Section 5309 - Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

TABLE 29
FY 2000 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.                                
Atlanta, GA 102 $26,854,999                         102 $26,854,999
Baltimore, MD 30 6,598,329                         30 6,598,329
Boston, MA     4 800,000     3 400,000             7 1,200,000
Chicago, IL-IN 12 2,066,184     3 505,092 13 720,592             28 3,291,868
Cincinnati, OH-KY 21 4,022,464                         21 4,022,464
Cleveland, OH             8 1,242,158             8 1,242,158
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX         13 2,452,738                 13 2,452,738
Denver, CO         16 3,159,050                 16 3,159,050
Houston, TX 0 33,595,200                         0 33,595,200
Kansas City, MO-KS         4 735,821                 4 735,821
Los Angeles, CA 33 9,195,150                         33 9,195,150
Miami-Hialeah, FL 8 2,440,000                         8 2,440,000
Milwaukee, WI 27 5,870,121                         27 5,870,121
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 39 8,237,576                         39 8,237,576
New York, NY-NENJ 63 26,462,222 12 2,100,972 9 1,973,596 31 2,300,000 29 992,502     6 2,466,994 150 36,296,286
Phoenix, AZ 25 6,603,306 3 784,350 1 261,450                 29 7,649,106
Pittsburgh, PA (4) (977,196)     9 2,448,839                 5 1,471,643
Portland-Vanc, OR-WA 15 3,402,440                         15 3,402,440
Riverside-San Bernrdno, CA 3 979,531                         3 979,531
San Diego, CA 15 3,480,161                         15 3,480,161
San Francisco-Oakland, CA                 4 198,500     3 992,500 7 1,191,000
San Jose, CA                         8 3,435,491 8 3,435,491
Seattle, WA 25 7,890,000                     6 2,218,869 31 10,108,869
St. Louis, MO-IL         14 2,714,190                 14 2,714,190
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL 2 490,547                         2 490,547
Washington, DC-MD-VA (VA) 18 4,874,646         2 403,000             20 5,277,646
 
SUB-TOTAL 434 $152,085,680 19 $3,685,322 69 $14,250,776 57 $5,065,750 33 $1,191,002 0 $0 23 $9,113,854 635 $185,392,384
 
200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.                                
 
Albuquerque, NM         5 1,226,369                 5 $1,226,369
Austin, TX 18 3,950,041                         18 3,950,041
Birmingham, AL 13 3,272,360                         13 3,272,360
Chattanooga, TN-GA     5 976,500                     5 976,500
Columbia, SC 5 1,025,050 19 3,895,190                     24 4,920,240
Columbus, OH 5 1,200,000                         5 1,200,000
Davenport-Rck Isld-Moln, IA-IL 2 456,000     12 2,400,000                 14 2,856,000
Des Moines, IA 3 687,240                         3 687,240
Durham, NC 2 424,000                         2 424,000
El Paso, TX-NM 3 977,196                         3 977,196
Honolulu, HI 6 1,389,815         20 1,120,000             26 2,509,815
Indianapolis, IN 10 2,120,900 14 2,092,280     13 749,320             37 4,962,500
Jacksonville, FL                         5 992,500 5 992,500
Lorain-Elyria, OH                         1 171,689 1 171,689
Louisville, KY-IN 7 1,471,643                         7 1,471,643
Ogden, UT     2 424,000                     2 424,000
Oklahoma City, OK 9 1,884,650 2 522,900         6 323,700         17 2,731,250
Orlando, FL 0 (29,084)                         0 (29,084)
Peoria, IL 3 684,000                         3 684,000
Provo-Orem, UT     2 424,000                     2 424,000
Salt Lake City, UT 12 2,593,948 7 1,484,000     3 667,526             22 4,745,474
Shreveport, LA     3 712,761                     3 712,761
Springfield, MA-CT             2 500,000 3 137,712         5 637,712
Toledo, OH-MI 2 387,526                         2 387,526
Tucson, AZ 9 2,506,698                         9 2,506,698
Tulsa, OK     5 1,155,000         24 1,245,000         29 2,400,000
W.Plm Bch-Bc Rtn-Dlry Bch, FL 4 981,096                         4 981,096
Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ-PA 4 992,500                         4 992,500
Youngstown-Warren, OH     2 387,526                     2 387,526
 
SUB-TOTAL 117 $26,975,579 61 $12,074,157 17 $3,626,369 38 $3,036,846 33 $1,706,412 0 $0 6 $1,164,189 272 $48,583,552
 
50,000-200,000 POP.                                
 
Altoona, PA     0 ($27,205)                     0 ($27,205)
Auburn-Opelika, AL             19 784,075             19 784,075
Binghamton, NY 5 893,248                         5 893,248
Burlington, VT 4 784,876                         4 784,876
Champaign-Urbana, IL                         4 1,280,000 4 1,280,000
Charleston, WV         4 822,587                 4 822,587
Charlottesville, VA 7 1,132,000 3 648,000         13 501,963     1 136,000 24 2,417,963
Clarksville, TN-KY     1 200,000                     1 200,000
Columbia, MO 6 1,212,504     6 1,090,152                 12 2,302,656
Davis, CA 1 340,000                         1 340,000
Decatur, IL     4 912,000                     4 912,000
Dothan, AL             13 942,420 2 50,000         15 992,420
Dubuque, IA-IL             2 356,900             2 356,900
Erie, PA     3 982,129     0 (1,033)             3 981,096
Fargo-Moorhead, ND-MN             2 440,000 1 40,000         3 480,000
Fayetteville-Springdale, AR     3 496,250                     3 496,250
Gainesville, FL 6 1,488,750                         6 1,488,750
Galveston, TX             4 508,000 4 176,000         8 684,000
Greeley, CO                 1 28,260         1 28,260
Greensboro, NC     6 1,207,700     4 146,000 6 175,000         16 1,528,700
Hamilton, OH             3 387,526             3 387,526
Huntington-Ashlnd, WV-KY-OH             6 1,800,000             6 1,800,000
Jackson, TN     2 400,000                     2 400,000
Johnson City, TN             1 52,800             1 52,800
Johnstown, PA             2 564,130             2 564,130
Lakeland, FL 6 1,510,254 5 1,192,736 5 1,226,369 9 594,000             25 4,523,359
Missoula, MT         3 588,657                 3 588,657
Monroe, LA         6 1,228,382                 6 1,228,382
Olympia, WA     5 992,500                     5 992,500
Poughkeepsie, NY             12 1,028,092             12 1,028,092
Roanoke, VA     1 198,500                     1 198,500
Santa Fe, NM         12 1,962,190                 12 1,962,190
Seaside-Monterey, CA     3 620,313                     3 620,313
Sharon, PA-OH         3 600,000 1 24,375         1 120,000 5 744,375
Springfield, IL     2 512,000                     2 512,000
St. Joseph, MO-KS         2 300,000                 2 300,000
State College, PA 5 1,226,369                         5 1,226,369
Tuscaloosa, AL         5 800,000     5 177,196         10 977,196
Utica-Rome, NY             3 144,000             3 144,000
Wheeling, WV-OH         3 617,413     2 59,258         5 676,671
Wilmington, NC                 2 72,000         2 72,000
Yuma, AZ             3 188,313             3 188,313
                                 
SUB TOTAL 40 $8,588,001 38 $8,334,923 49 $9,235,750 84 $7,959,598 36 $1,279,677 0 $0 6 $1,536,000 253 $36,933,949
 
UNDER 50,000 POP.                                
AND RURAL AREAS                                
 
Alabama - Jasper             2 49,625             2 $49,625
Alabama State             34 1,692,997 100 2,977,017         134 4,670,014
Arkansas - State             18 699,708 46 987,542         64 1,687,250
Colorado - Breckinridge 6 1,277,648                         6 1,277,648
Colorado - Crested Butte     1 105,356     1 63,367             2 168,723
Colorado - Durango                         1 28,100 1 28,100
Colorado - Eagle County 2 233,988                         2 233,988
Colorado - Pitken County     5 1,160,654                     5 1,160,654
Colorado State     1 200,000     1 89,898 11 393,995 1 29,739 10 240,000 24 953,632
Delaware - New Castle Co. 9 1,962,190                         9 1,962,190
Illinois State             10 625,600 1 31,200         11 656,800
Iowa State 1 227,420     1 97,940 1 32,439 7 187,039         10 544,838
Kentucky State             1 198,500 90 2,855,346 6 115,000     97 3,168,846
Louisiana State                 16 480,800         16 480,800
Maryland State 6 1,003,680     7 712,960 3 121,282             16 1,837,922
Michigan State             5 230,808 1 14,466         6 245,274
Missouri State                 97 2,573,999         97 2,573,999
Montana - Butte         5 832,600 2 96,000             7 928,600
New Hampshire State     6 1,167,480     9 681,600         2 152,000 17 2,001,080
New Mexico State         4 316,489 15 764,188 54 1,331,712         73 2,412,389
North Carolina - Res. Triang.             4 288,000             4 288,000
North Dakota State         2 121,361 7 252,632             9 373,993
Oklahoma - Enid                 1 31,675         1 31,675
Oklahoma State             35 1,282,164 92 2,619,061         127 3,901,225
Oregon - Corvallis     1 215,129                     1 215,129
Pennsylvania - Kittaning             2 193,999             2 193,999
Pennsylvania State 2 555,000 8 1,710,093     14 797,601 2 69,840         26 3,132,534
Tennessee - Gatlinburg                         1 139,700 1 139,700
Tennessee - Pigeon Forge                         1 200,000 1 200,000
Utah - Park City     2 423,832     0 9,812             2 433,644
Vermont State             1 68,000             1 68,000
Virginia State                 4 160,813     (1) (136,000) 3 24,813
Washington State     2 400,000     7 595,500             9 995,500
West Virginia State             39 2,904,000 26 864,000     5 600,000 70 4,368,000
 
SUB-TOTAL 26 $5,259,926 26 $5,382,544 19 $2,081,350 211 $11,737,720 548 $15,578,505 7 $144,739 19 $1,223,800 856 $41,408,584
 
 
TOTAL 617 $192,909,186 144 $29,476,946 154 $29,194,245 390 $27,799,914 650 $19,755,596 7 $144,739 54 $13,037,843 2,016 $312,318,469
 
NOTES: "Other" category includes Articulated Bus: New York-NENJ; San Jose, CA; Seattle, WA; Champaign-Urbana, IL; Commuter/Suburban: San Francisco-Oakland, CA;
Other: Colorado. All others are standard trolley.
If quantity = 0, funds are supplemental to a previous purchase.
Dollar total does not match Bus Purchase total in Table 27 because this table (Table 29) includes Fixed Guideway and New System funds used to purchase vehicles.