Section 5309 - Rail Rolling Stock Purchases and Rehab for UZAs

Table 32
FY 2000 CAPITAL PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR RAIL ROLLING STOCK PURCHASES AND REHABILITATION
RAIL ROLLING STOCK PURCHASES
Area Rapid Rail   Light Rail   Comm. Self-Prop.   Comm. Trailer   Locomotive   Rail Dies. Self-Pro   Used Cars   Parts/Assoc. Cap.   Total Purchases   % of Total  
  # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $   $ # $    
                                         
Atlanta, GA 0 14,080,000                             0 14,080,000 8.4  
Baltimore, MD                 0 13,607             0 13,607 0.0  
Chicago, IL                 0 1,300,000             0 1,300,000 0.8  
Cleveland, OH                               192,000 0 192,000 0.1  
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX     0 26,052,881                         0 26,052,881 15.6  
Denver, CO     14 3,169,316                         14 3,169,316 1.9  
Little Rock, AR     1 800,000                         1 800,000 0.5  
Northwestern Indiana         10 3,824,315                     10 3,824,315 2.3  
Pittsburgh, PA     (10) (9,910,468)                         (10) (9,910,468) (5.9)  
Portland-Vanc., OR-WA (OR)     21 6,457,768                         21 6,457,768 3.9  
Sacramento, CA     0 6,930,822                         0 6,930,822 4.1  
Salt Lake City, UT     5 10,236,000                         5 10,236,000 6.1  
San Diego, CA                               2,609,800 0 2,609,800 1.6  
San Francisco, CA     20 49,505,031                         20 49,505,031 29.6  
Seattle, WA                     22 40,694,660         22 40,694,660 24.3  
St. Louis, MO-IL     0 10,543,306                         0 10,543,306 6.3  
Washington, DC-MD-VA (MD)                 0 689,701             0 689,701 0.4  
                                         
                                         
TOTAL 0 $14,080,000 51 $103,784,656 10 $3,824,315 0 $0 0 $2,003,308 22 $40,694,660 0 $0   $2,801,800 83 $167,188,739 100.0  
Percent of Total   8.4   62.1   2.3   0.0   1.2   24.3   0.0   1.7   100.0    
                                         
NOTES: Includes both Fixed Guideway and New System obligations.
A negative obligation indicates that a budget amendment shifted the commitment of funds elsewhere.
If quantity of cars = 0, funds are supplemental to a multi-year purchase agreement. No quantities are shown for spare parts purchase.
 
  RAIL ROLLING STOCK REHABILITATION
Area Rapid Rail   Light Rail   Comm. Self-Prop.   Comm. Trailer   Locomotive   Used Rail Car   Incline Railway   Other   Total Rehab   % of Total  
    $   $   $   $   $   $   $   $   $    
                                         
Chattanooga, TN                           400       $400 0.0  
Chicago, IL   27,021,055                               27,021,055 36.9  
Cleveland, OH       523,064                           523,064 0.7  
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX               1,232,026                   1,232,026 1.7  
Los Angeles, CA                   87,036               87,036 0.1  
New York-NENJ (NJ)               13,200,000                   13,200,000 18.0  
Northwestern Indiana           1,430,129                       1,430,129 2.0  
Philadelphia, PA-NJ (PA)               (7,253,741)   1,325,000               (5,928,741) (8.1)  
Pittsburgh, PA       8,000,000                           8,000,000 10.9  
Sacramento, CA       2,977,700                       400,000   3,377,700 4.6  
San Francisco-Oakland, CA   20,654,583               1,333,471               21,988,054 30.0  
San Jose, CA                   329,529               329,529 0.4  
Seattle, WA           500,000                       500,000 0.7  
Washington, DC-MD-VA (DC)   1,521,600                               1,521,600 2.1  
                                         
TOTAL   $49,197,238   $11,500,764   $1,930,129   $7,178,285   $3,075,036   $0   $400   $400,000   $73,281,852 100.0  
Percent of Total   67.1   15.7   2.6   9.8   4.2   0.0   0.0   0.5   100.0    
                                         
NOTE: Includes both Fixed Guideway and New System obligations.
Other for Sacramento is rehab for spare parts / assoc maintenance.