Historical Information - New Starts - Capital Program New Starts Funding by System (FY 1970-2000)

TABLE 82
  CAPITAL PROGRAM --- NEW STARTS OBLIGATIONS
  FY 1970 - 2000
(Millions of Dollars)
  UZA FY 70-87 FY 88 FY 89 FY 90 FY 91 FY 92 FY 93 FY 94 FY 95 FY 96 FY 97 FY 98 FY 99 FY 00   TOTAL BY UZA
 
  ALASKA [INTER-ISL FERRY AUTH]               $6.3     $6.3
  ALBUQUERQUE LRT PROJECT       2.0   2.0
  ATLANTA, GA:            
  Phase A [MARTA Rapid Rail] $808.5         808.5
  Phase B1 [MARTA Rapid Rail] 131.0         131.0
  Phase B2/C/D [MARTA Rapid Rail] 343.0 145.0 69.6   30.2 62.0 18.9   11.1 60.3 0.0 108.4 51.7 44.3   944.4
  DeKalb County Study           0.7 1.0       1.6
  AUSTIN CAPITAL METRO       3.0   3.0
  BALTIMORE, MD:            
  SEC. A 627.6         627.6
  SEC. B (NW EXT) 8.8         8.8
  CENT.LRT LINE     2.6         16.9 27.8 27.4 10.3   1.0     85.9
  BALT, MD-WASH,DC [MARC COMM.RAIL]   9.9 16.6 20.7 9.9 33.0   47.8 1.4   139.2
  BOSTON, MA [NORTH SHORE]     1.0     1.0
  BOSTON, MA [SOUTH PIERS]           11.0 38.0   43.8 20.0 29.8   46.1 53.6   242.2
  BOSTON, MA [URBAN RING]       1.1     1.0 0.7     2.8
  BUFFALO, NY 408.5         408.5
  BURLINGTON-CHARLOTTE, VT [Comm. rail]           3.7 1.9 1.0     6.6
  BURLINGTON-ESSEX, VT [Comm. rail]     0.1 2.0   2.1
  CANTON-AKRON-CLEVELAND, OH [Comm. rail]           0.8     1.0   7.7   2.0 2.2   13.7
  CHARLESTON, SC [MONOBEAM PRJT]     1.5     1.5
  CHARLOTTE, NC           0.1           1.0   2.0   3.1
  CHICAGO, IL       1.0 0.7 17.1   16.4 91.5 14.2   22.3 6.0 3.4   172.6
  Northern Indiana           0.5   7.0 3.9   11.4
  CINCINNATI, OH     1.3 1.2 1.0 3.0   0.5 2.8   9.8
  CLEVELAND, OH   1.5 1.0   4.0   1.8 0.5 2.7   11.5
  DALLAS, TX:            
  South Oak Cliff LRT   82.6   60.5 16.9           160.0
  North Central LRT       1.2 1.5 13.7   26.9 49.0   92.3
  RAILTRAN     2.5   8.9 0.0   15.1 19.9   46.4
  DAYTON [LRT STUDY]     1.0     1.0
  DENVER, CO [I-25 Busway]       36.5 33.4           69.9
  DENVER, CO [Southwest LRT Extension]           2.8 22.9 39.7 34.3   99.8
  DENVER SOUTHEAST       3.4   3.4
  DENVER, CO (PITKEN CO.) [RAIL]     1.2     1.2
  DETROIT, MI (RAIL) 6.7       0.2       0.2   7.1
  DETROIT, MI (CATS) 110.1         110.1
  FT LAUD/MIAMI/WPLMBCH, FL [TRI-RAIL]   4.6 9.9 9.9 9.9 8.9 8.0   4.5   55.8
  GALVESTON RAIL TROLLEY       0.5   0.5
  HARTFORD       1.6   1.6
  HONOLULU       3.0   3.0
  HONOLULU, HI [Rapid Transit-cancelled]         10.5 20.9         31.4
  HOUSTON, TX [Regional Bus Plan/MIS] 102.9 46.8       6.4 188.6   69.7 22.4 0.0 1.0 61.2 161.9   660.9
  INDIANAPOLIS, IN [Northeast Corridor MIS]             1.3       1.3
  JACKSON, MS [INTERMODAL CORR.]     5.5     5.5
  JACKSONVILLE, FL (ASE) 17.0   5.8   28.8     15.1     9.6 14.9       91.1
  JEFFERSON CITY-CROSS STATE (MO)       0.5   0.5
  KANSAS CITY, MO-KS           0.4   0.2 0.5   3.0   0.5 1.0   5.5
  KNOXVILLE [ELECTRIC TRANSIT]     0.7     0.7
  LAS VEGAS [RTC FIXED GUIDEWAY]     5.0 7.4   12.4
  LITTLE ROCK, AR [RIVER RAIL PRJT.]     1.8 1.0   2.8
  LOS ANGELES, CA            
  Metrorail Extensions 509.1 96.3   329.7 149.2 69.1 109.2   376.5 84.0 0.0 106.9 69.6 53.0   1,952.6
  Orange County         20.3   5.0       25.3
  Rail extension to Riverside / San Bern       3.0   3.0
  LOSSAN       10.0   9.9         19.9
  MEMPHIS, TN [Regional Rail Plan]       0.5     5.3   0.5   6.3
  MIAMI, FL (METRORAIL) 721.9   2.2 1.3   8.4   23.0     756.7
  MIAMI, FL (DPM) 66.1     20.1       7.5     93.7
  MIAMI, FL [DPM Extensions] 0.7   115.5       25.6   17.3   159.1
  MILWAUKEE [COMM. RAIL STUDY]     0.5     0.5
  MINNEAPOLIS, MN [HIAWATHA CORR.]     6.5 17.0   23.5
  MORGANTOWN, WV- PRT Mod.           4.2         4.2
  NASHVILLE COMMUTER RAIL       0.3    
  NEW ORLEANS, LA     2.0 3.8   7.7 6.9   40.2   60.6
  NE NEW JERSEY            
  Secaucus Transfer     132.2 101.0 79.3 104.8 26.9       444.2
  Hudson-Bergen LRT   12.4   76.7   9.9 59.8   166.6   325.4
  Other Projects [Penn Station, etc.]       2.0 2.3   22.5 6.8           6.9   40.5
  NEW JERSEY [Commuter Rail]   3.3   17.1 21.6 0.5         42.5
  NEW YORK CITY, NY           11.0 15.8 64.5 54.8 125.6 35.4 7.0 47.9 4.9   366.9
  NORFOLK-VA BCH, VA [LRT]     9.9     9.9
  NORTH CAROLINA [Research Triangle]             1.3 0.7 12.0   14.0
  ORLANDO, FL     0.7 4.7   2.0 22.6 26.5     56.6
  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK [MAPS]             2.0 1.6     3.6
  PHILADELPHIA, PA [Cross County Study]       1.2       0.2     1.4
  PHOENIX, AZ [LRT]     4.0 9.9   13.9
  PITTSBURGH, PA   24.6   51.4 45.1 11.7         132.7
  PORTLAND, ME-BOSTON, MA       38.3         0.5   38.8
  PORTLAND, OR            
  Banfield 87.0   13.4 7.7   108.1
  Westside/Hillsboro           14.3 67.5 93.3 89.6 128.6 137.0 63.2 22.5 13.8   629.8
  South/North           6.0         6.0
  SACRAMENTO, CA [South LRT Ext.]   1.0 1.0     7.9 20.2 23.3 24.5   78.0
  SAINT LOUIS, MO-IL 2.0           0.9       2.9
  MetroLink [First Phase]     149.5 66.5 56.1 15.9 39.3 15.1 6.1 10.4 10.0   3.4     372.2
  St. Clair County, IL Extension         0.5       8.0   39.7 29.9 34.7 49.1   161.9
  SALT LAKE CITY, UT         6.6   12.5   9.9 9.6 34.8 63.2 69.5 42.2   248.2
  SALT LAKE CITY, UT [COMM. RAIL STDY]     1.2 2.8   4.0
  SAN DIEGO, CA 20.2   0.2       0.5     0.9     1.5 31.5   54.8
  SAN FRANCISCO, CA            
  BART Extensions [Colma/Airport] 192.7       11.7 70.0 105.6   40.3   28.4 29.8 39.7 63.8   582.0
  SAN JOSE/SANTA CLARA COUNTY 192.1     0.4   12.8       32.0 10.0 21.3 26.8 19.6   315.0
  VALLEJO       8.0   8.0
  SAN JUAN, PR [Tren Urbano]       5.0 7.4 0.0 6.1 34.8     53.2
  SCRANTON-LACKWNA CO. - LAUREL RAIL       0.5    
  SEATTLE, WA 112.5 67.2 17.8       1.9     2.6 1.3   25.9 65.2   294.4
  STAMFORD FG CONNECTOR       1.0   1.0
  TAMPA BAY, FL         1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0 1.0   6.0
  TOLEDO, OH     1.0     1.0
  TWIN CITIES [Minneapolis/St.Paul, MN]       2.8     1.5 3.9 33.4   41.6
  WASH, DC [Maryland - METRO]       5.7   5.7
  WASH, DC [Maryland - Route 5 Corridor]       1.0   1.0
  WASH, DC [VIRGINIA RAIL]     0.7 4.0   4.7
  OTHERS 25.7           0.7       26.4
               
               
  TOTALS $4,494.1 $355.3 $361.0 $456.2 $330.0 $311.7 $786.6 $418.5 $1,271.6 $764.9 $598.2 $665.9 $812.1 $1,085.4   $12,711.5
 
 
FY 98 Other includes: Little Rock, AR - $0.2M, Springfield, MO - $0.5M