COAST) Dover Vehicle Replacements The Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation (COAST) will replace light-duty ADA-accessible vehicles to respond to an increased paratransit demand. $112,050
State of Good Repair NJ NJ TRANSIT Statewide Vehicle Replacements New Jersey Transit will purchase new hybrid cruiser buses to replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives. The new hybrid buses will be over-the-road coaches that operate routes originating in southern New Jersey to and from New York City, NY. $27,260,000
State of Good Repair NJ NJ TRANSIT Statewide Vehicle Replacements New Jersey Transit (NJ TRANSIT) will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life with CNG buses that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The new buses will more than double NJ TRANSIT's CNG bus fleet and result in fuel cost economy savings consistent with the New Jersey State Energy Master Plan. $46,296,000
State of Good Repair NM City of Las Cruces Las Cruces Paratransit Vehicle Replacements The City of Las Cruces, one of the fastest growing places in the state of New Mexico, will purchase replacement paratransit vehicles for use in the Dial-a-Ride program. Maintaining a robust public transit system will help resolve growth-related issues of increasing traffic on the region’s roadways. $278,050
State of Good Repair NM City of Santa Fe Santa Fe Santa Fe Trails Vehicle Replacements The City of Sante Fe will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG buses that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The systematic replacement of the City's fleet promotes economic recovery and increases economic efficiency by providing more reliable and timely access to employment centers, educational opportunities and business markets. $1,920,000
State of Good Repair NV Regional Transportation Commission Reno, Sparks, Washoe County Digital Radio System for Fixed Route and Paratransit Services The Regional Transportation Commission, the public transit provider in the Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County metropolitan area, will replace outdated radio equipment by purchasing a digital radio system for its fixed route and paratransit systems to improve communication capabilities. $917,800
State of Good Repair NV Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada Statewide Vehicle Replacements The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada, the public transportation provider throughout Las Vegas Valley, will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life with CNG buses that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair NY Broome County Broome County Vehicle Replacements Broome County will purchase clean diesel buses to replace vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $2,240,000
State of Good Repair NY Central New York Regional Transportation Authority Syracuse Replacement Dispatch/AVL and ITS System The Central New York Regional Transportation Authority will replace radio and data communication systems for dispatching transit vehicles with a state-of-the-art intelligent transportation system to ensure buses are routed and monitored reliably and efficiently. $4,095,000
State of Good Repair NY Dutchess County Dutchess County Dutchess County Farebox Replacement Dutchess County will modernize its fareboxes to enable passengers to purchase tickets onboard, facilitate data collection for federal and state transit reporting, and allow the transit system to maintain the fareboxes in good working order for the full lifetime of the equipment. $220,000
State of Good Repair NY New York City Department of Transportation New York City New York City Bus Rapid Transit Bus Lane Infrastructure Rehabilitation The New York City Bus Lanes Project will rehabilitate 20 miles of existing bus lanes. Many of these lanes are in a state of poor repair, and NYCDOT has worked with the Pennsylvania State University to develop a more effective method of applying red lane markings that addresses past maintenance problems and greatly prolongs longevity. $14,680,000
State of Good Repair NY NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Replacement of New York City Transit Bus Radio System and Command Center New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority will replace its obsolete bus radio system and construct a modernized bus command center. Bringing the bus radio system to a state of good repair is critical for day-to-day bus operations and will improve safety, service reliability and overall operating efficiency. $24,000,000
State of Good Repair NY Tompkins County Tompkins County Ithaca Transportation Hub-Accelerating Community Access (ITHACA) Transit Enhancements Tompkins County, in partnership with TCAT, the City of Ithaca, Cornell University, and the Downtown Ithaca Alliance, will use funds for transit enhancements assosciated with the the Intermodal Transportation Hub - Accelerating Community Access (ITHACA) project. The project will rehabilitate and repair the Commons Transportation Hub and improve existing bus transit service, commuting times and provide more reliable service. $4,500,000
State of Good Repair OH Central Ohio Transit Authority Columbus HVAC Replacement Central Ohio Transit Authority will purchase and install a new HVAC system to support COTA’s transition to a cleaner fuel source. The energy and cost-efficient HVAC system will allow COTA to decrease emissions and increase use of domestically-produced natural gas. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Ashland City of Ashland - Vehicle Replacements The City of Ashland, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will purchase a modified minivan that will be fitted with clean fuel technology, thereby reducing emissions and making it much more economical to operate. $33,200
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Bowling Green City of Bowling Green - Vehicle Replacements The City of Bowling Green, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace minivans that are well past their useful lives in order to provide more reliable transportation while reducing emissions, fuel and maintenance costs. $47,420
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Fayette County Community Action Commission of Fayette County (CAC) - Vehicle Replacements The Ohio Department of Transportation will purchase accessible minivans for Fayette County to replace existing vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful service life, thereby improving the reliability and efficiency of transit service while reducing operating costs. $73,040
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Sandusky WSOS Community Action Commission, Inc. - Vehicle Replacements The Ohio Department of Transportation will purchase an accessible converted van and an accessible light transit vehicle for the WSOS Communication Action Commission, Inc. to replace two sedans that have met their useful service life, thereby improving the reliability of service and reducing maintenance costs. $98,118
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Zanesville and Cambridge South East Area Transit (SEAT) - Vehicle Replacements, Radio Repeaters and Power Amplifiers South East Area Transit (SEAT), through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace two light transit vehicles in its existing fleet that have reached the end of their useful life, as well as new radio equipment and power amplifiers to comply with narrow banding requirements. The purchases will improve operability and reduce maintenance costs. $104,760
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Seneca County Seneca County Agency Transportation (SCAT) - Vehicle Replacements Seneca County Agency Transportation, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will purchase replacement vehicles that will help decrease repair costs, increase safety, and be more efficient. $124,500
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Harrison County Harrison County Rural Transit - Vehicle Replacements Harrison County Rural Transit, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will purchase new vehicles to replace minivans and light transit vehicles that have met their useful life and are in a state of poor repair, improving reliability and reducing ongoing maintenance and operations costs. $125,322
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Lancaster City of Lancaster - Vehicle Replacements, Bicycle Racks, and Building Equipment The City of Lancaster, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will purchase five light-duty transit vehicles to replace vehicles that have met their useful life equipped with bicycle racks, to promote multi-modal and completely-accessible transportation at facilities where staff training is conducted. $228,390
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Kent Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) - Vehicle Replacements Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will purchase new fuel efficient light-duty paratransit vehicles to increase fuel economy, decrease maintenance costs, and improve air quality in the region. $560,250
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Cleveland Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) - Vehicle Replacements The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA), through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace buses past their useful lives, resulting in more efficient, reliable bus service, reduced emissions, and less money being spent on transit maintenance. $796,800
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Stark Stark Area Regional Transportation Authority (SARTA) - Vehicle Replacements Stark Area Regional Transportation Authority, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace paratransit buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with more efficient and economical CNG vehicles, thereby reducing emissions and reducing costs of ongoing maintenance. $1,361,200
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Akron METRO Regional Transit Authority (Akron)- Vehicle Replacements METRO Regional Transit Authority, through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace paratransit buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG buses, thereby reducing emissions, reducing dependence on oil, and reducing fuel and maintenance costs over the long run. $1,494,000
State of Good Repair OH Ohio Department of Transportation Dayton Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA) - Vehicle Replacements Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA), through the Ohio Department of Transportation, will replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with dual-mode electric buses. These replacement buses will allow GDRTA to operate buses on its Electric Trolley Bus Network as well as on other traditional motor bus routes throughout the service area to better manage service demands. $4,000,000
State of Good Repair OH Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority Cincinnati Vehicle Replacements The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority will replace transit vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives with mini-hybrids that will assist in “greening” the transit fleet by helping to reduce emissions, reduce dependence on oil, and spend less on fuel and maintenance overall. $2,500,000
State of Good Repair OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation Atoka J.A.M.M. Transit Vehicle Replacement To better serve the ADA paratransit needs of the community, Johnston, Atoka, Marshall, and Murray (J.A.M.M.) Transit, through the Oklahoma DOT, will replace ADA accessible minivans that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $229,860
State of Good Repair OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation Durant Big Five Community Services, Inc. Vehicle Replacements The Southern Oklahoma Rural Transit System (SORTS), through the Oklahoma DOT, will replace vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. These replacement buses represent a first step in SORTS’ long range plans to convert its fleet to CNG in order to reduce fuel costs and emissions. $473,515
State of Good Repair OR Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Umatilla CTUIR Multi-Modal Transit Center Equipment The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) will construct a transit and fleet maintenance center to house its vehicle fleet. Because of the City of Pendleton's rapid growth in ridership, the Tribe's program has outgrown the space currently available to store, operate and maintain tribal transit vehicles. $197,862
State of Good Repair OR Lane Transit District Eugene Vehicle Replacements Lane Transit District will replace diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses to increase rider capacity, reduce emissions and improve fuel efficiency. $2,500,000
State of Good Repair OR Oregon Department of Transportation,Public Transit Division Statewide Vehicle Replacements for Rural Transit Agencies Oregon Department of Transportation, Public Transit Division, will replace vehicles for rural transit agencies. Replacement of these vehicles is necessary for continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair OR Salem Area Mass Transit District Salem Paratransit Vehicle Replacements Salem Area Mass Transit District (SAMTD) will replace paratransit buses that have met or exceeded their useful life with updated vehicles to better serve the paratransit customers in the community. $589,300
State of Good Repair OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Portland Vehicle Replacements Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new state-of-the-art buses, significantly reducing maintenance costs as well as emissions. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair PA Centre Area Transportation Authority State College Centre Area Transportation Authority (CATA) - Facility Renovation, Phase 2 The Centre Area Transportation Authority in State College will repair and modernize a maintenance, bus storage, and administrative facility that has exceeded its useful life to be LEED-certified and better provide reliable service to riders of its fixed-route, on-demand, and vanpool services. $12,333,333
State of Good Repair PA Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority Erie Vehicle Replacements Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority will use their funds to replace four of the “e’s” diesel vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives with buses that run on compressed natural gas (CNG). The new buses will help EMTA to save on operational expenses, while also decreasing the emission of greenhouse gases. $1,660,000
State of Good Repair PA Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority Charleroi Donora Bus Maintenance Facility - Phase II The Mid Mon Valley Transit Authority will construct a new LEED-certifiable bus maintenance and storage facility in Donora to replace a facility in use since 1923. The new facility will reduce emissions and accommodate fuel-efficient compressed natural gas buses. $3,986,990
State of Good Repair PA Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority Altoona Rehabilitate and Re-power Vehicles Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority will rehabilitate and re-power three buses, extending their useful lives by up to six years and saving over half a million dollars in replacement costs. This investment in existing buses will allow Altoona’s citizens to continue to receive safe and reliable bus service. $200,000
State of Good Repair PR Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority San Juan PRIDE Phase II Replacement of Bus Maintenance Facility Puerto Rico’s Highway and Transportation Authority will replace a leased maintenance facility that is in a remote location and in poor condition with a facility that can accommodate a near doubling of the bus fleet from 33 to 65 vehicles. $4,000,000
State of Good Repair RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority Providence Rhode Island East Side Bus Tunnel Repairs These funds will provide the first major renovation to the East Side Tunnel in 20 years, ensuring critical access to Providence’s central core for East Providence residents. With the tunnel carrying nearly 6,000 daily passengers, this construction project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for RIPTA’s riders. $820,000
State of Good Repair SC South Carolina Department of Transportation McCormick County McCormick County Senior Center Fare Box Replacement McCormick County will purchase fare boxes for its vehicles, replacing an outdated system of fare collection to increase financial management and accountability. $18,000
State of Good Repair SD City of Sioux Falls Sioux Falls City of Sioux Falls/Sioux Area Metro Vehicle Replacements (up to 4) and Bus Wash Bay City of Sioux Falls will replace bus wash bays as well as buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $1,463,657
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Lemmon Arrow Transit - Lemmon Vehicle Replacements Arrow Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will replace a bus that has met its useful life. Replacement of this vehicle will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $60,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Spearfish Prairie Hills Transit - Spearfish - Vehicle Replacements Prairie Hills Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will purchase new buses to replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $240,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Spearfish Prairie Hills Transit - Spearfish-Bus Equipment and Maintenance Lifts Prairie Hills Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will purchase two lifts for its repair facility. The lifts will enable the agency to peform in-house repairs, which will reduce costs and improve efficiency. $70,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Yankton Yankton Transit Vehicle Replacements Yankton Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will replace two buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles is necessary to deliver continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $120,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Lake Andes ROCS Transit Vehicle Replacements ROCS Transit, a provider of rural transit services, will replace vehicles, via the South Dakota DOT, in the cities of Bonesteel and Gregory, that have met or exceeded their useful life. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $152,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Brookings Brookings Area Transit - Vehicle Replacements Brookings Area Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $180,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Mitchell Palace Transit - Mitchell-Vehicle Replacements Palace Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $240,000
State of Good Repair SD South Dakota Department of Transportation Pierre River Cities Transit - Pierre-Vehicle Replacements River Cities Transit, through the South Dakota DOT, will replace cutaway buses and minivans in its fleet that have met their useful life. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $1,040,000
State of Good Repair TN Tennessee Department of Transportation Statewide Vehicle Replacements Tennessee DOT will replace fixed-route and demand-response vehicles throughout the state that have exceeded their useful life. New clean-fuels vehicles will be purchased to save on fuel costs, reduce emissions, and provide reliable service. $10,000,000
State of Good Repair TX City of Lubbock/Citibus Lubbock City of Lubbock/Citibus Facility Rehabilitation Citibus will use funds for the rehabilitation of its maintenance facility, which was originally built in 1932. The rehabilitation of the project will include the replacement of the HVAC, plumbing, carpet, roof, underground storage tanks, garage doors, as well as the reconstruction of maintenance pits. $875,000
State of Good Repair TX Concho Valley Rural Transit District San Angelo Vehicle Replacements The Concho Valley Transit District will replace transit vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $860,800
State of Good Repair TX Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority Corpus Christi Bus Wash Replacement Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority will replace a bus wash facility. The new facility features a water reclamation system, which will improve efficiency and reduce water consumption. $160,000
State of Good Repair TX Dallas Area Rapid Transit Dallas Vehicle Replacements Dallas Area Rapid Transit will replace diesel and liquid natural gas buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new, cleaner burning compressed natural gas (CNG) buses. The new buses will be low floor, and wheel chair equipped, improving fuel economy, saving costs and reducing emissions. $12,000,000
State of Good Repair TX Gulf Coast Center Brazoria and Galveston Counties Gulf Coast Center Fare Card Technology Update Gulf Coast Center will install automated "smart card" fare collection technology on its transit vehicles, replacing an outdated fare collection method. $235,200
State of Good Repair TX Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas Houston Bus Operating Facilities Rehabilitation and Equipment Replacements To ensure continued dependable service to its customers, the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County will replace and rehabilitate six bus operations facilities to deliver safer working conditions and improved service capabilities. $11,142,488
State of Good Repair TX Texas Department of Transportation Austin Area Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS) Vehicle Maintenance and Operations Center The Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS), through the Texas DOT, will replace its existing vehicle maintenance facility. This new maintenance facility will allow CARTS to reduce contracted service costs and improve fleet condition. $1,750,000
State of Good Repair TX Texas Department of Transportation Statewide Texas Vehicle Replacements for Rural Areas The Texas Department of Transportation will replace rural transit vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $12,412,999
State of Good Repair TX Tyler, City of Tyler Fare Box Replacement City of Tyler will refurbish existing fareboxes to ensure that fares are collected properly and to ensure good service. $38,400
State of Good Repair TX VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio Vehicle Replacements - Paratransit VIA Metropolitan Transit, the public transit provider in San Antonio and Bexar County, will replace transit vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful life. This project will also allow for emissions reductions, as the new vehicles will contain a propane engine. $2,520,000
State of Good Repair UT St. George City St. George Vehicle Replacements St. George City will purchase buses to replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $624,000
State of Good Repair UT Utah Transit Authority Salt Lake City Vehicle Replacements Utah Transit Authority (UTA) will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with CNG buses. These new buses will ensure that UTA's fleet is in a state of good repair. $1,580,000
State of Good Repair VA Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads Hampton Roads Vehicle Replacements Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads will replace paratransit vans and vehicles that support its Traffix service which have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement will ensure dependable service. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair VT State of Vermont, Agency of Transportation West Dover DVTA Maintenance and Administrative Facility Deerfield Valley Transit will replace a 40-year-old facility that has met its useful life with a new modern transit and administrative facility. The new facility will house all of Deerfield Valley Transit's staff under one roof, and will include three maintenance bays, an indoor bus wash system, parking and storage for transit vehicles. $3,084,831
State of Good Repair WA Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority Seattle Vehicle Replacements Central Puget Regional Transit Authority will replace 40-foot diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new 40-foot hybrid diesel buses to increase fuel efficiency and improve service operations. $5,000,000
State of Good Repair WA Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area (CCPTBA) Vancouver Vehicle Replacements Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area will replace 40-foot diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new diesel-electric hybrid buses. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair WA Intercity Transit Olympia Vehicle Replacements Intercity Transit will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric biodiesel buses, increasing fuel efficiency and lowering operating costs. $2,324,000
State of Good Repair WA Lummi Nation Lummi Tribal Reservation Bus Wash Facility Lummi Nation will purchase an automatic bus wash system, replacing an inefficient existing washing system. $218,000
State of Good Repair WA Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation Lakewood Fare Box Replacement Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation will purchase new fare boxes to replace aging fareboxes. The new equipment will reduce repair costs and ensure service with fewer interruptions. $2,070,434
State of Good Repair WA Snohomish County Transportation Benefit Area Everette Roof Replacement at Kasch Park Base Snohomish County Transportation Benefit Area will purchase a replacement roof for its Kasch Park Maintenance and Operations Base. The new roof will bring the facility closer to a state of good repair and eliminate water leaks during inclement weather. $1,337,512
State of Good Repair WA Spokane Transit Authority Spokane Vehicle Replacements Spokane Transit Authority will replace 40-foot buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new, more efficient diesel buses. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $1,000,000
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation Wahkiakum County Wahkiakum County Health and Human Services Vehicle Replacements Wahkiakum County, through the Washington State DOT, will replace a cutaway bus that has met or exceeded its useful life with a new, more fuel efficient model to ensure safety and maintain reliable transit service for county residents. $54,785
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation White Pass White Pass Community Services Coalition Light-Vehicle Replacements White Pass Community Service Coalition, through the Washington State DOT, will replace two vehicles with one larger cutaway bus, ensuring safe, reliable transit operations for its riders. $72,450
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation Pullman Pullman Transit Vehicle Replacements Pullman Transit, through the Washington State Department of Transportation will replace a 15-foot passenger van in support of its paratransit service. $56,000
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation Centralia Twin Transit Vehicle Replacements Twin Transit, through the Washington State DOT, will purchase a new heavy-duty bus to replace a bus in its fleet that has met its useful life. Replacement of this vehicle will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $297,063
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation Clallam County Clallam Transit Vehicle Replacements Clallam Transit, through the Washington State DOT, will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. Replacement of these vehicles will ensure continued safe, reliable transit operations and lower maintenance costs. $736,000
State of Good Repair WA Washington State Department of Transportation Grays Harbor Grays Harbor Transportation Authority Vehicle Replacements Grays Harbor Transportation, through the Washington State DOT, will replace vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives. $1,032,000
State of Good Repair WA Whatcom Transportation Authority Bellingham Vehicle Replacements Whatcom Transportation Authority will replace buses in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives with hybrid-electric buses that will improve energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. $1,633,872
State of Good Repair WI City of Janesville Janesville Janesville Transit System Operations and Maintenance Facility The City of Janesville will complete the construction of a replacement maintenance, administration, and operations facility. These funds will allow the completion of the project that was also funded with Recovery Act and FTA formula funds. $3,779,605
State of Good Repair WI Milwaukee County Milwaukee County Facility Repairs and Replacement Equipment for the Milwaukee County Transit System Milwaukee County will use these funds to make facility repairs and purchase replacement parts for the transit system’s operating garages. The project will include façade and foundation repairs as well as new HVAC, bus washing, and fire alarm systems. $3,240,000
State of Good Repair WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation Green Bay City of Green Bay Bus Washer, Communications System and Miscellaneous Equipment Green Bay Metro, through the Wisconsin DOT, will use the funds to complete a communications system replacement to meet new FCC requirements. These funds will also pay for the replacement of an aging bus wash and floor scrubber at Metro's maintenance facility. $312,722
State of Good Repair WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation Beloit City of Beloit: Vehicle Replacements The City of Beloit, through the Wisconsin DOT, will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives in order to reduce maintenance costs and improve the fuel efficiency of the fleet. $660,000
State of Good Repair WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation Madison City of Madison: Vehicle Replacements Madison Metro Transit, through the Wisconsin DOT, will replace buses that have met or exceeded their useful lives with new buses that will improve passenger comfort, reduce operating and maintenance costs, while lowering emissions. $3,786,500
State of Good Repair WV Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation Authority (KVRTA) Charleston Vehicle Replacements Kanawha Valley Regional Transporation Authority will replace a variety of vehicles in its fleet that have met or exceeded their useful lives to improve operating efficiences and provide reliable transit for its riders. $2,000,000
State of Good Repair WV Tri-State Transit Authority Huntington Administrative Facility Rehabilitation The Tri-State Transit Authority (TTA) will build a second floor addition to the Huntington administrative/maintenance office, originally built in 1974, in order to address capacity constraints and service needs. $320,000
Bus Livability AL City of Montgomery Montgomery City of Montgomery/MATS Bus Bench and Shelter Purchase Project To support existing public transportation needs and increased ridership, the City of Montgomery will purchase and install 10 bus shelters. $120,000
Bus Livability AZ N. Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority Flagstaff Hybrid Electric Buses For Service Expansion: Provide 15 -20 minute frequency on local, established bus routes. Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority will purchase hybrid-electric buses to improve reliability and expand service on key routes. $2,573,000
Bus Livability CA City of Fresno Department of Transportation/FAX Fresno Downtown BRT Station Area Improvements - Create a signalized pedestrian crossing to improve pedestrian safety and connectivity to a major BRT station in Downtown Fresno at Mariposa and Van Ness. City of Fresno will enhance crossing safety and comfort at a downtown midblock BRT stop near a pedestrian mall, two blocks from a proposed High Speed Rail station. The project will refurbish a pedestrian underpass and improve safety crossing for pedestrians accessing the BRT station. $2,445,300
Bus Livability CA City of Porterville City of Porterville The City of Porterville and Porterville Transit CNG Fueling Facility Expansion (Phase I): Constructing two canopies, with 10 stalls each, to increase CNG fueling capacity for Porterville Transit. The City of Porterville, California and Porterville Transit will use funds to expand a CNG fueling facility with the construction of of two canopies, with 10 stalls each, to increase CNG fueling capacity. $1,135,228
Bus Livability CA City of Santa Monica Municipal Bus Lines Santa Monica Replace 40-foot diesel transit vehicles with alternative fuel vehicles for fixed-route service City of Santa Monica will replace high-mileage buses with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles. The new buses will increase reliability and safety for customers and reduce maintenance cost. $1,992,589
Bus Livability CA Omnitrans San Bernardino San Bernardino Transit Center: Omnitrans Bus Facility The San Bernardino Transit Center will construct a bus facility comprising 22 bus bays with shelters and real-time bus arrival information, a transit station building with public restrooms and meeting/training rooms, a bike station with secure bike parking and short-term rental and repair services, food vending, landscaping, bike and pedestrian paths, public art, and street improvements. $5,300,000
Bus Livability CA San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) San Francisco Regional Real-Time Transit Information at Intermodal BART Stations (Project will provide up to 17 additional real time bus and rail departure and arrival information at key intermodal BART stations.) BART will install real-time bus and rail departure and arrival information at key intermodal stations. $3,168,000
Bus Livability CA San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency San Francisco 8X Mobility Maximization--rapid network enhancements to create a premier transit service SFMTA will upgrade bus service to near BRT-levels as part of Muni's Rapid Network, bringing lower income communities into San Francisco's central business district. Upgrades will include transit signal priority for faster travel times and convenient pre-payment fare collection. Ten neighborhoods are included, from Oceanview to Portola to North Beach. $6,352,000
Bus Livability CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Los Angeles Metro Orange Line Bus Enhancement - Pedestrian Connector to North Hollywood Red Line Station The Metro Orange Line Bus Rapid Transit and Metro Red Line Subway meet in the community of North Hollywood in the City of Los Angeles. The Metro Orange Line Bus Enhancement - Pedestrian Connector to North Hollywood Red Line Station project provides an intermodal link between these two critical transportation lines. $10,000,000
Bus Livability CO Mesa County Mesa County Grand Valley Transit's West Transfer Facility Mesa County will construct a new transfer facility near the Mesa Mall with full-size bus bays, public restrooms,waiting areas, park-n-ride, Grand Valley Transit bus pass purchasing counter, bicycle storage spaces, sidewalks, crosswalks, benches, lighting and landscaping. $1,181,428
Bus Livability CO Regional Transportation District (RTD) Denver Bus & Bus Facilities Livability Initiative - 16th Street Mall Reconstruction Project RTD will reconstruct a portion of the 16th Street Mall transitway in downtown Denver, a central point of access for over 46,000 transit riders daily, ranging from low-income or disadvantaged transit-dependent patrons to office and retail employees seeking alternative means of commuting to work. Transit amenities will include ADA improvements, intersection enhancements, additional trees, redeployed furnishings, and updated urban design. $7,978,998
Bus Livability CT City of New Britain New Britain Multimodal Connectivity Initiative, Local Bus to the BRT. The implementation of a "Complete Streets" initiative connecting the New Britain-Hartford BRT to a new, formalized, downtown bus station. The City of New Britain makes streetscape improvements to connect the New Britain-Hartford BRT to a new downtown bus station. The project accommodates both bike riders and pedestrians. $1,600,000
Bus Livability CT Greater Hartford Transit District Hartford Sigourney Street Station- Connectivity Improvements Project Greater Hartford will implement pedestrian improvements to the Sigourney Station of the New Britain-Hartford Busway, including sidewalks, lighting, stairs and other transit passenger amenities. The busway project, recipient of an FTA Full-Funding Grant Agreement, begins operation in 2014. $2,000,000
Bus Livability DC Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Greater Washington DC area WMATA Regional Bus Stop Improvement Program - Provide improvements to bus stops in DC, MD, and VA. WMATA will improve bus stops in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, including more accessible sidewalks, new ramps, shelters, benches, landscaping, lighting, and real-time signage. $1,500,000
Bus Livability FL Broward County Transit Broward County Tamarac Transit Bus Shelter Project Broward County Transit will construct 13 bus shelters. Each shelter includes solar panels for lighting at night. These shelters will support the City of Tamarac, which has transit service supplied by Broward County Transit. $401,440
Bus Livability FL Hillsborough Area Regional Transportation Authority Tampa Replace buses (diesel) and vans (gasoline) with Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) vehicles HART will replace diesel buses and gasoline vans with new and additional CNG buses. Vehicles to be replaced will have met or exceeded their useful lives and new vehicles are also needed to accommodate an increase in paratransit services. $4,000,000
Bus Livability FL Indian River County Indian River County Construct New Intermodal Bus Passenger Transfer Facility in Downtown Vero Beach, Florida Indian River County will construct a new intermodal transit station. The station will accommodate bike and pedestrian access, and will be adjacent to future planned passenger rail service. Sustainable building materials will be used. $1,150,000
Bus Livability FL Polk County Board of County Commissioners Polk County Polk County Bus Stop Accessibility Project The purpose of this project is to bring bus stops and shelters into full ADA compliance. Polk County Board of Commissioners will alter bus stops and/or shelters that are inaccessible or difficult for disabled people to use, in order to bring bus stops and shelters into full ADA compliance. $200,000
Bus Livability GA Georgia Department of Transportation Appling, Bulloch, Candler, Evans, Jeff/Davis, Tattnall, Toombs and Wayne Counties. Ensuring Better Utilization of Services (BUS) Livability for Citizens with Disabilities Georgia DOT, on behalf of Pineland Mental Health/Developmental Disabilities/Addictive Disease Community Services, will purchase four 15-passenger replacement buses with lift vans to better serve non-ambulatory, home-bound riders. $137,600
Bus Livability HI Hawaii Department of Transportation County of Maui County of Maui Bus Stop Shelter/Signage Program Hawaii DOT will construct bus shelters and implement ADA improvements for 10 bus stops. Shelter improvements include solar powered lighting, bike racks and recycle containers. $800,000
Bus Livability ID Idaho Transportation Department Ketchum Downtown Ketchum Intermodal Center Customer Building Idaho DOT, on behalf of Ketchum, will construct an 1,100-square-foot customer waiting building with restrooms and pedestrian shelter at a downtown intermodal center. The facility will be ADA accessible, have bike racks, promote and enhance transit use, and will provide shelter from inclement weather. The structure will use solar lighting, radiant heat, and other energy efficiencies. $112,000
Bus Livability ID Idaho Transportation Department Driggs Driggs Transit Center Idaho DOT, on behalf of the City of Driggs, will construct a 1,500-square-foot passenger facility and a portion of a 110-space Park-and-Ride lot to support transit and passengers. Sustainable building and resource management practices will be used and the passenger facility will become LEED Silver certified. $830,000
Bus Livability IL Chicago Transit Authority Chicago 95th Street Terminal Improvement Project - The Project would reduce pedestrian and bus congestion, reduce travel times and improve accessibility and safety for riders at the Terminal. Chicago RTA will make capital improvements and improve connectivity at the high-volume, aging multimodal 95th St. Terminal that serves bus, rail, paratransit, coach bus passengers along with pedestrians and bike riders. $10,000,000
Bus Livability IN South Bend Public Transportation Corporation South Bend TRANSPO Livability Corridor Project - Installation of bus shelters, bike and pedestrian infrastructure and improvements, and next bus arrival signs South Bend will install bus shelters, bike and pedestrian infrastructure improvements, and next-bus arrival signs. Improvements will be made at transit stops that connect riders to vital human services agencies and other important locations in the community. $1,290,200
Bus Livability KS City of Wichita Wichita Douglas Avenue Transit Oriented Development Corridor – bus facility, pedestrian, bicycle, accessibility, streetscaping, parking, and safety improvements along Douglas Avenue in Downtown Wichita Project provides enhanced bus facilities for downtown circulator in Wichita, KS, which is in the midst of a downtown revitalization effort. Improvements include bus shelters, electronic signage, streetscaping, pedestrian, ADA, and intersection improvements and bike parking. The project has excellent sustainability features such as brownfield redevelopment, transit-oriented development, and solar power. $1,080,000
Bus Livability KY Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Glasgow City of Glasgow Transit System – Shelters, Bus Stop Signs and Map Holders The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will install eight bus shelters in Glasgow, Kentucky. The ADA-compliant shelters are equipped with solar lighting, bus stop signage and route information. $57,776
Bus Livability LA Jefferson Parish Jefferson Parish Jefferson Transit Acquisition and Deployment of a Real-Time Passenger Information System: Will improve service by providing on-time information to passengers and reduce bunching of vehicles. Jefferson Parish will install a real-time passenger information system to transmit transit vehicle location data in real time, which improves bus operations and reduces congestion by optimizing scheduling on routes. $320,000
Bus Livability LA Lafayette Consolidated Government Lafayette University of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) Bikeway Extension Funds will provide a critical connection by extending a bikeway between two University of Louisiana-Lafayette campuses and two major transit routes. The project also provides a new mobility option for transit users to gain access to the multi-modal transportation center in downtown Lafayette. $456,291
Bus Livability MA Massachusetts Department of Transportation Springfield Union Station Regional Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC) MassDOT will implement Phase I of the redevelopment of Union Station into an intermodal transportation and passenger center and that integrates Pioneer Valley Transit Authority and Peter Pan bus services , Amtrak, inter-city rail, and planned commuter rail to Connecticut, all in a single location with convenient pedestrian access and ample parking. $17,600,000
Bus Livability MD Maryland Department of Transportation Baltimore Cherry Hill Transit Hub Accessibility Improvements Maryland DOT will make make safety and accessibility improvements to the Cherry Hill Transit Hub, which connects bus and light rail service. Improvements include an expanded bus waiting area, a kiss and ride lot for riders being dropped off at the station, and a well-lit and upgraded station plaza. $1,650,000
Bus Livability MI Blue Water Area Transportation Commission Port Huron St. Clair Community College (SC4) Bus Facility On-street loading area that serves St. Claire Community College will be replaced with off-street loading/unloading area with passenger amenities and increased pedestrian and bicycle access. This project will provide safe and convenient public transportation for the thousands of community members who attend, work, or visit the college campus annually. $79,000
Bus Livability MI Capital Area Transportation Authority East Lansing Capital Area Multi-Modal Gateway Project The project provides a much-needed renovation to the Amtrak Station near Michigan State University, improving connectivity with local bus service, bike and pedestrian access, and rail. $6,282,285
Bus Livability MN White Earth Band of Chippewa Town of White Earth White Earth Vehicle Replacement Project White Earth Reservation Tribal Council will replace aging transit buses in its fleet to improve the quality of service to its riders. $402,392
Bus Livability MO City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri Springfield Voice Annunciation System for Fixed Route Fleet City Utilities of Springfield will purchase an on-board automated bus announcement and passenger information system. The system uses GPS to determine where the vehicle is and to trigger announcement of the next stop. $374,000
Bus Livability MT Montana Department of Transportation Billings MET Transit Customer focused ITS. Purchase of software to receive real-time information on the vehicle’s location allowing for the better management of the asset and to share its location. The Billings transit system will purchase new software to allow passengers to get real time arrival and departure information, and will replace on-board computers with tablets. $38,112
Bus Livability MT Montana Department of Transportation Kalispell Eagle Transit ITS upgrade Eagle Transit will implement customer-focused software improvements, such as voice response schedule info, fixed route info published via Google transit, and online paratransit reservations. $74,090
Bus Livability NC City of Fayetteville Fayetteville Construction of Downtown Multimodal Transit Center City of Fayetteville will construct a downtown multimodal transit center to enhance mobility in downtown Fayetteville. This project serves as a visible anchor for downtown revitalization and connections to intercity rail. $8,015,000
Bus Livability NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation Durham University of New Hampshire Energy & Campus Development Office for Intermodal Transit Facility Phase III Design New Hampshire DOT will complete the design for the expansion of the Durham-University of New Hampshire multimodal transportation hub to accommodate growing public transit needs and provide better connections to Amtrak, with bike-on-board service and access to more intercity transit options. $36,000
Bus Livability NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation Durham University of New Hampshire Energy & Campus Development Office for Main Street West bus pullouts - path connections/construction New Hampshire DOT will construct bus pullouts and pedestrian connections to parking lots; connect a bicycle lane with a recreation path to facilitate connection to the public transit system; and add bus shelters. $94,500
Bus Livability NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation Durham University of New Hampshire Energy & Campus Development Office for Morse Circle Bicycle - Transit Hub (Bicycle Rack Pod) New Hampshire DOT will add covered bicycle structures to Morse Circle, approximately 500 feet from two busy University of NH campus bus stops, thereby expanding bus-bicycle connectivity. $40,500
Bus Livability NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation Hanover Town of Hanover, NH - Design and Construction of a replacement Custom Curbside Transit Shelter, Bicycle Rack, Schedule Kiosk and Enclosed Waiting Area. This project will fund the construction of a custom curbside transit shelter; an enclosed, heated transit shelter; a covered bicycle rack; and an electronic schedule kiosk. Within the enclosed transit shelter an electronic kiosk will incorporate schedule information for the five transit providers (both intercity and local) that serve the Mobility Hub. $183,200
Bus Livability NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation Camden South Jersey Bus Livability Improvement Project: Initial Steps to Implementing Bus Rapid Transit in Philadelphia, PA and Camden County, NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation will take steps to implement a BRT system in Philadelphia and Camden County, including the purchase of new vehicles, bus branding, transit service signal priority and off-board fare collection. $2,615,000
Bus Livability NY County of Rockland County of Rockland Purchase of ITS Equipment that will greatly enhance Rockland County's public transit system County of Rockland will purchase technologies to improve transit service, scheduling, and reliability with up-to-date fare boxes, scheduling software, fixed-end radio equipment, on-board announcements and signs, and real-time passenger information and wayside signs. $2,400,000
Bus Livability NY New York City Department of Transportation New York City Utica Avenue Bus Priority Project - The project will improve bus service, pedestrian and traffic safety, and busy intermodal connections on a vital transit corridor in eastern Brooklyn, New York. The New York City Department of Transportation will implement a package of improvements along Utica Avenue in Brooklyn, making intermodal connection improvements such as better sidewalks, lighting, bus stop amenities, way finding, and subway station stairs. $3,400,000
Bus Livability NY Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority Rochester Saint Paul Street & Clinton Avenue Two-Way Conversion - Convert Saint Paul Street and Clinton Avenue from one-way to two-way traffic surrounding RGRTA's future Renaissance Square Transit Center. In preparation for the construction of the Renaissance Square Downtown Transit Center, the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority will convert two roadways from one-way to two-way to improve traffic flow surrounding the transit center. The project will involve new signaling, pavement markings, and intersection improvements. $562,500
Bus Livability OK Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Choctaw 2012 Choctaw Bus and Bus Facilities: Livability Innovation Project The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's Choctaw Tribal Transit will purchase one 14-passenger replacement bus and three low-floor, replacement vans. By replacing old, high mileage, non-ADA-compliant vehicles with clean diesel, ADA-compliant minivans and clean diesel, ADA-compliant buses, CTT will provide safer, more reliable transit for its more vulnerable clients. $174,400
Bus Livability OK Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Seminole Seminole Nation Public Transit Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility and Program Efficiency Initiative (APEI) Transit provider in rural Seminole Nation will replace four buses and two vans with new, ADA-compliant models and also construct bus shelters with solar-powered heating and cooling, bike parking, and ITS equipment. $450,000
Bus Livability OR Oregon Department of Transportation Woodburn City of Woodburn Six Passenger Shelters Oregon DOT's Public Transit Division, on behalf of City of Woodburn, will construct six passenger shelters in rural, Woodburn, Oregon. They will be placed at key locations that are heavily used by many transit-dependent populations. $44,400
Bus Livability OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Portland Ride Connection's Operations and Resource Center: A TOD model of community accessibility, sustainability and livability The Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (on behalf of Ride Connection) will use funds to support the construction of Glison Commons, a five-story, mixed-use, transit-oriented development which will include offices for the Ride Connection Operations and Resource Center in East Portland. The facility will include administrative offices, rooms for driver training and support programs, a call center, scheduling and dispatch facilities, meeting rooms and parking. $2,000,000
Bus Livability PA Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority Allentown Purchase Heavy Duty Hybrid Buses Lehigh and Northampton Transportation Authority will replace heavy duty fixed-route buses with hybrid propulsion systems to improve air quality and reduce dependence on oil. $3,000,000
Bus Livability PA Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Philadelphia SEPTA 69th Street Transportation Center West Bus & Trolley Terminal Rehabilitation - Restoring and greening of a 105-year-old facility that will leverage reinvestment in a historic neighborhood SEPTA will restore the 105-year-old 69th Street Transportation Center in a historic neighborhood with better lighting, waiting room facilities, and pedestrian access. "Green" roofs and other sustainable improvements will also be made. $5,000,000
Bus Livability RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority Providence Providence Train Station Bus Access Project: Improved Bus, Bicycle and Pedestrian Access to Key Intermodal Connection in Rhode Island's Transportation System In conjunction with the reconstruction of the Providence Train Station, RIPTA will use these funds to extend pedestrian, bus and bicycle access improvements to better connect Kennedy Plaza with the Providence Train Station, which is less than a quarter mile away. Extending pedestrian access between the two stations will leverage additional investments by supporting the efforts underway to improve Kennedy Plaza. $400,000
Bus Livability SC South Carolina Department of Transportation Seneca Seneca’s Livability Program: Enhancing Mobility with the Nation’s First All-Electric Transit System The South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT), on behalf of rural City of Seneca, will purchase two fast-charge, zero emission electric transit buses to serve a planned route expansion for an economically distressed, underserved area. It also includes the purchase of five bus bike racks. $1,812,500
Bus Livability TX City of Galveston Galveston Seawall Boulevard Transit Pedestrian Access and Beautification Plan - Construction of Bus Stop Amenities to Support New Transit Services The City of Galveston will improve transit and pedestrian amenities along a boulevard impacted by Hurricane Ike. In addition to two new bus routes with connections to existing bus routes and trolleys, improvements include solar-powered lighting, benches and trash receptacles at bus shelters, and new ADA-compliant sidewalks. $2,000,000
Bus Livability TX Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T) Fort Worth Fort Worth Livability Bike Sharing Program To further improve mobility and connectivity between popular destinations, the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (“The T”) will implement the Fort Worth Livability Bike Sharing Program. Bike stations will be placed in areas that have dense neighborhoods with high activity and access to a variety of transit connections. Bike stations will also be placed at the intermodal hub in Ft. Worth. $941,728
Bus Livability WA Ben Franklin Public Transportation Benefit Area Richland Ben Franklin Transit Vehicle Fleet Modernization Project Ben Franklin Public Transportation Benefit Area, which has been operating with second-hand buses from other transit agencies in Washington State, will purchase new buses to replace the older buses in its fleet. $1,000,000
Bus Livability WA City of Longview Longview Biodiesel Bus Acquisition for Capacity Expansion The City of Longview will add a 35-foot clean-fuel biodiesel bus to its fleet. $373,500
Bus Livability WA King County Department of Transportation King County Bicycle Access Enhancements to King County Metro RapidRide Bus Rapid Transit. Enhance access to BRT routes via cycling by providing bicycle parking facilities, spot improvements, and signage and maps. METRO in King County Washington will add bicycle storage facilities at stations on bus rapid transit (BRT) routes along expressways. This will improve bicycle and parking options for King County Transit's new RapidRide BRT service. $730,000
Bus Livability WA King County Department of Transportation King County Third Avenue Transit Corridor Improvement and RapidRide Facilities Project King County Metro Transit/Seattle DOT Collaborative Effort to Enhance the Streetscape along Seattle's Third Avenue Corridor King County will add new bus stops, off-board fare payment, ticket vending machines, branding, sidewalk improvements, and other amentias. The project will focus on Third Avenue, the Seattle region's primary transit corridor. $4,058,000
Bus Livability WA Washington State Department of Transportation Shelton Mason Transit Authority Bus Shelter Replacement Wash DOT, on behalf of Mason Transit Authority, will replace deteriorated bus shelters with new shelters equipped with solar lighting and improved signage. $120,000
Bus Livability WY Wyoming Department of Transportation Jackson Hole Jackson Hole Transit Facility and Intermodal Connectivity Project Funds will be used to construct two bicycle-pedestrian facilities that will complete critical missing links in the pathway system connecting the Jackson Hole Transit Facility to the valley-wide multimodal network. The two bicycle-pedestrian facilities will provide walkable and bike-able links between transit, mixed-use neighborhoods, and visitor-oriented commercial areas, and will enhance livability for an economically and ethnically diverse area of town. $1,500,000
Transit Asset Management CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Sacramento Paratransit, Inc. Transit Asset Management System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $249,000
Transit Asset Management CA San Diego Metropolitan Transit system San Diego Transit Asset Management (TAM) These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $3,000,000
Transit Asset Management GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Atlanta Asset Management Program Phase II These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $343,200
Transit Asset Management ID Idaho Transportation Department Statewide Mountain Rides Transportation Authority (MRTA) - Bus Maintenance and Asset Management Software These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $20,000
Transit Asset Management IL Chicago Transit Authority Chicago Transit Asset Management System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $2,500,000
Transit Asset Management MD Maryland Department of Transportation Statewide Transit Asset Management Phase 1 These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $800,000
Transit Asset Management MO Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Kansas City Transit Asset Management System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $600,000
Transit Asset Management ND North Dakota Department of Transportation Statewide North Dakota Coordination and Asset Management System (NDCAMS) These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $655,000
Transit Asset Management NM New Mexico Department of Transportation Statewide Rio Metro Transit Asset Management System (TAMS) Project These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $340,000
Transit Asset Management NY NY Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York Integrated Whole Life Asset Management Planning System for MTA NYCT Bus Rolling Stock Revenue Fleet These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $5,600,000
Transit Asset Management OH Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Cleveland Transit Asset Management System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $200,000
Transit Asset Management TX VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio Asset Management System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $1,416,000
Transit Asset Management VA Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads Statewide Transit Asset Management (TAM) System These grants encourage transit agencies to develop and implement new or improved transit asset management systems and cost-effective ways to manage and maintain the condition of their systems. $1,000,000