Capital Program Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

TABLE 25

FY 1999 CAPITAL PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES

URBANIZED

40-ft Buses

35-ft Buses

30-ft Buses

<30-ft Buses

Vans

Wagons/Sedans

Other

TOTAL

OR RURAL AREA

#

$

#

$

#

$

#

$

#

$

#

$

#

$

#

$

OVER 1 MILLION POP.

Baltimore, MD

22

$5,801,270

22

$5,801,270

Chicago, IL-IN

15

2,954,739

2

310,156

17

851,600

34

4,116,495

Cincinnati, OH-KY

12

2,141,359

12

2,141,359

Cleveland, OH

13

2,991,603

13

2,991,603

Dallas-Fort Worth, TX

10

2,560,975

15

2,481,250

25

5,042,225

Detroit, MI

36

2,355,200

36

2,355,200

Ft. Laud-Hllywd-Pmp Bch, FL

3

992,500

3

992,500

Los Angeles, CA

11

3,176,000

5

1,065,794

16

4,241,794

Miami-Hialeah, FL

25

6,792,153

4

896,332

29

7,688,485

Milwaukee, WI

19

3,942,500

19

3,942,500

Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN

15

3,013,056

2

639,813

17

3,652,869

New York, NY-NENJ

8

2,153,125

8

2,153,125

Philadelphia, PA-NJ

21

7,328,972

21

7,328,972

Phoenix, AZ

7

1,715,629

8

2,681,754

15

4,397,383

Sacramento, CA

4

204,422

4

204,422

Seattle, WA

2

1,030,415

2

1,030,415

St. Louis, MO-IL

3

680,400

4

608,000

7

1,288,400

Washington, DC-MD-VA (VA)

3

628,000

2

160,000

5

788,000

SUB-TOTAL

166

$39,543,309

0

$0

26

$4,465,200

46

$3,615,954

17

$851,600

0

$0

33

$11,680,954

288

$60,157,017

200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.

Akron, OH

5

299,867

5

$299,867

Allentown-Bthlm-Estn, PA-NJ

5

216,380

5

760,816

10

977,196

Austin, TX

14

2,931,588

14

2,931,588

Chattanooga, TN

1

963,255

0

1,290,277

(1)

(114,227)

0

2,139,305

Columbus, OH

6

1,278,580

6

1,278,580

Des Moines, IA

5

1,080,000

8

141,581

13

1,221,581

Durham, NC

3

576,000

3

401,196

6

977,196

Flint, MI

4

960,000

4

960,000

Grand Rapids, MI

5

1,040,000

5

1,040,000

Honolulu, HI

14

3,496,800

14

3,496,800

Indianapolis, IN

14

1,954,393

14

1,954,393

Jackson, MS

12

1,920,000

12

1,920,000

Knoxville, TN

2

400,000

8

875,640

10

1,275,640

Las Vegas, NV

40

9,292,958

4

1,120,000

44

10,412,958

Lawrence-Haverhill, MA-NH

2

205,714

2

205,714

Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR

6

1,242,424

6

1,242,424

Lorain-Elyria, OH

5

335,060

5

335,060

Louisville, KY-IN

20

2,977,500

20

2,977,500

Madison, WI

8

1,482,400

8

1,482,400

Memphis, TN-AR-MS

4

202,670

4

202,670

Mobile, AL

7

1,465,794

7

1,465,794

Orlando, FL

4

916,403

4

916,403

Peoria, IL

2

456,000

2

456,000

Providence-Pawtucket, RI-MA

14

3,176,000

14

3,176,000

Reno, NV

6

1,465,794

6

1,465,794

Salt Lake City, UT

33

7,733,571

(1)

207,236

32

7,940,807

Scranton-Wilkes Barre, PA

3

595,500

3

595,500

Syracuse, NY

42

8,171,944

42

8,171,944

Tacoma, WA

2

584,021

2

584,021

Toledo, OH-MI

20

647,712

20

647,712

Tucson, AZ

8

1,985,000

8

1,985,000

W.Plm Bch-Bc Rtn-Dlry Bch, FL

5

966,753

4

977,196

9

1,943,949

Youngstown, OH

6

1,259,622

6

1,259,622

SUB-TOTAL

257

$50,859,404

32

$7,470,647

20

$3,946,533

20

$2,345,747

8

$141,581

0

$0

20

$3,175,506

357

$67,939,418

50,000-200,000 POP.

Abilene, TX

2

$361,100

2

$361,100

Altoona, PA

4

835,685

4

835,685

Amarillo, TX

2

352,000

2

352,000

Boulder, CO

3

620,313

3

620,313

Brownsville, TX

2

78,400

2

78,400

Bryan-College Station, TX

22

1,546,800

22

1,546,800

Champaign-Urbana, IL

2

456,000

2

456,000

Charleston, WV

8

2,080,000

4

320,000

6

216,000

18

2,616,000

Clarksville, TN-KY

1

50,670

1

50,670

Decatur, IL

2

456,000

2

456,000

Dubuque, IA-IL

2

261,276

2

261,276

Erie, PA

3

672,300

6

258,960

9

931,260

Eugene-Springfield, OR

5

977,196

5

977,196

Fairfield, CA

5

1,389,500

5

1,389,500

Florence, SC

7

171,862

5

574,832

12

746,694

Fort Collins, CO

3

600,000

4

100,000

7

700,000

Green Bay, WI

3

41,600

3

41,600

Greensboro, NC

7

1,250,000

7

1,250,000

Huntington-Ashld, WV-KY-OH

6

216,000

6

216,000

Jackson, TN

3

152,000

3

152,000

Janesville, WI

2

386,420

2

386,420

Johnstown, PA

2

570,688

2

570,688

Kalamazoo, MI

4

960,000

4

960,000

Kingsport, TN-VA

1

50,670

1

50,670

Lacrosse, WI-MN

1

164,800

1

164,800

Lake Charles, LA

0

146,579

0

146,579

Laredo, TX

4

837,600

4

837,600

Lubbock, TX

6

1,000,000

6

1,000,000

Parkersburg, WV-OH

1

80,000

1

36,000

2

116,000

Salem, OR

2

299,032

2

299,032

San Angelo, TX

1

90,000

1

90,000

Seaside-Monterey, CA

4

977,196

4

977,196

Sioux Falls, SD

8

1,568,500

1

216,000

9

1,784,500

Springfield, MO

13

2,444,000

13

2,444,000

State College, PA

5

1,240,625

5

1,240,625

Steubenville-Weir, OH-PA-WV

2

160,000

1

36,000

3

196,000

Waco, TX

3

258,400

3

258,400

York, PA

2

390,878

2

390,878

SUB TOTAL

17

$3,219,421

48

$10,182,689

26

$5,078,424

51

$3,905,814

21

$675,862

0

$0

18

$2,889,672

181

$25,951,882

UNDER 50,000 POP.

AND RURAL AREAS

Ames, IA

4

896,400

4

$896,400

Breckinridge, CO

4

598,289

4

598,289

California State

4

781,757

4

781,757

Chippewa Falls, WI

2

60,800

2

60,800

Colorado State

4

792,664

1

151,640

1

53,447

4

76,536

10

1,074,287

Crested Butte, CO

2

125,470

2

125,470

Eagle County, CO

1

148,194

1

148,194

Illinois State

5

207,359

5

207,359

Indiana, PA

2

432,000

3

600,000

5

1,032,000

Iowa State

2

70,449

1

65,914

22

545,923

25

682,286

Kittanning, PA

0

11,859

0

11,859

Louisiana State

24

710,400

24

710,400

Martinsburg, WV

3

240,000

3

240,000

Massachusetts State

5

514,286

10

672,000

15

1,186,286

Michigan State

3

636,000

2

360,000

162

9,945,278

4

78,576

171

11,019,854

Missouri State

95

1,921,050

95

1,921,050

Morgantown, WV

2

160,000

4

144,000

6

304,000

New Mexico State

1

104,000

3

210,400

18

517,200

22

831,600

North Dakota State

3

245,440

7

280,000

9

231,334

19

756,774

Ocean City, MD

5

732,935

5

732,935

Park City, UT

2

379,458

3

111,450

5

490,908

Pennsylvania State

7

1,085,870

3

116,000

10

1,201,870

Quincy, IL

2

148,800

2

148,800

Somerset, PA

2

76,800

2

76,800

South Dakota State

16

612,000

16

612,000

Tennessee State

35

900,000

7

942,530

42

1,842,530

Texas State

3

236,000

56

2,310,285

79

2,867,215

138

5,413,500

Vermont State

2

500,000

2

307,200

8

466,712

5

228,000

0

5,576

17

1,507,488

West Virginia State

44

3,520,000

11

396,000

55

3,916,000

SUB-TOTAL

28

$5,190,239

7

$1,270,298

28

$3,064,471

299

$17,969,189

324

$9,482,769

0

$0

23

$1,554,530

709

$38,531,496

TOTAL

468

$98,812,373

87

$18,923,634

100

$16,554,628

416

$27,836,704

370

$11,151,812

0

$0

94

$19,300,662

1,535

$192,579,813

NOTES: "Other" category includes Articulated Bus: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Seattle, Las Vegas, Champaign-Urbana;

Standard Trolley: W. Palm Bch-Boca Rtn-Dlry Bch, Knoxville (4 - $672,970), Florence (3, $318,422), Sioux Falls, Tennessee (5, $841,210);

Dual Mode Bus: Knoxville (4 - $202,670), Memphis, Clarksville, Jackson, Kingsport, Tennessee (2, $101,320);

Used Bus: South Dakota; Commuter Bus: Fairfield; Intercity Bus: Florence (2, $256,410).

If quantity = 0, funds are supplemental to a previous purchase.

Dollar total does not match Bus Purchase total in Table 24 because this table (Table 25) includes Fixed Guideway and New System funds used to purchase vehicles.