By State

TABLE 34
FY 2002 OBLIGATIONS FOR ELDERLY AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM

STATE RANK TOTAL OBLIGATION AMOUNT % of Total Flexible Fund Obligs % Flex Obs TOTAL NO. OF VEHICLES % 30-40 FT. BUSES # 30-40 FT. BUSES $ < 30 FT. BUSES # < 30 FT. BUSES $ SCHOOL BUSES # SCHOOL BUSES $ VANS # VANS $ SEDANS/ STATION WAGONS # SEDANS/ STATION WAGONS $ OTHER # OTHER $
Alabama 7 $3,956,011 2.8 2,600,000 65.7 52 2.4 1 $52,472 1 $28,838     50 $1,517,844        
Alaska 41 476,879 0.3 272,910 57.2 5 0.2     5 195,893                
Arizona 11 2,790,987 2.0 1,500,000 53.7 76 3.5             76 2,374,400        
Arkansas 30 1,016,370 0.7     35 1.6     10 322,553     25 592,180        
California 1 53,908,063 38.5 45,809,352 85.0 253 11.6     107 4,655,200     146 4,955,694        
Colorado 31 994,098 0.7     16 0.7     10 521,398     6 143,587        
Connecticut 33 870,380 0.6     27 1.2     15 420,000     12 336,000        
Delaware 49 324,346 0.2     6 0.3     6 324,346                
District of Columbia 50 321,700 0.2     11 0.5     3 112,800     8 206,400        
Florida 4 5,454,489 3.9     157 7.2     57 2,849,760     95 2,470,505 5 90,354    
Georgia 15 1,913,874 1.4     0 0.0                        
Hawaii 45 421,383 0.3     7 0.3     4 263,726     3 114,581        
Idaho 44 431,983 0.3     9 0.4     6 170,230     3 62,280        
Illinois 9 3,514,512 2.5     85 3.9     85 3,264,512                
Indiana 17 1,828,609 1.3     63 2.9             63 1,752,314        
Iowa 28 1,095,060 0.8     0 0.0                        
Kansas 32 912,819 0.7     30 1.4             19 682,000 11 220,800    
Kentucky 24 1,406,077 1.0     43 2.0             43 1,381,077        
Louisiana 23 1,410,730 1.0     35 1.6             35 1,222,400        
Maine 38 548,202 0.4     12 0.6     12 442,070                
Maryland 22 1,417,554 1.0     32 1.5     30 1,264,000     2 48,000        
Massachusetts 14 2,055,994 1.5     51 2.3     21 931,039     30 876,960        
Michigan 10 3,276,456 2.3 274,200 8.4 62 2.8 1 207,672 41 2,364,500     19 519,940 1 14,688    
Minnesota 25 1,292,996 0.9     33 1.5     30 977,920 3 186,076            
Mississippi 35 811,502 0.6     22 1.0     11 380,400     11 177,750        
Missouri 16 1,854,865 1.3     70 3.2             70 1,650,400        
Montana 46 393,670 0.3     12 0.6     8 314,000     4 64,600        
Nebraska 36 634,064 0.5     28 1.3             28 576,000        
Nevada 42 463,453 0.3     10 0.5     10 409,600                
New Hampshire 43 436,040 0.3     10 0.5     10 380,400                
New Jersey 12 2,474,824 1.8     44 2.0 2 167,904 35 1,708,736     7 268,224        
New Mexico 37 553,754 0.4     21 1.0     1 59,600     20 487,834        
New York 3 5,777,160 4.1     154 7.1 11 923,944 143 4,294,220                
North Carolina --- 0 0.0     0 0.0                        
North Dakota 48 330,309 0.2     10 0.5     5 202,400     5 126,800        
Ohio 8 3,669,212 2.6     80 3.7             80 2,317,445        
Oklahoma 26 1,208,967 0.9     27 1.2     18 738,000     9 333,000        
Oregon 2 6,976,823 5.0 5,855,123 83.9 123 5.6 1 37,551 81 4,670,299     40 1,689,488 1 14,756    
Pennsylvania 6 4,405,634 3.1     97 4.5     79 3,450,890     18 594,480        
Puerto Rico 29 1,062,427 0.8     20 0.9     10 600,000     10 360,000        
Rhode Island 40 484,392 0.3     9 0.4             9 484,392        
South Carolina 27 1,167,523 0.8     39 1.8     10 360,000     29 660,000        
South Dakota 47 359,273 0.3     9 0.4     9 356,400                
Tennessee 19 1,739,859 1.2     72 3.3     13 528,800     59 1,153,600        
Texas 5 4,551,140 3.2     35 1.6 1 64,000 19 952,850     15 782,020        
Utah 39 513,840 0.4     12 0.6     12 462,456                
Vermont 13 2,226,048 1.6 1,934,643 86.9 0 0.0                        
Virginia 18 1,811,275 1.3     57 2.6             57 1,755,200        
Virgin Islands 52 138,131 0.1     3 0.1     3 138,131                
Washington 21 1,621,119 1.2     18 0.8     18 866,423                
West Virginia 34 844,441 0.6     21 1.0             21 683,656        
Wisconsin 20 1,655,754 1.2     69 3.2     42 1,106,179     27 384,000        
Wyoming 51 243,051 0.2     7 0.3     2 67,721     5 165,000        
TOTAL   $140,048,122 100.0 58,246,228 41.6 2,179 100.0 17 $1,453,543 982 $41,156,290 3 $186,076 1,159 $33,970,051 18 $340,598 0 $0
(Percent of Vehicles by Type)           100.0   0.8   45.1   0.1   53.2   0.8   0.0  

NOTE:
$1.6 million was transferred to the Non-urbanized Area Formula Program.
% Flex / Trfs. column equals the Flexible Fund / FHWA Transfer Obligations as a percentage of Total Obligations.
In the 30-40' Category: 11 (NY) are 40 ft; 1 (MI) is 35 ft; all others are 30 ft.
Approximately 76% of the vehicles purchased have lifts.