Section 5310 - By State

TABLE 34
FY 2000 OBLIGATIONS FOR ELDERLY AND PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES PROGRAM
 
 
STATE  RANK TOTAL OBLIGATION AMOUNT % of Total   Flexible Fund / FHWA Trf. Obligs % of Trfs. TOTAL NO. OF VEHICLES   30-40 FT. BUSES   < 30 FT. BUSES   SCHOOL BUSES   VANS   SEDANS/ STATION WAGONS   OTHER  
  # $ # $ # $ # $ # $ # $
 
Alabama 6 $3,700,000 2.6   2,500,000 67.6 38 1.8     3 $121,096     35 $1,114,108        
Alaska 40 419,315 0.3   227,425 54.2 6 0.3         1 27,564 5 175,334        
Arizona 10 2,612,627 1.9   1,500,000 57.4 75 3.6             75 2,321,600        
Arkansas 30 880,019 0.6       32 1.5     4 150,260     28 663,562        
California 1 69,546,089 49.6   62,667,107 90.1 330 15.9     66 3,093,600     264 8,994,167        
Colorado 31 861,153 0.6       19 0.9     16 631,000     3 91,000        
Connecticut 35 672,000 0.5       24 1.2     11 308,000     13 364,000        
Delaware 48 293,852 0.2       7 0.3     7 293,852                
District of Columbia 49 291,611 0.2       9 0.4     5 192,800     4 90,400        
Florida 3 4,639,244 3.3       161 7.7     33 1,340,800     122 3,061,013 6 75,010    
Georgia 14 1,640,232 1.2       0 0.0                        
Hawaii 44 376,045 0.3       12 0.6     3 135,014     7 172,612 2 35,185    
Idaho 43 385,025 0.3       13 0.6     8 167,050     5 95,106        
Illinois 8 2,996,023 2.1       56 2.7     56 2,704,000                
Indiana 16 1,568,010 1.1       55 2.6         1 45,600 54 1,522,410        
Iowa 28 946,671 0.7       0 0.0                        
Kansas 33 792,307 0.6       27 1.3             22 667,000 5 112,800    
Kentucky 25 1,210,112 0.9       42 2.0             42 1,185,112        
Louisiana 24 1,214,053 0.9       36 1.7             36 1,061,600        
Maine 37 483,464 0.3       12 0.6     5 207,360 1 49,552 6 174,308        
Maryland 23 1,219,834 0.9       45 2.2     35 980,794     10 177,200        
Massachusetts 13 1,760,612 1.3       45 2.2     4 176,000     41 1,271,200        
Michigan 9 2,689,126 1.9   127,000 4.7 49 2.4     41 2,377,812     8 187,496        
Minnesota 22 1,237,149 0.9       26 1.3     22 843,480 4 310,128            
Mississippi 32 854,719 0.6       26 1.3     15 576,480     11 173,800        
Missouri 15 1,590,250 1.1       61 2.9             61 1,544,800        
Montana 45 352,572 0.3       11 0.5     9 307,593     2 25,400        
Nebraska 36 556,193 0.4       24 1.2             22 491,400 2 21,600    
Nevada 41 411,680 0.3       10 0.5     10 409,600                
New Hampshire 42 388,460 0.3       11 0.5     7 264,000     4 115,700        
New Jersey 11 2,469,374 1.8   354,000 14.3 47 2.3 1 79,200 40 1,906,800     6 223,200        
New Mexico   0 0.0       0 0.0                        
New York 2 4,912,556 3.5       116 5.6 22 1,721,752 94 2,711,984                
North Carolina   0 0.0       0 0.0                        
North Dakota 47 298,904 0.2       9 0.4     3 116,800     6 179,200        
Ohio 19 1,427,059 1.0       50 2.4             50 1,377,059        
Oklahoma 26 1,043,154 0.7       27 1.3     21 739,220     6 178,500        
Oregon 7 3,603,862 2.6   2,634,626 73.1 83 4.0 2 100,312 32 1,472,420     47 1,606,576 2 37,824    
Pennsylvania 5 3,750,831 2.7       89 4.3     63 2,733,760     26 844,240        
Puerto Rico 29 919,030 0.7       18 0.9     13 683,426     5 149,492        
Rhode Island 39 429,416 0.3       8 0.4             8 425,000        
South Carolina 27 1,008,050 0.7       39 1.9             36 792,288     3 108,000
South Dakota 46 323,437 0.2       11 0.5 2 112,000     1 44,000 2 28,800     6 126,855
Tennessee 18 1,492,836 1.1       48 2.3     8 324,000     40 1,155,920        
Texas 4 3,874,080 2.8       74 3.6     29 1,253,545     45 1,628,757        
Utah 38 454,360 0.3       12 0.6     8 322,216     4 86,708        
Vermont 12 2,327,752 1.7   2,061,803 88.6 15 0.7             15 419,404        
Virginia 17 1,553,327 1.1       49 2.4             49 1,461,600        
Virgin Islands 51 136,122 0.1       3 0.1     3 136,122                
Washington 21 1,288,332 0.9       20 1.0     16 662,319     4 150,680        
West Virginia 34 734,389 0.5       21 1.0             21 616,195        
Wisconsin 20 1,421,596 1.0       71 3.4     46 964,234     25 315,202        
Wyoming 50 224,993 0.2       7 0.3 1 35,000         6 180,364        
 
 
TOTAL   $140,281,907 100.0   72,071,961 51.4 2,079 100.0 28 $2,048,264 736 $29,307,437 8 $476,844 1,281 $37,559,513 17 $282,419 9 $234,855
(Percent of Vehicles by Type)             100.0     1.3   35.4   0.4   61.6   0.8   0.4  
 
 
NOTES: $4.8 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: 22 (NY) buses are 40 ft; 3 (SD,WY) are 35 ft; 3 (NJ,OR) buses are 30 ft. In the Other Category: SC is Commuter/Suburban; SD is Used Bus.
Approximately 73% of the vehicles purchased have lifts.