Urbanized Area Formula Program - Number and Obligations for Motor Vehicles by Type

TABLE 19
FY 2001 URBANIZED AREA FORMULA PROGRAM OBLIGATIONS FOR MOTOR VEHICLES


URBANIZED AREA 40-ft Buses # $ 35 ft Buses # $ 30-ft Buses # $ <30-ft Buses # $ Articulated Bus # $ Van/Sta. Wgn. # $ Trolley Bus # $ Other # $ TOTAL # $
OVER 1 MILLION POP.                                    
Atlanta, GA 15 $3,806,704     0 ($162,880) 7 364,000     27 $1,210,560     0 (138,448) 49 $5,079,936
Baltimore, MD             5 202,000                 5 202,000
Boston, MA 124 18,944,104                             124 18,944,104
Chicago, IL-IN (IL) 71 16,720,000         25 1,175,200 2 1,049,519             98 18,944,719
Chicago, IL-IN (IN)                     18 838,800         18 838,800
Cincinnati, OH-KY 40 1,103,200                             40 1,103,200
Cleveland, OH 47 12,540,553         0 (2,181,881)     28 1,440,000     13 3,194,070 88 14,992,742
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX     12 3,135,000 1 100,000 2 144,800     2 57,000         17 3,436,800
Detroit, MI 76 15,385,073 (8) (1,672,842)     46 2,562,637         (1) (265,834)     113 16,009,034
Ft. Laud-Hllywd-Pmp Bch, FL 14 3,914,779         14 825,000                 28 4,739,779
Houston, TX 27 5,381,184         5 488,000                 32 5,869,184
Kansas City, MO-KS 20 4,050,082                 5 95,249         25 4,145,331
Los Angeles, CA 360 111,154,592     4 384,666 17 3,281,528 4 1,489,490 4 202,400     5 1,568,739 394 118,081,415
Miami-Hialeah, FL         16 2,404,000                     16 2,404,000
Milwaukee, WI                     5 120,000         5 120,000
Minneapolis-St. Paul, MN 60 12,339,532         173 6,051,117                 233 18,390,649
New Orleans, LA                     20 901,010         20 901,010
New York, NY-NENJ (NJ)             2 110,000                 2 110,000
New York, NY-NENJ (NY) 55 14,495,545 28 6,480,000     6 942,000     40 1,876,800     1 17,897,423 130 41,691,768
Norfolk-VA Bch-Nwpt Nws, VA 27 6,521,000                 29 915,960         56 7,436,960
Philadelphia, PA-NJ 110 22,838,735                             110 22,838,735
Pittsburgh, PA 1 80,000 1 216,000     3 118,980                 5 414,980
Portland, OR-WA 12 2,667,568                             12 2,667,568
Riverside-San Bernardino, CA 34 9,749,638         3 137,421     25 1,167,500         62 11,054,559
Sacramento, CA 15 2,741,242 3 365,294     3 135,617     2 56,000         23 3,298,153
San Antonio, TX 57 11,549,476                             57 11,549,476
San Diego, CA 88 20,614,405                 12 784,350         100 21,398,755
San Francisco-Oakland, CA 80 25,295,000     21 5,789,042 10 1,077,620     13 750,015 24 16,042,691     148 48,954,368
San Jose, CA 38 10,599,942                             38 10,599,942
San Juan, PR             2 200,000                 2 200,000
Seattle, WA 90 20,059,644     72 14,128,000 23 4,779,356 98 24,521,000 25 450,000         308 63,938,000
St. Louis, MO-IL 44 9,915,207         19 1,064,000     22 1,245,832         85 12,225,039
Tampa-St. Pete-Clrwtr, FL 15 4,650,000         6 450,000     17 524,000         38 5,624,000
Washington, DC-MD-VA                             2 490,000 2 490,000
SUB-TOTAL 1,520 $367,117,205 36 $8,523,452 114 $22,642,828 371 $21,927,395 104 $27,060,009 294 $12,635,476 23 $15,776,857 21 $23,011,784 2,483 $498,695,006
200,000 - 1 MILLION POP.                                    
Akron, OH 5 1,550,000         6 $354,000                 11 $1,904,000
Albany-Schenectady-Troy, NY 0 2,370         12 600,000                 12 602,370
Albuquerque, NM         4 1,200,000                     4 1,200,000
Allntn-Bthlm-Estn, PA-NJ 0 700,000 0 700,000                         0 1,400,000
Anchorage, AK                     34 1,304,000         34 1,304,000
Ann Arbor, MI 3 720,000 3 624,000     1 200,000                 7 1,544,000
Augusta, GA-SC     4 624,000                         4 624,000
Austin, TX 45 10,736,624                             45 10,736,624
Bakersfield, CA 17 5,908,675 (17) (5,908,675)             9 717,092         9 717,092
Baton Rouge, LA     4 826,843                         4 826,843
Birmingham, AL 17 4,279,240                             17 4,279,240
Bridgeport-Milford, CT                     6 232,000         6 232,000
Buffalo-Niagara Falls, NY 15 3,988,192         5 200,000                 20 4,188,192
Canton, OH 1 208,000     10 1,906,424 2 112,000                 13 2,226,424
Charleston, SC             4 200,000                 4 200,000
Charlotte, NC 23 5,383,749     26 1,260,609         20 400,000         69 7,044,358
Chattanooga, TN-GA     6 1,040,000             1 27,200         7 1,067,200
Colorado Springs, CO     3 637,200             5 186,750 2 120,000 3 888,000 13 1,831,950
Columbus, GA-AL                         1 222,560     1 222,560
Columbus, OH 2 514,000                             2 514,000
Dvnprt-Rck Isl-Moline, IA-IL             6 497,255                 6 497,255
Daytona Beach, FL                     3 151,200         3 151,200
Des Moines, IA 5 1,040,507     2 166,804 4 320,000 1 327,493             12 1,854,804
Durham, NC     30 5,871,174 3 568,000                     33 6,439,174
Fayetteville, NC     4 295,848     1 60,000     7 229,000         12 584,848
Flint, MI     10 1,080,000             10 283,347         20 1,363,347
Fort Myers-Cape Coral, FL         10 2,302,270         21 785,785         31 3,088,055
Fresno, CA 5 1,320,000             10 3,960,000             15 5,280,000
Grand Rapids, MI 4 1,003,541                 45 1,160,200         49 2,163,741
Greenville, SC     9 1,742,425             3 96,000         12 1,838,425
Harrisburg, PA             2 320,680     10 405,000         12 725,680
Hartford-Middletown, CT         2 563,942 11 407,152     4 182,400         17 1,153,494
Indianapolis, IN     9 1,684,703 5 1,600,000 27 1,200,000                 41 4,484,703
Jacksonville, FL 12 1,556,624                             12 1,556,624
Knoxville, TN         3 900,000         7 207,500 1 195,880     11 1,303,380
Lansing-E. Lansing, MI             0 (20,834)     0 50,991         0 30,157
Las Vegas, NV 0 (624,949)         (19) (1,153,404) 0 1,079,726 78 3,597,468         59 2,898,841
Lawrence-Haverhill, MA-NH                     20 573,600         20 573,600
Little Rock-N. Little Rock, AR     3 743,171             3 104,556         6 847,727
Lorain-Elyria, OH         1 40,000                     1 40,000
Louisville, KY-IN 4 838,300     17 3,368,140                     21 4,206,440
Melbourne-Palm Bay, FL         4 980,000         20 543,243 1 240,000     25 1,763,243
Memphis, TN-AR-MS 20 4,320,000     20 1,920,000     8 2,560,000             48 8,800,000
Mobile, AL                     3 80,000 2 524,000     5 604,000
Modesto, CA     11 2,739,000                         11 2,739,000
Montgomery, AL                     1 30,000         1 30,000
Nashville, TN             12 576,000     3 59,165         15 635,165
New Haven-Meriden, CT             17 639,200                 17 639,200
Omaha, NE-IA     14 3,128,160     2 72,000                 16 3,200,160
Orlando, FL                     25 718,850         25 718,850
Oxnard-Ventura, CA 4 1,363,000         3 500,000                 7 1,863,000
Pensacola, FL                         4 650,000     4 650,000
Providence-Pawtucket, RI-MA     2 440,000 2 320,000 7 320,000     9 368,000         20 1,448,000
Provo-Orem, UT                     15 317,000         15 317,000
Raleigh, NC 2 510,717     2 324,862                     4 835,579
Reno, NV                     12 912,000         12 912,000
Richmond, VA 10 2,080,000                             10 2,080,000
Rochester, NY                     4 160,000     11 3,304,768 15 3,464,768
Sarasota-Bradenton, FL     3 810,000 4 950,000 9 650,000     2 53,000 3 548,500     21 3,011,500
South Bend-Mishawaka, IN-MI     9 2,156,000     1 76,000                 10 2,232,000
Springfield, MA-CT         2 372,058 9 352,848     30 400,000 3 672,000     44 1,796,906
Stockton, CA 0 738,530         7 804,000             5 1,600,000 12 3,142,530
Syracuse, NY             9 504,000                 9 504,000
Tacoma, WA 5 1,348,531                             5 1,348,531
Toledo, OH-MI             10 520,000                 10 520,000
Tucson, AZ 6 1,520,000                 14 642,400         20 2,162,400
Tulsa, OK     4 (427,980)             3 152,865         7 (275,115)
W.Plm Bch-Bc Rtn-Dlry Bch, FL 9 2,300,000     7 1,750,000 0 (6,630)                 16 4,043,370
Wilmington, DE-MD-NJ-PA 21 5,556,783         9 420,022                 30 5,976,805
Worcester, MA-CT             1 48,000     10 301,556         11 349,556
Youngstown-Warren, OH     12 1,008,000             1 164,850         13 1,172,850
SUB-TOTAL 235 $58,862,434 123 $19,813,869 124 $20,493,109 158 $8,772,289 19 $7,927,219 438 $15,597,018 17 $3,172,940 19 $5,792,768 1,133 $140,431,646
LESS THAN 200,000 POP.                                    
Alabama             6 $489,388     6 $167,688         12 $657,076
Arizona         2 262,077         1 42,400     1 83,474 4 387,951
Arkansas             5 184,744                 5 184,744
California 29 7,586,168 8 1,753,000 50 9,117,840 16 1,414,217     16 761,100     6 947,063 125 21,579,388
Colorado             3 623,044                 3 623,044
Connecticut 62 14,692,800 (10) (2,280,000)     46 2,728,000                 98 15,140,800
Delaware             6 334,010                 6 334,010
Florida         3 515,446 38 2,788,411     8 242,656 1 160,000     50 3,706,513
Georgia     1 200,000 1 184,000 2 148,771     1 49,600         5 582,371
Idaho     2 413,796     6 288,000                 8 701,796
Illinois             1 50,130                 1 50,130
Indiana         4 806,074 5 275,200     1 30,000     3 404,915 13 1,516,189
Iowa             6 268,920     7 149,230         13 418,150
Kansas             4 168,000                 4 168,000
Kentucky             1 84,000                 1 84,000
Louisiana     3 504,000     2 400,000     3 124,500         8 1,028,500
Maine     1 196,140     1 84,784                 2 280,924
Maryland 40 10,503,000     2 368,000 1 52,000     1 38,400         44 10,961,400
Massachusetts         1 40,000 2 160,000     10 336,000 3 362,000     16 898,000
Michigan             14 1,152,840     17 410,918         31 1,563,758
Minnesota 7 1,434,041 1 220,000     8 670,400             2 672,117 18 2,996,558
Mississippi             2 83,000     1 22,914         3 105,914
Missouri                     2 40,000         2 40,000
Nebraska     5 863,200                         5 863,200
New Hampshire     1 200,000     11 1,709,152     10 464,000     3 36,000 25 2,409,152
New Mexico     1 228,250             1 12,800         2 241,050
New York 4 969,065 2 169,026             1 20,000 1 16,000     8 1,174,091
North Carolina         4 848,000 3 170,703                 7 1,018,703
North Dakota             3 128,000                 3 128,000
Ohio                     2 91,800         2 91,800
Oklahoma         9 747,000                     9 747,000
Oregon             2 701,137                 2 701,137
Pennsylvania     4 1,032,150     2 104,000                 6 1,136,150
Puerto Rico             2 184,000     2 76,800 1 124,000     5 384,800
South Carolina             9 761,571     4 147,540 1 224,100     14 1,133,211
South Dakota             5 314,370                 5 314,370
Tennessee                     3 90,131         3 90,131
Texas 6 1,447,630 4 920,301 2 470,082 39 3,503,879     11 642,000         62 6,983,892
Utah     2 417,896     1 41,336                 3 459,232
Vermont     6 1,312,896     4 240,000     2 47,512 2 293,504     14 1,893,912
Virginia     8 1,829,600 5 1,377,173 5 233,600     4 112,800         22 3,553,173
Washington             4 186,712     31 731,000         35 917,712
Wyoming                     6 227,200 1 44,000     7 271,200
SUB TOTAL 148 $36,632,704 39 $7,980,255 83 $14,735,692 265 $20,726,319 0 $0 151 $5,078,989 10 $1,223,604 15 $2,143,569 711 $88,521,132
TOTAL 1,903 $462,612,343 198 $36,317,576 321 $57,871,629 794 $51,426,003 123 $34,987,228 883 $33,311,483 50 $20,173,401 55 $30,948,121 4,327 $727,647,784