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					Federal Transit Administration Recipient Reported Section 1512 Data for the 2nd quarter of 2011 (A

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Information in this file is derived from data reported by FTA’s recipients as of 07/30/2011 and does not reflect subsequent cha

recipient_state         award_number       recipient_name                  pop_city           recipient_zip_code




                                           TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
                                           FACILITIES, ALASKA
Alaska                  X-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF                   Juneau                     99801-1427




                                           FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR,
Alaska                  AK-96-X002         BOROUGH OF                      Fairbanks                  99701-2813




                                           ASA'CARSARMIUT TRIBAL
Alaska                  AK-86-X005         COUNCIL                         Mountain Village           99632-0249




                                           ALASKA RAILROAD
Alaska                  AK-96-X001-00      CORPORATION                     Anchorage                  99501-1671




Alaska                  AK-96-X003-00      ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF      Anchorage                  99501-2225




Alaska                  AL-96-X003-00      MONTGOMERY, CITY OF             Montgomery                 36104-3728
                         BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON
Alaska   AL-96-X006      COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY    Birmingham   35203-2008




Alaska   AL-96-X002-00   MOBILE, CITY OF             Mobile       36602-2613




Alaska   AL-96-X004      CITY OF HUNTSVILLE          Huntsville   35801-4240




Alaska   AL-77-0001-00   MONTGOMERY, CITY OF         Montgomery   36104-3728




                         TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA
Alaska   AL-96-X007-01   DEPT OF                     Montgomery   36110-2060




                         TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA
Alaska   AL-86-X001-01   DEPT OF                     Montgomery   36110-2060




                         BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON
Alaska   AL-66-X001      COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY    Birmingham   35203-2008




                         TUSCALOOSA COUNTY PARKING
Alaska   AL-96-X001      & TRANSIT AUTHORITY         Tuscaloosa   35405-2623
Alaska           al-96-x005-00   GADSDEN, CITY OF               Gadsden             35901-3700




                                 AMERICAN SAMOA
                                 GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENT OF
American Samoa   AS-86-X001      PUBLIC WORKS              Pago Pago                96799-0001




Arizona          AR-96-X002      FORT SMITH, CITY OF            Fort Smith          72901-2508




Arizona          AR-96-X007-00   PINE BLUFF TRANSIT             Pine Bluff          71601-6838




Arizona          AR-96-X005      TRANSIT PARKING DEPT           Fayetteville        72701-4821




                                 CENTRAL ARKANSAS TRANSIT
Arizona          AR 96-X004      AUTHORITY                      North Little Rock   72114-4647




Arizona          AR-96-X001      OZARK REGIONAL TRANSIT, INC.   Springdale          72764-0309




                                 HIGHWAY AND
                                 TRANSPORTATION, ARKANSAS
Arizona          AR-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                  Little Rock         72209-4206
                              NORTHERN ARIZONA
                              INTERGOVERNMENTAL PUBLIC
Arizona   AZ-96-X003          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Flagstaff       86004-2310




                              TRANSPORTATION, ARIZONA
Arizona   AZ-86-X001-00       DEPT OF                      Phoenix         85007-3213




Arizona   AZ-86-X002          NAVAJO TRANSIT SYSTEM        Fort Defiance   86504-1330




Arizona   AZ-96-X001          CITY OF TUCSON               Tucson          85701-1303




Arizona   AZ-96-X002          PHOENIX, CITY OF             Phoenix         85003-1621




Arizona   AZ-78-0001          CITY OF TUCSON               Tucson          85701-1303




Arizona   AZ-56-0001          PHOENIX, CITY OF             Phoenix         85003-1621




                              STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES
Arizona   DTFT60-09-D-00017   INC.                        New Orleans      85044-5355
                             SANTA BARBARA METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X033      TRANSIT DISTRICT           Santa Barbara       93101-1610




                             ANTELOPE VALLEY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X038      AUTHORITY                      Lancaster       93534-7124




                             SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF
California   CA-96-X027-00   GOVERNMENTS                    San Diego       92101-4231




                             SAN FRANCISCO, CITY & COUNTY
California   CA-96-X014      OF                           San Francisco     94103-1546




                             SAN JOAQUIN REGIONAL TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X045      DISTRICT RTD                 Stockton          95202-3024




California   CA-96-X081-00   REDONDO BEACH, CITY OF (INC)   Redondo Beach   90277-2836




                             SAN MATEO COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X021      DISTRICT                       San Carlos      94070-2468




California   CA-96-X011      FRESNO, CITY OF                Fresno          93706-1631
                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-66-X005      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Los Angeles   90012-2952




                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X057      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Los Angeles   90012-2952




California   CA-96-X063      LOMPOC, CITY OF              Lompoc        93436-6969




California   CA-66-X010      SANTA ROSA, CITY OF          Santa Rosa    95404-4906




                             TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                Sacramento    95814-5680




                             SANTA CRUZ METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X030-03   TRANSIT DISTRICT             Santa Cruz    95060-2130




California   CA-96-X006      GOLD COAST TRANSIT           Oxnard        93030-6048




California   Ca-96-X064      IMPERIAL, COUNTY (INC)       El Centro     92243-2839
California   CA-66-X013      VACAVILLE, CITY OF           Vacaville        95688-6908




California   CA-96-X082-00   ROSEVILLE, CITY OF           Roseville        95678-2649




                             GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY
California   CA-96-X028      & TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT   San Francisco     94129-0601




California   CA-96-X008      SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY       Thousand Palms   92276-3501




                             TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                Sacramento       95814-5680




                             EASTERN CONTRA COSTA
California   CA-96-X055      TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Antioch          94509-7500




California   CA-66-X016      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF           Fairfield        94533-4836




                             ORANGE COUNTY
                             TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
California   CA-66-X009      SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, INC. Orange           92868-4506
California   CA-96-X062-00   MADERA, CITY OF              MADERA            93637-3527




California   CA-96-X066-00   REDDING AREA BUS AUTHORITY   Redding           96001-2718




                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-56-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Los Angeles       90012-2952




                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X012      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Los Angeles       90012-2952




California   CA-66-X014      CITY OF VALLEJO              Vallejo           94590-5939




California   CA-96-X034      CITY OF VALLEJO              Vallejo           94590-5939




                             TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-96-X074-01   DEPARTMENT OF                San Luis Obispo   93401-7597




                             SANTA CLARA VALLEY
California   CA-96-X029-02   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     San Jose          95134-1906
California   CA-96-X068      BENICIA, CITY OF       Benicia       94510-3239




California   CA-96-X052-01   LODI, CITY OF (INC)    Lodi          95240-2019




California   CA-96-X056-00   SANTA MARIA, CITY OF   Santa Maria   93454-5163




California   CA-96-X023      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF     Fairfield     94533-4836




                             ALAMEDA-CONTRA COSTA
California   CA-77-0003      TRANSIT DISTRICT       Oakland       94612-2806




California   CA-96-X031      SONOMA, COUNTY OF      Santa Rosa    95403-2819




California   CA-96-X075      CLAREMONT, CITY OF     Claremont     91711-4719




California   CA-96-X069-00   NAPA, COUNTY OF        Napa          94559-2951
                             LONG BEACH PUBLIC
California   CA-96-X007-00   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY        Long Beach      90813-3907




                             VENTURA COUNTY
California   CA-96-X020      TRANSPORTATION COMMSSION      Ventura         93003-5482




                             SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
California   CA-96-X046-01   REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY       Los Angeles     90017-4101




California   CA-96-X035      SANTA ROSA, CITY OF           Santa Rosa      95404-4906




                             GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE, HIGHWAY
California   CA-66-X019      & TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT   San Francisco     94129-0601




California   CA-96-X083      MONTEBELLO, CITY OF           Montebello      90640-5057




California   CA-86-X005      SUSANVILLE INDIAN RANCHERIA   Susanville      96130-3628




California   CA-77-0004      SANTA CLARITA CITY OF         Santa Clarita   91355-5316
California   CA-96-X073      MODESTO, CITY OF (INC)     Modesto       95354-0847




                             SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
California   CA-96-X001-00   RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT     Oakland       94612-3534




California   CA-96-X003      TRACY, CITY OF (INC)       Tracy         95376-4062




California   CA-96-X039      NORWALK, CITY OF           Norwalk       90650-3144




California   CA-96-X032      MANTECA, CITY OF           Manteca       95337-4302




                             SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
California   CA-56-0003-00   RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT     Oakland       94612-3534




                             PENINSULA CORRIDOR JOINT
California   CA-96-X022      POWERS BOARD               San Carlos    94070-2468




California   CA-96-x010      FOOTHILL TRANSIT           West Covina   91790-2944
California   CA-96-X054      PLACER, COUNTY OF           Auburn        95603-2640




California   CA-96-X019      TURLOCK, CITY OF            Turlock       95380-5456




California   CA-96-X084      LA MIRADA, CITY OF          La Mirada     90638-3028




                             NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-77-0005      DISTRICT                    Oceanside     92054-2825




California   CA-96-X051      GARDENA, CITY OF            Gardena       90249-4150




                             BUTTE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF
California   CA-96-X070-00   GOVERNMENTS                 Chico         95928-8440




                             RESERVATION TRANSPORTATION
California   CA-86-X004      AUTHORITY                  Pauma Valley   92590-2892




                             NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X016      DISTRICT                    Oceanside     92054-2825
California   CA-96-X005      SIMI VALLEY, CITY OF       Simi Valley      93063-2117




California   CA-96-X058-00   OMNITRANS                  San Bernardino   92411-2401




California   CA-96-X013-00   LOS ANGELES, CITY OF       Los Angeles      90012-3719




                             SACRAMENTO REGIONAL
California   CA-96-X060      TRANSIT DIST.              Sacramento       95816-6406




California   CA-96-X009-00   SAN JOAQUIN, COUNTY OF     Stockton         95202-2620




California   CA-56-0002-00   SAN JOAQUIN, COUNTY OF     Stockton         95202-2620




California   CA-96-X043-00   RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY   Riverside        92507-3484




California   CA-96-X079      CITY OF CORONA             Corona           92882-2187
California   CA-96-X044      SANTA MONICA, CITY OF      Santa Monica    90401-3324




California   CA-96-X072      COMMERCE, CITY OF          Commerce        90040-1410




California   CA-96-X042      CULVER CITY, CITY OF       Culver City     90232-2703




                             SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
California   CA-66-x017-00   REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY    Los Angeles     90017-4101




                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY   Los Angeles     90012-2952




                             VICTOR VALLEY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X061      AUTHORITY                  Hesperia        92345-8305




California   CA-96-X080-00   CITY OF RIVERSIDE          Riverside       92522-0002




California   CA-96-X071      SANTA CLARITA CITY OF      Santa Clarita   91355-5316
                                 KAL KRISHNAN CONSULTING
California   DTFT60-09-D-00024   SERVICES INC                  Los Angeles     94612-3544




California   DTFT60-09-D-00018   PGH WONG ENGINEERING          San Francisco   94105-3801




California                       ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC.
             DTFT60-09-D-00022 / DTFT6009D00022T11004          New York        90071-2955




California   DTFT60-07-D-00011   CDI/DCI JOINT VENTURE         Pasadena        91101-4754




                                 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado     CO-56-0001          DISTRICT                      Denver          80202-1662




                                 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado     CO-96-X002          DISTRICT                      Denver          80202-1662




Colorado     CO-96-X003-00       FORT COLLINS, CITY OF         Fort Collins    80524-4402




                                 REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado     CO-77-0002          DISTRICT                      Aurora          80202-1662
Colorado      CO-96-X005          COUNTY OF MESA              Whitewater         81501-2642




Colorado      CO-96-X001-00       CITY OF PUEBLO              Pueblo             81003-4201




Colorado      CO-96-X006-1        GREELEY, CITY OF            Greeley            80631-3863




                                  REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado      CO-77-0001          DISTRICT                    Boulder            80202-1662




                                  TRANSPORTATION, COLORADO
Colorado      CO-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF               Denver             80222-3406




                                  MOUNTAIN METROPOLITAN
Colorado      CO-96-X004          TRANSIT                     Colorado Springs   80903-4637




Colorado      DTFT60-09-D-00014   CH2M HILL, INC.             Englewood          80112-5946




                                  TRANSPORTATION,
Connecticut   CT-56-0002-00       CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF   Newington          06111-4113
                              GREATER BRIDGEPORT TRANSIT
Connecticut   CT-96-X002-00   DISTRICT (INC)             Bridgeport    06610-3212




                              TRANSPORTATION,
Connecticut   CT-96-X004-00   CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF    Newington   06111-4113




                              TRANSPORTATION,
Connecticut   CT-96-X003-01   CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF    Newington   06111-4113




                              GREATER BRIDGEPORT TRANSIT
Connecticut   CT-66-X002-00   DISTRICT (INC)             Bridgeport    06610-3212




Connecticut   CT-96-X001      NORWALK TRANSIT DISTRICT     Norwalk     06854-4615




Connecticut   CT-66-X001-00   STAMFORD, CITY OF            Stamford    06901-2902




                              TRANSPORTATION,
Connecticut   CT-77-0001      CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF    Newington   06111-4113




                              TRANSPORTATION,
Connecticut   CT-86-X001-00   CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF    Newington   06111-4113
                                           METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
District of Columbia   DC-78-0001          COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS     Washington   20002-4290




                                           WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN
District of Columbia   DC-96-X001          AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Washington   20001-2610




                                           WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN
District of Columbia   DC-56-0001          AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Washington   20001-2610




District of Columbia   DTFT60-08-C-00015   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE       Washington   20011-7804




District of Columbia   DTFT60-08-C-00018   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE       Washington   20011-7804




District of Columbia   DTFT60-09D-00016    HILL INTERNATIONAL, INC.   Washington   20005-5961




District of Columbia   DTFT60-08-C-00018   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE       Washington   20011-7804




                                           TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE
Delaware               DE-96-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF              Dover        19901-4667
                           TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE
Delaware   DE-77-0001-00   DEPARTMENT OF              Dover               19901-4667




Florida    FL-96-X014      OKALOOSA, COUNTY OF        Fort Walton Beach   32547-1285




Florida    FL-96-X028      MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF      Miami               33128-1903




                           JACKSONVILLE
                           TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Florida    FL-96-X012      (INC)                      Jacksonville        32204-1310




Florida    FL-77-0002      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH      West Palm Beach     33401-4705




                           WEST FLORIDA REGIONAL
Florida    FL-96-X022-00   PLANNING COUNCIL           Panama City         32514-6477




Florida    FL-96-X026      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH      West Palm Beach     33401-4705




Florida    FL-96-X001-01   BROWARD, COUNTY OF         Pompano Beach       33301-1818
Florida   FL-96-x029      MARTIN, COUNTY OF         Stuart          34996-3322




Florida   FL-96-X018      INDIAN RIVER, COUNTY OF   Vero Beach      32960-3328




                          HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X013-00   AUTHORITY                 Tampa           33605-2311




Florida   FL-96-X019-00   COUNTY OF COLLIER         Naples          34112-3969




Florida   FL-77-0001-00   BROWARD, COUNTY OF        Pompano Beach   33301-1818




Florida   FL-96-X024-00   OCALA, CITY OF            Ocala           34471-2148




                          TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-56-0003-00   DEPARTMENT OF             Pompano Beach   33064-2046




Florida   FL-96-X010-00   CHARLOTTE, COUNTY OF      Punta Gorda     33948-1068
Florida   FL-96-X005-00   COUNTY OF POLK               Bartow           33830-3760




Florida   FL-96-X020      PASCO, COUNTY OF             Port Richey      34654-5598




Florida   FL-96-X025      ST LUCIE, COUNTY OF          Fort Pierce      34982-5632




                          LAKELAND AREA MASS TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X021-00   DISTRICT                     Lakeland         33815-1312




Florida   FL-66-X004      GAINESVILLE, CITY OF         Gainesville      32601-5456




Florida   FL-66-X003      GAINESVILLE, CITY OF         Gainesville      32601-5456




                          PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X004      AUTHORITY INC                St. Petersburg   33716-1004




Florida   FL-96-X006      LEE, COUNTY OF               Fort Myers       33901-3010
                          CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL
                          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Florida   FL-96-X003-00   (INC)                       Orlando         32801-1518




Florida   FL-96-X007-00   COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA          Pensacola       32502-5833




Florida   FL-56-0005-00   MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF       Miami           33128-1903




Florida   FL-96-X027      SARASOTA, COUNTY OF (INC)   Sarasota        34236-6808




Florida   FL-96-X023      BREVARD, COUNTY OF          Cocoa           32922-8632




Florida   FL-96-X017      LAKE, COUNTY OF             Tavares         32778-3813




                          TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-96-X015-00   DEPARTMENT OF               Pompano Beach   33064-2046




                          MANATEE COUNTY AREA
Florida   FL-96-X002-00   TRANSIT                     Bradenton       34208-3928
                              TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF                Tallahassee    32399-6544




                              VOLUSIA TRANSIT MANAGEMENT,
Florida   FL-96-X016-01       INC.                        South Daytona   32119-2518




Florida   DTFT60-09-D-00023   ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC    Salem          32810-6161




                              TRANSPORTATION, GEORGIA
Georgia   GA-96-X012-00       DEPARTMENT OF                Atlanta        30308-3607




                              CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT
Georgia   GA-96-X010          AUTHORITY                    Savannah       31401-6263




                              METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID
Georgia   GA-96-X005          TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Atlanta        30324-3311




                              TRANSPORTATION, GEORGIA
Georgia   GA-86-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF                Atlanta        30308-3607




Georgia   GA-96-X007-00       COUNTY OF DOUGLAS            Douglasville   30134-2264
Georgia   GA-96-X003      CHEROKEE, COUNTY OF          Canton          30114-2791




Georgia   GA-96-X004-01   GWINNETT, COUNTY OF          Lawrenceville   30045-6935




                          GEORGIA REGIONAL
Georgia   GA-96-X008-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Atlanta         30303-1222




Georgia   GA-96-X006-00   COLUMBUS, COUNTY OF          Columbus        31901-2736




                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID
Georgia   GA-56-0001      TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Atlanta         30324-3311




Georgia   GA-96-X009-00   COUNTY OF AUGUSTA-RICHMOND Augusta           30901-4480




                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID
Georgia   GA-77-0001      TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Decatur         30324-3311




Georgia   GA-96-X001      HENRY, COUNTY OF             McDonough       30253-6696
                              METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID
Georgia   GA-66-X001          TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Atlanta      30324-3311




Georgia   GA-96-X002          COUNTY OF COBB               Marietta     30090-7000




                              MCNEAL PROFESSIONAL
Georgia   DTFT60-10-C-00012   SERVICES, INC.               Washington   30144-3523




                              GUAM REGIONAL TRANSIT
Guam      GU-86-X001-00       AUTHORITY                    Hagatna      96910-0212




Hawaii    HI-96-X001-00       HONOLULU, CITY & COUNTY OF   Honolulu     96813-3017




                              TRANSPORTATION, HAWAII
Hawaii    HI-86-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF                Honolulu     96813-5097




Iowa      IA-96-X004          DUBUQUE, THE CITY OF (INC)   Dubuque      52001-4864




                              DES MOINES AREA REGIONAL
Iowa      IA-96-X002          TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Des Moines   50309-4530
                        TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT
Iowa    IA-96-X001      OF                          Ames          50010-6915




Iowa    IA-77-0001      AMES, CITY OF               Ames          50010-8630




                        TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT
Iowa    IA-86-X001      OF                          Ames          50010-6915




Iowa    IA-96-X007-00   DAVENPORT, CITY OF          Davenport     52801-1308




Iowa    IA-78-0001      AMES, CITY OF               Ames          50010-8630




Idaho   ID-66-X002-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT     Meridian      83642-2611




Idaho   ID-86-X002      NEZ PERCE TRIBE             Lapwai        83540-0365




                        TARGHEE REGIONAL PUBLIC
Idaho   ID-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Idaho Falls   83402-5072
Idaho      ID-86-X003-00   THE COEUR D'ALENE TRIBE   Plummer         83851-0408




Idaho      ID-86-X004      SHOSHONE-BANNOCK TRIBES   Fort Hall       83203-0306




                           TRANSPORTATION, IDAHO
Idaho      ID-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF             Boise           83703-5879




Idaho      ID-96-X005-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611




Idaho      ID-66-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611




Idaho      ID-96-X006-01   KOOTENAI, COUNTY OF       Coeur D Alene   83814-2988




Idaho      ID-96-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611




                           RIVER VALLEY METRO MASS
Illinois   IL-96-X015-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT          Bourbonnais     60914-4229
                           NORTHEAST ILLINOIS REGIONAL
                           COMMUTER RAILROAD
Illinois   IL-56-0002      CORPORATION                   Chicago    60661-5726




                           STATELINE MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X008-00   DISTRICT                      Salina     61072-2520




Illinois   IL-56-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Chicago    60661-1498




                           CHAMPAIGN-URBANA MASS
Illinois   IL-96-X012-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)        Urbana     61802-2009




                           NORTHEAST ILLINOIS REGIONAL
                           COMMUTER RAILROAD
Illinois   IL-96-X003      CORPORATION                   Chicago    60661-5726




                           ROCK ISLAND COUNTY
                           METROPOLITAN MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-77-0003      DISTRICT                      Moline     61265-1307




Illinois   IL-77-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Chicago    60661-1498




                           ROCKFORD MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X001-00   DISTRICT (INC)                Rockford   61101-1016
Illinois   IL-96-X010      CITY OF DANVILLE             Danville            61832-5758




                           SPRINGFIELD MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X009      DISTRICT                     SPRINGFIELD         62703-2432




                           ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF
Illinois   IL-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION               Springfield         62764-0001




                           GREATER PEORIA MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X013      DISTRICT                    Peoria               61603-3535




Illinois   IL-78-0001-00   NORMAL, TOWN OF              Normal              61761-3089




Illinois   IL-96-X002      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY    Chicago             60661-1498




                           ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF
Illinois   IL-77-0004-00   TRANSPORTATION               Springfield         62764-0001




                           PACE, THE SUBURBAN BUS
                           DIVISION OF THE REGIONAL
Illinois   IL-96-X005      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Arlington Heights   60005-4412
Illinois   IL-96-X007-01   DEKALB, CITY OF              DeKalb        60115-3733




                           FORT WAYNE PUBLIC
Indiana    IN-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION CORP          Fort Wayne    46808-2529




Indiana    IN-96-X007-00   CITY OF EVANSVILLE           EVANSVILLE    47708-1833




Indiana    in-96-x005      TERRE HAUTE, CITY OF         Terre Haute   47807-4923




                           GARY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
Indiana    IN-96-X016      CORPORATION                  Gary          46402-1248




Indiana    IN96X020        ANDERSON, CITY OF            ANDERSON      46016-1505




                           GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC
Indiana    IN-96-X014      TRANSPORTATION CORP          Lafayette     47904-1830




Indiana    IN-96-X015      KOKOMO, CITY OF              Kokomo        46901-4608
                          BLOOMINGTON PUBLIC
                          TRANSPORTATION
Indiana   IN-96-X012-00   CORPORATION                Bloomington    47403-3014




                          GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-77-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION CORP        Lafayette      47904-1830




                          FORT WAYNE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION CORP        Fort Wayne     46808-2529




                          NORTHWESTERN INDIANA
                          REGIONAL PLANNING
Indiana   IN-96-X017      COMMISSION                 Portage        46368-6409




Indiana   IN-96-X019-00   COLUMBUS, CITY OF          Columbus       47201-6774




                          TRANSPORTATION, INDIANA
Indiana   IN-86-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF              Indianapolis   46204-2219




                          NORTHWESTERN INDIANA
                          REGIONAL PLANNING
Indiana   IN-96-X018      COMMISSION                 Portage        46368-6409




                          MICHIANA AREA COUNCIL OF
Indiana   IN-96-X003-00   GOVERNMENTS                South Bend     46601-1830
                          NORTHERN INDIANA COMMUTER
Indiana   IN-96-X009      TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT     Chesterton   46304-3514




Kansas    KS-96-X005-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE            Lawrence     66044-2268




                          PRAIRIE BAND POTAWATOMI
Kansas    KS-86-X002      NATION                      Mayetta      66509-8970




                          TRANSPORTATION, KANSAS
Kansas    ks-86-x001-00   DEPARTMENT OF               Topeka       66603-3929




Kansas    KS-96-X001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON           Olathe       66061-3421




Kansas    KS-78-0001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON           Olathe       66061-3421




Kansas    KS-96-X003-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE            Lawrence     66044-2268




Kansas    KS-96-X004-01   WICHITA, CITY OF (INC)      Wichita      67202-1600
                            TOPEKA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
Kansas      KS-96-X002-00   AUTHORITY                   Topeka          66603-3622




                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF
Kentucky    KY-96-X002      NORTHERN KENTUCKY             Fort Wright   41017-9657




                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER
Kentucky    KY-66-X001      CITY                          Louisville    40203-2031




                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF
Kentucky    KY-96-X005      LEXINGTON, FAYETTE COUNTY     Lexington     40508-1411




Kentucky    KY-96-X004      OWENSBORO, CITY OF            Owensboro     42303-4127




                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER
Kentucky    KY-96-X003      CITY                          Louisville    40203-2031




Kentucky    KY-96-X006      ASHLAND, CITY OF              Ashland       41101-7663




Louisiana   LA-96-X008      CAPITAL AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM   Baton Rouge   70802-3125
                            RIVER PARISHES TRANSIT
Louisiana   LA-96-X013      AUTHORITY                    LaPlace         70070-3034




                            PLAQUEMINES PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X014-00   GOVERNMENT                   Belle Chasse    70037-2710




Louisiana   LA-96-0006      CITY OF ALEXANDRIA           Alexandria      71301-8342




Louisiana   LA-56-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY   New Orleans     70119-6301




Louisiana   LA-96-X005      LAKE CHARLES, CITY OF        Lake Charles    70601-4269




Louisiana   LA-96-X011      ST TAMMANY, PARISH OF        Abita Springs   70471-7506




                            LAFAYETTE CITY PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X004-00   CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT      Lafayette       70506-3543




Louisiana   LA-78-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY   New Orleans     70119-6301
                            TRANSPORTATION AND
                            DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA
Louisiana   LA-96-X007      DEPARTMENT OF                CHALMETTE     70802-4438




Louisiana   LA-96-X002-01   JEFFERSON, PARISH OF         Gretna        70053-5850




Louisiana   LA-96-X009-00   MONROE, CITY OF              Monroe        71201-7509




Louisiana   LA-96-X001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY   New Orleans   70119-6301




Louisiana   LA-96-X003      ST BERNARD, PARISH OF        Chalmette     70043-1611




                            SHREVEPORT TRANSIT
Louisiana   LA-96-X012      MANAGEMENT, INC              Shreveport    71107-6613




                            TERREBONNE PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X010-00   CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT      Houma         70360-4722




                            TRANSPORTATION AND
                            DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA
Louisiana   LA-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF                Baton Rouge   70802-4438
                                LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X0006     AUTHORITY                  Lowell        01852-3308




                                PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X002-01   AUTHORITY                  Springfield   01107-1513




                                SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X008-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY          New Bedford   02740-6254




                                BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X007-01   AUTHORITY                  Brockton      02302-4608




                                LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X0006     AUTHORITY                  Lowell        01852-3308




                                LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-77-0001      AUTHORITY                  Lowell        01852-3308




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-78-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY   Fitchburg     02116-3975




                                MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-86-X001-00   COMMONWEALTH OF            BOSTON        02108-1518
                                WORCESTER REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X005      AUTHORITY                  Worcester       01605-3905




                                PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X002      AUTHORITY                    Springfield   01107-1513




                                MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-86-X002-00   COMMONWEALTH OF              BOSTON        02108-1518




                                MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-06-X002-00   COMMONWEALTH OF              BOSTON        02108-1518




                                MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X013      TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Haverhill     01835-7265




                                MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-66-X003-00   TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Fitchburg     01420-7266




                                BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X004      AUTHORITY                    Pittsfield    01201-5387




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X015      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Boston        02116-3975
                             MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X016   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Boston        02116-3975




                             MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-56-0001   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Boston        02116-3975




                             MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X014   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Boston        02116-3975




                             SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA 66 x008   TRANSIT AUTHORITY            New Bedford   02740-6254




                             WORCESTER REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X005   AUTHORITY                  Worcester       01605-3905




                             BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X004   AUTHORITY                    Pittsfield    01201-5387




                             GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON
Massachusetts   MA-56-0002   REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Attleboro       02780-3950




                             BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X007   AUTHORITY                    Brockton      02302-4608
                                CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X009-00   AUTH                        Hyannis      02601-2030




                                MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X003-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Leominster   01420-7266




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Boston       02116-3975




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-78-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Revere       02116-3975




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X014      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Revere       02116-3975




                                GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON
Massachusetts   MA-96-X010      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Taunton       02780-3950




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Boston       02116-3975




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X013      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Boston       02116-3975
                                    MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-66-X012          TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Amesbury     01835-7265




                                    CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X009-01       AUTH                        Hyannis      02601-2030




                                    MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-06-X001-00       COMMONWEALTH OF             GREENFIELD   02108-1518




                                    CALYPTUS CONSULTING GROUP,
Massachusetts   DTFT60-08-D-00010   INC.                       Cambridge     02142-1122




                                    GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON
Massachusetts   MA-66-x010          REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Taunton       02780-3950




                                    CALYPTUS CONSULTING GROUP,
Massachusetts   DTFT60-08-D-00010   INC.                       Cambridge     02142-1122




                                    TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland        MD-66-X001          DEPARTMENT OF               Baltimore    21202-1693




                                    TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland        MD-77-0001          DEPARTMENT OF               Baltimore    21202-1693
                               TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-96-X001          DEPARTMENT OF                Upper Marlboro         21202-1693




                               TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF                Ocean City             21202-1693




                               TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-96-X002          DEPARTMENT OF                Baltimore              21202-1693




                               TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-56-0001          DEPARTMENT OF                Baltimore              21202-1693




                               HANKS, HANKS & ASSOCIATES
Maryland   DTFT60-10-C-00011   LLC                          DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA   20603-3208




                               SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL &
Maryland   DTFT6009D00019      INFRASTRUCTURE, INC.         Edgewood               21040-1037




Maryland   DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC   Silver Spring          20910-3641




Maryland   DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville              20850-4127
Maryland   DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville              20850-4127




Maryland   DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville              20850-4127




                               HANKS, HANKS & ASSOCIATES
Maryland   DTFT60-11-C-00005   LLC                          District of Columbia   20603-3208




Maryland   DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC   Silver Spring          20910-3641




                               QUALITY SOFTWARE SERVICES,
Maryland   DTFT60-10-F-00002   INC.                         Herndon                21044-3331




Maryland   DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC   Silver Spring          20910-3641




                               TRANSPORTATION, MAINE
Maine      ME-96-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF                Augusta                04330-0016




                               TRANSPORTATION, MAINE
Maine      ME-86-X001-02       DEPARTMENT OF                Rockland               04330-0016
                           CAPITAL AREA TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-x016-00   AUTHORITY                   Lansing          48910-3661




                           MASS TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-77-0001      AUTHORITY INC                Flint           48503-2878




Michigan   MI-96-X021-00   CITY OF GRAND HAVEN          Grand Haven     49417-1454




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-96-X022      DEPARTMENT OF                Lansing         48933-1532




                           SUBURBAN MOBILITY AUTHORITY
                           FOR REGIONAL
Michigan   MI-96-X007-00   TRANSPORTATION              Detroit          48226-3515




                           TWIN CITIES AREA
                           TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY,
Michigan   MI-96-X017-00   INC                          Benton Harbor   49022-4425




Michigan   MI-96-X013      PORT HURON, CITY OF          Port Huron      48060-4155




Michigan   MI-96-X10-00    MUSKEGON, COUNTY OF          Muskegon Hts    49442-3404
                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-86-X002      DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing        48933-1532




                           MASS TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-X003-01   AUTHORITY INC              Flint          48503-2878




Michigan   MI-86-X003-00   HURON POTAWATOMI, INC.     Fulton         49052-9602




Michigan   MI-96-X018      BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF      BATTLE CREEK   49014-4004




                           ANN ARBOR TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-X024      AUTHORITY INC              Ann Arbor      48104-6260




Michigan   MI-96-X023-01   BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF      battle creek   49014-4004




Michigan   MI-78-0001      DETROIT, CITY OF           Detroit        48207-1034




                           ANN ARBOR TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-X009      AUTHORITY INC              Ann Arbor      48104-6260
Michigan   MI-96-X015      KALAMAZOO METRO TRANSIT      Kalamazoo      49007-3638




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                Lansing        48933-1532




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                Lansing        48933-1532




Michigan   MI-96-X019      LIVINGSTON, COUNTY OF        Howell         48843-2488




                           SUBURBAN MOBILITY AUTHORITY
                           FOR REGIONAL
Michigan   MI-96-X008-00   TRANSPORTATION              Detroit         48226-3515




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-77-0002      DEPARTMENT OF                Lansing        48933-1532




                           INTERURBAN TRANSIT
Michigan   MI-96-X005      PARTNERSHIP                  Grand Rapids   49503-4005




Michigan   MI-96-X011      DETROIT, CITY OF             Detroit        48207-1034
Minnesota   MN-96-X007-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF          Rochester          55904-3708




Minnesota   MN-96-X008-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF          Rochester          55904-3708




Minnesota   MN-96-X003-00   EAST GRAND FORKS, CITY OF   East Grand Forks   56721-1838




Minnesota   MN-96-X001-00   DULUTH TRANSIT AUTHORITY    Duluth             55806-1928




Minnesota   MN-86-X008-00   MILLE LACS BAND OF OJIBWE   Onamia             56359-2236




                            METROPOLITAN COUNCIL,
Minnesota   MN-96-X002-00   MINNESOTA                   Minneapolis        55411-4332




                            RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA
Minnesota   MN-86-X007-00   INDIANS                     Red Lake           56671-0001




                            METROPOLITAN COUNCIL,
Minnesota   MN-77-0001-00   MINNESOTA                   Minneapolis        55411-4332
Minnesota   MN-96-X011-00   MOORHEAD, CITY OF               Moorhead         56560-0779




                            BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT
                            AGENCY OF THE MISSOURI-
                            ILLINOIS METROPOLITAN
Missouri    MO-96-X005      DISTRICT (INC)                  St. Louis        63102-2552




                            MID AMERICA REGIONAL
Missouri    MO-78-0002      COUNCIL                         Kansas City      64105-1659




Missouri    MO-96-X004-00   JOPLIN, CITY OF                 Joplin           64801-2316




Missouri    MO-96-X003-00   CITY OF ST JOSEPH               St.. Joseph      64501-2337




                            TRANSPORTATION, MISSOURI
Missouri    MO-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                   Jefferson City   65101-6811




                            BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT
                            AGENCY OF THE MISSOURI-
                            ILLINOIS METROPOLITAN
Missouri    MO-56-0001      DISTRICT (INC)                  East St. Louis   63102-2552




                            CITY UTILITIES OF SPRINGFIELD
Missouri    MO-96-X007      MO                              Springfield      65802-3858
                                               JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP
Missouri                   DTFT60-09-D-00012   INC.                           SAINT LOUIS   63102-2131




Northern Mariana Islands   MP-86-X001-00       CNMI PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM      Saipan        96950-1370




Northern Mariana Islands   MP-96-X001-00       CNMI PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM      Saipan        96950-1370




                                               TRANSPORTATION , MISSISSIPPI
Mississippi                MS-86-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF                  Jackson       39201-1010




                                               MISSISSIPPI BAND OF CHOCTAW
Mississippi                MS-86-X002          INDIANS                        Choctaw       39350-4224




Mississippi                MS-96-X001-00       HATTIESBURG, CITY OF           Hattiesburg   39401-3451




                                               MISSISSIPPI COAST
Mississippi                MS-96-X002-00       TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY       Gulfport      39507-3827




Mississippi                MS-96-X003-00       JACKSON, CITY OF               Jackson       39201-4307
                                 FORT BELKNAP COMMUNITY
Montana          MT-86-X002-00   COUNCIL                      Harlem         59526-9705




                                 TRANSPORTATION, MONTANA
Montana          MT-86-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF                Helena         59601-9746




Montana          MT-96-X002-00   BILLINGS, CITY OF            Billings       59101-3234




                                 CONFEDERATED SALISH &
Montana          MT86-x003-00    KOOTENAI TRIBES              pablo          59855-0278




North Carolina   NC-96-X006-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF           Charlotte      28202-2816




North Carolina   NC-66-X003      CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)   Chapel Hill    27514-5705




North Carolina   NC-96-X011-00   CONCORD, CITY OF             Concord        28025-5010




North Carolina   NC-96-X002-01   CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE         Fayetteville   28301-5537
North Carolina   NC-96-X005-02   GREENVILLE, CITY OF         GREENVILLE     27858-1825




North Carolina   NC-96-X008-00   CITY OF GREENSBORO          Greensboro     27401-2624




                                 RESEARCH TRIANGLE REGIONAL
                                 PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION
North Carolina   NC-96-X007      AUTHORITY                  Durham          27703-8578




                                 WESTERN PIEDMONT REGIONAL
North Carolina   NC-96-X013-00   TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Conover        28613-9676




North Carolina   NC-96-X019-00   CITY OF JACKSONVILLE        Jacksonville   28540-5436




                                 EASTERN BAND OF THE
North Carolina   NC-86-X002-00   CHEROKEE INDIANS            Cherokee       28719-0455




North Carolina   NC-77-0001-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF          Charlotte      28202-2816




North Carolina   NC-96-X014      CITY OF HIGH POINT          High Point     27260-5397
North Carolina   NC-96-X016-00   WINSTON-SALEM, CITY OF       Winston-Salem   27101-1534




North Carolina   NC-96-X012-00   ASHEVILLE, CITY OF           Asheville       28801-3507




North Carolina   NC-96-X003-00   CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)   Chapel Hill     27514-5705




North Carolina   NC-96-X009-00   GASTONIA, CITY OF            Gastonia        28052-4126




North Carolina   NC-96-X004-00   CITY OF DURHAM               Durham          27701-3329




                                 PIEDMONT AUTHORITY FOR
North Carolina   NC-96-X020      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION      Graham          27409-9089




                                 TRANSPORTATION, NORTH
North Carolina   NC-86-X001      CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF       Raleigh         27601-1453




North Carolina   NC-96-X010-00   ROCKY MOUNT, (INC) CITY OF   Rocky Mount     27802-1180
                                 CAPE FEAR PUBLIC
North Carolina   NC-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Wilmington   28401-5335




North Dakota     ND-96-X002-00   CITY OF FARGO                Fargo        58102-4809




                                 TURTLE MOUNTAIN BAND OF
North Dakota     ND-86-X003      CHIPPEWA INDIANS             Belcourt     58316-0900




North Dakota     ND-86-X002-00   SITTING BULL COLLEGE         Fort Yates   58538-9721




                                 WINNEBAGO TRIBE OF
Nebraska         NE-86-X002-00   NEBRASKA                     Winnebago    68071-0687




                                 ROADS, NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT
Nebraska         NE-86-X001      OF                         Lincoln        68502-5480




Nebraska         NE-96-x001      LINCOLN, CITY OF             Lincoln      68508-2803




Nebraska         NE-96-X002      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF OMAHA   Omaha        68102-4328
                                UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW
New Hampshire   NH-96-X003      HAMPSHIRE                  Durham        03824-3585




                                TRANSPORTATION, NEW
New Hampshire   NH-96-X006-00   HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF    Concord       03301-6502




                                TRANSPORTATION, NEW
New Hampshire   NH-86-X001-02   HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF    Concord       03301-6502




New Hampshire   NH-96-X002      NASHUA, CITY OF (INC)      Nashua        03062-1373




New Hampshire   NH96X005        MANCHESTER, CITY OF        Manchester    03101-2716




                                COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR
New Hampshire   NH-96-X001      SEACOAST TRANSPORTATION    Dover         03820-5451




                                GREATER DERRY-SALEM
                                COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR
New Hampshire   NH-96-X004-00   REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION    LONDONDERRY   03053-3416




                                DELAWARE RIVER PORT
New Jersey      NJ-96-X001-00   AUTHORITY                  Camden        08101-1949
                                 NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey   NJ-96-X002-00       CORPORATION, THE            Newark          07105-2245




                                 NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey   NJ-56-0002-00       CORPORATION, THE            Newark          07105-2245




                                 NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey   NJ-86-X001-00       CORPORATION, THE            Newark          07105-2245




                                 NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey   NJ-77-0001-00       CORPORATION, THE            Newark          07105-2245




                                 RUTGERS, THE STATE
New Jersey   NJ-76-5001-00       UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY    New Brunswick   08901-8559




                                 RUTGERS, THE STATE
New Jersey   DTFT60-11-P-00008   UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY    New Brunswick   08901-8559




                                 TRANSPORTATION, NEW MEXICO
New Mexico   NM-86-X001-02       DEPARTMENT OF              Santa Fe         87505-4143




New Mexico   NM-86-X003          PUEBLO OF LAGUNA            Laguna          87026-0237
New Mexico   NM-96-X002-00   CITY OF FARMINGTON          FARMINGTON        87401-2663




New Mexico   NM-96-X004      LAS CRUCES, CITY OF         Las Cruces        88001-3512




                             SAN JUAN PUEBLO TRIBAL
New Mexico   NM-86-X002-00   COUNCIL                     San Juan Pueblo   87566-1099




New Mexico   NM-96-X003-00   SANTA FE, CITY OF           Santa Fe          87501-1904




New Mexico   NM-96-X001      ALBUQUERQUE, CITY OF        Albuquerque       87102-3412




Nevada       NV-86-X002      RENO-SPARKS INDIAN COLONY   Reno              89502-1230




                             REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
                             COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN
Nevada       NV-96-X001-00   NEVADA, THE                 Las Vegas         89106-4512




                             TRANSPORTATION, NEVADA
Nevada       NV-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               CARSON CITY       89712-0001
                           CARSON AREA METROPOLITAN
Nevada     NV-96-X003      PLANNING ORGANIZATION      Carson City     89701-3498




                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
                           COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN
Nevada     NV-78-X001      NEVADA, THE                Las Vegas       89106-4512




New York   NY-96-X021-00   ULSTER, COUNTY OF          Kingston        12401-3806




                           ROCHESTER-GENESEE
                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
New York   NY-96-X019      AUTHORITY                  Rochester       14609-6912




New York   NY-96-X020      NEW YORK, CITY OF          Staten Island   10041-0023




                           NIAGARA FRONTIER
New York   NY-96-X017-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY   Buffalo         14203-2298




New York   NY-96-X024-00   KINGSTON, CITY OF          Kingston        12401-4626




New York   NY-96-X002      GLENS FALLS, CITY OF       Queensbury      12804-7611
New York   NY-96-X012-00   HUNTINGTON, TOWN OF         Huntington Station   11743-6904




New York   NY-96-X023      POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF       Poughkeepsie         12601-2411




New York   NY-96-X027      POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF       Poughkeepsie         12601-2411




New York   NY-96-X005-00   WESTCHESTER, COUNTY OF      White Plains         10601-3311




New York   NY-96-X003-01   TOMPKINS, COUNTY OF         Ithaca               14850-1255




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X004      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    New York             10017-3706




                           CENTRAL NEW YORK REGIONAL
                           TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
New York   NY-96-X015      (INC)                       Syracuse             13202-3423




New York   NY-96-x022      COUNTY OF CHEMUNG           Elmira               14901-3004
New York   NY-96-X013      DUTCHESS, COUNTY OF (INC)   Poughkeepsie   12603-2669




                           TRANSPORTATION, NEW YORK
New York   NY-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Albany         12205-2645




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X011      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    New York       10017-3706




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-56-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    New York       10017-3706




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X008      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Oriskany       10017-3706




New York   NY-96-X025-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE            Goshen         10924-1601




New York   NY-96-X026      COUNTY OF CHEMUNG           Elmira         14901-3004




New York   NY-96-X014-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE            Goshen         10924-1601
                               METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-77-0001          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    New York           10017-3706




New York   NY-66-X002          NEW YORK, CITY OF           Staten Island      10041-0023




                               INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS
New York   DTFT60-07-D-00012   INCORPORATED                New York           10165-6210




                               INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS
New York   DTFT60-09-D-00020   INCORPORATED                New York           10165-6210




                               GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL
Ohio       OH-77-0001          TRANSIT AUTHORITY          Cleveland           44113-1302




Ohio       OH-96-X023          LORAIN, COUNTY OF           Elyria             44035-5622




Ohio       OH-96-X026-00       LAKETRAN                    Painesville Twp.   44077-1121




                               ALLEN COUNTY REGIONAL
Ohio       OH-96-X009-01       TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Lima               45801-4465
                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus     43223-1102




Ohio   OH-96-X025      NILES, CITY OF              Niles        44446-5036




Ohio   OH-96-X013-01   MIDDLETOWN, CITY OF         Middletown   45042-1901




                       CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT
Ohio   OH-96-X015-00   AUTHORITY                   Columbus     43222-1002




                       GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X027      TRANSIT AUTHORITY          Cleveland     44113-1302




                       GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-56-0002      TRANSIT AUTHORITY          Cleveland     44113-1302




Ohio   OH-96-X029-00   NEWARK, CITY OF             Newark       43055-5531




                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X002-1    DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus     43223-1102
                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X004      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus     43223-1102




Ohio   OH-96-X011-00   NEWARK, CITY OF             Newark       43055-5531




Ohio   OH-96-X021-00   SANDUSKY, CITY OF           Sandusky     44870-2835




                       GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X030      TRANSIT AUTHORITY          Cleveland     44113-1302




                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X003      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus     43223-1102




                       WESTERN RESERVE TRANSIT
Ohio   OH-96-X016      AUTHORITY                   Youngstown   44502-1404




                       SOUTHWEST OHIO REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X004-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Cincinnati   45202-1158




                       LICKING COUNTY TRANSIT
Ohio   OH-96-X010-01   BOARD                       Newark       43055-6932
                           PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL
Ohio       OH-78-X001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Kent          44240-7140




Ohio       OH-96-X006-00   SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF         Springfield   45502-1214




                           PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL
Ohio       OH-96-X024      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Kent          44240-7140




                           LAWRENCE COUNTY PORT
Ohio       OH-96-X012      AUTHORITY                    Ironton       45680-8501




                           AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT
Ohio       OH-96-X020      AUTHORITY                    CANTON        44707-3544




Oklahoma   OK-96-X001-01   CITY OF LAWTON               Lawton        73501-4033




                           METROPOLITAN TULSA TRANSIT
Oklahoma   OK-96-X003-01   AUTHORITY, INC               Tulsa         74120-4016




                           SEMINOLE NATION OF
Oklahoma   OK-86-X004      OKLAHOMA, THE                Wewoka        74884-1498
Oklahoma   OK-86-X005      MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA     Big Cabin       74354-1004




                           CHOCTAW NATION OF
Oklahoma   OK-86-X003-00   OKLAHOMA                    Durant          74702-1210




                           CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
                           TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
Oklahoma   OK-96-X004      AUTHORITY                   Oklahoma City   73109-5320




Oklahoma   OK-86-X001      CHEYENNE & ARAPAHO TRIBES   Concho          73022-0008




                           TRANSPORTATION, OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma   OK-86-X002-00   DEPARTMENT OF               Oklahoma City   73105-3204




Oregon     OR-96-X007      SMART TRANSIT               Wilsonville     97070-9454




                           TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon     OR-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Salem           97301-6867




Oregon     OR-96-X004-00   BEND, CITY OF               Bend            97701-2713
Oregon   OR-96-X006      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT        Eugene      97403-2375




                         TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
Oregon   OR-66-X001-02   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR   Portland    97202-3940




                         SALEM AREA MASS TRANSIT
Oregon   OR-96-X005      DISTRICT                     Salem       97302-4172




                         TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon   OR-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                Salem       97301-6867




                         ROGUE VALLEY
Oregon   OR-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT      Medford     97504-9075




                         TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon   OR-06-X002      DEPARTMENT OF                SALEM       97301-6867




Oregon   OR-96-X002-00   CORVALLIS, CITY OF           Corvallis   97333-4601




                         TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
Oregon   OR-78-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR   Portland    97202-3940
Oregon         OR-66-X005      SMART TRANSIT                Wilsonville    97070-9454




Oregon         OR-77-0001      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT        Eugene         97403-2375




                               CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF
                               WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION
Oregon         FTA G-16        OF OREGON                    Warm Springs   97761-1169




                               TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
Oregon         OR-96-X001-02   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR   Portland       97202-3940




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X021      HAZLETON PUBLIC TRANSIT      Hazleton       18201-5862




                               ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X008      AUTHORITY OF                 Pittsburgh     15222-2500




                               COUNTY OF LACKAWANNA
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X016      TRANSIT SYSTEM               SCRANTON       18504-1410




Pennsylvania   PA-77-0001      RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Lancaster      17601-3111
                               TRANSPORTATION,
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X001-00   PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF Harrisburg       17101-0064




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X022-01   WASHINGTON, CITY OF          Washington     15301-6911




                               YORK COUNTY TRANSPORTATION
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X017      AUTHORITY                  York             17404-2206




                               LEHIGH AND NORTHAMPTON
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Allentown      18103-3130




                               CUMBERLAND-DAUPHIN-
                               HARRISBURG TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X025      AUTHORITY                    Harrisburg     17101-2413




                               CAMBRIA COUNTY TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X012      AUTHORITY                    Johnstown      15902-2905




                               SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
                               TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY -
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X007      SEPTA                        Philadelphia   19107-3721




                               SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
                               TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY -
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0002      SEPTA                        Philadelphia   19107-3721
                                   BEAVER COUNTY TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X013          AUTHORITY                    Rochester     15001-1300




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X005          RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Lancaster     17601-3111




                                   TRANSPORTATION,
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0001-00       PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF Harrisburg      17101-0064




                                   ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0003          AUTHORITY OF                 Pittsburgh    15222-2500




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X023-00       SHARON, CITY OF              Hermitage     16146-1717




                                   BERKS AREA READING
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X002-00       TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Reading       19604-1505




                                   TRANSPORTATION,
Pennsylvania   PA-86-X001-00       PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF Harrisburg      17101-0064




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-09-D-00009   GANNETT FLEMING, INC.        Mill Valley   17011-2316
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   19103-1302




                                   FINANCIAL BUSINESS
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-10-D-00003   SOLUTIONS, LLC            WASHINGTON     18901-4040




Pennsylvania                      STV
               DTFT60-09-D-00015T11006INCORPORATED           Oakland        19518-8713




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-09-D-00006   BURNS ENGINEERING, INC.   Philadelphia   19103-2964




                                   FINANCIAL BUSINESS
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-10-D-00003   SOLUTIONS, LLC            WASHINGTON     18901-4040




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-11-F-00008   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   19103-1302




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   19103-1302




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   19103-1302
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X035-00   MUNICIPALITY OF VEGA ALTA   Vega Alta   00692-1390




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X034      MUNICIPIO DE VILLALBA       Villalba    00766-2201




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X007      MUNICIPIO DE TOA BAJA       Toa Baja    00951-0001




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X036-00   MUNICIPALITY OF GUAYNABO    Guaynabo    00969-4586




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X033-00   GURABO,MUNICIPALITY OF      Gurabo      00778-3020




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X029      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS    Fajardo     00936-2829




                              HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-86-X001      AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO      San Juan    00940-2007




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X017      MUNICIPIO                   ARECIBO     00612-1086
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X013-00   MUNICIPALITY OF MANATI     Manati      00674-5013




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X012      HATILLO, MUNICIPALITY OF   Hatillo     00659-0008




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X023      MUNICIPALITY OF LARES      Lares       00669-0395




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X021      CAMUY MUNICIPALITY         Camuy       00627-2620




                              HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X032      AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO     San Juan    00940-2007




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X018      MUNICIPALITY OF MAYAGUEZ   Mayagüez   00680-0447




Puerto Rico   PR-56-0001      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS   San Juan    00936-2829




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X028      CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF     Cidra       00739-0729
                           AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X016   TRANSPORTACION              San Juan      00940-2007




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X009   MUNICIPALITY OF HUMACAO     Humacao       00792-0178




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X004   CAROLINA MUNICIPALITY       Carolina      00985-0008




                           AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X030   TRANSPORTACION              San Juan      00940-2007




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X001   CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF      Cidra         00739-0729




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X002   MUNICIPIO DE YAUCO          Yauco         00698-0001




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X006   MUNICIPIO DE BAYAMON        Bayamón      00960-1588




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X019   MUNICIPIO DE SAN LORENZO    San Lorenzo   00754-0134
                           GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X031   AGUADA                     AGUADA          00602-0517




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X037   MUNICIPIO DE DORADO        Dorado          00646-0588




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X003   MUNICIPIO DE BARCELONETA   Barceloneta     00617-2049




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X024   MUNICIPIO DE TOA ALTA      TOA ALTA        00954-9900




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X022   MUNICIPIO SAN SEBASTIAN    San Sebastian   00685-2214




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X014   MUNICIPIO DE VEGA BAJA     Vega Baja       00694-4555




                           GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X008   JUNCOS                     Juncos          00777-0777




                           HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X026   AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO     San Juan        00940-2007
                            HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico    PR-96-X025   AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO        San Juan          00940-2007




                            GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico    PR-96-X020   FAJARDO                       Fajardo           00738-4632




Puerto Rico    PR-96-X027   GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE CAYEY Cayey               00737-1330




Puerto Rico    PR-96-X010   AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS      San Juan          00936-2829




                            AUTORIDAD METROPOLITANA DE
Puerto Rico    PR-96-X011   AUTOBUSES                  San Juan             00919-5349




                            RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT
Rhode Island   RI-96-x001   AUTHORITY                     Providence        02907-2102




                            TRANSPORTATION, RHODE
Rhode Island   RI-96-X002   ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF          North Kingstown   02903-1111




                            RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT
Rhode Island   RI-77-0001   AUTHORITY                     Providence        02907-2102
                                 TRANSPORTATION, RHODE
Rhode Island     RI-56-0001-00   ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF        Pawtucket     02903-1111




South Carolina   SC-96-X001      ANDERSON, CITY OF           Anderson      29624-2301




South Carolina   SC-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT      Columbia      29201-3959




                                 GREENVILLE TRANSIT
South Carolina   SC-96-X004-00   AUTHORITY                   Greenville    29601-3352




South Carolina   SC-96-X013      ROCK HILL, CITY OF INC      Rock Hill     29730-4505




South Carolina   SC-96-X006-00   SPARTANBURG, CITY OF        Spartanburg   29306-3210




South Carolina   SC-86-X002-00   CATAWBA INDIAN NATION       Rock Hill     29730-7645




                                 CENTRAL MIDLANDS REGIONAL
South Carolina   SC-96-X010-00   TRANSIT                     Columbia      29201-1108
South Carolina   SC-96-X003-01   SANTEE-WATEREE RTA          Sumter                 29153-5067




                                 PEE DEE REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
South Carolina   SC-96-X007-00   INC                         Florence               29506-3912




                                 CHARLESTON AREA REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY,
South Carolina   SC-96-X002-00   INC                         Charleston             29403-6433




South Carolina   SC-96-X011-00   SPARTANBURG, COUNTY OF      Spartanburg            29303-3637




                                 WACCAMAW REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY,
South Carolina   SC-96-X008-00   INC.                        Conway                 29526-5004




                                 GREENVILLE TRANSIT
South Carolina   SC-96-X012-00   AUTHORITY                   Mauldin/Simpsonville   29601-3352




South Carolina   SC-96-X014      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT      Columbia               29201-3959




South Dakota     SD-86-X001-01   SOUTH DAKOTA, STATE OF      Pierre                 57501-5070
                               OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE OF PINE
South Dakota   SD-86-X002      RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION     Pine Ridge     57770-0669




South Dakota   SD-86-X001      SOUTH DAKOTA, STATE OF       Pierre         57501-5070




South Dakota   SD-96-X002-01   SIOUX FALLS, CITY OF         Sioux Falls    57104-6407




Tennessee      TN-96-X007-00   JOHNSON CITY, CITY OF        Johnson City   37601-4879




Tennessee      TN-96-X010-00   MURFREESBORO, CITY OF        Murfreesboro   37130-3573




Tennessee      TN-66-X003      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF           Knoxville      37902-2405




                               SOUTHEAST TENNESSEE HUMAN
Tennessee      TN-96-X009-00   RESOURCE AGENCY           Cleveland         37327-6338




                               KNOXVILLEKNOX COUNTY
Tennessee      TN-66-X001      COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE Knoxville        37921-5756
Tennessee   TN-96-X014-00   MORRISTOWN, CITY OF           Morristown    37814-4652




Tennessee   TN-96-X004      CLARKSVILLE TRANSIT SYSTEMS Clarksville     37040-3825




Tennessee   TN-96-X008      KINGSPORT, CITY OF            Kingsport     37660-4265




                            REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Tennessee   TN-96-X013      AUTHORITY                     Nashville     37210-2124




                            CITY OF BRISTOL TENNESSEE
Tennessee   TN-96-X011      (INC)                         Bristol       37620-2284




                            CHATTANOOGA AREA REGIONAL
Tennessee   TN-77-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY      Chattanooga   37406-4302




                            TRANSPORTATION, TENNESSEE
Tennessee   TN-86-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF                 Nashville     37243-1402




Tennessee   TN-96-X003      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF            Knoxville     37902-2405
Tennessee   TN960005        JACKSON TRANSIT AUTHORITY    Jackson         38301-5361




Tennessee   TN-96-X006-00   FRANKLIN TRANASIT AUTHORITY Franklin         37064-4602




                            MEMPHIS AREA TRANSIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X001      AUTHORITY                    Memphis         38108-1011




                            METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X012      AUTHORITY                    Nashville       37210-2124




                            CHATTANOOGA AREA REGIONAL
Tennessee   TN-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY     Chattanooga     37406-4302




Tennessee   TN-66-X004      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF           Knoxville       37902-2405




Texas       TX-96-X016-00   WICHITA FALLS, CITY OF       Wichita Falls   76301-2305




                            LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Texas       TX-96-X004-00   DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL          Edinburg        78501-4705
Texas   TX-96-X008      ABILENE, CITY OF (INC)        Abilene         79601-5254




                        LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Texas   TX-96-X021-00   DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL           Edinburg        78501-4705




                        DENTON COUNTY
Texas   TX-96-X033      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY      Denton          75067-6314




Texas   TX-96-X040      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF          Port Arthur     77640-6450




Texas   TX-96-X036      BRAZOS TRANSIT DISTRICT       The Woodlands   77803-5167




                        GREATER EAST END
Texas   TX-66-X004      MANAGEMENT DISTRICT           houston         77003-2435




Texas   TX-96-X030-00   ARLINGTON, CITY OF (INC)      Arlington       76010-7190




                        NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL
Texas   TX-96-X020-00   OF GOVERNMENTS              Arlington         76011-6317
                        NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL
Texas   TX-78-0001-00   OF GOVERNMENTS              Arlington         76011-6317




                        COLLIN COUNTY COMMITTEE ON
Texas   TX-96-X022      AGING, INC                    McKinney        75069-3960




Texas   TX-96-X012-01   AMARILLO, CITY OF             Amarillo        79101-2539




Texas   TX-96-X027-00   GRAND PRAIRIE, CITY OF        GRAND PRAIRIE   75050-5636




Texas   TX-66-X001-00   ROUND ROCK, CITY OF           Round Rock      78664-0001




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                 Austin          78701-2409




                        METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
                        AUTHORITY OF HARRIS COUNTY,
Texas   TX-56-0002      TEXAS (INC)                 Houston           77002-8130




                        GULF COAST REGIONAL MENTAL
                        HEALTH-MENTAL RETARDATION
Texas   TX-96-X039      CENTER                        TEXAS CITY      77550-1403
                        CAPITAL METROPOLITAN
Texas   TX-96-X024-01   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Austin           78702-4817




Texas   TX-96-X029      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT    San Antonio      78212-4295




Texas   TX-96-X032      BRAZOS TRANSIT DISTRICT     Bryan            77803-5167




Texas   TX-96-X023      MC DONALD TRANSIT IN        Fort Worth       76102-6720




Texas   TX-96-X026-00   BEAUMONT, CITY OF           Beaumont         77701-3548




Texas   TX-96-X001-01   LAREDO, CITY OF             HAYWARD          78040-8019




                        CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL
Texas   TX-96-X019      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY    Corpus Christi   78405-4406




                        HARRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT
Texas   TX-66-X002-00   DISTRICT NO 1               Houston          77056-3826
Texas   TX-96-X035-00   EL PASO, CITY OF             El Paso       79901-1153




Texas   TX-96-X041-00   HARRIS, COUNTY OF            Baytown       77002-1901




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X002      DEPARTMENT OF                Austin        78701-2409




Texas   TX-96-X034-00   FORT BEND, COUNTY OF         Rosenberg     77469-3108




                        GULF COAST REGIONAL MENTAL
                        HEALTH-MENTAL RETARDATION
Texas   TX-96-X038      CENTER                       Texas City    77550-1403




Texas   TX-96-X031-00   WACO, CITY OF                Waco          76701-2570




Texas   TX-77-0001      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT     San Antonio   78212-4295




Texas   TX-96-X037-00   GALVESTON, CITY OF           Galveston     77550-1315
                        METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
                        AUTHORITY OF HARRIS COUNTY,
Texas   TX-96-X017      TEXAS (INC)                 Houston       77002-8130




                        GOLDEN CRESCENT REGIONAL
Texas   TX-96-X015-00   PLANNING COMMISSION         Victoria      77904-3623




Texas   TX-96-X042      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF        PORT ARTHUR   77640-6450




                        HARRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT
Texas   TX-66-X003      DISTRICT NO 3               houston       77098-3114




Texas   TX-96-X025-00   TYLER, CITY OF              Tyler         75704-6644




                        CONCHO VALLEY TRANSIT
Texas   TX-96-X014-00   DISTRICT                    San Angelo    76904-6502




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X003      DEPARTMENT OF               Austin        78701-2409




Texas   TX-96-X028      TEXARKANA, CITY OF          Texarkana     75501-5625
Utah       UT-96-X002      UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (UTA) South Salt Lake City   84119-4122




                           ST GEORGE CITY GOVERNMENT
Utah       UT-96-X003-00   (INC)                           St. George          84770-3073




                           TRANSPORTATION, UTAH
Utah       UT-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF                   Salt Lake City      84119-5977




Virginia   VA-96-X004-00   DANVILLE, CITY OF               Danville            24541-1215




Virginia   VA-96-x012      CITY OF PETERSBURG              Petersburg          23803-3211




Virginia   VA-96-X007      CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE         Charlottesville     22902-5337




Virginia   VA-96-X006-01   WINCHESTER, CITY OF             Winchester          22601-4786




Virginia   VA-96-X013      HARRISONBURG, CITY OF           Harrisonburg        22801-3606
Virginia   VA-66-X003-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT    Arlington    22201-5447




Virginia   VA-96-X011-00   BLACKSBURG, TOWN OF          Blacksburg   24060-4861




Virginia   VA-77-0001-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT    Arlington    22201-5447




Virginia   VA-96-X015      BRISTOL, VIRGINIA, CITY OF   Bristol      24201-4327




                           RAIL AND PUBLIC
                           TRANSPORTATION, VIRGINIA
Virginia   VA-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF                Richmond     23219-3600




                           GREATER ROANOKE TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X010-01   COMPANY INC                  Roanoke      24013-1118




                           TRANSPORTATION DIST
Virginia   VA-66-X004      COMMISION OF HAMPTON ROADS Norfolk        23661-1509




Virginia   VA-96-X009-00   PRINCE WILLIAM, COUNTY OF    Woodbridge   22192-6811
                               GREATER LYNCHBURG TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X005          COMPANY                     Lynchburg      24501-1929




                               WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-66-X001          AUTHORITY                   Williamsburg   23185-5265




                               OLD DOMINION TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-66-X005-00       MANAGEMENT CO               Richmond       23224-1701




                               OLD DOMINION TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X002-00       MANAGEMENT CO               Richmond       23224-1701




                               WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X001          AUTHORITY                   Williamsburg   23185-5265




                               RAIL AND PUBLIC
                               TRANSPORTATION, VIRGINIA
Virginia   VA-86-X002-00       DEPARTMENT OF               Richmond       23219-3600




                               TRANSPORTATION DIST
Virginia   VA-96-X003          COMMISION OF HAMPTON ROADS Hampton         23661-1509




Virginia   DTFT60-10-F-00005   ACTIONET, INC.              Vienna         22180-7370
Virginia   DTFT60-09-D-00021   BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INC.    McLean      22102-4904




Virginia   DTFT60-08-C-00014   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   22201-6609




                               ADVANCED SYSTEMS
                               TECHNOLOGY AND
Virginia   DTFT60-07-D-00010   MANAGEMENT, INC.            Vienna      22182-3822




Virginia   DTFT60-07-D-00013   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   22201-6609




                               BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Virginia   DTFT60-08-D00009    RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.   Fairfax     22030-6088




Virginia   DTFT60-07-D-00013   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   22201-6609




                               BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Virginia   DTFT60-08-D00009    RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.   Fairfax     22030-6088




Virginia   DTFT60-10-D-00006   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   22201-6609
Virginia         DTFT60-10-D-00006   REID CONSULTING LLC          Arlington    22201-6609




Virginia         DTFT60-10-F-00005   ACTIONET, INC.               Vienna       22180-7370




                                     GOVERNMENT OF THE VIRGIN
Virgin Islands   VI-96-X001-00       ISLANDS                      St Thomas    00802-5805




                                     TRANSPORTATION, VERMONT
Vermont          VT-86-X001          AGENCY OF                    Montpelier   05602-3377




                                     CENTRAL PUGET SOUND
Washington       WA-96-X001          REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Seattle      98104-2826




Washington       WA-96-X020          KING, COUNTY OF              Seattle      98104-3854




                                     SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                                     TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA
Washington       WA-77-0001          CORP                        Everett       98203-5834




Washington       WA-86-X005          KALISPEL TRIBE OF INDIANS    Usk          99180-0039
                             KITSAP COUNTY PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA
Washington   WA-96-X011      AUTHORITY                   Bremerton            98337-1888




                             CHELAN DOUGLAS PUBLIC
Washington   WA-96-X012      BENEFIT AREA, INC             Wenatchee          98801-5914




Washington   WA-96-X005-01   KING, COUNTY OF               Seattle            98104-3854




Washington   WA-86-X003      YAKAMA TRIBAL COUNCIL         Toppenish          98948-0151




Washington   WA-86-X004      SPOKANE TRIBE OF INDIANS      Wellpinit          99201-4301




                             SPOKANE PUBLIC
Washington   WA-96-X013-00   TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA Spokane              99201-2658




                             SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA
Washington   WA-96-X006      CORP                        Everett              98203-5834




                             SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA
Washington   WA-66-X001-00   CORP                        Mount Lake Terrace   98203-5834
                             CHELAN DOUGLAS PUBLIC
Washington   WA-77-0002      BENEFIT AREA, INC           Wenatchee    98801-5914




Washington   WA-77-0003      CLARK COUNTY PTBA           Vancouver    98661-6809




                             TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON
Washington   WA-86-X001      STATE DEPARTMENT OF        Olympia       98501-2361




Washington   WA-96-X017      LONGVIEW, CITY OF           Longview     98632-1134




Washington   WA-66-X002      KING, COUNTY OF             Seattle      98104-3854




Washington   WA-96-X008      CLARK COUNTY PTBA           Vancouver    98661-6809




Washington   WA-96-X010-01   SKAGIT TRANSIT SYSTEM       Burlington   98233-9772




Washington   WA-96-X014      PIERCE TRANSIT              Lakewood     98499-4431
Washington   WA-96-X018      EVERETT, CITY OF            Everett     98201-4515




Washington   WA-86-X002      QUINAULT INDIAN NATION      Taholah     98587-0189




                             TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON
Washington   WA-56-0001      STATE DEPARTMENT OF        Olympia      98501-2361




Wisconsin    WI-96-X002      WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF       West Bend   53095-2530




Wisconsin    WI-96-X018-00   WAUSAU, CITY OF             Wausau      54403-6276




                             TRANSPORTATION, WISCONSIN
Wisconsin    WI-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Madison     53705-2927




Wisconsin    WI-96-X008      GREEN BAY, CITY OF          Green Bay   54301-0100




Wisconsin    WI-77-0002-00   MADISON, CITY OF            Madison     53703-3340
Wisconsin   WI-96-X015-00   RACINE, CITY OF              Racine            53403-1146




Wisconsin   MN-96-X010-00   LA CROSSE, CITY OF           La Crosse         54601-3396




Wisconsin   WI-96-X010-00   KENOSHA, CITY OF (INC)       Kenosha           53140-3480




Wisconsin   WI-96-X003-00   APPLETON, CITY OF            Appleton          54911-4799




                            MILWAUKEE COUNTY,
Wisconsin   WI-96-X012      WISCONSIN                    milwaukee         53208-3509




Wisconsin   WI-96-X009      JANESVILLE, CITY OF          Janesville        53548-2928




                            LAC COURTE OREILLES TRIBAL
Wisconsin   WI-86-X002-00   GOVERNING BOARD              Hayward           54843-2186




Wisconsin   WI-96-X014-01   OZAUKEE, COUNTY OF           Port Washington   53074-1813
Wisconsin       WI-96-X019-00   LA CROSSE, CITY OF         La Crosse    54601-3396




Wisconsin       WI-96-X001-01   CITY OF OSHKOSH            Oshkosh      54901-4747




Wisconsin       WI-96-X017      WAUKESHA, CITY OF          Waukesha     53188-3646




Wisconsin       WI-96-X016      SHEBOYGAN, CITY OF (INC)   Sheboygan    53081-4442




Wisconsin       WI-96-X006-00   EAU CLAIRE, CITY OF        Eau Claire   54701-3718




Wisconsin       WI-96-X011-01   MADISON, CITY OF           Madison      53703-3340




West Virginia   WV-96-X003-00   WEIRTON, CITY OF           WEIRTON      26062-4527




                                KANAWHA VALLEY REGIONAL
West Virginia   WV-96-X004      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY   Charleston   25312-2412
                                EASTERN PANHANDLE TRANSIT
West Virginia   WV-96-X005-00   AUTHORITY INC                 Martinsburg   25401-8467




                                TRANSPORTATION, WEST
West Virginia   WV-86-X001      VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF        Charleston    25305-0001




                                OHIO VALLEY REGIONAL
West Virginia   WV-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY      WHEELING      26003-2130




West Virginia   WV-96-X008-00   TRI STATE TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Huntington    25704-1618




                                TRANSPORTATION, WYOMING
Wyoming         WY-86-X001-02   DEPARTMENT OF                 Cheyenne      82009-3310




Wyoming         WY-96-X002-00   CASPER, CITY OF               Casper        82601-1815




Wyoming         WY-96-X001-00   CHEYENNE, CITY OF             Cheyenne      82001-3512
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            cong_dist award_description                                               award_amount award_date        received        exp




                        The Fairbanks transportatin throughout the state.
                      0 Invest in public North Star Borough is investing in              $9,083,900      7/15/2009       $5,894,349      $5,894,349
                        Public Transportation by making various capital
                        purchases to include bus enunciators, a new bus
                        wash, security cameras for our paratransit vehicles
                        and fixed route buses, gates at our maintenance
                        facility, a replacement tire mounting unit, luminator
                        signs and a replacement diesel fuel dispenser. Funds
                        will also be used for construction of a park and ride lot
                        in North Pole, Alaska, and upgrades to the restrooms
                      0 at the Fairbanks Transit Center to make access easier              $763,234      7/31/2009         $305,685        $311,629




                        purchase of capital projects such as 4wheel drive
                        vehicle, intermodal shelter, and boat & motor, with
                      0 project management. investment in public
                        This award makes an                                                $223,000     12/18/2009          $36,016         $39,142
                        transportation with the following projects: Track
                        rehabilitation activities along the rail belt; Construction
                        of a second track at the Fairbanks Intermodal Facility;
                        Engineering for the Nenana Rail Realignment;
                        Automated Passenger Equipment Safety Devices
                        which will include switch position and track integrity
                        monitoring equipment; Construction of restroom
                        The projects included in and Seward Depots;
                      0 facilities at the Talkeena this grant provide funding for       $25,825,268      6/25/2009      $25,231,671     $25,570,223
                        ongoing improvements and replacements to the
                        Municipality’s public transportation infrastructure.
                        They include 15 vanpool vehicles and 13 40’
                        buses, bus passenger shelter improvements including
                        ADA accessibility, preventive and capital maintenance
                        of the fleet and Transit system security and facility
                        efficiency improvements. The ADA bus stop access
                      0 and facilities security enhancements exceed the                  $5,960,310      8/13/2009       $5,335,871      $5,336,000




                        This grant is for capital projects being funded by the
                        City of Montgomery's Montgomery Area Transit
                      2 System.                                                          $3,526,918      8/17/2009         $120,858      $1,296,193
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 17 new
  compressed natural gas buses and related tools for
  repair, rehabilitating a bus maintenance garage, and
7 replacing a bus wash and vacuum cleaning system.              $8,694,931   8/20/2009    $5,391,138    $5,391,138




    REPLACEMENT/EXPANSION OF ROLLING STOCK,
    ACQUISITION OF HISTORICAL STYLED BUS
1   SHELTER.
    Invest in public transportation by purchasing               $4,090,571   7/10/2009    $4,090,571    $4,090,571
    replacement fixed route vehicles, paratransit vehicles
    and trolleys, performing preventative maintenance on
    video survelliance systems, new and existing,
    installing new and replacement vehicle video
    survelliance systems, purchasing new passenger
    shelters, replacing a maintenance support vehicle and
    purchasing new and replacement bus stop signs and
5   an electronic message board in the transfer station.
    This grant application is for projects being funded from    $2,439,917   6/25/2009    $1,531,768    $1,766,282
    the Transit Investments for Greenhouse Gas and
    Energy Reduction (TIGGER) Discretionary Grant for
    the City of Montgomery-Montgomery Area Transit
    System (MATS). Items that will be purchased include:
    Five (5)Hybrid-electric buses from a manufacturer who
    meets all necessary FTA requirements in order to
    replace existing transit systems buses. Line items are
2   as follows: Purchase 5 (Five 30 foot) hybrid electric
    7/14/2010- Grant Amendment No. 1: Grant                     $2,675,000   3/31/2010           $0            $0
    amendment no. 1 programs remaining ARRA Section
    5307 Federal Funds in the amount of $1,023,565.00 to
    further the activities outlined in the initial grant
    application. This grant amendment included $493,565
    in Operating Assistance for the Cities of Florence,
    Dothan, Auburn/Opelika and Decatur. In addition, this
    amendment included funds in the amount of $530,000
2   Grant acquisition No. 1--This grant of a parking
    for theamendment and rehabilitiation amendment adds         $5,057,095    3/3/2010    $3,391,894    $3,392,107
    federal funding in the amount of $7,040,547.00
    (Capital-$5,055,569.00: Operations- $1,984,978.00) to
    further ARRA Section 5311 activities for non-urbanized
    area transit providers in the State of Alabama.
    Specifically, the following ALIs are increased: 11.12.15
    Buy Replacement Van ($136,873) and 11.7A.00
    Preventive Maintenance ($929,460). The following
2   ALIs are added for new projects: 30.09.01 Operating        $19,849,776    3/4/2010   $10,383,689   $10,445,298




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 23 new
7 compressed natural gas paratransit vans.                      $1,767,770   7/20/2010    $1,767,770    $1,767,770




  Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing 4 new
  buses, 2 new Demand response vans, rehabilitating
  the maintenance garage and performing preventive
  maintenance on existing buses and vans and
7 timeclocks for two locations.                                 $1,870,524   7/10/2009    $1,585,147    $1,617,421
   ARRA award will be used to fund:i) acquisition of four
   (4) less than forty foot transit vehicles for fixed route
   service in the City of Gadsden. three(3) vehicles are
   replacement and one (1) will be for service expansion
   ii)acquisition of equipment and services to enhannce
   transit service operations and management through
   GPS and AVL and computrised dispatch;iii)
   construction of two (2)covered and ADA accessible
 4 waiting/transfer facilities to be used by transt system        $856,964    9/25/2009     $798,577      $811,560




   This ARRA-Transit Capital Assistance Grant will be
   used to purchase a handicapped van for the
   Vocational Rehabilitation Division; to construct a ferry
   shelter, for inter-island passengars, at the Inter-Island
98 Wharf in Fagatogo; and for state administration costs.
   Fort Smith Transit will invest in public transportation by     $341,099    8/21/2009     $304,214      $304,214
   completing the transfer station facility at 200 Wheeler
   Avenue in Fort Smith, Arkansas, purchase four
   demand response buses, purchase and install
   approximately 30 bus shelters, purchase and install
   security cameras/surveillance equipment for transit
   buildings and buses, purchase mobile data terminals
   and renovate the administrative and maintenance
 3 buildings.                                                    $1,845,928   7/31/2009     $538,434      $563,950




   Invest in public ft standard diesel buses
 4 Purchase 3 <30transportation to include three new 40           $967,502     7/6/2009           $0            $0
   foot, low floor transit buses - upgrade ADA paratransit
   operating system - replace facility HVAC system with
   geothermal system - prepare facility for emergencies
   by acquiring a backup power generator - install
   upgraded maintenance department operating system -
   acquire miscellaneous equipment for maintenance
   department, including fork lift truck - refurbish transit
   Funds will be used for data processing equipment.
 3 shelter. Upgrade older transit assistance projects to         $1,261,444    7/6/2009    $1,180,917    $1,180,917
   incude the purchase of eight 35' buses, 4 paratransit
   buses to replace aging vheicles. An expansion of an
   existing Trolley Barn will provide space for a streetcar
   that is currently housed outside in the elements. A
   twenty year old heating and air conditioning system
   will be replaced in the administration building of the
   transit system and will provide more energy efficiency.
   This capital program expand the transit infrastructure
 2 Funds will be used tois part ofthe maintenance parking        $5,434,699   7/20/2009    $5,412,612    $5,412,612
   renewal and job creation programs funded thru the
   FTA. Our largest expenditure is for an on-line bus
   tracking & control system - Automated Vehicle Locator
   & Mobile Data Terminals (AVL / MDT). This combined
   hardware / software project will facilitate fleet
   management and improve customer responsiveness.
   As part of this system a data terminal and
   The Arkansas Highway and installed on the
 3 communications hardware isTransportation entire               $1,541,764   4/30/2009    $1,413,525    $1,413,525
   Department will invest American Recovery &
   Reinvestment Act funds in Arkansas' Public
   Transportation by purchasing 126 replacement buses
   for transit providers throughout the State of Arkansas.
   In addition, transit providers will receive funding for
   computer hardware and software; support vehicles
   and equipment; construction or rehabilitation of
 2 maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and       $15,139,150   6/11/2009   $12,775,983   $12,842,073
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new
  hybrid-electric bus, construct a transfer center, build
  passenger shelters along fixed-route system, provide
  design engineering services for new BRT route
  (expansion) and provide funding for preventative
  'The purchase of 40 on revenue fleet vehicles.
1 maintenance servicevehicles by 15 agencies,                   $1,227,303    7/22/2009    $1,022,246    $1,022,246
  purchasing agencies are: Bisbee, Catholic Community
  Services, Bullhead City, Coolidge, Cottonwood,
  Helping Hands Agency, Hopi Tribe, Kingman, Town of
  Miami, Pima County DOT, Navajo Nation, Maricopa,
  Sierra Vista, Sedona and Show Low. Cottonwood is
  building a new transit facility using formula and ARRA
  funding. Coolidge is building a new transit facility using
4 formula and ARRA funding. Both projects were already         $14,172,654    7/20/2009   $11,144,779   $11,144,677




1 Navajo Transit Admin/Maintenance Facility                     $2,200,000    6/29/2010           $0     $1,102,422

  Invest in public transportation by construction of Phase
  III of the Northwest Sun Tran Bus Storage and
  Maintenance Facility in Tucson, Arizona. This phase
  will include expansion of the maintenance building,
  additional bus parking, an additional bus wash and fuel
  tank to accommodate up to 250 buses. A new
7 administration building is also part of phase III.           $16,022,390    7/17/2009    $4,789,810   $10,948,452


  Transit capital improvements including park and rides,
  bus access lane, bus stop improvements, ITS system
  enhancements, BRT ROW construction, preventative
  maintenance and transit center and maintenance
  facility refurbishments. Also includes operational
4 funds.                                                       $66,074,735    8/21/2009   $26,513,187   $26,971,931
  Invest in public transportation by design and
  construction of a 3.9 Mile Tucson Modern Streetcar
  system to connect the University of Arizona to the
  Fourth Avenue retail and entertainment area,
  Downtown Tucson and the West End planned
  development in Tucson, Arizona. This project will
  include construction of trackwork, electrical systems,
  Construct a bus only crossover lane facility.
7 vehicles, and a maintenance service through the SR-          $63,000,000   12/27/2010       $7,900      $263,340
  51/Bell Road freeway interchange. Project
  components will include: bus only lane construction,
  traffic signal reconfiguration, lighting alterations,
  restriping and pedestrian modifications. The design
  consultant was given the Notice to Proceed in July
  2010. The project team made up of staff from the
  Arizona Department of Transportation, City of Phoenix
4 Street Transportation and Public Transit departments           $640,070     8/20/2009      $61,321       $62,148




  ARRA Project Implementation Reviews - Project
4 Management oversight                                           $700,000    12/13/2010     $154,667
     Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
     buses, new service vehicles, and ticket vending
23   machines with related equipment1) purchasing eleven
     Invest in public transportation by and software.               $4,314,864   6/10/2009    $2,927,561    $2,927,561
     (11) new transit bus replacements 2) making
     modifications to the AVTA transfer center located at
     Lancaster City Park 3) the construction of several
     photovoltaic equipped parking structures 4) the
     purchase of six (6) new service & support vehicles 5)
     The purchase of three (3) commuter driver shuttle
     vehicle replacements have been ordered and delivery
22   is complete 6) Renovation of a bus stop on a major
     This grant applies the 2009 ARRA formula allocation           $10,206,069    8/3/2009    $4,234,060    $4,234,060
     of $70,060,000 to the following projects: San Luis Rey
     transit center at $1,500,000 (located in Oceanside,
     CA, the construction of new 12 bay transit center); rail
     electrification & power distribution at $12,000,000 (will
     replace worn out sections of contact wire and
     hardware on the San Diego Trolley line beginning at
     the 12th & Imperial Ave station through the San Ysidro
53   station, all located in San Diego County); Blue light rail
     Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating Line rail   $70,059,569   8/14/2009   $24,795,060   $27,503,438
     vehicles; engaging in preventive maintenance
     activities to preserve/extend the functionality of the
     SFMTA's assets; rehabilitating articulated motor
     coaches; upgrading the SFMTA’s mileage and
     fuel tracking system for diesel and trolley coaches;
     equipping an interim Operations Control Center to
     support dispatching and rerouting of vehicles, incident
8    This grant, CA-96-X045, will voice communications
     detection and response, and provide funds for                 $85,467,854   6/10/2009   $61,070,520   $65,082,391
     preventive maintenance for upkeep of San Joaquin
     Regional Transit District's buses and paratransit
     vehicles. Funds will also be used for the following
     projects: Construction of the Mall Transfer Station;
     Design/Engineering of the Regional Operations
     Center; Associated capital maintenance items;
     Computer/Communications equipment and software;
18   Capitalin public transportation amenities and transit
     Invest tire lease; Passenger by purchasing                     $6,941,181   6/12/2009    $6,917,103    $6,930,941
     replacement transit vehicles and implementing bus
     stop improvements. The funds will be utilized to 1)
     purchase up to three 18 passenger, up to 30-foot,
     CNG-powered cut-away buses that have an expected
     useful life of five years or 150,000 miles; 2) purchase
     one 29-passenger, 32', CNG-powered bus that has an
     expected useful life of 10 years or 350,000 miles; and
36   3) implement bus stop improvements throughout the
     Invest in public transportation by purchasing new               $727,900    9/11/2009     $499,601      $499,601
     replacement buses, providing paratransit service to
     persons with disabilities, installing particulate matter
     traps on ADA paratransit vehicles, and performing
     preventive maintenance on the existing bus fleet. As a
     result of the investments in this grant, SamTrans is
     able to offer public transportation service that is safer,
     more reliable, and more environmentally friendly, while
12   Invest in public transportation by might otherwise be
     allowing the retention of jobs thatpurchasing two 40'          $9,923,640   6/10/2009    $9,237,722    $9,251,228
     compressed natural gas (CNG) buses, two 30' CNG
     buses, a regional fare collection system, fleet-wide
     automated passenger counters, an additional CNG
     compressor, and six nonrevenue support vehicles; by
     repairing and improving bus stop locations throughout
     the city via concrete and other substructural work,
     installing new bus stop signage, refurbishing bus stop
20   locations (shelters, benches, etc.) and renovating or         $12,062,685   8/14/2009    $5,465,270    $6,602,107
   Invest in public transportation by installing canopies at
34 the Metro Red Line escalator entrances.                     $6,770,224   8/25/2009    $511,532     $675,715




   Invest in public transportation by providing transit
   enhancements such as public art, signage and
   wayfinding improvements to bus stations and local bus
34 stop transfer/interface areas.                              $1,030,644   6/10/2009    $161,087     $173,526

   Perchase 1 replacement coach for Clean Air
   Express,2 ADA vans, 4 replacement buses for local
   service, 6 particulate traps for existing buses, bus
   security cameras, and 6 bike racks. The Clean Air
   Express Coach and the 4 replacement buses have
   been purchased and delivered. Expect full project
   Invest in public June 30, 2011.
24 compleation by transportation. These funds will             $1,342,268   8/14/2009   $1,004,174   $1,004,174
   partially finance the purchase of one replacement bus.
   The bus to be replaced is a 1998 40' diesel fixed route
   urban public transit bus. This bus will have met the
   end of its useful life by 2010. The 1998 bus will be
   replaced with a 40', low floor Diesel Hybrid Electric
   Bus (DHEB) fixed route, urban public transit bus. This
   bus will be procured in accordance with the FTA's
   The grant will fund a variety The bus will meet the
 6 Procurement Requirements.of transit capital projects         $312,865    9/28/2009          $0           $0
   in all 58 California counties. Projects include vehicles,
   bus and intermodal terminals, fare collection systems,
   security equipment, information signage, construction
   and renovation of maintenance and storage facilities,
   park-and-ride lots, bus shelters and signal and
   communications equipment, including radios. The
   grant will also support preventive maintenance
 5 programs and provide a source of operating                  $1,977,134   7/24/2009    $682,763     $946,919


   Investment in public transportation to purchase up to
   27 paratransit vehicles, up to 113 smartcard
   replacement fareboxes, and management information
   technology hardware and software to update
   computerized routing and mapping, crew rostering and
17 dispatching, payroll and customer service features.
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4             $4,909,939   8/11/2009   $4,371,876   $4,371,876
   replacement supervisory vans; purchasing 8 new 35-
   foot low floor buses that include security cameras for
   the expansion of our fixed route fleet; upgrade fare
   collection system by installing new validating
   fareboxes on all buses that will electonically validate
   tickets, passes, and transfers; spend $1,000,000 on
   paratransit service over 2 fiscal years to protect jobs
23 and provide service to passengers with disabilities and     $7,590,980    2/1/2010   $4,628,826   $4,628,826




   investment in public transportation through the design
   engineering and construction of a transit transfer
51 terminal in the downtown area of the City of El Centro      $1,221,911   7/31/2009          $0           $0
     Purchase electronic fareboxes for fixed route bus fleet
     vehicels. Electronic fareboxes will be compatible with
     electronic fareboxe systems throughout the Bay Area -
     creating a more seamless fare payment system for
 7   bus patrons throughout the Bay Area.
     Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating five (5)     $115,330     3/2/2010           $0            $0
     42- passenger buses and four (4) 28-passenger
     buses, remfg seven (7) 28- passenger buses and eight
     (8) 15-passenger buses. The projects funded under
     this grant will invest in transportation that will provide
     long term economic benefits. This investment will also
     contribute to preserving and maintaining jobs and
     promoting economic recovery in the vehicle
 4   manufacturing and construction industry.
     Invest in public transportation by refurbishing the fast      $1,350,000   7/31/2009     $151,014      $151,014
     passenger ferry M.V. Chinook. The M.V. Chinook was
     originally built by Washington State Ferries (WSF) in
     1998 as part of their Passenger Only Fast Ferry
     (POFF) program. The vessel was in operation for 4
     years prior to WSF shutting the POFF program down.
     Since that time the vessel has been sitting idle tied up
     at the WSF maintenance facility. The Golden Gate
 8   Bridge, Highway and Transportationpurchasing 51 bus
     Invested in public transportation by District                $11,873,748   6/10/2009    $9,740,122   $10,255,443
     shelters for installation throughout SunLine's service
     area in the Coachella Valley, installing Intelligent
     Transportation Systems (ITS) technology on all fixed
     route and paratransit (demand response) vehicles, and
     rehabilitating the existing bus maintenance facility. The
     expected outcomes for these investments include
     providing safe and comfortable bus stops for
45   The grant will fund a variety of transit to travel to and
     passengers as they wait for the busescapital projects         $4,714,391   6/25/2009     $994,822      $994,822
     in all 58 California counties. Projects include vehicles,
     bus and intermodal terminals, fare collection systems,
     security equipment, information signage, construction
     and renovation of maintenance and storage facilities,
     park-and-ride lots, bus shelters and signal and
     communications equipment, including radios. The
     grant will also support preventive maintenance
 5   programs and provide a source of operating                   $33,963,166   7/24/2009   $17,362,478   $20,960,149




   Capitalized Preventive Maintenance, Information
   Technology Equipment Replacement, Replace
   Support Vehicles, Renovate Yards, Acquire Shop
10 Equipment.
   Invest in public transportation Projects 1. Purchases           $5,118,120   7/31/2009    $4,927,855    $4,927,855
   new fareboxes that will enhance fare handling and
   provide better data for performaance reporting. This
   applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of
   $172,340 to install new GFI fareboxes/counters. We
   will purchase approximately sixty-three fareboxes that
   have an expected useful life of fifteen years. The
   fareboxes being replaced do not have the capability to
   This grant determine boardings/alightings, these
10 accurately will utilize $500,000 in ARRA Surface                 $172,340     3/2/2010           $0            $0
   Transportation Program (STP) funds transferred from
   the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to the
   Federal Transit Administration (FTA) allocated to the
   City of Laguna Beach to support the following: The
   purchase of three (3) replacement alternative fuel
   transit buses to be purchased by and operated in the
   City of Laguna Beach for $500,000. This grant activity
40 is a categorical exclusion under NEPA, and is included           $500,000     3/3/2010     $500,000      $500,000
   The City will purchase approx. 8 new cutaway buses
   that meet the Clean Air Act standards and the
   Americans with Disabilities Act; a mix of bus
   passenger shelters and amenities (approx. 13), and
   preventive maintenance (PM) costs for Madera's fixed-
19 route and Dial-A-Ride fleet.                                   $1,182,667   7/31/2009      $131,036       $178,414

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing three new
   40-foot low floor, low sulphur diesel buses for the fixed-
   route system, by purchasing nine new Type II
   paratransit vans for the ADA Paratransit servcie and
   by ensuring preventative maintenance activities for the
   ADA Paratransit Service are performed to keep the
 2 vehicles in efficient operation.                               $1,670,987   6/25/2009     $1,337,959     $1,337,959




   Invest in public transportation by replacing aging
   traction power substations and associated electrical
   support systems located along the light rail Metro Blue
34 Line Right Of Way and the Metro Blue Line Yard.                $8,185,197   5/11/2009     $5,576,641     $6,051,713


   Invest in public transporation by purchasing CNG
   buses, overhauling buses, designing and construction
   of emergency egress, purchasing fiber optic
   transmission equipment, replacing aging traction
   power substations and associated electrical support
34 systems, and electrification of CNG compressions.            $225,154,824   6/10/2009   $128,159,632   $134,750,170
   This funding will be for Phase A. Phase A includes
   construction of the Bus Transit Center, one-half of the
   parking structure with Paseo, interim parking on
   Parcels L1, L2, and the USPS site, as well as various
   streetscape projects. Phase A of the project will
   achieve the Project?s goal of 1200 parking stalls for
   Ferry Patrons through its use of interim parking until
   An Investment the second phase is complete.
 7 such a time as in Public Transportation :                       $439,212     3/3/2010      $395,291       $439,212
   #1) Restoration of the City of Vallejo Ferry Terminal
   Landmark located on Mare Island Way. Repair and
   rehabilitation will include of roof, walls, windows, ADA
   upgrades, doors, public restrooms, observation deck,
   elevator, stairways and railings. Vallejo Transit is the
   eight largest system in the region with a combined
   ridership of 3,000,000. As the 8th largest transit bus
 7 and ferry system in the Region, Vallejo Transit runs           $9,621,790    3/3/2010     $9,366,099     $9,621,790




   Invest in public transportion by Electronic Fare
   collection System on vehicles, purchasing 4 new
   buses, performing Preventative maintenance on
   existing buses, install bus stop amenities, and
23 improving transit center.                                      $1,235,580   7/24/2009      $898,220       $991,707




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   diesel-electric hybrid buses, providing operating
   assistance, and rehabilitating bus stops with
   pedestrian and Americans with Disabilities Act
16 wheelchair access improvements.                               $59,756,468    3/2/2010    $48,022,422    $48,276,333
   Fueling Station Upgrade: This project is for a fueling
   station upgrade located at the Corporation Yard in
   Benicia, CA. This is an air district mandated upgrade
   reequired to recover vapors emanating from the
   dispensing of gasoline. The work includes retrofitting
   the existing gasoline pump, new hoses and nozzles,
   and recovery tank system. This project may also
   include a fuel island roof replacement. All fueling
 7 stations are required to have a full coverage roof over        $132,000    7/10/2009     $57,105      $57,105

     To invest in public transportation by purchasing and
     installing automated fareboxes on transit buses,
     cameras, security systems, buses, and shelters,
     constructing ancillary structure and solar panels for
     Transit Maintenance Shop, providing preventive
     maintenance, designing and engineering the
11   Operations/Maintenancewas awarded funding for the
     The City of Santa Maria Facility.                           $2,054,603   6/25/2009    $452,095     $627,720
     purchase of buses and construction of a new Transit
     Center. The current transit center is unable to meet
     the demands of the current system. Santa Maria Area
     Transit is also in need of replacing old fleet. Also, the
     purchase of low floor replacement bus for the City of
     Guadalupe Tansit Service Programming Status. The
     purchase of 12 used electronic registering fareboxes
23   as wellin public transportation Projects 1. Fund
     Invest as the purchase of Diesel Particulate Filter         $2,548,629   9/25/2009   $1,354,563   $2,329,918
     preventative Maintenance on transit vehicles 2.
     Repower MCI Coaches by replacing diesel particulate
     filters to comply with Ca Air Resources Board
     regulations and prolong the life of the vehicle 3.
     Purchase/Replace transit coaches that are at the end
     of their useful life 4. Purchases new fareboxes that will
     enhance fare handling and provide better data for
10   performaance reporting                                      $3,923,469    3/2/2010   $2,759,575   $2,759,575
     The project provides $6,400,000 in Federal Transit
     Investments for Greenhouse Gas and Energy
     Reduction (TIGGER) American Recovery and
     Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to install photovoltaic
     solar panels to generate 'green' energy credits for the
     production of hydrogen. The panels will be installed at
     AC Transit's Central Maintenance Facility, 10626 E.
 9   14th Street, Oakland, CA.                                   $6,400,000    3/3/2010          $0    $2,566,038


   09 ARRA REPLACE BUSES & PM: This grant is for
   preventive maintenance (PM) activities for Sonoma
   County Transit's fixed-route system during FY 2010,
   and the replacement of three (3) compressed natural
   gas (CNG) 40-foot buses in Sonoma County Transit's
 6 fixed-route fleet.                                            $2,403,205   5/21/2009   $1,350,000   $1,350,000




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
26 replacement paratransit vehicles.                              $124,748    8/14/2009    $124,748     $124,748
   Invest in Public Transportation- Replace five 15+ yeal
   old diesel buses with new, clean air, gasoline/electirc
   hybrid buses. In addition, funds will be used to
   construct a multi-modal Park and Ride facility
   featuring: commuter parking, transit hub, bicycle
   accomodations, and a potential future rail platform.
   Green building elements (such as solar power) will be
 1 incorporated into the design.                                 $3,501,039   7/31/2009   $3,197,787   $3,197,787
   On June 25th 2009, Long Beach Transit was awarded
   $16,497,214 in American Recovery and Reinvestment
   Act (ARRA) funds. The ARRA funds have helped Long
   Beach Transit (LBT) to continue striving to provide
   high quality, clean and safe public transportation for
   it's patrons, while promoting economic recovery
   through the purchase of goods and services. The
   availability of ARRA funds has allowed LBT to invest in
37 public transportation through Bus Capital and Bus             $16,497,214   6/25/2009   $15,727,572   $15,727,572




     Invest in public transportation to purchase diesel vans
     and compressed natural gas buses to replace existing
24   vans andpublic transportation for 1) Improve Keller
     Invest in buses.                                             $1,930,281   6/10/2009    $1,930,281    $1,930,281
     Rail Yard; 2) Partial funding for Positive Train Control
     (PTC) system on the Southern California Regional Rail
     Authority's (SCRRA) Metrolink commuter train system
     in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino,
     Ventura, and San Diego Counties; 3) Improve
     Maintenance Facility Entrance and Storage Area; 4)
     Rehab Rail Track on Ventura County; 5) Rehab Bridge
34   on Ventura County; 6) Rehab Signal on Ventura for
     Invest in public transportation by providing funds          $24,958,045   8/14/2009   $19,241,246   $22,663,546
     transit operating, preventive maintenance of buses,
     Americans with disabilities paratransit service
     operations, and transit enhancements, including solar
     bus shelters, benches and map display cases. This
     award will also partially fund the purchase of two
     hybrid fixed route buses that will serve as replacement
     buses. FTA ARRA grant CA-66-X010 will provide the
 6   balance of the funds necessary to fully fund the
     Sausalito Ferry Landing Improvements - This project          $5,272,382   7/10/2009    $4,289,133    $4,289,133
     will design and construct replacement ramps and
     gangways to improve access for those traveling on the
     ferry between San Francisco and Sausalito. This
     project would provide environmental, design,
     engineering and construction to rehabilitate the
     Sausalito ferry landing to overcome impediments to
     future growth and increased bicycle usage by
 8   Invest in public tourists. The through four transit
     commuters andtransportation existing facilities will be      $3,200,000   9/10/2010     $326,215      $381,252
     capital projects for the City of Montebello, Montebello
     Bus Lines: 1. Fuel Island Underground Storage Tank
     Modification ? the gasoline and diesel fuel tanks would
     be modified for the City?s new fleet of gasoline-electric
     hybrid buses. The gasoline and diesel tanks would be
     switched and fuel islands would be modified. 2.
     Construct CNG Fueling Station ? a CNG fueling
38   station would be constructed to allow fueling of the         $6,005,000   9/25/2009    $2,507,362    $2,507,362




   Federal Transit Administration (Recovery and
   Reinvestment Act of 2009)- Providing funds to build a
   maintenance facility and a bus loading lane, and to
   purchase shelters, buses, and tools and equipment for
 4 vehicle maintenance.
   FTA - Transit Investment in Greenhouse Gas and                  $327,174    6/29/2010     $103,926      $171,970
   Energy Reduction. The award will be used to fund the
   installation of photovoltaic solar paneled canopies and
   carports at the City of Santa Clarita's LEED Gold
   Certified Transit Maintenance Facility. These new
   additions, when combined with the existing
   photovoltaic solar paneled canopie will generate 95%
   of all electricity needed to power the facility and
25 provide shade to the City's existing bus fleet.                $4,620,000    3/2/2010    $3,229,975    $3,229,975
   To invest in transportation infrastructure that will
   provide long-term economic benefits. To stabilize local
   government budgets in order to avoid reductions in
18 essential transit services.                                   $5,586,606   8/14/2009    $5,366,622    $5,432,178


   The overall purpose of the grant is to invest in public
   transportation to improve the safety and reliablity of
   the transit system and to improve the passenger
   comfort in the modified revenue vehicles. Therefore,
   the BART passengers should have a safer and better
 9 riding experience.
   Invest in public transportation by imrpovement of bus        $34,076,619   4/13/2009   $16,126,503   $18,923,187
   stop including, but not limited to, installation of bus
   shelters, benches, and trash recepticles at over 50
   locations. The City of Tracy currently operates 5 fixed
   bus routes serving over 90,000 passengers annually.
   Additionally, the City operates a Paratransit system
   which services over 24,000 passengers annually. The
   addition of bus shelters and benches will provide a
11 safer environment for passengers to wait for the bus.         $1,711,239   6/10/2009           $0            $0
   City of Norwalk Transit System is investing in public
   transportation by rehabilitating or replacing bus
   passenger shelters throughout the City of Norwalk;
   rehabilating or renovating pedestrian access walkways
   at Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Transportation Center;
   and performing capitalized preventive maintenance for
   existing transit vehicles, through the use of funding
38 from ARRA FTA Grant #CA-96-X039.                              $2,284,189   8/20/2009    $1,524,801    $1,524,801

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new
   fixed route bus, prepare the environmental and
   preliminary engineering documents for the Manteca
   Multimodal Station project, rebrand and market the
   City's transit system, offset the cost of the Manteca
   Transit operations facility lease and purchase and
11 install bus stop passenger amenities.                         $1,299,009    3/2/2010     $146,938      $269,742


   The overall purpose of the grant is to invest in public
   transportation to improve the safety and reliablity of
   the transit system and to improve the passenger
   comfort in the modified revenue vehicles. Therefore,
   the BART passengers should have a safer and better
 9 riding experience.
   Invest in public transportation by maintaining the           $48,263,671   4/13/2009   $39,251,732   $41,054,668
   Caltrain track and related infrastructure in a state of
   good repair, replacement of the Caltrain Operations
   Control Center for dispatching trains, the installation of
   additional bicycle racks on trains, and operating
   assistance for the commuter rail service. Originally,
   the grant included a project to renovate railroad
   bridges in San Mateo, California, however, as
   Invest in public transportation in 1) grant for this
12 previously reported, the funds by:thispurchasing three       $11,962,776   6/10/2009   $10,941,779   $11,029,521
   (3) new electric buses and constructing the charging
   systems. These buses will meet the Clean Air Act
   standards and the American with Disabilities Act
   requirements. 2) Renovate the Pomona Operations
   and Maintenance facility by remodeling and expanding
   the dispatch area, operator break and rest areas. 3)
   At the Administrative Headquarters in West Covina -
32 replace windows with energy-efficient and seismically        $21,364,202   8/20/2009   $17,225,612   $17,569,131
   Purchase of two commuter buses and 2 fixed route
 4 buses                                                        $1,285,000   7/16/2009   $1,266,493   $1,238,752

   This grant will fund construction of the transit agency's
   Bus Transfer-Hub Center. As a result of these funds,
   the agency's contractor performing the construction
   was able to continue to employ 12 builders, heavy
   equipment operators and electricians. In addition, the
   agency was able to retain one administrative staff
19 position for project support and oversight.                  $1,559,585   7/10/2009          $0           $0




   Invest in public transportation by replacing a vehicle
   lift, making vehicles security improvements through
   purchase of camera and recorders, and the purchase
39 of equipment for use in fleet maintenance.                    $174,487    8/20/2009    $151,423     $151,423




   Invest in public transportation by installing solar power
   generation equipment throughout the service area;
   and installing LED lights and plug-in recharging
49 stations for hybrid vehicles in parking lots.                $2,000,000    3/2/2010   $1,050,522   $1,223,041




   Transit Capital - Bus Replacement of six 1997 diesel
35 buses with six Hybrid Gasoline-Electric buses.               $3,584,821    7/8/2009   $3,584,821   $3,584,821




   This grant applies the FY 2009 ARRA 5307 Capital
   allocation of $1,726,126 to replace four(4) 35 FT
   buses. This grant also applies FY 2009 ARRA 5307
   funds for ADA Paratransit Operations in the amount of
 2 $87,831.                                                     $1,813,957   7/22/2009   $1,668,640   $1,668,640




             public Transportation
49 Invest in Public transportation by enhancing and             $1,125,000   6/29/2010    $105,197     $105,197
   replacing existing technology including installing
   automated passenger counters, and integrating legacy
   and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and
   data; constructing bus turn-out lanes and installing bus
   shelters; replacing or renewing railroad right-of-way
   infrastructure components, including at-grade
   crossings, turn-outs, rails, crossties, track structure,
49 signal and communication system components;                 $10,739,815   6/10/2009   $9,628,418   $9,788,561
   Fiscal Year 2009 Transportation Enhancement
   projects eligible for funding under the Federal
   American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) for
   the City of Simi Valley/Simi Valley Transit include
   funding for the following: 1) TRANSIT SHELTER
   PROGRAM ($484,000) - Like-kind
   replacement/addition of 38 bus shelters, thirteen of
   which will be solar powered. In addition, bus stop
24 amenities, at 188 bus stop locations throughout the          $3,039,749   12/29/2009    $2,585,491    $2,729,747


   Invest in public transportation by performing
   preventative maintenance on existing buses, install
   video surveillance equipment on the entire fleet of
   buses, install new farebox equipment on existing
   buses, construct a transit center and install new
   This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Urbanized agency.
43 information system to help better manage the Area           $20,708,588    7/31/2009   $20,069,981   $20,069,981
   Formula grant allocation of $8,022,665 to bus
   replacement for a portion of the City of Los Angeles'
   transit fleet. The City of Los Angeles Department of
   Transportation will purchase a total of sixteen 40-foot
   over-the-road transit coaches that are designed for a
   useful life of 12 years or 500,000 miles. The ARRA
   grant allocations of $8,022,665 will be completely used
34 in purchasing buses. The City of Los Angeles has             $8,022,665    7/31/2009           $0            $0


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing a
   replacement bus, replacement demand response
   minivans, and a replacement phone system; and
   rehabilitating light rail vehicles, performing preventive
   maintenance on existing buses and light rail vehicles,
 5 and providing bus, light rail, and ADA transit service.     $23,473,880    7/24/2009   $16,648,034   $16,671,420




   The project is to construct track of the UPRR mainline
   south of the BNSF crossing. This will give trains the
   ability to chamber off the mainline track to let other
18 trains pass.                                                 $3,096,001    6/10/2009    $3,096,001    $3,096,001




   Mid-life overhaul of 3 Altamont Commuter Express
   (ACE) passenger rail locomotives. The project is for a
   mid-life overhaul of the first three ACE locomotives.
   The overhaul increases the useful life of the
18 locomotives.                                                 $2,954,552    6/10/2009    $2,954,552    $2,954,552




   Invest in public transportation by providing assistance
   to the following projects: COP debt service payment,
   capital cost of contracting, capitalized preventive
   maintenance, non-fixed ADA paratransit service
44 operations and transit enhancements.                        $17,465,036    7/10/2009   $17,334,847   $17,334,847




   Invest in public transit by purchasing four replacement
   buses. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
   funds also enable the City of Corona Transit Service
   (CCTS) to purchase and install bus stop amenities for
44 the convenience of our patrons.                               $600,000     8/20/2009           $0            $0
   Invest in public transportation. ARRA funds will be
   used to purchase ten (10) 30-foot hybrid gasoline
   buses, three (3) articulated alternative fuel buses, and
   two (2) 40-foot alternative fuel buses. In addition, the
   ARRA funds will go towards Big Blue Bus' Bus Stop
   Redevelopment project to purchase and install
   approximately 83 bus shelters within the City of Santa
30 Monica, CA. of the ARRA grant is the purchase of one
   The first part                                             $14,266,151   7/10/2009   $9,014,812   $9,030,758
   (1) replacement bus. This CNG-powered bus will
   replace a 1990 diesel transit vehicle. The new vehicle
   will provide more reliable service to Commerce
   residents, reduce operating costs through improved
   reliability, and significantly reduce air pollution. The
   new CNG bus will meet 2010 EPA emission
   requirements, which will result in a 90% reduction in
   There are three major projects ordered in August 2009
34 NOx and PM. This vehicle was for FTA Grant CA-96-            $581,682    8/14/2009    $420,000     $420,000
   X042. Preventative Maintenance - this project is used
   to fund the maintenance of public transportation
   related equipment. Construction of Aerial Station -
   these funds wil be used to partially fund the
   construction of the EXPO aerial station which will be
   located at Venice and Robertson blvd. The EXPO rail
   line (phase 1) will run from downtown Los Angeles to
33 Culver City. Rennovate/Rehab Pedestrian Walkway -           $3,580,109   7/31/2009   $2,500,000   $2,500,000


   Invest in public transportation for partial funding for
   system-wide Signal Programs on LACMTA-owned rail
   rights-of-way of the Southern California Regional Rail
   Authority's (SCRRA) Metrolink commuter train system,
   in Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino,
34 and San Diego Counties.                                     $1,323,675   7/20/2010    $181,094    $1,129,675




   Invest in public transportation by installing wayside
   energy storage substation at the Westlake passenger
34 station on the high-speed heavy rail subway Red Line.       $4,466,000    3/2/2010    $203,067     $203,661




   Invest in public transportation through construction of
   a new administrative, operations, and maintenance
   facility and the capital cost of contracting for the
   RIV090121 transportation services.
41 purchase of AUTOMATED FAREBOX SYSTEM The                    $3,413,070    6/1/2009   $3,413,070   $3,413,070
   City of Riverside has requested ARRA funds to
   purchase an automated farebox system for its 26
   vehicles. This system is proposed to accomplish the
   following: 1. Enhance the security of farebox funds and
   improve financial reporting. 2. Present a more
   technologically advanced fare system and allow for
   better customer service. 3. Allow for a direct interface
44 with Transtrack leading to better performance to
   FTA Capital Assistance. The award will be used               $700,000    8/20/2009      $1,474       $1,474
   fund 5 Transit related projects which will improve the
   City of Santa Clarita's Transit System infrastructure
   and efficiency. The afforementioned five projects to
   be funded through this award are as follows: McBean
   Transfer Station Park & Ride, Newhall Metrolink
   Station Parking Expansion,Transit Information
   Network Project Additions, Universal Fare System
25 FareBox Expansion, and On-Board Camera Upgrade              $5,125,864    9/8/2009    $231,294     $231,294
   ARRA provides approximately $9 billion dollars for
   public transit through four major funding programs: ?
   Transit Capital Assistance Program (TCAP) ? Fixed
   Guideway Infrastructure Investment Program (FGIIP)
   ? Capital Investment Grants Program (CIGP) ?
   Transportation Investments Generating Economic
   Recovery (TIGER) Program The TCAP program
   assists urbanized and non-urbanized areas, states,
 9 and Indian tribes in funding transit capital needs such        $1,651,944    12/3/2010     $230,613




 8 ARRA Task Order                                                 $575,000    12/17/2010      $93,138




   Provide FTA's Office of Program Management (TPM)
   in Washington, DC and FTA Regional Offices with
34 Project Management Oversight Services                            $10,000    12/14/2010           $0




   Provide seminars and technical assistance to ARRA
   Invest in conduct ARRA reviews
29 grantees,public transportation by purchasing                    $164,970     8/13/2009      $65,389
   Automated Passenger Counter (APC) for Light Rail
   Vehicles, the 16th Street Mall Shuttles, and buses that
   operate on the I-25 HOV lanes. The APC's register
   detailed data on passenger boarding and alighting by
   routes and by bus stops. The APC's allow
   improvements to the collection of ridership
   information, which will be used for service
   Invest in public transportation by implementations of
 1 performance mesaurements and performing                         $753,399     6/25/2009     $743,585      $743,585
   preventative maintenance on existing buses,
   purchasing new intercity buses, building Q Jumps for
   buses along US-36 and deploy a new farebox
   collection system. This grant will also invest in
   upgrading light rail stations to a four train car platform,
   build a derailment intrusion detection system, and
   maintenance of the E-Clips. RTD is also investing in
   2009 transportation by repairing and increasing life
 1 publicTransit Capital Assistance Grants - Urbanized           $72,092,176    7/17/2009   $42,204,173   $52,853,616
   Area Funding Program. This grant applies $3,302,563
   of the available 2009 ARRA Formula allocation to bus
   and minivan replacement and bus expansion. The
   City of Fort Collins will replace 6 x older model Gillig
   35' Biodiesel buses that are past their useful life of 12
   years with 6 x 40' Nort American Bus Industries (NABI)
   Low Floor compressed natural gas buses
 4 ($2,433,792). The buses have an expected useful life           $3,403,060    7/10/2009    $3,372,002    $3,398,341
   Invest in public transportation by upgrading the heating
   system at the East Metro bus maintenance facility
   located in Aurora, CO. This project will replace the
   three existing boilers with three new 15-psi, 20-ppm
   NOx boilers with Advanced Hawk Integrated Control
   Systems. The advanced control system will operate
   the boilers based on load demand as opposed to
 1 outside temperature.                                            $770,000      3/3/2010      $43,118       $68,387
  Invest in public transportation through Section 5307
  ARRA funds for the construction of a new
  maintenance facility for Grand Valley Transit in
  Whitewater, CO. on land already owned by Mesa
  County. This facility will replace the existing facility
  and be the only maintenance facility for Grand Valley
  Transit. This facility will provide adequate bus parking,
  staff and delivery parking, parts storage, meeting
3 safety requirements, and provide necessary                        $1,538,694   7/10/2009     $919,670     $1,262,704




  Purchase of five (5) Americans with Disabilities Act
  (ADA) compliant buses (2-35', 3-40' and 1-35' hybrid
  bus) for replacement. Ten percent, $239,031, has
  been approved by the Federal Transit Authority (FTA)
3 for operating expenditures.
  This ARRA grant is an investment in public                        $2,390,313   6/10/2009    $2,345,935    $2,345,935
  transportation, environmental protection, and other
  infrastructure that will contribute to preserving and
  maintaining jobs and promoting the economic recovery
  in the vehicle manufacturing, product manufacturing,
  and construction industries. The 2009 American
  Recovery & Reinvestment Act is funding the following
  projects to enhance and expand the public
4 transportation services to the citizens of thisthe heating
  Invest in public transportation by improving                      $2,010,332   8/17/2010     $399,114      $399,114
  system at the Boulder bus maintenance facility located
  in Boulder, CO. This project will replace two old boilers
  with four new 2.5 MBtu Clearfire condensing boilers
  with 20-ppm low NOx burners. An updated control
  system will allow the boilers to be reset based on
  outdoor air temperatures, will reduce cycling of the
  boilers, and will serve as a boiler master controller that
1 will stage the boilers based on demand loading rather              $325,000     3/3/2010      $28,745       $45,592




  Invest in public transportation through building a fleet
  maintenance facility, purchasing new or replacement
  vehicles, providing some operating and or capital
1 assistance to various grantees around Colorado.                  $12,492,195   6/10/2009   $11,486,421   $10,423,118
  This project invests the American Recovery and
  Reinvestment (ARRA) funds to preserve and enhance
  public transportation service by funding fleet
  maintenance, fund transit operational services,
  renovate existing transit facilities, install state of the art
  security systems on transit fleet and facilities,
  purchase new paratransit and service vehicles, and
5 help fund the construction of a new contractor facility.          $8,788,893   7/10/2009    $6,488,760    $7,068,270




  This Support
6 PMO2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act                    $1,400,000   9/21/2010     $149,218
  grant constitutes an investment in Connecticut's public
  transportation infrastructure by effecting the following
  major capital improvements with a combined total
  grant value of $31,536,449 and consisting of: 1)
  $26,536,449 for the New Haven Line (NHL)
  Component Change Out (CCO) Shop and 2)
  $5,000,000 for the Danbury Branch Centralized Train
1 Control (CTC) signalization project for a total ARRA             $31,536,449   8/21/2009   $26,536,449   $26,536,449
    Investment in public transportation. Under the
    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
    and in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of
    Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit
    Authority received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle
    repower program involving 40 buses (73% of the bus
    fleet in the Bridgeport region) that will incorporate the
    latest technology in emissions reductions, leading to
4   an 11% improvement in fuel economy and an 80%
    This 2009 ARRA grant provides for the following major         $2,800,000    4/15/2009    $2,513,272    $2,379,246
    capital improvements with a total grant value of
    $43,791,192 identified as follows: 1) $10,000,000
    funds for the New Haven Line (NHL) Station
    Improvement Project to implement the construction
    phase of the project; 2) $5,400,000 funds for the
    Shore Line East (SLE) - Branford Railroad Station
    Parking Expansion project; 3) $3,391,192 funds for the
1   On 3/3/2010, this grant was approved Change Out
    New Haven Rail Line Yard Componentby FTA Region I            $43,791,192    8/26/2009   $13,292,586   $13,292,586
    for an amendment of $237,778. The total of
    $68,874,251 in Section 5307 Formula American
    Recovery and Reinvestment Act ARRA funds -
    Hartford, New Haven, Bridgeport-Stamford, Springfield-
    MA-CT, Worcester-MA-CT & Governor's
    apportionments for two projects identified as follows:
    1) the systemwide replacement of 136, 35', 45' and 60'
1   buses with up public transportation. Under the and 2)
    Investment in to 106 potential hybrid upgrades;              $68,874,251    6/19/2009   $64,765,531   $64,765,531
    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
    and in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of
    Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit
    Authority received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle
    repower program involving 40 buses (73% of the bus
    fleet in the Bridgeport region) that will incorporate the
    latest technology in emissions reductions, leading to
4   an 11% improvement in fuel economy and an 80%                  $350,000    10/13/2010           $0            $0
    This project is an investment in public transportation
    by improving the existing pulse point facility, the
    transfer location for all local and regional fixed-route
    buses in Norwalk. The improvements include security
    cameras, a canopy system that will cover the 300 foot
    length of the pulse point, lighting, street and sidewalk
    repair, and paving, curbing, fencing and street
4   furniture. request for $2,800,000 in Section 5307
    This is a                                                     $1,500,000    5/20/2009    $1,500,000    $1,500,000
    Urbanized Area Formula American Recovery and
    Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funds for
    construction of the Stamford Urban Transitway (SUT).
    The Transitway, a 1.6 mile fixed guideway connector,
    is the centerpiece of Stamford's effort to connect the
    Stamford Intermodal Transportation Center (SITC) to
    Interstate 95 and the Boston Post Road, and major
4   transit facilities including Amtrak, regional rail, CT for
    The FY2010 ARRA TIGGER award of $7,000,000                    $2,800,000    4/12/2010    $1,100,000    $1,100,000
    the two projects under this grant are for the upgrade of
    up to 37 Hybrid Diesel-electric Transit Buses and for
    the purchase of up to two Stationary Fuel Cells.
    Upgrade of up to 37 Hybrid Diesel-electric buses:
    CDOT owns the bus systems in Hartford, New Haven,
    Stamford, Waterbury, New Britain, Bristol, Meriden
    and Wallingford, and operates them under the
1   CTTRANSIT brand name. In all eight of these service
    A Grant Amendment requesting $1,731,500 was                   $7,000,000     3/4/2010           $0            $0
    approved on 3/3/10 increasing the grant balance from
    $2,308,080 to $4,039,580 of Section 5311
    Nonurbanized Area Formula - American Recovery and
    Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds apportioned to the
    Connecticut Department of Transportation) for the
    purchase of additional vehicles and support
    equipment. The amendment includes the purchase of
1   2 additional 30-ft buses for Middletown Transit District      $4,039,580    7/10/2009    $1,315,482    $1,315,482
   The TIGER grant will allow the National Capital region
   to invest in public transportation by implementing a
   regional network of priority bus corridors and
   construction of a multimodal transit center.
   Improvements in bus transportation will occur along
   priority corridors in the District of Columbia, Maryland,
   and Virginia. Corridor improvements include dedicated
   bus lanes, transit signal priority, enhanced pedestrian
   The Washington of real-time Area Transit Authority
98 access, provisionMetropolitan passenger information,         $58,838,000     1/3/2011      $220,313       $288,741
   (Metro) Capital Transit Recovery Act grant will invest
   in public transportation through the following: -
   Purchase of 47 low-floor hybrid buses and 74
   paratransit vans and related equipment to meet the
   surging demand for paratransit service in the metro-
   DC region. - Purchase and installation of bus garage
   security equipment at several bus facilities. -
98 Replacement of utility vehicles. - Expansion and
   This award will allow the Washington Metropolitan           $184,083,396    7/31/2009   $129,941,251   $132,881,644
   Area Transit Authority to invest in public transportation
   by: - Executing and implementing a track pad/shock
   absorber rehabilitation program. - Purchasing and
   installing emergency tunnel carts and storage cabinets
   for station platforms. These evacuation carts and
   cabinets will be mounted on the end of station
   platforms for easy access by Fire/Rescue personnel
98 responding to MetroRail emergencies. - Expanding             $17,749,826    6/10/2009    $11,318,705    $11,318,701




   Invest in public transportation by providing technical
   assistance and oversight in the implementation of
98 ARRA projects by FTA receipients.                              $762,500     5/26/2010      $729,052




   Invest in public transportation by providing oversight of
   grantee compliance with Title VI requirements for
98 ARRA-funded capital projects.                                  $348,271     9/23/2010      $139,870




   Project Management Oversight services for the
   Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for ARRA funded
   projects. Three Work Order assignments have been
   received to date that include monitoring of Grantee
98 projects in FTA Regions 3 and 4.                              $2,900,000   11/23/2010       $89,740




   Invest in public transportation by providing oversight of
   grantee compliance with EEO requirements for ARRA-
98 funded capital projects.                                        $93,500      4/8/2011       $13,425

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing four (4)
   new passenger rail cars; expanding a bus
   maintenance facility; retrofit curb ramps, sidewalks
   and other aspects of a Park & Ride location to comply
   with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); and
   construct phase one of a new bus transfer center in
 0 Dover.                                                       $17,030,461    8/20/2009     $9,145,842     $9,145,842
   The project focuses on retrofitting Delaware Transit
   Corporation facilities with solar panels, which generate
   costs savings through fossil fuel energy reductions.
   The solar panels are comprised of photovoltaic cells,
   comprised of ultra-thin layers of silicone. When
   sunlight strikes the surface of the cell, an electrical
   field is created resulting in a flow of electricity. Once
   installed, solar energy is captured by the photovoltaic
   FY 2009 then converted from direct current (DC)
 0 modules,Section 5307 American Recovery and                       $1,500,000   3/15/2010           $0            $0
   Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds in the amount of
   $1,400,000 will be used to purchase five (5) shelters
   with solar light kits, ten (10) solar light kits for existing
   shelters, five (5) bike racks for the new shelters,
   installation, a bus wash and design build project for a
   transit parking lot. As the result of the Supplemental
   Appropriations Act for 2009 signed by President
   Invest in public transportation by prioritizing the to
 1 Obama on June 24, 2009 10% will be allocated needs               $1,400,000    8/6/2009     $293,404      $293,404
   of specific bus and rail related projects that were
   previously not funded or only partially funded: upgrade
   signage and graphics for Metrorail Phase 1, upgrade
   and rehab the Palmeto Metrorail Station Traction
   Power Substation, Install Enhanced Bus Service on
   Kendall Drive and purchase four hybrid buses,The
   other five buses will be purchased by local and state
18 funding, in addition this project will have a Transit           $69,802,389   8/20/2009    $3,255,475    $4,506,102




   ARRA - Expansion and replacement buses, Overhaul
   buses,Renovate and upgrade facilities and properties,
 3 Maintenance equipment, and operational activities               $19,359,908   8/13/2009    $4,289,890    $4,652,592




   Investment in Public Transportation by purchasing
22 motor fans to increase fuel efficiency.
   Invest in public transportation by constructing new               $320,000    3/11/2010           $0            $0
   transit facility and security fencing, performing
   preventive maintenance on existing revenue fleet,
   installing automatic passenger counters on existing
   revenue vehicles, installing automated fareboxes on
   existing revenue vehicles, installing stop annunciators
   on existing revenue vehicles, purchasing and installing
   passenger shelters, purchasing a service vehicle, for a
 1 total of $2,377,250. The new facility (it will be entirely       $2,377,250   7/28/2009     $664,544      $664,544




   Investment in Public Transportation by replacing 25
   buses, building a maintenance facility, security
   Broward purchasing motor fans.
22 stations, County, Transit Division (BCT) was awarded            $21,235,245   1/21/2010   $11,056,877   $20,617,350
   this grant under the American Recovery Reinvestment
   Act of 2009, Section 5307 funds in the amount of
   $35,128,868. This project consists of 5 activities:
   1)Ravenswood Facility Construction: The aging
   Ravenswood Maintenance/Operations facility currently
   requires numerous improvements in order to continue
   supporting quality transit services. These
20 improvements include re-siding of the existing                  $35,128,868   8/24/2009    $1,637,736    $1,834,127
   Invest in public transportation by constructing a 4,000
   square foot Transit Depot facility. This facility will serve
   as a stop for intercounty fixed-route service, a park
   and ride facility and would also house administrative
   offices for planning and programming, dispatching of
   transit services and transit providers serving Martin
   County. This facility will be adjacent to a passenger
   rail stop, should light rail return to serve the Treasure
16 Coast, at some future point. Proposed fixed-route               $1,199,564    3/2/2010      $88,508      $112,615




   Invest in public transportation by constructing a new
   transit administration and bus parking facility. Ten
   percent of the award is being utilized to fund transit
15 operating.                                                      $2,281,044   7/10/2009     $231,162      $237,136

   This grant invests in public transportation by funding
   the acquisition of revenue vehicles, accessibility
   improvements, facility improvements, streetcar
   extension, and capital maintenance, fare collection
   equipment, preventative maintenance, technology
   improvements, security measures and ADA
11 operations. Transit (CAT) will use these grant funds to
   Collier Area                                                   $15,153,702   7/28/2009   $12,976,813   $13,301,887
   provide for capital projects such as improving security
   at the CAT operations facility; transit
   enhancement/rehabilitation program in applying trolley
   design wraps on buses; provide ADA para-transit
   services and Electronic On-Vehicle Passenger
   Information Displays (visual and audible);
   implementation of Intelligent Transportation System
   Broward County was awarded a electronic fareboxes
14 (ITS) including but not limited to $2 million TIGGER            $2,963,261   7/31/2009    $1,254,781    $1,319,292
   (Transit Investments for Greenhouse Gas and Energy
   Reduction) stimulus grant for its public transportation
   project that reduces the transit system?s greenhouse
   gas emissions and energy use. The funding provides a
   first step in a major upgrade to the entire diesel bus
   fleet by retrofitting the mechanically/hydraulically
   driven engine-cooling systems with a mini-hybrid
20 thermal system. The upgrade will result in fuel                 $2,000,000   3/12/2010    $2,000,000    $2,000,000




   Transit Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance,
   Surveillance equipment to enhance the operations and
 6 functionality of Transit Property in Ocala, FL, SunTran.
   Invest the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of                      $1,573,748   9/25/2009     $652,064      $652,064
   $2,492,107 to purchase one 1 locomotive to replace
   locomotive # 801. The original locomotives were
   manufactured in the mid 1960's and were
   manufactured in the mid 1960's and were last
   remanufactured in 1988. They lack any fuel efficient
   technology and are not required to meet any EPA
   emission requirements. Due to the design of the HEP
23 unit, these locomotives consume excessive fuel. The             $2,492,107   7/30/2009     $352,437      $352,437




   Purchase five medium duty Hybrid diesel electric
   buses, 24 passenger, plus two wheelchair
   configuration. Also, RouteMatch software computer
16 system.                                                         $2,139,379   7/31/2009    $1,679,565     $227,131
   FTA Section 5307 ARRA Capital assistance for the
   Winter Haven Area Transit system. These funds will
   be used for rolling stock, ITS systems, capitalized
   maintenance, and passenger stop improvements.
   Rolling stock purchase will consist of five (5) heavy-
   duty transit buses. These are needed to replace units
   that have met their useful lives. This replacement will
   also reduce existing costs associated with vehicle
12 maintenance. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)          $2,653,070   7/28/2009   $2,182,053   $2,182,053




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new fuel-
   efficient diesel transit buses, shelters for bus
   passengers, and surveillance equipment for
 5 installation on-board buses. for capital projects
   This FTA 5307 ARRA grant                                       $3,944,919   6/25/2009          $0           $0
   includes construction of (1) intermodal facility; (1) park
   and ride; improvement and construction of (1)
   bike/pedestrian accessibility to the intermodal facility;
   construction of transit related infrastructure: i.e.; (149)
   signs; (6) bus stop shelters; transit security; purchase
   of (3) support vehicles. Operating assistance has been
   approved. The site of the intermodal facility is located
16 at the convergence of three (3) fixed routes which             $1,957,183   8/20/2009    $914,565    $1,260,229




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing service
   support vehicles, installation of additional security
   measures, performing preventive maintenance of
   assets, and the construction of a new fueling island
12 and money counting building.                                   $3,928,564    3/3/2010   $3,196,102   $3,196,604


   The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of
   Gainesville will use these funds to purchase a 40-ft
   bus and one van with wheelchair access. In addition,
   these funds will be used to purchase mobile
   surveillance equipment, support vehicles, and other
 3 support equipment.                                              $680,000    8/12/2010     $40,608     $282,601


   The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of
   Gainesville will use the grant funds to purchase one
   bus that has an expected useful life of twelve years or
   500,000 miles. This bus will be a replacement for
   another bus that has met it's useful life of over 12
 3 years or 500,000 miles.                                         $329,294     6/1/2010    $329,294     $329,294




   Invest in public Transportation by purchasing 14
   replacement 35' hybrid buses, automatic vechile
   location system, real-time passenger information
   systems, passenger ammenities, landing pads, and
10 projects administration. GRANT IS TO INVEST IN
   THE PURPOSE OF THIS                                           $15,090,159   6/19/2009   $9,794,170   $9,794,170
   PUBLIC TRANSIT - grant funds provide for
   replacement of capital equipment which has exceeded
   its useful life in years with equipment and vehicles that
   operate cleaner and require less maintenance. Grant
   funds have also allowed for improvements to our ADA
   paratransit service where the oldest vehicles have
   been replaced and security cameras have been
14 added. Grant has provided for the immediate                    $6,206,681   6/24/2009   $3,687,623   $3,687,623
   Invest in Public Transportation: Purchase (9)
   replacement fixed route buses; purchase (46)
   replacement paratransit vehicles; purchase (6)
   expansion PickUpLine vehicles; design transfer
   center; design, purchase and install (300) passenger
   shelters; purchase and install CCTV system at
   passenger facilities; rehab (3) transfer centers; install
   emergency generator system at operations center;
 8 purchase and install brake tester system; purchase            $29,754,615   7/10/2009   $15,178,708   $18,797,473




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 10 new
 1 low sulfer diesel buses and 3 mini-buses.                      $4,031,579   7/31/2009    $3,986,949    $3,986,949
   Invest in public transportation by refurbishing the
   Bicentennial Park Metromover Station including
   repairs, replacement of escalators and elevators,
   fence and other improvements, installing a Wi-Fi
   demonstration project for the Metrorail system, and
   refurbishing the Metrorail track and guideway to
   reduce noise level and increase systmen safety along
18 the guideway.                                                  $2,847,482   7/31/2009       $3,927      $575,715

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   hybrid-electric replacement buses, constructing a bus
   transfer station, purchase and installation of bus
   shelters, purchase and installation of ITS (Intelligent
   Transportation System) technology, and security
   improvements for bus transfer station and onboard
13 buses.                                                         $4,618,693    3/3/2010           $0     $1,694,022




     Invest in public transportation by purchasing 16 buses,
     20 vans, rehabilitate and renovate the Melbourne bus
15   This project install bus purchase of three County
     terminal andwill fund theshelters in Brevard buses for       $6,897,726   7/28/2009    $1,035,905    $1,035,905
     service expansion, ten vanpool vehicles for service
     expansion, two replacement paratransit vans,
     installation of ten shelters, the partial rehabilation of
     the Lake County maintenance facility, the purchase of
     a vehicle location system and preventive maintenance
     on fleet vehicles. These ARRA funds will allow Lake
     County to continue to provide service and mobility for
 8   Invest the 2009 ARRA Formula ensure employment to
     the citizens of Lake County and allocation of                $2,402,009   8/20/2009    $1,243,911    $1,243,911
     $13,431,438 to purchase up to 4 locomotives to
     replace locomotives # 802,803,804 and 805. The
     original locomotives were manufactured in the mid
     1960's and were manufactured in the mid 1960's and
     were last remanufactured in 1988. They lack any fuel
     efficient technology and are not required to meet any
     EPA emission requirements. Due to the design of the
23   Invest in Public locomotives consume excessive fuel.
     HEP unit, these Transportation by purchasing hydrid-        $13,567,108   7/30/2009           $0            $0
     electric buses, and rubber tired vehicles(Trolleys) for
     use on the island routes, procurement of Park & Ride
     facility in Palmetto, FL adjacent to the new transfer
     station now under construction to provide riders who
     want to travel to and from Sarasota County for work
     and in the future to Hillsborough and Pinellas Counties
     when an express bus service is implemented, security
11   funds will provide for Automatic Vehicle Locator             $4,618,693   8/20/2009    $1,826,974    $2,018,978
   Sub awards are to counties, transportation authorities,
 2 and non-profit agencies providing rural transportation.
   Invest inpublic transportation by purchasing 9 Hybrid       $20,333,034    6/19/2009   $15,334,335   $15,334,335
   35 foot buses as replacements for our aging fleet also
   purchase 5 hybrid 22' cutaway paratransit vehicles.
   We will also be reworking our facility into becoming a
   more enviorment friendly facility. We will also be
   working on passenger amenities to help our customers
   be more accessable to our bus system. Also using
   money for operating to keep routes funded that other
24 wise would be eliminated.                                    $8,420,125    7/31/2009    $6,645,681    $6,645,681




   Program Management Oversight and consulting for
 3 FTA on various transit projects                               $920,000    12/14/2010     $103,693

   Invest in public transportation in Georgia's small
   urbanized areas by purchasing new vehicles,
   upgrading bus facilities, performing preventative
   maintenance on existing buses, purchasing
   security/surveillance equipment and installing
   intelligent transportations systems technology on
 5 vehicles. is for FY 2009 ARRA Economic Stimulus
   This grant                                                  $12,323,977    8/20/2009    $2,341,689    $2,446,401
   Funds. The funds will be used to purchase seven(7)
   30-foot replacement vehicles. The buses will be hybrid
   electric/diesel buses. These vehicles have a useful life
   of seven(7) years/350,000 miles. CAT will acquire a
   security system for the facility, monitoring, security
   guard, and razor wire for fencing. Included in the
   Project Administration will be the RFP, Advertising and
   This grant award, as amended on Transit Authority
12 Procurement Cost. Chatham Area March 3, 2010,                $4,490,394    8/25/2009    $4,461,474    $4,461,474
   provides funding support for the following investments
   in public transportation: (A) Partial funding to upgrade
   and replace the Fire Protection System (FPS) for
   MARTA transit stations, lines and facilities; (B)
   Performing preventive maintenance on existing bus
   and rail transit vehicles, facilities and equipment; (C)
   Purchase of 17 replacement clean fuel buses with bike
 5 racks; (D) ADA Paratransit service provision; (E)           $57,675,781    8/13/2009   $28,384,552   $28,612,090




   Invest in public transportation in rural areas of Georgia
   by purchasing new vehicles, upgrading rural bus
   facilities, procuring scheduling software and installing
   intelligent transportations systems technology on
 5 vehicles.                                                   $25,649,675    8/26/2009    $9,820,033    $9,961,706


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing
   replacement and expansion units for a commuter
   vanpool program, purchasing staff administrative
   vehicles to assist with marketing, new route selection
   and accident investigation, and performing preventive
13 maintenance on transit vehicles and facilities.               $340,000     6/19/2009     $314,577      $314,577
   Invest in public transportation. Cherokee County will
   use the 2009 ARRA funds to purchase a 5307 fixed
   route expansion vehicle. The 30' passenger vehicle
   will provide the opportunity to increase ridership and
   expand fixed route service to Cherokee County
   residents. Preventive Maintenance vehicle
   surveillance, and other communications and fleet
   maintenance miscellaneous support equipment, and
   This is a FY will ARRA funded Section
 6 bus shelters,2009be purchased. Transit 5307 grant              $797,009    6/19/2009    $610,341     $610,341
   for transit capital improvements to the Gwinnett
   County transit system. The purpose of this grant
   application is to secure 100% ARRA funding for TIP
   projects AR-5307A-GW, Transit Vehicle Purchase
   which will provide for replacement of two paratransit
   vehicles (the vehicles being replaced have met their
   useful life. A federal ratio of 100/0 will apply) These
   Invest in public the CAA and for ADA requirements;
 7 buses will meet transportation the the continuing             $9,662,766   7/10/2009   $3,220,252   $3,819,034
   expansion of the GRTA Xpress bus transit system. 5
   projects are included in this award - Thornton Road
   Park & Ride Lot (50 bus parking spaces, a light
   maintenance facility, 2500 square feet of offices,
   restrooms and storage), Sigman Road Park & Ride Lot
   Expansion (engineering/design, construction,
   surveillance and security equipment, miscellaneous
 5 station equipment), one bus for GRTA Route 400,               $9,326,710   9/25/2009   $1,817,534   $2,675,118


   Invest in publc transportation by purchasing new 35 Ft
   Low Floor Clean diesel transit buses, 30 Ft Low Floor
   Trolley buses, install bus security cameras and
   annunciation systems on buses and replacing worn
   out transit enhancements to include bus stop signs,
 2 bus shelters and trash cans.
   This grant award provides funding support for the             $2,769,671   6/19/2009   $2,769,634   $2,769,634
   following investment in public transportation: upgrade
   and replace the Fire Protection System (FPS) for
   MARTA rail stations, lines, and facilities. This project
   scope includes fire detection, suppression and
   notification systems, which will be integrated with
   multiple subsystems. The total estimated project cost
   is $56,425,000 of which this Grant (No. GA-56-0001)
 5 will fund approximately 13 percent. The funding               $7,380,854   7/17/2009   $3,716,793   $4,080,158


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing additional
   buses including a hybrid and replacing a totally
   depreciated bus. Also fund maintenance costs
   including mechanics salaries and additional training.
   Also fund ADA expenses,salaries,training, fuel
10 maintenance costs.
   This grant award provides funding support for the             $2,757,716   6/24/2009   $2,413,395   $2,432,169
   following investment in public transportation: design,
   acquisition, construction and installation of solar
   (photovoltaic) canopies at the MARTA Laredo Bus
   Operations & Maintenance Facility for the generation
   of clean renewable solar/electric power. This award is
   funded by the FTA's Transit Investments for
   Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction (TIGGER)
   This program. This in public transportation will install
 5 grantgrant will investenergy reduction projectby means       $10,800,000   3/11/2010   $2,837,323   $3,872,322
   of the following projects. Lube shop construction for
   the transit buses. Provide two 16 passenger ADA
   wheelchair equiped buses and one 15 passenger van
   that will be used to transport citizens to medical, social
   and employment appointments. We are also
   purchasing security cameras for all of the transit
   buses. Cameras on each bus will increase passenger
 3 and driver safety and increase driver accountability.          $547,674    7/17/2009    $329,735     $374,416
   This grant award, as amended July 1, 2010, provides
   funding support for the following investments in public
   transportation: (i) Preventive Maintenance of bus and
   rail transit vehicles, facilities and equipment; and (ii)
   the Rail AC Track Circuit Upgrade and Train Alert
   Invest project.
 5 Lights in public transportation by (1) providing            $30,000,000    7/1/2010   $24,519,874   $25,070,587
   paratransit service to persons unable to use fixed
   route service due to a disability; (2) performing
   preventive maintenance on existing buses and transit
   facilities and equipment to maintain a state of good
   repair; (3) installing security cameras at transit
   facilities to improve safety and security measures; (4)
   designing and constructing a new paratransit facility to
11 accomodate additional buses due to the increased             $9,312,003    3/3/2010    $8,025,754    $8,254,821




   Invest Professional Acquisition Support Services
11 ARRA in public transportartion by purchasing new ADA           $72,000    2/17/2011      $58,838
   accessible buses which will provide long-term
   economic benefits thereby contributing in preserving,
   maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in
   the vehicle manufacturing industry. The Guam
   Regional Transit Authority (formerly called the
   Department of Administration-Division of Public
   Transportation Services) plans to expand mass transit
98 services. As documented in the 2030 Guam                      $921,976    8/21/2009           $0            $0

   Bus and Handi-Van Acquisition Program, Pearl City
   Bus Transit Facility Parking Expansion Program,
   Wahiawa Transit Center, Middle-Street Inter-Modal
   Center,Bus Stop Pad Improvements
   Rehabilitation/Renovation, Preliminary Engineering for
   New Starts Honolulu-High Capacity Transit Cooridor
 1 Project.                                                    $40,649,148   8/14/2009   $30,777,046   $30,777,046




   Investing in public transportation, the following
   purchases will be made: 4 - 30foot buses w/ ADA lifts,
   and 5 - <30foot buses w/ ADA lifts, 3 - 35foot low floor
 1 buses, 2- 40foot coach buses and bus shelters                $2,933,435   6/25/2009    $2,861,109    $2,861,109




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing Mobile
 1 Data Terminals for buses.                                      $44,137     3/3/2010           $0       $43,723


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing twelve
   buses, procuring/installing an automatic vehicle
   location system (AVL), replacing deteriorating
   concrete at the DART facility, constructing a barn
   addition, purchasing/installing equipment and transit
 3 enhancements, and operating assistance                       $7,888,026    3/3/2010    $4,486,573    $4,486,573
  Investment in public transportation: Funding is
  provided for transit capital improvements for transit
  agencies in Iowa urbanized areas with population
4 between 50,000 and 200,000                                 $10,689,659   6/10/2009    $8,577,758    $8,577,758




  Invest in public transportation by upgrading ten
  standard transmissions with 10 hybrid electric
4 transmissions on buses to be delivered in FFY2010           $1,600,000   2/24/2010    $1,546,827    $1,581,221




  Supprt of public transportation: Funding is provided for
  transit capital improvements in non-urbanized areas
4 throughout Iowa                                            $15,156,406    3/5/2009   $14,504,799   $14,504,799


  Invest in public transportation by purchasing four (4)
  new 35 foot low floor and low emmissions buses. This
  purchase will repolace buses from 1993 that have over
  600,000 miles each. This purchase invests in the City
  of Davenport's Green initiatives and will improve
1 maintenance costs.                                          $1,451,075   8/20/2009           $0            $0


  Ames Transit Agency in cooperation with the City of
  Ames and Iowa State University will construct an
  Intermodal Transportation Facility in Ames, Iowa. The
  facility will incluse space for transit buses, intercity
  buses, taxis, van pool vehicles, and bicycles as weel
4 as having public showers and a pocket park.                 $8,463,000   9/16/2010     $233,506     $1,791,584
  Invest in transportation, environmental protection and
  other infrastructure that will provide economic benefits
  by: 1) identifying existing bus stops that require
  upgrades to bring those stops into compliance with
  guidance provided by the Americans with Disabilities
  Act (ADA), 2) identifying the extent of the upgrades
  required, 3) prioritizing the upgrades required and 4):
1 constucting the required upgrades.                           $430,000    7/24/2009      $18,038       $18,038




  09 ARRA TTP. Procurement of three 22-passenger
  Buses, five passenger Shelters along existing routes,
  and Washer Equipment to install in the new Bus Barn
1 facility.in public transportation by purchasing new
  Invest                                                       $311,303    5/19/2010     $258,315            $0
  vehicles and communication radios. The public bus
  terminal was up-graded by adding an automatic door
  opener for the ADA bathroom and additional
  emergency lighting was added. Due to safety issues
  with snow and ice the bus terminal sidewalk will be up-
  graded. The maintenance facility was up graded with
  new lights and a new emergency door. An old
2 quonset hut is being converted into a secure garage          $783,500    6/19/2009     $732,320      $732,320
   This grant will provide $1,500,000 of 2009 ARRA
   Section 5311 Tribal Transit funds (D2009-ERTR-101)
   which will be used to construct a passenger transfer
   center in a central location adjacent to the Coeur
   d'Alene Tribe's headquarters building in Plummer,
   Idaho. A portion of the funds will also be used to
   acquire one 40-foot bus for use in deviated fixed-route
   service and to fund preventative maintenance
 1 activities for the period 0/1/2010 through 9/30/2011.        $1,500,000    4/1/2010    $174,521     $174,521




     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
     funds were awarded to acquire four (4) buses to
     establish a rural public transportation service for the
     Fort Hall Indian Reservation of the Shoshonee-
 2   Bannock Tribes. in Public Transportation in Idaho:
     Goal is to invest                                           $264,700     5/7/2010    $264,700     $264,700
     Idaho's Rural program supports 1 prime recipient and
     24 sub-recipients. The prime recipient has 3 statewide
     projects: develop a performance management system,
     develop a web-based mobility communication project,
     & support a mobility association to coordinate
     statewide. Following is the description of the 24 sub-
     recipients: 01-City of Dover: Goal to implement a new,
 2   rural service in Bonner County and procure a transit       $9,222,783   7/10/2009   $6,517,307   $6,712,083
     Invest in transportation, environmental protection and
     other infrastructure that will provide economic benefits
     by purchasing buses to replace older leased buses
     which are less fuel efficient, require greater levels of
     maintenance and channel capital funds away from
     other needs. Newer buses will improve system
     reliability, reduce parts inventory requirements and
 1   improve the rider's transit experience.                    $1,778,455   8/19/2009      $2,388       $2,388
     Invest in treanportation, environmental protection and
     other infrastructure that will provide ecoonomic
     beneifts by: 1) identifying existing bus stops that
     require upgrades to bring those stops into compliance
     with guidance provided by the Americans with
     Disabilities Act (ADA), 2) identifying the extent of the
     upgrades required, 3) prioritizing the upgrades
 1   required and 4): constucting theCounty to upgrades.
     This grant will enable Kootenai required invest in         $2,626,000    8/4/2009    $119,898     $119,898
     transportation vehicles to benefit our community
     through the CityLink fix bus services, demand
     response services and paratransit services providing
     complimentary ADA services in the Coeur D Alene
     urbanized area. All funds will be used to purchase 14
     vehicles. The purchases will include seven 40 foot, 33
     passenger buses with wheelchair access, six 16
 1   passenger buses with wheelchair access, and one 12
     Invest in transportation, environmental protection and     $1,290,202   7/21/2009   $1,252,968   $1,276,606
     other infrastructure that will provide economic benefit
     by 1): purchasing buses to replace older buses which
     are less fuel efficient and require greater degrees of
     maintenance, 2): Upgrading existing bus shelters and
     constructing new shelters and 3): Purchasing
     technology (hardware and software) to enhance
     operational efficiency, to improve access for riders and
 1   to encourage system usage by non-riders.                   $3,616,444    8/4/2009    $317,118     $317,118




   Administration facility roof replacement Resurface
   parking lot and replace lighting and install cameras for
   added security. Install fuel island and Eng/Design of
11 parking lot, lighting, cameras, and fuel island projects     $1,263,671    8/3/2009   $1,218,386   $1,218,386
   These funds will be used for 1) bridge rehabilitation
   and/or reconstruction on the Electric District and the
   Union Pacific North Line; and 2) the replacement of
 7 fiber optic cable on the BNSF commuter line.                   $46,603,124   6/19/2009   $15,633,725   $15,633,725




   Purchase of 3 Medium Duty Vehicles and
16 Communication Equipment                                          $217,421    12/2/2009     $202,145      $202,145




     Invest in public transportation by providing for the
     reconstruction of passenger rail stations; improvement
     of work facilities; rehabilitation of track systems, as
     well as preserve and create jobs and promote
 7    Invest in recovery.
     economicpublic transportation by purchasing and              $48,931,726   6/12/2009   $43,513,455   $46,545,868
     installing complete safety & security video system to
     be utilized at all District facilities and a few prime bus
     stop locations. Consultant is near 50% for completion
     of bid specifications and documents. 7/13/2011 -
     Consultant completed specifications and the RFP was
     released in February, 2011. BAFOs were requested
     from all proposers in early March and the District
15   selected Current Technologies. The Board of Trustees          $1,000,000   6/11/2009      $86,197       $86,197
     These funds will be used for 1) Bridge Rehabilitation
     and/or Reconstruction on the Union Pacific North Line;
     2) the Replacement of fiber optic cable on the BNSF
     commuter line; 3) Locomotive Remanufacturing; 4)
     New 35th Street Station on the Rock Island Line; 5)
     Station and Platforms on the Union Pacific and
     Heritage Corridor Lines; and 6) AC Refrigerant
 7   This award on Commuter Cars.
     Conversion allows for an investment in Public                $94,344,646   6/25/2009   $61,990,739   $61,990,739
     Transportation through the provision of TIGGER Grant
     funds for the purchase of a Solar Thermal Hot Water
     System to be incorporated into the design and
     outfitting of our new Transit Maintenance Facility. The
     Solar Thermal Hot Water System will assist in the
     creation of a sustainable Transit Maintenance Facility
     using an energy alternative that reduces both energy
17   consumption and emissions that can be used to model            $600,000     3/3/2010           $0            $0




   Invest in public transportation by providing an electric
   power supply to be built at CTA bus garages to
   provide a plug in power source for buses to reduce
   engine idling, as well as preserve and create jobs and
 7 promote economic recovery.                                      $1,500,000    3/3/2010      $81,961       $83,736




   Construction of one multimodal bus passenger
   transfer facility on a green field site with facilities for
   city buses, paratransit buses, intercity buses, adn
   possible future bus shuttle and/or bus rapid transit
16 operations.                                                     $3,693,756    8/4/2009    $3,676,900    $3,693,756
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 2 new bio-
   diesel transit buses, performing final design for bus
   parking and maneuvering area adjacent to the bus
   garage, and partially funding construction of the area
15 adjacent to the garage.                                       $891,527    8/21/2009      $883,400       $883,400




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   diesel-powered buses and associated capital
17 maintenance items.
   Invest in public transportation by procuring and             $2,597,881   8/20/2009            $0             $0
   distributing paratransit replacement vehicles to our
   current section 5311 grantees in non-urbanized areas
   for providing public transportation services across the
   state, purchase and install Intelligent Transportation
   Systems (ITS) hardware and software, purchase shop
   equipment, fund preliminary engineering for facilities,
   and then fund facility expansions or new facility
19 projects through construction. This grant now               $21,184,115   8/21/2009     $7,294,879     $7,294,879




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 8- 35 foot
   low floor heavy duty transit buses and 20< 30 foot
18 demand response paratransit vehicles.                        $4,203,803   8/21/2009     $4,203,803     $4,203,803
   Invest in public transportation by constructing a multi-
   modal transportation center incorporating Amtrak,
   regional buses, local transit buses, taxi, bicycle and
   pedestrian modes of transportation. The project
   includes a 63,000 sqft transit center that also
   incorporates municipal government office and
   community meeting space. The project also includes
15 an attached 400 space parking garage.                       $22,000,000    8/9/2010     $3,643,066     $3,643,066




   Invest in public transportation by providing for the
   reconstruction of passenger rail stations; improvement
   of work facilities; rehabilitation of track systems and
   the purchase of new rolling stock, as well as preserve
   Invest in public and promote by procuring hybrid
 7 and create jobs transportationeconomic recovery,           $191,300,189    6/8/2009   $187,088,839   $187,180,496
   buses to replace less efficient fleet. IDOT was
   awarded $4,030,000 by the FTA. This grant will allow
   us to procure and distribute 34 paratransit
   replacement vehicles to 9 transit providers throughout
   the State of lllinois. The award is now budgeted for
   $3,916,575 for procurement of the 34 hybrid vehicles;
   and $113,425 for contractual services to cover
19 consultant fees for producing the hybrid vehicle             $4,030,000   3/11/2010     $4,014,601     $4,014,601

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 58 30'
   transit buses, 190 paratransit vehicles and a minimum
   of 76 support vehicles for maintenance and
   supervisory personnel as well as staff at
   Headquarters. Due to good pricing received on our
   contracts, Pace was able to purchase a total of 83
 6 support vehicles and a total of 62 30' transit buses.       $33,135,437   8/21/2009    $31,674,090    $31,674,090
   Project #1: $30,063 funds for the purchase of new
   radios for the active and spare bus fleet and a receiver
   at transit facility for the dispatcher, as the existing
   radios are out of date. We are asking for quotes on
   simple bus to station radio equipment as well as
   looking at integrating with the County 911 system.
   The project is looking to purchase up to 32 radios, a
   receiver at the dispatchers office, installation of all
14 equipment and additional hardware and software              $1,262,063   9/25/2009    $299,860     $299,860




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   hybrid-electric buses, light-duty transit vehicles, and a
   new software upgrade for trip planning for our
   complementary paratransit service and an upgrade for
 3 the audio/video locator.
   The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System (METS)           $1,723,705   5/12/2009   $1,701,197   $1,701,197
   will use Recovery Act funds to help replace a portion
   of our fixed route fleet that has significantly exceeded
   its life expectancy both in years and mileage. In
   addition, we will improve our paratransit services by
   upgrading our dispatching software as well as
   installing computer stations in each of our mobility
   buses. The bus operator will receive instantaneous
 8 dispatch information about pick up/drop off services.       $2,615,993   6/25/2009   $2,585,049   $2,585,049




   Replacement buses and remodeling of the
 8 maintenance facility.                                       $1,369,388   6/25/2009   $1,308,821   $1,308,821




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing
   replacement transit buses, rehabilitating a
   maintenance facility, installing a disaster recovery
   system, and providing various transit enhancements to
 1 system riders.                                              $4,325,000    3/3/2010   $3,588,849   $3,588,849




   Capital vehicle purchase (1) bus (2) demand response
   (4) suport vehicles and Operating Funds (Suport
 6 vehicles are off the lot)                                   $1,550,513   12/3/2009   $1,512,907          $0

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   hybrid-electric buses, passengers shelters, shelter
   security lighting, fare collection equipment,support
   vehicles, replacement telephone system, backup
   electrical generator/upgrade of electrical systerm of
   main building,and installing intelligent transportations
 4 systems technology on vehicles.                             $2,413,099   8/20/2009   $2,241,536   $2,241,536




   Purchase and renovation of building to be used to
   dispatch transit service. Purchase of rolling stock and
 2 operating funds.                                            $1,089,206    3/2/2010   $1,000,206   $1,000,206
  Invest in public transportation by constructing a new
  Downtown Transfer Facility in Bloomington, Indiana.
  This transfer facility will service all of Bloomington
  Transit customers. This project is projected to be
9 begin in late 2011.                                           $1,716,658   6/25/2009           $0            $0

  GLPTC seeks to invest in a renewable energy source
  that will offset the amount of electrical energy
  consumed by GLPTC which is purchased from an
  energy provider. GLPTC wishes to purchase and
  install windmills that will generate electrical power from
  wind which can be used directly by GLPTC in place of
4 purchasing energy from an outside source.                     $2,180,000   9/10/2010      $66,772       $66,772




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
3 hybrid-electric buses and light-duty transit vehicles.        $2,371,622   5/12/2009    $2,181,687    $2,181,687




  Funds to assist in the funding of public transit service
1 within Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana                      $4,086,998   8/24/2009    $2,508,429    $2,508,429




  Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit
9 station in downtown Columbus, Indiana.                         $888,815     3/3/2010       $7,992      $669,547




  Reimbursement program established to provide transit
  assistance to rural communities (population less than
7 50,000) throughout the state.                                $20,316,134    7/1/2009   $10,328,403   $10,328,403




  Funds to assist in the renovation of a transit garage
  and purchase of one revenue vehicle in the City of
1 LaPorte, Indiana up to nine (9) 35 - foot buses that will
  We will purchase                                               $650,000    8/24/2009      $59,461       $59,461
  have an expected useful life of ten years (three (3)
  replacement and six (6) expansion). The vehicles
  being replaced will have met their useful life of ten
  years or 350,000 miles. These buses will meet the
  Clean Air Act (CAA standards and the Americans with
  Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. We also will
  purchase up to twelve (12) paratransit vehicles (six (6)
2 replacement and six (6) expansion) for the demand-            $2,158,560   6/25/2009    $1,473,127    $1,473,127
  This grant will invest in public transportation by
  replacing NICTD's old signals governing movement of
  trains and their associated overhead copper signal
  wires with new modern signals linked by fiber optic
  cable to a central location from which all train
  movements can be controlled. Also, this grant will be
  used to replace station sign/maps with new signs that
  feature the new station names now used at several
1 passenger stations.                                        $7,502,464   8/20/2009   $3,916,524   $3,916,524




  Invest in Public transportation: These funds will be
  used to purchase replacement public transit vehicles
  which will invest in transportation, environmental
  protection, and other infrastructure that will provide
  Invest in economic benefits.
3 long-termPublic Transportation and Enhancement.            $1,000,000   8/13/2009          $0           $0
  Enhancement and expansion of existing transit
  services will include the purchases of the following
  purchases:
  2010 Starcraft All Star Ford E- 350 Chassis with
  Wheel chair lift. Pressure Washer Hotsy Hot Water
  Pressure Washer 3.5 gpm @ 200 psi 5 hp moter. Air
  Compresser Speedaire 13 hp 30 Gallons 175 psi.
2 Hose Reel Reel Craft 75 ft Air/Water 2010 Ford F -          $186,417    4/29/2010     $76,027     $157,810




  Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new
  transit vehicles, rehabilitating a building for vehicle
  maintenance, activating radio towers for long-distance
  dispatching communications and purchasing in-vehicle
2 computers for dispatching communications.
  This project will provide funds to invest in public       $11,056,694    3/3/2010   $7,807,231   $7,807,231
  transportation. Johnson County Transit will use the
  funds to acquire one low floor 40-foot wheelchair
  accessible bus. The bus will replace a vehicle that
  has met its 12-year useful life. The new bus will meet
  the Clean Air Act standards and the Americans with
  Disabiliites Act requirements. This project will also
  provide funds for Johnson County Transit facility
  Transportation Investment expansion Economic
3 improvements that include Generatingof the existing        $2,073,000   6/19/2009   $1,869,321   $1,869,321
  Recovery (TIGER) funds for transit infrastructure
  improvements along the Metcalf and Shawnee Mission
  Parkway corridors located in Johnson County, Kansas.
  Project Location: The corridor runs from the Rosana
  Square park-and-ride located at 119th Street and
  Metcalf Avenue, then the alignment proceeds North on
  Metcalf Avenue to Martway Street, and then proceeds
3 East generally on Martway Street, Johnson Drive, and      $10,714,000   9/15/2010    $230,559     $631,443




  Invest in Public transportation: These funds will be
  used to purchase replacement public transit vehicles
  which will invest in transportation, environmental
  protection, and other infrastructure that will provide
3 long-term economic benefits. to complete 11
  Transit Capital Assitance Grant                            $1,930,929   7/10/2009          $0           $0
  projects: 1) Design-Build of a new van maintenance
  facility. 2) purchase of rolling stock - 11 vans for
  inhouse paratransit services. 3) purchase of rolling
  stock - 7 seven vans for other agency paratransit
  services. 4) Purchase of Bike Racks/ Bike Lockers.
  5) Intelligent Transportation System Implementation .
  6) Purchase 4 Hybrid Staff Vehicles. 7) Capital Cost
4 of 3rd Party ADA Contracting 8) Replace HVAC               $6,629,186   8/20/2009   $6,629,186   $6,629,186
  1) Invest in Public Transportation - 35ft Replacement
  Buses 2) Support Vehicles 3) Computers / Copier 4)
2 Radios 5) Boiler                                           $2,570,209   8/12/2009    $2,570,209    $2,570,209




  Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating of
  existing administrative and maintenance facility.
  Purchasing and installing of new transportation
  communication and revenue collection systems.
4 Installing new safety and security equipment.              $4,485,346    8/5/2009    $1,513,798    $1,513,798




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  buses for paratransit service, new vans for vanpool
3 service, and security equipment.                           $1,195,644   8/26/2009     $708,702      $708,702




  ARRA grant for transit capital improvements such as
  bus shelters, buses, technology upgrades, signs and
6 public art.
  OTS is investing in public transportation by purchasing    $5,488,895   6/10/2009    $1,092,526    $1,495,774
  three new transit busses, installing a commercial
  generator at the Transit Office, and rehabilitating the
  bus garage by installing a new hydraulic bus lift to
  assist with maintenance operations. OTS is also using
  this grant to pay for the inspection of the new transit
  busses and installation of radios into the busses. A
  new generator for the transit office will be purchased
  Invest as a power washer for the transit garage.
2 as wellin public transportation by purchasing new          $1,098,000   5/14/2009    $1,098,000    $1,098,000
  hybrid-electric buses, constructing and equipping a
  new Maintenance and Training facility, re-roofing a bus
  storage facility, replacing the bus vacuum system and
  constructing an emergency generation facility at
  TARC's Union Station Division, renovating a bus
  storage facility at TARC's Broadway Division,
  performing preventive maintenance on existing buses,
3 and providing service.                                    $18,129,363   6/19/2009   $17,130,291   $17,130,291




  Funds to purchase defibrillators, one Modis scanner,
  updated Paratransit software and GPS for Ashland
4 Bus System.                                                 $180,300    6/10/2009     $171,828      $180,300
  This award will fund capital investments and operating
  expenses for public transportation in the Baton Rouge,
  Louisiana metro area. Capital investments include new
  buses, trolleys, digital communication equipment, GPS
  systems for vehicles, security systems for vehicles,
  and other maintenance equipment. Ten percent of the
  award will fund salaries and wages for bus operators
6 to hire or save jobs.                                      $6,630,292   7/31/2009    $1,496,102    $1,496,102
  River Parishes Transit Authority will invest in public
  transportation by purchasing new wheelchair lift buses
  and performing preventative maintenance on existing
3 buses.                                                       $300,000     8/20/2009          $0           $0




  2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grant Urbanized
3 Funding Formula Funding Program                              $300,000     8/13/2009          $0     $128,483




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 6
  vans, 3 buses for night service, and preventive
   The purpose of existing buses.
5 maintenance on the stimulus funding is to invest in         $1,183,712    8/15/2009    $676,243     $676,243
  public transportation in the city of New Orleans. The
  Regional Transit Authority of New Orleans (RTA)
  applied for Fixed Guideway Economic Recovery funds
  for two projects - replacement of brake shoe holders
  on the St. Charles Streetcars and contract services to
  complete installation of crossties on the St. Charles
  streetcar line. The historic St. Charles car line
2 consists of thirteen (13) miles of track designed for       $2,425,343    6/22/2009     $78,652      $92,141




  The purpose of of this award is to provide jobs by
  means of generating funding to rehab and renovate a
  transit facility that will serve the community of Lake
7 Charles.                                                    $2,063,566    8/11/2009          $0           $0




  St. Tammany Parish Government is investing in Public
  Transportation by constructing community park and
  ride facilities and performing preventive maintenance
1 on transit assets.                                          $2,181,220    7/24/2009    $388,929     $388,929


  Invest in public transportation by completing funding of
  the final phase of the multimodal center, complete
  funding for one additional bus, fund bus shelters, fund
  safety and security equipment, fund new bus stop
  signs, fund bus stop ADA improvements and fund
7 preventative maintence on the bus fleet.
  The purpose of the Transit Investment Generating            $2,747,057    7/10/2009   $1,575,707   $1,575,707
  Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program is to
  design and construct a new UPT/Loyola Avenue
  streetcar line. The project is proposed as a double-
  tracked alignment that would operate an 0.8 route mile
  (1.94 track mile) on Loyola Avenue, between the
  Union Passenger Terminal (NOUPT, located at 1001
  Loyola Avenue and the existing Canal streetcar line at
2 Canal Street in the New Orleans Central Business           $45,000,000   12/23/2010   $2,740,548   $3,699,483
    THIS WILL BE USED TO REPAIR THE CHALMETTE
    FERRY LANDING WHICH IS IN IMMINENT DANGER
    OF COLLAPSE. THIS FERRY IS USED BY APPROX
    500,000 VEHICLES EACH YEAR TO CROSS THE
    MISSISSIPPI RIVER FROM ORLEANS PARISH
    INTO ST BERNARD PARISH. WITHOUT THIS
    CROSSING THE PUBLIC WILL HAVE A ONE WAY
6   DETOUR OF 20 MILES.
    Invest in public transportation. Purchase of rolling          $2,765,000   7/31/2009           $0            $0
    stock (replace 5 buses with new low-floor 40-ft
    vehicles, provide bus rapid transit design costs for an
    additional 13 vehicles-- 12 40' and 1 30', and replace 4
    paratransit minibuses). Purchase and install 2 bus
    wash systems for the maintenance facilities. Rebuild
    3 engine and transmissions for JeT vehicles.
    Purchase, construct, and/or install bus stop amenities
2   (including up to 10 informationin public transportation
    The City of Monroe will invest kiosks at bus terminals        $5,791,200   6/25/2009    $3,925,756    $3,925,756
    by renovating and updating the transit administrative
    and maintenance facility as well as renovating the
    downtown terminal. One major outcome of the
    terminal renovation is to provide a breaking area and
    employee male/female baths for bus operators. We
    will purchase bus shelters and install them at the
    higher boarding and alighting areas throughout the
5   The New Orleans City contracted Authority will invest
    service area. TheRegional Transitwith a management            $1,766,253    8/5/2009    $1,091,631    $1,091,631
    in public transportation by utilizing stimulus funding for
    the citizens and visitors to the city of New Orleans.
    These funds will provide operating assistance,
    preventative maintenance, and other capital
    investments including: repair of a street used
    exclusively for transit buses, purchase and installation
    of 7 Kiosks, bus passenger waiting shelters,
2   miscellaneous communication equipment, shop tools
    Invest in the St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, public          $14,878,044   6/30/2009   $11,928,268   $11,935,278
    transportation system, known as St. Bernard Urban
    Rapid Transit (SBURT). 1) Purchase radios and
    communication equipment. 2) Upgrade and repair
    transit facility. 3) Purchase an automated bus wash
    system. 4) Purchase computer equipment. 5)
    Purchase and install security fencing for the SBURT
    Operations Center. 6) Ensure ongoing preventative
3   Invest in public transportation by and facilities.
    maintenance for SBURT vehiclespurchase of new                  $660,000    7/10/2009     $123,674      $123,674
    compressed natural gas (CNG) buses; construction of
    a CNG fuel station; conversion of the existing
    maintenance facility to CNG fueling;
    rehabilitate/upgrade a 22 year old bus terminal;
    acquire maintenance support equipment, mobile
    surgeillance/security equipment, and upgrade the
    maintenance record system; and perform preventive
4   maintenance on existing buses.                                $4,716,500   8/13/2009    $3,735,879    $3,812,022




  Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government will
  invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  buses and associated support equipment for the urban
3 transit bus system.Grant was used to purchase 62
  This Recovery Act                                               $2,052,316   7/17/2009     $123,698      $123,698
  replacement buses, 29 expansion buses, computers,
  generators, and pressure washers for 32 transit
  agencies statewide in Louisiana, to conduct
  preventative maintenance on existing buses, install
  security cameras and global positioning systems on
  127 existing buses and 91 new buses, purchase 4
  intercity buses and retrofit motor coaches with ADA
6 lifts, and build bus garages for 17 transit agencies           $15,273,707   7/17/2009    $6,202,262    $6,318,490
  Update 7/11/11. Roof project on schedule and on
  budget. Will use these funds in the upcoming quarter
  as planned.Update 4/13/11. Roof project to begin May
  2011. These funds will be used for the roof
  replacement and solar photovoltaic panel array at the
  LRTA's bus maintenance and storage facility located
  Invest Hale Street, Lowell Ma.
5 at 100 in public transportation by purchasing new            $477,002    4/13/2009           $0            $0
  buses and ADA vans, investing in transit
  enhancements such as purchasing bus-mounted 3-
  bike & 2-bike bicycle racks, rehabilitating the transit
  facilities, and purchasing transit-related tools and
  equipment. 10% of the award will also be allocated to
  support transit operations. These capital funds to be
  used as operating assistance will be replaced by
  1. The Authority I replacing the HVAC are intended to
2 flexed highway funds. These activitiessystems at the       $16,259,453   6/10/2009   $14,781,503   $14,781,503
  Fall River and New Bedford maintenance facilities.
  The current HVACs were over 30 years old. And very
  inefficient, unreliable and require constant repair. The
  new system will lower operating costs and reduce the
  carbon footprint of SRTA. When completed the job will
  have utilized $305,000 in ARRA funding. 2. the
  Authority upgraded the existing TRAPEZE hardware
4 and software with a newer version. The new software         $9,122,985   6/11/2009    $5,278,833    $5,278,833


  Investment in public transportaton, including three
  hybrid buses, two 35' transit coaches, one 30' cut-
  away coach, prevenative maintenance, operating
  assistance, capital parts, AVL & GPS for paratransit
  services, cameras for fixed route buses and repairs to
9 facilities. 2 new hybrid electric 35ft transit buses, 3
  Purchase                                                    $3,853,088   4/29/2009    $3,457,043    $3,457,043
  new cutaway paratransit vehicles, fare collection
  equipment, on board surveillance equipment, ITS
  equipment maintenance facility upgrades, preventive
  maintance and operating. Purchase computers,
  maintenance software replacement , Security gates,
  Intermodal lighting upgrades, Bus Surveillance
  Equipment, 3 New Maintenance/Plow equipped
5 vehicles, Replace 3 HVAC units a intermodal center,         $4,770,014   4/13/2009    $3,061,026    $3,061,026




  These funds will be used to install solar photovoltaic
  panel array at the LRTA's bus maintenance and
5 storage facility located at 100 Hale Street, Lowell Ma.
  Invest in public transportation by providing the            $1,500,000   4/13/2009    $1,123,794     $111,622
  infrastructure necessary to extend Fitchburg
  Commuter Rail Line service 4.5 miles westward to a
  new station at Wachusett in West Fitchburg. The
  work includes track, bridge and signal improvements
  to the existing Pan Am Southern Freight Mainline
  between Fitchburg and Gardner; a new station at
  Wachusett; and a new train layover facility in
8 Westminster.
  FTA Rural Transit Grants This grant is for                 $55,500,000   11/9/2010     $366,245      $366,730
  $3,653,542 of Section 5311 Transit Capital Assistance
  Nonurbanized Apportionments - American Recovery
  and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funds for a
  program of projects for three rural transit providers in
  Massachusetts. The three rural recipients listed in this
  grant are Franklin Regional Transit Authority, Martha's
  Vineyard Regional Transit Authority, and Nantucket
9 Regional Transit Authority. Subrecipients will utilize      $3,653,542   6/19/2009    $3,619,800    $3,619,800
    Invest in public transportation. These funds will be
    utilized to purchase fifteen (15) new transit buses, of
    which four (4) will be hybrid-diesel/electric powered,
    and eleven (11) paratransit vans, replacing vehicles
    which have reached the end of their useful lives.
    Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) program for
    the entire WRTA fleet which will include an automatic
    vehicle location system, an automatic voice
3   annunciation system, a real-time purchasing 82
    Invest in public transportation by information system, a   $12,418,572   5/20/2009   $9,577,005   $9,681,433
    fareboxes and associated parts for use on fixed route
    buses in the Springfield, MA and Northampton, MA
    areas. These will replace existing fareboxes that
    exceeded their useful life and will upgrade fare
    technology. The total farebox replacement program,
    including the balance of funds from MA-96-X002 will
    replace a total of 130 fareboxes thereby completing
2   PVTA's farebox replacement program. This of
    This grant application requests $1,565,804.00               $1,625,945   4/19/2010      $8,271       $8,271
    Section 5311 Transit Capital Assistance Nonurbanized
    Apportionments - American Recovery and
    Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funds for a program
    of projects for three public rural transit providers and
    two rural private intercity carriers. Peter Pan Bus
    Lines, Inc. and Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway
    Company will receive a total of $782,902.00
9   Activities to be funded the procurement of two (2)
    ($391,451.00 each) forunder this award include:             $1,565,804   10/1/2009   $1,333,179   $1,333,180
    FRTA - $260,967.00 to purchase one (1) 35' bus to be
    used for expansion VTA - $181,204.00 for the
    purchase of one (1) HC 29' diesel bus, one mobile
    radio, AVL equipment, and bus parts required for
    maintenance of new vehicle type added to fleet.
    NRTA - $62,000 to be added to previously granted
    ARRA funds to fully fund the purchase of one (1)
9   Invest electric transportation through the renovation
    hybrid in publicbus.                                         $504,171    10/1/2009    $243,906     $243,906
    to the MVRTA's only office/maintenace facility which
    will result in replacement of existing heating and
    electric systems with more energy efficient systems
    and the installation of solar power and added office
    and training room space. The construction of the
    Transportation Center in the City of Amesbury will
    include a 2 floor building and related site work. The
5   building will include municipal uses such as the
    $322,767 (100% Federal) of FWHA American                    $7,202,661   7/17/2009   $4,621,185   $5,341,451
    Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds were
    flexed to FTA to restore MART's ARRA capital
    program to its original level of funding, following the
    award of MA-96-X003-01 which reallocated the
    equivalent funds, equal to 10% of MART's ARRA
    program from capital to operating, as allowable under
    the Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2009 (H.R.
1   2346). This grant will allow MART to invest in public
    The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will         $322,767    5/18/2010    $172,994     $322,767
    invest in public transportation via: The replacement of
    five (5) transit buses that have reached their useful
    lives, with smaller, more fuel efficient minibuses which
    allows for greater flexibility and route deviation. The
    vehicles scheduled for replacement are four (4) 1992
    44 passenger 35 foot used vehicles purchased in 2006
    and one (1) 2002 27 passenger 30 foot bus that have
1   exceeded their useful lives by either age or mileage;       $1,454,391   6/11/2009   $1,293,600   $1,293,600

  Invest in public transportation by providing
  accessibility improvements at the Wedgemere
  commuter rail station by installing two new mini-high
  platforms and accessible ramps to the platforms; and
  making repairs to the floating slab track structure on
  the Red Line between Harvard and Alewife Stations,
8 including water leak mitigation within the tunnels.           $6,311,700   6/15/2010    $490,151     $550,887
  Invest in public transportation by rebuilding track at the
  Orient Heights yard, installing emergency lighting at
  subway stations, replacing substation control batteries
  and tunnel pump room equipment, repairing a roof at
  Back Bay Station, performing structural repairs at
  North Quincy and Braintree Stations, and preserving
8 service levels through contract assistance.
  Invest in public transportation by making                    $54,110,000    3/3/2010   $31,581,011   $32,671,027
  improvements and repairs to commuter rail stations,
  facilities and bridges; installing emergency signage in
  transit tunnels; undertaking safety improvements and
  customer enhancements at Dudley Station; double
  track and signal improvements on the Haverhill
  commuter rail line; and installing a new interlocking on
  the Fitchburg commuter rail line in order to improve
8 system reliability and on-time performance.                  $51,513,648   7/10/2009   $20,831,154   $21,080,029

  Invest in public transportation by purchasing twenty-
  five articulated 60' hybrid buses, rehabilitating bus
  facilities, double tracking a portion of the Fitchburg
  commuter rail line, making improvements to Ashmont
  Station, and reconstructing ramps and areaways
  associated with enhanced Silver Line rapid bus transit
8 service.                                                     $99,846,188   7/24/2009   $55,497,837   $56,056,246




  The money is being used for the Engineering and
  Invest of the Fall River Terminal.
4 Designin public transportation. Intelligent                    $912,289    6/11/2009           $0            $0
  Transportation Systems (ITS) program for the entire
  WRTA fleet which will include an automated
  passenger counting system, an asset/vehicle
  monitoring system and a traffic signal priority system.
  Architectural & Engineering services related to the
  design of a new bus transfer station at Union Station in
  Worcester, MA. The plan to re-locate the WRTA's
  The route hub will provide improved shelter, rider
3 fixedBerkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will         $1,241,857   4/19/2010           $0            $0
  invest in public transportation via: The replacement of
  one (1) transit bus that has reached their useful life,
  with a smaller, more fuel efficient minibus which allows
  for greater flexibility and route deviation. Initiate an
  Intelligent Transportation System installation, designed
  to provide the residents of Berkshire County,
  Massachusetts the latest transit technology including
1 Automatic Vehicle Locators, Next Stop Announcers,              $145,439    5/25/2010      $86,706       $86,706




  Invest in public transportation by construction of
  renovations to commuter rail station, specifically
4 repair/replacement of existing ornamental fence.               $199,947     3/3/2010       $3,386        $3,386




  Investment in public transportation and keeping the
  system in a state of good repair by replacing outdated
  vehicle with new more energy efficient vehicle. Grant
9 will fund oversight of production and spare parts.             $387,500     4/9/2010     $355,615      $355,615
   Procurement and installation of an MBTA-compatible
   Electronic Fare System (EFS) on the Authority's Fixed
   Route Vehicles. The objective of this project is to
   provide interoperability and complete integration of the
   MBTA Charlie Card with a similar electronic fare
   system deployed by a consortium of Regional Transit
   Authorities in Massachusetts. With the support of the
   Massachusetts Association of Regional Transit
   This grant will allow MART to invest cooperative
10 Authorities, the CCRTA is a part of ain public                  $635,322      4/9/2010           $0            $0
   transportation by allowing us to purchase new vehicles
   and equipment and to construct a vehicle storage
   facility to protect our investment. An original budget of
   $750,000 is allocated to the purchase of 3 new hybrid
   buses to replace existing diesel buses for use on our
   fixed route service within the Fitchburg/
   Leominster/Gardner service area. This investment will
 1 allow us to bring down the maintenance costs by                $3,227,669    6/19/2009    $3,179,434    $3,186,647

     Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
     paratransit vans, constructing bicycle parking facilities
     at transit stations, providing bus stop/customer
     enhancements, extending Silver Line bus rapid transit
     service to South Station, improving ventilation and air
     quality within Back Bay Station and repairing fencing
 8   along transit rights of way.
     Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit   $26,718,250    6/25/2009   $14,700,835   $14,999,297
     plaza at Wonderland Station on the Blue Line in
     Revere, Massachusetts that will link transit,
     pedestrians and bicyclists and encourage alternative
     transport and enhance modal connectivity. A new
     plaza will be constructed over the MBTA tracks linking
     the east and west sides of the station - creating the
     connection between the garage, busway infrastructure,
 8   adjacent public transportationfuture development in the
     Invest in neighborhoods and by constructing a               $20,000,000   12/16/2010    $1,009,197    $1,009,463
     parking garage at Wonderland Station in Revere,
     Massachusetts. The station serves as an intermodal
     transit hub for the North Shore, is the northern
     terminus of the MBTA's heavy rail rapid transit Blue
     Line and serves a number of local and express bus
     routes. The garage will address an existing demand
     for additional parking for commuters, provide secured
 8   bicycle parking facilities, integrate with busway           $22,700,000    6/25/2010   $11,169,560   $11,187,066
     Invest in public transportation by purchasing low-floor
     buses, minibuses and vans; purchase scheduling
     software; construction of renovations to commuter rail
     station; construction of improvements to bus facility;
     construction of accessible walkway at commuter rail
     station; preventative maintenance; provision of ADA
     paratransit service; purchase smartcard equipment
 4   and software.                                                $7,326,177     7/8/2009    $6,179,557    $6,179,557




   Invest in public transportation by installing two wind
   energy turbines at MBTA commuter rail facilities: in
   Invest in (100kW) and Bridgewater (up to 600 kW).
 8 Kingston public transportation by making bus route             $2,500,000     3/3/2010           $0            $0
   improvements (e.g., stop consolidation, curb
   extensions, traffic signal priority, benches, shelters
   and signage) to 13 of the MBTA's key bus routes and
   the Silver Line Washington Street bus rapid transit
   corridor; installing fare collection validators at bus
   terminals; deploying CAD/AVL technology that will
   provide Bus Operations personnel with location and
 8 operating characteristics of buses along a particular         $10,000,000    6/24/2010     $658,073      $682,882
   Invest in Public Transportation through the
   construction of a Transportation Center in the City of
   Amesbury which will include a 2 floor building and
   related site work. The building will include municipal
   uses such as the Council on Aging, youth and
   Invest in services
 5 veterans public transportation by purchasing and             $720,266     4/9/2010          $0           $0
   deploying mobility management technology and
   strategies, purchasing and deploying an expanded
   fleet of energy efficient paratransit vehicles,
   development of innovative real-time customer
   information systems, renovations to terminal
   infrastructure, purchase and deployment of enhanced
   bus shelters, capital improvements to safety and
10 security infrastructure, design and construction of
   Construction of the Franklin Regional Transit               $6,353,225   5/27/2009   $5,202,315   $5,202,315
   Authority's Intermodal Transportation Center.       The
   Franklin Regional Transit Center will be a
   transportation hub for Franklin County that will provide
   centralized public and private transit, paratransit, and
   future passenger rail services to Franklin County. The
   Center will also house the offices of the Franklin
   Regional Transit Authority and Franklin Regional
 9 Council of Governments. The transit center building,       $12,800,000   7/10/2009   $5,370,739   $5,400,696




   Procurement System Reviews for two medium/small
   grantees, three workshops, program support and
 8 special assignment, and travel.                              $171,600    5/24/2010    $144,382




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 2
   replacement 30-ft. low floor transit buses, 4
   replacement minibuses and preventative maintenance
 4 expenses.                                                    $732,618    5/20/2010    $612,709




   ARRA PSR Program/Rolling Stock Procurement
 8 Rewview                                                      $300,000    2/10/2011     $42,629

   Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public
   transportation. Projects included are the Bus Loop
   Rehabilitation at Mondawmin Transit Center, the
   Northwest Bus Division HVAC Upgrade, the Light Rail
   Yard Switches Upgrade from manual to electric and
   the Light Rail Substations Breaker Replacement and
 7 Overhaul.                                                  $17,100,000    3/3/2010   $5,291,873   $5,294,967




   Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public
   transportation. This project is the replacement of
 7 Halon 1301 Fire Suppressand agent with Novec 1230.           $522,000     3/3/2010    $395,073     $395,073
    The funds in this grant are awarded to Locally
    Operated Transit Systems to invest in public
    transportation. Projects included are the purchase of
    replacement and expansion buses, a replacement
    trolley, replacement vans, capital maintenance items,
    fare collection equipment, security and surveillance
    equipment, passenger shelters, miscellaneous
    passenger amenities, design & engineer electrical
7   system upgrades, shopare awarded computer
    The funds in this grant equipment, to Locally                 $36,267,802    3/3/2010   $17,764,341   $18,674,220
    Operated Transit Systems to invest in public
    transportation. Projects included are the purchase of
    rolling stock including replacement and expansion
    buses and bus rehabilitation, bus station, bus stop and
    bus terminal projects, bus support equipment and
    facilities projects, electrification and power distribution
    projects, and communication equipment projects. Bus
7   Funds bus this grant will be used to invest in public
    station,understop and bus terminal projects include the        $7,425,244    3/3/2010    $5,420,361    $5,420,361
    transportation. Projects included are bus purchases,
    bus facilities rehabilitation, Metro railcar truck
    overhaul, Metro track fasteners and bolt replacement,
    Metro stations restoration, Metro tunnel and
    underground station rehabilitation, Metro bridge and
    elevated structure rehabilitation, Light Rail station
    parking expansion at Falls Road, Light Rail signage
7   upgrades, Light Rail substation installation, MARC            $75,757,941    3/3/2010   $50,996,265   $51,526,785
    Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public
    transportation. Projects included are MARC West
    Baltimore station parking expansion, MARC Martins
    Yard improvements, MARC public address system
    replacement, Marc Penn Station improvements, Light
    Rail substation installation at two locations, and the
    replacement of elevators and electrical upgrades in
7   the MARC BWI station.                                         $15,176,485   8/14/2009   $10,988,583   $11,121,800

  ARRA Related Acquisition Support Services for the
  Federal Transit Procurement Office to effectively
  support ARRA related contracts and to support
  program/technical staff in processing
  services/commercial requirements through the entire
  acquisition process - planning, solicitation, evaluation,
5 award, post-award administration, and close-out.                  $251,395    8/30/2010      $92,622




  To provide Contract and Program Support, Project
  Management Review Services, Technical Review
  Services. Deliver up to 67 ARRA Project
  Implementation Reviews in accordance with OP No.
2 61 - ARRA Project Implementation Review.                         $1,716,744   12/2/2010      $53,527




  Financial Management Oversight Program Technical
4 Support Services                                                  $149,639     8/4/2010           $0




  Procurement System Reviews for ARRA grantee
8 recipients                                                         $93,600    5/24/2010      $65,483
8 ARRA funded Procurement System Reviews                  $299,953     2/4/2011          $0




8 ARRA funded Procurement System Reviews                  $300,000    2/11/2011          $0




  ARRA Professional Acquisition Support to Department
5 of Transportation for the Office of Civil Rights.       $258,950    3/22/2011      $5,315




  Financial Management Oversight Program Technical
4 Support Services March 31, 2010. [The Federal
  is contract ended                                      $1,550,000    8/4/2010          $0
  Transit Administration (FTA) of the Department of
  Transportation awards over 10 billion dollars in
  Federal Grants annually through the Transportation
  Electronic Award Management (TEAM-Web) system.
  The TEAM-Web system is a Project & Financial
  Management application that was designed and
  developed to fulfill government mandates for
7 increased accessibility by the public to the Federal     $60,000    9/29/2009     $45,346




  Financial Management Oversight Program Technical
4 Support Services                                        $897,000     8/4/2010    $266,086




  This award will purchase 13 busses that will be used
1 for public transportation.                             $5,156,662    3/5/2009   $5,156,662   $5,156,662




  Transit Capital Assistance - Rural. Replacement of
1 Governor Curtis ferry boat                             $7,400,000    3/5/2009   $6,391,844   $6,391,844
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 40ft
   hybrid bus, new small buses, renovate and expand the
   bus storage facility, purchase adjacent property for
   bus storage facility expansion, rehabilitate large
   buses, make improvements to a boarding center,
   purchase bus shelters, and facility improvements to
 8 the maintenance garage.                                         $7,133,486   7/10/2009   $4,723,956   $4,723,956




   Invest in public transportation through purchase of
 5 ultra-light zero emissions buses                                $2,200,000   3/22/2010          $0           $0

     Invest in public transportation by purchasing three (3)
     replacement buses, rehabilitating and renovating the
     bus garage and vehicle maintenance facility by
     installing elevated level parts storage, oil storage
     system, air/hydraulic floor jack, engine diagnostic
     scanner, bus garage floor scrubber and rehabilitate the
 2   indoor vehicle parking area.                                   $430,107    8/26/2009    $299,618     $299,618
     Invests in public transportation by purchasing and
     installing mini-hybrid components in existing transit
     buses. The use of this system is expected to increase
     fuel economy by 10%, eliminate the use of hydraulic
     fluids, and reduce maintenance costs and curb noise.
     The components will be used to retrofit/refurbish
     transit buses and will be tested and evaluated in daily
 8   transit services.                                              $531,429     3/3/2010    $404,500     $404,500
     Invest in public transportation by purchasing fixed-
     route alternative-fuel buses, intelligent transportation
     systems technology, transit enhancement, fixed-route
     fareboxes, real-time arrival information system,
     computers and communication tools for terminal staff,
     preventive maintenance, support equipment,
     paratransit vehicles, facility renovation, replace service
13   TCATA and operating funding.
     vehiclesus requesting $780,000 of ARRA funds.                $20,530,726   8/20/2009   $8,631,156   $8,656,384
     Buy Replacement < 30 Ft Bus- Six(4) replacement
     buses$330,000. Purchase four small 22' cutaway
     gas buses with an expected life of seven years. Will
     use to replace four buses that have reached their
     usefull life of five years.
     Buy < 30 Ft Bus for Expansion- Two(2) $140,000
     Purchase two small 22' cutaway gas buses with an
 6   expected life of seven years                                   $780,000    8/20/2009    $742,907     $742,907




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   compression equipment for fueling of alternative
10 fueled natural gas buses and accessories.                       $1,383,824   6/25/2009   $1,307,924   $1,307,925




 2 Transportation equipment and support                            $2,043,050   8/20/2009    $729,857     $729,857
   This grant provides funds for operating assistance,
   replacement vehicles which have reached their useful
   life and have no other source of funding, equipment
   purchases, facility improvement/greening projects
   identified by energy audits funded in the ARRA Phase
   1 grant. The expected outcome of these activities
   include creating and saving jobs in the construction
 8 and manufacturing industries.                               $12,443,615     3/3/2010   $5,706,767   $6,987,758




   Invest in public transportation by installing intelligent
   transportation system software and equipment,
   performing preventive maintenance, and purchasing
 5 and installing signage and security equipment.               $7,985,140    2/16/2010   $5,484,191   $5,484,191




   The NHBP Tribe will procure two (2) transit buses to
 6 provide transit services to its Tribal membership.            $240,000     6/17/2010          $0           $0




   ARRA funds will enable Battle Creek Transit to make
   facility improvments, replace vehicles, and upgrade
 7 equipment.                                                    $944,000     8/20/2009    $208,114     $208,114




   Invest in public transportation by expanding an existing
   bus storage facility, renovating and expanding a transit
   center,improving an on-street transfer facility, and
   providing operating assistance to preserve existing
15 service in the Ypsilanti area.                               $2,290,056     3/3/2010    $799,529     $807,624

   ARRA FUNDS WILL ENABLE BATTLE CREEK
   TRANSIT TO CONSTRUCT A NEW OFF-STREET
   BUS ISLAND FACILITY. THIS FACILITY WILL
   REPLACE AN EXISITING FACILITY THAT HAS
   BEEN IN USE FOR 28 YEARS, AND IS BEING
   RELOCATED DUE TO POTENTIAL DOWNTOWN
 7 REDEVELOPMENT.                                                $318,889     9/17/2010          $0           $0




   Invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide
   long-term economic benefits by development and
   implementation of a 3.4 mile operable light rail line,
   which will serve as the starter line for a future, larger
13 9.3 mile system.                                            $25,000,000   12/29/2010          $0           $0




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 hybrid-
   electric buses, constructing a new park-and-ride lot,
   and improving the safety and accessibility of bus
15 stops.                                                       $4,160,000    8/20/2009   $4,145,045   $4,145,045
     Bus capital maintenance equipment (spare bus
     parts);acuire 3 support vehicles; facility renovation and
     expansion; acquire 70 bus passenger shelters; acquire
 6   Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)
     This grant provides funds for replacement vehicles            $3,155,510   8/20/2009     $933,662      $933,662
     which have reached their useful life and have no other
     source of funding, equipment purchases, facility
     renovations to improve safety and/or meet ADA
     requirements, continuation facility projects, one facility
     purchase/renovation, and several energy audits to
     access needed improvements to make facilities
     environmentally safe and efficient. The grant also
 8   provides funds to meet the needs of Intercity Bus            $13,343,514   8/26/2009   $12,746,289   $12,865,990
     This grant provides funds for replacement vehicles
     which have reached their useful life and expansion
     vehicles which will be used to meet the increased
     transportation needs in local communities, equipment
     purchases, and facility renovation projects to improve
     safety and/or meet ADA requirements. The expected
     outcome of these activities include creating and saving
 8   jobs in thein the process of revising the ARRA grant
     LCETS is construction and manufacturing industries.            $524,072     3/3/2010     $180,650      $182,134
     and utilizing remaining funds. this period LCETS has
     spent per the General Ledger $2,053.76 in
     expenditures. LCETS is awaiting the AVL project to be
     completed until finalzing grant revision. (Doug Britz
     7/11/2011) No change in report from last
     quarter.(Doug Britz 4/7/2011). No change in report
     from last quarter. (Doug Britz 1/6/2011) No change in
 8   report from last quarter. (Doug Britz - 7/1/2010) I have       $631,171    9/24/2009     $545,511      $535,565
     Funds awarded to LakeErie Transit to invest in public
     transportation by purchasing support vehicles to
     replace four age-eligible service vehicles with three
     hybrid SUVs and one heavy duty service truck. Funds
     will also be used to renovate an
     administration/maintenance facility that will consist of
     interior additions and an upgrade to the electrical
13   system at Lake Erie Transit.                                   $903,695    8/20/2009     $840,953      $903,695




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new low-
   floor, plug-in hybrid electric tranist buses for the
 8 replacement of conventional diesel buses.
   The Renovation and expansion of the Wealthy                     $2,590,000    3/3/2010      $38,864       $38,864
   Operations Center is a major investment in public
   transportation. The expansion will result in additional
   bus storage that will allow all buses to be housed
   indoors. An expanded and improved maintenance
   area will allow for efficient and effective maintenance
   of federal funded equipment. The project will support
   the provision of public transportation services.
 3 additional bus storage that will allow all buses to be         $10,603,305    8/3/2009   $10,422,893   $10,422,893


   Invest in public transportation by performing preventive
   maintenance on existing buses, purchasing and
   implementing a facility management system and asset
   management system, purchasing new hybrid non-
   revenue service support vehicles, rehabilitating bus
13 terminals and an administrative facility.                      $37,550,020    3/3/2010   $18,337,734   $18,380,228
  Construction of a transit bus garage and maintenance
1 center                                                        $1,741,613   8/20/2009    $1,741,613    $1,741,613




  rebuild the city of rochester's downtown bus stop and
1 purchase of a 40' transit bus                                 $1,723,000   8/20/2009    $1,550,291    $1,656,869




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new
7 bus, on-board camera and fare collection systems.              $159,770    5/21/2009      $26,146       $26,146




  Invest in Public Transit by facility improvements, ITS
  improvements, purchasing shop equipment, and
  making improvements to the DTA's hubs as well as
8 design work on a new hub.                                     $1,525,004   8/20/2009    $1,210,407    $1,210,407




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing vans and
8 vehicles. invests in the public transit infrastructure
  This award                                                     $200,000    7/15/2010           $0      $200,000
  through the acquisition of replacement buses. The
  award assists Metropolitan Council in its goal to
  provide environmentally friendly service with clean
  vehicles and service for those who rely on transit.
  This award will include the acquisition of different sizes
  and types of buses depending on customer needs and
  the most efficient use of vehicles in a way that will
5 improve fuel efficiency and decrease emissions.              $49,524,702   7/10/2009   $49,524,702   $49,524,702


  The overall purpose for our grant is to significantly
  improve the transit service for our area and introduce
  operating economies into our operations. By moving to
  deviated fixed routes on a specific schedule, we
  believe we can cut down our mileage requirements by
7 approximately 35%.                                             $594,268    6/30/2010     $297,540      $329,517
  This award invests in the public transit infrastructure
  through the acquisition of replacement buses. The
  award assists Metropolitan Council in its goal to
  provide environmentally friendly service with clean
  vehicles and service for those who rely on transit.
  This award will acquire up to ten 30-foot hybrid electric
  buses that are important in the provision of our Metro
5 Mobility service.                                             $1,100,000   3/12/2010    $1,037,772    $1,037,772
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing one
  replacement 35-foot bus, one expansion <30-foot bus,
  one expansion van, one replacement van, fare
  collection system, support vehicle (shop truck),
  automatic vehicle location system for fixed route
  buses, shop equipment, snow removal equipment,
  automatic bus announcement system and rear/front
  destinationsigns for fixed route buses, rehabilitation of
  Invest concrete pathways and accessibility five
7 shelterin public transportation by supporting and transit     $1,158,840   7/31/2009     $952,183      $952,183
  capital projects and operating assistance. The five
  transit capital projects are Eads Bridge Rehabilitation,
  North Hanley Parking Lot & Bus Loop Improvements,
  Public Art, Rail & Tie Replacement, and UMSL
  Interlocking. A brief description of each project
  follows. Eads Bridge Rehabilitation: MetroLink trains
  run along a double track located on the lower rail deck
  invest in public transportation Bridge crosses the
1 of the Eads Bridge. The EadsMARC will (a) lead               $41,661,121   7/19/2009    $7,986,474    $8,256,995
  program coordination activities between all elements
  of the Kansas City Regional TIGER Grant Award, (b)
  develop a Kansas City Regional TIGER Project
  website which will be used to communicate detailed
  project information, schedule, and progress reporting
  to residents, potential contractors and the general
  public regarding the Green Impact Zone, Missouri
5 Transit Corridors, the State Avenue Improvements,              $600,000    5/17/2010     $124,950      $142,250




  Invest in public transportation by installing passenger
  waiting shelters, constructing a transit vehicle storage
  building, installing bicycle racks on trolley vehicles and
7 at trolley stops, and purchasing office furniture.            $1,070,225   8/20/2009     $677,499      $895,737




  Invest in Public Transportation. The projects will
  involve replacing obsolete ITS equipment, deploying
  new ITS technoloty, safety projects, T.E. and facility
6 maintenance.                                                  $1,385,625   7/21/2009     $986,059      $986,059




  Invest in Public transportation: This grant funds the
  replacement of 315 rural public transit vehicles, four
  replacement intercity buses and three rural transit
  Invest projects.
4 facility in public transportation by stabilizing transit     $20,698,281   3/16/2009   $17,000,484   $17,000,484
  infrastructure through slope remediation activities
  along the 20.9 mile MetroLink alignment in St. Clair
  County, IL. MetroLink is Metro's light rail transit
  system. Stabilization activities include design, repair,
  reinforcement and construction of retaining walls or
  structures, revegetation, soil remediation, soil
  strengthening for greater slope/culvert protection and
1 replacement/repair of existing draining systems.
  City Utilities Transit(CU) is investing in public             $1,289,449   7/10/2009    $1,289,449    $1,289,449
  transportation by the purchase and installation of bus
  security cameras on all the CU bus fleet; purchase of
  five paratransit buses to replace our 1997 paratransit
  fleet with delivery completed in July 2010; preliminary
  design package, site utilities and civil improvements,
  security, enhancements, demolition of existing
  buildings before construction on new facilities, and
7 relocation of employee parking for the Transit/Fleet          $2,878,526   1/28/2010    $1,343,070    $1,345,550
   ARRA Programmatic Task Order. Jacobs will provide
   contract and program support, project management
   review services and technical review services to the
   Federal Transit Administration for its ARRA-funded
   projects. This includes up to 72 ARRA Project
   Implementation Reviews in accordance with Oversite
 1 Procedure No. 61.                                            $760,000    12/6/2010           $0




   Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public
   transportation by renovating bus maintenance facility
98 and to create jobs                                            $52,510     9/1/2009           $0       $22,538




   Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public
   transportation by renovating bus maintenance facility
98 and to create jobs
   Section 5311 Nonurbanized Area Economic Recovery            $1,061,782    9/1/2009           $0            $0
   grant award. Funds will be used to invest in public
   transportation by expending Recovery Act funds at
   100% for capital purchases including: expansion and
   replacement vans, buses and support vehicles;
   Construction of new and renovation of existing
   facilities ( e.g.maintenance and administration) ; Bus
   support equipment/enhancements (e.g. passenger
 2 shelters,benches,shop equipment and bicyle racks);         $17,252,566   8/26/2009   $10,430,741   $10,430,741




   In the process of requesting for lighting for new shop
 3 Security fencing, parking lot andproposals for               $192,000    6/29/2010           $0            $0
   transportation managment system software using the
   advertisement process with procurement division of
   the City. Also, initiating quote process to purchase
   GPS equipment. (Quarter Ending 06/2010). In the
   process of negoiations for the development of the turn-
   key transportation managment system software.
   (Quarter Ending 03/31/2010) Invest in Public
   Invest in public transportation by (1) 29' trolley bus
 4 transportation by purchasing one purchasing a new for        $991,811    8/20/2009     $433,240            $0
   hybrid-electric bus, purchase a new trolley, acquire
   fare collection equipment for existing and expansion
   revenue vehicles, facility renovations and
   modernization for two existing intermodal terminals, re-
   imbursement for ADA Operating Expenses, re-
   imbursement for Preventative Maintenance expenses,
   and to purchase/install pre-fabricated passenger
   These shelters.
 4 waitingfunds represent the Jackson, MS Section 5307         $3,300,026   8/20/2009    $1,462,763    $1,462,761
   Urbanized Area Formula ARRA funds that will be used
   to complete the construction of the JATRAN
   Administrative and Maintenance Facility in Jackson,
   Mississippi. The facility is intended to provide an
   atmosphere that is not only architecturally pleasing but
   also able to serve the functions of the City's public
   transit system, JATRAN. This new technologically
 2 advanced facility will not only serve the needs of the      $3,461,148   8/21/2009           $0            $0
0 ARRA Construction of a Transit facility.                        $340,000    6/29/2010           $0            $0


  ARRA grant will be used to invest in public
  transportation by purchasing new vans and buses for
  26 different agencies throughout the state of Montana.
  There will also be jobs created or sustained by building
  new facilities and upgrading some existing facilities for
0 13 agencies throughout Montana.
  Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating a Bus       $11,279,390   8/13/2009    $9,034,672    $9,397,016
  Wash Facility, replacing two high maintenance low-
  floor buses that have exceeded their useful life of
  twelve years, the replacement of one Paratransit Van
  that had exceeded its useful life of 7 years/100,000
  miles, closed-captioned cameras for the vans and
  buses, spare parts/tools for the two new buses,
  operating assistance for Paratransit and our Fixed
0 Route.                                                         $1,884,898   6/22/2009    $1,426,439    $1,426,439




     Build Bus barn,and storage, Build 8 bus stops, bus
     wash improvements, upgrade transt facility, add
0    signage to Davidson Street Facility was constructed in
     The North bus stops,                                         $358,471    6/23/2010           $0
     1980 and 1981 and includes a two-story (plus
     basement) administration/operations building (14,268
     square feet), a three-level (including mezzanine)
     maintenance building (62,116 square feet), and a fuel
     and wash facility (11,488 square feet). The bus facility
     was designed to service a fleet of up to 200 buses. At
     present, CATS 2030 Plan anticipates a fleet of 463
12   Purchase a result of the expanding bus fleet needed
     buses. Asone replacement light transit vehicle and         $20,766,306   7/10/2009   $13,824,910   $14,913,371
     one expansion light transit vehicle for use by Orange
     County, North Carolina. Also Included in the grant are
     transit enhancement funds that will be used to
     purchase transit tubes for bus stops. The Town of
     Chapel Hill will manage the grant over the life of the
     project. Chapel Hill Transit will comply with the
     requirements of satisfactory continuing control through
4    2009 Transit vehicles.
     the life of the Capital Assistance Grants - This grant       $183,000     8/9/2010     $175,881      $180,585
     applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of
     $700,000 an AVL/GPS system for complete tracking
     of 12 buses. This includes hardware, software, and
     training for a total of $700,000. This grant applies the
     2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $320,000 for
     Automated electronic fareboxes for 10 Gillig buses, 2
     LTV and 1 spare. This includes additional vaults and
8    docking/communication systems. This project will            $1,265,000   7/10/2009    $1,087,775    $1,115,290




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 diesel-
  electric hybrid replacement buses, providing security
  training for the transit staff, and providing route
7 enhancements.                                                  $3,129,010    3/3/2010    $2,959,662    $2,959,662
   ARRA funds 2 Buses and Equipment 2009 Transit
   Capital Assistance Grants- Urbanized Area Funding
   Program. The grant is for bus expansion and the
   purchase and installation of and oil/water separator for
   bus facility to keep petroleum, oils, and lubricants out
   of the stormwater system and reduce pollutants
   escaping into the environment, purchase and
   installation of benches, bus shelters and amenities for
   Invest in to bus stops and transfer points, storage
 1 upgradespublic transportation by supporting a portion       $1,577,464     7/1/2009    $102,847    $1,426,575
   of the construction activities (30.2%) for a new Transit
   Maintenance and Operations Facility and
   Administrative Offices for the Greensboro Transit
   Authority. This 'LEED Gold Designed' facility is being
   built to address current and future service delivery
   needs for maintenance and operations of GTA transit
   vehicles and administrative functions. Phase 1
13 consists of the programming and schematic design of         $5,455,967    7/31/2009   $5,104,897   $5,152,447

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   heavy-duty transit buses, new paratransit vans, a Real-
   Time Passenger Arrival System, repaving the Bus
   Operations and Maintenance Facility parking lot, and
   various transit enhancements throughout the region
   such as benches, trash receptacles, information tubes,
 4 and signage. transportation by purchasing new low
   Invest in public                                            $2,773,709    7/10/2009   $2,381,532   $2,453,830
   floor diesel buses, hybrid electric buses, van
   conversion, video cameras for the buses and vans,
   fareboxes for all buses and vans, ticket machine to
   dispense tickets in remote locations, intelligent
   transportation software and hardware, bus shelters
   and new signage, furniture and equipment for a new
   transfer station, rebranding all vehicles in the fleet,
10 performing preventive maintenance on all existing and
   This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit         $2,532,222    7/10/2009   $1,749,936   $1,757,901
   Capital Assistance Grants- Urbanized Area Funding
   Program This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula
   allocation of $(550,000) to bus replacement. We will
   purchase approximately (FIVE, 34-FT Replacement
   Buses) that have an expected useful life of (150,000
   miles or FIVE) years. The vehicles being replaced
   have met their useful life of (100,000 miles). A Federal
 3 ratio of 100/0 will apply. These buses will meet the        $1,527,492    8/20/2009    $570,631     $573,670




   Construction of a transpotation facility that will
   enhance many aspects of our community, this facality
   will help provide acess road, an office building,
11 classroom training area. System (CATS), a
   The Charlotte Area Transit                                  $2,000,000   12/23/2009    $126,367     $231,175
   department of the City of Charlotte, North Carolina,
   provides fixed route and demand response transit
   service to the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County,
   and the surrounding areas, as well as York County in
   South Carolina. Fixed route service is provided
   through the Bus Operations Division (BOD) and the
   demand response service is provided through the
12 Special Transportation Service (STS). The Charlotte
   Invest in public transportation by applying a portion of    $3,000,000    9/28/2009          $0           $0
   the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $2,081,079 to
   bus purchases. Subrecipients will purchase 5 20 foot
   light transit vehicles, and one (1) 25 foot light transit
   vehicle that have an expected useful life of 7 years. A
   Federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. These buses will
   meet the Clear Air Act standards (CAA) and the
   American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. In
12 addition to vehicle purchases, passenger amenities          $1,021,079    7/31/2009    $291,139     $562,648
   Invest in public transportation by performing
   preventative maintenance on existing buses, installing
   updated fareboxes, purchasing new bus shelters, to
   purchase bust parts and also purchasing new Trans-
12 AID vehicles to replace aging fleet.                          $3,810,207   7/28/2009    $3,796,351    $3,796,351




   City of Asheville is purchasing 5 clean diesel buses
   and 10 shelters. Henderson County is purchasing two
11 LTV and 1 Van.                                                $2,590,439   7/10/2009           $0            $0

   Invest in public transportaiton by purchasing two new
   replacement 40' hybrid electric buses, eight new
   replacement lift equipped vans, bus shelters with
   lighting, software and hardware for a new fleet
   inventory system, one new replacement maintenance
   truck and preventive maintenance funds to offse the
 4 cost of maintaining the bus fleet.                            $2,714,867   7/10/2009    $2,648,541    $2,655,792




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean
 9 diesel buses. transportation by purchasing several
   Invest in public                                              $2,083,715   8/20/2009           $0            $0
   new Light-duty Transit Vehicles (LTV's) to improve our
   paratransit service delivery, a Real-Time Passenger
   Arrival System for our fixed route service, increased
   Preventive Maintenance activity for both fixed route
   and paratransit systems, Bus repainting and
   refurbishment, and variuos enhancement amenities to
   be used throughout the service area including the
 4 purchase and installation of shelters, benches trash          $4,257,465   7/20/2009    $4,216,851    $4,216,851




   Invest in public transportation to purchase expansion
   This grant will invest in public and ride facilities
 6 vehicles and construct 2 park transportation by               $2,552,823    3/3/2010    $2,157,276    $2,157,276
   purchasing 141 replacement and 31 expansion
   vehicles; constructing transit maintenance and
   administration facilities; purchasing bus shelters;
   maintenance shop equipment; and technology
   enhancements for rural transit systems; assisting with
   preventive maintenance for vehicles and transit
   facilities; and implementing strategies that result in
13 increased coordination of local and regional mobility        $33,055,504   8/26/2009   $10,313,701   $10,882,447




   Purchase of new buses to expand existing urban
   transit routes; purchase of equipment to upgrade
   vehicles and maintenance operations; and facility
   improvements to operational facilities utilized by riders,
 2 including transfer stations and shelters.                      $991,722     7/1/2009     $565,643      $602,898
  Invest in public transportation by constructing and
  purchasing the following: ROLLING STOCK - CFPTA
  will purchase (2) 35` HHD hybrid low floor replacement
  buses with a useful life of 12 years. The vehicles
  being replaced are 1999 Thomas TL960 buses which
  will have exceed their useful 10 year life upon delivery
  of the replacement vehicles. The replacement buses
  will be hybrid electric with current EPA emissions and
7 will replace diesel vehicles with less emission controls.    $2,624,582   7/10/2009   $2,321,993   $2,321,993




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing
  replacement and expansion buses, a farebox system,
0 a shop service truck, and bus shelters.                      $2,460,032   6/25/2009   $2,460,032   $2,460,032




  FTA Grant use for equipment purchases to enhance
0 current tribal transit program                                $311,000     6/2/2010    $169,331           $0

  Sitting Bull College has been awarded an ARRA grant
  in the amount of $500,000 to invest in public transit on
  the Standing Rock Indian Reservation which straddles
  north central South Dakota and south central North
  Dakota. The ARRA project includes expansion of the
  Standing Rock Public Transit bus garage and parking
0 lot and one (1) new 24+2 passenger bus.                       $500,000     5/4/2010     $90,925      $90,925




  TO INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY
1 CONSTRUCTION. Maintenance Facility                            $235,030    5/27/2010          $0      $26,110


  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  transit vehicles, building bus facilities to house transit
  vehicles, purchasing computer hardware and
  technology to efficiently operate transit programs, and
  employ mobility managers to coordinate transit
1 services.                                                    $9,811,054   7/19/2009   $1,880,433   $1,880,433
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  buses, bike racks, security cameras, new hybrid-
  electric handivans, rehabilitating bus shelters,
  replacing the ADA elevator in the Admin building,
  replacing the Bus Wash equipment, purchasing Hybrid
  Maintenance tools, performing ADA Paratransit
  Service, performing preventative maintenance, and
  Invest in public transportation. These technology.
1 enhancing Automated Vehicle Locatorfunds fully               $3,798,058   7/31/2009   $3,519,331   $3,524,100
  funded the replacement of (14) 1995 and (10) 1996
  diesel fixed route urban public transit buses that met
  their useful life in 2007 and 2008. These buses will be
  replaced with (12) 40-foot and (12) 35-foot Gillig Low
  Floor buses equipped with EPA 2010 compliant diesel
  engines. The buses were procured in accordance with
  FTA Third Party Contracting Guidance as provided for
2 in Circular 4220.1F. The buses meet Clean Air Act            $9,879,481   5/21/2009   $9,833,172   $9,879,481
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing full size
  CNG transit vehicles to replace four existing Wildcat
  Transit fleet and to purchase and install transit vehicle
  support infrastructure to the fleet maintenance garage.
  An amendment provided funds to purchase new
  upgraded radios and repeater system for all transit
1 vehicles.                                                    $1,814,000   6/10/2009   $1,814,000   $1,814,000




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 MCI
  commuter coaches: two for expansion of service and
  two for replacement of vehicles that have meet their
2 useful life standards.                                       $2,040,000   7/24/2009   $1,994,824   $1,994,824

  Invest in public transportation by purchasing
  replacement vehicles, computer hardware & software,
  transit-related capital equipment and renovating or
  expanding transit facilities/offices. Funds are also
  allocated for transit systems' operating expenses
  (drivers & dispatchers' wages, benefits, fuel &
2 lubricants, etc)                                             $3,960,983   6/11/2009   $3,004,824   $3,026,335


  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  trolley busses, rehabilitating busses, performing
  preventive maintenance on existing busses, and the
  rehab/renovation of the innercity bus terminal.
  Acquired support vehicles. Purchased software
2 upgrades. Created new website.                               $1,417,282   6/16/2009   $1,237,139   $1,237,139




  Federal grant for seven projects: Bus Wash, Support
  vehicle, Phone system, Security camera system, AVL
  equipment on vehicles, Bicycle racks on vehicles,
  Administrative building improvements, and operating
1 subsidy.                                                      $500,282    7/24/2009    $497,567     $497,567
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  transit buses, rehabilitating some current buses,
  purchasing shop equipment, purchasing and installing
  intelligent transportation systems technology on
  vehicles, purchasing enhancements for bus
  stops/passenger waiting areas, rehabilitating facililties,
  performing preventative maintenance on existing fleet
1 and the facility and operating support.
  INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION THROUGH                      $3,322,782   5/12/2009   $2,864,497   $2,864,497
  THE PURCHASE OF NEWE RAMP EQUIPPED
  SMALL BUSES THAT WILL MAINTAIN AS WELL AS
  ALLOW FOR EXPANSION DEMAND-RESPONSE
  PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SERVICE FOR
  SENIORS, PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES AND
  OTHERS IN NEED OF TRANSPORTATION IN THE
  GREATER DERRY-SALEM REGION OF SOUTHERN
1 NEW HAMPSHIRE.                                                $434,975    6/25/2009    $397,395     $398,395




  Power pole and line replacement for PATCO transit
  agency line. This project replaces an antiquated and
  unserviceable system that was installed over 40 years
  ago. This project will ensure safe and efficient power
1 distribution along the entire transit line.                  $5,538,924   10/1/2009   $5,538,924   $5,538,924
   NJ TRANSIT is investing in public transportation by
   advancing the following projects: 1) Bus Rolling Stock
   Rehabilitation: Replacement of various bus
   components, major body work, structural repairs,
   rebuilding fare collection, radio & communication
   equipment & bus repainting as needed. 2) Newark
   Penn Station Plaza West: Preliminary
   engineering/NEPA work on exterior pedestrian & traffic
   NJ TRANSIT is investing on the west side of Newark
13 circulation improvements in public transportation by         $351,107,020   8/18/2009   $226,603,107   $228,604,339
   advancing the following projects: 1) HBLR Danforth
   Interlocking Construction: The Hudson-Bergen Light
   Rail Danforth Interlocking project involves the
   construction of additional track, switches, catenary and
   signals along the Bayonne Branch of NJ TRANSIT's
   Hudson-Bergen Light Rail System in Jersey City and
   Bayonne. The work will allow NJ TRANSIT to provide
13 additional capacity and flexibility in Hudson-Bergen          $66,600,791   7/31/2009    $65,186,668    $65,188,215


   NJ TRANSIT is investing in public transportation by
   purchasing the following vehicle equipment for 18
   operators of rural services and one intercity operator.
   Funds will be used to purchase 39 diesel and gas
   fueled vehicles (with lifts) for public body organizations
13 and non-profit organizations.                                  $4,838,468   8/21/2009     $2,269,341     $3,094,937




   NJ TRANSIT is investing in the Greenhouse Gas and
   Energy Reduction (TIGGER)program by purchasing
   and installing energy efficient air compressor system
   upgrades at approximately four NJ TRANSIT
13 maintenance facilities.                                         $250,000    3/15/2010       $21,215        $31,460




   To provide training for transit systems through the
   delivery of 34 Project Management for Transit
   Professionals and 6 Management of Transit
   The Federal Projects sessions.
 6 Construction Transit Administration (FTA) is working to         $900,000     8/6/2009      $297,094       $357,005
   ensure that bus procurement projects are efficiently
   completed within budget, on time and in a quality
   manner. Ensuring this high level of procurement
   involves the sharing of transit management policies,
   procedures, resources, and best practices with transit
   agencies. By providing increased procurement
   training FTA can ensure that the grantee personnel
   The are Mexico Department of Transportation will
 6 skillsNew able to meet the increased workload created           $800,000    2/17/2011       $57,143
   invest the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
   funds for Rural Transit Capital Assistance in the
   amount of $12,255,602 for 28 sub-grantees in 23
   counties (Colfax, Valencia, Eddy, Curry, Rio Arriba,
   Union, Grant, Chavez, Lea, San Miguel, Los Alamos,
   Roosevelt, Taos, Socorro, Sierra, Sandoval, Torrance,
   Cibola, Mora, McKinley, Otero, Santa Fe, and
 3 Bernalillo), including 4 tribal governments. No funds         $12,255,602   6/25/2009    $10,054,758    $10,980,728




   The Pueblo of Laguna will invest in public
   transportation by constructing a maintenance garage
   and the purchase of equipment to service and house
 2 the transportation vehicles.                                    $200,000    6/14/2010            $0             $0
  The City of Farmington will invest in public
  transportation through the purchase of four, 23 -
  passenger, trolley-buses to replace our aging, small
  buses. These vehicles will increase our available
  passenger seats and double the wheelchair capability
3 of our existing transit fleet.                                   $790,312     7/10/2009     $761,836      $761,836




  Las Cruces, New Mexico, will invest in public
  transportation by providing upgrades and maintenance
  to our bus fleet, a security camera system, some bus
  stop improvements, a mobile data computer and a
2 restroom facility.                                              $1,713,911    7/31/2009     $292,836      $292,836




  Ohkay Owingeh will invest in public Transportation
3 vehicles and other capital assets by June 2011.                  $156,000    12/31/2009     $113,477      $137,578




    The City of Santa Fe will invest in public transportation
    by purchasing replacement buses, mobile security
3   equipment and passenger shelters.in public
    The City of Albuquerque will invest                           $1,370,372     8/4/2009     $572,500      $572,500
    transportation by purchasing fare boxes, installing
    ticket kiosks, constructing bus shelters and buying
    support vehicles. This grant provides funding for these
    projects that qualify under 49 USC 5302(a)(1). The
    funding source for these projects is the American
    Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009,
    Public Law 111-5. As specified in 74 FR 9675, the
1   total amount available for3TransitThis project will invest
    ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 vans, cars Capital Assistance in            $11,388,245    7/17/2009    $2,289,339    $2,711,111
    in public transportation by providing for the Reno-
    Sparks Indian Colony to purchase nine new vehicles to
    expand and enhance its overall tribal transit system,
    which includes a fixed route transit system and a
    demand responsive transit system for tribal members
    with specific transportation needs. Vehicles to be
    purchased with this grant include the following: ? 2
2   Recovery Act ? 4 are being used to invest
    Shuttle Buses funds 15-passenger vans ? 3 in public            $328,668     6/28/2010           $0            $0
    transportation by developing a new transportation
    center to serve downtown Las Vegas, by constructing
    a transit center and park & ride facility to serve the US-
    95 corridor, and by developing bus rapid transit in the
    Boulder Highway corridor. All three facilities are partly
    funded by ARRA, partly by other FTA grants, and
    partly by local sales tax revenues. The new
1   intermodal transportation center in downtown Las             $33,661,651    6/10/2009   $33,661,651   $33,661,651
    Invest in public transportation by purchasing 42 new
    buses to replace those that have exceeded their useful
    life, constructing a transit fueling and storage facility,
    constructing 22 bus shelters to protect the transit
    passengers, constructing a fiber optic communication
    systems for a transit system, purchasing fareboxes
    and automatic vehicle locators for the buses and
2   providing operating funds to run transit services.            $7,350,247    7/22/2009    $4,626,509    $5,609,271
   Invest in public transportation activities by acquiring
   four (4) replacement buses; rehabilitating existing
   buses; acquiring paratransit scheduling hardware and
   software; and providing operating assistance,
   Recovery maintenance and project administration.
 2 preventiveAct funds will be used to invest in public          $1,092,274   7/14/2009    $1,064,160    $1,064,160
   transportation through the development of the Sahara
   Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system. This project
   consists of preliminary engineering, final design and
   construction of a new BRT system along a 12-mile
   segment of Sahara Avenue from Hualapai Way to
   Boulder Highway. The design portion of the project is
   being funded by local funds, while the construction
   Invest has been funded by the Transportation
 1 portionin Public Transportation in the following areas:      $34,400,000   9/23/2010    $5,650,275    $5,650,275
   1. Construction Project to finish the interior of the
   Ulster County Transit Center and install computerized
   HVAC controls to save energy. The interior finish
   work to be done in the Ulster County Transit Center,
   including interior finishes, 2 bathrooms, office space,
   training space and storage space. An automated
   HVAC control system will be installed to reduce the
22 energy use for the Ulster County Transit Center. Cost         $2,535,006   8/21/2009    $2,174,669    $2,174,669




     Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 40-
     foot low-floor diesel buses, articulated buses, making
     renovations to Regional Transit Service's campus and
     the design and installation of a Diesel Emissions Fluid
28   storage and dispensingStaten Island Ferry (SIF)
     NYCDOT operates the system.                                $15,796,418    3/3/2010    $9,105,235    $9,105,235
     system that operates between St. George Ferry
     Terminal in Staten Island and Whitehall Ferry Terminal
     in Manhattan, New York. It is the largest ferry system
     nationwide carrying 70,000 on weekdays or
     approximately 21 million passengers annually. It is the
     principal means of transportation for Staten Island
     residents traveling to Manhattan's central business
 8   district and other activity centers. Thein public
     The purpose of this grant is to invest major assets of     $46,747,237   8/21/2009   $32,706,144   $35,262,743
     transportation by purchasing new transit buses.
     Project NY-96-X017-00 entails the procurement of fifty-
     six (56) new diesel buses which will replace a like
     amount of life expired 40-foot diesel buses. The buses
     will operate in daily transit service throughout Niagara
     Frontier Transportation Authority?s (NFTA) 1,575
     square mile service area of Erie and Niagara Counties
28   in New York State. the purchase of a bus wash to
     This award includes                                        $24,430,788   8/21/2009   $24,375,122   $24,375,122
     replace the old bus wash that is no longer functional,
     and replacement parts are obsolete. Bus mechanics
     will now have more time to perform their maintanence
     duties. The entrance gates at the bus garage and the
     maintanence facility will be replaced with an Electronic
     Security Gate/Fence. The gate will be accessed from
     inside each vehicle. This will eliminate the need for
22   bus drivers to exit their vehicles upon arrival at the       $857,400    9/24/2009     $368,299      $368,299




   Capital Improvements under 2009 American Recovery
   and Reinvestment Act. Improvement of Transit
20 Facilities and Bus Stops,                                     $1,242,494   7/16/2009     $981,424      $981,424
      This project will rehabilitate the North Parking Garage
     at the Huntington Long Island Rail Road station, which
     is anticipated to extend the useful life of the facility by
     another fifteen years. The self-park facility is owned
     by the Town of Huntington and began beneficial use in
     June of 1995. The garage consists of 264,000 square
     feet of parking on six levels, has a capacity of 725
     cars, and houses a Town security office.        The
 2   rehabilitation work is expectedbe include repairs to the
     The City of Poughkeepsie will to utilizing 100%                 $1,091,375   9/10/2009      $971,045       $971,045
     Federal ARRA funding for the purchase of two (2)
     hybrid-electric buses that will replace diesel buses(TIP
     PIN 8TRD65), replace one (1) service vehicle (TIP PIN
     8TRD44) and replace one (1) support vehicle (TIP PIN
     8TRD41). The grant will also allow for the completion
     of the electronic farebox conversion and reporting
     equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD74)needed to bring the
22   system to it's full effectiveness. Preventive
     The City of Poughkeepsie will be utilizing 100%                 $1,970,278   8/21/2009      $114,728       $114,728
     Federal ARRA funding in the amount of $1,400,154 for
     the purchase of electronic fareboxes and reporting
     equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD74), Intelligent
     Transportation System (ITS) software and equipment
     (TIP PIN 8TRD45)as required by FTA guidelines,
     hybrid batteries to replace existing batteries as
     needed(TIP PIN 8TRD64), Preventive Maintenance
22   The PIN 8TRD31) and allows the Department to
     (TIP funding in the grantOperating assistance (TIP PIN          $1,400,154    3/3/2010      $326,133       $326,133
     offset operating and preventive maintenance costs, as
     well as procure vehicles and upgrade our bus
     maintenance facilities. Specifics include the following:
     1) Operating assistance, 2) Preventive Maintenance
     funding, 3) the procurement of up to 12 40 foot, hybrid
     transit buses, 4) the procurement of up to 24
     paratransit vans, and a series of infrastructure
18   projects, one at a major bus terminal, and several at(2)
     To invest in public transportation by purchasing two           $13,278,398   8/21/2009    $11,815,991    $11,815,991
     replacement, 40 foot, hybrid-electric transit buses, six
     (6) 40 foot, diesel transit buses, three replacement
     paratransit buses, less than 30 feet in length, and
     preventative maintenance to keep the buses in a state
     of good repair in 2009. The grant benefits two
     operators - Tompkins Consildated Area Transit, Inc.
     (TCAT) that operates fixed route bus service and
24   GADABOUT Transportation Services, Inc. that
     Invest in public transportation to support the                  $3,367,685   8/26/2009     $1,173,384     $1,173,384
     completion of the Fulton Street Transit Center (FSTC).
     Located at Broadway and Fulton Street in Lower
     Manhattan, this project will improve access and
     connectivity among ten subway lines
     (A,C,E,J,Z,R,2,3,4,5), create modern retail spaces,
     provide improved passenger amenities which include
     additional entrances and elevators, and make the
14   entire complex ADA compliant. The project includes            $423,325,165   8/21/2009   $137,912,993   $141,644,986




   The purpose of the award is invest in public
   transportation to purchase 39 replacement vehicles for
   an aging transit fleet. Also to purchase 30
25 replacement Passenger Waiting Shelters.                          $12,299,477   8/21/2009    $12,263,220    $12,263,220




   The ARRA funds are invested in transportation,
   specifically for necessary preventive maintenance and
   bus Replacement as described in the Project
29 Descriptions below.                                               $1,535,510   8/27/2009      $944,147       $944,147
   There will be a Transit Bus Purchase of 6 heavy duty
   transit buses, two of which will be hybrid; and a Transit
   Bus Purchase of 8 medium-duty buses, two of which
   will be hybrid. We have ongoing Preventive
   Maintenance and will purchase electronic fareboxes
20 for our fleet.                                                $4,514,000    8/21/2009     $3,952,704     $3,952,704


   The purpose of the original grant, approved 8/28/09,
   and the supplemental grant, approved 3/3/10, is to
   Invest in public transportation by awarding grants to 33
   subrecipients for the purchase of 170 buses, shelters,
   bus stop signs and shop equipment; and transit facility
21 design/construction/rehab projects.projects for NYCT
   Invest in public transportation with                         $23,215,240     3/3/2010    $10,896,241    $10,896,241
   $269.2M, LIRR $102.8M & MNR $25.8M. Long Island
   Rail Road: Atlantic Avenue Viaduct - Phase IIa,
   Babylon Car Wash; Metro-North Railroad:
   Poughkeepsie Station Bldg - Windows & Doors, Grand
   Central Terminal Facilities Project; New York City
   Transit: Gap Fillers Union Square: Phase 3 ,
   Systemwide Rehab Yard Fencing 5 Locations,
14 Systemwide Rehab Yard Fencing 8 Locations,
   Invest in public transportation with the following          $397,744,188     3/3/2010   $227,819,389   $201,457,603
   projects Metro-North Railroad: Tarrytown Platform And
   Canopies Rehabilitation, Poughkeepsie Station
   Building Windows & Doors, Grand Central Terminal
   Elevators; New York City Transit: Vent Plant
   Rehabilitation Jackson Avenue, Structure
   Rehabilitation: 63rd St-Bay 50th,West End Line, Jay
   Street Substation: DC Feeders/Circuit Breaker House
14 579, ADA: Bay Parkway-West End Line, Rehab 18th             $254,407,861    8/13/2009   $114,016,775    $94,417,989




   Invest in public transportation with the procurement of
   32 replacement compressed natural gas (CNG) buses
   Orange Long Island Bus.
14 for MTA County will use these funds as operating             $14,551,669   12/18/2009    $14,140,365    $14,140,365
   assistance to help support the bus operations in the
   Newburgh Urbanized Area.The County will use this
   grant to support the bus operators in the Newburgh
   Urbanized Area. This investment will contribute to
   preserving and maintaining jobs and promoting
   economic recovery in the Newburgh Urbanized Area.
   Purpose and rationale of funds received for
19 infrastructure investment with funds made available           $1,686,778     3/3/2010     $1,032,473     $1,032,473




29 Preventive Maintenance and Bus Replacement                     $460,000     8/27/2009       $14,356        $14,356


   Orange County will purchase 14 transit buses and five
   dial-a-buses to be used for bus service in the
   Middletown and Newburgh urbanized areas. These
   buses will help modernized the current bus fleet using
   the latest technology as well as provide the opportunity
19 for expanded service in the Newburgh Urbanzied Area.          $8,900,000    8/26/2009      $200,000       $200,000
   Invest in public transportation with the following with a
   New York City Transit Transportation Investment in
   Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction (TIGGER)
14 project to install remotely third rail heaters.Island Ferry
   The grant funds for the St. George Staten                       $2,000,000    3/15/2010    $1,107,134    $1,107,134
   Terminal Bus Ramps project will invest in public
   transportation by rehabilitating eight vehicular bridges,
   one pedestrian bridge, and one parking field. The
   bridges provide access to ferry commuters accessing
   the Staten Island Ferry St. George Terminal located
   on Staten Island in New York City. The bridges to be
   rehabilitated support pedestrian traffic, MTA New York
 8 City Transit buses, taxi service, and passenger vehicle       $175,000,000    8/21/2009   $60,302,072   $63,335,928




14 Arra Workshop and Oversight                                      $190,537     8/13/2009     $158,282




14 Programmatic Task Order
   A comprehensive conservation analysis conducted for              $450,000    12/14/2010      $31,095
   the GCRTA reported more than 60% of facility-related
   energy usage and cost occurred in 8 operating
   facilities among the 182 surveyed. Based on these
   results, the GCRTA is pursuing a conservation project
   that will consist of a number of energy procurements
   and retrofit activities that will yield a significant cost
   savings through the replacement of 6,417 lighting
   Invest in public systems and by upgrades at
11 fixtures, control transportationroofrestoring and selected      $2,257,000    3/11/2010    $1,227,686    $1,227,686
   preserving a historic New York Central Train Station to
   become the Lorain County Transportation Center. The
   Transportation Center will be a transportation hub for
   Lorain County Transit, Greyhound and Amtrak as well
   as housing Lorain County Transit administrative
   offices. Renovations of an existing building to be a
   maintenance facility, performing preventative
13 maintenance on buses. The maintenance facility will             $4,015,535    7/17/2009    $3,951,696    $3,972,706

   Invest in public transportation by purchasing
   replacement buses and paratransit vans, continuing to
   perform preventative maintenance on existing vehicles
   and buildings, further our transit enhancments for our
   passengers, provide security for our customers at park-
   n-ride lots and new radio technology for our county-
   The radio funds of
14 wideARRA system. $1,198,957 will be used for the                $3,629,943    7/10/2009    $3,166,000    $3,192,300
   following projects: Tear down the old Admin building,
   HVAC control unit for the Admin building, one cut-a-
   way van, Preventative Maintenance, ADA and
   rehab/renovate the maintenance facility. 1. Demolition
   of old admin building. This building has not been used
   since 2004, when the new admin building was
   completed. This is a safety and cost effective issue.
 4 Siding has blown into the street on windy days. Costs           $1,198,957    3/12/2010    $1,044,764    $1,044,764
   This grant invests in public transit by purchasing 104
   buses, 2 vehicle security systems, several bus
   passenger shelters, and shop equipment for 18 rural
   transit systems; renovate 6
   administrative/maintenance facilities and provide
   funding to 11 rural transit systems to purchase
   scheduling/dispatching software. The 34 sub-
   recipients will also receive ARRA funds for preventive
   The award is that will be invested in the public transit
15 maintenance for Transit Capital Assistance to account          $9,901,034   6/25/2009    $8,229,287    $8,315,401
   for the capital cost of contracting under FTA Section
   5307 Urbanized Areas Formula Program. The funds
   provide for 50% of the total project cost for providing
   public transportation service operated by the City Of
   Niles, Ohio's Niles-Trumbull Transit System (NITTS) to
   clients of the Trumbull County Educational Services
   Center (TCESC), ages 16-22, to access jobs and job
17 training programs, and to travel to employment                  $514,420    7/10/2009     $408,256      $408,256

     The grant award totals $1,671,558 for the purchase of
     2 ADA Vehicles, A Vehicle Maintenance Lift, Bus
     Wash System improvements, New Roof and
     improvements on 2 existing facilities, Preventative
     Maintenance and ADA Service activities. Also
     Operating assistance and bus shelter acquisition and
 8   installaton
     AMENDMENT ONE: This amendment in the amount                  $1,671,558    3/3/2010    $1,113,531    $1,162,446
     of $926,578 together with the original grant award of
     $15,287,347 equals the full allocation of $16,214,025
     in FY2009 ARRA funds for the Central Ohio Transit
     Authority (COTA) in Columbus, Ohio. The remainder
     of these funds will be utilized for continuing
     construction of the COTA Paratransit/Small-Bus
     Facility. All environmental work for this project has
15   been completed. ORIGINAL GRANT: These ARRA
     Invest in public transportation by: replacing light-duty    $16,214,025    3/3/2010   $11,577,143   $11,631,331
     (paratransit) vehicles; rehabilitating heavy rail cars;
     rehabilitating rail station; constructing a new east side
     transit center; procuring design services for the
     rehabilitation of another rail station and for transit
     enhancements along a major west side bus corridor;
     upgrading rail crossings and capitalized maintenance.
     In March 2010, this grant was amended to include:
11   public art,in public transportation by rehabilitating two
     To invest landscaping and real estate lease related to      $32,765,975    8/3/2009   $28,613,724   $28,613,724
     rail stations (Puritas and E. 55th St.);
     Engineering/Design and Rehab of Waterfront Line
     Chute Trunk Repairs; Surveying, Mapping, Eng. And
     Design for Grade Crossings Upgrades; Eng. and
     Design ( S-Curve; Preventative Maintenance (Rail
     Infrastructure Upgrades). Grant was amended to
     include: Land Acquisition and Relocation (E. 55th );
11   Preventive Maintenance (Rail); Force Account and            $11,182,724   7/10/2009    $9,988,833    $9,988,833




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 new
   busses, operating assistance to reduce the strain on
   the local budget, and computer hardware/software that
18 will improve marketing and public awareness.                    $394,392    8/20/2009     $124,392      $124,392


   This grant invests in public transit by purchasing 6
   Intercity Buses that will provide meaningful
   connections to urbanized areas for indiviuals living in
   rural areas and will provide funding to award
   construction contracts for Intercity facility
15 improvements.                                                  $3,423,200    8/3/2009    $1,502,275    $1,502,275
   This grant invests in public transit by providing funds
   to construct new transit facilities and rehabilitating
   existing facilities/structures and the construction of an
   E85 Fueling station. The facilities will include
   administrative office space, space for drivers when
   changing shifts, a scheduling/dispatching area,
   training room, and vehicle maintenance facility.
   There will be parking area expansions and repair
15 projects as well.                                                  $9,197,000    3/3/2010    $1,033,449    $1,122,684




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 new
   busses, fareboxes for all vehicles in our system, and
18 bike racks for a majority of the vehicles in our system.            $260,000    8/20/2009           $0            $0




     Invest in public transportation by purchasing 12 new
     vehicles; purchasing bus shelters; purchasing a fuel
     tank; and purchasing computer and communications
 9   equipment. promote economic recovery, as well, as
     This grant will                                                   $848,579    7/10/2009     $603,123      $603,123
     invest in transportation that will provide long term
     economic benefits by providing funds to the City of
     Brunswick for: purchase replacement of three (3) new,
     fuel efficient, 16-passenger vehicles, equipped with 2
     wheelchair positions; rehab/rebuild spare parts;
     purchase of a tire changer; preventive maintenance
     and program administration/operating assistance.
11   This grant also provides funds to the Greater funds
                  invests in public transit by providing              $2,150,816    3/3/2010    $1,952,994    $1,952,994
     to construct three new transit facilities. Two facilities
     will be built for rural transit systems currently sharing
     office space with other entities. Their facilities will
     include administrative office space, space for drivers
     when changing shifts, a scheduling/dispatching area,
     training room, and an attached vehicle maintenance
     facility. The third facility will be a storage facility added
15   onto a in publicbuilding that was constructed provide
     Invest current transportation-this grant will with               $7,316,000   7/17/2009    $1,650,600    $1,650,600
     funds fo rthe period of December 2008 through August
     2010. The funds will be used for the purchase of 12
     light transit vehicles and 5 modified mini vans;
     acquisition of vehicle surveillance cameras; the
     renovation, modernization and expansion of
     administrative offices; landscaping; sidewalks and
     fencing; bus shelters and preventive maintenance.
17   Invest in public the investment is to preserve and
     The purpose of transportation by purchasing new                  $3,518,934   6/25/2009    $3,518,934    $3,518,934
     hybrid buses, performing preventative maintenance on
     existing buses, installing intelligent transportations
     systems technology on vehicles and a bus fluid
     management system that will provide data on engine
     performance, potential problems and improve
     preventive maintenance and provide better customer
     service. Bus shelters, signage, landscaping, benches
 1   and trash receptaclesbe investing in public installed
     The ARRA funds will will be purchased and                       $17,540,253   8/21/2009   $10,546,373   $10,546,373
     transportation by purchasing: -Expansion vehicles to
     meet the ever increasing demand for transportation
     services for the disabled and low to moderate income
     passengers. It is estimated that an additional 3,700
     passengers can be transported per additional vehicle.
     -Mobile Data Computers and Automated Vehicle
     Locators will benefit the LCTB and partnering agencies
18   by increasing services, maximizing available                      $589,532    7/10/2009     $339,922      $339,922
   The Kent Central Gateway (KCG) will be a transit
   center that will improve the connections between city
   neighborhoods, Kent State University?s campus and
   the downtown; to enhance bicycle and pedestrian
   linkages; to support economic development; and to
   create opportunities for new community amenities. It
   will solve several transit-related problems: providing an
   efficient park-and-ride for express routes to Cleveland
17 and Akron; serving as a transfer point for numerous          $20,000,000   7/13/2010   $2,520,856   $2,520,856


   Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new
   buses, rehabilitating a bus administration/maintenance
   facility, rehabilitate the Market Square Bus Center, and
   provide support for preventive maintenance for our
   vehicles and facilities. The City of Springfield will also
 7 use the ARRA funds for Operating Assistance.                  $1,619,240   7/10/2009   $1,615,725   $1,615,725

   Invest in public transportation by replacing the roof of
   a bus storage/maintenance facility, performing
   preventative maintenance on existing buses and
   facility, renovation of a training area in the existing
   garage, and completing preliminary engineering and
   design for facility projects on PARTA's property
17 located at 2000 Summit Road, Kent, OH 44240.                  $1,298,212   7/10/2009   $1,248,284   $1,248,284




   To invest in public transportation by purchasing two
   new transit vehicles (small ADA vans) and renovate a
   downtown building into a transit center to consolidate
 6 current operations.                                            $559,059    8/20/2009    $547,619     $547,619


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   diesel fixed route buses and ADA paratransit Service
   buses, installing security cameras on these buses
   prior to their delivery, installing bike racks on new and
   existing buses, replacing a bus washer system,
   The city of Lawton will invest in and operating funding.
16 providing project adminsitration public transportation        $5,145,273   7/10/2009   $5,082,911
   by investing in several capital projects. The largest
   project in the award is the purchase of rolling stock in
   the amount of $1,228,800. The purpose of this
   particular project is to replace some aging vehicles in
   the existing fleet and to expand the fleet for improved
   service. Additionally, the award includes a support
   equipment and facilities line item of $255,000. This
   'The Metropolitan the purchase of support vehicles
 4 line item includesTulsa Transit Authority (MTTA) for          $1,466,299   5/12/2009   $1,221,556   $1,221,556
   ARRA grant will invest in public transportation by
   purchasing eleven 35 foot Compressed Natural Gas
   (CNG) low-floor fixed route replacement buses, four 40
   foot CNG low-floor fixed route replacement buses, and
   up to 35 ADA non-fixed route low-floor CNG
   paratransit vans. MTTA will also rehabilitate the
   administration and maintenance buildings, MTTA?s
 1 downtown transit station, purchase new radios for our         $8,853,448    3/3/2010   $2,441,740   $3,011,066




   The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is investing in
   public transportation by converting our old buses to
   run on Clean Natural Gas and for Seminole Nation
 5 Public Transit more environmetally efficient.                  $330,169     6/2/2010     $37,714      $37,714
  The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma will invest in public
  transportation by purchasing three handicap
  accessible mini-vans, one clean, natural gas 11-
  passenger handicap accessible shuttle bus and two
  handicap accessible 14-passenger buses to
  accomadate the tribal transit needs for the Nine Tribes
  of Northeast Oklahoma and Pelivan Transit
  Consortium's service territory. We will also remodel a
2 storefront office owned by the tribe in the downtown             $473,277    6/25/2010     $394,971      $394,971




    The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma will invest in public
    transportation by providing three handicap accessible
    buses. These buses will be used in rural area where
2   The purpose of very limited.
    transportation isthis grant is to invest in public             $480,374    4/16/2010     $470,231      $470,231
    transportation in the Oklahoma City area. This is
    being accomplished by purchasing low-floor
    replacement buses and new vans for service
    expansion. COTPA is renovating the administrative
    offices housed in historical Union Station. Phase I of
    a maintenance facility to aid in housing three boats
    purchased for scheduled river transportation service
5   will be in public transportation for Public Transportation
    Invest constructed on the Oklahoma River. Along with         $10,021,473   7/24/2009    $3,038,109    $3,052,687
    on Indian Reservations Program (Tribal Transit
    Program TTP), the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal
    Transit (CATT) Project will mainly consist of four (4)
    deviated fixed routes with a select few demand
    responsive transports. Due to the variety of existing
    on-demand transit providers within the Tribes' service
    area that operate Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m.
3   through 5 p.m, the Tribes' CATT service will provide           $419,301    4/16/2010     $346,767      $346,767
    The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will
    invest in public transportation by replacing the
    nonurbanized and rural transit provider's aging fleet
    with efficient and reliable vehicles. A total of 248
    vehicles will be purchased. The purchase includes 243
    replacement buses of which 13 will be configured with
    Compressed Natural Gas. Also, 5 over-the-road buses
5   will be purchased.a portion of the federal funds to
    This project uses                                            $16,923,315   7/17/2009   $16,854,431   $16,854,431
    finalize a bus driver break area and public rest room
    building at the new SMART Central at Wilsonville
    Station multi-modal facility located adjacent to the
    WES Commuter Rail Station in Wilsonville, Oregon.
    In addition the federal funds will allow SMART to
    construct an artistic clock tower, passenger shelters
    and pedestrian safety enhancements located at
5   SMART Central station. Finally, the funds will                 $369,663    8/10/2009     $359,663      $359,663
    Invest in public transportation in construction of
    administrative and maintenance facilities--buildings
    and park and ride lots, rehabilitating one bus
    maintenance garage, constructing a second,
    purchasing and installing passenger shelters and route
    signs, purchasing and installing security equipment at
    facilities and purchasing and installing amenities at
5   bus stops and facilities. Bus Stop Improvements for
    Title: 6 Van Procurement,                                     $2,899,317   8/20/2009    $2,462,586    $2,462,586
    ADA compliance, Preventative Maintenance, and
    Security Cameras with Image System for facilities and
    7 fixed route vehicles. The grant is made up of four
    projects. 1)The first project is the purchase of 6 lift
    equiped vans to replace old demand response 16
    passenger buses. These vans will also have a 5 year
    expected lifespan as the fleet they are replacing, but
2   are less expensive to purchase and maintain and get            $937,612    6/29/2009     $937,612      $937,612
    Invest in public transportation by remodeling the bus
    maintenance building to accommodate up to 45
    articulated buses, replacing security cameras,
    performing preventive maintenance on existing buses
    and replacing approximately 1,500 bus stop signs at
    district bus stops that will be 20 years old when
4   replaced.public transportation by initiating Street
    Invest in                                                   $6,467,817    6/25/2009    $6,338,461    $6,338,461
    Maintenance Improvements for Bus Priority; a Park &
    Ride in the City of Milwaukie; Concrete Bus Pads and
    the Foster Road Bus Layover; Lighting along Multi-Use
    Path adjacent to the I-205 Light Rail Tracks;
    Intersection Repairs on Morrison & Yamhill Streets in
    downtown Portland; Signals for the Portland Streetcar
    along with Ramps and Information Technology
3   Systems; Commuter TrainDistrict is making an
    Salem Area Mass Transit Horn Noise Reduction               $11,642,396    8/26/2010   $11,197,851   $11,312,334
    investment in public transportation through the
    following projects: purchase of three (3) 35-foot fixed
    route buses (the Transit District initially applied to
    purchase four (4) buses, but the number was
    decreased to three to allow funding for operational
    assistance), the purchase of four replacement buses
    and one bus for the expansion of the fleet to serve
5   Invest in public Disabilities (ADA), replacement
    Americans with transportation by purchasing new             $5,164,353    6/26/2009    $2,661,659    $2,661,659
    hybrid-electric and other fueled buses, rehabilitating a
    bus maintenance garage, performing preventative
    maintenance on existing buses, and installing
    intelligent transportations systems technology on
    vehicles, construction and renovation of administrative
    and maintenance facilities--buildings and park and ride
    lots, constructing two bus maintenance garages and
5   two bus shelters, purchasing and installing passenger      $14,652,289    7/10/2009   $13,107,438   $13,145,263




    This grant will improve Rogue Valley Transportation
    District's (RVTD)facilities and purchase equipment and
2   buses.
    Purchase two high-speed passenger rail train sets.          $2,429,712    6/19/2009    $1,757,581    $1,757,581
    Oregon, in partnership with the State of Washington
    and Amtrak, has had state-sponsored rail service
    since 1994. Current plans and projects by Washington
    State to increase service in Washington will mean the
    current equipment will not be available for Oregon
    service in the next couple of years. Oregon needs to
    acquire rolling stock that can be compatibly integrated
5   Buses - existing equipment to meet purchase of
    with the This award will allow for the current and three   $38,400,000     3/3/2010   $17,366,990   $17,366,990
    (3) 35-foot mass transit ADA-accessible low-floor
    buses for provision of public transit service within the
    city of Corvallis. Also included is associated transit
    signal priority equipment (Opticom) for each bus. This
    equipment is part of and complies with the regional
    ITS architecture. Shelters and Stops - This award will
    allow for the installation of ADA-compliant transit
5   shelters and stops within the existing public right-of-
    Invest in public transportation by initiating Portland's    $1,053,488    5/20/2009    $1,016,888    $1,016,888
    Quadrant - SW Moody Street & Streetcar
    Reconstruction project. The project will construct
    approximately 3,200 linear feet of SW Moody Avenue
    from approximately SW River Parkway to SW Gibbs
    Street. SW Moody Avenue will include three traffic
    lanes, dual streetcar tracks, and pedestrian and
    bicycle facilities. The roadway will be elevated
3   allowing redevelopers of adjacent brown fields to offer    $23,203,988   12/22/2010    $7,908,948    $7,908,948
  This project uses federal funds to complete the
  Preliminary Engineering and Site Planning for the new
  SMART Administrative/Maintenance Facility. The PE
  will allow SMART to move forward with the
  construction of the facility which is urgently needed to
  enhance system efficiency and meet the SMART's
5 system expansion plans.                                          $216,576    8/25/2010     $216,576      $216,576




  Invest in public transportation by paying the
  incremental cost of hybrid technology for the purchase
4 of 15 hybrid electric replacement buses.                        $3,000,000    3/2/2010           $0            $0




  Provide transportation to the community for enhanced
  work opportunity. Purchase two buses and build 8 bus
2 shelters. public transportation by initiating Street
  Invest in                                                        $235,802    6/18/2010           $0            $0
  Maintenance Improvements for Bus Priority; Transit
  tracker on the Portland Mall; Storm Piping Repair at
  the Tigard Transit Center; Construction of a new Merlo
  Bus Fuel and Wash Building and Accessible
  Transportation Building; installation of a new
  Information Technology Server Room Climate Control
  System at the Center Administration Building;
3 Concrete Replacement at the Center Street Bus Yard;            $43,667,897    3/2/2010   $42,125,905   $42,717,277


     This grant has allowed the transit agency to complete
     construction of Intermodal Facility. As a result of these
     investments, the transit agency will be able to offer
     public transportation service that is safer, more
     reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more
11   accessible for people Allegheny County (PAAC)
     The Port Authority of with disabilities.                      $879,623    8/20/2009     $466,410      $466,410
     intends to use these American Recovery and
     Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to invest in public
     transportation by allocating these funds towards the
     costs associated with construction activities relating to
     the North Shore Light Rail Transit Connector Project.
     This grant utilizes $43,995,935 in ARRA Section 5307
     Urban Formula funding allocated to PAAC from the
14   THESE FUNDS ARE ASSISTING COLTS The Project
     Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, urbanized area. WITH THE          $43,995,935   7/24/2009   $42,782,739   $42,957,715
     PURCHASE OF FOUR (4) LOW-FLOOR GILLIG
     HYBRID BUSES, WHICH WILL REPLACE 1999
     GILLIG PHANTOM 35' LIFT EQUIPPED DIESEL-
     POWERED BUSES WITH AN AVERAGE OF
     375,000 MILES. THE SOLICITATION OF THESE
     VEHICLES WAS ISSUED AND COLTS IS UNDER A
     PIGGYBACK AGREEMENT WITH KVWV. COLTS
11   Invest in public transportation to renovate BUSES IN
     ANTICIPATES THE DELIVERY OF SAID and expand                  $2,576,132   8/30/2009    $2,236,042    $2,304,132
     the Red Rose Transit Authority Operations Center
     Administrative Offices, Maintenance Garage and Bus
     Storage Building originally constructed in 1979. The
     major project elements include the renovation and
     expansion of the Bus Storage building to provide
     additional bus storage and improved tire and file
     storage; the renovation of the Maintenance Building
16   and the construction of improved space for equipment         $2,450,000   2/24/2010    $2,411,543    $2,411,543
   Rehabilitation of the existing Elizabethtown Train
   Station to include ADA accessibility, electronic
   ticketing, climate controlled passenger waiting facility,
   replacement platform cannopy, etc. - Keystone
17 Corridor. phase of this project will invest in public
   The first                                                      $7,970,111   5/21/2009     $6,223,072     $6,225,322
   transportation by developing the first transit
   facility/park & ride lot in the City of Washington's
   business district. The City is also the County Seat and
   is in need of transit-friendly developments. This grant
   will fund the following tasks which are being performed
   on this City-owned property: Intermodal Terminal-
   Engineering & Design which encompasses NEPA
12 Environmental Review (complete 9/09-CE approved),               $886,099    8/17/2009      $236,482       $236,482


   Invest in Public Transportation - This project is to
   make improvements to the agency's
   maintenance/operations bus parking lot and to the
   public transit transfer center paving. This award will
   also be used to purchase an operating/maintenance
19 facility.
   As a recipient of ARRA funds LANTA will invest in              $3,145,794   9/25/2009     $2,883,529     $2,883,529
   public transportation. 1. Purchased and received 20
   mini vans with an expected useful service life of five
   years or 100,000 miles. The vehicles replaced were
   purchased in 2001 or prior, have in excess of 150,000
   miles in service and have met their useful service life
   of five years or 100,000 miles. 2. Purchased five
   heavy duty/hybrid transit buses for system expansion,
   Invest in an expected useful by purchasing 5 years.
15 each withpublic transportation service life of 12 new low-     $9,380,820   7/14/2009     $8,493,490     $8,493,490
   floor 40-foot hybrid/electric buses and performing
   preventative maintenance on existing
   buses.Amendment #1 was for the remainder of the
   FFY ARRA formula allocation of $2,035,039 and was
   for purchase of four (4) low floor 40' hybrid-electric
   buses and to purchase and install six (6) bus
   passenger shelters within the Capital Area Transit
17 service ares.                                                  $5,427,821   8/20/2009     $5,373,543     $5,373,543




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 1 hybrid-
   electric bus, 1 heavy-duty diesel bus and rehabilitating
12 the downtown Transit Center.                                   $1,289,689   7/10/2009      $895,043       $895,043




   Purchase up to 40 Hybrid buses; transit and rail
   improvements to stations, bridges, track, train control
 1 systems, power distribution and structures.                  $125,229,133   5/21/2009   $107,461,818   $108,240,001




   Rail and transit improvements to stations, track,
 1 signage, and power distribution systems.                      $65,662,084   5/21/2009    $57,023,364    $58,102,964
   Invest in public transportation by renovating the
   Transportation Center and the Maintenance
   Facility/Travel Center facilities and parking areas, and
   providing engineering and design for the renovations
   to these facilities and park areas. Also provides
   engineering and design including construction
   documents for the fit out of the 2nd floor of the Travel
 4 Center. public transportation to renovate and expand
   Invest in                                                    $1,873,360    8/14/2009     $380,218      $460,312
   the Red Rose Transit Authority Operations Center
   Administrative Offices, Maintenance Garage and Bus
   Storage Building originally constructed in 1979. The
   major project elements include the renovation and
   expansion of the Bus Storage building to provide
   additional bus storage and improved tire and file
   storage; the renovation of the Maintenance Building
16 and the construction of improved space for equipment         $5,144,706    3/25/2009    $4,802,708    $4,802,708




   Rehabilitation and expansion of the parking facilities
   for the Elizabethtown Train Station - Keystone
17 Corridor. Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC)
   The Port                                                     $1,414,728    5/21/2009     $402,881      $402,881
   intends to use these American Recovery and
   Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to invest in public
   transportaion by allocating these funds towards the
   costs associated with construction activities relating to
   the North Shore Light Rail Transit Connector Project.
   This grant utilizes $18,482,383 in ARRA Section 5309
   Fixed Guideway Modernization apportioned to the
14 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, urbanized area, for use by        $18,482,383    7/24/2009   $18,359,501   $18,459,501




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing buses
   and installing security systems on buses as well as
   purchasing garage equipment, new
   signage,renovations to facilities and conferencing
 3 equipment                                                     $616,815     8/20/2009     $448,098      $448,098


   Invest in public transportation by purchasing four new
   hybrid-electric buses, four new hybrid-electric
   paratransit vans, three new diesel paratransit vans,
   installation of surveillance and security equipment on
   25 transit vehicles, and renovation of BARTA's
 6 Intermodal Transportation Complex.                           $4,272,356    6/10/2009    $3,283,095    $3,283,095

   The grant supports multiple projects and includes the
   following: 15 Rural Transit Agencies and 4 Intercity
   Bus Agencies. Projects include vehicle purchases;
   signage improvement; bus shelters; intermodal
   facilities; Park & Ride paving lot pavement and
   restoration; security equipment; and existing facility
17 rehabilitations.                                            $30,209,184    7/24/2009   $25,857,169   $25,857,169
   This Task Order provides FTA's Office of Program
   Management (TPM) in Washington, DC and FTA
   regional offices with Project Management Oversight
   services for ARRA projects. Subject to the issuance
   of individual work order, the contractor shall provide
   project management oversight services for FTA to the
   extent that the PMO contractor has no conflict of
19 interest.                                                     $356,198    12/13/2010      $22,245
2 Procurement System Reviews - ARRA                           $93,600     5/24/2010    $79,512




  ARRA:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT
8 PROGRAM                                                    $242,711      3/7/2011    $87,135




  Project Management Oversight Consultant monitoring
  of projects funded with American Recovery and
  Reinvestment Act grants on a quarterly basis with
6 reports provided to the Federal Transit Administration.
  American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)              $600,000      1/7/2011    $28,045
  Programmatic Task Order #006. The purpose of this
  Task Order is to provide FTA with up to 88 Project
  Implementation Reviews in accordance with FTA OP
  No. 61. In addition, Burns will provide ARRA Quarterly
  Reports and ARRA Data Call Information. FTA will
  issue Work Orders (WOs) specifying grantees and
  projects to be monitored. FUNDING: Project Number:
2 DC-76-5004; Accounting Code: 2009.2A.76.X1.1. On          $3,470,000   11/23/2010   $312,315




  ARRA:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT
8 PROGRAM                                                   $1,225,000     4/5/2011    $58,148




2 Disadvantage Business Enterprise Program-ARRA              $250,000      4/8/2011        $0




2 Procurement System Reviews-ARRA                            $299,953      2/4/2011        $0




2 Rolling Stock Procurement Reviews-ARRA                     $300,000     2/10/2011     $8,929
   The amount of $ 325,000.00 will be used to expand
   the Vega Alta Transportation System with ARRA-FTA
   FUNDS for purchase of small buses for expansion and
   administration of service with transit routes between
   the Vega Alta Urban Core and Candelaria, Espinosa
   and Maricao wards also one will be rotated as spare
98 vehicle. in financing with ARRA funds the acquisition
   To assist                                                    $325,000     3/4/2010          $0           $0
   of eight vans to serve rural area and one trolley to
   serve the town hub that will improve the actual service
   of our low and very low income citizens in their
   transportation needs. Funds are currently made
   available in two categories: Fixed Guideway
   Modernization formula program; Bus and Bus
   Facilities discretionary program; and New Starts
98 discretionary program (new fixed guideway systems            $680,000     3/4/2010    $148,465     $148,465


   To assist in financing the acquisition of one (1)
   paratransit, 10 passanger, cutaway bus including
   communications security equipment and (2) less than
   30 feet buses 24 passenger capacity including
   communications to use in public transportation
98 service. expansion, signage, and project
   For bus                                                      $397,500    8/20/2009     $78,897      $78,897
   administration. The project is for eight 10 year useful
   life 35 ft., 35 passenger capacity buses at a cost of
   $182,000 each and a total of $1,456,000. The project
   will also provide for the purchase of 7 year useful life
   that are less than 30 feet for 18 passenger small
   buses to expand the transit service to southern wards
   of Guaynabo at $95,000 each and a total cost of
   Transit Capital Assistance also provide Areas
98 $285,000. The project willfor Urbanized for the as per      $2,000,000   3/17/2010          $0           $0
   Sec 5307 of Title 49 USC.This application is funded as
   follows: 2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants-
   Urbanized Area Funding Program: The Municipality of
   Gurabo submitted a request for ARRA Funds for the
   amount of $650,000 which includes hardware,
   software, a radio communication system for trolleys
   and paratransit, surveillance and security equipment,
98 preventative maintenance, project administration,            $650,000    3/12/2010     $16,066      $45,075




   Invest in public transportation by reconstructing a ferry
   terminal, purchasing equipment for ferry boats, and
   performing preventive maintenance to ferry boats and
98 terminals.                                                  $8,595,972   8/20/2009   $3,327,108   $3,327,108




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing of four (4)
   vehicles (2 Trolleys and 2 Paratransit), the
   construction of 30 bus shelters and the rehabilitation of
98 ferry terminal.                                             $2,110,579   8/20/2009          $0           $0
   TO ASSIST IN FINANCING THE ACQUISITION,
   EQUIPMENT FOR USE IN PUBLIC
   TRANSPORTATION SERVICES. FUNDS ARE
   CURRENTLY MADE AVAILABLE IS THREE
   CATEGOTIES: FIXED GUIDEDWAY
   MODERNIZATION FORMULA PROGRAM; BUS AND
   BUS FACILITIES DISCRETIONARY PROGRAM;
98 AND NEW START DISCRETIONARY PROGRAM.                         $675,000     3/4/2010    $100,216     $100,216
   To assist in financing the acquisition, construction,
   reconstruction and improvement of facilities, rolling
   stock and equipment for use in public transportation
   service. Funds are currently made available is three
   categories: Fixed Guideway Modernization formula
   program; Bus and Bus Facilities discretionary
   program; and New Starts discretionary program (new
   fixed guideway systems and extensions of existing
98 Systems). ARRA are requested to complete the
   Funds form                                                 $187,500     6/19/2009    $175,892     $175,892
   funding available for the construction of a small bus
   terminal at Campo Alegre originally approved under
   grant PR-90-X172. The amount of $400,000 of ARRA
   funds are requested under ALI 11.33.02. Th Mini
   Terminal will accomodate 5 Van size vehicules of the
   'Publico' system and two small Municipal transit buses
   as well as a waiting area and sanitary facilities for
98 transit users and drivers. The facilities are to be        $400,000      3/4/2010          $0           $0
   To Assist in financing the acquisition, construction,
   rolling stock and equipment for use in public
   transportation service, Maintenance Garage Facility for
   preventive maintenance to all vehicles that are used in
   the collective transportation system. Preventive
   Maintenance cost for the collective transportation
   system this will include the change of oil and filter,
98 change of breaks pads and tires replacement.              $1,208,942    8/20/2009    $898,625           $0




   Transit Capital Assistance for Non Urbanized Areas
   (under 50,000). Adquisition of two trolleys buses for
   expansion; two van for svc expansion; rehab/renovate
   bus terminal; preventive maintenance; and project
98 administration                                             $474,949      3/4/2010     $20,386      $20,386




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing two (2)
98 trolleys type vehicles                                     $263,000     8/20/2009          $0           $0




   The propose project includes the following activities:
   1.1,000,000 for the acquisition of eight (8) Trollies
   Vehicles 2. $100,000 for the acquisition of two (2)
98 Paratransit Vehicles                                      $1,100,000   11/12/2009   $1,088,290   $1,088,290




   Invest in public transportation by renovating and
98 improving the ferry service terminal building.             $675,314     8/20/2009    $155,014     $155,014




   Invest in public transportation by replacement of
   conventional petroleum dependent energy/security
   lighting with a photovoltaic solar system in FTA funded
98 vehicle maintenance and storage facilities                $1,000,000    7/28/2009          $0           $0
   Invest in public transportation by installing energy
   consevation equipment at Tren Urbano facilities,
   improving the Ticket Vending Machine system and
98 installing security equipment.                                  $2,000,000   8/20/2009    $562,341    $1,271,611




   This project will serve the population of Humacao, PR.
   It consist in the demolition and replacement of all
   material that compose the roof in the Public North
   Terminal, approximatelly 9,408 sqft of metal deck and
98 urethane also the disposition of the material.
   This award will be used to rehabilitate the                      $150,000     3/4/2010    $131,793     $131,793
   maintenance facility for the SITRAC (mass
   transportation service for the Municipality of Carolina).
   Also more bus shelters and signage will be
   constructed and installed to cover the new routes of
   our transportation service. The purchase of
   equipment and tools for the preventive maintenance
   (car wash) for our fleet will to increase the usefull life
98 of our fleet. All these improvements will make our               $831,498    8/28/2009    $418,681     $831,498




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 25 mini-
   buses and 20 full size buses, providing for preventive
98 maintenance and operations.                                    $12,000,000   1/20/2010   $6,348,546   $6,348,546




   Invest in public transportation by replacing damaged
   security fence for protection of FTA Vehicle
   Maintenence and Storage Facility and to make
   This application is repairs to fixed route (trolley) stops
98 improvements andfunded as follows: 2009 Transit                  $264,326    7/28/2009    $229,546     $264,326
   Capital Assistance Grants-Urbanized Area funding
   Program. This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula
   allocation of $1,388,750.00 (from the Governor's
   Apportionment in Puerto Rico) for transit
   enhancements, vehicle expansion, and a new small
   terminal in Barinas Ward. We will purchase
   approximately 2 buses (<30 ft), 2 paratransit vans, and
   1. Acquisition vans aproximately 16-28 foot. A Federal
98 5 passengers of one (1) 14 passenger paratransit                $1,388,750   9/14/2009    $894,862     $904,357
   minibus with a 5 year useful life. 2. Installation of forty-
   eight (48) passenger shelters and twelve (12) bus-stop
   signs on new transit routes and reconstruction of
   approximately 75 'Público' passenger shelters which
   are over 15 years old along existing routes in
   Bayamón. The Municipality will eventually rebuild all
   225 of the existing 'Publico' passenger shelters in the
98 city to enchace the transit system providing better             $1,170,000   9/30/2009    $132,843      $56,711




   Reconstruction of Sidewalks and Construction of ADA
   Ramps Along the Trolley Route of the Municipality of
98 San Lorenzo.                                                     $375,000    1/25/2010    $271,430     $271,430
   Use of ARRA funds to purchase two minibuses, make
   deferred maintenance improvements to Public
   Transportation Terminal and administration of grant
   program. The project includes:
   1. Purchase of two cut-away small buses with a five
   year duty cycle, ADA access complaint to provide
   demand response service to areas not currently
   served by the Public system under ALI 11.13.04 in the
98 amount of $138,000 of ARRA funds.                          $196,850    9/29/2009   $194,771   $194,771




   Purchase of 3 Paratransit and 2 transit vehicles and
   instalation of 8 passenger shelters for new transit
98 routes.                                                    $710,000     3/4/2010      $441       $441




   This award is for the purchase of one 30ft trolley
   replica bus, two cutaway buses for 20 seated
   THIS APPLICATION IS FUNDED AS bus shelters.
98 passengers and the construction of 30FOLLOWS:              $725,000    7/28/2009   $506,110   $506,110
   2009 TRANSIT CAPITAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS -
   URBANIZED AREA FUNDING PROGRAM. THIS
   GRAN APPLIES THE 2009 ARRA ALLOCATION OF
   $185,500.00 FOR ONE BUS EXPANSION. WE WILL
   PURCHASE ONE TROLLEY WITH 30' MEDIUM
   DUTY TRANSIT BUS. IT WILL HAVE A USEFUL
   LIFE OF 7 YEARS OR 200,000.00 MILES, IN
   Invest in public WITH FTA C 5010.1D. A FEDERAL
98 ACCORDANCEtransportation by purchasing two                 $224,100     8/6/2009    $14,600    $14,600
   vehicles for our collective transportation system. The
   Municipality of San Sebastian would like to expand its
   transportation services to provide better access to the
   urban area and stimulate economic development
   opportunities for our town's market. Also the
   municipality is in the process of rehabilitating certain
   areas of the urban area by creating points of interest
98 inside the urban area like, libraries, Museums, Sport      $205,000   11/17/2009   $140,000   $140,000




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   maintenance and security equipment to furnish the
98 transit garage.                                            $300,000    1/20/2010        $0         $0




   Federal Transit Capital Investments Grants Purchase
   of transportation vehicles and Improvements to the
98 existing transit vehicle maintenance garage.               $943,750     3/4/2010        $0         $0




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing three (3)
98 trolleys and six (6) paratransit vans.                     $827,463    8/21/2009        $0         $0
   Invest in Public Transportation by Purchasing of Four
   (4) Trolleys, Four (4) Paratransit Vans and the
   Engineering, Design and Acquisition of 20 Passenger
98 Shelters. in financing the acquisition, construction,
   To assist                                                    $1,353,100    3/4/2010           $0            $0
   reconstruction and improvement of facilities, rolling
   stock, and equipment for use in public transportation
   service. Funds are currently made available in three
   categories: Fixed Guideway Modernizationformula
   program; Bus and Bus Facilities discretionary
   program; and New Starts Discretionary Program (new
   fixed guideway systems and extensions of existing
98 system).                                                     $1,144,403   9/25/2009     $510,792      $510,792




   FTA awared to the Municipality of Cayey a total of
   $292,500 for the purchase of three vehicles to invest
   in our public transportation system; as follows; one
   <30 ft bus and two additional vans for SVC expansion,
98 paratransit.                                                  $292,500    1/20/2010           $0      $242,659




   Invest in public transportation by renovating and
98 improving the ferry system maintenance building.              $625,000    8/20/2009           $0            $0




   Investment in public transportation by purchasing 40
   replacement hybrid units, 40-foot length, heavy duty
   low floor hybrid buses for fixed route service in the San
98 Juan Metropolitan Area.
   RIPTA (Rhode Island Public Transit Authority) will use      $22,500,000   8/13/2009   $22,276,722   $22,276,722
   ARRA funds to invest in public transportation by
   purchasing twenty (20) hybrid buses; upgrading twenty-
   nine (29) diesel buses to hybrid-electric propulsion;
   upgrading ten (10) replica trolleys to hybrid-electric
   propulsion; purchasing twenty-four (24) engines for
   installation on the 2004 fleet; renovating Kennedy
   Plaza; repairing our Elmwood facility; purchasing
 2 equipment for the Paratransit Operations and Support
   The purpose of this grant is to invest in public            $33,036,686   7/10/2009   $28,154,965   $28,154,965
   transportation with the development of the planned
   commuter rail station at Wickford Junction. This
   funding assistance will be used to begin construction
   of a 1000+/- car garage and station platform.This
   infrastructure development project will extend
   commuter rail service along the Northeast Corridor
   from Providence to Wickford Junction/North Kingstown
 1 in the South County region of Rhode Island. It will also     $4,100,000    3/5/2010    $3,752,637    $3,768,525


   This grant will reduce energy use at RIPTA (Rhode
   Island Public Transit Authority) by investing in new
   energy-efficient light fixtures and photovoltaic
   technologies. The projects will save energy and
   reduce operating expenses at RIPTA's transportation,
 2 maintenance and administrative facilities.                    $345,000     3/3/2010     $310,785      $310,785
  Invest in public transportation by providing a sanding,
  fueling, an inspection pit and storage at the MBTA's
  Pawtucket Layover Facility. The expected outcomes
  include: (1) adding the capability to add sand to
  locamotives and control cars by building a sand
  stoarge tower at one end of the yard and a portable
  unit used to fill the far end of the train. (2) Adding a
  fueling station; a collection system to contain any
1 spillage; above ground storage tanks; pumps piping                $460,000    8/20/2009           $0            $0

    In vest in public transportation by purchasing new
    buses for route expansion, purchase SUV for route
    and deviation support,perform preventive maintenance
    on new and existing buses, purchasing bus passenger
    shelters to place along bus routes, and install
    intelligent/surveillance technology on buses, operating
3   assistance.
    SC DOT ARRA 5311 Grant. Funds will be used to                   $984,622     3/4/2010     $536,450      $536,450
    invest in public transportation with the purchase of
    approximately 71 vehicles which consist of cutaways,
    40 ft. buses, 35 ft. buses, and 30 ft. buses. The
    vehicles being replaced have all met their useful life.
    Vehicles have been purchased under the SCDOT
    State Contract. This grant also include $1,846,727 for
    the DOT to purchase computer hardware, software
6   and other transit technology for a statewide technology       $16,617,727   7/30/2009   $10,692,847   $10,857,033
    Invest in public transportation by purchasing seven 35'
    low floor buses, five bus shelters to be placed on
    public rights of way, and an on-board multi-camera
    video surveillance system including digital DVR to be
    installed on twelve of the buses. This will replenish the
    deteriorating buses currently in operation and offer
    ridership more efficient use of their time by ensuring
4   timely arrival of all units.
    Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing six (6)          $2,989,341   7/10/2009     $350,634      $350,634
    service vehicles that will be utilized in support of an on-
    demand transportation service for residents of the
    Rock Hill Urbanized Area. Specifically, this service
    (also known as York County Access), provides
    weekday service Monday through Friday from 6:00am
    to 6:00pm; additionally, this service includes a peak
    period element which operates during the morning and
5   evening periods when ridership demand is greatest.              $410,000     3/4/2010     $361,843      $361,843




  2009 TRansit Capital Assistance Grant - Urbanized
4 Area Funding Formula Funding Program                             $1,023,603   7/24/2009     $267,337      $167,337




  2009 Tribal Transit Funding, to expand the existing
5 transit services of the Catawba Indian Nationheavy-
  The CMRTA will purchase approximately 10                          $240,000    6/30/2010      $81,189       $82,646
  duty low floor buses that have an expected useful life
  of 12 years and/or 500,000 miles. The CMRTA will
  also undertake exterior refurbishment (including
  repainting, restriping and reapplication of all system
  and unit identification information) of up to 10 fixed
  route buses. The CMRTA will undertake facility
  renovations and upgrades to the CMRTA transit
6 Center. The project includes interior painting,                  $5,346,374   7/28/2009    $4,706,232    $4,706,232
  Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority
  (SWRTA) is using the ARRA funds that were awarded
  to invest in public transportation. Five (5) 5500 Dura-
  Max buses were purchased and placed into service;
  four (4) were replacing vehicles in the fleet that had
  high mileage and were problematic and one (1) for the
  expansion of transit services. These vehicles
  upgraded our current fleet and reduce our overall
6 maintenance costs. ARRA funds were used for                  $1,011,217    7/1/2009   $1,004,051   $1,004,051




  Invest in public transportation by performing preventive
  maintenance on existing transit vehicles, rehabilitating
  of existing transit vehicles and facility
6 engineering/design for a new bus maintenance facility.        $955,525    7/31/2009    $384,559     $384,559


  Funds are for the purchase of 9 buses, construction of
  bus shelters with passenger information systems, and
  the renovation of CARTA's Leeds Avenue
  Maintenance Facility. As a result of these
  investments, CARTA will be able to offer public
1 transportation service that is safer and more reliable.      $6,478,887   6/10/2009   $6,436,246   $6,436,246




  Purchase of 10 replacement transit vehicles, purchase
  of 5 expansion vehicles, automated vehicle locators
  and mobile data consoles for vehicles and preventive
4 maintenance for transit fleet                                $1,023,603   8/25/2009    $941,803     $941,803




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 buses,
  2 sup. vehicles, rehab 1 bus,purchase 20 mobile fare
1 coll. equip. 28 GPS systems and operting assistance.         $1,820,168   1/26/2010    $711,589    $1,601,089




  Invest in public trasportation by purchasing three 35'
  low-floor buses, six standard bus shelters and
4 signage.                                                     $1,208,633   8/20/2009          $0           $0

  SC DOT ARRA 5307 Grant. Funds will be used to
  invest in public transportation with the purchase of
  computer hardware, software, and other transit
  technologies for a statewide technology upgrade for all
  urban transit providers (computers, servers, printers,
  integrated communication equipment and resource
6 management and information sharing software).                 $604,111     3/4/2010    $192,015     $192,015




  Purchase of vehicle for 5311 Transit provider's by
  allowing them to expand their service or replace a
  higher mileage vehicle. Construction of new bus
  facilities and/or additions to transit provider's who have
0 out grown their previously constructed bus facility.         $7,372,825   3/31/2009          $1    $7,113,472
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing a tow
  truck capable of handling 18 & 22 passenger buses
0 and constructing bus shelters                                $350,000    12/18/2009     $66,995      $66,995




  Purchase of vehicles for 5311 Transit providers by
  allowing them to expand their service or replace a
  higher mileage vehicle. Construction of new bus
  facilities and/or additions to transit providers who have
  Invest in their transportation by purchasing
0 outgrownpublicpreviously constructed bus facility.          $7,372,825    3/31/2009   $7,372,825   $7,113,472
  replacement paratransit buses and new paratransit
  buses to expand the fleet, a replacement fixed-route
  bus, a transportation manager system for paratransit
  scheduling, several new bus shelters with benches, a
  new fare collection system for each of the fixed-route
  buses, a fuel management system to monitor the
  consumption of fuel, and making several
0 improvements to the bus barn and administrative             $2,609,162    6/24/2009   $2,559,381   $2,559,381

  Invest in public transportation by purchasing seven
  new thirty-foot buses for fixed route use and five new
  small (less than thirty-foot) buses for demand
  response use to replace older buses in the fleet;
  purchasing eight bus shelters for passenger comfort;
  and purchasing vehicle locator system technology with
1 computer-aided dispatching.                                 $1,472,011    6/10/2009   $1,133,933   $1,152,855




  Invest in public transportation to increase system
  ridership through purchase of additional vehicles and
  increase operational efficiency through purchase of
6 Intelligent Transportation System equipment.                $2,185,769    7/31/2009   $1,481,476   $1,481,476




  Invest in Public Transportation by Funding
2 Replacement Vehicles for Transit Fleet.                      $225,000     8/12/2010    $225,000     $225,000




  This grant is for the renovation of the Depot , the
  purchase of three buses for the fixed route, the
  purchase and installation of radios and Route match
  soft ware, which is a scheduling software for the fixed
  Knox buses CAC Transit bus shelters.
4 route Countyand purchase will invest in public               $855,317     7/31/2009    $414,696     $414,696
  transportation by purchasing Intelligent Transportation
  Hardware and Software on transit vehicles. An
  additional $86,247 was received in September 2010
  and will be used to purchase an Interactive Voice
  Recording System and a Maintenance Vehicle. The
  bids were send out and awarded for the Interactive
  Voice Recording System and a Maintenance Vehicle.
2 We did receive the maintenance vehicle and the               $586,247     8/26/2009    $568,384     $568,384
  This grant will be used solely for the purchase of 4
  vehicles (two gas and 2 hybrids). The vehicles will be
  given (leased) to ETHRA for maintaing and operating.
  The vehicles are to be purchased from national Bus
  Sales. The vehicles had been purchased, but have not
  been delivered as of 10/12/10. It is anticipated the
  vehicles will be delivered by November 1, 2010. The
  number of jobs created will, based on a letter from
  Invest in states ARBOC Mobility, LLC estimates low-
1 ARBOC, public transportation by purchasing one it              $797,289    7/28/2009     $555,680      $555,680
  floor, lift-equipped, 30 ft, heavy duty, diesel, transit
  bus, two low-floor, lift-equipped, 30 ft, heavy duty,
  hybrid, transit buses, eight lift-equipped, 4 year or
  100,000 miles specialized Paratransit vehicles, two
  support vehicles; one 1/2 ton truck and one 7
  passengers van for support activities, a wheel
  alignment machine, a portable vehicle lift system and
8 associated capital maintenance items.
  Funds awarded to invest in public transportation.             $1,960,794   6/22/2009    $1,888,146    $1,960,794
  ARRA funding to purchase 8 buses and 7 vans.
  These funds will be used to purchase new gasoline
  powered vehicles. This includes (8) 16-19 passenger
  minibuses, lift equipped and (7) eight passenger lift
  equipped vans. Five of the mini-buses will be
  replacement vehicles and three will be utilized for
  expanding fixed route fleet. Five vans will be replacing
1 existing vehicles and two vans will be utilized for           $1,291,347   7/10/2009     $766,305      $766,305

  To invest in public transportation that will provide long-
  term economic benefits and preserve and create jobs
  by constructing the Martha Station along the south
  corridor of the commuter rail line, refurbish a
  commuter rail locomotive, provide express bus service
  from Williamson County/Franklin and Nashville, and
5 expand the regional van pool program in the area.             $4,200,000    3/3/2010    $1,896,357    $1,896,357




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing four
  replacement transit buses, one accessible van for
1 people with disabilities, and support equipment.               $533,730    8/13/2009     $515,436      $530,436




  Invest in public transportation by designing and
  purchasing new LED light fixtures for its various
3 facilities. public transportation by purchasing new
  Invest in                                                      $650,000    3/30/2010      $12,249      $233,398
  demand response replacement vehicles; purchasing
  maintenance equipment and vehicle supplies,
  Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant vehicles for
  new service; purchasing communications equipment
  including Intelligent Transportation System technology,
  radio and phone; and improvements to transit and
  training facility which includes paving, security,
5 equipment and fencing.                                       $21,168,758   7/10/2009   $15,516,406   $15,516,407


  Invest in Public Transportation by Funding Energy
  Enhancements to Transit Center Project; a Transit
  Enhancement Project; a Transit Security Project;
  Magnolia Transit Facility Renovation Project;
  Preventive Vehicle Maintenance Work for Transit
2 Fleet.                                                        $5,811,349   8/20/2009    $5,122,834    $5,644,512
   purchase one transit bus, 2 paratransit vehicles, ADP
   hardware and software, relocation costs, construct
 8 adminstration bldg                                           $1,085,613   4/23/2010     $909,984      $909,984


     Invest in public transportation by using $310,000 for
     the purchase and installation of Intelligent
     Transportation System / Automatic Vehicle Locator
     equipment and software on the transit vehicles, and
     the purchase and installation of Americans with
 7   Disabilities Act compliant shelters in Memphis TN.
     Invest in public transportation in the Franklin,            $310,000    7/10/2009     $304,881      $304,881
     Urbanized Area by purchasing 35 buses and
     purchasing Information Technology including a
     replacement radio system, the purchase of a
     Computer-Aided Dispatch/Automatic Vehicle Locator
     system, Automatic Passenger Counters, Automatic
     Voice Annunciators, Automatic Vehicle Health
     Monitoring devices, Security Cameras and Customer
 9   Information Signs and Project Management.
     To invest in public transportation, environmental         $17,772,565   6/10/2009   $16,113,758   $16,230,638
     protection, and other infrastructure that will provide
     long-term economic benefits by purchasing hybrid, 60'
     articulated buses, low floor 40' low buses, installing
     fare equipment, signage, signal priority, shelters, and
     communication equipment to operate express bus
     service on Gallatin Road between Madison the the
     new Music City Central Stion with 10 minute peak
 5   Invest headways. The ability by purchasing 6 new
     period in public transportationto efficiently manage       $9,510,151    3/3/2010    $7,810,526    $7,810,526
     light duty buses, purchasing security equipment,
     rehabilitating two park and ride garages, purchasing
     support vehicles for operations and maintenance,
     purchasing a new bus washer and vacuum,
     purchasing a power generator for administration and
     maintenance, repaving administrative and
     maintenance areas, constructing additions to the
 3   administrative building, completing preventive             $4,672,108   6/10/2009    $3,076,671    $3,076,671




   Invest in Public Transportation by Funding
   This application is funded Transit Fleet.
 2 Replacement Vehicles for as follows: 2009 Transit             $365,954    8/30/2010         $625      $365,953
   Capital Assistance Grants Urbanized Area Funding
   Program. The City of Wichita Falls will invest in public
   transportation by applying $1,398,838 of its
   $1,770,192 allocation of 2009 American Recover and
   Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds for bus replacement.
   The City of Wichita Falls will purchase 4 each of the
   Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD), 500,000-mile, 35-foot,
13 low-floor buses that have an expected useful life of 12      $1,770,192   7/10/2009    $1,479,337    $1,479,337




   The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
   will invest in public transportation by purchasing
   buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus shelters,
   computer software and hardware, and renovating our
15 administration and maintenace facility                       $2,371,500   7/10/2009    $1,354,327    $1,359,780
   The City of Abilene will invest in public transportation
   by purchasing new low-floor and paratransit buses,
   purchasing a shop truck, installing a security system,
   and rehabilitation of current facilites and bus stops for
   the continued provision of public transportation with
19 our community.                                              $2,057,460   6/10/2009   $1,893,248   $1,981,494




   The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council
   will invest in public transportation by purchasing
   buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus shelters,
   computer software and hardware and renovating our
15 administration facilitypublic transportation will enable
   These investment in                                         $1,953,732   7/10/2009    $408,204     $408,986
   DCTA to offer service that is safer, more reliable, more
   environmentally friendly, and more accessible for
   people with disabilities. Bus Support Equipment and
   Facilities- Hardware acquisition to improve operational
   efficiencies for DCTA services, safety and security
   equipment. These improvements will also enhance
   availability of data for transit management and
24 planning; and enhance the passenger experience.             $4,143,011   7/31/2009   $3,238,028   $3,251,211




   ARRA 2009 - American Recovery Reinvestment Act
 2 2009
   The Brazos Transit District will invest in public           $1,163,500   7/17/2009    $204,533     $204,533
   transportation by building two Maintenance Facilities
   located in The Woodlands, Texas to keep the buses
   and water taxis in optimal running condition. The
   buses that will be maintained at the bus maintenance
   facility are used to provide general public
   transportation throughout Montgomery County. The
   water taxi maintenance facility will maintain the water
   The Greater East End in The Woodlands.
17 taxi operations locatedManagement District was              $1,679,525   9/10/2009   $1,346,136   $1,346,136
   awarded $5,000,000 in American Recovery and
   Renivestment Act funds to invest in public
   transportation through improvements to the pedestrian
   environment and accessibility to transit services on
   major corridors in the area. The project received a
   Letter of No Prejudice in August of 2009 from the
   Federal Transit Administration that targets streetscape
   The City of Arlington's corridors service for elderly
18 enhancements on key Handitranwithin the district.           $5,000,000   4/10/2010    $412,247     $412,247
   and disabled citizens will invest funds from this grant
   for the purpose of increasing public transportation
   opportunities by using ARRA grant funding to replace
   2 buses, additional preventative maintenance, mobile
   data terminals and additional contracted taxi service.
   $170,000 to purchase 2 additional replacement buses.
   FTA requires transit buses utilized by Handitran to be
   The North Central Texas mile threshold is reached.
 6 replaced when a 100,000Council of Governments and            $600,000     7/1/2009    $357,700     $373,487
   our four subrecipient transit agencies will make capital
   investments in public transportation by acquiring 42
   transit vehicles, software/hardware equipment, shop
   equipment, security/surveillance equipment, vehicle
   signage, constructing a vehicle storage facility,
   renovating a maintenance facility, and conducting
   project administration. These projects could not have
 6 been implemented without supplemental funding.              $5,378,360   7/14/2009   $2,962,400   $3,047,946
   The North Central Texas Council of Governments will
   invest in public transportation by implementing a 1.5
   mile street car line in downtown Dallas. The line will
   begin at Union Station, the location of a Dallas Area
   Rapid Transit (DART) Light Rail station and the
   terminus of the Trinity Railway Express (TRE)
   commuter rail station. The streetcar line will proceed
   over the Houston Street Bridge and terminate in Oak
 6 Cliff, Texas, near Methodist Hospital. DART currently        $23,000,000   12/27/2010           $0            $0




   Project administration,preventive maintenance
 3 activities, and capital projects Amarillo is to invest in
   The overall goal of the City of                                $992,990     7/10/2009     $794,757      $794,757
   public transportation in preventive maintenance for the
   Transit Department, and 10%for the paratransit
   program. In addition another 10% will go into
   operating. Since the ARRA grant has been awarded,
   the City has continued to use the preventive
   maintenance funds to retain positions in the Transit
   Department. These positions include the mechanics
13 and employees who clean and sanitize the buses on a           $3,574,296    8/26/2009    $2,519,499    $2,519,499




24 SOFTWARE,HARDWARE AND RADIOS
   The City of Round Rock will invest in public                   $192,500     7/10/2009      $39,924       $39,924
   transportation by constructing an Intermodal Transit
   and Parking Facility. The Intermodal Transit and
   Parking Facility will provide a safe connection between
   pedestrians, bicyclists, automobiles and transit
   vehicles, as well as provide public parking for visitors
   to southwest downtown Round Rock. The facility is
   located at 300 W. Bagdad, across from the Allen R.
31 Baca Senior and Community Activity Center and the
   The Texas Department of Transportation will invest in         $2,000,000     3/3/2010    $2,000,000    $2,000,000
   public transportation by using the funds from the
   American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
   (ARRA), enacted February 17, 2009 for the purchase
   of fleet vehicles/rolling stock and non fleet vehicles,
   the construction and reconstruction of transit facilities,
   and the purchase of information technology
   equipment. This grant uses 100% federal funds, and
   The purpose of this grant is to only. The Texas
25 will be used for capital projectsinvest in public            $32,819,910    5/20/2009   $29,696,309   $29,899,942
   transportation, including sytem improvements to
   existing light rail line. The grant will improve safety on
   the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County,
   Texas (METRO) Main Street Rail Line for passengers,
   operators, and the general public. This objective will
   be accomplished through three projects; converting
   manual track switches to automated track switches,
18 installation of a Bar Signal Overrun System that will         $2,308,667    7/10/2009    $1,904,017    $1,904,018


   The Gulf Coast Center Invests in public transportation
   by constructing shelters in the southern Brazoria
   County transit service area and supporting three years
   facility lease; The Gulf Coast Center has already
   provided public transportaion services in southern
14 Brazoria area.                                                 $371,160     9/10/2009     $160,634      $160,634
     Austin's Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority;
     located at 2910 East 5th Street Austin Texas 78702,
     will invest in public transportation by providing
     complementary American with Disabilities Act
     paratransit service and purchasing new forty and thirty-
     five foot ultra-low sulfur diesel replacement buses,
     including installation of camera surveillance and
     security systems for enhanced safety. Amendment-
25   01: Invest in public transportation by providing              $26,107,448    3/3/2010   $24,251,383   $24,278,439
     The VIA Metropolitan Transit in San Antonio, will
     invest in public transportation through the acquisition
     of hybrid-electric buses, Compressed Natural Gas
     (CNG) buses, an Electric bus, an auto-notification
     system to assist paratransit riders, an upgraded
     farebox collection system, additional parking spaces at
     overcrowded transit centers and service area
20   amenities to include new shelters, kiosks and signage.        $31,234,746   7/24/2009   $21,274,020   $21,274,020
     The Brazos Transit District will invest in public
     transportation by building a multimodal transit terminal
     with a parking garage. These funds will partially
     finance the construction cost of the terminal/garage
     located in the City of Bryan, Texas. The facility is a
     three story brick building that will have retail space,
     office space, a transit terminal, and a parking garage
17   that will accommodate 900 automobiles.
     Federal Transit Administration Grant TX-96-X023:               $2,793,817   8/13/2009    $2,793,817    $2,793,817
     Projects and the costs associated with them include
     the following: Preventive Maintenance, $12,008,975;
     purchase of eight Compressed Natural Gas (CNG)
     fueled articulated buses, $6,400,000; installation of a
     powered rail switch at The Ts Intermodal
     Transportation Center (ITC), $750,000; bus parking lot
     improvements, $440,000 (Engineering/Design and
26   Construction); maintenance facility public
     The City of Beaumont will invest in upgrades to               $20,148,975   7/10/2009   $18,995,605   $18,995,605
     transportation by purchasing 8 diesel cutaway
     paratransit buses, initial stockage of parts for new
     compressed natural gas powered buses, new
     passenger bus shelters, a portable rotary lift system
     for maintenance shop, electronic fareboxes, service
     support vehicles, bus washer system, emergency
     generator, renovations and repairs to transit
2    administrative facility, modify in publicshop facility, and
     The City of Laredo will invest existing transportation         $2,362,469   7/10/2009    $1,438,516    $1,623,562
     by acquiring six(6)35 foot and six (6) 40 foot diesel
     buses. These buses will be replacing twelve buses
     from our current fleet. A purchase order has been
     generated and the buses will be assembled in the
     Spring of 2011. In addition, the City of Laredo will be
     utilizing ten percent of the total ARRA grant to offset
     bus operating expenditures. Local and state revenues
28   Corpus Christi Regional two years resulting in a
     have declined in the last Transportation Authority             $4,757,091    4/1/2009     $475,709      $475,709
     utilized the ARRA funding for the purchase of 5 new
     buses, Automatic fare collection hardware which was
     a Sole Source contract to Gen Fare, Inc. for the
     purchase of 38 fare boxes for the fixed route buses to
     upgrade our current fare collection system, and a city
     wide upgrade of approximately 266 American
     Disabilities Act (ADA) bus stop improvements to bus
27   shelters. The 5 buses included 2-40ft buses and 3-             $6,326,792   6/30/2009    $4,695,020    $4,695,020

  The Harris County Improvement District One will
  invest in public transportation and use $5,000,000 for
  improving bus transit accessibility within the Uptown
  Houston District. The project includes Liveable
  Communities Initiative (LCI) pedestrian-transit access
  streetscape improvements such as sidewalks, ADA
7 ramps, landscaping and pedestrian scale lighting.                 $5,000,000   3/30/2010           $0     $2,491,834
   The City of El Paso will use Recovery Act funds to
   improve the transit system in the El Paso area by
   constructing two transit terminals and approximately
   200 bus shelters. The two transit terminals funded by
   Recovery Act funds are the Westside Transit Terminal
   and the Glory Road Transit Terminal. All three
   projects were designed and advertised in early 2009.
   The Westside Transit Terminal project consists of the
   $922,000 is of a transfer provide new fixed route
16 construction being used toterminal facility including bus   $15,092,084   8/20/2009   $12,348,214   $12,655,411
   service in Baytown, purchase and erect up to 30
   covered bus passenger shelters, purchase bus stop
   signs and additional transit schedule brochures and
   purchase of an electronic fare card system. The new
   service will give transit dependent and other residents
   of Baytown affected by the economic downturn the
   ability to use public transportation for job access,
   The Texas Department of education related invest
18 social services, health andTransportation will needs.in       $922,000     8/1/2009     $241,171      $262,484
   public transportation by using $7,588,110.00 from the
   American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) for
   intercity bus projects as required by 49 U.S.C. 5311(f).
   One hundred percent of the funds are federal funds.
   This grant includes the purchase of fleet
   vehicles/rolling stock and the construction and
   reconstruction of transit facilities. The Texas
25 Department of Transportation will not use any funds          $7,588,110   7/24/2009    $3,925,757    $3,943,231

   Fort Bend County will invest in Public Transportation
   by purchasing both new and replacement vehicles as
   well as purchasing and installing Intelligent
   Transportation Systems technology on vehicles. Fort
   Bend County will also construct a new Park & Ride
   facility at Highway 36 in Rosenberg, Texas to improve
22 tranportation services.                                      $2,732,816   7/20/2009    $1,012,095    $1,012,095




   The Gulf Coast Center invests in public transportation
   by constructing UTMB Victory Lake Park and Ride
   Facility at League City and constructing bus shelters in
14 Texas City/La Marque urbanized area                          $2,624,676   8/20/2009    $1,285,746    $1,285,746

   The City of Waco will improve the transit fleet by
   purchasing one 35 foot low floor bus, sixteen Type III
   cutaway vehicles, and ten American Disability Act
   accessible mini vans. Funds from this grant will also
   help with the preventive maintenance, the acquisition
   of scheduling software, and the acquisition of Mobile
17 Data Terminals.                                              $2,909,998   8/20/2009    $2,909,998    $2,909,998




   VIA Metropolitan Transit of San Antonio will invest in
   public transportation by purchasing three electric
   buses. These vehicles will replace three conventional
   diesel buses. This grant will also fund the necessary
   The City of Galveston to invest the $875,182 in
20 infrastructure required willrecharge these vehicles.         $5,000,000    3/3/2010     $186,482      $186,482
   public transportation by renovation and restructuring of
   the Island Transit Bus Maintenance Facility in
   Galveston, TX. In addition the City will invest $700,000
   investing in the purchase of two 35-ft Low Floor
   Buses. Island Transit operates a Bus vehicle
   maintenance facility on Market Street that has been in
   service since 1981 and provides service for all buses.
14 The facility has experienced deferred maintenance.           $1,575,182   7/24/2009     $851,582      $875,833
   The Harris Country Metropolitan Transit Authorty will
   invest in public transportation in the Houston area.
   This objective will be accomplished through three
   projects, acquisition of 19 Light Rail Vehicles to
   expand service on Houston METRO?s Main Street
   Rail Line, partial funding for design, construction,
   construction management & project management to
   convert existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes
   The Golden Crescent Regional Planning acquisition
18 to High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes; andCommission/             $87,246,910   7/10/2009   $32,981,290   $33,122,163
   will invest in public transportation in the city of Victoria
   by replacing nine old unreliable vehicles with fuel
   efficient accessible vehicles. We will also improve our
   system safety by purchasing surveillance cameras for
   our buses. Improvements for our fixed route bus stop
   locations will include purchasing trash cans, covered
   shelters and benches. The purchase of new hardware
14 and software will improve scheduling and dispatching             $913,309    9/28/2009     $913,309      $913,309


     The City of Port Arthur Transit will be investing in
     renovations to the Transit Servie Center that we may
     prolong the use of our building and adding an
     Administration Building that will be better accessible
     for our community; especially our American Disabilty
 2   Act clients. Kirby Management District was awarded
     The Upper                                                     $1,159,928    3/3/2010           $0            $0
     $5,000,000 in American Recovery and Reinvestment
     funds to invest in public transportation through
     enhancing the pedestrian environment and
     accessibility to transit services on major corridors in
     the area. The project received a Letter of No
     Prejudice in August of 2009 from the Federal Transit
     Administration that targets streetscape enhancements
 7   The City of Tyler will invest in district. These corridors
     on 13 key corridors within the public transportation by       $5,000,000   4/10/2010    $1,364,436    $1,364,436
     purchasing 5 buses to replace the agency's aging
     fleet; add Transit infrastructure to fixed route system to
     improve rider comfort and security; improve parking lot
     security at the transit office site by adding fencing,
     lights and security cameras; make historic brick
     sidewalk and streets at the transit office accessible;
     and correct drainage issues at the transit office site to
 1   prevent flooding. Transit District will invest in public
     The Concho Valley                                             $1,744,631    7/1/2009     $266,792      $266,792
     transportatin by constructing the Concho Valley
     Multimodal Terminal. ARRA funds will be used to
     construct a multimodal transit terminal for the City of
     San Angelo and the 11-county Concho Valley region
     at the intersection of Chadbourne St and Houston
     Harte Highway. The terminal will support the
     operations of a consolidated urban and rural transit
11   district for the City of San Angelo and the will invest in
     The Texas Department of Transportation Concho                 $1,572,211    5/1/2009     $332,926      $340,547
     public transportation by using the funds from the
     American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009
     (ARRA), enacted February 17, 2009 for the purchase
     of fleet vehicles/rolling stock and non fleet vehicles,
     the construction and reconstruction of transit facilities,
     and the purchase of information technology
     equipment. This grant uses 100% federal funds, and
25   will be used for capital projects only. The Texas            $10,179,382   9/28/2009    $8,126,437    $8,242,565




   These funds will be used to construct and transfer
   station and new administration offices for Texarkana
   Urban Transit District. Some of the ARRA fundng will
 4 be used for new equipment at the transfer station.              $1,080,586   7/14/2009     $929,961      $929,961
   To invest in public transportation by purchasing new
   buses, performing Preventative Maintenance on
   buses, maintenance of rail right of ways, facilities and
   rail vehicles, Transit Enhancements such as Bus and
   Rail Shelters, bike racks and other passenger
   amenities. Security and surveillance equipment to
   protect the riding public and protect UTA. To construct
   and renovate an additional Light Rail Yard and Shop
 2 Facility.                                                    $48,333,398   6/25/2009   $47,229,823   $47,753,647




   ARRA CONS transit facility and replacement
   paratransit vehicles. The administration building is a
   5900 sq. foot administration and operations facility. It
   will house the drivers facilities, dispatch facilities and
 2 the administration offices.                                   $1,109,223   6/25/2009     $961,221     $1,069,342


   This Federal Transit Administration award will be used
   to invest in public transportation for five small
   urban/rural public transportation providers. Capital only
   projects including facilities, vehicles, passenger
   shelters, communication equipment, surveillance
 3 systems and dispatch equipment will be funded.                $7,253,443   7/10/2009    $5,204,360    $6,351,293




   Invest in public transportation to rehabilitate Danville
   Transit's Administrative Maintenance Facility. The
   grant award also provides funding to acquire two
   buses and for passenger amenities including bus
 5 shelters and benches.                                          $899,042    1/29/2010     $899,042      $899,042

   Capital grant to fund completion of new multi-modal
   center, purchase 2 para-transit buses, purchase
   furniture/equipment for the new center, purchase
   vehicle locator system, communication system, signs,
   emergency generator, floor jacks in service garage
   and to enhance bus stop location in the Petersburg
 4 Area.                                                         $1,383,777   1/27/2010     $633,010      $633,010




   Invest in public transportation by providing new hybrid
   busses and installing intelligent transportation systems
 5 technology.                                                   $3,661,563   7/24/2009    $1,656,942    $1,656,942
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing para-
   transit scheduling software, 2 new computers and 1
   new server to support para-transit scheduling
   software, wireless security cameras for new bus
   facility built in FY09, new bus stop signs with route
   maps and route information for all fixed-route bus
   stops and stop announcement system for fixed-route
10 buses . of Harrisonburg intends to use these FY2009
   The City                                                       $150,000    7/13/2009      $11,300       $11,300
   American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
   Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula funds to invest
   in public transportation by aiding in operating
   assistance, security cameras for existing fleet,
   upgrade fueling system, purchasing biodiesel buses,
   maintenance on existing buses, passenger bus
   shelters and installing intelligent transportations
 6 systems technology on buses.                                  $1,812,963   8/14/2009     $154,933      $154,933
   Arlington was awarded $1.32 million in federal highway
   aid funding through the American Recovery and
   Reinvestment Act. Arlington will use this funding to
   invest in public transportation, specifically for the
   purchase of buses fueled by compressed natural gas,
   Invest in source of energy than purchasing seven
 8 a cleanerpublic transportation byother sources.              $1,320,000    5/3/2010           $0            $0
   new replacement 40' hybrid buses, two hybrid spare
   parts pkgs., various shop equipment(such as tooling
   equipment) for hybrid buses, ITS hardware upgrades
   for data storage and data export for federal & state
   reporting requirements, ten upgraded computer
   system, software for managing on-board annuciators
   for fleet, communication equipment upgrades to meet
 9 federal band width requirements to accommodate               $4,695,412   8/14/2009    $4,285,331    $4,457,079




     Arlington was awarded $1.5 million in discretionary
     funding through the Transit Investments for
     Greenhouse Gas and Emissions Reductions Program.
     Arlington will use this funding for the purchase of CNG
 8   buses.
     This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit        $1,500,000   3/30/2010           $0            $0
     Capital Assistance Grants - Urbanized Area Funding
     Program. This grant utilizes the 2009 ARRA Formula
     allocation for Bristol, VA of $106,260 to the purchase
     of one replacement bus, a support vehicle, radio
     equipment, office computers, and operating
     assistance for use by Bristol Virginia Transit. This
     grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of
 9   $51,000 to bus be used to invest in public
     This award will replacement. We will purchase one           $106,260     3/4/2010      $25,483       $25,483
     transportation and support the capital needs of
     Virginia's rural transit systems. The following
     replacement vehicles will be purchased to replace
     vehicles that have met their useful life of 4 years or
     100,000 miles; These new vans will meet the Clean
     Air Act standards and the Americans with Disabilities
     Act requirements: 1. Mountain Empire Older Citizens
 3   will purchase 5 non-certified drivers license              $5,690,415   1/27/2010    $5,478,130    $5,478,130
     'Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
     demand response buses, installing intelligent
     transportation systems technology on vehicles,
     replacing inventory bins, purchasing portable lifts for
     buses, upgrading the company's fuel tracking system,
     purchasing five additional safes, building
     improvements to the company's transfer center and
 6   support for FY 10 operating expenses.'                     $1,588,822    3/3/2010     $750,264      $750,264




   Surface Transportation Program Funds to assist in the
 3 completion of the Norfolk Light Rail Transit project.       $10,000,000   8/31/2010    $9,450,987    $9,523,797




   Invest in public transportation by purchasing two
   locomotives, two buses, preforming preventive
   maintenance on existing buses and installing transit
   amentities such as bus shelters, bus-stop signage and
11 information.                                                $13,694,262   8/14/2009   $13,541,159   $13,541,159
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing 7 new
   hybird-electric buses, 2 support vehicles for
   supervisory personel, GPS-based automatic vehicle
   location and computer aided dispatching hardware and
   software, shop equipment (a tire changer, the
   purchase of 20 bus stop shelters, 16 replacement bus
   stop benches made of recycled materials,replacement
   of four personal computers purchased in 2004;
 6 purchase four new personal computers (two for the          $5,527,401   8/14/2009    $4,677,272    $4,677,272

   ARRA funding will allow Williamsburg Area Transit
   Authority (WATA) to purchase new software and
   equipment to improve operating efficiencies. This will
   be for (Automobile Vehicle Locator and Global
   Positioning System) AVL/GPS equipment for its fleet,
   which includes the equipment, software, installation,
 1 training, and support.                                      $350,000     3/9/2010           $0            $0




   To invest in public transportation by purchasing 8 40-
   foot low floor transit buses to replace vehicles that
 3 have reached the end of their useful service life.         $3,120,000   8/31/2010           $0            $0

   To invest in public transportation through projects
   including environmental work associated with a bus
   transfer center, paratransit transportation service,
   project administration, replacement of paratransit
   vehicles and transit buses, preventive maintenance
   activities, replacement of bus stop signs, and the
 3 purchase of a mobile surveillance camera system.
   ARRA funding will allow Williamsburg Area Transit         $12,453,995   8/14/2009   $11,444,261   $11,444,261
   Authority (WATA) to replace three buses that have
   reached their life expectancy as well as add bus
   shelters that are in demand. Also, as part of the
   funding WATA will purchase new software and
   upgrades to improve operating efficiencies. Funding
   will also continue to support the preventative
   maintenance needs on WATA fleet, thus reducing the
 1 number of route disruptions due to bus mechanical
   This award will be used to invest in public                $1,259,175   7/14/2009     $699,927      $699,927
   transportation and support the capital needs of
   Virginia's rural transit systems. The following
   replacement vehicles will be purchased to replace
   vehicles that have met their useful life of 4 years or
   100,000 miles: 1. Four County Transit will purchase
   six 12-passenger, two 14-passenger, three 16-
   passenger, and tow 25-passenger Body-On-Chassis
 3 vans. 2. District Three Public Transit will purchase       $4,940,400    3/3/2010    $3,571,516    $3,571,516




   Invest in public transportation through construction of
   a new SS Maintenance Facility; maintaining EMS
   compliance; purchase of additional equipment and
 3 software; and various transfer center upgrades.           $24,096,312   8/20/2009   $20,879,843   $21,463,493

   Due to the ARRA, the TEAM-WEB application will
   have to undergo system modifications as identified
   and defined by FTA, then approved via Work
   Authorization. The newest amendment adds $200,000
   (3/23/2011) in possible additional funding to the
   original $60,000 award and subsequent $420,000
11 modification for total ARRA funding of $680,000             $680,000     8/5/2010     $217,656
   Booz Allen Hamilton shall deliver up to 90 ARRA
   Project Implementation Reviews in accordance with
   OP No. 61 - ARRA Project Implementation Review.
   BAH shall provide project management oversight
   services for FTA to the extent that the PMO contractor
 8 has no conflict of interest.                             $1,820,000    12/1/2010   $129,592




   Conducting State Management Reviews of tribal
   transit and rural grantees and conducting ARRA
   training workshops. This work will be conducted out of
   our Northern Virginia office. On-site work will be
 8 conducted throughout the United States.
   ARRA Oversight Program Support The Contractor            $1,663,000     5/5/2010   $690,376
   may be required to attend FTA's Annual Oversight
   Meeting at a selected location in Washington, DC.
   The Contractor may be asked to present information
   during the Oversight Meeting as well as participate in
   panel discussions and breakout sessions. The
   Contractor may need to prepare briefings,
   presentations, etc., which reflect a suitable level of
11 understanding based on the Contractor's experience        $197,100     8/13/2009   $148,899




   ARRA funding for the Triennial Review Program to
   conduct workshops and reviews of grantees receiving
   ARRA funds. The work is headquartered out of
   Arlington, VA. On-site work will be conducted
 8 throughout the U.S.                                       $171,518     8/13/2009   $145,865




   Perform Procurement System Reviews on FTA grant
11 recipients.                                                $93,600     8/12/2009    $82,606




   ARRA funding for Triennial Review program to
   conduct workshops and reviews of grantees receiving
   ARRA funds. The work is headquartered out of
   Arlington, VA. On-site work will be conducted
 8 throughout the U.S.                                       $904,650    11/15/2010   $196,439




   Perform Procurement System Reviews on FTA grant
11 recipients.                                               $299,953     1/14/2011        $0




   Provide contractor financial management oversight
   assistance to FTA for ARRA related activities of FTA
 8 grantees.                                                 $242,711      2/4/2011    $40,750
   To conduct ARRA related work on FMO full-scope
   reviews, follow-ups, cost allocation plans, financial
   capacity and capability assessments, agreed-upon
 8 procedures, and special assignments                          $1,350,000   4/11/2011           $0

   Contract emerging FTA changes now funded through
   an ARRA funding source, but managed separately for
   different contract work. Do to the change in funding
   source, ARRA reporting requirements against this
   work are believed to be required (Note: if a combined
   report is preferred for other ARRA funding under the
   The funding from can be done alternatively).
11 same contrat, thisthis grant will be used to rehabilitate    $1,155,317   3/22/2011      $44,632
   and reconstruct sixty-three (63) bus shelters and
   install approximately 500-600 bus signage
   territorywide to enhance the public transit system. Of
   the 63 shelters rehabilitated and reconstructed territory
   wide, there will be three sizes. These sizes will take
   into consideration the available space. These bus
   shelters will be made of masonry and will have gable
98 roof designs. Based on engineer's estimate, which
   This grant will enable nine providers (Addison County        $1,284,112   6/10/2009    $1,020,154    $1,020,154
   Transit Resources, Advance Transit, Inc., Chittenden
   County Transportation Authority, Connecticut River
   Transit, Inc., Deerfield Valley Transit Association,
   Green Mountain Community Network, Inc., Marble
   Valley Regional Transit District, Rural Community
   Transportation and Stagecoach Transportation) to
   purchase a total of 29 replacement buses for service
 0 in rural areas throughout the state. The replacement         $3,926,923   6/10/2009    $3,848,268    $3,848,268


   Construct Univeristy Link light rail segment, Mountlake
   Terrace Freeway Station, M Street (Tacoma) to
   Lakewood Commuter Rail track and signal work, and
   design and construct a permanent Tukwila Commuter
   Rail Station and purchase approx five clean fuel buses
 7 for regional express bus service expansion. a
   Invest in public transportation by purchasing               $23,061,105   5/20/2009   $20,753,328   $20,753,328
   maintenance barge to support passenger-only ferry
   operations. The barge will be used for daily and light
   maintenance on the County's ferry fleet as-well-as
   overnight moorage for up to 4 vessels. The barge will
   be outfitted with modular trailers for an office and
   small shop spaces, shipping container for storage, and
   mooring fittings. The barge will be used to support
 7 vessels operating the West Seattle Water Taxi and the        $1,314,011   8/20/2009           $0            $0




   Invest in public transportation by paying the
   incremental cost for the hybrid technology on 15
 2 hybrid electric replacement buses.                           $3,000,000    3/4/2010    $3,000,000    $3,000,000


   Funding will be used to support the acquisition of
   capital assets; including one 38-passenger mass
   transit vehicle (bus), a 15-passenger bus, and a new
   dispatch communications system. Transit services will
   be delivered in both Spokane and Pend Oreille
 5 counties, Washington.                                         $335,600     6/7/2010     $255,442      $256,193
  Invest in public transportation by expanding the Kitsap
  Transit Main Base bus storage area, building an
  automated, self-contained bus washing facility and
  light maintenance/fueling facility and upgrading the
  dispatch center and driver area, purchasing 75 vans to
  replace aging vanpool fleet and purchasing a small
  (800-100 passenger) Passenger-Only vessel to be
  used as a spare boat for a regular, daily water transit
6 route.
  This grant has enabled Link to replace and upgrade         $2,861,382    6/19/2009    $2,336,859    $2,336,859
  the following projects: • one parts deliver truck •
  two one-ton plow trucks, • shop lighting • wash
  bay bus lift • upgrade Link's integrated software
  system, Fleetnet, from the current DOS version to the
  new Windows based version • replace three 24
  foot, 1995 cut a ways with three new 29 foot buses
  • repaint Columbia Station, Link's
4 intermodel/transfer center.
  Invest in public transportation by paying for the          $1,019,843    6/19/2009     $956,677      $956,677
  purchase of 66 40ft low floor hybrid electric
  replacement buses, and conduct preventive
  maintenance and provide operating assistance on all
  existing buses operated in the King County Region.
  The initial stage of the manufacturing of the 40ft low
  floor hybrid buses takes place in Mississauga, Ontario,
  Canada. The bus shells are then shipped by trailer to
7 the Daimler Buses North America US finishing plant in     $70,940,537    5/21/2009   $62,645,612   $62,645,612




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing and
  installation of 12 New Bus Shelters. The Bus Shelters
  will be installed along the Yakama Nation Tribal
4 Transit Bus Route.                                          $112,000    12/11/2009      $82,609       $82,609




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing six new
5 vans for an employee and student vanpool program.           $255,000     4/13/2010     $214,837      $214,838

  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 10 new
  hybrid-electric buses, 13 new diesel buses and four
  new articulated buses, purchase and install new
  security surveillance system, improve transit amenities
  (install bus shelters,signage, lighting, pedestrian
  walkways, and ADA Access), and perform preventive
5 maintenance on existing buses and equipment.              $10,584,251    6/25/2009   $10,504,057   $10,511,427




  Purchase 12 Replacement Double Deck Buses;
  Preventive Maintenance on buses and facilities
  performed by in-house staff; and General Operating
2 assistance for Fixed Route Service.                       $14,134,459    5/20/2009   $10,867,512   $10,867,512




  Invest in Public Transportation by rehabilitating the
  existing upper park & ride lot of the Mountlake Terrace
  Transit Center to include resurfacing, landscape,
2 lighting and stormwater drainage.                           $425,000      8/5/2009     $399,992      $399,992
  TIGGER Grant This TIGGER grant was awarded for:
  • Replacement of five (5) diesel powered trolleys
  with five (5) electric powered trolleys, • two (2) fast
  charging stations • one (1) slow overnight charging
  station. • schedule for completion was August
  2010, moved to July 2011 • one project manager
4 • electrical infrastructure for charging stations
  This project funds the following facility                       $2,925,000    2/4/2010    $1,839,896    $1,839,896
  upgrades/improvements: -Lighting Upgrades for C-
  TRAN's Administration and Miantenance Buildings -
  Mechanical Upgrades for Administration Building
  HVAC system -Mechanical Upgrades for Maintenance
  Building -HVAC DDC Controls Upgrade for
  Administration, Maintenance, 99th Street Transit
  Center, Fisher's Landing Transit Center, Salmon
  Invest in nonurban and Evergreen Park & Ride -
3 Creek Park & Ride,and intercity public transportation           $1,500,000    3/2/2010    $1,274,815    $1,447,997
  programs by purchasing new buses, enhancing a
  transit station, constructing a maintenance/operation
  facility, purchasing and installing bus shelters and
  communications/security equipment. The grant
  provides for the purchase/construction of: •
  Separate transit maintenance and operation facilities
  and a covered bus parking area; • The partial
3 funding and completion of a transit station with an            $14,297,473   6/25/2009   $10,023,181   $12,372,412


    'Invest in public transportation of Longview/Kelso,
    Washington for the benefit of the citizens within the
    Public Transportation Benefit Area by purchasing a
    new 35' hybrid transit coach, three paratransit
    vehicles, one staff vehicle, replace the roof on the bus
3   garagein public transportation by paying for the
    Invest and install GPS system on all transit vehicles.'       $1,129,826   7/10/2009     $337,937      $337,937
    purchase of 2 40ft low floor hybrid electric replacement
    buses. The initial stage of the manufacturing of the
    40ft low floor hybrid buses takes place in Mississauga,
    Ontario, Canada. The bus shells are then shipped by
    trailer to the Daimler Buses North America US
    finishing plant in Oriskany, New York for completion of
    the manufacturing process and final assembly. The
7   Daimler Buses North America through the following
    Invest in public transportation buses will meet the Buy       $1,047,041    8/5/2010           $0            $0
    objectives…. 1. Fleet Maintenance and Vehicle
    Replacement & Expansion 2. Maintenance Facility
    Expansion and Upgrade 3. Radio/Data Coverage
    Upgrade (Includes the transition to cellular service for
    Paratransit fleet) 4. Upgrade Customer Service Phone
    System 5. Expand Security Surveillance System to
    Salmon Creek Park & Ride 6. Pour ADA enhanced,
3   concrete bus pads (Transit Enhancement Funds) 7.
     09 ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act)             $5,787,908   7/10/2009    $5,463,238    $5,584,051
    5307 Skagit Station Rehabilitation and 2 Park and
    Rides - These three projects invest in public
    transportation by constructing and rehabilitating
    transportation infrastructure facilities to support public
    transportation use in Skagit County, Washington. This
    grant funds three projects: 1. South Mount Vernon
    Park and Ride in Skagit County, Washington - To
2   invest in public transportation the ARRA funds will            $841,295    7/31/2009     $815,074      $815,074

  This project will invest in public transportation. Funds
  will be used as follows: performing preventive
  maintenance on vehicles and facilities, acquisition and
  installation of a replacement compressed natural gas
  (CNG) compressor, filter and back-up power
  equipment, and replacement of nine buses CNG
6 buses with new diesel-electric hybrid buses.                   $11,371,075   6/23/2009   $11,214,177   $11,264,550
  Invest in public transportation by performing preventive
  maintenance on existing buses, and installing
  intelligent transportation system technology on
  vehicles.This grant is funded for $1,312,285 in ARRA
  5307 funds. $862,285 is for preventive maintenance of
  the Everett Transit vehicle fleet which includes all
  federally mandated service schedules. The balance of
  the request is for $450,000 for the purchase and
2 installation of about 73 Transit Stop Enunciators on        $1,312,285   6/25/2009   $1,312,285   $1,312,285




  Purchase of 4 29 foot transit buses. The transit buses
  are being purchased from Harlows Bus Sales through
  the State of Washington Contract number 6209-
6 Public Transportation Vehicles.                              $398,000    3/19/2010    $398,000     $398,000


  This is Section 5309 Fixed Guideway funding for
  vessel preservation and terminal preservation.
  Preservation work on four vessels has been
  completed with these funds. Preservation work on
  the terminals included seismic retrofit work at the
3 Seattle, Edmonds, Vashon and Bainbridge terminals.          $6,699,276   6/19/2009   $6,434,228   $6,434,228

  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 6 - less
  than 30ft ADA minibuses, 3 - ADA minivans, 3 - taxi
  sedans, Routematch automatic vehicle locators /
  mobile data computers, and Routematch vehicle
  licensing. These items will aid in the aging fleet of
  vehicles and increase efficiency of the Washington
5 County's Shared Ride Taxi Services.                          $779,603    8/20/2009    $409,535     $409,535




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean-
7 diesel transit buses.                                       $1,800,000   8/23/2009          $0           $0

  This American Reinvestment and Recovery Act
  sponsored grant will invest in public transportation in
  rural and non-urban areas by purchasing new vehicles
  for more efficient and effective transit operations and
  support, upgrade various technological systems, and
  invest in new administrative and maintenance facilities
2 for transit providers. 2009 ARRA funds (Section
  This grant applies the                                     $20,130,095   8/21/2009   $8,517,610   $8,939,743
  5307) in the total amount of $2,900,000. This
  represents the whole allocation of ARRA funds
  granted to the City of Green Bay. These funds are
  being used to invest in public transportation by
  performing the following projects: 1. 35-foot Heavy-
  duty Buses – The City of Green Bay has requested
  $1,440,000 in funding for 4 heavy-duty buses to
8 replace buses manufactured in 1982. We will                 $2,900,000   8/21/2009   $2,455,296   $2,455,296




  Invest in Public Transportation by replaceing the
  lighting in the City of Madison (Metro
  Transit)Maintenance Facility and Bus storage garage,
  by using TIGGER funding. This project will reduce
2 greenhouse gas and energy consumption.                       $150,000     3/3/2010    $150,000     $150,000
  1. 35'ft Replacement Buses - City of Racine has
  requested $1,860,000 in funding for 5 Diesel 35' buses
  to replace buses manufactured in 1997. We will
  purchase 5 35' buses that have an expected useful life
  of 12 years. The vehicles being replaced have met
  their useful life of 12 years. A Federal ratio of 100/0
  will apply. These buses will meet the Clean Air Act
  standards (CAA) and the Americans with Disabilities
1 Act (ADA) requirements. The fleet status section of         $2,540,000   8/21/2009    $2,339,583    $2,379,507




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
3 medium duty hybrid bus and bus shelter signage.               $92,700    8/21/2009      $51,835       $51,835


  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 new
  replacement buses, security cameras, 2 bobcats, a
  radio tower & repeater, steel wheels for the streetcars,
  2 plow trucks, a water stripper system for the
  buswash, roof snowguards for the Transit building, bus
1 radios, and a wheel lathe for the steel wheels.             $2,467,500   7/10/2009    $2,345,817    $2,460,271

  This grant will be used to invest in public
  transportation. Activities funded by this grant include
  three less than 30' Hybrid 12 seat/2 wheelchair buses
  to enhance fixed route service, main office and
  maintenance garage roof replacement, fareboxes for
  30 buses, new route signage and bus shelters (one
8 repair and two new)                                         $1,477,900    8/4/2009     $970,757      $970,757




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing 45 low
  floor 40-foot diesel buses, replacement fareboxes, and
  a new vehicle annunciator system for the Milwaukee
4 County Transit System.
  Invest in public transportation by contracting for         $25,682,975   8/23/2009   $16,400,195   $16,400,195
  architecture and engineering services, environmental
  services and site preparation services for the design
  and construction of a new operations and
  maintenance facility for the Janesville (WI) Transit
  System. Purchase and equip a new shop service
  truck to replace an existing 18 year old vehicle.
  Purchase and install 12 bus passenger shelters to
1 replace and augment existing units which are 30 years       $1,658,000   8/21/2009     $189,336      $216,066




  ARRA 1<30ft Bus; 1 Truck & Capital. Invest in public
7 transportation.
  5 repl vans 6 station wagons, bus bike racks, bus            $200,000    6/17/2010     $148,461      $148,461
  shelter, surface bike racks, taxi mobile data
  computers, bus automated vehicle annunciators.
  Overall 9 taxis have been bought, 5 bus bike racks,
  mobile data computers for our fleet have taxis, one
  bus shelter has been installed, 6 surface bike racks
  have been installed, and are waiting installation. 82%
  of the $591,323 ARRA funds have been expended
5 (Nov. 3, 2010).                                              $591,323    7/17/2009     $488,622      $488,622
  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new
  medium duty hybrid bus, replace bus wash, purchase
  support vehicles, fare equipment and upgrade
3 communication system.                                        $1,127,000   8/21/2009    $779,403     $805,781




  Invest in the City's of Oshkosh's public transportation
6 system by purchasing new hybrid-electric buses.
  Invest in public transportation with the following           $2,129,877   6/11/2009   $2,129,877   $2,129,877
  projects: Enhancement; replace fareboxes; repave
  transit operations and maintenance facility employee
  parking lot; replace transit operations and
  maintenance facility roof; replace bus washer; add on-
  board surveillance cameras, 6 per bus for 15 buses;
  and 8 vans for Vanpool Program for Waukesha
  County. Amendment: Add purchase of service staff
5 vehicle, and automatic vehicle location servers.             $1,477,951   8/21/2009    $293,329     $293,329




  Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean
6 diesel buses and support vehicles.                           $2,060,000   8/21/2009   $1,964,172          $0


    Eau Claire Transit has recevied 5 new Gillig buses and
    have put them in to service, also we have succesfull
    recevied and implmeted new security cameras on
    board 14 of our buses and we have ordered a new
    shop truck for the mechanics and are expecting to
3   recevie the truck this August by purchasing up to
    Invest in Public Transportation                            $2,035,400    8/5/2009   $1,928,595   $1,928,595
    fourteen 40-foot Hybrid bus, with an expected useful
    life of twelve years. These buses will be funded
    partially by this grant and partially by Grant WI-56-
    0001. These buses will replace 40-foot diesel buses
    that have exceeded their useful life. Invest in Public
    Transportation by purchasing four low-floor 25-ft light-
    duty Paratransit buses with ramps that have an
2   INVEST life of 5 years. These buses will replace four
    expectedIN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY                        $9,502,302   6/25/2009   $9,195,997   $9,195,997
    PURCHASING 1 BUS AND 1 MANAGERS SUPPORT
    VEHICLE. PURCHASING AND CONSTRUCTING A
    METAL BUILDING TO HOUSE 2 BUSES.
    PURCHASE SECURITY CAMERAS FOR THE
    GARAGES AND SHELTERS, AND SOLAR LIGHTING
    FOR THE SHELTERS. PURCHASE OFFICE
    EQUIPMENT AND COMPUTERS TO ENHANCE
1   SERVICE OPERATIONS. PURCHASE TIRES AS
    The Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation                  $253,129     6/3/2009    $219,159     $219,159
    Authority intends to use these American Recovery and
    Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds for the purchase of
    two replacement 35-ft buses w/lifts, four replacement
    ADA vans w/lifts and one expansion ADA van w/lift,
    associated capital maintenance items, twenty bus
    shelters, three support vehicles, a radio system,
    miscellaneous communication equipment,
2   miscellaneous bus shelter equipment, miscellaneous         $2,970,523    7/9/2009   $2,462,136   $2,462,136
    Invest in public transportation by adding office space
    to meet increasing staffing requirements for expanded
    transit services which have occurred since the building
    was opened ten years ago. This expansion will also
    allow EPTA to add a training room and additional
    storage space. 3 replacement vehicles and 1
2   expansion vehicle will also be purchased.                  $1,000,000   6/25/2009   $1,000,000   $1,000,000
    Invest in public transportation by purchasing
    replacement and expansion vehicles, a
    communications system, passenger shelters, shop
    equipment for vehicle maintenance, repairing
    sidewalks and roof of a transit facility, building a new
    transit facility, covering operating expenses,
    performing preventive maintenance, and purchasing
2   tires.
    INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY                         $9,722,574   7/10/2009   $7,074,200   $7,074,200
    PURCHASING TWO REPLACEMENT 30 FOOT
    BUSES, TWO REPLACEMENT UNDER 30 FOOT
    BUSES, TWO SPARE TRANSMISSIONS, TWO
    REPLACEMENT VANS, TWO MANAGEMENT
    SUPPORT VEHICLES, 26 GPS UNITS AND
    EQUIPEMENT, 15 BUS SHELTERS, SURVEILANCE
    CAMERAS FOR THE BUILDING, REPLACEMENT
1   CONCRETE, Transit Authority in Huntington, West
    The Tri-State ONE RAIN WATER BASIN, THREE                  $1,422,755   6/25/2009   $1,407,841   $1,407,841
    Virginia, intends to utilize $1,510,771 in FY 2009
    American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
    Urbanized Area Formula funds for the following
    activities: TTA plans to install an emergency back-up
    generator. We cannot open and close our garage
    doors or our new electronic gates and other security
    accress systems without electricity. TTA's two-way
3   radio systems for the buses and the facility for the
    Build a six bay garage/maintenance Dial-A-Ride             $1,510,771   8/17/2009   $1,509,447   $1,509,447
    Campbell County Seniors through an agreement with
    Campbell County. Replace 5 buses, 2 of which will be
    hybrids, for Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit
    (START) operated by the Town of Jackson. Purchase
    4 replacement buses for Wind River Transportation
    Authority (WRTA). Purchase 2 route buses for
    Sweetwater Transit Authority Resources (STAR). Buy
0   6 buses and a hybrid support vehicle for the University
    Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new        $6,979,334   6/22/2009   $3,801,769   $3,801,769
    hybrid 16-passenger bus, a 12 passenger bus, three
    twenty-six (26) passenger buses, a 7 passenger
    support vehicle, installing security cameras on fixed-
    route buses, providing office equipment to assist in the
    dispatching of buses, providing bus benches, and
    reconstructing a public transit transfer plaza to
    increase access and mobility to and from the public
0   transit system.                                            $1,089,586   7/10/2009   $1,088,596   $1,088,596




  Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new
0 buses and by construction of bus stops.                      $1,231,479   5/20/2009   $1,226,056   $1,226,056
total_infrastruct project_nam
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                           Invest in public transportation through the construction of a
                           downtown transit center and parking garage in Juneau; the
                           development of a park-and-ride lot in the Matanuska-Susitna
                           Borough for commuters to Anchorage; the acquisition of 34 vans
                           and buses and 2 support vehicles for eight communities and
               Transit     organizations; and the installation of bus stops and bus shelters
               Capacity    in two communities. Almost all vehicles are purchased. Work is
                           Installation on bus stops cameras into the van tran vehicles is
    $5,573,957 Improvement proceeding of the securityand signage and the park-and-ride lot.
                           almost complete. The final vehicle will be finished in the next
                           quarter. VPSI continues actively marketing the van pool service
                           to large employer businesses in Fairbanks and has been
                           conducting meeting with interested parties. The Fairbanks North
               09 ARRA     Star Borough hired Clear View Strategies, a technical consulting
               5307 Vans   firm, in November to help with writing a technical Request for
               (4), P&R,   Proposal (RFP) for an upgrade to our Advanced Transportation
               ADA Fac,    Operating System. They visited Fairbanks to assess the
      $268,993 equip       Fairbanks Northmaterial orderedtransit system. Work has begun
                           All construction Star Borough's has since all been received. The
                           tribe has since drawn down funds from ECHO and have made
                           payments to vendors. In regards to the Airport Shelter project, the
                           tribe still does not have site control of the location at the Mountain
                           Village Airport;however, we have recently received all necessary
                           agency approvals and concurrences for our Building Permit
                           Application and have since submitted the Building Permit
               09 ARRA     Aplication to the AK-DOT Northern Region Aviation Leasing
       $24,646 TTP         Track The State Of Rail welding Northern Region Aviation
                           Office.Rehabilitation: Alaska DOT, for 2011 continues in
                           Birchwood and Healy. Fairbanks Passenger Track: Track work
                           is complete. Asphalt approaches will be completed in summer
                           2011. Nenana Engineering: All work to submit and request the
                           Flood Plain Permit to the City of Nenana has been completed. No
               FY09 ARRA additional work on hydrology analysis is anticipated. All work
               5307 Track complete. Passenger Safety Equipment: Collision Avoidance -
               Rehab, Ship Final Installation work for the nine Bungalows to house electronic
   $25,570,223 Creek       equipment for track signal systems has been delayed due to




                           The amount of $200,372.50 was paid to VPSI, Inc. for 5 vanpool
               09 ARRA     vehicles accepted in this reporting period. $596,000 In 2010
               5307 Buses  Operating assistance funded from thios grant was recorded in
               (5) : Vans  this reporting period. This expenditure provided funding for 7 full
                           time busReplacement 35-FT Buses. A total of four (5) 35 foot
                           Acquire drivers.
    $5,336,000 (15): Shelters
                           hybrid-electric buses have been delivered to Montgomery Area
                           Transit System to date. The first bus was delivered on July 8,
                           2011. The remaining 3 buses are estimated to be delivered on
                           July 15, 2011. Acquire Misc ITS Equipment: We are reviewing
                           specifications of equipment to determine the compatibility with
                           present hardware and software presently on transit vehicles. The
               AL-96-X003- RFP/IFB was issued on December 20, 2010. The contract was
    $1,296,193 00          awarded on February 28, 2011. The contract is estimated to be
           Purchase of    This grant has allowed the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit
           17             Authority to begin the administrative and soliciatation process to
           replacement    acquire 17 compressed natural gas buses and related diagnostic
           buses.         equipment and tools. This grant will also provide for the
           Rehabilitaion  rehabilitation of a maintenance garage and replacement of a
           of             buswash and vacuum cleaning system at the same location
           maintenance    within the next year. During this past quarter 11 more buses were
           garage.        completed of an order of 12 and delivered from North American
$5,391,138 Purchase of    All vehicles for Inc. This completes the purchase been order of
                          Bus Industries, the demand response service has of the delivered
                          and contract was completed as of June 7, 2011. Vehicles were
                          purchased from National Bus Sales & Leasing for a total cost of
                          $235,110. Remaining funds were utilized toward cost for
           ARRA - (10) installation of radios on the vehicles. A budget revision was
           Replacement approved to move funds from purchase of radios to acquisition of
           ; (2)          vehicles for expansion of service. On February 18, 2011 an order
           Expansion;     was placed with National Bus Sales for the purchase of five (5)
$4,090,571 equipment      2011 Ford E350 Cutaway from Goshen Coach @ $47,022.00
           (8) Vehicle
           Purchase,      This grant has allowed the transit agency to install all 50
           Support        passenger shelters that were received in previous quarters and
           Facilities and receive a SQL Server, ITS hardware/software, that will support
           Equipment, the upcoming Electronic Message Board and vehicle tracking. In
           Transit        addition this grant has allowed public transit to received three
           Enhancemen fixed route buses and three additional paratransit vehicles and
$1,766,282 t              one administrative vehicle.




                       Acquire Replacement 35-FT Hybrid Electric Buses Four buses
                       have been delivered to date. The first bus was delivered on July
           AL-77-0001- 8, 2011. The remaining 4 buses are estimated to be delivered by
        $0 00          7/8/11: 2011.
                       July 15,Through this reporting period grant funding has provided
                       the means for subrecipients to modernize and expand their
                       vehicle fleets with a total to date purchase of 34 buses.
                       Communciation capabilities were enhanced with off the shelf
                       purchase & installation of radios.Also acquired were GPS
                       wireless tracking systems, dispatching & scheduling software
                       with fees. ALDOT approved contractor selected. Contract signed
           AL-96-X007- 5/23/11. Site investigations & topographic survey & mapping
$2,898,542 01          were conducted in June, 2011. ***************************
                       7/7/11: Through this reporting period this grant allowed the
                       subrecipients to modernize and expand their vehicle fleets with
                       the purchase of 138 buses; improvement of communication
                       capabilities between subrecipient's drivers and dispatcher with off
                       the shelf purchse of radios; and useful life and performance of
                       subrecipient's fleet vehicles improved with preventive
                       maintenance services performed. ------------------------- Support
           AL-86-X001- Equipment and Facilities Construction- 36% used for computers,
$8,254,273 01          printers, software, shop equipment, paved parking lots, fences,




           Purchase
           paratrasint
$1,767,770 vehicles        This grant has began the replacement of the VIP vans.




           Purchase 4
$1,430,369 transit buses We had no procurements for this quarter.
             City of
             Gadsden
             Transit
          $0 Project        Continued purchase of computer hardware and software


            ARRA: Ferry
            Shelter;
            Handicapped     The Ferry Shelter, named 'Folau i Lagima,' project is now 100%
            Van; State      complete and was dedicated on October 20, 2010. The
            Administratio   Handicapped Van has been received and in service. This project
   $304,214 n               is fully complete. within this grant include the purchase of 4
                            Completed projects
                            demand response buses, purchase of 4 automatic electronic
                            defibrillators, replacement of maintenance building garage doors,
                            replacement of heaters for the maintenance shop, the purchase
                            and installation of a bus hoist, the purchase of mobile data
                            terminal/onboard computers, the purchase and installation of
                            security cameras on the buses, and the construction of a transfer
            Fort Smith      station. Uncompleted projects are as follows: (1) Renovation of
   $563,950 Transit         the administrative and maintenance facilities. Construction will


                         Entered into contract with Gillig Corporation on 2-24-2010.
                         Completed piggyback arrangement with Brownsville,TX.
                         reviewing option on bids. Expect to place order week of 1-25-
             Purchase 3 2010. Received assignment of unit numbers from Gillig 12-2010.
             replacement Completed pre-engineering meeting 3-2011. Scheduled delivery
          $0 buses       date 9-14-2011.

            Purchase 3
            buses,
            rehabilitate   Procured three computer monitors (off the shelf) for our data
            maintenance    processing needs. Received monitors in this quarter, accrued the
            facility,      expense. Payment will appear on next quarterly report. Monitors
            support        replaced older, antiquated equipment. Some used for
 $1,180,917 vehicles       arrival/departure display at transit terminal (Union Station). last
                           The expansion of the Trolley Barn has been completed. The
                           remaining streetcar is now housed and maintained inside. The
                           streetcar platform stop has been completed and passengers now
                           board and exit at this stop. The engineering and surveying for
                           maintenance parking lot expansion has been completed and
                           actual construction will begin in April with warmer weather. Work
                           continues on the rehabilitation of the transfer center. The ceiling
            Transit        above the cashiers is completed, noise absorbing panels have
 $5,412,612 Assistance     been added to walls. Additional heatingis theair conditioning
                           The only remaining project to complete and Automated Vehicle
                           Locator & Mobile Data Terminals (AVL / MDT) operating system.
                           This system allows the transit company real time on-line data
                           using GPS technology and extensive cellular service to be in
                           constant contact with the buses. All of the components are in
                           operations, but a number of 'bugs' have been identified and the
            Transit        vendor is correcting them. We believe the basic AVL/MDT project
            Infrastructure is now 99% completed. The project has significantly slipped
                           Arkansas' expenditures for the quarter with vendor staffing
 $1,413,525 Investments completion estimates due to problems ending September 2010
                           included the purchase of eleven (11) buses and vans, $522,680
                           for construction of administration and Maintenance facilities, and
                           $188,194 for various small purchases related to Public
                           Transportation. These expenditures resulted in 19 labor and
            Arkansas       manufacturing jobs retained or created.For the quarter ending
            Public         December 2010 we report the following progress: Black River
            Transportatio Area Development purchased 1 transit bus for $50,520.Central
$11,426,720 n              Arkansas Development Council/ South Central Transit purchased
                        For quarter ending June 2011: The Mountain Link BRT project
                        completed the system planning and engineering. Final
            09 5307     engineering underway. The passenger shelter and transfer
            ARRA        center projects are under vendor contract and site work
            Program of construction is underway with completion expected end of
 $1,022,246 Projects    FY2011.
                        Funds were made available October 1, 2010 for operating
                        expenses for all agencies awarded ARRA funds. Catholic
                        Community Services is currently in the procurement process for
                        computer hardware ($30,000) and software ($20,000). The City of
            Formula     Coolidge has finished work on the administration section of the
            Grants for  new facility ($2,067,144) and is currently working on the
            Other than  maintenance section. The City of Cottonwood has begun work on
            Urbanized   the park and ride lot ($30,000). The City of Kingman has issued
         $0 Areas       Project is nearing begun on the preliminary design phase and
                        five contracts and completion of modular administration building
                        actual construction will begin in April 2011. In January, the
                        Design Build team continued with the finalization of the DD
                        Phase of the design documents and provided an updated version
                        of the budget along with our DE set of drawings. This budget
            Navajo      update would include a full list of options and add alternates for
            Transit     the Owners to review. Numerous meetings were held with Owner,
            Admin/Maint DES, NTUA, BIA, NNEPA during the quarter. Groundbreaking
         $0 Facility    ceremony was held at the site in March. The full Design/Build




            Bus Storage
            and
            Maintenance Bus parking is complete. Admin and Maintenance building
            Facility-   exteriors are complete. Working on interior mechanical and
$10,948,452 Phase III   This grant covers 34 is 60% projects as of end of June 2011.
                        electrical. The projectdifferent completeincluding park and ride
                        construction and expansion, transit center refurbishments, bus
                        stop ADA improvement, ITS system enhancements, with some
                        ADA and bus operating and preventative maintenance. During
            Combined - this quarter refrubishment construction advanced on the Central
            Transit     Station Transit Center, and construction was completed on the
            Capital     Happy Valley Road park and ride. Contractor is repairing
            Assistance  concrete transit pads and manufacturing and installing transit
$26,971,931 Grant       furniture, this project is 34% complete , 236 bus stops have been




            Tucson
            Modern
            Streetcar     Cushing Street Bridge project notice to proceed to begin
   $263,340 System        construction was issued on June 20, 2011.
                          On June 22, 2011 the City Council approved the construction
                          contract for the project. After the contract, is prepared and
                          signed, a kick-off meeting will be set for early July 2011. The
                          meeting will include representatives from the Arizona Department
            Bus           of Transportation (ADOT), Street Transportation Signals and
            Crossover     Design and Construction Management and RK Sanders, the
            Lane (Bell    selected contractor. The existing ADOT permit has been
    $62,148 Rd/SR 51)     extended.
                          Activities performed this quarter include: conducting the Quarterly
                          Progress Review Meeting for Union Passenger Terminal
                          (UPT)/Loyola Avenue Streetcar project. This meeting included
                          detail review of the project status, schedule, and cost. Other
                          activities included submittal of monthly reports, coordination of
                          the bi-weekly project status conference calls and follow-up action
                          items, and submittal of technical review comments on a number
                          of PMP sub-plans.
            This grant        2011/2 - Received/invoiced ARRA funds for replacement 40-ft.
            applies our       buses. 2011/1 - Executed contract for purchase of ticket vending
            2009 ARRA         machines with related equipment and software. 2010/4 - Awaiting
            allocation to     FTA approval of sole-source ticket vending machine
            three capital     procurement. 2010/3 - Received/invoiced ARRA funds for service
            projects: bus     vehicle replacement. 2010/2 - Took delivery of replacement
            replacement,      service vehicles. 2010/1 - Executed contracts for purchase of
            service           replacement service vehicles. 2009/4 - Issued Purchase Order
 $2,927,561 vehicle           8873 for investing in public transportation by purchasing eleven
                              AVTA is purchase of replacement buses.
                              (11) new transit bus replacements: All buses have been ordered
                              deposits have been placed. The delays have persisted and we
                              are contemplating cancelling the order and going to a new
                              vendor. These vehicles were due over a year ago & they are no
            Capital           closer to delivering a bus. Legal options are being considered.
            Projects /        Improvements are complete to the transfer center located at
            Vehicle           Lancaster City Park. Construction of several photovoltaic
 $4,234,060 Purchase          equipped -parking structures is complete. Purchase ofTrestle new
                              07/08/11 San Luis Rey project is now on schedule. six (6)
                              Bridge project construction has been placed on hold for
                              environmental purposes and will resume September 2011.
            Transit           01/07/11 - San Luis Rey project has been delayed. All other
            center            projects are on schedule. Preliminary Engineering and Design
            electrification   phases are complete and construction has is continuing. 10/7/10 -
            , track and       San Luis Rey project is finishing design work and should begin
            bridge            bid process before next quarter. Trestle Bridge project is now
$21,847,481 rehabilitation    under construction, but will needto rehabilitate approximately 143
                              This grant will allow the SFMTA to stop project between
                              light rail vehicles; engage in preventive maintenance activities to
                              preserve/extend the functionality of the SFMTA’s assets;
                              rehabilitate about 35 standard and 27 articulated motor coaches;
            Infrastructure    upgrade the SFMTA’s obsolete mileage and fuel tracking
            Enhancemen        system for diesel and trolley coaches; equip an interim
            t and             Operations Control Center to support dispatching and rerouting of
            Maintenance       vehicles, incident detection and response, and voice
$56,559,517 Projects          communications with transit operators; replace the worn out
                              Funds will be used for the following projects: Construction of the
                              Mall Transfer Station; Design/Engineering of the Regional
                              Operations Center; Associated capital maintenance items;
                              Computer/Communications equipment and software; Capital tire
            PM/Constr         lease; Passenger amenities and transit enhancements;
            bus               Development of the BRT Phase II - Airport Way Corridor that
            station/miant     include environmental and preliminary eng/design and, Safety
 $6,930,941 fac/equip         and security equipment related to bus and bus facilities.


            30' and 35'
            Bus
            Replacement
            and Bus Stop      No grant funds were expended during the reporting period. City
            Improvement       staff continued to work on specifications during the reporting
   $499,601 s                 period.
            Replacement       During the quarter, no activities funded through this grant
            Bus               occurred apart from the final payment of invoices related to the
            Purchase,         purchase of the Gillig buses. All projects in this grant are
            Preventive        complete. At the end of the quarter, the FTA was evaluating a
            Maintenance,      proposed budget revision to transfer cost savings from the
            and ADA           particulate matter trap project to a new project under the same
            Operating         scope to purchase an advanced communications system for the
 $8,463,401 Subsidy           bus fleet. this grant has enabled Fresno Area Express (FAX) to
                              Thus far,
                              purchase six nonrevenue support vehicles, and two 40' CNG
                              buses, and to support its preventive maintenance program for a
                              year. Additionally, this grant provided much needed funding for
            FY2009            transit operations at FAX, as well as enabling the award of
            ARRA Bus          contracts for the design and construction of two large bus stop
            Purchase          improvement projects. Design and request for proposal process
            and Prev          have also begun on several projects, including automated
 $5,402,107 Maint             passenger counters, the purchase of two 30' CNG buses, and the
                             This grant will allow LACMTA to install five canopies at Metro
                             Red Line stations escalator entrances. As a result of this
                             investment, LACMTA will be able to enhance passenger safety
          Installation of    and protect escalator machinery from exposure to weather and
          five canopies      reduce the incidence and frequency of equipment failures and
          at the Metro       replacement.
          Red Line           To date, a Notice to Proceed (NTP) was issued to Griffith
          escalator          Construction for the fabrication and installation of the canopies.
 $675,715 entrances.         This drawings for structural steel, transit enhancements such
                             Shopgrant will allow LACMTA to dostructural glass and reinforcing
                             as public art, signage and wayfinding improvements up to 19 bus
                             stations along Harbor and El Monte transitways and local bus
                             stop transfer/interface areas in Downtown Los Angeles. As a
          Transit            result of this investment, LACMTA will be able to enhance the
          Enhancemen         customer experience through improved wayfinding, customer
          t Acitivities at   information, system identity, lighting improvements, and the
          bus stops          incorporation of unique artworks created specifically for these
 $173,526 and stations       locations -- all designed to make transit a more attractive




           Capital
           equipment   To date we have purchased an over-the-road coach. We are in
           and securitythe process of securing an agreement to purchase on board
           improvement security equipment through King County, WA. We are also in the
$1,004,174 s           process of securing information for the purchase of the ADA van.
                       These funds will partially finance the purchase on one
                       replacement bus. The balance of the funds needed to replace
                       this bus will come from FTA ARRA Grant CA-96-X035. The bus
                       to be replaced is a 1998 40' diesel fixed route urban public transit
                       bus. The contract for this purchase was authorized by the City
                       Council March 30, 2010 and amended on November 30, 2010.
           Hybrid Bus  The city expects delivery of the 40' diesel hybrid bus from New
        $0 Replacement Flyer of America in the summer of 2011.

                             A grant to modernize transit fleets through vehicle replacement
                             and expansion, to modernize and upgrade physical facilities,
                             such as bus terminals, stops, maintenance and storage facilities
          5311 Transit       and park-and-ride lot, to improve fare collection, security,
          Improvement        information and communications systems and to support
          s in non-          preventive maintenance programs and ADA-required paratransit
 $946,919 urban areas        operation. a budget revision with the MPR/FFR filed with the last
                             There was
                             TEAM report that reflects current financial status with all vendors.
                             Vendor awards have been updated on this report. The last of
                             the issues with ticket vending machines have been solved and
           ARRA Van          they are up and running. The new paratransit vans have been
           Replacement       accepted and this portion of the project complete. The Giro-
           , Fareboxes       Hastus program integration with existing systems is moving along
           and IT            per schedule and we are waiting for progress invoicing at this
$4,371,876 Software
           Buy 4             This with spending Gold Coast Transit to purchase replacement
                             time grant will allowof $388,546 in this quarter and more spending
           Replacement       supervisory vehicles, 2 of which will be wheelchair accessible in
           Vans, Buy 8       order to provide emergency transportation to passengers with
           35-foot           disabilities; purchase 8 expansion 35-foot transit buses that are
           Expansion         fueled with CNG and are equipped with security cameras
           Buses,            identical to the security cameras on the rest of the fleet; procure
           Acquire           new fareboxes for all buses that will electronically validate all of
           Mobile Fare       the fare media; spend $1,000,000 on paratransit service over 2
$3,138,826 Collection        fiscal years to protect jobs and provide service to passengers




           El Centro
           Transit           The project will allow the County and the City of El Centro to
           Transfer          develop a safer and modern alternative to the street corner in use
        $0 terminal          now.
                          Electronic Fareboxes - The type and standard for the Oakland
                          MTC approved electronic farebox system (called Clipper) has
                          been identified. Vacaville Transit staff is working with MTC to
                          identify the next steps and project schedule to procure and install
                          these devices in our fixed route buses. MTC will be holding a
                          Clipper Teleconference on January 19th 2011 to discuss the
            Electronic    progress of installation with other agencies and timeframes when
         $0 Fareboxes     Clipper will be coming to Solano County (and Vacaville Transit).
                          Contract for $1,610,000 awarded to Interstate Trucking Center on
                          April 20, 2011. Work started in June 2011. No payments made to
                          contract to date. Payment requests for $135,000 for op assist and
                          $16,014 for proj admin. Staff participated in the formal bid
            09 ARRA       process during 1st quarter 2011. Transit Resource Inc. was
            5307 Bus      identified as the lowest responsive bidder. The contract award will
            Rehab and     go before the Council in April 2011. Staff anticipates the contract
   $151,014 Remfg         Ferry awarded to The MV Golden Inc. has been completed
                          will beBoat Rehab: Transit ResourceGate by Council.
                          and placed into service as of May 16th 10:10AM. The vessel has
                          remained in service and the District is working out the problems,
            Ferry Boat    areas for improvement and warranty items with the shipyard.
            Rehab &       Marin Transite IT Projects: This period, Marin Transit continued
            Information work to deploy the Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) project. The
            Technology/ purpose of this project is to improve performance monitoring, and
            Bus Wash      reporting capabilities, and to improve service quality and
$10,255,443 Racks         efficiency by investing in public transportation intelligent
                          For this reporting period, SunLine accomplished significant
                          milestones that entailed approximately 98% completion of the
                          Maintenance Facility Capacity Upgrade project. All necessary
                          construction, electrical work, roofing, and concrete work for new
            Shelters, ITS bus parking area were completed. Staff anticipate completing the
            Equipment     project the next quarter and will also conduct the final inspection
            and           for acceptance with the County so as to receive the Certificate of
            Maintenance Occupancy. Staff began installing the ARRA logo/decals on the
   $994,822 Facility      51 bus shelters. At the time of this report, the ITS project is

                         A grant to modernize transit fleets through vehicle replacement
                         and expansion, to modernize and upgrade physical facilities,
                         such as bus terminals, stops, maintenance and storage facilities
            5311 Transit and park-and-ride lot, to improve fare collection, security,
            Improvement information and communications systems and to support
            s in non-    preventive maintenance programs and ADA-required paratransit
$19,984,100 urban areas operation.
            Preventive
            Maintenance,
            Information
            Technology Capitalized Preventive Maintenance - maintenance of transit
            Equipment    vehicles and related equipment per FTA definition. Purchase and
            Replacement installation of desktop computer equipment and servers about
            , Replace    95% completed. Replacement of non-revenue support vehicles -
            Support      completed. Repave Bus Yard - project 99% completed.
 $4,927,855 VehiclesRen Purchase Bus Lifts for Maint Shop is completed.




            GFI
         $0 Fareboxes    Purchase and Install GFI fareboxes in all transit vehicles
                         A contract was awarded to Molly Corporation in September 2009
                         for the purchase of three (3) trolleys. The trolleys have been
            Purchase of delivered and placed into revenue service. The OCTA sought
            three (3)    reimbursement from the FTA in April 2011. As a result of these
            replacement investments, Laguna Beach/OCTA will be able to offer public
            alternative  transportation service that is safer and more reliable, more
            fuel transit environmentally friendly, and more accessible for persons with
   $500,000 buses.       disabilities.
                               The City Council approved a budget adjustment and staff is
                               finalizing quotes for 5 buses; proposals were received in
                               response to an RFP for construction of shelters and a vendor
                               selected by the Committee; upon approval by Council, vendor will
                               initiate work; and preventive maintenance (PM) continued to be
             Bus purch,        conducted on Dial-A-Ride vehicles at the City's Public Works
    $178,414 shelters, PM
             Replacement       facility.low-floor buses have been received from Gillig Corporation
                               Three
             of three fixed-   using options from a contract between Gillig and Delaware
             route buses,      Transit Authority. Four Type II paratransit vans have been
             replacement       received from Creative Bus Sales using options from a contract
             of nine           between Creative Bus Sales and San Mateo County Transit
             paratransit       District. Preventative mainenance on the existing paratransit fleet
             vans and          is ongoing. RABA has received and expended $167,099 in
             preventative      ARRA funds for this activity. Demand response vans 5-8 have
          $0 maintenance
             Replace           This ordered but not yet under ARRA new CA-96-X012-00, will
                               beenproject, also funded received. No Grantactivity this quarter.
             aging traction    replace up to twenty traction power substations and associated
             power             electrical support systems located along the light rail Metro Blue
             substations       Line Right of Way and the Metro Blue Line Yard. As a result of
             and               these investments, LACMTA will be able to offer public
             associated        transportation service that is more efficient, reliable and
             electrical        environmentally friendly. To date, we awarded a contract for the
             support           design, construction and construction management for the
  $6,051,713 systems
             Bus               removal and replacement of the traction power supply 141
                               This grant will allow LACMTA to purchase approximately
             Replacement       CNG buses, overhaul 342 buses, implement pedestrian
             , bus             improvements at the Metro Red Line 7th and Flower station,
             overhaul,         replace rail communications equipment, replace 20 aging traction
             Emergency         power substations, and electrify compression of natural gas at
             egress, Fiber     our CNG fueling facilities. As a result of this investment,
             Optics,           LACMTA will be able to offer public transporation service that is
             Traction          safer, more reliabile, and more environmentally friendly and more
$134,750,170 Power             accessible for people with disabilities. To date we awarded




             Vallejo
             Multimodal
             Station      The grant funds is completely expended pending release of
                          #1) Restoration funds are utilize with this Terminal The
    $439,212 Construction retention. Otherof the City of Vallejo Ferry project as -well. outside
                          concrete work - steps, patio, handicap ramp, has been
             PM/Repower completed. Interior walls have been erected. All mechanical,
             Ferry/Rehab electrical and plumbing 'rough ins' have also been completed.
             and          Contractor is currently installing the gypsum board to the interior
             Renovate     walls. Concurrently, the roof repair has commenced. #2) Repair
             Bus and      and Rehabilitation of the Bus Maintenance Facility - Construction
             Ferry        project has been substantially completed. #3) Preventative
  $9,567,795 Facilities   Maintenance - On-going third party contract. #4) Repower ferry -

                         This grant has allowed the transit agencies to purchase four new
                         buses, to install 24 Electronic Fare collection System on vehicles,
                         to install bus stop amenities, to improving transit center, and to
             09 ARRA     conduct preventive maintenance on 24 existing buses. As a
             5307        result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to offer
             Program of public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, and more
    $991,707 Projects    accessible allows Santa Clara VTA to purchase eighty-three new
                         This grant for people with disabilities.
                         diesel-electric hybrid buses, rehabilitate bus stops with pedestrian
                         and Americans with Disabilities Act wheelchair access
                         improvements, and contribute to operating needs with operating
             Purchase    assistance. As a result of these investments, the transit agency
             Hybrid      will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer,
             Buses, ADA more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more
             Improvement accessible for people with disabilities. The bus stop rehabilitation
 $42,300,687 s           project was completed during the quarter ending June 30, 2010
                          This quarter, it was officially decided that the first part of the
                          fueling station project that had been previously reported on, was
                          ineligible to received the ARRA Federal Funds. The project was
                          not completed under the correct federal bid/procurement
          Fueling         procedures. All information regarding this part of the project is
          Station         being removed from the reporting. At this stage, we have a final
          Upgrade and     part of the fueling station project that is being evaluated, as well
          Bus Shelter     as working with the City of Vallejo (who we are currently in
  $57,105 Replacement
          Lodi Shop       negotiationspublic transportation by purchasing if more bus
                          To invest in to create a JPA with) to determine and installing
          Solar Power,    automated fareboxes on transit buses, cameras, security
          Lodi Security   systems, buses and shelters, constructing ancillary structure and
          Systems,        solar panels for Transit Maintenance Shop, provideing preventive
          Lodi            maintenance, designing and engineering the
          Farebox, Galt   Operations/Maintenance Facility. The infrastructure will provide
          Preventive      safer and more reliable transportation system, environmentally
          Maintenance,    friendly system, and be more accessible for people with
 $627,720 Galt Bus        disabilities.

                         Purchase of Transit Center- The purpose is to accommodate the
                         increase demand for service. During the quarter, Construction of
           Transit       the Transit Center has been completed. The New Transit
           Center        Center was opened to the public on 6/19/2011. Deliverables- We
           Project/Fleet received our two replacement Gillig's on 03/26/2011. Delivery of
           Replacement six vans on 7/10/10 and the delivery of the Guadalupe Bus on
$2,329,918 Project       05/01/2011.

                           Invest in public transportation Projects 1. Fund preventative
                           Maintenance on transit vehicles 2. Repower MCI Coaches by
                           replacing diesel particulate filters to comply with Ca Air
                           Resources Board regulations and prolong the life of the vehicle 3.
           ARRA            Purchase/Replace transit coaches that are at the end of their
           Transit         useful life 4. Purchases new fareboxes that will enhance fare
                           Phase one of this project entails for design and installation
$2,759,575 Investments handling and provide better data the performaance reportingof
                           photovoltaic solar panels at AC Transit's Central Maintenance
                           Facility. Phase two of this project will include the design and
                           installation of additional photovoltaic panels at either the
                           District’s Emeryville Division or Hayward Division. The solar
                           panels will generate green renewable energy credits to offset the
           Installation of energy used in the production and distribution of hydrogen at AC
           Photovoltaic Transit's hydrogen dispensing facility in Emeryville, CA. The
$2,566,038 Solar Panels solar panels will replace approximately 952,000 kilowatt hours per




                          ARRA funding provided for preventive maintenance activities
           09 ARRA        during FY 2010 helped to offset the significant reductions in State
           REPLACE        Transportation Development Act (TDA) and Local Measure 'M'
           BUSES &        sales tax revenues used for Sonoma County Transit's operations,
$1,350,000 PM             which includes preventive maintenance costs.


                         This grant will allow the purchase of two paratransit vehicles to
           Purchase of   replace old vehicles that are currently in the fleet. As a result of
           2             these investments, the agency will be able to continue to offer
           replacement   public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, and
           paratransit   accessible for people with disabilities. Vehicles have been
        $0 vehicles.     This grant and have been delivered.
                         purchased allows for the modernization of the transit fleet with the
                         purchase of transit vehicles. Four of the vehicles were delivered
                         during previous quarters. Last quarter's report erroneously stated
           Purchase 5 that 'we are in the process of the final vehicle purchase.' This
           hybrid buses statement was false and based upon false information provided
           and construct by the individual (Transit Manager) responsible for the
           multi-modal procurement. At this time we can report that a contract for the
           Park and      final vehicle(s) has now been awarded and final delivery should
$3,197,787 Ride Facility occur by the end of October 2011. In addition, the multi-modal
                         As of June 30th 2011, the Long Beach Transit ARRA grant is
                         95% expended, with only 4% obligated and 1% in the balance. As
                         mentioned in the last quarterly report the majority of the
                         construction for the multi-bus stop project was completed with
                         only the last two of 18 shelters now only pending landscaping and
                         art amenities installation. The Transit Mall 8 bus stop project
            Bus Capital construction was completed in May and inaugurated on June 2nd
            and Bus Stop 2011. The remaining 4% in obligated funds exist in the Bus Stop
$15,727,572 Amenities    Amenities category, which is for remaining construction,




                              This grant has allowed the subrecipients to place orders for
                              purchase of three CNG buses and thirteen vans to replace buses
                              and vans that have reached the end of their useful service life.
            Replacement       These vehicles will improve transit service through use of new
 $1,930,281 Buses             vehicles, and also lower transit operating costs.
                              1)7/12/11 Keller Yard update: project 100% physical completed
                              4/29/11. Contractor submitted claim for extended overhead due
                              to project delays. Project close out 5% completed. 2) PTC
                              update: Accepted delivery of On-Board Mock-Ups and performed
                              various reviews critical to determining screen placement before
                              installations can begin in late July. Continued to add track
            Track Rehab,      features to GIS database, define the Change Management
            Positive          process and conduct field verification of milepost relocations.
$22,663,546 Train Control
            Transit           Made a presentation to SCRRA executive on current PTC status.
                              These funds have supported transit operations for Santa Rosa
            Operations,       CityBus, which is housed in the city of Santa Rosa Transit
            Americans         Department and is the municipal transit provider for the City of
            with              Santa Rosa. CityBus operates seventeen fixed routes within the
            Disabilities      City of Santa Rosa and Roseland and carries approximately 2.8
            Act               million passengers a annually. For the provision of paratransit
            Paratransit       service, the agency contracts with MV Transportation to provide
            Operations,       approximately 49,000 trips annually for disabled patrons that are
    $61,399 Preventative      not able to take fixed route transit. As of 06/30/2011 there have




            Sausalito
            Ferry        The following activities and/or progress were made during the
            Landing      quarter ending June 30, 2011 - The consultant's engineering,
            Improvement  geotechnical and administrative staff continued work performing
   $381,252 s            design and environmentalSTATION: Bi-weekly meetings are held
                         11.43.02 CNG FUELING design services.
                         to discuss status of components and drawings. A meeting was
                         held on April 14th to go over drawings. Two meetings were held
                         in May with Clean Energy (CE) and Construction Manager. The
            Fuel Island  components have been on order and as built drawings were
            Undeground reviewed and additional changes were requested by Montebello,
            Storage Tank such as the fence design. CE provided samples and as-built
            (UST)        drawings needed to show type of pipe being used. The fencing
 $2,207,362 Modification for the barrier around the compound was finalized, house gas line




            Maintenance
            facility,         Completed vehicle barn 100% and vehicle maintenance facility
            shelters,         100%, purchased shop equipment. Parking lot sub material
            buses, and        completed, ordered passenger buses, purchased two bus
   $125,357 tools. Santa
            City of           shelters and poured 50 feet of sidewalk and 12x16 bus stop pad.
            Clarita -         The award will be used to fund the installation of photovoltaic
            TIGGER -          solar paneled canopies and carports at the City of Santa Clarita's
            Installation of   LEED Gold Certified Transit Maintenance Facility. These new
            Solar             additions, when combined with the existing photovoltaic solar
            Canopies          paneled canopy will generate 97% of all electricity needed to
            and Carports      power the facility and provide shade to the City's existing bus
            at Transit        fleet. Construction has started and the project is expected to be
   $901,170 Maintenance       complete by July 2011.
                         This grant has allowed the City of Modesto to fund necessary
                         preventive maintenance activities to preserve local funding for
                         essential public transit services, saving bus operator jobs. This
            Preventive   grant allows Modesto to minimize service cuts while we preserve
            Maintenance family wage union and non-union jobs that provide health
            and Capital insurance. ARRA funds have been used for maintaining buses
            Cost of      and facilities and to cover the capital cost of contracting for para
         $0 Contracting transit services.
            Replacement The various components of the project are progressing well and
            of Train     overall have reached >70% completion. The Balboa Park
            Auxiliary    Walkway and Concord Shop Wheel Truing Machine Projects
            Power        have completed their ARRA-funded work. As of June 30, 2011,
            Equipment, the Coverboards Replacement Project completed construction
            Cables on    phase 4 months ahead of schedule and added 10 total miles to
            Transbay     the scope with a change order for $950,000. For the 48V
            Tube, and    Stations UPC Replacement Project, 33 of 33 locations have been
$18,923,187 Coverboards, upgraded with the UPS system. For the Capacity Interior




            Bus Shelter Design work is currently at 90% for the bust stops, shelters and
         $0 Construction pullouts.ending June 30, 2011: City Engineering Dept. completed
            Norwalk       Quarter
            Transit       review of IFB; now under review by City Purchasing Dept. IFB
            System        expected to be advertised August 1, 2011. Budget revised and
            Rehab of      approved by FTA to $667,613. In prior quarters: Request for
            Bus Shelters, Proposals (RFP) was released June 7, 2010 to select a firm to
            Transit       perform site evaluation, construction management and
            Facilities    inspection. Contract awarded on Sept. 21, 2010. Invitation for
            Improvement Bid (IFB) prepared for solicitation of bus passenger shelters
            Environment construction contractor. The IFB through March by Engineering
 $1,524,801 s, and        For the quarter, January 1, 2011 was reviewed 31, 2011 the City
            al document continued to work with Rincon Consultants Inc. to complete the
            and           environmental phase and documentation for the Manteca
            preliminary   Multimodal Station project. During this time the necessary studies
            engineering have been completed and the CEQA document was approved on
            for the       September 14, 2010. The City has amended the contract with
            Manteca       Rincon Consultants, Inc. to complete a Phase II Environmental
            Multimodal    Study. The City is working with the Federal Transit Administration
   $238,992 Station,
            Fixed         to complete all NEPA requirements. In November the City and
                          The various components of the project are progressing well
            Guideway      overall have reached >80% completion. The component of the
            Modifications project involving preventive maintenance on BART revenue
            include       vehicles and equipment has been completed. In addition, the
            preventative Pleasant Hill Crossover, Balboa Park Walkway and Concord
            maintenance, Shop Wheel Truing Machine Projects have completed their
            replacement ARRA-funded work. As of June 30 2011, the 480V Switchgear
            of            Replacement Project has replaced the switchgear at 15 of 18
                          During the past quarter, Change Order to add Concord and
$41,054,668 switchgear, stations and executed a Caltrain continued state of good repair
            Track,
            Bridge,       work associated with the Track and Infrastructure Improvements
            Signal & Bike project and continued working toward the replacement of the
            Improvement Operations Control Center. The Bike Racks on Trains and
            s; amended operating assistance projects was previously reported as closed.
            to Track,     As a result of the investments in this grant, Caltrain is able to
            Signal, Bike offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, and
            Improv & Op. more environmentally friendly, while allowing the retention of jobs
 $9,833,244 As            that might otherwise be lost if such work was not available.
                          Of the eleven projects that are associated with this grant there
                          are three projects remaining to be completed: 1) Solar Energy
                          System – The general contractor mobilized at both Pomona
            Electric      and Arcadia facilities in May 2011. In June 2011 the contractor
            Buses         performed field verification for structural post installation and
            Demo/Facilit installed conduit at Arcadia and Pomona. Structural steel support
            y             for the photo voltaic panels scheduled to arrive on-site in August
            Improvement 2011. Construction is scheduled to be completed in December
$15,469,131 s             2011. 2) Water Saving-Bus Wash – After several months of
           Purchase of
           2 Commuter
           Buses and 2
           Fixed Route Two fixed route buses were delivered to the City of Auburn
$1,238,752 Buses       (Subrecipient) Operating Assistance


                         Project activities this quarter included completion of real estate
                         appraisal Federal review, land acquisition, publication of RFP
                         notice requesting vendor proposals to perform facility
                         construction work, evaluation of proposals, vendor selection, and
           Bus Transfer- contract award on May 24th. Facility construction to start August
        $0 Hub Center 15th. 2Q-2011
           City of La
           Mirada
           Capital
           Purchase:
           vehicle lift,
           security
           cameras and The City of La Mirada has ordered and received the vehicle lift,
  $151,423 equipment     maintenance equipment and security cameras and recorders.
                         This grant will allow NCTD to install solar power generation
                         equipment throughout the service area; and install LED lights and
                         plug-in recharging stations for hybrid vehicles in parking lots. In
                         April 2011, NCTD awarded a contract to Premier West
                         Contractors, Inc. for the rail right-of-way solar demonstration
                         project. During the current quarter, project activity included (1)
                         connecting the solar installation at the West Division
                         Maintenance Facility to the SDG&E power grid, (2) completing
$1,223,041 Solar Power the site design and commencement of final permitting activities


                         Contract was awrded on 8/11/2009 to purchase 6 hybrid gasoline-
                         electric buses from New Flyer. Last bus was delivered on
                         4/5/2010. Grantee had various mechanical challanges with some
           Transit       of these buses. ISE had filed bankrupcy and grantee was
           Capital - Bus working with New Flyer to resolve various mechanical issues.
$3,584,821 Replacement Most of these issues were resolved in 2011.




           09 ARRA
           5307 FOUR(
           4) -35`
           Buses;ADA Bus project has been completed and vehicles have been
        $0 Ops            accepted. A provides capital improvements to in ECHO.
                          This project final invoice has been processed bus routes
                          servicing rural and Indian reservation residents in San Diego
                          County. Quarterly Activities: Two Project Development Team
                          meetings took place (May 12, 2011 and June 16, 2011) and were
                          attended by Caltrans, SANDAG, North County Transit District (by
           Construct      phone), Reservation Transportation Authority, and engineering
           and Enhance consulting personnel. Topics discussed included the status of
           Bus Stops      bus stop analysis for potenial improvements, the status of the
   $98,537 and Stations Caltrans pre-Construction permit, and design issues for the new
           Technology This grant will allow NCTD to purchase and install automated
           replacements passenger counters, integrate its legacy and enterprise resource
           and            planning (ERP) systems and data; construct bus turn-out lanes
           enhancemen and install bus shelters; replace or renew railroad right-of-way
           ts; transit    components, including at-grade crossings, turn-outs, rails,
           enhancemen crossties, track structure, signal and communication system
           ts; right-of-  components; perform preventive maintenance on vehicles and
           way            facilities; and provide operating assistance. As a result of these
$7,364,580 infrastructure investments, NCTD will be able to provide public transportation
            Shelters,    Three (3) New Flyer of America replacement 40-ft Compressed
            Buses,       Natural Gas buses have been delivered. One on April 12, one on
            Garage       April 14, and one on May 2, 2011. Two of the buses were placed
            Modernizatio into revenue service on June 15, 2011 and the third bus was put
            n,           into revenue service on June 18, 2011. Structural drawings for
            Wheelchair   Transit Shelter ADA replacement parts are being reviewed by the
            Scale,       City's Building and Safety Department. Installation of the shelters
            Operating    is anticipated to be completed by the end of October 2011.
 $2,729,747 Assistance   Garage Modernization project completed inprovide preventive
                         1)Preventive Maintenance - $9.6 million to May 2011. Received
                         maintenance on the agency's fleet of buses and facility. This
                         project has been completed; 2) ERP Phase 1 - $1.8 million to
                         update and install a new enterprise resource planning system for
            ERP;Farebox the agency. Phase 1 has been completed; 3) ERP Phase 2 - $5.0
            ;Yucaipa;Vud million to update and install a new enterprise resource planning
            eo Sys;      system for the agency. This phase is complete ; 4) $1.0 million
            Preventive   to install new farebox systems in the existing fleet of coaches in
 $1,500,000 Maintenance the agency. The purchase order for this project has been issued.




                             Between April 1, 2011 and June 30, 2011, the City of Los
            ARRA-DOT-        Angeles Department of Transportation finalized the contract and
            Purchase of      specifications with MCI. The Department of Transportation
            16 Buses         anticipates that MCI should deliver all 16 buses associated with
         $0 LAES430 of
            Acquisition      this grant by Novemberthe transit agency to continue to provide
                             This grant has allowed 2011.
            17               ADA transit services, maintain bus operations at existing levels
            replacement      by funding a portion of bus operator labor cost, and continue
            minivans, 1      providing preventive maintenance on 233 buses and 76 Light Rail
            bus; and a       Vehicles. The grant will also allow the transit agency to retrofit up
            replacement      to 15 additional Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs) for use on and in
            phone            coordination with system rail expansion projects. The vehicle
            system;          refurbishment request for proposal (RFP) was released for
$14,339,032 rehabilitation   solicitation in mid-June. Pre-bid meetings were conducted to




            Construct
            Replace Rail Project has been completed and SJRRC is waiting for the final
 $3,096,001 Track        invoice to be approved.




            Rebuild
            Diesel       Overhaul of the first locomotive is complete. Second locomotive
 $2,954,552 Locomotive
            1.) COP Debt is being overhauled. debt service and interest payments made
                         1.) Semi-annual COP
            Service, 2.) for purchase of (55) 40-foot CNG buses - completed. 2.)
            Capital Cost Contracted transit operations and maintenance to support
            of           ongoing fixed route and demand response (ADA) paratransit
            Contracting, service - completed. 3.) Preventive Maintenance of the agency's
            3.)          vehicle fleet and facilities to support the ongoing operation -
            Preventive   completed. 4.) Contracted transit operations and maintenance to
            Maintenance, support ongoing demand response (ADA) paratransit service -
 $9,852,992 4.) Non Fixedcompleted. is nearing completion of the specifications and paint
                         CCTS staff 5.) Transit Enhancement project begun. First
                         design for replacement buses. Procurement is anticipated by
                         December 2011. An inventory of bus stops and shelter designs
            Replace Four has been moving to completion. 4/7/2011 - CCTS staff
            Dial-A-Ride anticipates securing City Council approval of a bus purchase by
            Buses and    Nov 2011 with a contract in place by years end. Vehicles should
            Install Bus  begin delivery in 120 days hence. This item should be closed out
            Stop         by the end of the 3rd quarter/2012. No funds have been
         $0 Amenities    expended to date. CCTS staff has completed site preparation
                             Five 30-foot buses were delivered in July 2010. Contract
                             executed and placed order for 16 articulated buses. First
                             articulated bus deliveried in September 2010. 15 more 60-foot
           Bus               buses have been delivered and accepted. Nine 40-foot buses
           Replacement       have been delivered and accepted. Currently in planning and
           - ARRA            design phase of transit enhancements for the bus stop
$7,845,814 Funds             redevelopment program.
                             The Commerce City Council approved the purchase of one (1)
                             replacement bus on August 18, 2009 and a purchase order was
                             issued to North American Bus Industries that month. The bus
                             was delivered in August and placed into service in September
          Bus                2010. 12-31-10 Update. The bus has been in service since
          Replacement        September 2010. Staff is now preparing the RFP for Transit
          , Transit          software. The RFP will be issued and awarded within 120 days.
 $420,000 Software           The project should be completed by 12/31/2011.
                             Preventative Maintenance - all preventative maintenance
                             charges has been completed and funded. Construction of EXPO
                             aerial station - this project is still in progress. Culver City is
                             developing a funding agreement between the City and Metro.
                             This funding agreement will be used to ensure that all
                             construction activities will be in accordance with FTA grant
                             guidelines. The funding agreement is anticipated to be
                             completed in the near future. Rennovate/Rehab Pedestrian
$2,500,000 CA-96-X042        7/12/11 Signal VALLEY is anticipated to start in September,
                             Walkways - This project (LACMTA) #510033 update: Project
                             Carryover - Rescope for Burbank Junction to change from relay
                             control to electronic control. Project completion expected 6/30/12.
                             Signal San Gabriel #510043 update: Contract Task Order (CTO)
                             assigned to Balfour Beatty 4-22-2011. Work is 20% completed.
                             Project completion expected 6/2012. Signal Programs -
                             Pasadena #510045 Pole Line removal: Due to the recent
           VCTC              developments occurring on the Pasadena Subdivision Project
$1,129,675 Signals
           Installation of   This grant will allow LACMTA to install of continued rehab work
                             Manager will be discussing the viability wayside energy storage
           wayside           substation at the Metro Red Line Westlake Station. As a result of
           energy            this investment, LACMTA will be able to significantly reduce
           storage           electrical energy usage by capturing train regenerated braking
           substation at     energy when trains slow or stop and transferring the captured
           the Metro         energy at a later time to the same train or another train when it
           Red Line          starts or accelerates. In addition, the project would also augment
           Westlake          the capacity of the traction power system and reduce electricity
  $203,661 Station.          costs through both energy savings and reduction in peak power
                             These funds were utilized for the construction of the photo voltaic
                             shade structure portion of the construction of VVTA's new
                             administration, operations, and maintenance facility. These
                             funds were utilized for the capital cost of contractng to a third
                             party transportation provider. This provider operates public
                             transportation services in teh Victorville-Hesperia-Apple Valley
           Facility          urbanized area. Additionally, the provider maintains the fleet of
$3,413,070 construction      30 vehicles needed for these services. vendor for a product
                             Update-7/14/11 Staff is meeting with a
                             demonstration on 7/15 to review additional products associated
                             with the automated farebox system. Staff has been unsuccessful
                             in finding an appropriate vendor even after 2 public bidding
                             opportunities. The construction project for the CNG Vehicle
           Farebox           Maintenance Facility has been awarded to Conengr Corporation.
           System/CNG        Staff is anticipating purchasing equipment in August
           Facility          2011/September 2011 after the shell of the building has been
        $0 Equipment         Program will will 5 able to 1)Construct a Park & the available
                             erected. Stafffund beprojects.store the equipment in Ride at the
                             City's McBean Regional Transit Center Transfer Station.
                             Conceptual plan completed and NEPA approved. Staff completed
                             two public outreach meetings in May and June. We will
                             commence with the preparation of environmental documents
           City of Santa     (CEQA) and preliminary engineering plans in the upcoming
           Clarita           months. We've reached the purchase and sale agreement for
           Transit           land acquisition. 2) Expand the parking area of the existing
   $96,452 Upgrades          Metrolink Station in Newhall area of City. Conceptual plan
                           Our staff is overseeing the following projects including producing
                           monthly and quarterly reports for the FTA. We are working on
                           following projects: Central Station Transit Center Upgrades for
                           the transit center such as shading techniques, hardscape and
                           landscape improvements, building upgrades, signagee.
                           Expansion/upgrade of East Valley Maintenance The project will
                           complete the expansion and needed improvements at the facility
                           to support the different and new generation of buses being used
                           in the region. Improvements to Arizona Avenue BRT Elements




                           1. Bus Stop Amenities 2. Metro Blue Line Power Substation 3.
                           MRL Subway Escalator Canopy 4. Bus Overall 5. Electricified
                           CNG Compression




                           N/A




                           no activity this quarter




            ARRA
            Purchase    This grant has allowed Regional Transportation District to
            Automated   purchase Automated Passenger Counter (APC) for Light Rail
            Passenger   Vehicles, the 16th Street Mall Shuttles, and buses that operate
   $743,585 Counter     Invest I-25 HOV lanes. No activity occurred during this quarter.
                        on the in public transportation by performing preventative
                        maintenance on existing buses, purchasing six new intercity
                        buses, building Q Jumps for buses along US-36 and deploying a
            ARRA: DUS, new farebox collection system. This grant will also invest in
            Rolling     upgrading light rail stations to a four train car platform, build a
            Stock,      derailment intrusion detection system, and maintenance of the E-
            Facility    Clips. E-Clips are fasteners that connect the rail to the ties for
            Improvement the Light Rail System. RTD is also investing in public
$52,853,616 s           transportation by repairing and increasing life expectancy of

            2009 Transit
            Capital        7/1/2011 - This quarter finally saw the completion of the Proximity
            Assistance     Card Reader project from Fort Collins. All projects are now
            Grants -       complete but we cannot complete a final report until all
            Urbanized      expenditures have been drawn down - which should occur in July,
            Area Funding   2011. We anticipate that we will de-obligate $4,721 in unspent
 $3,398,341 Program.       project funds.




                           Invest in public transportation by upgrading the heating system at
            East Metro     the East Metro bus maintenance facility located in Aurora, CO.
            Boiler         During this quarter work continued on the design of the heating
            Replacement    system at the East Metro bus facility. 100% of the design and
    $68,387 Project        drawings have been submitted.
                         This Recovery Act grant will allow for the construction of a new
                         bus maintenance facility for Grand Valley Transit which will
                         replace the existing facility. The new facility will provide adequate
                         bus parking, staff and delivery parking, parts storage, meeting
                         safety requirements, and provide necessary equipment, facilities,
            Grand Valley and room for maintenance activities. The facility will include
            Transit Bus three maintenance bays, a wash bay, and a lube bay. It will also
            Maintenance include a breakroom, tool storage, fleet parts storage, and oil
 $1,262,704 Facility     There has been no 2nd quarter of 2011, the contractor has
                         storage. During the activity on this grant in the last quarter. The
                         remainder funds will be used by end of year to purchase a voice
                         enunciation system for buses. The public has benefitted from
                         this project in that new, state of the art buses, including one (1)
                         hybrid bus and three paratransit vans (all ADA accessible) were
                         purchased to replace an aging fleet. Also, the public benefitted
                         by allowing the transit agency to increase our ratio of spare buses
            Buses        by adding two (2) buses to the current fleet (from 16 buses to 18
 $2,345,935 Purchase     buses). projects have been completed or are 95% completed
                         Several
                         which are: Bus Safety Railing Retrofitting project - 100%; Fire
                         Sprinkler System - 100%; Paratransit Van - 100%; Three 30'
                         Transit Coaches - 100%; Replacement Bus Wash System -
                         100%; and the Fuel Bay Relocation - 95%. Additional projects
                         are currently underway such as: Bus Stop Access Improvements
            2009 ARRA - 50%; Bus Stop Lighting Improvements - less than 50%; GET
            Capital      Bus Fleet Marketing - less than 50%; AVL System - less than
   $384,021 Projects     50%; Onboard Security System - less than 50%; Transfer Center




                            Invest in public transportation by improving the heating system at
            Boulder         the Boulder bus maintenance facility located in Boulder, CO.
            Boiler          During this quarter design work was performed for the
            Replacement     improvements of the heating system in Boulder. 100% of the
    $45,592 Project
            ARRA            design and drawingsCounty facility project completed Nov 30,
                            1/26/11: 1)Summit have been submitted.
            Colorado        2010 2)Three operating projects: SUCAP continues to draw
            Department      down funds Lake County/Summit County continues to draw
            of              down funds Costilla County developing Scope of Work for 2011
            Transportatio   contract 3)Completed procurements: Rolling stock: -Gilpin
            n-Transit and   County -Montrose All Points Transit -Seniors? Resource Center
            Rail Division   (Evergreen) Non rolling stock capital: -Gunnison Valley RTA -
            Primary         Prowers County This grant has allowed grantees to complete
 $9,786,218 Recipient
            Fixed Route     projects needed to improve transit. As a result Metropolitan
                            Due to declining sales tax revenues, Mountain of these projects,
            and             Transit faced up to a 50% reduction in local fixed route services
            Paratransit     and up to a 10% reduction in paratransit services for 2010. This
            Transit         grant allowed Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT) to fund 3rd
            Operational     Party Capital Cost of Contracting for 2010, 2011, and a portion of
            Costs,          2012 fixed route service; help fund 2010 Paratransit services; and
            Capital         fund building and vehicle maintenance for 2010. As a result, the
            Construction    local match annually budgeted for these capital expenditures, has
 $5,310,492 and             been freed up to help preserve local fixed-route and paratransit




            Section 5309    PMO Support Danbury CTC - 4,200' of cable tray spotted along
                            As of 6/30/11:
            ARRA - New      Danbury Br., 6,423' of cable tray installed Wilton-Branchville,
            Haven Yard      Install(12) fiber optic cable, (24) hi-voltage, and (22) low voltage
            Component       pull box vaults, Completed install of new signal/power cable duct
            Changeout       bank at (2) track crossings,Began site work new Danbury
            (CCO) Shop;     substations,Install power feed conduits and manholes for Norwalk
            Danbury         substation, Jennings Rd to Science Rd, incl CL&P equipmnt at
            Branch CTC      Jennings Rd.; 1st of 4 factory performance/acceptance test of
$26,536,449 Signalization   signal equipment scheduled for 7/18-22/11; Metro-North Track
                             This grant allowed the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority to
                             commence a mid-life bus engine repowering project. During this
                             reporting period, the project was bid, awarded and re-powering
                             commenced. As a result of this investment, Greater Bridgeport
                             Transit’s fleet of fixed route city buses will have an extended
            Engine           life, be more reliable, have reduced on-going maintenance costs,
            Repowering       an 11% improvement in efficiency and 80% reduction in diesel
 $2,379,246 Program
            ARRA             particulate matter. Station Improvements: 70% of canopy roofs
                             As of 6/30/11: NHL
            Section 5307     reinstalled at Cos Cob, Riverside, Old Greenwich, E. Norwalk,
            - 2009           Greens Farms, and Southport. All base plate repairs complete.
            Program of       Amenities (benches, bike racks, trash cans) completed. Phase B:
            Projects         Rizzo Constrn completed contract w/exception of platform
            consisting of:   resurface at So. Norwalk and up-and-over stairs replacement at
            1) NHL           Noroton Heights. Branford Railroad Station: Some corrective
            Station          work remains; project close out follows. 4,200' of cable tray
$13,292,586 Improvement
            ARRA             Update along Danbury Br., Eleven New Flyer 35ft Diesel Transit
                             spotted as of 6/30/11: (11) 6,423' of cable tray installed Wilton-
            Section 5307     Buses were accepted for CTTransit Waterbury. Funding for the
            - Statewide      purchase and hybrid upgrade for the above identified total of 11
            replacement      New Flyer hybrid diesel-electric transit buses are distributed over
            of 136 buses     2 FTA Grants:CT-96-X003-01 and CT-77-0001. Next Quarter:
            and              The final ten (10) Nova 60ft Hybrid Diesel-electric Transit Buses
            Improvement      are on order. Due to the natural disasters in Japan, bus delivery
            s to Park and    dates are anticipated for September - October 2011 time frame.
$64,765,531 Ride Lots.       The batteries, drive-motor and inverter are manufactured in
                             This grant allowed the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority to
                             commence a mid-life bus engine repowering project. During this
                             reporting period, the project was bid, awarded and re-powering
                             commenced. As a result of this investment, Greater Bridgeport
                             Transit’s fleet of fixed route city buses will have an extended
            Engine           life, be more reliable, have reduced on-going maintenance costs,
            Repowering       an 11% improvement in efficiency and 80% reduction in diesel
         $0 Program          particulate matter. at the pulse point is nearing completion.
                             July 2011: The work
                             The project is at approximately 90% complete, with some
                             electrical and lighting work remaining as well as the installation of
                             signs and security cameras. Construction of the pulse point
                             moved forward during this quarter with a number of components
            Pulse Point      completed. 1.Canopies have been completed. 2.Shelters have
            Facility         been installed. 3.All brickwork has been completed. 4.The
            Improvement      concrete street has been sealed and salt guard has been applied.
 $1,500,000 s                5.All landscaping has been of $2,800,000 will2011: During the
                             ARRA funds in the amount completed. April be used to
                             accelerate construction of a minimum operable segment (MOS)
                             of the Stamford Urban Transitway (SUT), a 1.6 mile fixed
                             guideway connector, from Elm Street and going north along
                             Myrtle Avenue. This acceleration of the project schedule creates
                             additional jobs and reduces impacts to local businesses as the
            Stamford         affected roadways and access points are re-opened sooner.
            Urban            The MOS will begin at the Elm Street/ Myrtle Avenue/ Jefferson
 $1,100,000 Transitway       Update as of 6/30/11: extend approximately 750 feet north on
                             Street intersection and Buses This Quarter: Eleven (11) New
                             Flyer 35ft Hybrid Diesel-electric Transit Buses were accepted for
                             CTTransit Waterbury. Funding for the purchase and hybrid
                             upgrade for the above identified 11 New Flyer hybrid diesel-
                             electric transit buses are distributed over 2 FTA Grants: CT-96-
                             X003-01 and CT-77-0001. Next Quarter: The final six (6) Nova
            Stationary       60ft Hybrid Diesel-electric Transit Buses are on order. Due to the
            Fuel Cells &     natural disasters in Japan, bus delivery dates are anticipated for
         $0 Hybrid Buses
            ARRA             ARRA Project status 2011 6/30/11: The Estuary Transit District
                             September - October as of time frame. The batteries, drive-motor
            Section 5309     installed cell phones and antennas for use on the buses,
            -                purchased and installed a snow plow on their hybrid support
            Procurement      vehicle, purchased fare counting equipment, purchased two
            of Bus           hyrbrid cutaway buses, installed on-board surveillance cameras,
            Rolling Stock    and purchased a wheelchair to transport customers. In addition,
            and Support      the Department reviewed and approved the Estuary Transit
            Equipment;       District?s request to purchase 2 security cameras systems for the
 $1,315,482 Maintenance      hybrid paratransit vehicles. An order was placed for 10
                         The TIGER grant will foster the development of a regional
                         network for priority buses in the Washington, DC region, including
             PRIORITY    improving bus transportation along priority corridors in the District
             BUS         of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia, multimodal improvements
             TRANSIT IN for bus transit connecting portions of Northern Virginia with the
             THE         District of Columbia, and the construction of a new multi-modal
             NATIONAL transit venter in Prince George's County. This quarter a
             CAPITAL     consultant firm was contracted for performance monitoring of the
    $288,741 REGION      TIGER projects. The$132.9 million of the $184.1 million and
                         Metro has expended City of Alexandria, WMATA, MDOT,
                         awarded. Metro has obligated $171.3 million in contracts. $12.8
                         million will be spent on work performed by WMATA staff and for
                         future contract awards.       Progress on active projects includes: -
                         Site preparation has completed and construction has begun for
             Buses(47),  the bus garage at DC Village. - Construction of a new bus body
             vans(74),   and paint shop is over halfway to completion. - Information
             station     Technology hardware and software have been installed and data
$132,881,644 upgrades    centers security hasJune, 2011, Metro - Fencing modifications,
                         Through the end of been upgraded. has expended $11.3
                         million of the $17.7 million awarded. All projects have begun. All
                         remaining funds are committed to contract awards and staff
                         labor. Progress through June, 2011 for ongoing projects includes:
             Rail        - 66 of 72 chemical sensors have been relocated. Over half of
             Improvement 635 new sensors and alarms have been installed. - Final designs
             s&          are being reviewed for the replacement of the sales office at
             Equipment   Metro Center. - Four specialized locomotives for providing
 $11,318,701 Purchases   maintenance on railways have been ordered and have begun




                            During this quarter, work was primarily performed in TN, NC, MI,
                            MN and OK to monitor progress on ARRA funded projects.
                            Training was provided to grantees from Tribal Transit Recipients
                            in OK, WA, and NC




                            During this quarter, conducted Title VI Compliance Reviews for
                            ARRA recipients in TN,GA and WI.




                            Activities included Grantee meetings, document reviews, site
                            visits, and preparation of trip reports and monitoring reports




                            Completed planning for conducting EEO Compliance Reviews for
                            ARRA recipients. Completed planning and scheduling
                            assignments. Conducted desk reviews and issued agenda
                            letters for one ARRA new Silverliner V rail cars have been
                            (25-514-02) Four (4) recipients.
                            ordered from SEPTA and delivery is expected in 2011, no
                            expenditures to date; (27-531-04) Construction of additional bus
                            maintenance service bays and a parts room at the DART Mid-
                            County Facility is almost complete; (29-021-01) The Park & Ride
                            project at Route 896 and Route 4 in Newark, DE is substantially
             4 Rail Cars,   complete; and (25-020-01) Bus transfer center in Dover, DE.
             ADA Imp,       Funded by FTA and FHWA (2009031). This report includes only
  $9,145,842 Facilities     the FTA portion (29%) of the project. The construction is
                             The grant focuses on retrofitting Delaware Transit Corporation
                             facilities with solar panels, which generate costs savings through
                             fossil fuel energy reductions. The environmental benefits of
                             integrating solar energy within the facilities are annual reduction
                             of approximately 367,000 pounds in carbon dioxide (CO2). The
                             investment in solar energy will return dividends based on the
            Solar Panel      reduction in annual building usage of kilowatt hours of purchased
         $0 Installations    electricity. This project has been awarded.
                             No Expenditures this quarter. Anticipate construction to
                             commence on Park & Ride lot within the next 60 days. Currently
                             requesting FTA for permission to submit Budget Revision for
                             unutilized ARRA grant funds. Both large projects (Bus Wash /
                             Park & Ride Lot) have come considerably under budget. Total of
            FY09 ARRA        all Operating Funds have been previously expended. Bus Wash
            GRANT:           is Complete and fully operational. Contract awarded to
            Parking Lot &    Contractor for construction of Parking Lot May 2010. FY 2009
   $152,566 Bus Wash
            ARRA 5307        Section 5307 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
                             No drawdowns processed this qtr. Kendall Bus project awaiting
            Miami-Dade       final invoice $280,363, completion of all open items by New Flyer.
            Transit &        Kendall Signalization Project specs in development, awaiting
            Municipal        RFP. Metromover Inner Loop Stations Escalator Replacement &
            Projects -       New Canopies - NTP 1/31/11. Replace Pool Vehicles specs to
            vehicle          Cty GSA & DPM. Metrorail Graphics & Signage designer 100%
            purchases,       design plans completed 1/23/11 - reviewing pckg. TOS - 3/24/11
            infrastructure   mtg complete bidding process. Palmetto Station Traction Power
 $4,506,102 , ADA -
            ARRA             Sub-Station Cty Mgr approved project for readvertisement
                             JTA's ARRA grant is being used to purchase buses for expansion
            Expansion        of our Community Shuttle fleet, as well as full-sized buses to
            and              replace aging fleet. It is also being used to purchase materials to
            Replacement      upgrade and repair our facilities and equipment, and to assist
            of various       with some operating costs. Investing in transportaion,
            sizes of         environmental protection, and other infrastructure will provide
            Buses,           long-term economic benefits. ----- Requested and received
            Renovate         Budget Revision to continue projects; Community Vans partially
 $2,895,556 and              received, problems worked out ; Specifications modified for
                             Palm Beach County will use the funds to purchase 13 motor fans
                             to outfit 13 diesel buses and improve their gas mileage
                             performance. Palm Beach County will use the purchasing
                             contract for Broward County, it covers the same type of motor
            PBC -            fans, the contract has an assignability clause. The contract to
            TIGGER -         purchase the EMP motor fans has been approved. The purchase
            Thermal          order for the fans has been completed. Delivery of the EMP fans
         $0 Motor Fans       is expected the firstYear 2011 2012. $6,591 for Automated
                             Quarter 3 of Fiscal Quarter of Drew
                             Farebox parts and 2,106 for tires. No other activity. Currently
                             working to rebudget the construction a new facility to purchase
                             and renovation of existing facility. Quarter 2 of Fiscal Year 2011
                             Board requested review of alternative sites for new facility at
                             March meeting. Several alternative sites with existing facilities
           Construct         capable of meeting current needs are availabe for less than the
           Transit           cost of building a new facility on the Douglas Road property.
  $664,544 Facility          Board will review one more alternative site in April. Staff has




                         Security enhancement projects have been completed in the North
            PBC - ARRA   and South County location, 8 EMP Motor Fans were delivered
            25 Repl      and installed. Notice to proceed has been issued to the
            Buses, Maint contractor for the Delray Beach Shelter project. Four of the six
$18,493,850 Facility     1)MAINTENANCE FACILITY: Short List completed.
                         projects covered by this grant have been& Presentation Ranking
                         Meetings were held for A/E services. ACAI Associates, Inc. was
           Ravenswood selected. After several negotiation meetings the contract was
           Facility      approved by the Board for just under $2M, & a schedule of 1
           Construction, year. NTP & kickoff meeting planned for July. The Project
           Technical & Support Services RLI, with an estimated Cost of $500K, was
           Stop          approved by the Board in May, & advertised shortly thereafter.
           Enhancemen Only 1 submittal was received so it was re-solicitation. Several
  $234,127 t             meetings were held related to securing off-site parking during
            ARRA          During the reporting period, the Architect/Engineer (A/E) Design
            Capital -     Professional continued work on the site work design and the
            Transit Depot building design. The actual design work was approximately 70%
   $112,615 (1)           complete at the end of the reporting period.
                          Design of transit administration facility has been completed.
                          Contract for general contractor awarded during June 2011. To
                          date, $9,032.48 of ARRA funds have been expended on project
                          design. In addition, $203,763.04 has been expended on the
                          project from FL-90-X500 (an FY 2004 Section 5307 grant). To
            Transit       date, $228,104 of ARRA funds have been expended for operating
            Administratio expenses (10% of this ARRA grant is allocated towards operating
     $9,032 n Building of expenses).has allowed HART to purchase 20 replacement 40-FT
            Purchase      This grant
            buses and     buses and 2 expansion paratransit vans. It will also allow an
            paratransit   exterior body overhaul of 107 transit buses. HART will purchase
            vans,         and install 80 security surveillance cameras and 5 DVRs at 3
            accessibility HART facilities. Improvements and renovations will be made at
            and facility  the 21st Avenue Operating Facility which will include the
            improvement administration building, the heavy maintenance facility building,
            s, streetcar parking, access and associated drainage improvements. This
$11,786,517 extension     grant will allow engineering, design and construction for the
            Two
            Replacement
            Buses; ADA Collier Area Transit: The ITS project has begun. The vendor has
            Operations; been selected. The contract has been developed and is being
            Miscellaneou presented to the Board of County Commissioners for approval on
            s             July 26, 2011. The specifications for the procurement of
            Security/ITS Electronic Fareboxes have been developed. The RFP
 $1,319,292 Equipment     Campaign for is set to take place in July, 2011.
                          advertisementinstallation of the mini-hybrid thermal cooling
                          system equipment started on 06/01/2010. Because last quarter
                          resulted in all work being completed by the vendor(total of 80
                          vehicles) this quarter (4/1/2011-6/30/2011) we were able to close
                          out all remaining contractual issues and analyze the fuel savings.
            TIGGER:       We are recognizing a 3% fuel savings, but anticipate that will
            Fleet         increase once some Cummins engine issues (premature fuel
            retrofits/EMP injector failures and clogged filters) are changed out through a
 $2,000,000 s (80) buses campaign. Additionally there will be savings due to reduction in




            SunTran -   Purchased replacement vehicle for SunTran. Funds expended
    $74,465 ARRA        for preventive maintenance activities on fleet of vehicles.
                        Issued and began task order work with consultant to support
                        SFRTA staff in document control, engineering and design review.
                        Contract kick off meeting occurred on May 19, 2011 at Brookville
                        Equipment in Brookville Pa. Established secure web site as the
                        repository for all users to view current status and contract
            FY09 ARRA documents and submissions as well as links to other appropriate
            (1)         information to assist users of the site. Conduct weekly
         $0 Locomotives conference calls each Wednesday to review progress.




            Purchase of
            five Hybrid     RouteMatch AVL System is 85% complete. All units are installed
 $1,452,434 Buses           in the buses. The dispatchers and drivers are now being trained
                            Funding was utilized for capitalized maintenance activities of the
                            existing bus fleet. No new jobs were created along these lines as
           WHAT (5)         existing Fleet Maintenance staff was utilized. Funding was
           Bus, PM,         utilized for the purchase of 20 Mobile Data Terminals for
           Fare             paratransit operations associated with ADA service. There were
           Collection,      no new jobs created or sustained to be reported from this
$2,182,053 Surv/Sec         purchase. will allow the transit agency to purchase eight low-
                            This grant
           Purchase of      floor, energy-efficient buses, to purchase and install
           8                approximately 50 shelters for bus passengers, and to purchase
           Replacement      and install surveillance/secuirty cameras and associated
           Buses, 50        equipment for buses. As a result of these investments, the
           Bus Shelters,    transit agency will be able to offer public transportation service
           Surveillance/    that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and
           Security         more accessible for people with disabilities. A contract has been
        $0 Equipment        executed to build and deliver buses. Buses were delivered in in
                            Construction on the Intermodal Transit Transfer Facility began
           Construct        October, 2010. As of June 30, 2011, completed work includes:
           Facility;        site prep, drainage and sewer lines, retention area, main building
           Bike/Pedestri    construction, colonnade area, exterior doors/frames, tower walls,
           an               parking lot paving, cistern system. Work in progress includes
           Accessibility;   finish plumbing, lightning protection, roofing, work on the gravity
           Park and         wall, stucco on the exterior walls and painting. The 6'6'' X 11' 6''
           Ride;            Mosaic Mural located on an exterior wall is 75% complete. The
$1,036,022 Amenities        project is estimated to be 90% complete.' additional service
                            This grant allows the District to purchase
                            suport vehicles, construct a new fueling island and money
           Vehicle          counting building, install additional security measures, perform
           replacement,     preventive capital maintenance, and provide operating
           Construction     assistance. As a result of these investments, the District will be
           of new           able to operate more efficiently and more safely. This quarter
           facility,        we continued construction of the new facilities, and developed
           Operating        specifications for additional bids for this grant. While no funds
$2,803,250 assistance       have been invoiced/received, expenditures outlayed pursuant to




          2009 ARRA
          FHWA Flex
          Funds - Two In the current quarter the van with wheelchair access and eleven
 $282,601 Buses       support vehicles have been acquired.




          2009 ARRA
          FHWA Flex    The bus has been ordered from Gillig, LLC. Manufacture and
          Funds - Two  payment for the bus is not expected to occur until Fiscal Year
 $329,294 Buses        2011.
                       This grant has allowed PSTA to purchase 14 new replacement
                       buses. A purchase order for the buses was issued on 9/2/2009,
           ARRA 2009- after Board approval on 8/26/2009. First vehicle was delivered on
           14 Hybrid   7/18/2010 and final vehicle was delivered on 8/6/2010. Graphics
           buses,      on all vehicles have been completed and buses have been put
           Communicati into service This grant has also allowed PSTA to purchase a new
           on system,  AVL system with Real-Time passenger information. PSTA's
           Passenger   Board of Directors awarded the contract to Clever Devises on
$9,336,477 Amenities   9/22/2010 and work has begun on the project. This grant has




                            During this period, 7 35-foot buses were received and placed in
                            service, passenger amenities and bicycle equipment was
           TRANSIT          purchased and installed; orders for 7 trolleys, 2 40-foot buses and
$3,687,623 CAPITAL          2 29-foot vehicles for ADA service were finalized
                          This grant allowed LYNX to continue manufacturing and
                          installation of 300 passenger shelters to protect and enhance our
                          customers' transit experience; completion of construction of
                          additional parking facilities at the operations center; begin work
                          for furnishing & installing two new emergency generators,
            ARRA 61       upgrading the electrical/mechanical system and adding a paint
            Vehicles,     booth at our operations center to improve our ability to respond to
            Facilities,   emergency situations and/or natural disasters; complete
$18,553,259 Equipment     installation of a bus video surveillance system on 10 buses and




            FY2009 10     This grant allows the transit agency to purchase 10 low sulfer,
 $3,986,949 Buses, 3 P-T low floor buses, and 3 new mini-buses.
                          Metromover Bicentennial Park Station Rehab: Submittals of
                          Technical Proposals were received on 4/29/11 from the five (5)
                          Advancing firms.Second Tier Oral Presentation Bid Opening and
            ARRA 5309 Ranking was held on 6/14/11. WI-FI Rail Station: The preliminary
            Metrostation, system design review was completed on 5/16/11. Metrorail Track
            Metrorail, & & Guideway Refurbishment: Chief Track Supervisor started on
            Metromover 4/18/11. To date eleven (11) frogs were installed:(1)MLK,
   $575,715 Projects      (4)Okeechobee No,(2) So Cross-over,(3) I-95, & (1)Douglas Rd.

                         The Intelligent Transportation System: Installation complete
                         Cattleman Transfer Station: construction is underway including
                         TVM construction and installation with substantial construction
            ARRA 2       complete in November 2011 Bus Stops: Ordered 10 Type I
            Buses, ITS, shelters and benches, 20 Type II shelters and benches, 4 Type III
            equip,       shelters and benches, and 160 Bike racks Hybrid bus
 $1,694,022 Transfer Fac purchase: Received 3 - 35' and 3 - 29' hybrid motorcoaches

                        This grant has allowed Space Coast Area Transit to purchase
                        and receive 20 replacement vans for the vanpool fleet program.
           16 buses, 20 Has also allowed Transit Services to rehabilitate and renovate the
           vans, rehab South bus terminal to offer public transportation service that is
           and          safer and more reliable. SCAT has also ordered 8 of the 16 Gillig
           renovations, buses, and has ordered benches and bus shelters to be installed
  $249,521 bus shelters in the Cities of Cape Canaveral and Melbourne.




            Exp-3
            Buses/10
            vans, Repl-
            2vans, P and During the 3rdQ FY2011 there were encumberances and a
 $1,003,844 R            drawdown.
                         Issued and began task order work with consultant to support
                         SFRTA staff in document control, engineering and design review.
                         Contract kick off meeting occurred on May 19, 2011 at Brookville
                         Equipment in Brookville Pa. Established secure web site as the
                         repository for all users to view current status and contract
            FY09 ARRA documents and submissions as well as links to other appropriate
            (4)          information to assist users of the site. Conduct weekly
         $0 Locomotives conference calls each Wednesday to review progress.




            Replacement
            of buses,
 $2,018,978 Park & Ride 2 Buses placed on order to be delivered approximately Dec 2010.
            Non-
            urbanized
            transit capital   Deliverables include buses, mobility management services,
$14,871,004 assistance
            Purchase 9        preventative maintenance, security systems, lighting, shelters
            35 foot
            Hybrid buses
            and
            purchase 5
            22' cutaway
            paratransit       This is the first step in getting our fleet into going green by going
            vehicles and      to hybrid vehicles which should use less fuel.No vendors are less
 $6,645,681 Rhab/Renov        than $25000.




                              Staff performed Project Management Oversight functions for FTA
                              ARRA Grant projects to verify project progress and expenditures
                              for SW Moody Streetcar Improvements in Portland, OR and
            Georgia           ODOT Passenger Vehicle Procurement for Salem, OR.
            Statewide         This grant will allow Georgia to assist small urbanized transit
            Small Urban       agencies to purchase vehicles, upgrade ITS equipment, procure
            Transit           security/surveillance equipment, upgrade transit facilities and
            Grant: 20         perform preventive maintenance. This last quarter activities that
            Vehicles,         continued this quarter were the rehabilitation and renovation of a
            Fare              transit facility in Macon, engineering and design for a multi-modal
            Collection        facility in Albany and architecture and engineering for a new bus
 $2,412,437 Equipment,        maintenance have been ordered from the manufacturer.
                              7 new buses facility in Rome.
                              Manufacturing is expected to begin mid year 2010. We anticipate
                              first bus delivery Feb. 01, 2011 and last bus Feb.25,2011. New
                              radios have been delivered and paid for. Bus Shelters have been
            CAT ARRA 7        ordered and delivered. As of September 30, 2010, the installation
            replace           of new bus shelters is ongoing. Addtional bus shelters order to
            bus/Trans         replace delipated shelters on system's route.During the period of
            Enhancemen        April-June 2010 there were off the shelf purchases for bus
 $4,012,435 t
            Preventive        security cameras and busJune 30, 2011, activities performed still
                              During the quarter ended shelters. As of Dec 31,2010 we are
            Maintenance       under this grant supported MARTA's Fire Protection System
            for Bus/Rail      Upgrade project. For the Fire Protection System Upgrade project,
            Operations;       Grant funds supported work performed by MARTA in-house
            Procurement       Project Management staff and by Metropolitan Atlanta Transit
            of 17             Consultants, Inc., a vendor serving as MARTA's General
            replacement       Engineering Consultant. These combined activities included
            Clean Fuel        project management, design review, inspection and oversight of
$23,612,815 Buses with        the Design/Build contractor (M.C. Dean, Inc.) who is

            Georgia
            Statewide
            Rural Transit
            Grant: 182
            vehicles, ITS,
            facilities,       This quarter sub-recipients continued to make capital purchases
 $9,925,947 software
            Five              and a statewide scheduling softare was purchased.
            replacements
            vans, five        Due to time constraints on allocations within the grant, no
            expanision        projects were completed in the previous quarter. Approvals from
            vans, two         FTA for the reallocation of the remaining funds from ALI 11.7A.00
            administrativ     (Preventative Maintenance) to ALIs 11.44.03 (Rehab/Renovation
            e/operations      Admin/Maint Facility) and 11.42.20 (Acquisition Miscellaneous
            vehicles,         Equipment) were recieved in late June 2011. It is anticipated that
   $314,577 preventive        these remaining funds will be used by December 2011.
                       (2nd Quarter 2011); $2561.00 in PM (Mar/Apr/May.
                       ____________ (1st Quarter 2011); $410.00 in PM; $1168 in
                       Vehicle Maintenance; ___________ (4th Quarter 2010);
           ARRA -      $1200.00 in PM; $27,255 in Comm. Eqpt;$21,555.00 for
           Expansion   Surv/Sec Eqpt; $20119.00 in Shop Eqpt. _____________ (3rd
           Vehicle-PM- Quarter 2010) Activities for the current quarter include $4,848.90
           Misc-       for Preventive Maintenance (11-7A-00); $7,037.00 for Support
           Enhancemen Equipment (11.42.20); $47,353.00 in Shop Equipment (11.42.06)
  $610,341 ts          and $49,009.00 in Bus Expansion (11.13.03)
                       Project progress during Quarter ending 6/30/11 included the mid-
                       life overhaul of 4, 2002 model year compressed natural gas
                       powered Orion VII buses. This transit bus reconditioning and
                       improvements project will ensure the safe and reliable operation
           ARRA - (2)  and cost-effective maintenance over the remaining six year life of
           Replacement the public transit buses providing local, fixed-route transit service
           (28) Rehab in Gwinnett County. We anticipate an additional 10 buses to be
$2,630,642 Vehicles    reconditioned with a completion date in late 2011.


                           The Sigman Park and Ride lot expansion is complete. We are
                           currently waiting on punch list items to be complete to continue
           ARRA Bus-       the project close out process. One punch list item, the
           1/Construct     interconnect between the signal installed at the intersection of
           Park & Ride     Chambers Drive and Sigman Road, is currently delayed awaiting
  $654,187 Facilities of
           Purchase        This grant allows the cross their tracks.
                           approval from CSX totransit agency to purchase four (4) Low
           four (4)        Floor Clean Diesel and three (3) Trolley Clean Diesel Buses,
           replacement     replace worn out shelters, trash cans, benches, install security
           buses, three    cameras on eight (8) existing buses and install automatic stop
           (3)             announcement systems on five (5) buses. As result of these
           replacement     investments, the transit agency will be able to offer public
           Trolleys,       transportation service that is safer more reliable and more
           Enhancemen      enviromentally friendly. 3rd Qtr activities o13 Bus shelters were
$2,769,634 t               delivered and inspected in February 2011, the project is Atlanta
                           This grant provides funding that allows the Metropolitan 100%
                           Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) to advance the implementation
                           of the fire protection system upgrade project. MARTA is utilizing
                           these ARRA funds to upgrade and/or replace the fire protection
                           system at an estimated five (5) locations. As a result of this
           Fire            investment, our public transit system will be safer and the
           Protection      emergency response capability will have greatly increased. This
           System          project is being implemented via a third party design/build
$4,080,158 Upgrade         contract, awarded to M.C. Dean, Inc. Activities performed by




           ARRA Aug 3
           repl bus/1
           van/1
           truck/misc
$1,456,717 expense      Purchasedprovides funding to the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid
                        This grant one 2011 Ford F150 Truck
                        Transit Authority (MARTA) that supports the design, acquisition,
                        construction and installation of a solar-panel canopy facility at the
           Design/Build MARTA Laredo Drive Bus Operations & Maintenance Facility in
           Solar        DeKalb County, Georgia. Activities during the quarter ended
           Canopies at June 30, 2011 included various construction-related activities.
           the MARTA These activities included, but were not limited to, completion of
           Laredo Bus Phase 1 foundations and steel canopy structures, paintng of
$3,872,322 Facility     structures, installation of solar panels, on 3-31-2011. anticipated
                        construction started on the Lube shop sandblasting of the
                        completion in 90 days. A RFP was issued 11-15-2010 for the
                        Lube Shop construction. proposals are bding evualted and we
                        anticipate that a construction contract will be signed in February
                        2011. The IVR software project is 95%complete and should be
           ARRA         completed by 2-28-2011. Site and building plans are being
           Transit      developed for the new Transit Lube Shop. The new IVR,
           Capital      passenger notification system is in the final testing stage and
  $374,416 Assistance   shoud be ready on the first of November. no funds have been
                             On July 1, 2010, this grant was amended to provide $5 million in
            Preventive       additional Federal assistance for an additional project - the
            Maintenance;     MARTA Rail AC Track Circuit Upgrade and Train Alert Lights
            Rail AC          project. This is in addition to the previously awarded funding that
            Track Circuit    supported the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority's
            Upgrade and      provision of preventive maintenance to ensure the reliability and
            Train Alert      safety of transit infrastructure and rolling stock. This investment
            Lights           in Preventive Maintenance helped to balance MARTA's annual
$25,070,587 Project
            The projects     Operations Budget for FY 2010, thereby allowing essential transit
            include          This grant has allowed the transit agency to provide paratransit
            preventive       service to the disabled community which provides a means of
            maintenance      transportation to and from work and other destinations for
            service,         persons uanble to use the fixed route service due to a disability.
            providing        As a result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to
            paratransit      offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable,
            and fixed        more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for people
 $6,748,722 route service,   with disabilities.




                           Acquisition Support Services for FTA Office of Procurement.
                           COTR: Paul Veltri the Guam Regional Transit Authority to
                           This grant will allow
                           purchase 3 (three) 30 ft. Long ADA accessible buses and 1 (one)
                           less than 30 ft. long ADA accessible bus to expand the fixed-
                           route and the paratransit services. As a result of this investment,
                           the Guam Regional Transit Authority will be able to offer public
            Acquisition of transportation services that are safer, more affordable, more
            Transit        reliable, more accessible, and more environmentally friendly not
            Vehicles       only to the general riding public but also for the transit dependent
         $0 (ARRA)         populations such as the elderly, disabled, and economically
                           STIP #OC16, Original budget: $19,345,207, Amount budgeted
                           this grant: $20,145,779.00, Bus and Handi-Van Acquisition
                           Program - Contract with New Flyer of America, Inc. for purchase
                           of 19.75 buses executed January 5, 2010 by City; amendment to
                           contract for upgrades for electric AC and radios executed March
                           30, 2010. Additional funds of $254,793 for .25 buses of a 20 bus
                           purchase from ARRA HI-56-0001-00. STIP #OC17, Amount
            HI-96-X001- budgeted this grant: $4,000,000, Honolulu-High Capacity Transit
$30,777,046 00             Corridor Project - Consultant Contract executed with PB


            Rural Transit
            Capital       Purchase of the following buses: 4 - 30foot buses w/ ADA lifts, 5 -
            Assistance    <30foot buses w/ ADA lifts, 3 - 35foot low floor buses, and 2-
            for the       40foot coach buses and bus shelters. The 'Total Federal Amount
            expansion of  ARRA Funds Received/Invoiced' for quarter 4 of 2010 was
 $2,861,109 service       7/1/2011-No activity since amount should have been $1,883,297.
                          inputed incorrectly, correctintial April 2011 purchase. Amount
            Invest in     remaining in grant ($414.00) will be used to purchase additional
            public        MDT as soon as other grants which have been awarded to this
            transportatio transit agency are released. ****** 4/14/2011-11 MDT units
            n by          arrived and a check has been issued for payment in the amount
            purchasing    of $43,723.00. Remaining amount of grant, $414.00, will be used
            Mobile Data   towards purchase of additional unit which should occur on/before
            Terminals for July 2011. Grant will be closed out at that time. *** 3/11/11-We
    $43,723 buses.        are expecting delivery of the Mobile Data Terminals. This should
                          This quarter the grant funded the purchase of suveilllance
                          systems on the LD buses, concrete on the storage barn and
                          south drives, bus signage, and implementation assistance on the
            Twelve        Automatic Vehicle Locating System (AVL). Previous quarters
            Buses,        funded replacement of deteriorating concrete at the facility,
            Equipment, began the bid and procurement specifications needed for the
            Pavement,     AVL System, purchase of seven HD Buses & five LD buses, bus
 $3,697,770 Construction. signage, construction on the barn, and operating assistance.
            Transit
            Capital
            Assistance-
            Small           All vehicles and passenger sheltered ordered, mostvehicles
 $8,577,758 Urbanized       delivered, facility project is well under way.




            Upgrade to   Harnesses for mechanics working on the capacitors on the roof
            Hybrid       of the buses have been installed. A second laptop computer to be
            Electric     used for diagnostics on the hybrid transmissions has been
            Transmission pruchased. All expenses have been completed, but the last of the
 $1,581,221 s            funds received will be in July 2011.
                         All vehicles ordered, one facility project completed and three
                         other facilities almost complete. Investment in transit vehicles
                         and facilities by Iowa's 16 regional transit systems and 7 urban
                         transit systems serving communities of under 50,000 population.
            Transit      The result is provision of service to many users who depend on
            Capital      public transportation in smaller cities and rural areas, promotion
            Assistance - of economic development, safety improvements, cost savings,
            Non-         and environmental benefits. Key deliverables: Purchase of 172
$14,504,799 urbanized    vehicles, and 4 facility improvements including some or all of the




            Purchase of
            four
            replacement Reply: The buses will be completed 06/01/2011. There has been
         $0 buses       no activity this quarter.


                       Constuction has begun and photos of the progress may be seen
                       at http://www.fpm.iastate.edu/webcam/intermodal/. The
                       construction is on schedule. Architects have completed the
            Ames       schematic drawings and construction documents for the project.
            Intermodal Requests for bids went out in December 2010. Bid opening will
 $1,791,584 Facility   be ingrant will allow the agency to review 148 bus stops in
                       This mid-January 2011.
                       Canyon County, Idaho and to upgade as many of those stops as
                       possible to meet the guildelines of the Americans with Disabilites
                       Act (ADA). The upgrades will provide disabled individuals better
                       access public transportations, enhance overall accessibility for all
            Nampa ADA public transportation customers and improve the overall system
            Bus Stop   operation to encourage more riders on the public transit system.
            Enhancemen Project Activity: Design has begun for 75 bus stops in Canyon
    $18,038 ts         County. Construction bids these 75 stops are estimated to be




            09 ARRA         Request for Bids (RFB) for the Passenger Shelters was
            TTP Bus (3),    advertised. The Tribe received two bids and selected the lowest
            Shelters,       bid and the second bid will be the alternate. Currently an
         $0 Washer          agreement is being discussed.




            Targhee         TRPTA contracted for up-dating its Quonset Hut into a secure
            Regional        garage for 12-14 transit vehicles; removing an existing sidewalk
            Public          and installing a heated sidewalk for use in icy winter conditions;
            Transportatio   for 100 new bus stop signs; and installing logos and lettering on
   $732,320 n Authority     TRPTA's new buses.
          Citylink
          Transit         Citylink has retained consulting services for owner's
          Passenger       representative and architectural design. The design phase is
          Transfer        complete and an invitation for bids has been issued. Bus has
 $174,521 Facility.       been purchased.




           Shoshone-
           Bannock        The four (4) buses ordered for this program were delivered in
           Tribes TTP     February 2011. Payment for the buses was sent out on April 21,
  $264,700 Program
           ID-86-X001-    2011. received $9,222,783 of rural ARRA transit funding and
                          Idaho
           01 09ARRA      awarded $7,912,150 to 24 sub-recipients to meet locally
           5311           developed strategies in rural Idaho. The Division of Public
           Bus,Capital,   Transportation directly manages $1,310,633 to implement a
           Preventive     coordinated local, regional and statewide mobility management
           Maintenace,    system. During the quarter, the Division continued to fund the
           Mobility       statewide mobility association that focuses on coordinating rural,
           Management     urban, intercity and statewide mobility strategies. The Division
$6,526,240 and            also continuedprovide funding to communication,five (5)
                          This grant will to fund statewide purchase up to education and
                          replacement diesel buses resulting in higher vehicle reliability on
                          routes and lower maintenance expenses for the system. The
                          new buses are newer generation diesel which should result in
                          improved performance, enhanced fuel efficiency and lower
                          inventory costs. Bids were received on an RFP Issued in
                          November. The VRT Board approved award of the contract to
           Nampa          Gillig corp. The contract has been signed. The pilot bus for
    $2,388 Buses          Nampa is scheduledthe enter production in August stops inFull
                          This grant will allow to agency to review 723 bus 2011. Ada
                          County, Idaho and to upgade as many of those stops as possible
                          to meet the guildelines of the Americans with Disabilites Act
                          (ADA). The upgrades will provide disabled individuals better
                          access public transportations, enhance overall accessibility for all
          Boise ADA       public transportation customers and improve the overall system
          Bus Stop        operation to encourage more riders on the public transit system.
          Enhancemen      Phase I of the project has been completed. Phase II will begin
 $119,898 ts              construction activity 2011been completion scheduled for Grant
                          This quarter in July has with put on hold as our new FTA
                          Administrator (Christine Fueston) reviews all FTA Grants. Last
                          quarter Kootenai County purchased snow tires and retrofit items
                          for their new transit buses. The County also purchased and
                          received, in prior quarters, seven 33 passenger buses and five 16
                          passenger buses and one 12 passenger bus. Procurement and
           ID-96-X006-    bid processes were followed and completed along with letters of
           01/5311        agreement to purchase these buses. All buses have
$1,276,606 ARRA Grant     wheelchairwill provide Additional funds are being eight (8)
                          This grant access. funding to purchase up to used to
                          replacement Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses resulting in
                          higher vehicle reliability on routes and lower maintenance
                          expenses for the system. The new buses are newer generation
                          CNG which will resolve many of the issues experienced with
          Boise Buses,    earlier CNG buses. Funding will also be used to acquire
          Shelters and    hardware and software to implement technolgical solutions to
          Information     transit issues including partcipation in a statewide 511 system
 $317,118 Technology      that will allow system riders to track the status of the bus on their


           Administratio
           n Facility
           Roof/
           Parking Lot
           Resurfacing,
$1,218,386 Fuel Island   installed software for the fuel management system.
                          These funds will be used for 1) bridge rehabilitation and/or
                          reconstruction; and the replacement of fiber optic cable. Major
                          reconstruction and rehabilitation of bridges will completely
                          upgrade the bridges to ensure continued safe operation well into
                          the future. The fiber optic cable line network will support voice
                          and data needs and will be more reliable than previous systems.
             2009 Bridge It will form the backbone for future wireless systems. Completion
             Rehab/Signal of the two components of this system, the signal component and
          $0 Upgrade      the telecommunications component, is necessary in order to




            Vehicles and
            Communicati
            on
   $202,145 Equipment
            Repair Track Repeater location determined.
                         Replaced aging and deteriorating components of Dearborn
            & Structure, Subway Track system in order to bring the track system into a
            Preventive   state of good repair and improve service on the Blue Line
            Maintenance, between O'Hare and Forest Park Terminals; work for this is
            Facility     substantially complete and the project is in close out.
            Improvement  Rehabilitation of subway escalators is complete. This project
            s, and       improved the condition of these escalators, making them safer
            Reconstruct  and more reliable. The Cermak/ Chinatown rapid transit train
$46,545,868 Rail Stations
            Purchase     station project installation of complete safety & security video
                         Purchase and is substantially complete.
            and          system to be utilized at all District facilities and a few prime bus
                         stop locations. Cameras will be installed at Illinois Terminal, our
            installation of
            complete     main customer and public use facility; maintenance garages; and
            safety &     administrative and operations faciliy. The cameras will have
            security     motion-detectors so that they only record when necessary, and
            video system all video images will be kept on a digital video recorder. The
                         project is for the purchase of all equipment and installation of all
            to be utilized
                         equipment. 7/13/2011 - Consultant completedplatform shelters,
                         These funds will be used for the installation of specifications and
         $0 at all District
                         which will provide protection from weather-related elements for
                         inbound and outbound passengers, providing them with a more
                         comfortable commuter experience; the replacement of fiber optic
                         cable to support voice and data needs and make the system
            2009         more reliable; locomotive remanufacturing which will bring
            locomotive   locomotives to a like-new condition, allowing Metra to sustain
            Rehab/Statio reliable commuter service well into the future; a new station to
 $7,071,764 n Renov      serve the Illinois Institute of Technology campus, U.S. Cellular
                         (7-9-11) As noted in previous reports, the Solar Thermal Project
                         is part of the overall project of constructing a new Transit
                         Maintenance Facility. Solar Thermal design is underway and
                         should be completed during the next quarterly report cycle. Bid
                         solicitations will be issued and a contract award and
            Solar        implementation schedule will follow. Overall project completion,
            Thermal Hot including solar thermal is stall planned for the Fall of 2012. (4-2-
            Water        2011) The Grantee has entered a contract for the overall A&E
         $0 System       design of the Transit Maintenance Facility. The Solar Thermal
                         Issued Notice to Proceed on work order for installation of
            Transit      equipment at North Park Garage. This work is ongoing. During
            Investments cold winter months significant start up idling is required to ensure
            in           buses will start and be ready for service. Installing anti-idling
            Greenhouse technology will reduce diesel emissions from parked/ idling
            Gas and      buses. This project will eliminate idling time, reduce emissions,
            Energy       reduce fuel consumption, and reduce wear and tear on the bus
    $83,736 Reduction    engine by as much as 25%


                         Masonry work, sitework, landscaping, site concrete, irragation
                         system, rough carpentry, steel studs/drywall, roofing, insulation,
                         glass/glazing, electrical, heating&venting, shett metal, sprinklers,
                         testing services, plumbing, ceilings, sealants, flooring, bridge
            ESTC         work, fencing, doors painting. ARRA Portion of project is 100%
 $3,693,756 Construction complete.
             Purchase 2
             35' transit
             buses,
             design and
             begin
             construction
             on upgrade
             or lot
    $883,400 adjacent to        None. Awaitingof bus design and modifications were made in May
                                Final approval better weather.
                                2011, the August 2011 production schedule remains. The
              Purchase of       Contract Review Meeting with the bus manufacturer was
              seven buses       conducted in February 2011 and the production schedule is now
              and               confirmed for August 2011. The bus manufacturer has
              associated        postponed the Contract Review Meeting until early Spring 2011
              capital           yet has preserved the current scheduled production date for
              maintenance       August 2011. A Contract Review Meeting will be scheduled in
           $0 items.            earlygrant has allowed us to procure and distribute paratransit
                                This 2011 in order to preserve the current scheduled production
                                replacement vehicles to our current section 5311 grantees in non-
                                urbanized areas that provide public transportation services
             Replace 74         across the state. We have currently ordered and delivered 24
             buses, 24          mini-vans, 18 light-duty buses, 38 medium-duty buses, and 19
             vans/Rural         super medium-duty buses to our grantees. Only one heavy duty
             transit facility   bus order remains for vehicle procurement. The grant has also
             improvement        allowed us to pay for necessary preliminary engineering for
  $7,294,879 s                  transit facility construction or expansion, and for small purchases


             GPMTD
             Transit
             Capital
             Investment         Received all the (20) <30ft demand response ADA paratransit
             (Bus               vechiles on April 23, 2010. Remaining vehicles received on June
  $4,203,803 Purchase)          2, 2011.




             Construction       This grant has allowed the Town of Normal to administer program
             of a               management and construction oversight for the facility, which is
             Multimodal         currently under construction. This quarter also includes funding
             Transportatio      for the construction of the facility. Construction activities currently
  $3,072,648 n Center
             Repair Track       include the erection of the structural steel.
             & Structure,       Replaced aging and deteriorating components of Dearborn
             Replace            Subway Track system to bring into a state of good repair and
             Buses,             improve service on the Blue Line between O'Hare and Forest
             Preventive         Park Terminals, eliminating slow zones, reduce maintenance,
             Maintenance,       and improve reliability. Work for this project is substantially
             Facility           complete and is in closeout stage. All buses have been delivered;
             Improvement        continuing bus inspection and warranty work. Facility
$187,180,496 s, and             improvement projects are complete and 34 close out stage. 9
                                This project will include the purchase of in hybrid buses for
                                transit agencies throughout the State of Illinois, to replace less
                                efficient vehicles, and the hiring of a consultant to evaluate and
                                analyze the performance, fuel efficiency, and greenhouse gas
                                emissions of hybrid paratransit vehicles as compared to
                                conventional paratransit vehicles. In addition, IDOT will create a
             Paratransit        how-to manual for agencies throughout the United States
             Bus Hybrid         considering the use of hybrid technology in paratransit vehicles.
  $4,014,601 Program 58
             Purchase           This grant allows Pace to have included paratransit hybrid
                                Current quarterly activitiespurchase 58 30' replacement fixed
             replacement        route buses, 190 replacement paratransit vehicles, and 83
             fixed route        replacement support vehicles for maintenance and supervisory
             30' buses,         personnel as well as staff at Headquarters. As a result of these
             Puchase 190        investments, Pace will be able to provide public transportation
             replacement        service that is safer and more reliable. Midwest Transit
             paratransit        Equipment has completed delivery of all 190 paratransit vehicles.
             vehicles, and      This contract is now completed. Eldorado National has also
 $31,674,090 purchase 83        completed delivery of 58 30' fixed route buses. Due to good
                    The Mobile Data Computer (MDC) installation project
                    commenced in August 2010 and much of the software and
                    hardware installation occurred in previous quarters. As this is a
                    purchase of software and hardware, therefore no direct jobs were
          COMMUNIC created or retained. All equipment and software installation is
          ATIONS,   complete and project is in the 6-month testing phase. When
          SHELTERS, completed, the extended warranty shall be processed and project
          ROLLING   considered completed. The VAC parking lot repaving was
 $299,860 STOCK     awarded to Curran Construction and was completed over a 2-day

                        This grant allowed Fort Wayne PTC to purchase four (4) heavy-
                        duty 35-foot hybrid-electric buses and four (4) light-duty transit
           Replacement buses and software upgrades for complementary paratransit trip
           and          planning and audio/video locator. As a result of these
           Expansion    investments, Fort Wayne PTC will be able to office public
           Bus          transportation service that is safer, more reliable and more
$1,701,197 Purchases    environmentally friendly.
                        On 1-7-2011 amount in Total Federal Amount ARRA Funds
           IN-96-X007- Recieved was omitted from this report, This has been corrected
           00 (3 Hybrid and the cumlative Total Federal Amount ARRA Funds Recieved
           30' buses, 6 total current. (Rick Wilson 1-25-2011) Purchased a computer, 4
           (22)         AVL vehicle hardware systems, licensing for software to support
           passenger    the paratransit mapping, user, & vehicle dispatch systems.
           vans, shop   Various small tools, three storage cabinets, a toolbox, and
           equipment, Robinair refrigerant recovery system, and two ramps for the drive
$2,585,049 TE)          on/off lift for the shop. Five Hand held radios for administrative




             Replacement
             buses and
             remodeling
             maintenance     Facility has totaling been finshed. And replacement buses and
$1,308,821   facility 6
             Replace         parts are still coming. GPTC's service provision is to enhance the
                             The main objective of
             35' buses,      ability of Lake County, Indiana citizens to access shopping,
             rehabilitate    education, recreation, public services, and employment by
             maintenance     adequately developing, improving, and maintaining a regional
             facility,       passenger bus system. This award will allow GPTC the capacity
             provide         to realize these objectives while creating and maintaining jobs
             transit         associated with funded projects that include the purchase of five
             enhancemen      35-foot low-floor buses, maintenance facility rehabilitation,
$1,873,099   ts, operating
             CAPITAL -       installation of a disaster recovery system, acquisition of fare
             FIX ROUTE
             BUS
             (1),SERVICE
             VEHICLES(4
             ), DEMAND
             RESPONSE        NO ACTIVITY THIS QUARTER WHAT TO AMEND GRANT TO
             (2) VANS        ADD ANOTHER SERVICE VEHICLE FOR THE BALANCE OF
        $0   AND
             Buy             FUNDS LEFT IN GRANT $37,606.00
             replacement
             40-FT
             buses,rehabInvesting in public transportation is the chief purpose of this
             mobile faregrant.This has been accomplished by awarding and placing
             collection under contract approximately 93% of the funds available. The
                        activity included contracts for fixed route buses, a replacement
             equipment,ac
                        telephone system and installation of intelligent transportation
             quire support
$2,241,536              systems technology on vehicles.
             vehicles,acq
                        Purchase of building to be renovated as dispatchnig center and
                        three buses for fixed route system. Contract awarded for design
                        of new dispatching center. No funds have been drawn during
                        quarter. Renovation of building and purchase of buses have
                        been completed. Remainder ($89,000) to be used for operating
           Dispatching new trolley service in 2011. REnovation of building is complete,
           Building and no funds were drawn during 1st quarter of 2011. Operating funds
$1,000,206 Buses        of $89,000 still remain for use in 2011.
                            This grant will allow Bloomington Transit to construct a new
                            downtown transfer facility that all Bloomington Transit customers
                            will be able to use. This investment in public transportation will
                            enable Bloomington Transit to deveolp a more functional, user-
                            friendly and more environmentally friendly terminal for
            Bloomington passengers. As of June 30, 2011, this project has not been
            Downtown        started. The project is still in the planning and developement of
            Transfer        design phase. Demolition has been completed. Currently, the
         $0 Facility
            Purchase        unit is exploring joint-use with the City of Bloomington
            and
            installation of
            free standing
            windmills on Investing in public transportation is the chief purpose of this
            GLPTC           grant.This has been accomplished by awarding and placing
            property to     under contract approximately 78% of the funds available. The
            provide         activity included contracts for a view shed analysis, a wind energy
    $52,874 electrical      study,purchase and installation of three (3) windmills.




                          This grant allowed Fort Wayne PTC to purchase four (4) heavy-
                          duty 35-foot hybrid-electric buses and four (4) light-duty transit
            Replacement buses. As a result of these investments, Fort Wayne PTC will be
            Bus           able to offer public transportation service that is more reliable and
 $2,181,687 Purchase      more environmentally friendly. the quarter. All funds will be
                          The grant was awarded during
                          passed through to the public transit service providers/operators
                          (i.e., Sub-Recipients) listed under the Subrecipient Tab.
            Transit       Contracts (i.e., Fund Conveyance Agreements) were developed
            Capital       by the Reporter during the quarter and released for execution to
            Assistance    these transit service provider/operators. Transit service provided
            for Operating by these Sub-Recipients continued uninterrupted during the
            Subsidy       quarter. The dollar amounts reported are the actual expenses
 $2,508,429 Projects      incurred by the subgrantees with reimbursements following the




            ColumBUS
            Transit          The project is complete, the ribbon cutting has taken place. Final
            Transfer         details (punch list) are being clarified and then the final payments
   $669,547 Station #1       will be made.




            Rural transit
            capital          Additional vehicle, software and supply purchases were made. In
            assistance       addition, preliminary plan work to get to construction of
$10,244,028 program.         infrastructure projects was also completed
            Transit
            Capital
            Assistance
            for Building
            Renovation &
            One
            Revenue
    $59,461 Vehicle up
            Purchase         Grant awarded.
            to 3
            replacement      This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase nine trolley
            and 6            buses, twelve accessible minivans, telephone/communications
            expansion        equipment, office equipment, and electronic farebox equipment.
            trolley buses,   As a result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to
            6                offer expanded public transportation service in Elkhart and
            replacement      Goshen, IN that is reliable and accessible for people with
 $1,473,127 and 6            disabilities.
           Begin and         In the second quarter of 2011, NICTD continued reviewing the
           complete the      contractor?s signal circuit designs; as of the end of the second
           replacement       quarter of 2011, NICTD had approved 82 of the 88 designs. The
           of NICTD's        contractor also continued field work on construction of signal
           signals and       sites out on the railroad; as of the end of the second quarter of
           control           2011, 82 of 83 signal locations were complete, and 18 were in
           system and        service. Also, the contractor had completed 95% of the controls
           replace           at the two passing sidings. As of the end of this period, NICTD
$3,916,524 station signs     had approved about 60% of the software that will connect all the




             ARRA-Fixed-
             Route Bus
        $0   Replacement
             Prairie Band    Transit vehicles have been ordered.
                             Purchases completed Hot Water Pressure washer 3.5 gpm @
             Potawatomi      200 psi 5 hp motor. Date of Payment 9/28/2010 Air Compressor
             Nation          speedier 13 hp 30 gallons 175 psi. Date of Payment 9/16/2010
             Enhancemen      Hose Reel craft 75 ft air/water. Date of payment 7/22/2010 2010
             t and           Starcraft All Star Ford E 350 Chassis with wheel chair lift Date of
             expansion of    Payment 3/30/2011 2010 Ford F 550 4x4 Utility compartments
             existing        hydraulic crane open center hydraulic pump system compressor
             transit         reciprocator exterior lighting pkg ez latch aluminum drawers
 $157,810    service.
             Rolling         workbench bumper. Date of Payment is May 27, 2011 2010
             Stock, Bus
             Support
             Equipment
             and             This grant will allow the purchase of 37 transit vehicles. It will
             Facilities,     also rehabilitate a building for transit maintenance. It will
             and Signal      enhance dispatching communications through an upgrade of 16
             and             800 MHz Tower sites and purchase of mobile data computers for
$7,807,231   Communicati
             Facility        transit vehicles.
             Improvement
             s and
             purchase
             one low-floor
             40'         July 11, 2011 Awarded contract to MTS Contracting Inc for
             wheelchair  concrete payment/sealing work at the Murray L. Nolte Transit
             accessible  facility. The work has been completed. JCT will submit a request
$1,869,321   bus         for payment for JCT expended $400,884.72 in the following
                         July 11, 2011 - $18,700 via ECHO in July 2011.
                         budget categories: 11.31.02 Engineering and Design -
                         $363,038.08 11.71.03 Project/Construction Managment
           Transportatio Oversight- $24,812.72 11.79.00 Project Administration -
           n Investment 13,033,92 JCT will invoice the FTA for the $400,884 in July
           Generating 2011. During the period April-June 2011 the following was
           Economic      accomplished: A.Project Status - Brief summary in terms of
           Recovery      scope, schedule, cost, quality, safety, and any major issues.
  $631,443 (TIGER)       a.Transit signal priority bid package is out to public bid with a pre




           ARRA Fixed-
           Route Bus
        $0 Replacement
           Van               We have found the desired vehicles and they have been ordered.
           Maintenance
           Facility,         Funds have been used for ITS upgrades this quarter. By
           Paratransit       purchasing equipment ARRA funds will go to provide business to
           Vans, Bike        and create/retain jobs for programmers and installers of ITS
           Racks/Locke       equipment. Wichita Transit has completed its ITS project.
           rs, ITS,          Wichita Transit has expended it's ARRA grant completely and
           Hybrid Staff      has been reimbursed for the full amount ($6,629,186) through the
$5,966,267 Vehicles,         TEAM system.
            35ft        35ft Buses - Complete Support Vehicles - Complete Computers -
            Replacement Complete Copier - Complete Radios - Complete Boiler -
 $2,450,000 Buses       Complete

                            This grant has allowed the transit agency to replace a 15 year old
                            fare collection system. This has improved fare collection
            Facility        accuracy and provide better ridership data collection to better
            renovation      serve the public. As a result of these investments the transit
            and             facility will be more responsive to the public needs for public
            purchase of     transportation. The new system also provides more choices and
 $1,513,798 equipment.      less frustration for the riders.

                         This grant will allow TARC to purchase sixteen (16) paratransit
                         vehicles, ten (10) vanpool vehicles, and one onboard mobile
                         surveillance system. As a result of this investment, TARC will be
            ARRA STP 8 able to offer safer, more reliable service to people with
            Para.        disabilities. TARC, in association with KIPDA, the regional
            Vehicles &   Metropolitan Planning Organization, will also be able to provide
   $708,702 11 Exp. Vans vehicles for ten more van pools serving up to 120 people.




            ARRA grant
            for transit    During the quarter ending 6/30/2011 the remaining radios,
            captial        shelters, benches and trash cans were installed. The security
            improvement    camera installation began in June and should be completed
 $1,495,774 s              soon.
                           This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase three low-floor
                           transit busses to replace busses which have exceeded their
                           useful life. The transit agency is also purchasing a hydraulic bus
                           lift for the maintenance garage to assist with repairs and
                           maintenance of the new busses. The transit agency is also
            ARRA Funds installing a commercial generator at the main Transit Office, so
            for Buses,     that transit operations can continue through times when the city is
            Lift,          without power. January 2010 Update: Three transit busses are
 $1,098,000 Generator      on order from Gillig. TARC to purchase seven (7) hybrid-electric
                           This grant will allow The hydraulic lift will be installed in January
                           buses, to construct a new facility where internal cleaning and
                           electronics repair on all 210 buses in its active fixed route fleet
                           will take place, to replace the 30 year-old roof on one bus storage
            ARRA Funds facility, to replace roofing, replace failed overhead doors, clean
            for Buses,     and paint exterior walls, replace electrical panels, lighting, and in
            Facilities and general bring its 55 year-old Broadway bus facility up to code, to
            Operating      construct an emergency generation facility capable of supporting
$15,308,744 Assistance     all Union Station division functions, to replace TARC's 32 year-

                        ParaPlan software application used on daily basis to more
                        efficiently dispatch trips and schedule more passengers.
                        Maintain on-going agreement to continuously update software to
                        continue to add features to equipment. Defibrillators active on
            AARA Funds 80% of units and staff is re-certified annualy on use. The Modis
            for         scanner is used for preventative maintenance as well as
   $180,300 Equipment
            Purchase    diagnoistic practices.
            replacement
            buses,
            radios,
            vehicles,   During this quarter the Prime Recipient completed the purchase
            equipment   and installation of video surveillance equipment on 55 buses and
            and provide 19 vans. Also, the purchase of an electric chain hoist was
            operating   completed. There was also continued manufacturing of six (6)
 $1,496,102 funds.      buses and three (3) trolleys in process.
           Purchase of
           new vehicle
           and provide
           preventative   At this time the transit system is developing plans for purchase of
           maintenance    another vehicle due to growth in ridership. The River Parishes
           on existing    Transit Authority plans to begin requesting reimbursement for
        $0 buses.         preventive maintenance costs in the coming quarter.




                        Fire-rated doors were installed on the M/V Plaquemines Pride.
                        The Marine Gear Clutch was rebuilt on the M/V Belle Chasse II.
           Preventative Turbochargers were replaced on the M/V Plaquemines Pride port
        $0 Maintenance main engine to mitigate exhaust leaks.


                          This grant has allowed the transit agency to purchase 6 vans,2
                          support vehicles, 3 buses for night service (<30'), and preventive
                          maintenance on existing buses. As a result of these investments
          Purchase        the transit agency will be able to offer public transportation
          vans, buses     service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally
 $676,243 and p/m         riendyly, and more accessible for people with disabilities.




                          During this quarter, the vendor who was selected to perform the
                          work on this phase of the project was delayed. After the stop
           St. Charles    work, the vendor is scheduled to re-start the project no later than
   $92,141 Crossties      July 25, 2011.




           Rehab and
           renovate bus Rehab and renovate bus terminal/ Contract awarded, waiting on
        $0 terminal      Legal's review
                         St. Tammany Parish Government has paid park and ride
                         facilities' lighting, water, grounds maintenance, sign and stucco
           Abita and     repair bills, and engineering for the Highway 434 (South Central)
           Hwy 434       Park and Ride facility. The Parish has contracted with a grounds
           Park & Rides maintenance firm for 2011. Construction of the Highway 434
           and           Park and Ride facility is the last significant deliverable for this
           Preventive    grant. Plans are complete and the construction bid documents
  $198,314 Maintenance are being prepared.
                         The multimodal project, known as the Rosa Parks Transportation
                         Center, is proceeding on or ahead of schedule. The region
                         enjoyed an unusually long string of good weather and did not lose
                         any construction days due to weather. Materials, supplies and
                         the related logistics were also very fortunate and stayed on
           Pur. 1        schedule. The building proper is essentially complete and
           Bus,Shelters, occupied under a partial substantial completion clause in the
           Security,PM, contract. Punch list items, some furnishings and system tuning
$1,575,707 Signage       remain.the quarter, the the old building is was substantially
                         During Demolition of final design work complete and
                         completed by the engineering firm. The ground breaking for this
                         project was held on June 7, 2011 with the Secretary of
                         Transportation, Ray LaHood in attendance. The construction
                         management team has begun their preliminary work in
           UPT/Loyola anticipation of construction. The construction contractor has
           Avenue        been selected and has been given notice to proceed with the
           Streetcar     construction phase of the project. The construction is on
$3,699,483 Project       schedule for completion in the second quarter of 2012.
            REPAIR
            CHALMETT
            E FERRY          No work has started due to the 'high river' stage of the Mississippi
         $0 LANDING of
            Purchase         River in the New Orleans area. 2)Replacement Bus Wash
                             1)Information Kiosks - no activity
            Rolling          Systems - Jefferson Parish will select an engineer currently under
            Stock,           contract to the Parish to review/revise the specifications and
            Capital          oversee construction of the project in the next quarter. 3) Bus
            Equipment,       Shelters - Jefferson Parish was required to use older grant funds
            Bus Stop         to complete the most recent bus shelter order. Jefferson Parish
            Amenities,       will use ARRA funds for the next bus shelter order. 4) ADA
            Preventative     Pedestrian Access Improvements - This project will begin once
 $2,151,426 Maintenance
            Replaced         Jefferson Transit completes administration/maintenancebus stops
                             The downtown terminal and its field inventory of all JeT facility
            bus stop         renovation and rehabilitation project was started. To date, it is
            signs and        approximately more than 50% complete with roofing and doors &
            poles.           framework 100%. We submitted a PO to purchase additional 9
            Purchase &       shelters which makes a total of 15 transit shelters and
            repaired         upgraded/repaired existing shelters to include painting and
            transit          replacing lexan glass panels and advertising panels. City
            shelters.        personnel installed new bus signs along a new route a continued
 $1,091,631 Renovating       During this quarter, the Braille kiosks have new approved
                             to install and replace old bus stop sign withbeen ones. Weby the
                             City of New Orleans and have been ordered. The current phase
                             of bus shelter installations has been completed, with the next
                             phase being partially completed. The City of New Orleans has
                             approved the next five phases for shelter replacement and
              ARRA           installation. The purchase of communication equipment has
              Capital        continued during this quarter. These investments are a vital part
              Assistance     of the Regional Transit Authority's philosophy of offering public
$10,447,474   Program of
              Upgrade        transportation service that is safer, more reliable, more
                             St. Bernard Urban Rapid Transit (SBURT) completed the
              the St.        following activities as of the end of the 2nd quarter of calendar
              Bernardh       year 2011 (June 30): 1) Bus Wash: SBURT opened bids for the
              Parish,        bus wash projected on June 2, 2011. SBURT is conducting a
              Louisiana,     cost analysis of the single bid prior to award. In addition, SBURT
              SBURT          is preparing specifications for drainage, plumbing, and electrical
              Transit        work needed to support the new bus wash. Once complete,
              Facilities and SBURT will request letter bids for this additional work. 2)
   $69,988    Support
              Purchase       Operations Facility: No additional work conducted on the
              buses,
              renovate
              facility,
              preventive     This ARRA funded project completed the modifications to the
              maintenance, maintenance facility, completed the initial phase of the new
              purchase       natural gas fueling station (CNG) and we began using the station
              miscellaneou to fuel the 5 new CNG powered buses which were purchased on
 $3,812,022   s equipment. this project.
              This grant is
              to provide
              capital        Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government purchased office
              funding for    furniture and file cabinets for the public transit administrative
              improvement offices. Terrebonne Parish Consolidated purchased new window
              s to the       blinds for transit office building. Terrebonne Parish Consolidated
              Houma          Government purchased a new training film monitor for the training
              Urbanized      class room, a refrigerator for the driver's break room, and a
  $123,698    Area public drinking water fountain the the mechanic's shop. of
              Purchase of This grant has allowed for Louisiana Department
              91 vehicles, Transportation and Development / Public Transportation to
              preventative purchase 62 replacement buses, 29 expansion buses,
              maintenance, computers, generators, and pressure washers for 32 transit
              surveillance / agencies statewide, to conduct additional preventative
              security,      maintenance on existing buses, install security cameras and
              miscellaneou global positioning systems on 127 existing vehicles and 91 new
              s equipment, vehicles, purchase 4 intercity buses and retrofit motor coaches
 $6,296,497   4 intercity    with ADA lifts, and build bus garages for 17 transit agencies
              Installation of
              solar             Update 4/13/11. Roof project to begin May 2011. 10/10/2010 No
              photovoltaic      activity this quarter. A&E to be complete in the upcoming quarter.
         $0   panels
              New buses         Invest in public begin in spring of 2011.
                                Construction to transportation by purchasing new buses and ADA
              and ADA           vans, supporting transit operations, investing in transit
              vans, transit     enhancements, rehabilitating the transit facilities, and purchasing
              enhancemen        transit-related tools and equipment. These activities are intended
              ts, operating     to support public transportation effectiveness and utilization in the
              assistance,       24-member communities in the Hampden and Hampshire
              transit           Massachusetts' counties that are served as well as stimulate
              facilities        economic activity through job creation and/or retention. The
$13,155,558   rehabilitation,
              1 Install         buses to be purchased went under contract with Lynx Florida in
              HVAC
              Systems 2
              Upgrade
              Demand
              Response
              Software 3
              Purchse 4         They began the job in June 2010 and will be completed by the
 $5,278,833   DR Vans 4
              Purchase of       This grant allows of transit
                                end of November the2011. agency to replace a number of
              Hybrid            revenue vehicles considered beyond their useful life. One 30'
              buses, transit    cutaway coach has been delivered and is in revenue service.
              coaches,          One hybrid bus has been delivered and four more vehicles are in
              operating         the production/delivery stage. AVL/GPS has been installed in
              assistance,       paratransit fleet. Training has been completed and the project is
              preventative      in the 60 day acceptance phase. Cameras have been installed in
              maintenance,      the older fixed route fleet. Project is awaiting delivery of six new
 $3,071,735   AVL/GPS for
              vehicle           Gillig fixed route This periodinstallation alot of setup workbefore
                                Update 7/11/11. buses and there was in those vehicles
              Surveillance      accomplished for the new farebox system. For fare structure
              camera            dafinitions facility wireing/ cableing and advertising. Farebox
              upgrade, 3        system should be complete late fall 2011. Design and
              new               engineering projects are ongoing, RFP and quotes are being put
              maintenance       out on many projects, contracts are being executed and some
              vehicles, fuel    projects are in final phase. Complete projects include: Bus
              tank reconfig,    surveillance cameras, 3 new maintenance vehicles, new skid
 $3,061,026   equipment         steer loader, computers and other small equipment


                           7/11/11 Update. Job progressing on schedule and on budget.
                           Project will be complete late fall 2011. 4/13/11 update. GC,
           Installation of Contractor and subs are under contract and work to begin on roof
           solar           next month.1/2011 update. A&E complete and sub bids received
           photovoltaic 12/2010. General Contractor bids due January 2011.
  $111,622 panels          This TIGER scheduled to the MBTA spring of 2011.
                           Constructiongrant will allowbegin in theto extend the Fitchburg
           TIGER -         Commuter Rail Line an additional 4.5 milies westward of its
           Fitchburg       current terminus, utilizing the existing Pan Am Southern railway
           Commuter        corridor. The project will benefit both passenger rail service and
           Rail Line       freight operations, while reducing auto travel and providing more
           Extension       people with with enhanced access to the Boston job market. As
           and             of 6/30/11, design is underway for the new Wachusett Station,
           Wachusett       Westminster Layover Facility, and track and signal
  $366,730 Station         improvements. The station and layover facility are expected to be




            ARRA 16
            Buses-
            Facility
            Improvement
 $3,619,800 s-Equipment No spending took place this quarter.
                           This grant has allowed the WRTA to enter a contract for the
                           following Inteligent Transporation Systems (ITS) items, Automatic
                           Vehicle Location System; Automatic Voice Annunciation System;
                           Automatic Vehicle Monitoring/Asset Management System; and
                           an Automatic Passenger Counting System; work is ongoing for
           Vehicles,       this project. A contract for designer services has been signed
           ITS,            and the A & E work continues for a new bus terminal/HUB at
           Equipment,      Union Station in Worcester, MA. We have drawn down the
$8,439,575 Facility A&E    available operating funds, which was applied to bus driver wages.


                         Invest in public transportation by purchasing transit-related tools
                         and equipment. These activities are intended to support public
           Transit-      transportation effectiveness and utilization in the 24-member
           related tools communities in the Hampden and Hampshire Massachusetts'
           and           counties that are served as well as stimulate economic activity
    $8,271 equipment     through job creation and/or retention.




           Operating,
           Coaches,
           Hybrid Bus,
$1,333,180 AVL             Three new buses were purchased this quarter.




           MA-06-X002-
           00 - Buses
           and related
  $243,906 equipment
           Construction    FRTA bus has been ordered and is scheduled for delivery.
                           The renovation of the MVRTA's only office/maintenance facility
           of              continued toward completion during the quarter. All actiivities
           Office/Mainte   required to allow occupancy of the office building were comleted
           nance           by May 12th. This allowed personnel to move from trailers back
           Facility        to offices. During the remaining part of the quarter work continued
           Renovations     on the punchlists prepared by the Architect, Resident Engineer
           n Haverhill     and General Contractor. By the end of the quarter many punch
           and             list items had been completed with the remainingitems being final
$4,621,185 Transportatio   lanscaping nad fencing. Activities for the next quarter are the


                           All activities associated with this grant have been completed.
                           The bus wash system has been operational since Sept 2010. The
           Bus Wash,       roofs on both building was completed in late 2010. Retainage
           ITS             was released in May 2011. The ITS project is also complete.
           Equipment &     Additional power supplies were purchased which finishes out the
           BRTA’s
  $322,767 Roof            For the period ending June 30, have not been drawn down yet.
                           grant. However all federal funds2011 RouteMatch project leaders
           program of      conducted onsite training of the BRTA’s fixed route
           projects        operations supervisors and operators. Mobile Data Terminals
           include: The    were installed in all fixed route vehicles. Operations staff received
           purchase of     detailed training on components and the RouteMatch system
           five            from entering schedule runs, to assigning vehicles and drivers, to
           replacement     monitoring and reporting error messages. The Route Shout
           minibus         mobile communication module was introduced along with a depot
$1,293,600 vehicles;       monitor Red Line floating slab replacement customer information
                           For the in the BRTA boardroom to display project, survey work
                           has identified critical areas and the procurement process for a
                           leak mitigation contract and track materials is underway; tunnel
                           preparation work for construction activities is in process. For the
          Wedgemere        Wedgemere commuter rail accessibility project, the design work
          Accessibility/   is completed and an agreement for railroad flagging operations
          Red Line         has been executed. The construction contract has been bid and
          Floating Slab    awarded, with construction work expected to start in July 2011.
 $550,887 Work             This project is expected to be substantially completed by the end
            Rebuild           As of 6/30/11, construction is substantially complete for both
            Orient            North Quincy and Braintree Stations (platform and structural
            Heights yard      repairs); construction is underway at Back Bay Station (reroofing
            track, install    project); trackwork reconstruction is underway at the Blue Line
            emergency         Orient Heights yard; final design and procurement is underway
            lighting,         for various projects (including emergency station lighting, pump
            replace           station rehabilitation, and substation control battery sets); and
            substation        temporary 'TSP' employees have been hired out of labor unions
$14,603,583 control
            Systemwide        As of 6/30/11, this grant has allowed the MBTA provided for
                              to support the work. (Operating assistance was to undertake final
            commuter          design and engineering work; initiate commuter rail station and
            rail              facility projects (e.g., station platform repairs, facility roof
            improvement       replacement); procure materials; undertake construction work on
            s include         the Fitchburg Line interlocking, Haverhill double tracking, Dudley
            stations,         Station, and subway tunnel signage projects; substantially
            facilities,       complete timber replacements for 9 commuter rail bridges; and
            bridges,          hire 18 'temporary special project' employees to undertake these
$21,080,029 double
            Purchase          capital improvements. To date, the MBTA has used these funds
                              As of 6/30/11, this grant has allowed the MBTA to undertake
            hybrid buses,     areaway/sidewalk reconstruction work in connection with the
            rehabilitate      Silver Line bus lane project, take delivery of 25 articulated 60'
            bus facilities,   hybrid buses (with all 25 in revenue service on highly
            double track      used/congested bus routes), start construction on the Fitchburg
            a portion of      double track project and Ashmont Station finishes projects, and
            the Fitchburg     hire 21 'temporary special project' employees for the bus facility
            commuter          rehabilitation project. To date, the MBTA has awarded $68
$56,056,246 rail line,        million in contracts and purchase orders through funding provided




            Construction
            of Fall River
            Passenger
         $0 Facility      Awarded the contract for Architect to select a for this project
                          This grant has allowed the WRTA and OPM vendor to provide
                          the following ITS items, an automated passenger counting
                          system, an asset/vehicle monitoring system and a traffic signal
                          priority system; a contract has been issued. A contract has been
                          signed for the A & E designer services related to the building of
            Intelligent   the new HUB at Union Station in Worcester, MA. As a result of
            Transp        these investments, the WRTA will be able to offer public
            Systems,      transportation service that is safer, more reliable, more
         $0 Facility A&E environmentally friendly, and more accessible for people with
                          This grant has allowed the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority
                          (BRTA) to continue with the multiyear plan to systematically
                          replace the aging fleet of full sized fixed route buses, as they
                          exceed their useful lives, with smaller, more fuel efficient minibus
                          type vehicles of various fuel types and passenger capacities. For
                          the period ending June 30, 2011 RouteMatch technicians and
                          programmers performed 330.5 labor hours during this quarter
            ITS &         creating, training, and troubleshooting the RouteMatch CA and
    $86,706 minibus       Route Shout mobile communication modules. Project oversight




             Improvement
             s to Attleboro
             Commuter
             Rail Train     Bids received and contract awarded. Expect work to be
          $0 Station        completed by late September, 2011




                              The transit coach was delivered, accepted and placed in service
                              on 11/15/2010. Spare capital parts consisting of an ISB dressed
            Transit           Engine w/DPF/SCR will be purchased with the remaining funds.
   $355,615 Coach (1)         Due for delivery by 9/1/11.
                             The CCRTA participated in a workshop on May 10, 2011 by the
                             MARTA EFS Consortium to review the experience of the first
                             RTA to deploy the Scheidt & Bachmann interoperable electronic
                             fare systems under the joint procurement. CCRTA continues to
                             work with the electronic fare system (EFS), automatic vehicle
                             location (AVL) system, and computer assisted scheduling and
             Procure/Insta   dispatching vendors (CASD) to determine the cost of integrating
             ll Electronic   these intelligent transportation system components in accordance
          $0 Fare System     with FTA policies.
                             All the work for the projects associated with this grant is
                             complete. The last hybrid bus was delivered in late January.
                             MART received a occupancy permit and a substantial completion
                             certificate for the storage facility in March. Any work left to be
            Buses/Constr     done on the building is minor and will be paid with non-ARRA
            uct Storage      funds. The buswash has been operational for a while. Both fiscal
            Facility/Equip   years for the operating funds have passed. Funds not drawn yet
 $3,186,647 ment
            Procure          include retainage held. has allowed the MBTA to put 108 new
                             As of 6/30/11, this grant
            paratransit      paratransit vans in service, construct a 'bus-only' lane and bus
            vans,            shelter for a Silver Line service extension to South Station, install
            construct        fencing along MBTA rights-of-way, perform an engineering
            bicycle          analysis for Back Bay Station ventilation improvements, install
            parking          bus stop enhancements (e.g., benches, heaters for shelters)
            facilities,      along key routes, and initiate the bicycle parking facility project
            provide bus      (e.g., bike cages and racks at commuter rail and subway
$14,999,297 stop/service     This TIGER grant was awarded on helped to As of 6/30/11, and
                             stations). These investments have 12/16/10. improve safety the
                             preliminary (30%) project design has been completed; a request
                             for Letters of Interest (LOI) was advertised in March 2011 for a
                             Design-Build contractor to complete the design and undertake
                             the construction; and RFP was issued in April to preferred teams.
                             This procurement process is expected to take a couple months,
            TIGER -          with construction of the transit plaza and pedestrian bridge
            Wonderland       starting in Summer 2011 and substantially completed by June
 $1,009,463 Transit Plaza    2012.

                             This grant was awarded on 6/25/2010 and a design-build
                             construction contract was procured through a competitive
                             process. Construction work was initiated in September 2010 and
                             is currently underway. The project is anticipated to be completed
            Wonderland in March 2012. It should be noted that this project is funded from
            Garage/Blue multiple sources (both federal and local). Only the ARRA dollars
$11,187,066 Line Lobby
            Purchase         are reflected within this report.
            bus, minibus,
            vans;
            construct
            improvement GATRA, during this quarter paid fees were paid to
            s at train       engineering/design firms that worked on improvements to
            station, bus Taunton facilities and Attleboro Train Station in addition to
            terminal,        payments to a company for roofing work and payment to software
         $0 walkway,
            Install two      company.
            wind energy
            turbines at
            MBTA             As of 6/30/11, the bid/procurement process for the 100 kW
            commuter         Kingston wind energy turbine has been completed; turbine is
            rail facilities: being manufactured. The contract for Kingston pad construction
            in Kingston and installation was advertised for bids on 6/27/11; award and
            (100kW) and construction will take place in summer/fall 2011. Bridgewater
         $0 Bridgewater turbine installation planned for 2012.


                        As of 6/30/11, the community outreach process is underway
                        relative to bus stops and corridors; engineering and design work
            Key Bus     is underway for 13 key bus routes; the procurement process has
            Route       begun; construction is underway for Silver Line Washington
            Improvement Street improvements; and the map upgrade program is in
   $682,882 s           process.
                          Construction of the Transportation Center began on August
                         2010. During the quarter site work continued with the installation
                         of electrical conduit and storm water collection and cach basins,
           Construction lus soil removal, completion of foundation waterproofing, and the
           of a          framing and pouring of building foundation slab. preparation of
           Transportatio the retaining walls was also begun. Activities for the next quarter
           n Center in   involve the assembly of CMU bearing walls and the erection of
           the City of   steel framiing for the building. Funds from FTA earmark and
        $0 Amesbury      2.01. CCRTA as well with Phase State matching funds are
                         Formula fundswent liveas available II of Trapeze MT (PASS) for
                         scheduling and dispatching dial-a-ride transportation (DART) on
                         May 15, 2011. Transition to real-time scheduling and dispatching
                         is problematic. 2.03. Deployed 60 BlackBerry MDTs with Trapeze
                         DriveMate v.13 for HST program transportation. Initiated Phase
           Cape Cod      II of QA/QC for mobility management technology. 2.05. BSU/GL
           Smart/Green continues to work with Peter Pan Bus Lines (PPBL) to resolve
           Transit       Google Transit data feed issues. Continue to monitor reliability of
$4,566,993 Initiative    PPBL AVL data on HTC web mapping application. Tested a




           ARRA Bus
           Stations-
           Stops-         Construction has progressed on the Transit center. Currently the
$5,400,696 Terminals      project is on time and on budget.




                          N/A




                          Funds drawn down for purchase of two DATTCO International
                          transit buses.




                          The San Francisco PSR Workshop costs were billed under this
                          contract.


                          Phase 1 of 2 on the Light Rail Breakers Replacement/Overhaul
           Bus and        project is complete, and initial deliveries of breakers for the final
           Light Rail     Phase have been received. The Bus NW HVAC Upgrade and
           Facility       Light Rail Yard Switches projects are in preliminary construction
           Improvement    phases and are on schedule. The Mondawmin Bus Loop and
$5,294,967 s              associated site enhancements on this project are complete.




                      Project design phase is complete. Construction is now underway.
                      Work has been completed at Shot Tower, John Hopkins, Charles
          Halon       center and Upton Station. Work is currently underway at Penn
 $395,073 Replacement Station North, Postal and West Coldspring locations.
                             This grant currently contains 79 projects which have been
            Buses,           advertised and given NTP for Locally Operated Transit Systems.
            Communicati      68 of these projects have been started, 53 of which have been
            on               completed. These include system upgrades and purchases for
            Equipment,       local transit operators. The DBE has been approved on 11
$18,225,447 and Facilities   projects.




            Buses,
            Facility     39 projects have been advertised, including capital purchases. 33
            Rehabilitatioof these projects have been given Notice to Proceed, of which 25
            n and        projects have been completed. All light and medium duty buses
 $5,282,971 Equipment    have been delivered. DBE has been approved on four projects.
                         All 15 projects were started under this grant, six of which
                         (Muirkirk Retaining Wall, Bus Procurement, Metro Fastener
                         Project, MARC Laurel Platform Rehabilitation, Light Rail Falls
                         Road Parking Expansion and Light Rail Signage Upgrades) have
                         been completed. The Metro Railcar Overhaul project is still on
                         schedule with approximately 8 overhauled trucks being received
            Bus, Metro, at MTA per month, and is now 12 trucks ahead of schedule.
            Light Rail   Metro Stations Renovations are nearing completion. Work is well-
$51,526,785 and MARC     6 projects under MARC PA/LED project, Light still Substation
                         underway on the this grant are underway. but is Rail experiencing
                         Installation is generally progressing well, but has recently
                         incurred a 3 week delay due to a failed transformer. MARC
                         PA/LED and MARC West Baltimore Parking Expansion projects
                         are well-underway with construction-phase activity, and both are
            MARC and     over 50% complete. The MARC BWI Station project is due to
            Light Rail   complete in the next quarter. The MARC Penn Station project is
            Stations and also in late construction stage, but new Train Watering task has
$11,121,800 Yards        been added due to project cost savings. The MARC Martins Yard




                             Managing/tracking various ARRA contract with the Federal
                             Transit Office of Civil Rights and Procurement office. Monitoring
                             the contractors ARRA Federal Reporting at Department of
                             Transportation Headquarter in Washington, DC. reviews of
                             Houston Metro: The PMOC performed monthly
                             Houston METRO’s ARRA projects in conjunction with the
                             PMOC’s recurring oversight monthly and quarterly meetings
                             for the Houston METRO New Starts projects. The PMOC’s
                             ARRA project reviews included visits to the HOT Lane conversion
                             project work sites to view construction installations and to gain an
                             understanding of the new gate installation and lane widening
                             work. The PMOC also received and reviewed the ARRA Light
                             Rail Vehicle contract between METRO and Siemens




                             none




                             Procurement System Reviews for ARRA grantee recipients.
                         Procurement System Reviews for ARRA recipients




                         Procurement System Reviews for ARRA recipients




                         To provide professional Acquisition Support Services for the
                         Office of Civil Rights in support of its critical mission
                         requirements.




                         none




                         NONE
                         Conducted Financial Management Oversight (FMO) American
                         Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) Entrance conferences
                         for Region 5 (Chicaco, IL) and grantees. Conducted on site
                         reviews for two grantees, which entailed reviewing grant records,
                         accounts payable invoices, ECHO drawdowns, and budgets that
                         pertained to all ARRA funded activities. Held the Exit
                         conference, in conjunction with the Region and each grantee to
                         discuss results of site visits. Prepared and issued the draft
                         reports for four grantees. Prepared and issued the final report for




           Transit
           Capital
           Assistance - The manufacturing of these busses will begin towards the end of
$5,156,662 Urban        January 2011 and we anticipate delivery by April of 2011.




                       The Governor Curtis passenger Ferry is being manufactured off
                       site in a ship yard in Alabama. Inspections are being conducted
                       by a qualified vessel engineer with oversight from MaineDOT as
           Gov Curtis  well as the U.S. Coast Guard. Delivery of the passenger ferry is
$6,391,844 Replacement anticipated in the fall of 2011.
           Purchase 5-     This grant has allowed CATA to renovate and expand the storage
           40' buses; 4-   facility and rehabilitate 40' buses. As a result of these
           29' buses;      investments, CATA will be able to offer public transportation
           Rehab/Rebuil    service and amenities that are safer, more reliable, more
           d 15-40'        environmentally friendly and more accessible. We have two
           buses;          projects that are underway, the bus rehab/rebuild and storage
           improvement     facility expansion and renovation. We have three buses that are
           to pedestrian   currently being rehab/rebuilt. The storage facility renovation is
$4,723,956 walkways &      being completed in three phases. The first, renovation of the




           Purchase
           two
           replacement Staff has been in discussions with vendors and FTA regarding
        $0 buses          This grant will allow Harbor Transit to grant funds.
                          proposed bus procurement with thesepurchase three (3)
                          replacement buses, all which will be less than 30 feet in length
                          and with lower floors. It also allows the rehabilitation of the
                          indoor bus parking area and to purchase a floor scrubber. The
           3 Gasoline     bus maintenance garage will install an elevated, level parts
           <30-FT,        storage area, purchase an air/hydraulic floor jack, an oil storage
           Equipment, system and an engine diagnostic scanner. As a result of these
           Rehab          investments, Harbor Transit will be able to offer the public a
  $299,618 Facility
           Purchase       system of transportation that is safer, more reliable, more
                          This grant allows three transit agencies, Battle Creek Transit
           and install 21 (BCT), Bay Metro Transportation Authority (BMTA), and Saginaw
           mini-hybrid    Transit Authority Regional Services (STARS), to purchase and
           components install a total of 21 mini-hybrid components in their existing
           in existing    vehicles (four for BCT, seven for BMTA and ten for STARS) to
           transit        improve fuel efficiency. The total grant amount is $531,429.00.
           vehicles of    As a result of these investments, the transit agencies will be able
           three transit to offer public transportation service that is more cost effective
  $404,500 agencies in and more environmentally friendly. BCT: All four ( 4 ) kits were
           Buy rep
           buses (30ft,
           40ft, artic),
           acquire fare
           coll equip,    1) Issued a Purchase Order Change Authority to increase cost for
           acquire ADP purchase of 40-foot replacement buses, 2) Issued multiple
           hdw/softw,     Purchase Orders to acquire ADP Hardware, 3) Issued Purchase
           acquire supp Requisition to purchase Vehicle Locator System (AVL/CAD), 4)
                          Buy Replacement < drawn down buses delivered
$8,625,236 vehs/equip, Operating Expenses30 Ft buses -for LETC.
                          Buy <30 Ft Bus for Expansion - Buses buses delivered
                          Acquire - Support Vehicle - Staff support vehicle delivered
                          Acquire - Shop Equipment - we have received part of the shop
                          equipment
           Urbanized      Acquire - Bus Passenger Shelters - The city manager was fired
           Area -         and we are waiting for a new manager for shelter placement.
           Economic       7/8/11bp An emergency manager has been appointed by the
  $642,907 Recovery       state. He Activities - 0% of the construction of a new 1350bids the
                          Quarterly is working with us on this issue. We should get cubic
                          feet per minute natural gas compressor was completed in the
                          second quarter of 2011. When added to the 97% completed by
                          the previous quarter, 97% of the project has been completed by
           Purchase of the end of the second quarter of 2011. Project Description - The
           1350 CFM       construction of a new 1350 cfm compressor will result in more
           CNG            dependable manufacurer of compressed natural gas fuel for use
           Compressor by public transportation vehicles. Current compression capacity
$1,307,925 Station        is at its limits and this compressor will expand the capacity and




           Replace 7 35
           foot buses,     We continue to fund the maintenance of transit vehicles, facilities
           PM, support     and support equipment. We are continuing to purchase parts and
           and FB          supplies. An order has been placed for two heavy duty transit
        $0 equipment       buses.
                          This quarter, transit agencies continue to complete energy
           Facility       modifications on their facilities. Charlevoix County installed a
           Renovation/C   new heating/AC unit. Crawford County issued an RFP for a
           onstruction,   furnace/AC unit and lighting, and ALTRAN TA, Roscommon
           Bus            County and Isabella County TC plan to complete similar projects
           Replacement    next quarter. St. Joseph County issued an RFP to pave their
           s, and         existing parking lot and driveway. Nine buses were delivered to
           Equipment      various agencies this quarter, one more is expected to be
$6,987,758 Purchases      delivered next quarter, and three will be ordered. Many agencies
           ITS
           implementati
           on,
           preventive
           maintenance,   Activity this quarter: Equipment installation was checked and
           security and   tested. Overhead signs were installed on some vehicles.
           enhancemen     Preventive maintenance activities with grant funds were
$5,484,191 t projects     concluded.




           Tribal Transit Working on procurement of two (2) transit buses. Writing
        $0 Project        Request for Proposals for third-party procurement.


          Facility     A contract was awarded for facility renovations and work is in
          improvment   progrees. We have complteted a bus hoist replacement project
          and          and purchased 2 staff cars. Our vehichle computer project is out
          vehicle/equipfor bid and a contract should be awarded by August 01, 2011.
          ment         The work on bus floor replacement project is complete and more
 $208,114 replacment   funds will be drawnCampus Transit Center quarter. and buses
                       Use of the Central down in the upcoming by riders
                       began in August, 2011. Substantial completion occured by
                       November 15, 2010. The partners who developed the transit
                       center are developing improvements to refine the operation and
                       complete the electronic information displays. For the on-street
          FY 2010      transfer center, bidding took place and a contract was awarded.
          Section 5307 Construction has been delayed by the local electric utility, DTE,
          ARRA         which is taking much longer than expected to relocate
 $527,624 Program      streetlights. Construction is scheduled to begin in August.




           BUS          WORK ON THIS FACILITY HAS STARTED AND SHOULD BE
           TRANSFER     COMPLETE IN ALL FACETS BY THE END OF AUGUST 2011.
        $0 FACILITY     This project supports a DRAW light rail segment connecting
                        THERE HAS BEEN NO3.4 mile DOWN OF FUNDS TO DATE.
                        Downtown Detroit to the New Center district along the region's
                        main traffic artery Woodward Avenue (M-1. Funding will be used
                        for the following activities: engineering/design; project
                        administration; rail system construction which is includes but is
                        not limited to streetscaping and enhancements, signal
           Woodward     prioritization, and road rehabilitation along Woodward Avenue.
           Light Rail   Quarterly activities: Transferred five City staff to the Woodward
        $0 Project       Substantial completion selected use of the new park-and-ride
                        Light Rail Project Office;and publicthe preferred alternative to
                        lot in northeast Ann Arbor occurred in January, 2010. No work
                        was done in the quarter, but final acceptance was delayed to
                        insure that the landscaping elements survived > 1 year. The
                        project is complete except for the final payment, which is in
           FY 2009      process. For bus stop improvements, construction of the final 10
           Section 5307 lead walks have begun construction work. For the Washtenaw
           ARRA         Ave. transfer center, construction was delayed as the local
$4,145,045 Program      electrical utility (DTE) is taking much longer than anticipated to
            FTA Transit   Continued work on facility expansion; acquired communications
   $234,328 Capital Grant The last five vehicles to be expansion
                          equipment as part of facilitypurchased in this grant were delivered
            Facility      this quarter; one bus each to Bay Metroplitan Transportation
            Renovation/C  Authority, Charlevoix County, and Eaton County, and two buses
            onstruction,  to Delta Area Transit Authority. Thunder Bay Transportation
            Bus           Authority is installing radios on buses purchased earlier.
            Replacement   Installation should be completed in August, 2011. Allegan County
            s, and        received bids on their fluid distribution system and will award the
            Equipment     contract and have the system installed next quarter. Indian
$12,865,990 Purchases     Trails, Inc. thirdcompleted this fiscal year several facility and most
                          During the has quarter of route signs for the west route
                          renovation projects were completed. The City of Ionia completed
                          the upgrade of their overhead doors, and Bay Metropolitan
                          Transportation Authority installed two new access gates. St.
            ARRA          Joseph County completed the van barn doors and issued RFPs
            Vehicle,      for driveway/parking lot repairs, office remodel, roof repairs, and
            Facilities,   a phone system while ALTRAN Transporation Authority issued to
            and           the RFP for A&E of their Transfer Station/Bus Shelter. Several
   $182,134 Equipment
            3 <30FT       agencies also recieved surveillance equipment, vehicle to further
                          Still awaiting last project to be completed to revise grant
            (Diesel) 1    utilze remaining funding. Estimate 2 - 3 months to completion
            30FT          September/October 2011. (Doug Britz 7/11/2011) Only one
            (Diesel) S - Project left to finish - install AVL's and MDT's in buses.(Doug
            AVL & MDT, Britz 4/7/2011, 1/6/2011, 12/31/2010, 10/4/2010) Majority of
            LCD           project is complete - The remaining projects are Installation of
            monitors,     AVL's & MDT in buses, and the delivery of one (1) 30' medium
            Radio         duty bus. (Doug Britz -7/1/2010) All funds committed by
   $535,565 conversion    February 21, 2010. Bus AVL's, MDT's awiting install - mapping
            Purchase 3
            Hybrid SUVs,
            1 Truck,
            Facility      Substantial completion of the facility renovation project. Last
            Renovation quarter, it was stated that project would be completed by
            and           6/30/2011. Due to inadeqaute performance on the part of one
            operating     vendor, LETC is witholding payment pending a solution to the
                          This grant will allow the transit agency further drawn down.
   $813,326 funding. up issue. Operating assistance has been to purchase up to four new
            Replace
            to four       low-floor, plug-in hybrid electric transit buses for the replacement
            conventional of conventional diesel buses. As a result of these investments,
            diesel buses the transit agency will be able to offer public transportation
            with up to    service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly,
            four Series   and more accessible for people with disabilities. During this
            Hybrid        quarter, the Michigan Department of Transportation has received
            Electric Low all the procurement documents from the agency and is reviewing
    $38,864 Floor Transit them. No estimation on approval timeframe. Activities are

                         The Renovation and expansion of the Wealthy Operation Center
                         is a major investment in Public transportation. The expansion will
                         result in additional bus storage that will allow all buses to be
            Wealthy      housed in doors. An expanded and improved maintenance area
            Street       will allow for efficient and effective maintenance of federal funded
            Facility     equipment. The project will support the provision of public
$10,422,893 Expansion
            Preventive   transportation services. the following transit-related projects:
                         Funding is provided for
            maintenance, preventive maintenance on existing buses; purchase of service
            purchases/re equipment to support preventive maintenance activities;
            placements computer equipment and applications to better manage the
            of support   department's assets; purchase of 46 buses (including 4 hybrid
            vehicles and buses); purchase of 6 hybrid non-revenue vehicles to support
            equipment, service operations; purchase and installation of 16 bus shelters,
            computer     bus stop signage along four fixed routes and the central business
$14,625,228 equipment    district; rehabilitiation/renovation at three of the department's four
            Phase III Bus    Substantial construction of maintenance bays, outdoor storage,
            Garage and       office space, parking lots, and grounds were completed during
            Maintenance      the 2q of 2011. Interior electrical, plumming, and HVAC
 $1,741,613 Center           commenced.




            Downtown
            bus stop         Finishing work on downtown transit center. Begin warranty work
 $1,656,869 project          on project




            ARRA
            Capital
    $26,146 Purchases        None

                             In the 2nd Quarter of FY 2011 the DTA awarded no contracts.
                             Total awards are now $1,293,066 of the $1,525,004 awarded to
            ARRA             the DTA. The awards thus far are for Parking area paving,
            Projects -       security fence, boiler and HVAC replacement, inground hoist
            Facility - ITS - replacements, snow removal equipment, pre-design for the
            Hubs -           Multimodal facility, real-time information software, and training
 $1,210,407 Equipment        equipment.




            ARRA TTP 6
            Hybrid           Purchased 5 Ford Escapes and 3 Handicapped Accessible
   $200,000 Vehicles         Dodge Caravans. 40' foot buses (31 diesel & 30 hybrid) and 28
                              *As of 9/30/10, 61
            Transit          60' foot articulated buses have been received and accepted. Job
            Capital          information has been calculated and reported. Forty-three (43)
            Assistance       mobile surveillance/security equipment units were received as off-
            5307 formula     the-shelf catalog items and are being installed on the buses.
            funds -          Additional units will be received during the next quarter.
            Metropolitan     *1512 reports updated and resubmitted on 10-21-2010 to correct
            Council Bus      amounts received and amounts disbursed - including vendor
$49,524,702 Acquisition      amounts. *Twelve (12) additional surveillance units were received


                             We have taken delivery of of our new building from ARCO
            Red Lake         Building systems and it is now fully erected and is waiting the
            Transit          installation of the garage doors. Roger's 2-Way Radio has now
            Infrastructure   installed our new repeater, however final testing of the
            Improvement      communication system is not completed. Denny's Plumbing will
   $137,234 s
            2009             *Grant was the sewer and water tie in of the will be
                             be finishing awarded mid-March. The Councilsystem.ordering the
            TIGGER           hybrid electric buses off of an existing State contract. We
            Allocation to    anticipate issuing a Notice-to-Proceed in mid-April with the first
            support          vehicle to be delivered in August 2010. *All nine (9) buses
            Metropolitan     purchased under this grant were delivered by 9/28/10. In order to
            Counsil          be considered completely 'received,' the buses must be
            Metro            accepted. This will take place in early October. Outlays for
            Mobility Bus     payment on buses as well as job creation will be reported next
 $1,037,772 Replacement      quarter. *All invoices for receipt of the 9 buses were paid during
                        During the quarter Apr. 1 - Jun. 30, 2011: This grant funded front
                        and rear destination signs on 10 fixed route buses, which
                        provided important route identification information to passengers
                        waiting at bus stops. In addition, this grant provided labor to
                        move an existing shelter to a new concrete pad that was poured
            Capital     as part of a road reconstruction project, which included ADA curb
            Stimulus -  cuts and pedestrian crosswalks to improve accessibility. The
            Transit     project also funded the rehabilitation of one passenger shelter
   $952,183 Projects    where an aging asphalt pad Jun 2011. Eads Bridge: Completing
                        Quarterly Activities for Apr - was removed and replaced with
                        2011 Inspection Report and Historic Preservation Management
                        Plan; implementing cost/risk reduction options; reevaluating
                        cleaning requirements for paint; continue working with
                        engineering consultant to repackage the Eads Bridge bid into
            ARRA - Eads multi-discipline packages, anticipate issuance of IFB by end of
            Bridge & ML July 2011. North Hanley: Construction activities are complete,
            R-O-W       punch list items completed; processing final change orders,
 $4,090,883 Rehab       project close-out activities continue. Operating Assistance:


            TIGER KC
            Regional        -Program Coordination Attended State Ave mtg to discuss
            Coordination    service branding affecting TIGER projects along that corridor
            &               Attended TIGER coord mtg at Johnson County Transit for the
            Administratio   Metcalf/SMP corridor Attended State Ave Advisory Team mtg
         $0 n               related to TIGER im




           Storage Fac,     During this reporting period, the construction of the new vehicle
           Shelters,        storage building was 90% completed. There are few remaining
           Benches and      items to be completed and this portion of the project finalized by
  $895,737 Bike Rack        Sept. 30, 2011.




                            Approx. 75% of the projects are completed, we still have one
           ITS, Safety &    more project to put out to bid and the largest project, the software
           Facility         project, should be completed in the next few months, so we
           Maintenance      should be completed by the end of this 2011 year, for the whole
  $986,059 et al            grant.
                            Quarterly activities include the manufacture of two (2) over the
                            road coaches for Greyhound. The original units had exceeded
                            their useful life and the acquisition of these replacement vehicles
                            will improve reliability and efficiency of service delivery. Two (2)
                            lowered floor minivans were ordered for Ripley County Transit,
                            Inc. These units will replace rural transit vehicles that have
            Transit         exceeded their useful life. Construction continued this quarter for
            Capital         the rural transit administrative / maintenance facility built for
$17,000,484 Assistance      Mississippi County Transit in East Prairie, Missouri. The three (3)


                          Quarterly Activities for Apr - Jun 2011. Construction activities for
                          the IL Slopes project were 100% complete as of December 2010.
                          Remaining contractor retention has been released and final
                          payment issued on 4/22/11. All activities under this award are
            IL Slopes     complete. ARRA funds of $1,289,449 awarded under this grant
 $1,289,449 Stabilization have been fully drawn down and received. public transportation
            Transit/Fleet 2nd Quarter 2011: City Utilities invested in
            Maintenance by working with Apollo Video Technology on the bus security
            Campus        cameras DVR hard drive problems. Final payment is being
            Expansion     withheld from Apollo until these problems are resolved by the
            and           vendor. CU and FTA are working out the final details on the Final
            Purchase      Design and Construction of the Transit Fleet Maintenance
            Five          Campus Expansion Project. The ARRA grant will begin the
            Paratransit   construction of the Bus Storage and Bus Service Buildings and
 $1,345,550 Buses,        the Final Design and Construction will be completed with the
                            To date, four (4) Work Orders (WO) have been issued by FTA.
                            WO 1 PARTA with Period of Performance from 10-Jan-11 to 01-
                            Feb-14 and Activity this Quarter included Participated in
                            introductory conference call with FTA and grantee, attended
                            Kickoff Meeting, performed site visit, and began reviewing
                            contract documents. WO 2 Honolulu with Period of Performance
                            from 01-Mar-11 to 30-Sep-12 and Activity this Quarter included
                            Meeting with grantee to discuss project progress, performed site
                            visit, and reviewed contractBase Bus Facility 3 ITP with Period of
                            Bidding for the PSS Lower documents. WO Project was
                            completed. Contractor is Tropex Garden. NTP for construction
                            issued on 4/12/2011. Project site perimeter has been safely
                            secured and silt fences have been installed. Demolition
                            completed. Debris disposal in compliance with industry standards
                            and environmental regulations. Contractor ordered the metal
          Renovation        building and all other components and materials to meet the Buy
          of Bus            American provision. Contractor currently working on building
  $22,538 Facility          Bidding for the PSS is scheduled to Facility Project 12/8/2011.
                            foundations. Project Lower Base Busbe completed onwas
                            completed. Contractor is Tropex Garden. NTP for construction
                            issued on 4/12/2011. Project site perimeter has been safely
                            secured and silt fences have been installed. Demolition
                            completed. Debris disposal is in compliance with industry
           ARRA             standards and environmental regulations. Contractor ordered the
           Renovation       metal building and all other components and materials to meet
           of Bus           the Buy American provision. Contractor currently working on
        $0 Facility 5311
           Section          building foundations. Project is scheduled to be completed on
                            Quarterly Activities: All vehicles have been delivered to sub-
           Nonurbanize      recipients. One Mobility Manager was hired during this quarter.
           d Area-          Engineering and design is on going for all construction projects.
           Economic         A contract for architect and design was awarded for the Aaron E.
           Recovery         Henry renovation project. Project Description: This grant will
           Grant: Vehs-     allow the MDOT to fund capital purchase for a total of 20 sub-
           34 Rep, 45       recipients statewide. Capital purchases will include Rolling stock
           Exp, Shelter,    (34 replacement, 45 expansion and 6 support vehicles);
$1,075,670 ITS, MM          renovation of existing transit administration and maintenance
                            Site visit by Mr. J. Ted Schimdt on June 23, 2010. Perparing
                            RFP for design of new shop. 5 firms responded to the RFP. The
                            firms where graded and a short list of 3 firms where selected for
                            interviews. The interviews are scheduled for Oct. 7 2010
                            beginning at 10:30 a.m.here at choctaw. JH&H Architects was
                            selected for the design process. JH&H submitted a proposal on
           FTA ARRA         Nov. 8,2010. The prosposal was considered to high. Requested
           Tribal Transit   a proposal from Eng. Services. Proposal was submitted and a
        $0 Grant            meeting has been scheduledInc. Jan. 5,2011 with MDOT to
                            In negoiations with Ecolane, for for the transportation
                            managment system software. Advertised for RFQ for Kioski for
                            the Hattiesburg Intermodal Center. (Quarter 6/30/2011) The
                            delivery and acceptance of one trolley replica bus. The
           City of          advertisement and receipt of three RFP's for the transportation
           Hattiesburg      managment software system. (Quarter 3/31/2011) Met with FTA
           ARRA             officials to reveiw development of ARRA projects in the
           Trolley and      Hattiesburg Area. (Quarter 12/31/10) Developed specifications
        $0 Equipment
           ARRA -           for advertisement of the transportation managment system
           Transit
           Capital
           Assistance
           Grant -
           Purchase of
           one trolley      Funds expensed/received thru the ARRA grant are for re-
           bus, one 40'     imbursement of Preventive Maintenace and ADA Operating
$1,152,932 hybrid           expenses and payments to vendors for small purchases.


           ARRA
           JATRAN
           Administrativ
           e&
           Maintenance
        $0 Facility      No activity on this grant yet.
            ARRA            At this point an Architectural Firm has been selected. An initial
            Transit         design was also submitted for our review. No contract has been
         $0 Facility        established and no employment has been created at this point.




                        For the quarter 04-01-11 through 06-30-11 this grant has allowed
            ARRA        our subrecipients to continue construction of a new facility in
            recovery    Helena, West Yellowstone, Powder River and Richland County.
            funds       The State Transit agency has finished improving their Public
 $9,397,016 investment  This grant allowed recipient System to be MET Transit) to
                        Transportation Management(City of Billingsan online system.
                        rehabilitate the Bus Wash Facility, which was built in 1983. This
                        project was completed in July 2010. We also received a new
                        Para Transit Van in July 2010. This van will replace a van that
                        had exceeded its useful life. As a result of these investments,
            ARRA Bus    recipient will be able to continue to offer economical public
            replacement transportation service that is safer, more reliable and more
            & Bus Wash environmentally friendly. This grant has also allowed MET Transit
 $1,246,439 Rehab       to order two 35-foot low floor buses and the installation of
                        Bus barn was started in march, will be finished in april.
                        Passenger shelters have been purchased and will start setting up
                        in april. Transit car wash been awarded to contractor and will
                        start in April. The transit office rehab been finish with new
                        lighting, and flooring. the stairs have been re done due to safetly
                        reasons. car has started and the install being done now. bus
                        barn building completed and just the concrete floor needs to be
                        poured.




                          Clancy & Theys (Contract A) - CC1000229 - Maintenance Bldg
            ARRA          Renovations - paid to date: $7,608,340.66 Clancy & Theys
            Facility      (Contract B) - CC1000834 - STS/Admin Building - paid to date:
            Rehab/Impro   $1,691,972.14 Adolfson & Peterson (Contract C) - CC1000796 -
$14,766,371 vements       This grant allowed the date: $4,056,246.29
                          Parking Deck - paid to Town of Chapel Hill, as a designated
                          recipient, to purchase 2 light transit vehicles for Orange County,
                          North Carolina for use by Orange Public Transit. The vehicles
                          were ordered using a Notice to Proceed issued to National Bus
                          Sales & Leasing on May 3, 2010. The buses were delivered on
            Purchase 2 August 18, 2010 and inspected by Chapel Hill Transit before
            Light Transit releasing them to Orange Public Transit on Wednesday, August
            Vehicles/Fed 25, 2010. The Town of Chapel Hill, through a lease agreement,
                          (1) leased the vehicles to Orange County through the life of
   $180,585 eral Transit hasAVL System project is 98% complete. Installation for 12 the
                          buses complete with modems, base station, software, database,
                          AVM. Signs for transit center have been installed and are
                          functional,albeit with some technical issues to still be resolved by
                          the vendor. Mapping and data training complete. Also mapping
            AVL/GPS,      services for area. Public web page roll out is complete. The
            Fareboxes, contractor is resolving some final software issues. The CAD/AVL
            Vans,         project should be complete by 8/1/11. (2) Automated Farebox
 $1,115,290 Furnishings Systems are 100% complete. (3) Light Transit Vehicles are




            ARRA
            funds5          During this quarter staff initiated planning activities in preparation
            buses,          for Emergency Response Drills and enhanced our security
 $2,959,662 security        training.
                         During the quarter, this grant has allowed Greenville Area Transit
           49 USC 5307- (GREAT) to purchase 2 hybrid-electric buses to expand service
           URBANIZED and modernize the fleet, purchase video surveillance equipment
           AREA          to enhance safety of passengers and drivers, and begin upgrades
           FORMULA - to the transit system trasfer point in uptown Greenville. As a
           ECONOMIC result of these investments GREAT is able to offer improved
$1,327,575 RECOVERY public transportation services. date includes but is not limited to
                         The building work completed to
                         the following: The building is dried in with lockable exterior doors
                         in place. The exterior metal studs and sheathing is in place with
                         the terra cotta rain-screen and zinc exterior panel installation at
           AARA-         approximately 70% complete with work ongoing. The main and
           TRANSIT       upper levels of the building have all interior metal stud framing
           MAINT/OPE completed with gypsum wallboard in place and joint work nearing
           R/ADMIN/FA completion. The TPO roof installations are approximately 90%
           Purchase of complete with miscellaneous flashing and purchase five heavy-
$5,152,447 CIL           This grant has allowed Triangle Transit to trim work ongoing. The
           five          duty transit buses for its fixed-route service and three light transit
           replacement vehicles for its paratransit service. The vehicles will replace an
           buses, three aging fleet which will decrease our maintenance costs. We were
           replacement able to repair asphalt at the Bus Operations and Maintenance
           paratransit   Facility; purchase transit enhancements such as benches, litter
           vans, a Real- receptacles, and signage; and begin implementation of a Real-
           Time          Time Arrival System. As a result of these investments, Triangle
$2,453,830 Passenger     Transit will be able to offer more transportation service that is

                            This grant has allowed the funding for operating assistance has
                            helped Western Piedmont Regional Transit Authority (WPRTA) to
                            maintain and increase service in the four county regional area
           ARRA 6           that it serves. During this period, 38 fare boxes were received
           vehicles,        and installed on the Authority's vans and LTV vehicles, 3 - 28'
           shelters,        foot vehicles were delivered, work on the fleet rebranding project
$1,757,901 equipment        continued and computer hardware was purchased.

                            The purchase of five (5) 34-FT Replacement Buses that have an
                            expected useful life of (150,000 miles or FIVE) years was made
                            and delievered. Staff is working toward the procurement of the
          ARRA, 5           electronic farebox equipment, automated passenger counters,
          Buses,            and voice annunciation/GPS/AVL. Design of the bus wash
          Facilities,       facility and bus parking facilty are nearing completion. The
 $505,098 Equip             solicitation and award is expected by the end of 2010.




            Public          Finished design process and began the beginning stages of
            Transportatio   construction, started the grading process, no construction has
            n on Indian     began on the bulding as yet. Therefore, no iinfrastructure
         $0 Roads           expenses this quarter.




          TIGGER
          Hybrid Bus    Staff continues to monitor the procurement process. Delivery
                        Guilford County 2011.
       $0 Procurement expected in Fall will purchase five (5) 20` LTVs to begin to
                        establish county owned fleet instead of depending upon a third
                        party contractor providing vehicles. The current Guilford County
                        contractor is using 40 vehicles at peak to provide service. The
                        county has purchased 5 vehicles using other funds and plans to
          ARRA 6        purchase more as funds become available in order to have a
          Buses         complete fleet of vehicles. The useful life of vehicles is 7 yrs.
          Shelter Equip Davidson County will purchase one (1) 25` LTV to provide a new
 $389,120 Pads          route in the southwest area of the urbanized area. Useful life of
                        This grant allowed the transit to do maintenance on the aging
 $3,417,584 ARRA,       fleet City of Asheville will use more effectively and safely. diesel
                        The to make the system run the funds to purchase 5 clean
                        buses and 10 shelters. The City has to bid on its own since the
                        FTA didnt accept the contract. Specs have been finalized to
                        release the RFP. The City is working on permits for shelter
                        installation, RFP was released and awarded. The city has
                        received three of the ten shelters but is amending the grant to
            Buy         allow for installation. No disbursements have been made to date.
            Replacement Henderson County will purchase 2 LTV and 1 Van, the LTVs are
         $0 30-Foot Bus going to be part of the same procurement package than the
                        This grant allowed Chapel Hill Transit to order eight new
                        paratransit vehicles, replacing an older fleet ranging in age from 7
                        to 9 years. As a result of the investment, Chapel Hill Transit will
                        be able to offer transportation service that is safer, more reliable,
                        and more accessible for people with disabilities. A new
            Federal     maintenance truck has been received. Three new bus shelters
            Transit and have also been received. One additional shelter will be ordered
            Formula     within the two weeks pending a revised quote. A budget revision
 $2,655,792 Grant       was requested and approved during the quarter to reflect that




                            This grant allowed the transit agency to purchase 5 low-floor,
                            clean diesel buses. As a result of these investments, the transit
            ARRA 5          agency will be able to offer public transportation service that is
         $0 Buses
            Preventive      safer and more environmentally friendly.
            Maintenance,
            Purchase of
            22 Light-Duty
            Transit
            Vehicles,     For this quarter, the ARRA grant funds enabled the transit system
            Real Time     to continue to provide preventive maintenance on its fixed route
            Passenger     and paratransit fleet. The grant funds also were utilized to have
 $4,216,851 Arrival       20 buses repainted with a submitted remaining.
                          July 26, 2011 - previously 15 buses report is being updated to
                          describe the difference between $2,254610.04 and the ECHO
                          draw of $2,157,276. Grantee is adjusting field to coincide with
                          ECHO draws. The higher amount of $2,254,610 is the
                          cummulative amount paid out to awarded contractor, however, an
                          ECHO draw has not occurred. Therefore, the field related to total
            Purchase of federal amount ARRA funds received/invoiced is being amended
            Bus           July 2011 - Last remaining project was awarded for construction
 $2,157,276 Expansion
            USDOT-        6/30/2011: Most vehicle vendors commenced in May.
                          by governing board in April. Workcompleted delivery of van
            Federal       conversions with and without a lift and the light transit vehicles. It
            Transit       is anticipated that the last few vehicles will be delivery in
            Administratio September 2011. The three (3) mobility managers in Chatham,
            n Section     Swain and Durham Counties continued work. Appalcart has
            5311          completed approximately 95% of the facility construction project.
            Nonurbanize Subrecipieints have begun invoicing for preventive maintenace
            d Formula     expenses based upon approval of FTA compliant procurements.
$10,559,385 Progrram      Staff activity in the most recent quarter include the purchase and
                          New also reviewed local procurements, processed subrecipient
                          installation of one new engine for an urban bus by Cummins
                          Atlantic. More engine replacements are expected in future
                          quarters. The bus shelter are currently being installed throughout
                          the City and it is expected that this project will be completed in
            ARRA 2        the next quarter. Tar River Transit (TRT), the urban public
            BUS, PM,      transportation provider for the City of Rocky Mount, will utilize
            EQUIP, RE, ARRA Transit Urban Capital Assistance funds to expand and
   $602,898 SHELTERS improve transit operations through the purchase of vehicles and
           ARRA for 4      During the quarter that ended June 30, 2011, this grant has
           buses,          allowed the authority to: complete the busway project continue
           busway,         design on the maintenance and operations facility and undertake
  $715,434 equip.
           BUY             an environmental analysis on the proposed site.
                           This grant has allowed the transit agency to purchase 5
           REPLACEM        replacement low-floor buses, one expansion bus for a local
           ENT 35-FT       transportation agency that serves the elderly population, and one
           BUS BUY         expansion bus for a local non-profit that serves people with
           <30-FT BUS      disabilities; to purchase a farebox or fare collection system on a
           FOR             fleet of 27 fixed route buses to replace the existing obsolete
           EXPANSION       system; to purchase a shop service truck for on-street/roadside
           BUY <30-FT      assistance on fleet of 48 fixed route and paratransit buses; and to
$2,460,032 BUS FOR         purchase bus shelters to assist passengers. As a result of these




                           Most of the purchases have been received Such as Truck with
            ARRA Tribal    snow plow, Skidsteer with snow bucket, Gooseneck Trailer, ADA
            Transit        Minivan 4/8/2011 - We received our Bus on 3/9/2011, we also
            Enhancemen     receivec our bus shelters on 3/9/2011 and also purchased the
         $0 t              majority of our furniture.

                           Planning - planning of the transit bus garage and parking lot
           Sitting Bull    expansion is ongoing and will be finalized upon completion of
           College/Stan    construction with a revised completion date of 9/30/2011. Transit
           ding Rock       Center Construction Expansion - engineered fill, concrete floors
           Public          and driveways, structural steel and roofing has been completed.
           Transportatio   Rolling Stock - one (1) 2011 24+2 passenger bus will be
   $90,925 n               delivered by July 2011.




           maintenance
           facility/constr
           uction of 3
           vehicle
   $26,110 garage          This SENT invests in CONTRACTOR SELECTED.
                           RFB project OUT AND public transportation by building or
                           renovating two (2) bus facilities to house transit vehicles and
                           purchase new transit technology equipment as noted in the
                           Award Description. For the quarter ended June 30, 2011,
                           construction began on the city of Sidney bus facility in western
           Statewide       Nebraska and rehabilitation work continued on the Dawson
           Rural Transit County bus facility at Lexington in central Nebraska. For the
           Capital         quarter ended June 30, 2011, transit technology equipment was
$1,880,433 Assistance      purchased for activity this quarter. This grant has allowed the at
                           No significant and placed in service by Hooker County Transit
           5-Vans, 5       transit agency to purchase 7 buses for fixed route,5 hybrid
           Shelters,       electric vans for ADA paratransit service, rehab bus shelters,
           ADA Service purchase bus wash equipment, install an ADA elevator, enhance
           & Bus Wash, the AVL system, purchase bike racks, purchase security
           Bus             cameras, reimburse prevenatative maintenance expenses, and
           Purchases       reimburse ADA service costs. As a result of these investments,
           and Bike        the transit agency will be able to offer public transportation
$2,775,100 Racks           service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly,

           Bus
           replacement
           (30 vehicles
           30 foot or
           larger) and
           Preventive   During quarter end 6/30/11, these grant funds allowed the transit
$9,879,481 Maintenance agency to re-stripe rolling stock and service vehicles.
                           The contract for the four (4) CNG transit buses has been
                           completed. The radio system upgrade has been completed. The
           4-35 ft CNG     additional fleet maintenance garage upgrades included
           Replace.        installation of gas monitoring systems and control equipment,
           Buses/Misc.     physical structure modifications, and staff training were
$1,814,000 Equip
           Federal         completed this quarter.
           Transit
           Administratio
           n Urbanized
           Area
           Formula
           Grants:
           Transit         Four (4) MCI coaches have been delivered to the State of NH
$1,994,824 Capital
           Federal         and were placed in active service in January 2010.
           Transit
           Administratio
           n Formula
           Grants for
           Other than      Eight (8) small transit vehicles (cutaway style) vehicles have been
           Urbanized       delivered in this quarter and have been put into revenue service
           Areas Transit   for three public transit systems. Work continues on a facility
  $287,335 Capital         rehabilitation project at CTS in Newport, NH.




           American
           Recovery
           and
           Reinvestmen
        $0 t Act       RFP drafted for Bus Annunciation System.

                           Projects Completed are Bus Wash (12/2009) Support Vehicle
                           (10/2009) Phone system (01/2010) Security camera (01/2010)
                           Bike Racks (06/2010). AVL (05/2011.) Administrative building
                           had energy efficient lighting installed as well as ADA curb cuts for
                           access during period. November 1, 2010 to mid May 2011 new
           Grant           service between Cities of Manchester and Nashua using ARRA
  $430,285 NH90X005        subsidy assistance.
           Buses,
           Facility
           Improvement     Quarterly activities included taking delivery of three (3)35' heavy-
           s,              duty low-floor Gillig trolley buses and associated equipment and
           Equipment,      printing bus stop signs. As a result of these investments, COAST
           and             will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer,
           Preventitive    more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more
$2,797,214 Maintenance     accessible for customers with disabilities.
           PURCHASE
           4 < 30 FT
           SMALL
           BUSES &
           STATE
           OPERATING   Vehicle warranty repairs on three vehicles being performed prior
           ASSISTANC   to vehicles entering revenue service. 299 hours of passenger
  $344,178 E           transit operations resulting in 598 trips provided.
                       34 of 825 poles were delivered for total of 839 poles delivered to
                       date; 85 poles have been spotted and positioned adjacent to the
                       site of installation for a total of 820 poles spotted to date; 84
                       poles have been installed for a total of 777 poles installed to date;
           PATCO       9 reels of 26.4 KV cables and 8 reels of 2.4 KV cables were
           Power Cable pulled on the North side for a total of 10 reels of 26.4 KV and 9
           and Pole    reels of 2.4 KV were pulled out of an estimated 27 reels to be
           Line        pulled on the north side of the pole line; Total of 3 reels of 26.4
$5,538,924 Replacement KV cables and 3 reels of 2.4 KV cables were pulled out of an
             Federal         1) Bus Rolling Stock: Bus Rehab is 100% complete. 2) Newark
             Transit         Penn Station Plaza West: Awaiting budget revision approval from
             Administratio   FTA. Requested & received proposals for change order to design
             n ARRA Act      contract for revised project design. 3) Local Access Link/AC
             of 2009         Jitney minibus purchase: All vehicles delivered. Project is in
             allocated for   close-out. Project is 99% complete. 4) Bus Shelter Installation:
             Transit         Contractor installed 20 shelters this quarter. Project is 80%
             Capital         complete. 5) Lower Hack Rehabilitation: Continued steel repairs
$228,604,339 Assistance
             Federal         1) east and west towers and lift span. Continued is substantially
                             on Hudson-Bergen Danforth Interlocking: All work concrete
             Transit         complete and is in revenue service with punchlist & closeout
             Administratio   remaining. Safety Certification completed. 2) Enhanced Track
             n ARRA Act      Rehabilitation: Continued preparatory work at Hoboken terminal
             of 2009         for the installation of two turnouts and diamond. Completed the
             allocated for   installation of curve rail on the Morristown Line. Started tie
             Transit         installation on Gladstone Branch. Completed unloading of ties on
             Capital         the Montclair Line. Bids were received for the turnout for Denville
 $65,188,215 Assistance
             Federal         NJ Rare Interlockings. 3) Commuter Rail Rolling Stock:
                             andTRANSIT is purchasing equipment for approximately 18
             Transit         operators of rural services and one intercity operator. NJ
             Administratio   TRANSIT has received all vehicles except the following: 1) A
             n ARRA Act      transit style bus that is going out bid in Aug. 2) 19 minibuses
             of 2009         have been assembled & inspected at the factory. Anticipate
             allocated for   delivery next quarter. An additional 5 minibuses will go out to
             Transit         procurment next quarter. 3) Eight cutaway buses have been
             Capital         delivered to NJ TRANSIT. Will be delivered to end users next
  $3,094,937 Assistance      quarter. Misc. equipment is on order for many of the 18




             Energy
             Efficient Air Compressors for Rail and Bus locations: Procurement package
             Compressor was submitted for both rail and bus locations. Awaiting
     $31,460 Systems       advistisment dates.




             FTA project     Completed the delivery of 2 Project Management for Transit
             and             Professionals Courses this quarter, for a total of 34 since
             construction    September 2009. Completed 1 delivery of Quality Assurance and
             management      Quality Control in Transit Projects and 2 deliveries of
          $0 training        Management of Transit Construction Projects in this quarter.




                          The development of the workshop was completed. The pilot
                          delivery of the workshop occurred on May 2 and 3 in Los
                          The New Mexico Department of Transportation’s investment
                          Angeles, CA.
                          in rural public transportation is summarized as follows: Laguna
                          Pueblo construction of the garage has been completed along with
                          the electrical work, as well as the sidewalk. Las Vegas purchased
                          hardwood floor chair mats to protect wood floors in facility after
             Transit      they were refinished. Mid Region Council of Governments
             Capital      cameras were purchased for the Santo Domingo (Kewa) Rail
             Assistance, Runner Station. North Central Regional Transit District building
 $10,980,728 Recovery Act demolition is 93% complete and construction of their transit




             SHAA            Activites performed during the quarter included soil testing,
             'SRKA'          planning process, and accepting bids to begin the process of
             Transit         constructing the maintenance garage and purchase of
          $0 Garage          equipment.
           PURCHASE
           FOUR           No funds were expended during this quarter. Additional spare
           TROLLEY        parts have been ordered, but not received or paid for. All
  $761,836 BUSES          This grant has multiple expended in the following quarter.
                          remaining funds will be projects including buses, acquiring
                          miscellaneous bus station equipment, acquiring miscellaneous
                          support equipment, and renovation of the maintenance facility.
                          Two new Arboc low-floor mini-buses on contract with New Mexico
                          Bus Sales were delivered in late January. The two vehicles cost
                          $292,836. The vendor was paid and the grant drawdown
                          transaction was complete April 14, 2011. These vehicles are
           Transit buses being used for both fixed-route and demand-response transit
        $0 and facilities activities. A request for bids was issued for the pre-fabricated




           Tribal Transit
           Program        Ohkay Owingeh invested and paid for two Transit vehicles in the
           Capital        fourth quarter of 2010. Project funds encumbered total 97%
  $137,578 Outlay         toward the completion of this project.




            Buses,           -Correction- During the second quarter, the City of Santa Fe
            Shelters,        purchased and received four new transit Eldorado EZ Rider II
            Mobile           buses, Model Year: 2011 Unit 807 1N9MNALG6BC084103 Unit
            Security         808 1N9MNALG8BC084104 Unit 809
         $0 Equip.           1N9MNALGXBC084105 Unit 810 1N9MNAL
                             This grant provided for the purchase of three self-serve ticket
                             kiosks. Delivery of the kiosks is complete and the transit agency
                             is coordinating installation with the equipment supplier with final
                             installation expected to be complete September 2011. This grant
            Fareboxes,       provides for the purchase of four maintenance support vehicles
            Kiosks,          which the transit agency has recieved are currenlty in use.
            Shelters &       Finally, this grant provides for bus stop improvements. In order to
            Support          maximize small and minority business participation, the Prime
 $2,711,111 Vehicles         Recipientdocuments have been completed for thebids. Bus Stop
                             Contract has phased this project into a series of purchase of
                             one gasoline engine bus, one hybrid bus and one wheelchair
                             accessible van from Creative Bus Sales using FTA approved bid
                             procedures developed by CalACT. Bid documents are being
                             prepared by the RSIC Procurement Office for the remaining
                             vehicles. Since there are no passenger cars that meet our
            ARRA: 2          specified needs that comply with 'Buy America' requirements,
            Buses, 4         FTA is allowing us to use the standing FTA 'Small Purchases
         $0 vans, 3 cars
            1) Boulder       Waiver'. The purchases are anticipated to be completed in the
                             Bonneville Transit Center activities focused on resolving
            Highway Bus      outstanding issues regarding lighting and shading, which were
            Rapid Transit    addressed with construction of 3 additional passenger shelters at
            Construction;    bays 1, 2, and 4. Pedestrian access & wayfinding was addressed
            2) Centennial    with adjustments to landscaping to dissuade unauthorized
            Hills Transit    pedestrian movements, additional pavement parkings for
            Center and       crosswalks to improve visibility, & an information kiosk located in
            Park & Ride;     the center of the outdoor passenger waiting area. Final billing is
$33,661,651 3) Central       Fueling for next Laughlin was inspected and tested and is and
                             plannedfacility inquarter upon delivery of the final materials now
                             operational. The storage facility in Laughlin is waiting for the
                             required permits before construction can begin. Staff is working
                             with the grant applicants to certify right-of-way for the bus
                             shelters in Lake Tahoe and the fiber optic communication system
            Purchase         in Douglas County. Construction of the bus shelters in Boulder
            buses,           City was awarded and they are waiting on the required permits.
            facilities and   Executed an agreement for the Automatic Vehicle Locators and
 $4,875,885 shelters.        Fareboxes for transit vehicles in Lake Tahoe.
            Buses,
            Software, PM Douglas County performed preventive maintenance on its bus
            and           fleet and rehabilitation of its aging buses during the 2nd Quarter
   $937,068 Operating     of 2011. 1 (Boulder Hwy to Paradise Rd): Demolition and
                          Segment
                          reconstruction continuing on sidewalks, driveways, and ADA
                          ramps, 60% complete. Traffic signal undergrounds and ITS
                          undergrounds, 90% complete. Irrigation crossing 70% complete.
                          Tree planting started at end of June. The 3-inch mill and overlay
                          of the outside bus lane and travel lane, 66% complete. The
            Sahara        section between Maryland Pkwy and Paradise Rd remaining. Bus
            Avenue Bus pads: 19 of 20 complete. Shelter platforms: 12 of 20 complete.
 $5,650,275 Rapid Transit Median island reconstruction started at Boulder Hwy. Segment 2


                            4/1 TO 6/31/2011. 12,000 gallon tank and Build-out of second
                            floor training room is complete and in use. Retainage for both
            Fuel Tank,      projects has been paid out. Training for the fare collection and
            Construction,   scheduling software is progressing and is at the 75% mark. Go
            AVL, bus        live is scheduled for July 25th for 5 pilot buses and final roll-out
 $2,174,669 purchase
            FTA Section     by late August.
                            The initial engineering and design work of a site improvement
            5307            project has progressed through initial design and environmental
            Economic        review. A final design has been selected and a Construction
            Recovery        Consultant contract was awarded at RGRTA's February Board
            Grant for       meeting. A Design Build firm has been selected and the contract
            RGRTA and       is in negotiations. Work is expected to begin this Spring. The
            subsidiaries    design of a diesel emissions fluid storage and dispensing system
            for FFY         has been completed. A contract for ten sixty-foot low-floor
 $9,105,235 2009.           In the past quarter, the in-house maintenance New Flyer. All
                            articulated transit buses has been signed with personnel haveof
                            maintained Staten Island ferry assets in a state of good repair by
            Transit         executing daily maintenance work. In addition, the shipyard dry-
            Capital         docking third party contractor worked this past quarter on
            Assistance -    repairing and inspecting various spare parts including the tailshaft
            Staten Island   for the John F. Kennedy and the rudder, rudder stock, and
            Ferry System    tailshaft for the Spirit of America. No boat was dry docked during
            Asset           this time, which is why the full-time equivalent jobs for this quarter
$30,588,019 Maintenance     are lower than normal. grant allows the NFTA to purchase 56
                            Project Description:This
                            40-foot transit buses for service in Erie and Niagara Counties for
                            a total of $24,430,788. As a result of this investment, the NFTA is
                            able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more
                            reliable, more environmentally friendly and more accessible for
                            people with disabilities. The purchased buses were procured in
            ARRA -          accordance with the FTA?s procurement requirements and have
            Purchase of     met ADA requirements. These new buses will replace life expired
$24,375,122 56 Buses        buses that The City of in servicespent the15 years, thuson the
                            7/6/2011 - have been Kingston for over ARRA funds reducing
                            following projects: The funds purchased two 35 ft. low floor
                            transit buses. These buses were delivered on June 28, 2011 and
           Purchase         June 30, 2011 repsectively. One of the transit buses replace a
           Bus Wash,        1998 light duty trolley that had met it's life expectancy and the
           Security         second transit bus replace a 2004 heavy duty transit bus that had
           Fence and        been disposed of due to a fire on board that totaled the
           Rolling          vehicle.This bus will be procured in accordance with FTA?s
  $368,299 Stock.           Procurement Requirements. Improvements, Continued PM work
                            Continued work on the Stop The bus will meet the Clean Air Act
                            on the Revenue Vehicles. Continued Work on the Garage
                            Facility. Glens Falls new telephone and computer system were
                            purchased for apprx. $17,000 and in use as of 12/31/2010. GGFT
                            has purchased one 30 ft. low floor Hybrid bus for $525,000,
                            received in March 2011 and put into revenue service April 2011.
           Capital          The purchased bus was procured in accordance w/FTA's
           Improvement      Procurement Requirements, has met the CAA Standards and
  $981,424 s                ADA requirements. Upgrade of Radio communications is
             Rehab
             Intermodal      No additional work was completed during the report quarter.
             Parking         Payments made during the quarter were for work performed
    $971,045 Facility
             Purchase        during previous quarters. been submitted to Gillig for the
                             The Purchase Order has
             hybrid-         Purchase of 2 hybrid-electric buses (5/10). The anticipated date
             electric        of assembly is November 2011. 1/14/11-The procurement
             buses-hybrid-   process and purchase of the cleaning equipment has been done.
             electric        The request for reimbursement will be done the first quarter of
             support         2011. 4/14/11- The drawdown for the cleaning equipment was
             vehicles-       done 3/30/11. The purchase order to DL Carr for the garage lift
             shop            equipment in the amount of $35,868 was done 3/18/11. This was
    $114,728 equipment-
             Operating       purchased from New York is currently finalizing the figures for
                             The City of Poughkeepsie State Contract and Federal regulations
             Assistance/P    2009 and will be requesting the Operating and Preventive
             reventive       Maintenance reimbursements, as soon as, this process is
             Maintenance/    completed. A portion of the Operating Assistance has been
             Farebox,        drawn ($130,000 8/2010). The purchase of electronic fareboxes
             communicati     and reporting equipment, Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)
             on,security &   software and safety equipment as required by FTA guidelines,
             bus             are currently under review and being prepared for procurement.
    $196,133 equipment/Tr    The hybrid batteries are to replace existing batteries as needed,




             Transit        No funds were used in the second quarter. We anticipate
             Vehicles and drawing down most of the remaining ARRA funds in the third and
 $10,073,784 Facilities     Apr-July 2011: of activity
                            fourth quarters No2011. to report for this quarter. TCAT's order
                            for 6 diesel transit buses from Gillig is in process. Jan-Mar 2011:
                            Two hybrid-electric buses were delivered to TCAT in March 2011
                            and three small paratransit buses were delivered to GADABOUT
                            in January 2011. The three bus orders were completed in 2009
                            and 2010. GADABOUT ordered three paratransit buses on Sept
             FFY 2009       26, 2010. TCAT ordered six 40 ft. diesel transit buses from Gillig
             Capital Bus Corp, Hayward, CA, on March 7, 2010. TCAT ordered two hybrid
                            Contract 4B: A/C ft., replacement transit buses from Gillig
  $1,173,384 Replacement diesel-electric, 40Mezzanine Reconstruction & J/Z Vertical
                            Circulation award to Skanska for $119.9M on 7/31/09. Installation
                            of the glass wall tiles at A/C Mezzanine area east of Nassau
                            Street is finished. Installation of granite, Polymer Glass Fiber
                            Reinforced Cement Panels (GFRC) & platform stairs continues.
             ARRA-Fulton Construction continues on the final touches at 135 William Street
             Street Transit entrance to meet forecasted opening in 3rd Quarter of 2011. The
             Center         contract is 49% complete. Contract 4C/D: 4/5 Station Rehab &
$141,644,986 (FSTC)         Dey St Head House award to WDF for $57.7M on 8/27/09.




             Bus
             Replacement The CNYRTA has received 30 passenger shelters that have been
 $12,263,220 s           accepted and paid for. budget for Chemung County Transit
                         The estimated operating
                         System, as defined by NTD Reporting System (NTD), for 4/1/09
                         to 3/31/10 is $5,400,000. Estimated Preventivie Mainteance (PM)
                         costs in the operating budget for quipment and facilities is
                         $1,200,000 less $0 for warranty recovery, leaving $1,200,000
             Preventive  available for federal participation at the 100/0 rate. This grant will
             Maintenance apply federal funds of $944,147 toward this allowable share. 8
             & Bus       FT Techicians (Mechanics) will be paid from these funds. These
    $944,147 Purchase    grant activities are considered a categorical exclusion under
                                  Bus and bus-related equipment purchases were paid in this
                                  quarter. All but one heavy duty bus has been purchased and
                                  paid for. The last bus will be ordered before the end of 2011.
               Transit Bus        Two medium duty hybrid buses were delivered in this quarter.
               Purchase,          They will be paid for in the next quarter. ARRA funds will
               Preventive         purchase of twelve replacement buses. The buses to be replaced
               Maintenance,       ranged from 1998 40? diesel fixed route urban public transit
               Purchase           buses to 2000 30' diesel demand response medium duty buses.
  $3,952,704   Equipment
               Purchase           This grant will allow subrecipients to purchase 12 year useful life
                                  These buses will have met the end of their 7 toreplacement buses
               170 buses,         to maintain the infrastructure in a state of good repair; buses will
               passenger          also be purchased for expanded service; passenger shelters and
               shelters, bus      bus stop signs will be purchased and installed to make transit
               stop signs,        more user-friendly; shop and maintenance equipment will be
               shop               purchased which will assist in preventive maintenance and
               equipment,         ensure safer vehicles; one garage facility will be constructed;
               transit facility   rehabilitation of existing garages will be completed; and design
 $10,896,241   design,
               Metropolitan       for a pole barn will be conducted. As aGEM of these
                                  MNR Poughkeepsie Windows&Doors, result
               Transportatio      Construction&Renovation 95% compl. Overpass wood doors&3
               n Authority        main entry doors installed and stained.All exterior window finish
               ARRA               work complete; interior trim work continues. GCT Facilities, F.J.
               §5307 Long        Sciame Const Co 93% compl. Work ongoing: install of smoke
               Island Rail        detectors, finish flooring, transformer house equip. testing. Work
               Road/Metro-        complete: SCADA wiring, certain staff moved to new location.
               North              LIRR Atlantic Av Viaduct, Ph IIA, KIEWIT Constructors, Inc 98%
$201,457,603   Railroad/New
               Metropolitan       compl. Installed Station-Yonkers Contracting Co. - 50%
                                  MNR Tarrytown all new span units, final utility relocations
               Transportatio      complete. Electrical rough-in continued..Delivery & placement of
               n Authority        Track 2/4 island precast platform slabs commenced. Installation
               ARRA               of track 3 guard rail was completed. Continued off site fabrication
               §5309             of structural steel. Poughkeepsie Windows & Doors ? GEM
               Metro-             Construction & Renovation-95% complete. Overpass wood doors
               North/New          & 3main entry doors installed and stained. All exterior window
               York City          finish work complete; interior trim work continues. GCT Elevators -
 $94,417,989   Transit            Kafka Construction - 100% complete. Car T-8 in Hall A has
                                  This grant was amended and will fund the procurement of 32
                                  replacement compressed natural gas (CNG) 40 foot buses and
             Metropolitan         associated capital maintenance parts. The second option to the
             Transportatio        new bus contract was exercised during the fourth quarter of
             n Authority          calendar year 2009 (through a conditional notice to proceed,
             Long Island          pending the address of performance items on the base order).
             Bus §5307           The formal notice to proceed was awarded during the first quarter
             Formula              of calendar year 2010. Vehicle inspections began during the third
 $14,140,365 Funds ARRA           quarter of calendar year 2010. The pilot bus was delivered during




             ARRA
             Operating   The County has paid these operating assistance funds to all but
             Assistance- two of the bus operators to help offset their 2009 and 2010
             Newburgh    operating expenses. The remaining two operators, pending
  $1,032,473 Area        This project applies the annual reports, Funds to Sec. mid-2011.
                         verification of their 20102009 Sec. 5311 will be paid by 5307
                         (ARRA) of $460,000 for bus replacement and scheduling
                         software. Funds ($360,000) will be used to purchse one heavy
                         duty 40 foot bus with expected useful life of 12 yeras/500,000
                         miles. Funds ($100,000) will be used to purchase scheduling
             Preventive  software that will allow for more efficient scheduling of public
             Maintenance transit buses. The bus was ordered and pending delivery in 2011.
             & Bus       The software contract was awarded on 2/14/11 and
     $14,356 Purchase    implementation was started in the current quarter.




                           The County has issued an RFB for the transit buses; the bid is to
            Hybrid transit be awarded in the 4th quarter of 2011. The County is finalizing
            buses and      the bid for the dial-a-buses, which will be issued by the end of the
   $200,000 cutaways       4th quarter of 2011.
            Metropolitan    The grant includes one infrastructure project for MTA New York
            Transportatio   City Transit. Remote Third Rail Heater Control System, 43%
            n Authority     complete. There was a problem with the relays failing in the
            ARRA            closed mode. The redesigned control boxes experienced a
            Transportatio   communication problem. NYCT, working closely with vendor
            n Investment    successfully configured and polled communications to the 38th St
            in              Yard. Preparation work is continuing. NYCT has installed 147
            Greenhouse      Control Point Locations, cotrolling 259 heating elements. This
 $1,107,134 Gas and
            Transit         project makes an infrastructure improvement to provide a safer
                            As of June 30, 96% of design work is complete. Elements being
            Capital         designed include eight vehicle ramps, a pedestrian bridge, and a
            Assistance -    parking lot at the connection point between public and private
            St. George      transportation modes. Work was also completed on steel repair
            Ferry           designs. Construction began in May 2010, and is 36% complete.
            Terminal        Demolition of old structures continues as well as structural steel
            Ramps           repairs. Abrasive blasting and painting of prime coats continues
            Rehabilitatio   in two areas, and concrete has been laid down for portions of two
$63,051,377 n               of the ramps.




                            Held Workshop in November. Completed Reviews




                            Project Started
                            The Woodhill Garage Roof Replacement Project, including punch
                            list items, has been completed and is in closeout phase. Work
                            at the Central Bus Facility is approximately 98% complete. Work
                            at the Central Rail Service Building began on June 13, 2011 and
            FY 2010         will take approximately one month to complete. GCRTA
            TIGGER          continues to process contractor payments and submit force
            GRANT           account expenses associated with these projects for
 $1,227,686 PROGRAM
            Renovate        reimbursement.
                            There was no activity this quarter. We are in the process of
            two separate    scheduling an installation date for the bus washer system in the
            facilities in   maintenance facility. The remaining balance will be utilized by the
            addition to     Lorain County Transportation Center for expenses relating to
            the purchase    putting in a parking lot. This work should be completed by the
            of three        end of July 2011. There was no activity this quarter. We have
            replacement     received a purchase order to purchase/install a bus washer
            buses and       system in the maintenance facility. This should be completed by
 $3,972,706 vehicle of
            Purchase        This grant will 2nd quarter. The purchase balance will vans and
                            the end of the allow Laketran to remaining replacement be utilized
            replacement     buses, to conduct preventative maintenance on vehciles and on
            vans and        our building to continue to be in a state of good repair, and has
            buses,          helped with the transit enhacements for our passengers. The
            preventative    transit enhancements for our ride guides allows for passengers to
            maintenance,    see the information at the bus stop to let them know when the
            support         next bus will arrive, what fare to pay and where that bus will take
            equipment       them. Laketran has entered into contracts for the purchase and
 $3,192,300 and transit     installation of a Clean Burn heater and new exhaust hose system

            Maintenance
            Facility        The Only project that has not been completed is the rehab of the
            Improvement     maintenance restroom and tool room. this project has not been
            , LTV,          awarded. It went out for quotes but we received only one quote.
            Preventative    we believed this quote was too high. We will be going out for
            Maintenance,    quotes again, with the hope that the project will be finished by the
 $1,044,764 ADA             end of the year.
            This grant to      The jobs created based upon the projects in this grant will be in
            the Ohio           the vehicle manufacturing industry, vehicle maintenance industry,
            Department         and other industries associated with the capital items purchased
            of                 by subreceipients (i.e. new technology for scheduling/dispatching,
            Transportatio      contractors for renovation projects, etc.) All preventive
            n (ODOT) is        maintenance contracts have been awarded and funds are being
            for FY 2009        disbursed. A few small equipment purchases are also underway.
            5311 ARRA          The acquisition of shop equipment and other associated capital
 $8,315,401 Federal            items will impact job creation in the manufacturing sector, as


            Capital Cost       To date, the transit service that NITTS has provided accounts for
            of                 approximately 30,000 one-way passenger trips by those seeking
            Contracting        access to job training and employment opportunities thru the
            NITTS              Trumbull County Educational Service Center Work Studies
            Service to         Services Program. Further, provision of such transit servce has
   $408,256 TCESC
            Bus                sustained 480 job hours per week for NITTS personnel.
            Purchase/Bui
            ld
            facility/Facilit
            y
            Rehab/Preve        Quarterly activities include Vehicle Maintenance service. The
            ntive              Passenger shelter project has been completed for $97,575 and
            Maint/ADA          the bus wash project continues as bid have been taken on
 $1,079,941 Service            paratransit- Small Bus facility all storage facility.
                               lighting improvements to the bus funds exhausted for this project.
                               Mckinley Lifts: Setterlin Company has started the demo work on
                               the replacement of the lifts. The four ECO lifts will be installed
                               first. We also have received the first six Rotary lifts. The door
                               height has been raised at the new location at the under carriage
                               wash room. Quick response truck delivered January 2011 Dump
            Facilities         truck delivered Feb 2011 (2) service body trucks: Quotes have
            Rehab/Paratr       been received from Ricart Automotive for the purchase of these
$11,631,331 ansit Facility
            Stephanie          two (2) vehicles pursuant to theand equipment needed to
                               Ninety-six percent of materials provisions of the City of
            Tubbs Jones        overhaul 15 heavy rail cars has been received. The Grade
            Transit            Crossing project is closed. The Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit
            Center             Center and Puritas Station projects are in the closeout phase.
            Const;             The East 55th Street project is approximately 90% complete,
            Operating          approaching substantial completion next month. A public
            Assistance;        dedication of this project will be held later this summer or early
            Track Rehab;       fall. The contract for the collision avoidance/pedestrian alert
$25,417,709 Stations-
            Puritas and        This grant has allowed the transit agency to A/E submitted 60%
                               devices is complete and closed on 5/31/11. contract engineering
            E. 55th Rail       and design and construction services for the rehabilitation of
            Station            Waterfront Line Outbound Chutes (Plinths) -construction
            Rehabs; Red        completed; Upgrades to four (4) Rail Grade Crossings
            Line S-Curve       Constructed, plus an additional 5 surveyed (Design, Surveying)
            Track              – construction completed and the project is in closeout phase;
            Replacement        S-Curve—design continues, awaiting funding; Puritas Rail
            Design; Rail       Station – all 4 prime contractors achieved substantial
 $9,988,833 Grade              completion during this reporting period and overall the Puritas

            ARRA Bus
            Purch-4,           This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase 4 vehicles to
            Operating          replace vehicles provided by the third-party service provider,
            Assistance,        operating assistance, and computer hardware / software. As a
            Computer           result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to offer
            Hardware /         public transportation service that is more cost effective, safer,
   $124,392 Software to
            This grant         and morecreated based upon the projects in this grant will be in
                               The jobs environmentally friendly.
            the Ohio           the vehicle manufacturing industry, and construction. The
            Department         program critieria is in process of final preparation for
            of                 announcement . Successful RFP's may requrie an additional
            Transportatio      staff person to administer this program (creating another job).
            n (ODOT) is        The activity during the period of April 1, 2011 through June 30 31,
            for FY 2009        2011 included selection of project administratiors for the Rural
            5311 ARRA          Intercity Bus program and other associated work for projects
 $1,502,275 Federal            awarded in this grant. The operation of the intercity bus route
           This grant to
           the Ohio
           Department
           of
           Transportatio   The jobs created based upon the projects in this grant will be in
           n (ODOT) is     the facility construction, enginnering and design industries. The
           for FY 2009     activity during the period of April 1, 2011 through June 30, 2011
           5311 ARRA       included preliminary engineering and design for the construction
$1,122,684 Federal         of Transit Facilities in rural areas.


                           This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase 4 vehicles to
                           replace vehicles provided by the third-party service provider,
           ARRA Bus        fareboxes, and bike racks. As a result of these investments, the
           Purch-4,        transit agency will be able to offer public transportation service
           Fareboxes,      that is more cost effective, safer, and more environmentally
        $0 Bike Racks      friendly.




           Purchase of
           vehicles, bus
           shelters and The City of Sandusky has taken delivery of 8 light transit vehicles
  $603,123 equipment     and 4 converted vans. punch list items, have been essentially
                         All work items, including
                         completed for the Rockefeller Bridge Demolition project.
                         Retainage will be released to the Contractor and the project will
                         be closed upon receipt of final invoice from Norfolk Southern. In
                         a prior reporting period, GCRTA has drawn down a total of
           Brunswick     $34,999.36 as a reimbursement for transit service it provides to
           Buses and     the BTA out of Cuyahoga County into the city of Brunswick.
           Operating     GCRTA invoices BTA $50,800 annually for this transit
$1,917,995 Assistanceto service—10% of the BTA’s total ARRA allocation or $35,000
           This grant
           the Ohio
           Department
           of
           Transportatio The jobs created based upon the projects in this grant will be in
           n (ODOT) is the vehicle manufacturing industry, and construction. Progress
           for FY 2009 during the period of April 1, 2011 through June 30, 2011 included
           5311 ARRA facility design, engineering, and beginning phases of facility
$1,650,600 Federal       construction.


                          This grant allowed the transit agency to renovate, modernize and
           Admin.         expand the administrative ofices and preventive maintenance.
           Office         As a result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to
           Renovation/ offer county wide public transportation service that is safer, more
           Modernizatio economical, more environmentally friendly and more accessible
$1,844,000 n
           Buy            to people with disabilities.
                          CAD/AVL Project:As of June 30, 2011, Trapeze ITS worked with
           replacement SORTA to complete Factory Acceptance Testing. Equipment
           40-ft. buses, was shipped to SORTA. Contracted Project Manager
           buy            coordinated factory acceptance testing and equipment shipping
           replacement and coordinated tower site work. CAD/AVL project: For quarter
           30-ft. buses, ending March 31, 2011, Trapeze ITS installed WLAN equipment
           purchase bus at garages; radios on prototype buses; and started installing
           shelters,      servers at factory. Bus shelters- Proposals are due 3.22.11. A
        $0 signage and recommendation will be submitted to the Board on 4.19.11.
           Purchase of:
           seven (7)
           expansion
           vehicles (<30-
           FT BUS),
           facility
           cameras and
           keyless entry There were no quarterly activites to report for the 2011/2
  $339,922 system,        reporting period.
                           During the Past quarter, PARTA has been recovering from a
                           schedule set back due to a legal concern about the use of a
                           Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) delivery method as
                           previously detailed. During this period, PARTA has advanced the
                           project by advertising and awarding the first package for building
                           demolition and site clearing. That contractor (B&B Wrecking) has
                           been given a notice to proceed, and the demolition is scheduled
           Kent Central    for the first week of July. PARTA has also advertised, and again
$2,520,856 Gateway
           Replacement     Purchase Orders to be : Construction Manager-Agent and
                           selected Quandel issuedtheTESCO - Replacement Buses for the
           Vehicles,       Manuals(COMPLETE)- Route 40 Signs Signage new
           Preventive      Buses(COMPLETE) - Gem City Tires Replacement Tires for
           Maintenance,    SCAT Vehicles(COMPLETE) - Dell - New Video Recorders for
           Facility        SCAT Vehicles(COMPLETE) - NRG Phone
           Improvement     System(COMPLETE) - Northern Tool Dust
           s, and          Collector(COMPLETE) - WA Stevens Various Concrete
           Operating       Work(COMPLETE) - Ingersoll Rand Air Dryer(COMPLETE) -
        $0 Assistance      Sherwin Williams Paint for Various Projects(COMPLETE) Hauck




           ARRA Maint.     During the 2nd quarter of CY 2011, PARTA did not make any
           Facility        payments for grant #OH-96-X024. We have awarded the A&E
           Rehab./         services contract, and the design process for construction of a
           Preventative    New Fuel Canopy / Freestanding Wash Bay Facility project will
$1,248,284 Maintenance     begin in July.




          Two Small
          Buses,           During the quater work continued on the transit center (funded by
          Transit          other grants). We should complete the project during the next
 $547,619 Facility         quarter and draw down the remaining funds.


                           This grant allows SARTA to purchase 12 low floor diesel buses,
                           three ADA Paratransit buses, to installs ecurity cameras on these
                           15 buses before their delivery, to install bike racks on these and
                           our present fleet of buses, tor eplace on old bus washer system,
                           to conduct project adminsitration associated with grants, and to
                           provide much needed operating funding.
           Acquire 3
           Replacement
           Buses, 2
           Expansion    Two Paratransit vehicles were received during this quarter and
           Vehicles &   the grantee made payment for the vehicles. The TEAM
           various      drawdown is pending. Award was made during this quarter for
           support      the purchase of bus wash equipment with pending delivery July
$1,221,556 equipment.   2011.
                        This grant has allowed the Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority
                        (MTTA) to paint the maintenance shop floor and has enabled us
                        to go out for Request for Proposals (RFP) for 15 low-floor fixed
                        route CNG buses and award a contract for the purchase of the 15
           12 Repl      low-floor fixed route CNG buses. As well as take delivery of 35 of
           Buses,       the 35 replacement paratransit vans. MTTA is working to finalize
           Rehab        the Request for Proposals and Invitation for Bids. MTTA has
           Admin/Maint, issued a Request for Proposasls for the 15 low floor fixed route
$3,011,066 ADA PT       Compressed Natural Gas buses and we have awarded the

           Seminole
           Nation of
           Oklahoma
           Transit-        The maintenance facility project has not begun, Although
           Public          construction on the Transit Maintenance Facility has begun.
           Transportatio   Software has been put into place to ensure proper scheduling
        $0 n               and efficenicy will be maintained during the life of the project.
                         This quarter we finished the remodel of the Dispatch Center. We
                         purchased signage for the buiding front and made two (2)
            Buses, Vans, payments on our route scheduling and ridership data collection
            Software,    software purchased through Route Match Software. We also
            Equip,       purchased a server for the dispatch office and a few pieces of
   $394,971 Renov/Lease office furniture.




            Six Vehicle
            with ADP         Dispatch system was in place as of last quarter. Finalizing
         $0 Software
            Operating        payments to vendors.
            assistance,
            Purchase
            buses,
            construct and
            renovate       The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority is
            facilities,    awaiting approval of grant budget revisions from the Federal
            improve        Transit Administration. Therefore, no activity occurred this
 $2,052,687 security and   quarter.
                           Due to changes in the scope of the bus size for which bids were
                           solicited, acquisition costs came in under the initial estimated
                           costs and created an under-run within the ARRA Grant for the
                           bus-rolling stock activity line item (ALI) of the budget scope. In
            Cheyenn & January, 2011, the Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribal Transit initiated a
            Arapaho        query to its FTA Region 6 regarding a revision to the budget to
            Tribal Transit permit the acquistion of two (2) ADA mini-vans to meet program
            Project -      goals. The purchase of two (2) ADA mini-vans would fall within
         $0 Start Up       the 'capital purchase' requirements of the Tribes' Grant for Tribal

            Purchase of
            243
            replacement      All contracts have been awarded, all purchase orders have been
            buses and        issued, and all vehicles have been delivered. The final vehicle
            five over-the-   delivery count was 248. Twenty one of the 24 contracts have
            road intercity   been completed as of the end of this quarter. The remaining
$16,854,431 buses.           three contracts will be completed during the next quarter.




                             This quarter the pedestrian crosswalk elements and other
            Multimodal       pedestrian improvements were completed. The PE/Site Design
            Station          work (which includes some funds from this grant and X005) was
            Enhancemen       finished and submitted to the City's Development Review Board.
   $359,663 ts               This completes the work associated with this grant.




                             This award is 87 percent complete. During this quarter, Hood
                             River Transportation District completed its administration and
                             maintenance facility. The adjacent park and ride lot architecture
            Facilities and   and engineering work is to begin soon. Josephine County
 $2,462,586 structures
            09 ARRA          completed a computer purchase.
                             Van Purchases - Project is complete. Preventative Maintenance
            5307 ADA         ? Project is complete. Bus Stop Improvement Project - The final
            Vans (6);        package of 69 stops are constructed and in use. All final
            Stop             equipment for the project such as shelters, bus stop poles,
            improvement      signage, benches, Braille signage, decals, and fencing has been
            s;               delivered. Security Cameras - The security cameras, DVR?s, and
            Preventative     AVL units have been installed in the fixed route vehicles and are
            Maintenance;     currently in use. The facility camera system has been delivered,
   $446,030 Security         installed, and is in use. Project is complete
            Remodel
            fleet           The Design work continued on new bus stop signs. Focus
            maintenance     groups will be used to determine the final design. A Request for
            facility to     Proposal (RFP) will be issued for the manufacturing of the signs
            accommodat      once design is complete. The proposed solution for video
            e additional    camera replacement is being tested. The final installation is
            articulated     currently scheduled to be completed byt he end of 2011. The
            buses,          fleet maintenance remodel is complete and the new articulated
 $6,338,461 replace
            Street Maint    maintenance bays are in use.
            Improve;
            Milwaukie
            Park&Ride;
            Foster Rd       The Foster Road Bus Pad and Multi-Use path Lighting Projects
            Layover         completed. No activity on the Portland Streetcar Signals project
            Concrete        for this quarter. Signals have been purchased, but will not be
            Bus Pads;       installed until after civil work is complete. Projected installation is
$11,312,334 Lighting        September 2011. Rail Preventive Maintenance.

                            During the April-June 2011 Quarter, Salem Area Mass Transit
                            District has continued to make progress on the Keizer Transit
                            Center project. The land has been purchased and the Transit
            09 ARRA         District is currently in negotiations with a architectural design firm.
            5307 Buses      The scope of work for the Performance Management Software
            (8);Rehab       continues to be under review and staff has looked at several
 $2,661,659 Tran Ctr        different softwares. All other projects have been completed.


            Purchase    This award is 90 percent complete. Ten subrecipients had activity
            transit     this quarter. Five agencies expended funds on vehicle preventive
            vehicles,   maintenance; two installed security cameras on vehicles, two
            capitalized purchased phone systems, two installed passenger shelters, one
            maintenance,received a vehicle, and two purchased bus stop amenities: signs
$12,947,025 facilities. and benches. to improve its buildings and facilities with the
                        RVTD intends
                        ARRA grant funds. These include new roofs on three buildings,
                        exterior and interior painting, upgrading the lighting to a more
                        efficient bulb, installing new flooring, purchasing new office
                        furniture, computers and software, purchasing new vehicle lifts,
            ARRA        installing security cameras at Front St. Station, RVTDs main bus
            Transit     depot, purchasing shelters and signage, purchasing bicycle racks
            Improvement for bus stops, purchasing new bicycle racks for the front of buses
 $1,757,581 s, Buses    Acceptance of three new 7 has and delayed due to design
                        and purchasingDeliverable buses beenfive new paratransit
                        issues determined during physical inspection of cab car mock-up.
                        In addition, paperwork and backup documentation for Deliverable
                        7 is not complete per the agreement. Acceptance of this
                        deliverable is anticipated in the near future. Deliverables 8
                        through 10 are underway as far as physical completion is
            Passenger   concerned and the documentation is expected to meet
            Train Set   agreement requirements when initially submitted as required by
$17,366,990 Purchase    the Purchase Agreement in section 8.2.


                            Buses - Buses were delivered and put into service April, 2010.
            09 ARRA         Shelters and Stops - For this quarter, the City of Corvallis is
            5307            identifying and doing the work at the locations where the bus
            Buses(3):       shelters and stops would provide the best value for the dollar. It is
            Shelters,       hoped that this work will be complete by no later than September
 $1,002,353 Equip
            SW Moody        30, 2011. is 30% complete. Construction contractor Stacy and
                            The project
            Street -        Witbeck, Inc (SWI) and their subcontractors installed nearly
            reconstructio   1,500 linear feet of 48-inch sewer main and abandoned 744 feet
            n of track      of existing sewer pipe. SWI built 22,796 square feet of block walls
            and new         to hold the low density cellular concrete (LDCC) fill. SWI and their
            elevated        subcontractors installed 887 track feet of temporary ballasted
            roadway,        track, overhead catenary system cantilevers and wires, and
            relocation of   conducted system testing to complete the temporary streetcar
 $7,908,948 public          ?shoofly? which was put into revenue service. Coordination with
                           Funding for this project includes the resources in this grant, a
                          portion of ARRA grant X007 and City of Wilsonville local
                          revenues. This project is on a fast track. This quarter the PE and
                          design was finalized and submitted to Development Review. This
            PE for        finalizes the work for these grant. The final engineering and
            Administrativ design is being completed with local funds, and is on track for a
            e/Maintenanc formal construction BID to be released for the project in
   $216,576 e Facility    September 2011.




            Pay
            incremental
            cost of hybrid Manufacturing began on the first 15 buses of the 24 bus 40'
            propulsion on hybrid electric bus purchase. Delivery for these buses is
         $0 15 buses       expected in Department is purchasing of 2011.
                           The Transit the third calendar quarter and awaiting delivery of
                           the shelter materials so that the bus shelters can be erected at
                           the Warm Springs Shelter sites. The Tribal Planning Department
                           will be working with Tribal Construction Enterprise to get the
                           shelters in place once the materials have arrived in Central
                           Oregon. Vendor selected in June 2011. Shelter design
            09 ARRA        undergoing approval process. Materials to be shipped when
            TTP Buses approvals are complete. A bus vendor has been selected
         $0 (2); Shelters (Starcraft Allstar) for a total of $107,150. Funds have been
            Street Maint
            Improve;       Gresham Central Station Access Control & Night Time
            Transit        Illumination, Tactile Paver Replacement/Repainting Eastside
            Tracker-       Light Rail, Pedestrian Crossing Improvement, Underground
            Portland       Storage Tanks, Multi-Use Path adjacent to I-205 Light Rail,
            Mall; Tigard Elmonica Maintenance Facility Roof Replacement project, Merlo
            Transit        Fuel/Wash building, Rail Track and Structure Repair projects are
            Center-Storm complete. Punch-list work, inspection and final invoicing in
$42,717,277 Piping         process for Bike Stations project.
                           Through these funds the City was able to add in alternate work
                           that was not able to be awarded at bid time due to project budget.
                           These items to complete the intermodal Facility Project would
                           have otherwise not been possible without the additional funding.
                           These items include: canopy extensions, tile work, metal standing
            INTERMODA seam roof, foundation installation, site lighting , interior/exterior
            L FACILITY, finishes. This quarter the retail rough-in work has been
   $466,410 AVL EQUIP completed. Description under Award Description above.
                           See Project
                           Quarterly activities included the following areas: CONSTRUCT
                           TUNNELS: Continued installation in both the bored tunnels and
                           the cut and cover tunnel for wire and cable, lighting, and safety
                           walkway brackets. Contractor is continuing the installation of the
                           ventilation system. CONSTRUCT RAIL STATIONS: Activities
                           this period included: Gateway Station - Re-fabrication of the head
            North Shore house nodes is 60% complete. Installation of the southeast
$42,957,715 Connector      THE 4 LOW-FLOOR BUSES underway. The ventilation down
                           exhaust shaft steel framing is WERE DELIVERED BETWEEN
                           MARCH 14TH AND 16TH, 2011. THE INVOICES WERE PAID
                           ON MARCH 24, 2011. THIS PARTICULAR LINE ITEM IS
                           FULLY COMPLETED. A PROJECT MANAGER HAS BEEN
                           NAMED FOR THE SECURITY WORK AND AN RFP WAS
            4 BUSES,       ISSUED IN APRIL 2010. THE CONTRACT WAS AWARDED IN
            ACM,           AUGUST 2010 AND A FINAL WALKTHROUGH IS SCHEDULED
            SECURITY & FOR JULY 20, 2011. THIS PROJECTED SHOULD BE
                           The TIGGER NO enabled the Red Rose 2011 THE
 $2,304,132 MISC EQUIP COMPLETEDgrantLATER THAN JULY 31,Transit Authority to
                           advance the 'green' and energy sustainability features originally
                           planned as part of the project to rehabilitate and expand the
                           Authority's Operations Center. With substantial completion of the
                           project reached in the October-December 2010 quarter, the
            TIGGER         contractors focused this quarter on completing the items on the
            Facility       construction punchlist for the project and preparing final closeout
            Renovation/E documents. The closeout documents to be provided include the
 $2,411,543 xpansion       operations and maintenance manuals and warranty
                             Elizabethtown Train Station – The station building site is
                             essentially completed. Public opening was done on May 4, 2011,
                             and well attended by various officials and other interested
             ELIZABETH       persons. There are a few outstanding invoices for the rehab that
             RAIL            have yet to be submitted. Harrisburg Train Station – Two
             STATION         boilers has been installed and they are operational. Final testing
  $6,225,322 REHAB           The process.
                             is in next project step is for provision of demolition/related
                             services. The successful firm will prepare the site for project
                             construction. The intent is to retain and utilize the foundation of
                             an existing on-site garage on which the park & ride lot will be
             City            cnstructed. This will provide a solid foundation on which
             Intermodal      additional parking can be developed if the need arises and may
             Transit         provide leasing opportunities and additional revenue for the City's
             Center/Garag    transit system. Due to a protest/injunction explained in the 04/11
    $236,482 e Phase 1       7/8/2011 - There has been no activity on this during the Services
                             1512 Report submission, the IFB for Demolition/Relatedsecond
             Facility        quarter of 2011. We are still awaiting the final invoicing from our
             Parking Lot     engineers on this project to determine the balances and revision
             Improvement     requests on this grant to close. 4/8/2011 - Our engineers are
             s&              finalizing the project and project files for the transfer center lot
             Operating/Ma    improvement project. A revision request will be forthcoming to
             intenance       utilitze the remaining funds on our Zarfoss Dr. Ops/Maintenance
             Facility        facility renovations. The Zarfoss Dr. property was purchased with
  $2,883,529 Purchase
             Transit         funding under this grant. 1/14/2011 - The parking lot rehab at our
             Capital
             Assistance
             1.Purchase      1. LANTA is in the initial phase of planning for a state-of-the-art
             20 minivans     maintenance garage. Design work and making sure all zoning
             2.Purchase 5    and other requirements for the structure are taken into account.
             hybrid buses    This is part of LANTA's long-range vision and service
             3.Implement     development program that will guide the agency's efforts over the
  $8,493,490 a Real Time     next five to ten years.

             Purchase of
             5
             Replacement
             buses and
             provide         The delivery of the 9 buses(8 fully funded and 1 partially funded)
             operating       was received and payment for invoices was made. Buses are
  $5,373,543 assistance      now in service.
                              The Transit Center rehabilitation is complete. Also, our 1st hybrid-
                             electric bus was delivered and put into service in June, 2010.
                             After a budget revision, the remaining funds in this grant were put
                             toward a replacement diesel bus scheduled to be delivered
             1 bus,          during the summer of 2011. As a result of these investments, the
             renovate        transit agency will be able to offer public transportation service
             transit         that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and
    $895,043 center/facility more accessible for people with disabilities.
                             Continuing construction of improvements to stations, bridges,
                             track, train control systems, and power distribution to increase
                             safety, reliability and efficiency. All buses have been delivered as
             Purchase 40 of September 27, 2010. All construction work for this grant is
             Buses/Rail      under contract with a total number of contracts issued to date of
             Stations        40. The work has been substantially completed on 34 of the
             Improvement contracts. The aggregate percent complete of the construction
$108,240,001 s               under this grant is approximately 88% through June 30, 2011.

                          Continuing construction of infrastructure improvements to
                          communications and power systems, stations, track and signage
             Fixed        to increase safety, reliability and efficiency. All work for this grant
             Guideway     is under contract with a total number of contracts issued to date
             Rail/Station of 13. The work has been substantially completed on 6 of the
             Improvement contracts. The aggregate percent complete of the construction
 $58,102,964 s            under this grant is approximately 93% through June 30, 2011.
            ROCHESTE      Invest in public transportation by renovating the Transportation
            R TRANSIT     Center and the Matinenance Facility/Travel Center facilities and
            CENTER        parking areas, and providing engineering and design for the
            AND           renovations to these facilities and park areas. Also provides
            EXPRESSW      engineering and design including construction documents for the
            AY TRAVEL     fit out of the 2nd floor of the Travel Center. During this period
            CENTER /      contract engineering and design work was performed for the 2nd
            MAINTENAN     floor of the Travel Center and also the 1st floor Travel Center
   $460,312 CE            Renovations.
                          This grant allowed the Red Rose Transit Authority to (1) advance
                          the renovation and expansion of the Authority's administrative
                          office, maintenance shop and bus storage facility and to replace
                          aging heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment; (2)
                          provide assistance in support of Authority operations; and (3)
            Rehabilitate/ support a transit enhancement-related project at the corner of
            Expand        North Queen and West Chestnut Streets in downtown Lancaster.
            Operations    With substantial completion reached in the October-December
 $4,802,708 Center        2010 quarter, the contractors focused this quarter on completing

                        Elizabethtown Train Station – Both pieces of property
                        designated for the overflow parking areas have been acquired by
                        the Borough. The old freight station on one of the pieces of
            ELIZABETH property is to be preserved and moved to another location for
            TOWN        public access. The overflow parking lot is moving forward with
            TRAIN       plans being developed for the site preparation. Construction of
   $402,881 STATION     The Project lot 1.2-mile extension of Port Authority's 25-mile
                        the overflowis ashould be completed in this year.
                        LRT system that will significantly enhance transit service within
                        Pittsburgh's Central Business District (CBD) -- known locally as
                        the Golden Triangle -- and link travelers arriving or departing
                        downtown to the rapidly developing North Shore area. The
                        Project is comprised principally of the construction of two bored
                        tunnels beneath the Allegheny River and three light rail stations -
            North Shore two on the North Shore, and an expansion and reconfiguration of
$18,459,501 Connector   Port Authority's existing LRT station at the Gateway Center.

                             The activities during this quarter were limited to begining the cost
                             anaylsis for the purchase and installation of carpeting as well as
                             conference room furniture and video conferencing equipment.
                             Additionally we will be doing a route anaylsis over the next few
            3 Buses,         monts to determine the amount of signs and location for re-doing
            Equip,Facility   the bus route signage. These projects will further move forward
   $448,098 Renovations      in the summer/fall of 2011.
                             This grant has allowed BARTA to purchase four hybrid-electric
                             40ft transit buses, which were delivered in June 2010, in order to
            Purchase 11      expand service on its fixed routes. The implementation of the
            buses,           expanded service occurred on three routes in September 2010.
            security         With this grant, BARTA is also purchasing seven paratransit vans
            equipment        (four hybrid-electric and three diesel) to replace paratransit vans
            and facility     that have met the minimum 5 year useful life requirement for this
            improvement      size vehicle as set forth in FTA Circular 9030.1C. The three
 $3,283,095 s.               Area Transportation - Bus stop signs have been delivered Also,
                             diesel paratransit vans were delivered in November, 2009. and
                             the installation is in progress. Bus shelters have been ordered;
                             currently in production. Beaver – Vehicles have been
                             delivered; project is complete. Butler – Facility construction is
                             complete. Carbon – Vehicles have been delivered; project is
                             complete. Transit Scheduling Software project is complete.
                             Crawford – Replacement and expansion demand response
            5311 RURAL       vehicles and support vehicles have been delivered; projects are
$25,857,169 ARRA             completed. Fixed route expansion vehicle has been ordered.




                             N/A
Procurement system review program services for compliance
reviews. Work completed for Headquarters in Washington, DC for
Region 9 ARRA reviews.




Perform reviews of Grantees under the FMO program




Project Management oversight for 14 ARRA funded projects.
Assigned staff to manage all of the projects, site visits to four of
the May 19, 2011, the PMOC conducted a kick-off meeting with
On projects, submitted reports
Wisconsin DOT to review the current status of the four ARRA
projects assigned to Burns within Work Order #4. The PMOC
submitted a Trip Report to the FTA on May 27, 2011. On June 1,
2011, the PMOC conducted a Quarterly Meeting with the Town of
Normal to kick off the ARRA Project Implementation Review of
the Normal Multimodal Center Project, under WO #1. The PMOC
submitted a Trip Report and a Project Status Report to the FTA,
on June 10, 2011. Detroit Woodward Avenue LRT Project (WO




Perform reviews of Grantees under the FMO program




Preliminary planning for reviews




Preliminary planning for initial review to be conducted in Region II
- New York




Attended at the oversight conference in Fort Worth, Texas.
                            We are in the waiting period to receives the vehicles. On
           Acquisition of   november 10, 2010 the Bid Board of the Municipality of Vega Alta
           Four (4)         awarded the bid for purchase of buses to the distributors Cabrera
           Passenger        Auto Group (3 diesel vehicles of year 2011 at 98,675 each one
           Vehicles for     with a total amount of $296,025.00).Te distributors Cabrera Auto
           Candelaria,      received the purchases order on December 23, 2010. By
           Espinosa         involuntary errorin the previous quarter, in the Total Federal
           and Maricao      Amount ARRA Expenditures, we indicated $296,025.00 when its
        $0 Routes.          supposed to said $0.00 like the current querter. We indicated AN
                            ON APRIL 5, 2010 THE MUNICIPALITY OF VILLALBA HAD in
                            AUCTION THAT LATTER WAS CANCELLED DUE TO A
                            PROBLEM WITH THE ALTUNA TEST IN THE TROLLEYS AND
                            THE BUSES ON THE COMPANIES THAT WON THE BID. THE
          Urbanized         NEW AUCTION ANNOUNCEMENT WAS PUBLISHED ON
          Area              AUGUST 19, 2010 AND IT TOOK PLACE ON SEPTEMBER 9,
          Formula-          2010. LOZADA AUTO/TRUCKS CORP. WON THE EIGHT(8)
          Economic          VANS AUCTION WITH A BID OF $525,504.00. THE TROLLEYS
 $148,465 Recovery          AUCTION WAS ADJUDICATED TO GUARAGUAO TRUCKS




           Federal
           Transit
           Capital
        $0 Assistance       The Parantransits for 10 passenger arrived on June 8, 2011.

                            The total cost of the vehicles were $1,683,960.00. The
                            Municipality will match the total amount with $227,960.00. During
                            this quarter the purchase order was executed and the
           ARRA             Municipality is awainting the delivery of the 8 vans. The bid for
           Expansion        (3), 18 passenger and three (3), sixteen (16) passenger units was
           Buses and        held during the month of June 2011. A second bid was held for
        $0 Signage          the 16 passenger units. Both June 2011: Office equiptment has
                            Trimester April 2011 through are on award process,
                            been acquired, telephone systems has been installed and
                            transportation for the Paratransit bus and Trolley is being offered
                            on an on-going basis.
                            Trimester January 2011 through March 2011: Purchase Orders
                            have been submitted for Data program, telephone system, office
                            equipment and furniture. Transportation is being provided for the
                            Paratransit bus participants on an on-going basis. Trolley route
        $0 FTA
           Reconstructi     has been fineThe contract forcommunity is benefitting Ticketthis
                            7/707/2011: tuned and the the Construction of the from Sales
           on of the        Building Project has been awarded during this quarter to
           Fajardo Ferry    'Constructora Campo Rico, Inc.'. 4/08/2011: the contract was
           Terminal,        signed for the Ticketing Box Office Project and is awaiting orders
           purchase of      to proceed in the next few weeks.                            This
           equipment        grant has allowed the transit agency to renovate and improve the
           for the          Fajardo Terminal Building, and fund the project's administration.
           Fajardo ferry    The work done in this period includes roofing waterpfoofing,
$1,688,404 boats, andof
           Purchase         reconstruction ofSubrecipients will allow the and construction of a
                            In this Grant the existing fascia and ceiling, purchase of 2
           four (4)         Paratransit for the Municipality of Jayuya and the purchase of 2
           vehicles (2      Trolleys for the Municipality of Utuado for expansion, the
           Trolleys and     construction of 30 bus shelters for the Municipality of Salinas to
           2                protect the public users of weather conditions and to finance the
           Paratransit),    rehabilitation of Mosquito Ferry Terminal in the Municipality of
           the              Vieques, by Ports Authority, for the security of fence, as required
           construction     by Coast Guard, canopy, area of cargo, small guard house at the
        $0 of 30 bus
           FEDERAL          entrance of pier, repairs, the floating defences (refers to marine
           TRANSIT
           CAPITAL
           INVESTMEN
           T GRANT:         DURING THIS TRISMESTRE THE COMPANY P.R. STONE &
           FIXED            FENCE SIGNED ON JUNE 16, 2011, TO THE DESIGN,
           GUIDEWAY         CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLATION OF 32 SHEDS FOR
           MODERNIZA        THE TROLLEY STOP. 11 SHED HAVE BEEN INSTALLED IN
  $100,216 TION             THIS QUARTER.
                       The Municipality has 100% completed the replacement of the
                       roof at the Public Terminal which was the only project for this
                       grant award. There is a balance of funds left over in the amount
                       of $11,610.79. We have requested FTA, Atlanta Field Office,
                       authorization to use these funds to improve the illumination in this
          Reconstructi terminal and reduce energy costs by replacing all the 150 watt
          on of        High pressure floodlights by energy efficient 55 watt compact
          Terminal     fluorescent lamps that are equivalent to 300 watt incandescent
 $175,892 Roof         bulbs.




          Arra Funds
          for small bus     During this period the Municipality updated the construction plans
          Terminal at       and permits. In addition, was performed a study surveying
          Campo             requested by the project designer. During the next quarter we will
       $0 Alegre            proceed with the auction of the Mini Terminal.




          Lares
          Collective
          Transportatio On June 15 was awarded to the Company Hernan Gonzalez and
       $0 n Services    Associates the design for the Garage Maintenance of trolleys




                            The Municipality of Camuy is still waiting for information from
          FTA UZA -         bidders in relation to Altoona testing of trolleys. On this quarter
       $0 Camuy             the two vans have been awarded




                            This grant will allow the Municipality of Corozal to purchase two
          Purchase of       (2) trolleys to replace two of the three depots. As a result of these
          two (2)           investment the Municipality will be able to offer a more reliable
       $0 trolleys          public transportation services.




           ARRA
           Urbanized
           Area
           Formula          The pending Altoona test for the six (6) trolleys was received,
$1,088,290 (5307)           therefore formal receipt of vehicles was completed.
                            4/08/2011: The auction process was held. The bid opening date
                            is scheduled for Monday, April 11, 2011.
                            This grant has allowed the transit agency to renovate and
          Improvement       improve the Acuaexpreso Terminal Building, and fund the
          s to              project's administration. The work done in this period includes
          Acuaexpreso       roof drain repairs and replacement work. As a result of this
          Terminal          investment, the transit agency will be able to offer public
 $133,300 Facility          transportation service that is safer and more reliable.
                            The project consists of the replacement of the conventional
                            petroleum based Energy and Security lighting system that serves
                            the FTA Vehicle Storage Facilities and Maintenance build with
                            FTA funds located within the Municipal Public Works Complex
                            with a Solar Photovoltaic System. The project have been delayed
          Renewable         due the litigation originated by the lowest bidder company. The
          Energy/Retro      municipality is waiting for a judge determination. On July 18,2010
          fit Solar Lgt &   and August 30, 2010 the Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the
       $0 Sec               City because it had found the City followed rules, regulations and
          Tren Urbano
          Power
          Saving,
          Ticket
          Vending     Contract for Fare Collection software has been executed and
          Machine     90% of the work is complete.. Preliminary engineering, studies
          Improvement and analyses for Security Cameras have been completed and
          s, and      contract awarded. Equipment specifications and procurement
 $709,270 Security    docments During this period we are assessing potential work to
                      Q2-2011: for Energy Savings equipment have been started.
                      be done with the money left over from the award taking into
                      consideration the regulations of the agency granting the award
                      Q1-2011: The Roof Replacement of the North Terminal for public
                      transportation project was completed. In this quater the final
          Roof        inspection was done between the contractor and the
          Replacement Municipality.A new peoject will be identified in order to submit an
          of North    authorization to FTA to use the remaining balance of $18,207.28.
 $131,793 Terminal    Thatpayment of the retained 10% of the total amount of the
                      The why this isn't the final report.
          Maintenance contract have been paid to the following activities: 11.92.02 -
          Facility,   Purchase Bus Shelter (Companies: JJ and Bermudez & Longo),
          Shelters,   11.93.00 - Construct Signage and 11.44.02 - Rehab/Renovate-
          Signs,      Maintenance Facilities. This retention is required by state
          Equipment   regulations in which the 10% of the payment are retaineduntil the
          and         contractor complete the work and the municipal government
          Preventive  certifies that labors completed according to the contract. The
 $825,678 Maintenance ECHO Drawdown have not been made because the Finance




                       Twenty 40-foot buses were acquired, delivered and in service
                       since July 2010.. Equipment specifications and procurement
$6,348,546 TU Guaguita docments for the remaining 25 buses have been started.




          Security
          Fence/Impro Improvements and repairs to fixed route (trolley) stops.
          vements         Replacement of damaged security fence for protection of FTA
 $256,218 Trolley         Vehicle Maintenence and Storage Facility allocation of
                          This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula
                          $1,388,750.00 (from the Governor's Apportionment in Puerto
                          Rico) for transit enhancements, vehicle expansion, and a new
                          small terminal in Barinas Ward. We will purchase approximately
          Urbanized       2 buses (<30 ft), 2 paratransit vans, and 5 passengers vans
          Area            aproximately 16-28 foot. A Federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. The
          Formula         Municipality of Yauco certifies that we are able to operate and
          Economic        maintain the vehicle expansion. In this project we will also
 $758,231 Recovery of purchase 15 shelters for the bus routes of Rio Prieto, and
          Acquisition
          one (1) 14
          passenger       Construction of bus shelter, including site preparation,
          paratransit     infrastructure and photovoltaic lighting fixtures (Phase 2=14 sites)
          mini-bus;       was completed. During this quarter the municipality awarded a
          Installation of third order to proceed to Karlan Group to construct 15 additional
          forty-eight     bus shelter. Contract amount was $79,011. The Municipality is
          (48)            awaiting the delivery of one (1) 14 passenger paratransit minibus
  $56,711 Passenger       with Municipality of San Lorenzo signed a contract with
                          The a 5 year useful life.
                          Architectural & Engineers Design Group to perform the project
                          design. This contract was ammended to add two additional
                          activities. These activities are Bid process Technical Assistance
          FTA UA San snd Project Supervision.The Municipality signed a contract with
          Lorenzo-        Allied Contractors & Engineers Corp. to perform the
          Capital         reconstruction of sidewalks and construction of ADA ramps along
          Improvement the trolley route of the Municipality. This work will provide access
 $271,430 s               to the trolley stops for the disable population.
         Acquisition of
         Two
         Minibuses
         and
         Maintenance
         Improvement
         s to Public
         Transportatio
      $0 n Terminals
         Federal       (Q2-2011) On the 26,2011 bid for the renovation was finish.
                       This quarter allMay work in the terminaladquisition of Paratrnsit
         Transit       was adjudicated, with an obligation of $144,062.00. Also, the bid
         Capital       for the adquisition of the Transit Vehicules on May 26,2011 with
         Assistance:   an obligation $442,737.00. (Q1-2011) The Public Notice
         ARRA 5        announcing the bidding process for the acquisition of the buses
         Expand        and paratransits was paid on March 15, 2011 for the amount
         Buses,Shelte  $441.00 Bid for the acquisition of 2 buses and 3 paratransits was
         rs,Administra held on January 2011. Contract should be formalized during April
      $0 tion          2011 and a total and project completion postponed 9/30/11 For
                       Vehicle delivery of $505,798 will be obligated for this activity.
                       because cutaway vehicle must be built according to
                       specifications and delivered to PR within 120 to 150 days of
                       providing purchase Order to supplier, which occurred on March 3,
                       2011. The buses are scheduled to arrive for the second week of
         ARRA 1        August 2011. The construction of 30 Bus Shelters with solar
         trolley, 2    lighting has been completed. Also the 10 Additional bus shelters
         vehicles & 30 without solar lighting has been completed. Now we are waiting
$506,110 bus shelters for the release of documents of the Puerto Rico State Insurance
         2009
         TRANSIT
         ASSISTANC
         E GRANTS -
         URBANIZED
         AREA
         FUNDING       THE 40 STOP SIGNS WERE PURCHASED AND INSTALLED.
      $0 PROGRAM THE TROLLEY WILL BE RECEIVED IN THE NEXT QUARTER.


                       The FTA Grant Award was approved on november 17, 2009.
                       Contract was awarded during the month of January for the
                       aquisition of Paratransit Vehicle for the amount of $ 65,000.00.
         Acquisition-1 Vehicle has arrived but delivery will happen once all vehicle
         Trolley and 1 license and permits of vehicle are completed. Expected delivery
 $14,000 Paratransit   july 15, 2011.




         ARRA Funds
         for              This grant allowed the transit agency to purchase new
         maintenece       maintenance and security equipment to furnish the transit
         and security     garage. The Municipality will be star with the purchase on July
      $0 equipment        2011.
                          Q2-2011: All three (3) buses Model HC Goldano 2011 with
         Transit          capacity for 24 passengers were received on June 2011. Invoice
         Vehicle fleet    for the buses for the amount of $478,485.00 will be paid before
         expansion        July 31, 2011. Other activities during this quarter: PO for
         and              $4,756.26 was placed to acquire equipment for the
         maintenance      Transportation Maintenance Garage, RFP for car wash
         garage           equipment was published on June 28,2011, and bid for the
         improvement      acquisition of a paratransit was held on June 2, 2011. Q1-2011:
      $0 s                Contract and purchase orders for the acquisition of 3 Buses

                          This grant will allow to purchse one (1) trolley and four (4)
         Purchase of      paratransit vans for the Municipality of Las MarÃ-as and two (2)
         three (3)        trolleys and two (2) paratransit vans for the Municipality of
         trolleys and     Rincón. As a result of this investment, these municipalities will
         six (6)          be able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more
         paratransit      reliable, more environmental friendly, and more accessible for
      $0 vans             people with disabilities.
            Purchasing
            of Four (4)      This grant will allow to purchase three (3) Trolleys, Two (2)
            Trolleys,        Paratransit Vans and the Engineering, Design and Acquisition of
            Four (4)         20 Passenger Shelters for the Municipality of Ceiba and One (1)
            Paratransit      Trolley and Two (2) Paratransit Vans for the Municipality of
            Vans and the     Naguabo. As a result of this investment, these municipalities will
            Engineering,     be able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more
            Design and       reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for
         $0 Acquisition of
            For purchase     people with disabilities. the Public Terminal is 86% completed ,
                             Q2-2011: Expansion of
            a Trolley,       with a disbursement of $510791.92 and is expected to be finished
            Signing and      by July 12, 2011. Bid for the acquisition of the trolley were
            construction     celebrated on June 9,2011 and the bid for the installation of 9 bus
            of 9 bus stop,   shelters will be celebrated on July 19, 2011. Q1 2011: Expansion
            Improvement      of the Public Terminal is 66% completed , with a disbursement of
            of Public        $429,344.50 and is expected to be finished by June 30, 2011.
            Transportatio    Bid for the acquisition of the trolly and acquisition and installation
   $510,792 n Terminal.      Two of the three will be celebrated next July 1, Q_4_2010: next
                             of 9 bus shelters units were received lastquarter. 2011. In theFor
                             reporting period we will report the payment for these units. The
                             remaining units its supposed to be delivered during this month.
                             The contract was completed, purchase order were processed, the
            One small        estimated delivery date is set for july 2011. Purchase Order # 1
            bus and two      for $95,359.00 and purchase order # 2 in the amount of
            vans ARRA        $147,300.00 for a total amount of $242,659.00 obligated. The
            grant (FTA       FTA Grant was approved on 1/20/2010 and the execution date
   $242,659 program)         was on 1/22/2010. The bidding process for the purchase of these
                             7/07/2011: The contract for the Construction of the Vessel
                             Maintenance Base Improvements Project has been awarded to
                             Optimus Engineers and Contractors, Corp. 4/08/2011: project
             Improvement     was awarded and signed a contract with the bidder.
             s to            This grant will allow the transit agency to renovate and improve
             Acuaexpreso     the Acuaexpreso Maintenance Building Facility, and fund the
             Maintenance     project's administration. The improvements to the facility include
             Building        repairs to the roofs of the maintenance building and carpenter's
          $0 Facility        shop, installation of a fire protection system and security system
                             The installation of the Tracking Device Systems (AVL) Hardware
                             for the APC (Automatic Passenger Count) integration as
                             suggested by FTA was performed. Also, spare parts for the
            ARRA -           buses were purchased by the amount of $75,080. As part of the
            Acquisition of   grant, improvements to pedestrian access will be performed at
            40 hybrid        several terminals. The Metropolitan Bus Authority (MBA) is in the
            replacement      process of establishing the construction phases for these
$22,256,212 buses.           improvements.
                             During this quarter, RIPTA completed replacement of the
                             Newport Maintenance Facility's bus wash and an Elmwood facility
                             roof. Work began on repairs to the Elmwood bus wash. Work
                             continues on the repaving of a parking lot. Three replacement
            Hybrid-          supervisory vehicles were delivered. RIPTA began design work
            Electric         on its Rapid Bus project for improvements to the Broad Street /
            Buses and        N.Main Street corridor. A local design and construction firm
            Capital          began fabrication of new information kiosks at the Kennedy Plaza
$24,588,192 Projects         Transit Center. this grant is to invest in public transportation with
                             The purpose of
                             the development of the planned commuter rail station at Wickford
                             Junction. This funding assistance will be used to begin
                             construction of a 1000+/- car garage and station platform.This
                             infrastructure development project will extend commuter rail
            SCCR -           service along the Northeast Corridor from Providence to Wickford
            Wickford         Junction/North Kingstown in the South County region of Rhode
            Urbanized        Island. It will also reduce highway congestion, improve safety and
 $3,768,525 Area             provide intermodal connections in the I-95 and Route 1/Route4


                             During this quarter, final payments were made on the lighting
                             replacement project. In consultation with the Federal Transit
                             Administration, which administers the grant program, RIPTA
            Lighting         expanded the project to include design work for the agency's
            Conversion       solar technologies program. Completion of design work is
   $309,495 for Facilities   anticipated in November, 2011.
                           Project Agreement between RIDOT and sub-recipient MBTA has
                           been signed. Final design phase and survey work is underway.
                           This grant will modify the Pawtucket Train Layover facility to
                           enable better maintenance of the MBTA commuter trains which
            Pawtucket      serve the MA and RI metro area.The main deliverables will be
            Layover        adding a sand storage tower, adding a fueling station with above
            Improvement    ground storage tanks, and an inspection pit to inspect brake
         $0 s              systems. will alow the transit agency to purchase 2 low floor
                           This grant
                           buses for a route expansion, purchase 1 SUV for route and
                           deviation support, perform preventive maintenance on new and
                           existing buses, construct bus passenger shelters along existing
                           and expansion routes, install video security system on all new
           Bus (2) SUV     and existing buses and operating assistance. As a result of
           (1) Shelters    these investments, the transit agency will be able to offer
           (10) OP, ITS    transportation services that are safer, more reliable, and more
  $536,450 & PM            This grant for people with disabilities.
                           accessible allowed three transit agencies (Lower Savannah COG,
                           City of Clemson & Santee Wateree RTA) to continue to renovate
                           their facilities. City of Clemson facility is nearing completion and
                           they moved into the facility June 2011. Funds were also used for
            71             IT technology purchases to include accounting systems,
            Replacement    computer hardware (laptops, etc.), software and security
            Buses,         cameras. As a result of these investments, the transit agencies
            Facilities,    will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer,
$10,713,768 ITS            moregrant will allow Greenville Transitfriendly, and purchase
                           This realiable, more environmentally Authority to more
                           seven thirty-five foot low-floor buses, all of which have been
                           ordered but not yet received. The grant also allows for the
                           installation of an on-board camera video surveillance system
                           including digital DVR to be installed on twelve of the buses. This
                           action has not yet been bid. This activity will replenish the
           7 Buses, 5      deteriorating buses currently in operation and offer ridership more
           Bus Shelters    efficient use of their time by ensuring timely arrival of all units. In
  $350,634 & Sec, Eq.
           Enhanced        addition, ten percent of six service vehicles (Ford been used to
                           During this quarter, the the amount awarded has E-450 Starcraft
           Demand          Allstar Buses), continued to be utilized in full-time service. A
           Response        quarterly performance monitoring review is conducted on these
           Transportatio   vehicles to ensure that they are being utilized and maintained in
           n Program       an appropriate manner (i.e., designated routes and preventive
           (also known     maintenance, etc.). These vehicles are being used to support a
           as York         new Peak Period Transit Option within the Rock Hill Urbanized
           County          Area to provide area residents with a reliable and cost effective
  $313,320 Access)         public transit option for accessing employment opportunities.




           SC-96-X006- Quarterly Activities Report?ARRA 1 35' Hybrid Buys, PM,
  $167,337 00          Equipment




                          We have put out bids on both the tribal transit bus and vehicle.
            CIN Tribal    We have awarded the contract for the bus but not yet for the
            Transit       vehicle. We are hoping to have both of these delivered by the
    $81,189 Expansion     beginning of December.
                          Vehicle Acquisition: Completed 10/2010 Vehicle Rehabilitation:
                          There has been no activity on this line item. Facility Renovation:
                          Project is substantially complete with the transit center reopened
                          on June 10th, 2011. Final invoice expected in early July.
            Vehicle       Preventive Maintenance: Project completed Operations: A
            Acquisition/V portion of the cost savings from the vehicle purchase was applied
            ehicle        to operations during this quarter in the amount of $243,441. AVL
            Rehab/Facilit Purchase & Installation: This project was completed during this
 $4,706,232 y Renovation quarter. A portion of the cost savings from the vehicles purchase
           (ARRA) The        Quarterly Activities During the Quarter ending December 31,
           purchase of       2010, the (1) Punch List items for the Maintenance Renovation
           (4)               Project was completed, and the inspection was completed and
           replacement       past. As of the end of this quarter the Renovation Project was
           buses, (1)        completed and closed. The (2) Tele-Communincation System
           bus for           was purchased off the State Contract and the contract was
           expansion;        awarded to MPact Systems, Inc.. This project pasted inspection,
           renovation of     and was completed. (3) The contract for the interior signages
$1,004,051 the               were awarded to Got Signs, after quotes were received. The
           PDRTA             Started design and engineering work for maintenance facility with
           Maintenance       Gantt/Huberman Architechs. Initial drawings completed. For July
           facilty           2010 report - Soil sample drillings completed. Money drawn for
           engineering/d     PDRTA FY 09-10 Urban PM/Operating assistance. For the
           esign, PM         October 2010 report final building design completed from
           and transit       Architects. Pre-liminary approval given by PDRTA on design. No
           vehicle           change in monetary amounts from previous report. No change
  $384,559 rehabilitation.   from previous report. 4-8-11




           2009 ARRA
           9 Buses, 25
           shelters,
           Facilty           Facility rennovation has closed, bus purchase has closed, waiting
$6,436,246 Rehab             to close out bus shelter construction




           15 Vehicles,
           Preventive
           Maintenance
           and Capital Continue preventive maintenance in excess of that covered under
  $821,551 Equipment    Bids grant facility (roof) project
                        5307for theon transit vehicles. have been received and
                        reviewed. The vender has been chosen and we are waiting for
                        SCDOT approval of the vender. The Project Manager of this
                        project is no longer with the company. Coast RTA will issue a
                        Request for Qualifications from A/E firms to serve as the Project
           ARRA 2       Manager on this project and other future projects. The solicitation
           Bus/Fac.Bus to SCDOT should be accomplished by the end of August. It is
           Rehab/Sup anticipated that Coast RTA will have a firm selected and
$1,419,072 Veh/Oper     approved by both SCDOT and the Board of Directors by the end




           3 buses, 6        This grant will allow Greenville Transit Authority to purchase three
           shelters,         thirty-five foot low-floor buses, install six bus shelters, and install
        $0 signage           signage indicating bus routes and stops.


                             This grant allowed two transit agencies (Santee Wateree RTA
          Comm.              and Pee Dee RTA) to purchase various IT computer equipment
          Equipment          and software. As a result of these investments, the transit
          (14) Urban         agencies will be able to offer public transportation service, that is
          Transit            safer, more realiable, more environmentally friendly, and more
 $192,015 Providers          accessible for people with disabilities.


           Bus Facilities
           and Transit
           Vehicels,
           ADP
           Hardware
        $0 and Software SDDOT are doing bid letting for bus facilities and vehicles.
           OST DOT      No construction activities have occured due to weather
           Oglala Sioux conditions. Bus Shelter Building have been ordered. Waiting for
        $0 Transit      Tow/wrecker bid package for attorney approval.


           Bus Faciliites
           and Transit
           Vehicles,        All projects have been bid and awarded. There are 2 facility
           ADP              construction projects that are near completion and we expect the
           Hardware         remainder of the ARRA funds can be spent down within the 4th
$7,113,472 and Software     quarter of FY Fareboxes have been purchased and delivered to
                            07/13/2010 - 2011.
                            the site awaiting installation. The City has been reimbursed for
                            the equipment through the grant. Architectural and engineering
           ARRA buses,      design services were provided for the transit facility
           enhancemen       improvements projects. Some costs have been reimbursed
           ts, and          through the grant. After bids were received for the constructin of
           facility         the project, a contract was signed. Project completion date is in
           improvement      August. Twelve paratransit buses were produced and delivered
$2,298,465 s
           Replacement      This grant will allow Funds for six of the to purchase seven
                            to the transit facility. Johnson City Transit buses have been low-
           of (7) 30ft      floor, medium-duty thirty-foot buses for fixed route use and five
           buses and        small (less than thirty-foot) buses for demand response use, to
           (5) <30ft        modernize and replace older buses in JCT's fleet; to purchase
           buses;           eight passenger shelters to assist with passenger comfort; and to
           Intelligent      purchase vehicle locator system technology with computer-aided
           Transportatio    dispatching. As a result of these investments, Johnson City
           n Systems        Transit will be able to offer public transportation service that is
$1,152,855 technology;      Two Hybrid reliable, and more assessible for people with
                            safer, more buses were delivered to subrecipient, RTA (Regional
                            Transit Authority) by Gillig Bus company on November 24th and
                            25, 2009. Buses have been wrapped but not inspected by sub-
                            recipient. Payment for buses will not be made until sub-recipient
                            has inspected and received title for buses. Expanded service for
           2 buses, 15      which buses were being purchased began September 28, 2009.
           Vans, Bus        Sub-recipient used existing man-power and equipment to begin
           shelters,        service. July 2010 1512 New expenditure in the amount of
$1,481,476 AVL's            $6,819.40 is for project administration related to van purchases




          ARRA STP
          Flex for
          Rplcmt            4 vehicles were delivered and placed into transit service during
 $225,000 Vehicles          this quarter.


                       The civil site work for the Depot is complete, with the exception of
                       landscaping which will be completed when the renovation of the
                       building is finished. The renovation of the Depot will be done with
                       an Enhancement grant and it is expected that the request for bids
          Depot        will be published in August and the renovation phase started by
 $244,644 Renovation September 2011
                       The grant will allow Knox County CAC Transit to purchase
                       Intelligent Transportation Hardware and Software on transit
                       vehicles. As a result of these investments, Knox County CAC
                       Transit will be able to offer public transportation services that are
                       more efficient, safer, and more reliable. During this reporting
          ITS          period, Knox County CAC Transit has achieved the following:
          Hardware     paid for interactive recording system and received maintenance
 $568,384 and Software vehicle and put out bid for additional mobile data terminals.
                           The overall purpose is to enhance and improve demand
                           response within the LAMTPO region. These vehicle purchases
                           (two gas and two hybrids) will assist ETHRA with passenger time,
                           mobility, vehicle response, and capacity. Staff finished a budget
            Purchase of    revision from the some cost savings for a staff visit to the bus
            four new       manufacturing facility, bus decals, and vehicle registration which
   $555,680 buses          totaled to $1,094. the transit agency to purchase two low-floors,
                           This grant allowed
                           lift-equipped, hybrid-electric buses, one low-floor, lift-equipped,
                           diesel bus, eight lift-equipped specialized Paratransit vehicles,
                           and two support vehicles for support activities, a wheel alignment
            Purchase 2     machine, a portable vehicle lift system and associated capital
            Hybrid, 1      maintenance items. As a result of these investments, the transit
            Diesel, 2      agency will be able to offer public transportation service that is
            vans, Misc     safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly and more
 $1,960,794 Equipment      accessible for people with disabilities.




            ARRA 8
            Buses and 7
   $766,305 Vans        As activity 30, quarter.
                        No of June this 2011, the overhaul of the locomotive was
                        completed by American Motive Power. Additional work was
                        required and parts were ordered. AMP personnel were at the
            14 vans,    Lebanon facility the last week of June and the locomotive is
            Rehab       expected to be placed back into service in mid-July. The
            Locomotive, vanpool contractor placed four (4) vans and made a presentation
            PE for      at the VA hospital. The ridership for the Relax and Ride is as
            Martha      follow: April -1332, May- 1470 As of quarter ending March 2011,
 $1,896,357 Station     the construction of the Martha station is about 95% complete.

                         This grant has provided funding for the transit agency to
                         purchase four paratransit buses, one paratransit van, one support
                         vehicle, and update the communication equipment for the transit
            Purchase of facility. As a result of this investment, replacement of aging
            4 buses/1    transit vehicles and equipment will allow the transit agency to
            van and      maintain a safer, more reliable and accessible level of public
   $530,436 equipment. transportation service for the community. engineering and
                         This grant has allowed CARTA to complete
                         design of lighting to replace approximately 1,724 existing
                         fluorescent lights with LED lighting. This project encompasses
                         CARTA's parking garage facilities associated with its downtown
                         shuttle service and the bus barn and shop, service lane, steam
            TIGGER:      room, and maintenance shop located at CARTA headquarters. A
            Facilities   contract has been awarded for installation of the lights and is in
            Light upgrd progress. CARTA's two intermodal facilities and maintenance
   $233,398 (1,724)      garage have been completed. Electrical contractor is working toto
                         This grant has allowed the non-urbanized rural transit agencies
                         purchase and take delivery of two hundred and eighteen (218)
                         ADA compliant paratransit lift vans, thirty three (36) passenger
                         vans, thirteen (13) lift equipped buses, forty four (44) paratransit
                         mini vans, one (1) four door sedan, two (2) work trucks, one (1)
            Transit      low-floor bus, four (4) ADA equipped forty passenger buses, one
            Capital      (1) large wheelchair accessible trolley, purchase and installation
            Assistance, of emergency generator for transit agency maintenance facility,
$15,338,609 Recovery Act purchase of Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) user licenses,




                           Renovation of Magnolia operations/maintenance facility is
            ARRA LEED      continuing with plumbing and electrical systems upgrades, shop
            Transit        area renovations and interior finshing in offices underway. Grand
            Ctr;Maint/Op   total of ARRA-funded labor hours this quarter was 1,149, which
 $5,644,512 s Fac;PM       was divided by 520 to get 2.21 FTE's for the quarter.
            Capital for
            vehicles,
            ADP,
            relocation
            and             JTA purchased one 30' transit bus, building construction is
   $909,984 construction
            Acquire and     completed. Working on ADP and shop equipment purchases.
            install
            Intelligent
            transportatio
            ns system      This quarter the grant activities included ordering and receiving
            techology /    the next bus stop signs and paying for software licenses and
            automated      fees. Billings for hardware and fees will be reported in the next
            vehicle        quarter report. The grant is scheduled to close out by September
   $304,881 locators and   2011.
                           The final bus was delivered on September 30, 2010, and MATA
                           made the last payment for the buses and for the busline
                           inspection during the quarter. MATA awarded a contract for
                           Advanced Public Transportation Systems in October, 2009. The
                           security cameras and the computer-aided dispatch devices for
                           fixed-route and demand-response buses will be charged to the
            ARRA 35        grant. The Factory Acceptance Test was conducted in mid-
            Buses and      September and was successful. Delivery of the equipment is
$16,230,638 ITS            scheduled to begin in30, 2011, Stansell Electric completed the
                           Quarter ending June January, 2011 with installation to take place
            Purchase       installation of the 26 shelters, information signs, and associated
            five (5) buses components. As of May 2011, the trolley barn was demolish
            for            which is a part of the rehab/renov of the 130 Nestor Property.
            expansion,     The A/E firm is completing final design specs for bidding.
            shelters,      Quarter ending March 2011, nine (9) 40' low floor Gillig buses
            preliminary    were received and accepted. Stansell completed the final phase
            engineering of the installation of shelters on the Gallatin Road express route.
 $7,810,526 for facility   This has to repair the CARTA to in some architectural and
                           ACS grant has allowedwater leaks completesigns along Bay 7,9,
                           design work for three construction projects: rehabilitation of two
                           park and ride garages, repaving of administrative/maintenance
                           areas, and phase II of a rehabilitation project for the two rail
            ARRA           stations. This grant has also allowed CARTA to complete
            Facility       construction of phase I and II of a rehabilitation project for its two
            Rehab, 6       rail stations and the repaving of administrative/maintenance
            Vehicles,      areas. This grant has also allowed CARTA to purchase 3
 $3,076,671 ITS,           supervisory vans to replace 3 existing vans for use by its




            ARRA STP
            Flex for
            Rplcmt      6 vehicles delivered and placed in revenue service. Only
   $365,953 Vehicles    remaining activity is drawdown of federal funds.
                        July 5, 2011: The City of Wichita Falls spent $28,670 of its 2009
                        American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds during
                        the third quarter (April to June) of 2011 to purchase the software
            Replacement program 'Fleet Anywhere' for use with the AVL/GPS automatic
            transit bus vehicle locator units installed in the bus fleet. The City of Wichita
            purchase    Falls will use the remaining $16,930 in ALI 11.52.04 to purchase
            with fleet  three year's worth of air time for the units. There were no other
 $1,479,337 upgrades.   deliverables or significant activity to report for this period.
            Purchase of For second quarter 2011, we paid for four Type XI buses and one
            ten buses,  Type III bus. We also for paid architectural service fees to
            facility    include payment for construction documentation, review of bids,
            renovation, schematic designs for administrative facility as well as the
            equipment   issuance of construction documentation. In addition, construction
            and transit work has begun on a vehicle washbay which will be used to wash
            enhancemen all transit vehicles. Construction has also begun to expand the
 $1,359,780 ts.         parking area at the transit facility.
           Abilene
           Transit
           System
           Ecomonic
           Recovery
           Capital          The agency has approved a bid with a contractor for our transfer
           Infrastructure   lane rehabilitation project. The contractor has started on the
$1,981,494 Project (8)      project and is over 60% complete.
           Purchase of
           seven buses,
           facility
           renovation,
           equipment
           and twenty       For second quarter 2011, salaries were paid to cover activities
           three bus        such as preperation of milestone reports, preperation of budget
  $408,986 shelters.
           Vehicles,        and production reports and correspondence.
           technology,      2nd Quarter of 2011, approximately 90% of grants funds has
           passenger        been spent. DCTA has completed four of the seven projects that
           amenities,       this grant is financially supporting. Those projects include the
           transit          construction of a Park&Ride station, five Fleet replacement and
           enhancemen       decal signage and thirteen bus shelter installations in Lewisville,
           ts, bus          TX. Continued efforts for completions of the remaining projects
           operations       are underway. Purchase of Fare boxes, security camera and
$3,251,211 equipment        additional shop equipment.




           ARRA 2009 -
           American      Total Amount of Payments to Vendors less than $25,000 has
           Recovery      been updated to a cumulative amount,79,528.18. Only
           Reinvestmen   Equipment has been purchased thus far. There are no
   $57,125 t Act 2009    infrustructures at this time. April - June 2011: Earth Care
                         Boat Maintenance Facility:
                         Management worked on the landscaping which is at this time
                         90% complete. During this quarter Proficient Electrical was
                         working on the interior electrical and is 60% completed with the
                         electrical work. Tri State Plumbing has been working on the
           Woodlands plumbing and worked on offsite waterlines the quarter and is now
           Boat & Bus 60% completed with the job. HVAC work was done by Magnolia
           Maint.        Mechanical and is 75% complete. Meer Cat Roof and Tile has
$1,346,136 Facilities    The design process for roof and insulation. E.Z. Dock has been
                         completed 100% of the pedestrian access improvements is
                         moving along quickly for the Greater East End Management
                         District. The corridors of York, Sampson and Navigation are
                         being considered in this phase of design. The improvements will
           GEEMD         include wide sidewalks, facilitites for disabled pedestrians,
           ARRA          crosswalk signalization, pedestrian lighting, enhanced
           Streetscape landscaping and other improvements. There have been 2 public
           Improvement meetings held to review the design process, with more planned in
        $0 s of
           City          the future. The Greater East End Management District will
           Arlington
           Handitran
           Recovery Act
           - To increase
           ride
           opportunities The City of Arlington's Handitran Increased the third party
           for the       contracted fleet of taxi cabs from 9 to 10 vehicles and provided
  $183,104 disabled and an additional 3345 passenger trips. / STAR Transit purchased
                         Kaufman Area Rural Transportation
                         shop equipment from local vendors. The North Central Texas
                         Council of Governments awarded a contract to Lasseter Bus and
                         Mobility for the manufacture and delivery of twenty-one (21) ADA-
                         accessible transit vehicles. Work has begun on these vehicles
           42 Repl.      which will be utilized by Public Transit Services and Special
           Veh; TE;      Programs for Aging Needs. This grant funds transit vehicles and
           Support       infrastructure. This investment will create jobs and promote
$2,907,484 Facilities    economic recovery.
                              This ARRA grant will allow the partnership of Dallas Area Rapid
                              Transit (DART), City of Dallas, and North Central Texas Council
                              of Governments (NCTCOG) to implement a 1.5 mile streetcar
                              project in Downtown Dallas. This project will help accomplish
            Downtown          Dallas?s vision of providing a key linkage between housing and
            Dallas -          job opportunities separated by the Trinity River, in addition to
            Oakcliff          encouraging redevelopment of key areas within the urban core.
            Streetcar         During the past quarter, the partnership made substantial
         $0 Project           progress on preliminary engineering, completed the majority of




            Preventive        The grant is allowing the agency to conduct preventive
   $607,231 Maintenance
            ARRA funds        maintenance on our 41 vehicle bythe transit agency to conduct
                              This grant has continued to allow our two maintenance personel.
            will be used      preventive maintenance on 30 buses or vans. As a result of these
            for               investments, the City of Amarillo will spend the ARRA funds in a
            Preventative      manner that will stabilize the local budget and avoid
            maintenance,      counterproductive local tax increases. The ARRA funds did not
            10% ADA           create new jobs and the City did not have plans to lay off
            Paratransit,      employees or reduce public transportation services. However
            and 10%           these ARRA funds allowed the City to retain jobs. Again the
 $1,843,036 operating         overall goal for the City is to spend the ARRA funds for




            TRANSIT
            CAPITAL   THE RFP/IFB IS SCHEDULE TO GO OUT 10/16/2009 AND
            ASSISTANC SHOULD BE AWARDED BY 10/30/2009 CONTRACT WAS
         $0 E         AWARDED ON 11/16/2010




            Intermodal        All construction activities were completed during the first quarter
            Transit &         of calendar year 2011. The grant was not closed during the first
            Parking           quarter because the final grant draw down did not occur until the
 $2,000,000 Facility          secondof 39 out of 49 sub-awards have been closed. These
                              A total quarter.
                              projects included vehicle and information technology
                              procurement. Many of the on going facility projects are partially
                              completed, including preliminary engineering, development of
                              plans, specifications, estimates, selection of contractors, or
            TxDOT PTN -       negotiation of contracts. The equipment has been delivered for
            09 ARRA           many projects which acquire information technology or shop
            362 Vehicles      equipment. In some cases, specifications are still under
$29,899,942 & Facilities
            Main Street       development.
                              On the Automated Switch Conversion project, manual track
            light rail line   switches on the Main Street Rail Line will be replaced with
            capital           automated track switches. During the first quarter of 2011 this
            improvement       project was completed, the track switch is installed and
            s, including      operational.            The Bar Signal Over-run project is a safety
            signalization,    system enhancement on the Main Street Rail line to detect Light
            communicati       Rail Vehicles (LRVs) passing through stop / horizontal bars
            ons, signage,     (similar to identifying vehicles running red lights with cameras).
 $1,860,357 etc.              During the second quarter of 2011 system performance improved




                              The Gulf Coast Center has provided public transportation service
                              in Southern Brazoria area with the support of this funding
            LAKE              $138,654 for the operating activities. The vendor has been
            JACKSON           selected for the construction and installation of Bus Shelter. 20%
    $21,980 SHELTERS          of the bus shelter construction work has been done so far.
            Purchase 33-  Rails with Trails transit enhancement project will provide an
            40ft and 7-   alternative bicycle and pedestrian accessway to Capital Metro
            35ft          transit facilities.Our entity has engaged community outreach to
            replacement   gather feedback. This route originally started at Crestview
            buses with    Station TOD and ran north through the neighborhood streets to
            security      US Hwy 183. Our rail ROW is only fifty wide in the urban core
            equipment,    and our future plans to double track the entire ?Red? line in the
            and provide   future does not allow us enough room within our rail ROW to
$21,667,695 complementa
            Replacement   This a bike trail located within our rail to purchase twenty-six, low-
                          havegrant will allow the transit agency ROW. We reviewed these
            buses; An     floor, hybrid-electric buses; four, low-floor, compressed natural
            upgraded      gas (CNG) buses; upgrade our exisiting farebox collection
            fare          system; improve customer service for our paratransit riders
            collection    through an auto-notification system; increase parking capacity at
            system; An    an exisiting Park & Ride facility; and, improve downtown service
            auto-         area amenties (bus stops/kiosks/monument signs) many of which
            notification  were installed almost 30 years ago. As a result of these
$18,922,019 system for    No American Recovery able to offer public transportation service
                          investments, VIA will beand Reinvestment Act funds are being
                          used for this project since the $2,793,817.00 of funding that
                          Brazos Transit District received in American Recovery and
                          Reinvestment Act funds for the construction of the Bryan Parking
                          Garage and Terminal have been completely expended since
            Construct     August 2010. East Texas Pre Cast completed the pre-cast and
            Bryan         Riggins Crane & Rig erected the pre-cast on the fifth level.
            Transit/Parki McCarty Electric installed electrical conduit on all garage levels.
 $2,793,817 ng Facility
            Project       The electrical conduit is 75% complete. Miller builders completed
                          Projects on which expenditures have been made: Preventive
            Title/Grant   Maintenance, $12,008,975; Articulated Buses, $5,969,270;
            Number: TX- design bus parking lot, $33,311; Trinity Railway Express (TRE)
            96-X023.      ITC powered rail switch, $658,474; ADA platform improvements
            Capital       design, $14,210; ADA platform construction, $83,154;
            projects      Maintenance Facility Upgrade, $221,450; Total expenditures,
            including     $18,995,605. Federal Transit Administration Grant TX-96-X023:
            Preventive    Projects and the costs associated with them include the following:
$18,995,605 Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, $12,008,975; purchase of eight


                         This grant has allowed the City's transit department to hire an
                         architectural firm and construction company to perform work on
            8 Buses,     new bus passenger shelters. Once these investments are
            Shelters,    complete, the City's transit department will be able to offer public
            Renov.       transportation that is more convenient, reliable, environmentally
                         The 12 and more to the production (assembly) line in March
 $1,623,562 Admin Fac. friendly,buses wentaccessible for people with disabilities.
                         2011. The last bus being fabricated is estimated to be in mid April
                         of 2011 and final delivery a week after that. Last, the bid
                         specification for the wrecker is completed and the opening bid
                         date is scheduled for April 21, 2011. All buses have been
            09 ARRA      delivered and are now in revenue service. During this quarter, no
            BUSES (12) payment was made so will be reporting expenditures on 3rd
            &            quarter. The bids of the wrecker are being reviewed by staff and
         $0 EQUIPMENT will make final decision by the 3rd quarter.
            Buses (5),
            ADP
            hardware for
            new fare     This quarter includes Phase II of the project and includes the
            collection   Project Manager and 3 engineering firms completing the design
            system and work for the construction related bus stop improvements. One
            citywide ADA contractor-Ti-Zack Construction was awarded all three zones of
            bus stop     Phase II ADA Bus Stops construction, with a notice to proceed
 $4,695,020 improvement issued on July 1, 2011 and work to begin on July 11, 2011.




                            The was no activity for this quarter. At this stage the project is
             ARRA LCI       approximately 40% complete. The remaining streets for the
             Streetscape    pedestrian-transit streetscape improvements are McCue,
             Improvement    Hidalgo, Sage and West Alabama. Construction activity is
          $0 s in Uptown    expected to resume in May and continue through November.
            Glory Road
            Transit
            Terminal,       During the second quarter of 2011 the only incomplete project
            Westside        was the bus shelters project. The Glory Road Transit Terminal
            Transit         and the Westside Transit Terminal were 100% complete as of the
            Terminal,       end of the second quarter of 2011. The bus shelters project was
            and Bus         96% complete. Out of approximately 171 shelters to be installed,
$12,655,411 Shelters        The Harris County CSD route June by ARRA
                            165 had been completed as offunded30, 2011. provided 2777
                            trips during the 2011 2nd quarter months of from April 01,2011
                            through June 30, 2011, which was a 7% decrease over the
                            January 2011 through March 2011 ridership. A comparison of
            Houston         the prior years ridership from April 01, 2010 through June 30,
            Urbanized       2010 against April 01, 2011 through June 30, 2011 shows a
            Area            114% increase in ridership on the ARRA route for the 2nd quarter
            Formula -       2011 time frame. The Electronic Fare media RFP to purchase
         $0 ARRA            the software and support for the electronic fare card system was




            TxDOT PTN -
            Intercity Bus   Six of the 15 sub-awards are now complete. The on going facility
            Fac's           projects are partially completed, including preliminary
            Rehab., Pur.    engineering, development of plans, specifications, estimates,
 $3,943,231 3 buses         selection of contractors, or negotiation of contracts.

                            During this quarter, Fort Bend County received approval from
                            Commissioners Court to negotiate with a vendor for the Intelligent
            Buses,          Transportation Systems project. A contract is not expected to be
            Construction,   awarded until 8/31/11. Construction bids for the Highway 36 Park
            Park & Ride,    and Ride construction project were received on 4/21/11. The
            and Misc        vendor was chosen, negotiations are complete and the contract
         $0 Equipment       was awarded to the vendor on 7/5/11.
                            Gulf Coast Center use this grant to start to construct Park and
                            Ride Service Facility at League City and bus shelters in Texas
                            City/La Marque area. UTMB Park and Ride Service Facility
                            construction has just started so far. $1,076,904 expenditure was
            UTMB Park       spent in Engineering/Design, and third party legal service
            and Ride        activities and ground base construction of Park and Ride facility.
            Service         $208,842 expenditure has been spent on bus shelter project
 $1,285,746 Facility        construction. took delivery of the bus, vans, scheduling software,
                            Waco Transit
                            and Mobile Date Terminals in prior quarters. The installation of
            26 vans, 1      the scheduling software and Mobile Data Terminals is complete.
            bus,            At this time Waco Transit System has expensed all the grant
            supplemental    funds; however, the final project is in acceptance testing. Waco
            equipment,      Transit System is in the final testing stage at this time to ensure
            and             the scheduling software and Mobile Data Terminals were
            preventive      installed correctly and functioning as intended. Once final
 $2,909,998 maintenance.    This grant will complete Metropolitan Transit satified with the end
                            acceptance is allow VIA and Waco Transit is to purchase three
                            electric buses. These buses will replace conventional diesel
                            buses which have met, or exceeded their useful life.
                            Infrastructure will also be acquired to recharge the batteries of the
                            electric buses once each route cycle. During the quarter ending
                            6/30/11 Continued work on Mechanical Electrical and Plumbing
           Electric         design services and installation of the Electric Bus Charging
           Buses and        Station. This will provide power and controls for the electric bus
  $186,482 Infrastructure   charging station at the Robert Thompson Transit Station.

                       The overall purpose and expected deliverable is the complete
                       renovation of the City of Galveston Island Transit maintenance
                       facility. The project went out for bid in the reporting period ending
                       September 30, 2009. In the Second Quarter of 2011 construction
           Maintenance of the maintenance facility is undergoing review of its final punch
           Facility -  list of few remaining items to be addressed. Regarding the bus
  $875,833 ARRA        purchase in the first quarter the buses were ordered.
                       This grant includes three projects to invest in public transit
                       improvements for the Houston region. One project will acquire 19
                       Light Rail Vehicles in effort to meet high passenger demand on
                       the existing Main Street Rail Line. In the first quarter of 2011,
                       METRO exercised an option to purchase 19 Light Rail Vehicles
            HOT LANES, through a contract already in place between Utah Transit
            19 RAIL    Authority and Siemens Industry Inc. In the second quarter of
            CARS, BUS 2011 Siemens provided METRO a Quality Assurance Program
$32,745,871 SHELTERS Plan, a System Safety Program Plan and a Master Test Plan.


           Purchase 9
           Replacement
           Vehicles and
           Bus Support During this quarter we received two (2) 30-ft buses, we also
           Equipment    received the final order of mobile data computers and software
  $913,309 and Shelters that were installed.




            AMERICAN
            RECOVERY
            REINVESTM
         $0 ENT ACT       Construct Bus Support Facilities.
                          The Upper Kirby Management District has 2 roadway
                          reconstruction/streetscape enhancement and transit access
                          improvement projects underway - Kirby Dr., phase II (Richmond
                          Avenue to US Highway 59) and Buffalo Speedway (Bissonnet to
                          US Higway 59). The Upper Kirby Management District just
            UKMD          completed improvements along Wakeforest (Richmond Ave. to
            Streetscape US Highway 59). All these projects are working on roadway
            Improvement elements and underground utilities in this reporting quarter. Only
 $1,364,436 s - ARRA      a small portion current activity is eligible from this grant.aging
                          Three buses were ordered in March 2010 to replace an
            Transit bus fleet and were accepted early in Q2 2011. The new buses are
            acquisition, operational and replaced aging vehicles resulting in better
            bus stop      performance and reliability. Construction on the parking lot
            improvement security project was completed in Q2 2011. Fleet will be moved
            s and depot to secured parking lot resulting in lowered deadhead and
            site          operational cost savings. Design and bid documents were
            improvement completed for the Depot Site Improvement project and the
   $266,792 s.            contract awarded during Q1 2011.on schedule with foundation
                          The project has been proceeding Construction continued
                          set, steel frame erected and roofing commenced. Notice to
                          proceed was given on January 17th, 2011 and construction
                          began soon thereafter. Construction activities included general
                          site work, grade beam foundation and concrete pour. Previous
            Concho        quarterly activities: Environmental remediation activities were
            Valley        completed. This included the removal and disposal of
            Transit       contaminated soil from the project site. The bidding, evaluation,
   $340,547 Terminal      and awardthe a general contractorcomplete. Many of the on going
                          Twenty of of 34 sub-awards are construction contract was
                          facility projects are partially completed, including preliminary
                          engineering, development of plans, specifications, estimates,
                          selection of contractors, or negotiation of contracts. The
                          equipment has been delivered for many projects which acquire
            TxDOT PTN - information technology or shop equipment. In some cases,
            23 Vehicles, specifications are still under development. Many of the vehicles
            Construction, to be procured have been ordered and in many cases they have
                          Site received.
 $8,242,565 Prev. Maint. beenWork & Exterior Concrete ? Overall this is approximately
                          85% complete, with minor walkways and the rest of the bus drive
                          down the alley to finish. Interior Concrete ? 100% complete
                          Roofing ? Approximately 90% complete. The building is in the
                          dry but there are some miscellaneous items that the roofer will
            Transfer      need to address later in the project. Masonry ? Approximately
            Station and 95% complete. Just some miscellaneous patching remains.
            Administratio Framing & Rough carpentry ? The framing is about 100%
    $23,403 n Offices     complete Electrical ? Electrical is 90% completes with The
            Constuct
            Light Rail
            Maintenance
            Facility,
            Preventative    This grant has allowed the transit agency to procure 14
            Maintenance,    replacement and 3 expansion transit buses; renovate and
            Purchases       construct a light rail yard and shop; purchase various security
            Buses,          equipment; purchase passenger shelters and other transit
$47,753,647 Security        enhancements.

                        This is for a 5900 sq. foot administration and operations facility.
                        It will house the drivers facilities, dispatch facilities and the
                        administration offices. We have gone out to bid and have
                        awarded the contract. The construction is completeed and final
                        payment is processed. An RFB has been issued and bids
            UT-96-X003- received for the Vehicle purchase. The bid has been awarded
 $1,069,342 00          and the first of allowed continueddeliveredof state administrative
                        This grant has two vehicles was funding the last week of June.
                        support for managing the ARRA grant. Cache Valley Transit
                        District ARRA Projects are completed. Park City's transit
                        operations facility ARRA portion of the Project is complete. Cedar
            Non-        Area Transit vehicle storage facility complete and work on the
            Urbanized   washbay to begin in July 2011. Uintah Basin Association of
            Area        Governments has completed the ARRA funded mobility
            Formula     management activities, and have purchased the radios and
 $6,224,905 Program     computer. UBAOG have started fixed route service. Navajo




           Operating,
           Facility
           Rehab, Misc During this quarter, the roof of the mass transit garage and
  $853,290 Equip       administrative area was painted.




           Petersburg   The funds for this quarter were used to purchase update route
  $500,000 Area Transit signs and additional furniture needed to furnish the library area.




            Transit
            Capital
 $1,341,123 Assistance
            Purchase        No activity will allowbuses on order.
                            This grant - hybrid Winchester Transit to purchase 2 new
            para-transit    computers and 1 server and install para-transit scheduling
            scheduling      software to aid in managing para-transit drivers, vehicles and
            software; 2     driver schedules. The software will also aid in data collection,
            computers       reporting and record-keeping. It will also allow Winchester
            and 1 server;   Transit to purchase wireless surveillance equipment for a new
            wireless        bus facility built in FY09. Bus stop signs will be updated to
            security        include route maps and route information on each sign.
    $11,300 cameras for
            Four Buses,     AutomaticQuarter: Four Gillig Low Floor buses began in all fixed-
                            2011 2nd stop announcment system will be installed production
            Assocated       the last week of June 2011. Delivery will be during the 3rd
            Capital         Quarter. The Intelligent Transportation System Project with
            Maintenance,    NextBus, Inc. is in process. Mobile Data Terminals and hardware
            Passenger       have been installed. Voice announcement systems will be
            Shelters,       installed at the transit facility in early July. 2011 1st Quarter:
            ADA Vehicle     Security Cameras for the facility were installed. Customer
            Equipment,      Meeting with Gillig for the four 35 foot low floor buses was held.
   $110,670 Security        Production is scheduled to begin the week of June 13, 2011. The
            Arlington
            County CNG
            Bus              The contract to purchase the buses was awarded on June 15,
         $0 Purchase of      2010.
            seven
            replacement
            buses and
            various          During this quarter payment for (1)reimbursement was made on
            capital items    the following line items: Replacement buses had installation of
            (shop,comm       (APC) units Automatic Passenger Counters; passenger shelters
            unication,       and the hardware line. This reimbursement was for purchases of
 $4,285,331 shelter/bike     product.




            Arlington
            County CNG-
            Hybrid Bus      The contract to purchase the buses was awarded on May 5,
         $0 Purchase        2010.
                            This grant will allow Bristol Virgina Transit to purchase one <30
                            replacement bus, one support vehicle, radio and communitcation
                            equipment and office equipment to modernize its fleet. As a
                            result of these investments Bristol Virginia Transit will be able to
                            offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable,
            ARRA 1 Bus, more environmentally friendly and more accessible for people
            Radios,         with disabilities. Bristol Virginia Transit will also receive operating
     $3,923 Equip, OA
            50 Vans, 1      assistancewill allow the purchase of 50 vans and 1 bus to replace
                            This grant funds that will allow us to retain jobs.
            trolleybus, 1 an aging fleet. This grant will also provide a new trolley bus to
            bus,            add service in an area that had none. In addition, this investment
            eng/design of will allow one of our grantees to expand their administrative
            admin           spaces and fix their damaged parking lot. The grant will also be
            building, and used to help transit agencies to maintain their level of service by
            repavement providing operating funds. This investment will allow the transit
            of parking lot, agencies to continue to offer public transportation that is safer,
 $3,622,615 and             more grant allows the agency to purchase six andcutaway buses,
                            'This reliable, more environmentally friendly, (6) more
                            add automatic vehicle locators and security cameras on 47
                            buses, replace a support vehicle, add a farebox to four buses,
                            replace inventory shop bins and shelves, and to purchase safes.
            TRANSFER It also allow the company to perform building improvements to its
            FAC,            Transfer Center such as replacing its roof, painting, upgrading the
            OPERATING HVAC system, replacement of exterior doors, etc. The grant also
            , SHOP/OFC includes $240,547 for operating expenses in FY 2010. In the
   $509,717 EQUIP           quarter ending June 2011, and the City of Roanoke are continue




                         During the last quarter, the funds were used to pay salary costs
            FY2010       of HRT employees working on the project, project Right of Way
            ARRA STP-    costs, and Light Rail Transit (LRT) construction and management
 $9,523,797 Norfolk LRT  costs.
                         This grant provides for two shelters to be installed on opposite
                         sides of the street at the Manassas Park VRE Station. One side
            2            is the new Manassas Park Town Government Center and the
            Locomotives, other side is slated for future high density development. This
            2 Buses,     grant also provides for two locomotives, the first of which arrived
            Capital Cost at Broad Run Station on December 27, 2010, the second
            of           locomotive arrived January 9, 2011 and was tested and put into
            Contracting, service January 18, 2011. This grant also provides for two buses
$13,541,159 Amenities    which were delivered June 30 and July 1, 2010. As a result of
            7 bybird-
            electric
            buses, 2
            support
            vehicles for
            supervisory     Received and disbursed payment for 30 slimline passenger
            personel,       shelters. Received and disbursed payment for computer server,
            GPS-based       hardware, software and operating system and new cable wiring
 $4,677,272 automatic       WATA server.
                            for newis currently working with the Virginia Dept of Rail and
                            Public Transportation with technical assistance in capturing and
                            defining the information needed for this project and the scope in
                            issuing an RFP. DRPT and IT consultant currently develping
             Bus and        needs assessment. IT consultants are to work with WATA until
             Other Motor    project is completed.04/07/2011: Meeting this month with
             Vehicle        consultants and the WATA Board of Directors to educate all
             Transit        parties? job duty changes and expectations with the new
          $0 System         technology. Expect an RFP to be completed by May 2011. This




                          GRTC intends to purchase 8 40-foot low floor transit buses that
                          have reached the end of their useful service life. The Gillig buses
            Bus           being replaced were purchased and put into service in 1998 and
         $0 Purchase      have exceeded theri this quarter included 12 years.
                          Activities performed useful service life of professional services
                          for the transfer center project. Descriptions of grant projects
                          include: 1. purchase and installation of a mobile surveillance
                          camera system on our fleet of 78 paratransit vehicles. 2.
            38 vans, 11 replacement of 38 paratransit vans with wheelchair lifts. 3.
            buses, signs, purchase of 11 40-foot transit buses to replace vehicles that have
            ADA,          reached the end of their useful service life. 4. preliminary
            preventive    activities relating to the construction of a transfer center. Work
$10,198,862 maintenance includes environmental work and any minor design work
                          State contract to purchase the bus replacements completed. Bus
                          shelters locations are being surveyed. Contract to evaluate
                          software and hardware is being reviewed to ensure interfacing
                          with existing software will create a more efficient operation. RFP
            Bus and       for software to be issued in June. WATA is working with IT
            Other Motor consultant on this project and the VA-66-X001 AVL/GPS project.
            Vehicle       New contractor for Maintenance on fleet began April 1, 2011.
            Transit       Services on PM continue. 07/01/2011: RFP for software project
   $589,808 System        due to be released in Mid to late July 2011. New contractor

                           This quarter, District Three Public Transit completed purchase
                           and installation of a security/surveillance in their transit fleet.
                           Blackstone Area Transit purchased miscellaneous equipment
                           and new doors for the maintenance facility. Mountain Empire
            Capital        Older Citizens, Inc. also purchased misc equipment for their
            Projects for admin/maintenance facility. Additional passenger shelter was
 $3,571,516 Rural Transit. purchased for the Town of Bluefield.
            Bus
            Purchases,
            Contruction
            of SS Bus
            Facility; Shop Rent payments related to use of another facility while HRT's
            Equipment; Southside facility is under construction. Computer, radios, and
            40-foot bus LRT and non-revenue vehicle purchases are continuing. Design
            purchase;      of HRT's bus wash and transfer center improvements/upgrades
$19,002,467 Transfer       were also completed and construction was started.




                            System modernization documentation efforts have been the
                            primary focus this quarter against the $383,937 approved work
                            authorization that was increased by $83,565 for a total value of
                            $467,502.
Task Order #6: Coordinated and Visited ARRA project sites in
Orangeburg and Clemson, SC (SCDOT); Greensboro, NC
(COG); Miami, FL (MDT); Farjardo and Vieques, Puerto Rico
(AMA); Connecticut DOT (CTDOT); Cape Cod RTA, MA
(CCRTA); Fall River/New Bedford, MA (SRTA), Mobile, AL and
Kennebunkport, MA (Maine DOT). Coordinated and held
telephone conferences with Franklin, MA (FRTA); Lowell, MA
(LRTA); Merrick Valley, MA (MVRTA); Mississippi DOT (MDOT)
in anticipation of future site visits. Produced reports for Region 1


Conducting State management Reviews of tribal transit and rural
grantees and conducted ARRA training workshop in Seattle.
Provided technical assistance to Grantees. During the reporting
quarter provided technical assistance to FTA headquarters,
conducted desk reviews, conducted preparations for next
workshop.




CLIN 36 - ARRA Oversight Program Support and Special
Assistance As of June 30, 2011 - All work completed that was
assigned to our firm by FTA. Awaiting additional assignments in
2nd quarter of 2011. No significant activity to report.




No work conducted during the period. Work essentially
complete.




Consultants To conduct Procurement Systems Reviews. Reviews
were accomplished for Region 2 at the New York State DOT, in
Albany, NY and the New York City DOT in New York City, NY -
Total billed to date: $82606.00.




Completed 11 of 17 initial desk reviews. Issued one final report




Perform Procurement Systems Reviews-not started on this Task
Order.




Produced Annual Program Report on FTA Ovesight activities and
coordinated work on standard operating procedures.
                               Not started.




                          Software change analysis preparation; requirements gathering
                          and validation against approved change requests; release groups
                          pending; Security requirement updates under review including
                          PIV/ HSPD-12 needs. Quarter 2011: To date approximately 39
                          Project Update for 2ndt
                          of 41 bus shelters are currently over 90% completed territory-
                          wide; 4 bus shelters are approximately 95% completed; these (4)
                          shelters are located within the St. Thomas Historic Preservation
                          District, and are part of the final phase (Phase III) for that island.
                          Two bus shelters on the island of St. Croix have not been
            Bus Shelters, constructed due to issues with encroachment between the
            Bus Stop      government and a private property owner. These issues are still
 $1,020,154 Signs         being addressed and should be resolved shortly; thereafter the




            Transit
            Capital            The final two buses were received and paid for during this
         $0 Assistance
            Construct          quarter.
                               These funds are being used to help construct and complete the
            University         University Link light rail extension (construction of I-5 pits,
            Link light rail,   contract U215), Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station, and M-to-
            Mountlake          Lakewood Track and Signal for commuter rail and final design
            Terrace            work of the Tukwila Commuter Rail Station and purchase clean
            Freeway            fuels buses. The work for University Link (U215 I-5
            Station and        undercrossing pits) was complete in early summer 2010,
            M-Lakewood         Mountlake Terrace Freeway Station is complete and opened for
$20,753,328 Track and          During the reporting period April 1 - and 30, 2011: Barge design
                               revenue service on March 20, 2011 JuneM-Lakewood Track and
                               was completed May 27, 2011 and the construction contract
                               package was prepared for advertisement (advertised July 5th),
                               coordination with the National Marine Fisheries Service and US
                               Fish and Wildlife Service for Endangered Species Act (ESA) and
                               Marine Mammal Protection Act (MMPA) Biological Opinions
             Transit           continued, the City of Seattle building permit application was
             Capital           submitted for the proposed barge location, an MOU was
          $0 Assistance        developed between King County, WSDOT and the AWV




            09 ARRA
            GAS Hybrid
            Replacement QUARTERLY ACTIVITIES: All vehicles delivered, accepted
 $3,000,000 Bus         and payment for Proposals (RFP)hybrid system. Fleet
                        The Request made to vendor for deadline for the
                        Management System was on 6/19/11. We did not receive any
                        bids for this RFP. This is the second time we did not receive any
                        bids. We have not been successful in getting a response from
                        potential vendors to find out why they are not interested in
                        sending proposals. We are in contact with FTA region X staff to
            KALTRAN     resolve the issue. During April 2011 we worked on getting a
            Bus         minimum of 3 quotes for the 15 passenger van. A contract was
   $256,193 Purchases   awarded on 5/2/11 with estimated date of delivery date of the van
            Purchase 75     As of the 2nd quarter 2011, 2 of the 3 project funded by this grant
            replacement     are complete. Kitsap Transit awarded a construction contract on
            Vans;           Feb. 15 for the 3rd project, vessel purchase. Construction on the
            Expand          vessel extension began March 1 and is currently 25% complete.
            Maintenance     There are no awards to vendors of $25,000 or less. This grant
            Base;           has allowed Kitsap Transit to supplement the funding for the
            Purchase 1      expansion of its main storage and maintenance base, which will
            small           include an automated bus wash facility and light maintenance
 $1,986,382 passenger       and fueling facility. Improvements also include upgrades to the




            09 ARRA      During the 3rd quarter, no activity has taken place. Link has
            5307 Cut a   completed all projects and has a balance remaining of $63,166,
            ways         which will be used to purchase one additional replacement cut a
            (3);Vehicles(way, which is anticipated to be here by July or August. Once this
   $956,677 3);Softw+    King way is Metro (KCM) accepted, this grant will be a five-year
                         cut a County delivered and awarded Contract MB 08-1,closed.
                         agreement with Daimler Buses North America for the
                         manufacture and delivery of up to 500 40ft and 35ft heavy duty
                         low floor diesel-fueled hybrid drive and standard drive buses in
                         July 2009 following a competitive proposal process. The
                         approximately 66 buses funded by the ARRA stimulus grant are
            Transit      part of the First Order of 93 buses. King County Metro has
            Capital      received an additional grant award WA-66-X002 that will help
$62,645,612 Assistance   fund 2 additional 40ft low floor hybrid buses. This brings has total
                         During this Quarter (April, May & June 2011) Red Earth the
                         completed installing all but one (1) Bus Shelter. The first Shelter
                         that was installed was vandalized and we had to be remove this
                         Shelter from the site. We are currently waiting for the paper work
                         to be completed, to install the Shelter at another site. We also
                         applied signage to the Shelters; our Logo & ARRA information.
                         The Yakama Nation Tribal Transit Program has received the Bus
                         Shelters that was ordered from the Vendor we selected.
         $0 Bus Shelters Constuction will begin the following Quarter due to the weather.

                          The program manager and Bill Ramous Tribal Liaison worked on
                          a budget revision allowing the Tribe to spend the remainder of the
                          ARRA funds on the purchase of a seventh van. The budget
                          revision was completed and approved this quarter. The property
            09 ARRA       manager has been given information to complete the bidding
            TTP Vanpool process and we hope to have this van in operation within 90
   $214,838 Vans (6)      days. 2011 - The activities during this quarter were for
                          July 5,
                          engineering/design of the Progress and Trent Bus turnout. This
                          project will be completed by September, 2011 in order to coincide
                          with the September service change.Activities associated with the
            09 ARRA       design include surveying, site meetings, and engineering
            5307 Buses drawings. April 5, 2011 - There was no activity during this last
            (23);         quarter. All of the projects in the ARRA grant with the exception
            Security; PM; of transit enhancements (bus shelters, signage and lighting,
$10,511,427 TE            pedestrian walkways)were completed in either the previous
                          QUARTERLY ACTIVITIES: Buses $10,839,567: All buses have
                          been delivered and we have nearly completed accepting. All
                          Jobs were reported last quarter when buses were delivered. Both
                          Preventive Maintenance and Operating projects completed as of
            09 ARRA       Q2 2010. Overall Project Description: Purchase 12
            5307 12 Repl Replacement Double Deck Buses; Preventive Maintenance on
            Buses, PM, buses and facilities performed by in-house staff; and General
$10,867,512 Ops           Operating assistance for Fixed Route Service.




            09 ARRA
            STP
            Construct
            MtLake Terr     Contract issued for remaining construction activities and work
   $399,992 P&R             has begun.
                         During the 3rd federal fiscal quarter, one reimbursement took
                         place to pay for the slow charger, a bike rack and for the project
                         managers’ wages. Link received its first fully electric trolley
                         and the slow charger. The slow charger was hooked up at
                         Link’s operation and maintenance base and trolley number
            09 ARRA      one has had the graphics installed. The arrival of the first trolley
            GAS Buses means we can begin to training for both drivers and mechanics.
            (5); Docking The trolley itself is very impressive. The quality of workmanship
 $1,839,896 Stations     is very high and we expect a good2011, this grant only on the the
                         As of the quarter ending June 30, service life not has funded
                         following work: -Installation of DDC controls and occupancy
                         sensors at all agency facilities -Installation of lighting upgrades at
                         the Administration, Maintenance, and Fisher's Landing facilities
                         and parking areas -Installation of replacement heating and
            09 ARRA      cooling units in the Administration Bldg and Maintenance Facility -
            GAS Facility Installation of replacement hot water piping in the Administration
            Improvement Bldg -Installation of a replacement boiler at Fisher's Landing
 $1,447,997 Project      Transit Center -Installation of solar panneling at both the




            09 ARRA          Vehicle acquisitions continued this quarter as several agencies
            5311             accepted buses. In addition, a major transit facility construction
            Bus(30);         project was completed. Additional vehicles, shelters, signage,
            Fac(2);          and communication/security equipment systems have been
$12,150,014 Shelters
            Hybrid           ordered.
                             Project status for this quarter includes: On 7/13/11, we were
            Transit          notified the hybrid coach is scheduled to be delivered by the end
            Coach, 3         of July 2011. This grant allowed the transit agency to purchase
            paratransit      one 35' hybrid transit coach. The coach is now in production with
            vehicles, one    the expected delivery in August/September 2011. The GPS
            staff vehicle,   Tracking System installation is now fully completed. As a result of
            bus garage       these investments, the transit agency will be able to offer public
            roof repair      transportation service that is safer, more reliable, more
   $337,937 and GPS          environmentally friendly, and more accessible for08-1, a five-year
                             King County Metro (KCM) awarded Contract MB people with
                             agreement with Daimler Buses North America for the
                             manufacture and delivery of up to 500 40ft and 35ft heavy duty
                             low floor diesel-fueled hybrid drive and standard drive buses in
                             July 2009 following a competitive proposal process. The
                             approximately 2 buses funded by the ARRA stimulus grant are
             Transit         part of the First Order of 93 buses. King County Metro has
             Capital         received an additional grant award WA-96-X005-01 that will help
          $0 Assistance      fund 66 additional 40ft low floor hybrid buses. This brings the total

                           During the quarter ending June 30, 2011, no new activity
                           occurred with the grant. Projects are 99% complete, with an
                           expectation of final items to occur (and vendor activity submitted)
            09 ARRA        with the IVR software project in the next quarter. C-TRAN is in
            5307 Bus(3), the process of reviewing the grant projects for a possible grant
            Van(12), PM, budget revision to redirect funds towards other grant ALIs already
 $5,584,051 Fac Mount included within the scope of the grant.
            South
            Vernon Park
            and Ride -
            Design/Engin
            eering
            Construction
            Management
            March's Point There were no activities performed on this grant this reporting
   $815,074 Park & Ride - period.
            $4,400,000 This grant allowed Pierce Transit to continue performance of
            for preventive preventive maintenance of vehicles and facilities at required
            maintenance, levels, order nine diesel-electric hybrid buses to replace buses
            $1,571,075 that have exceeded the useful life, and replace a compressed
            for            natural gas (CNG) compressor and related equipment required
            replacement for fueling vehicles. As a result of these investments, the transit
            of a           agency will be able to offer public transportation services and
            compressed facilities that are clean, reliable, and environmentally friendly.
$11,264,550 natural gas Activities conducted during the past quarter are as follows: This
                       Transit Enunciators and AVL Equipment: During the reporting
                       period, Strategic Mapping produced a new project schedule to
                       install components by September 2011. The vendor reported
                       receiving 2/3 of the product and anticipates the delivery of the
           Preventive  remaining 1/3 of raw materials to complete assembly and meet
           Maintenance the installation schedule proposed for the 3rd quarter of 2011.
           and Transit Our second vendor, Trapeze performed vehicle installation of
           Stop        mobile data terminals, on site integration testing, technical
$1,312,285 Enunciators support and training.




           09 ARRA
           TTP BUSES        Remaining funds were expended for this program. The transit
  $398,000 (4)
           Washington       buses were purchased from Harlows Bus Sales.
           State Ferries
           Vessel           The completed contract work consisted of the following
           Preservation     preservation repairs to the MV Kittitas: topside coatings
           and Terminal     preparation and paint; promenade window sealing; gauging of
           Preservation     vessel steel; various steel repair; navigation light upgrades and
           (seismic         fire pump piping modifications. All work on vessel projects ynder
           retrofit         this grant was completed this quarter. All work on the four
$6,434,228 projects for
           Washington       seismic projects hasWashingtonbeen completed.
                            This grant will allow previously County will purchase 6
           County will      wheelchair equipped minibuses that are less than 30ft, 3 lowered
           purchase 6       floor minivans with wheelchair ramp, and 3 taxi sedans. The
           ADA              useful life for minibuses are 5 years or 150,000 miles. All other
           minibuses        vehicles are 4 years or 100,000 miles. The vehicles being
           that are less    replaced have met their useful life. The vehicles are 4-5 years old
           than 30ft, 3     and all have over 300,000 miles. Washington County thru its
           ADA              provider will be able to operate and maintain this vehicle
        $0 minivans, 3      expansion. These vehicles will allow the Shared Ride Taxi




           5 35'
           Replacement
           Buses Diesel
        $0 Fuel
           191                    overall has been awarded to the bus this grant program as
                            The project purposes and expectations of manufacturer.
           Veh/Diesel/H     they relate to each subrecipient are 1) to enhance the access of
           ybrid/Gasolin    people in nonurbanized areas to health care, shopping,
           e/1Cons;         education, employment, public services, and recreation; 2) to
           Rural and        assist in the maintenance, development, improvement, and use
           Small Urban      of public transportation systems in rural and small urban areas; 3)
           Area Transit     to encourage and facilitate the most efficient use of all Federal
           Capital          funds used to provide passenger transportation in nonurbanized
$8,917,326 Assistance       areas through the coordination of programs and services; andthe
                            During this quarter, Green Bay Metro did additional testing on 4)
                            AVL/GPS system, full install scheduled middle of July - to
                            beginning of August with a go live date in August 2011. The
                            Surveillance/Security/AVL system is the final outstanding projects
                            utilizing ARRA funds granted to Green Bay Metro. As a result of
           4-35`Bus         these investments, the Green Bay Metro will be able to offer
           Repl-Disel       improved public transportation service that is more customer-
           Fuel 3hybrid     friendly, reliable, safer, while providing more accurate information
        $0 vehicles         6/30/11: Work continued riders.
                            to the transit agency and on Garage Lighting project. H&H
                            Electric (contractor) completed over 1100 hours of labor on this
          Replace the       project (856 hours posted to grant WI770002 and 256 hours
          lighting in the   posted to grant WI960011). Total cost (material & labor) to date
          Tranist           is $150,000 for this grant. This milestone is complete as of
          maintenance       3/31/11.The Total Federal funds invoiced does not match the
          Facility and      total ECHO disbursements as of 6/30/11, based on the fact that
          Bus Storage       $150,000 of these invoiced funds, only 143,115 have been
 $150,000 Garage.           drawdown. The difference is retainage to be drawn down before
                           This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase 5 35 foot
                           replacement buses, to upgrade out Transit Master Software, to
                           upgrade our farebox systems, to purchase a plow truck and a
            3 Diese35'     replcament support vehicle. As a result of these investments, the
            Repl. 4 30'    transit agency will be able to offer public transportation service
            Repl Buses     that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and
 $2,379,507 Diesel         more accessible for people with disabilities.


            Purchase of
            medium duty
            hybrid bus     This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase a new
            and bus        medium duty hybrid bus. This will be more environmentaly
            shelter        friendly and fuel efficient. Additional bus shelter signage will
         $0 signage.       provide valuable information about our service to our customers.




            Bus/Equipme
            nt          Final round of security cameras are substantially completed.
 $2,460,271 Replacement Second utility truck is in operation.




            3 less than    During the second quarter of 2011, Valley Transit has no
            30'            expenditures to report. We have completed an RFP process for
            Expansion      an ITS system and will report expenditures during the third
   $970,757 Hybrid Buses
            Purchase of    quarter.
            45 buses,
            replacement
            fareboxes, a
            vehicle
            annunciator
            system and 3
            personal
$16,400,195 computers.
            Service        This work continued the City of Janesville,
                           Specproject will allow on the farebox project.WI to construct a new
            Truck:         operations and maintenance facility for the Janesville Transit
            $65,000; 3     System, replacing a facility which ranges between 30 and 48
            Rebuilt        years old. The new facility wil materially improve the efficiency
            Diesel         and productivity of the transit maintenance operation while
            Engines,       reducing environmental effects from the operation and providing
            $60,000; 3     safer and more reliable buses for the citizens of the City. The
            Rebuilt        project will also provide improved and safer working conditions
   $199,843 Transmission   for the maintenance workforce and other transit employees. The




                           This quarter acceptance of quotes for equipment & vehicles
           ARRA            purchases have been made and acquired. Processing of vehicle
  $148,461 Transit         signage. Shop equipment on delay.




           5 repl vans 6
           station
           wagons
  $488,622 gasoline      Installed shelter, bicycle equipment,and RouteMatch service.
          Purchase
          bus washer,
          rehab bus        This grant will allow the transit agency to purchase a new
          wash             medium duty hybrid bus and bus wash along with the
          building,        replacement of aging support vehicles and maintenance
          purchase         equipment. The bus will be more environmentaly friendly and
          misc             fuel efficient. Additional bus shelters and communication
          maintenance      equipment at the transit center will provide valuable information
 $213,197 equipment,       about our service to our customers.


                           This grant will allow the Oshkosh Transit System to purchase 4
                           low-floor, hybrid-electric buses as fleet replacements. As a result
                           of this investment, the Oshkosh Transit System will be able to
           Purchase 4      offer public transportation that is safer, more reliable, more
           replacement     environmentally friendly, and more accessible for people with
$2,129,877 buses           disabilities.
                           Enhancement: Improve bus stops. No activity. Paving will occur
                           during warm weather months. Replace fareboxes: This project
                           will allow for interface with other transit systems in the Milwaukee
                           area for fares. Specifications are being prepared. Repave
                           Parking Lot: This project will repave a 23 year old parking lot with
                           new pavement. Activity: Project was completed on 12/31/2009.
                           Replace Transit Operations and Maintenance Facility roof: This
          ARRA Phase       project will replace the leaky roof with a brand new roof. Activity:
 $293,329 I                Construction was underway ACTIVITY SINCE PREVIOUS
                           UPDATED 07/01/2011: NO as of 12/31/2009. Project was
                           REPORT UPDATED 04/08/2011: NO ACTIVITY SINCE
                           PREVIOUS REPORT. UPDATED 01/07/2011: NO ACTIVITY
           Purchase of     SINCE PREVIOUS REPORT. UPDATED 10/05/2010: 5-GILLIG
           5               LOW FLOOR CLEAN DIESEL BUSES WERE DELIVERED IN
           replacement     SEPTEMBER 2010. UPDATED 07/01/2010: TWO OF TWO
           buses and 2     SUPPORT VEHICLES HAVE BEEN RECEIVED. THE BUS
           support         PROCUREMENT CONTINUES WITH DELIVERY PROJECTED
        $0 vehicles        FOR 10/15/2010. UPDATE 4/07/2010: THE FIRST OF TWO
           4 35'-1 40'     Eau Claire Transit has three separate purchases that It will be
           Replacement     making with this funding so from now on I will be calling them;
           Disel Fuel      Bus Replacement, Security Cameras, and Shop Truck. We are
           Buses, a        pleased to announce that we have completed the purchase of the
           Shop Truck,     buses from GIllig. This purchase order was a piggyback off of
           and             Kenosha Area Transit's contract. The Security Cameras are
           Surveillance    installed and this is complete. We have issued a purchase order
$1,928,595 Camera of
           Purchase        for the Shop Truck.
                           6/30/11:Work continued on Garage Lighting project. H&H
           up to           Electric has completed over 1100 hrs of labor on this project (856
           fourteen        hrs posted to WI770002 & 256 hrs posted to WI960011). Total
           replacement     cost (material & labor) expended to WI96X011 to date is
           40-ft buses &   $59048.50. Total Federal funds invoiced does not match the
           up to four      total ECHO disbursements as of 6/30/11, based on the fact that
           replacement     $2481 of these invoiced funds, are for retainage & will be
           25-ft buses.    included in the 2nd 2011 drawdown. (klm-7/13/11) 3/31/11:Work
$8,245,767 Purchase        has continued on the Garage Lighting. H&H Electric completed

           1 BUS,
           FACILITY,       BUS AND SUPERVISOR VEHICLE PURCHASED AND IN USE.
           SECURITY,       SECURITY EQUIPMENT PURCHASED AND COMPLETELY
           PREVENTIV       INSTALLED. STEEL BUILDING PURCHASED, AND
           E               CONSTRUCTED. PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FUNDS
           MAINTENAN       COMPLETELY EXPENDED. SCHEDULING SOFTWARE
  $219,159 CE
           Purchase 2      UNDER CONTRACT.
           35' Hybrid
           Buses;
           GPS/AVL
           Project;
           Associated      4/1/11 through 6/30/11 Bus wash installation completed.
           Capital         Preperation continueing on RFP for Radio system. Security
           Items; 20       Cameras installed on new garage area, final bills for electric work
$2,462,136 Bus Shelters    on garage renovations (relocation of fleet fueling controls) paid.
                          Building complete, final walk thru with contractor and fire
                          marshall. No new jobs were created. This grant has allowed
                          EPTA to pay for an A&E firm for the administration of this project
           Admin/Maint    and a general contractor to begin construction of this project.
           Facility       Additionally EPTA has contracted with a vehicle manufacturer for
$1,000,000 Expansion
           56 Vehicles,   The award funds various one expansion bus.
                          3 replacement buses andtransit projects in 11 counties
           Facility       throughout West Virginia. Activities include: the purchase of 49
           Rehabilitatio  vehicles to replace aged equipment that met or exceeded the
           n, Facility    useful life requirements as established by the Federal Transit
           Construction,  Administration (FTA); the purchase of 5 vehicles that will expand
           Equipment,     rural transit service; the purchase of a new communications
           Preventive     system for a public rural transit system to replace one that was
           Maintenance,   14 years old; the purchase of 8 passenger shelters that improve
$6,427,077 Operating
           PURCHASE       passenger amenities and provide for a safer bus stop for waiting
           4 BUSES, 2
           VANS, 2
           SUPPORT
           VEHICLES,
           2 SPARE
           TRANSMISS
           IONS, 26      THIS QUARTER WE INSTALLED OUR WATER/OIL
$1,407,841 GPS UNITS, SEPARATOR AND COMPLETED OUR GPS SYSTEM.
                         11400-114402: Fuel Tank-Tanks are installed and construction
                         complete. New card system is installed. The concrete has begun
                         to deteriorate therefore it is necessary to conduct testing to
                         determine the integrity of the concrete work before making final
           FacRenov,S payment. After testing was complete, it has been determined
           ecurityADP/ there must be corrective action taken to prevent further
           Misc&SupEq detioration. Final payment will NOT be made until corrective
$1,509,447 uip           work is complete. local transit providers. 54% of the ARRA
                         Made payments to
                         phase of project is complete. 54% of the ARRA phase contract
                         has been paid to contractor for contract items specified in ARRA
                         award description. 54% of ARRA funds paid have been
                         reimbursed by the Federal Transit Administration to the state of
                         Wyoming Department of Transportation. The six bay
           86 - Non-     garage/maintenance facility is almost complete. There is one bus
           Urban Area left to purchase of the 5 buses, 2 of which will be hybrids, for
$3,801,769 Formula       (START.) The 4 replacement buses for (WRTA) and 2 route




           ARRA grant
           for capital    During this quarter, we purchased materials for the bench
           transit        installations. The final bills for additional bench installation
$1,088,596 purchases      hardware will be paid in early July and this grant will be closed.




           ARRA:Bus
           Shelters,     This grant has allowed the City to design and continue building
$1,226,056 Rolling Stock bus stops during the period ended June 30, 2011.
                                                               project_statu number_of_j                                             infrastructure
infrastrucutre_rationale                                       s             obs         job_creation                                _contact_nm




To preserve and create jobs and promote economic
recovery. To invest in transportation, environmental        More than
protection and other infrastructure that will provide long- 50%                          Manufacture and delivery of an EK
term economic benefits.                                     Completed               0.34 Coach bus.                                  Peter Freer

                                                                                         The Fairbanks North Star Borough has
                                                                                         hired Clear View Strategies, a technical
                                                                                         consulting firm, to help with an upgrade
                                                                                         to our Advanced Transportation
                                                                                         Operating System software. This created
Purpose #4: To invest in transportation, environmental Less Than                         jobs for four people. Also hired was
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long- 50%                         vanpool management service, VPSI, for
term economic benefits.                                      Completed                 6 two years sustaining jobs for two people. N/A




Purchase of American Made Foam Panels and                      Less Than                 project management conducting
Construction Material necessary for the construction of        50%                       preliminary work, basically researching
Airport Shelter.
The Alaska Railroad used its Recovery grant to                 Completed               1 and planning.
rehabilitate track, continue construction at Ship Creek
Intermodal, construct restroom facilities at Seward and
Talkeetna, install passenger safety devices and upgrade                                  These funds created or sustained 20
train electrical power at the Seward Depot. The                                          jobs. These jobs included engineers,
projects funded under this grant will invest in                                          construction workers, environmental,
transportation, environmental protections, and other           More than                 project and supply management,
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic            50%                       administrative and communications
benefits. Thesethe projects iswill improve existing
The purpose of investments to also contribute to               Completed              20 positions.                                  Kathleen Rogge
transportation infrastructure to obtain long-term
economic benefits in reducing heating, lighting and
maintenance costs of transit facilities. The rationale is to                              The Transit Operating Assistance for
provide more reliable infrastructure that will be operated                               2010 recorded in this reporting period
at less cost allowing the maximization of essential                                      funded 7 full time bus drivers.The job
services with less cost to the tax payers. The                 More than                 creation is not readily reportable due to
investment of this one-time funding is for projects that       50%                       lack of information on the labor required
provide benefits over many years in increased useful life
Acquire Replacement 35-FT Buses. A total of four (5)           Completed               7 to manifacture 5 vanpool vehicles.          Jouni Alatervo
35 foot hybrid-electric buses have been delivered to
Montgomery Area Transit System to date. The first bus
was delivered on July 8, 2011. The remaining 3 buses
are estimated to be delivered on July 15, 2011. Acquire
Misc ITS Equipment: We are reviewing specifications of
equipment to determine the compatibility with present          Less Than
hardware and software presently on transit vehicles.           50%                       No jobs created this quarter. Jobs were
The RFP/IFB was issued on December 20, 2010. The               Completed               3 sustained only.                             Robert Smith
The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority's
Recovery Act grant will be used to purchase 17
compressed natural gas, low-floor buses as
replacements for diesel fueled buse that have exceeded
their useful life. In addition, the maintenance garage will                      NABI has completed 12 buses of the
be upgraded to accomodate the new fleet including the                            order which relates to the retention of 12
replacement of the buswash system and vacuum                   More than         jobs. Resident Inspector services were
system. Diagnostic equipment and tools will also be            50%               performed by the Tranit Resource Center
acquired to properly maintain the fleet. As such, the
The following purchases secured public transportation          Completed    12.2 and retained the equivalent of .2 jobs.    Chris Leffert
for the City and County citizens of Mobile, AL. The
acquisition of (10) Gillig buses to replace (10) 1998
Novabus buses provided more reliability and on our
fixed route service and (5) demand response buses                                According to Goshen an average single
allowed expansion on our demand response service.                                bus requires a 180 manhours to build.
The historical park, Bienville Square, use to be a major                         Therefore it takes 1.73 persons to build
transfer point for the fixed route buses. Upon moving                            five Goshen (180 x 5/520 = 1.73) or
the transfer station, business entrepreneurs in the            Completed       2 rounded (2) people.
This grant has allowed the transit agency to install all 50
passenger shelters that were received in previous
quarters and receive a SQL Server, ITS
hardware/software, that will support the upcoming
Electronic Message Board and vehicle tracking. In
addition this grant has allowed public transit to received     More than
three fixed route buses and three additional paratransit       50%               Production of Fixed route and paratransit
vehicles and one administrative vehicle.                       Completed     0.7 vans.                                     John Thomas Brown, Jr.




                                                               Less Than
                                                               50%               Zero (0) jobs created. Jobs sustained by
                                                               Completed       0 company only. this reporting period jobs
                                                                                 7/8/11: Through                                Robert Smith
                                                                                 created/sustained provided for the
                                                                                 manufacture of 34 vehicle; construction
                                                                                 service to include appraisal, design &
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                           engineering services, plus installation of
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                             goods(ADP hardwood/software, radios &
economic benefits. To stabilize State and local                More than         GPS systems) purchased off the shelf.
government budgets and avoid reduction in minimum              50%               **************************** 4/8/11:Jobs
services.                                                      Completed   12.06 created/sustained during this reporting
                                                                                 7/7/11: Number of jobs created/sustained       Joe Nix
                                                                                 was derived from data related to
                                                                                 cumulative invoices processed for the
                                                                                 following:Manufacture of 138 buses,
                                                                                 preventive maintenance services
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                           performed on fleet vehicles, and off the
and other infrastructure that will provided long-term          More than         shelf purchase of radios. Jobs
benefits. To stabilize State and local government              50%               created/sustained- Construction labor for
budgets and avoid reductions in minimum services
The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority's            Completed   74.48 bus shelter installation, parking lot paving   Joe Nix
Recovery Act grant will be used to purchase 23                                   The jobs associated with this vehicle
compressed natural gas, paratranit vans as                                       purchase were jobs retained in the
replacements for diesel fueled vans that have exceeded                           production of paratransit vans. The base
their useful life. The projects funded under this grant will                     vehicle was bought from existing
invest in transportation, environmental protection, and                          inventory and work associated for the
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic                        grant funds is activity of converting the
benefits. These investments will also contribute to                              vehicle to CNG and modification of the
preserving and maintaining jobs and promoting
The transit agency's Recovery act grant was used to            Completed       7 body for paratransit use.                      Chris Leffert
purchase 4 buses and 2 demand response vans to
modernize our fleet. It also will modernize our
maintenace facility and conduct preventive maintenance
on 16 buses and vans. As such, the projects funded
under this grant will invest in transportation,
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that        More than
will provide that will provide long term economic              50%               No jobs created due to '0' procurement
benefits. These investments will also contribute to            Completed       0 for this quarter.                              Jimmie Cain
                                                              More than
                                                              50%               no jobs created/supported this reporting
                                                              Completed       0 quarter




Ferry shelter will enhance the transportation services
between the two Samoas and the Manu'a islands.
Infrastructure will provide shelter for travelers to and
from American Samoa.                                          Completed       0 no jobs created                             Faleosina Voigt

To invest in transportation, environmental protection,
and other infrastructure that will provide long term
economic benefit. Fort Smith Transit is using this grant                        Jobs created in the third federal quarter
to purchase four demand response/paratransit buses,                             of 2011 due to the projects within this
complete the new downtown transfer station and           Less Than              Fort Smith Transit grant included
renovate the existing administrative and maintenance     50%                    architectural services and
facilities.                                              Completed         0.35 enginering/surveying services.              Lori Carr




                                                              Less Than
                                                              50%
                                                              Completed       0 None at this time.                          Larry Reynolds




To invest in transportation, environmental protection and More than               This quarter we purchased three
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic 50%                     computer monitors (off the shelf) for our
benefits                                                  Completed           0   data report changes number reported
                                                                                  This processing grant element.              Mike Seither
                                                                                  previously to reflect only direct jobs.
                                                                                  Jobs created or retained for the following
                                                                                  projects include; Trolley Barn expansion:
                                                                                  Electricians and electrical workers,
                                                                                  concrete workers and finishers, metal
                                                              More than           works, welders, landscapers, engineers
Repair and renovation of aging systems, such as               50%                 and architects, painters. Transfer Center
This is buildings transit infrastructure renewal and job
HVAC, part of theand grounds; replacement of vehicles.        Completed     32    Rehabilitation: Architects and engineers, Sharon Williams
                                                                                     The job creation is only being slightly
creation programs. We are replacing obsolete rolling                              impacted by the continuing software
stock, adding bus shelters and implementing an on-line                            implementation project. We only have 1
operating system. The only remaining project to                                   active capital project - AVL/MDT. We
complete is the Automated Vehicle Locator & Mobile                                recorded quarterly hours of 260. This
Data Terminals (AVL / MDT) operating system and                                   project isn't generating many job since it
hardware. This system allows the transit company real         More than           is an existing software program that is
time on-line data using GPS technology and extensive          50%                 being customized and installed. 9/30/10
cellular serviceHighway constant contact with the buses.
The Arkansas to be in and Transportaion Department            Completed       1   FTA Suggested Notation While the job
                                                                                  * Project: Mid-Delta Transit * Status Date: Jim McCulloch
will invest ARRA funds to purchase 126 replacement                                04/30/2011 * 5.77 Jobs Created
buses for transit providers throughout the State of                               (Approximately 6 labor jobs were created
Arkansas. In addition, transit providers will receive                             or retained.) * Project: Mid-Delta Transit
funding for computer hardware and software; support                               * Status Date: 05/31/2011 * 5.77 Jobs
vehicles and equipment; construction or rehabilitation of                         Created (N/A.) * Project: Mid-Delta
maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and park   More than           Transit * Status Date: 06/30/2011 * 11.55
and ride lots; and for the performance of preventive          50%                 Jobs Created (Approximately 17 Labor
maintenance. This investment in transportation, also          Completed   11.55   jobs were retained or created..)
The transit agency's Recovery Act grant was used to
purchase a hybrid electric bus, as a replacement
upgrade to fleet. The grant also funds construction of a
planned transfer center and primary passenger shelters
along the fixed-route system. It supports design                             For the quarter ending June 2011: Final
engineering funding for a new route (expansion of                            project is transfer center construction -
service) connecting the local University to the business More than           construction has be initiated with work
district,primary retail services and residential         50%                 completion expected by end of this
neighborhoods. The projects under this grant will invest Completed         2 (2011) calendar year.                          Heather Dalmolin


                                                                             Jobs retained were based on the
                                                                             construction projects for the Cities of
                                                                             Coolidge, Cottonwood, Kingman, Lake
                                                            More than        Havasu City, Maricopa, and Show Low
                                                            50%              Employments reports submitted show 12
                                                            Completed   0.75 direct jobs with 392 hours for all projects.




                                                            More than
                                                            50%              Actual Site construction began in late
                                                            Completed     29 April 2011.                                    Lee Bigwater




Construction of the maintenance building, the
administrative building, and bus parking lot. When          More than       5 adminstrative jobs and 159
complete, the facility will serve 250 buses and main Sun    50%             construction jobs for the month of June
Tran administrative offices. Transit Capital Formula
Funding received through the                                Completed   164 2011.                                           Thomas Fisher
grant will be used to enhance regional mobility and
strengthen transportation choices for our passengers.
This will be accomplished by upgrading existing
passenger and operating facilities or through the design
and construction of new facilities. A portion of our
existing fixed route and Dial-A-Ride service will be        Less Than
maintained and information technology improved to           50%              The majority of these jobs were in
monitor existing resources on the street.                   Completed     58 construction and civil engineering.            Mark Melnychenko




Infrastructure - Construction of a 3.9 mile streetcar to
include rail, stops, poles, overhead wire, utility          Less Than
relocations, traction power sub-station, maintenance        50%              Contract Administration and Design
facility and seven vehicles.                                Completed    3.1 Services.                                      Michael Barton




This feature will bring increased convenience for transit
users including a decrease in travel time and costs. It
will be a significant enhancement to the regional park-     Less Than
and-ride system. Most importantly, it is a necessity for    50%
planned bus rapid transit service to the north.             Completed    1.5 Engineering.                                   Mark Melnychenko




                                                            Less Than
                                                            50%              Professional services in the areas of
                                                            Completed   0.89 project management and procurement.
                                                                                 The number of jobs reported is based on
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,         More than         information from Gillig regarding
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term           50%               equivalent full-time jobs resulting from
economic benefits. public transportation by purchasing
AVTA is investing in                                           Completed     3.5 bus manufacture.                         Jerry Estrada
eleven (11) new transit bus replacements: All buses
have been ordered deposits have been placed. The                                   The Rehab/Renovation of the LCP Park
delays have persisted and we are contemplating                                     & Ride was the only project that had any
cancelling the order and going to a new vendor. These                              attributable work hours - total of hours
vehicles were due over a year ago & they are no closer                             worked 1920/520 qtr = 3.69 TOTAL for all
to delivering a bus. Legal options are being considered.       More than           ARRA projects: 1920 TOTAL HOURS
Improvements are complete to the transfer center               50%                 WORKED / 520 qtr = 3.69 JOBS
located at Lancaster City Park. Construction of several        Completed    3.69   CREATED
                                                                                   10/7/10 - This grant includes numerous       Judy Vaccaro
                                                                                   transit projects within the San Diego
                                                                                   region. For this quarter, 3.83 FTE jobs
This project is to invest in transportation, environmental                         attributed to the Blue Line project; 15.07
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-                       FTE jobs created or retained attributed to
term economic benefits. These investments will also                                design and construction management
contribute to preserving and maintaining jobs and              Less Than           contracts and SANDAG staff; 4.5 FTE
promoting economic recovery in the vehicle                     50%                 jobs attributed to the Trestle Bridge
manufacturing andRecovery Actindustry. used to
The SFMTA’s construction grant was                           Completed   35.43   This grant funds 14 jobs for engineers,
                                                                                   project by providing transit-related         David Hicks
restore the worn out door and step components of up to                             projects. As a result of these funds,
147 light rail vehicles; rebuild the truck of LRVs, engage                         45.53 FTEs were created and/or
in preventive maintenance activities to preserve/extend                            sustained during the quarter, including
the functionality of the SFMTA's assets; rehabilitate                              project managers, administrative
about 35 standard and 27 articulated motor coaches;                                assistants, senior architects, production
upgrade the SFMTA’s obsolete mileage and fuel                More than           supervisor, mechanics, general laborers,
tracking system for diesel and trolley coaches; equip an       50%                 electricians, warehouse assistants, and
interim will be used Controlfollowing projects:
Funds Operations for the Center to support                     Completed   45.53   carpenters. (In accordance with the
                                                                                   This grant funded preventive                 Leda Young
Construction of the Mall Transfer Station;                                         maintenance of the San Joaquin
Design/Engineering of the Regional Operations Center;                              Regional Transit District's vehicle fleet
Associated capital maintenance items;                                              and facilities. As a result, the agency
Computer/Communications equipment and software;                                    was able to retain staff that include
Capital tire lease; Passenger amenities and transit                                mechanics, facilities personnel, and
enhancements; Development of the BRT Phase II -                More than           support staff. The grant also provided
Airport Way Corridor that include environmental and            50%                 funds for the construction of a new bus
preliminary eng/design and, Safety and security                Completed     41    transfer station. As a result of these       Tammy Martin




The infrastructure investment will contribute to 1)
preserve and create jobs and promote economic
recovery, and 2) invest in transportation, environment         More than
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long    50%               No fund were expended and no jobs were
termtransit agency's Recovery Act grant has been used
The economic benefits.                                         Completed         During during the no activities occurred Joyce Rooney
                                                                               0 createdthe quarter,reporting period.
to purchase 10 new buses with cleaner burning diesel                             related to this grant to produce or retain
engines (as part of the replacement of the SamTrans                              jobs. At the end of the quarter, the FTA
1993 Gillig fleet), to conduct preventive maintenance on                         was evaluating a proposed budget
its existing bus fleet and provide transportation service                        revision to transfer cost savings to a
to persons with disabilities. Recovery Act funds were                            project to purchase an automated
also used to install particulate matter traps on 30 ADA        More than         communications system for the bus fleet.
paratransit vehicles. As such, the projects funded under       50%               This project will produce job information
Fresno Area investing using its ARRA environmental
this grant areExpress isin transportation,grant to             Completed       0 in future reports. grant, Fresno Area
                                                                                 As a result of this                        Christine Dunn
purchase four compressed natural gas (CNG) buses,                                Express (FAX) was able to fund 19 FTEs
add a CNG compressor to the existing fuel island,                                this quarter in its operations division,
purchase and install a regional fare collection system,                          which mainly includes bus drivers and
install fleet-wide automated passenger counters,                                 transit supervisors. Another 14 FTEs
purchase six nonrevenue support vehicles, repair and                             include a combination of staff employed
improve bus stop locations throughout the city through         More than         by FAX's contractors, including cement
various construction projects and passenger amenity            50%               masons, truck drivers, equipment
purchases, and conduct preventive maintenance on the           Completed    34.4 operators, laborers, consultants,          Kenneth Hamm
                                                                                This grant will fund the installation of
                                                                                canopies at the Metro Red Line escalator
                                                                                entrances. As a result of these funds,
The LACMTA's Recovery Act grant will be used to                                 LACMTA was able to retain 0.71 internal
install three canopies at two Metro Red Line escalator                          FTE's providing construction
entrances. As such, the project under this grant will                           administration, management,
invest in transportation, environmental protection and        Less Than         engineering, design, estimating,
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic     50%               architectural, inspection, safety, quality
benefits.                                                     Completed         This grant project the transit
                                                                           1.71 assurance,will fund control, configuration Gladys Lowe
The LACMTA's Recovery Act grant will be used to to do                           enhancement activities at bus stops and
transit enhancements such as public art, signage and                            stations. As a result of these funds,
wayfinding improvements up to 19 bus stations along                             LACMTA and its contractors reported
Harbor and El Monte transitways and local bus stop                              that these funds assisted in retaining
transfer/interface areas. As such, the project under this                       0.43 jobs for project consultant, creative
grant will invest in transportation, environmental            Less Than         services manager, creative services
protection and other infrastructure that will provide long-   50%               executive officer, senior contract
term economic benefits.                                       Completed    0.43 administrator, public arts & design        Gladys Lowe




To date we have purchased an over-the-road coach.
We are in the process of securing an agreement to
purchase on-board security equipment through King Co. More than
WA. We are also in the process of securing information 50%                      Manufacturing in the next quarter when
to purchase the ADA van.                               Completed              1 the bus arrives.




                                                              More than
                                                              50%               No jobs were created or maintained in
                                                              Completed         Jobs created or of 2011
                                                                              0 the third quarter retained are for the      Michael Ivory
                                                                                administration of the American Recovery
                                                                                and Reinvestment Act transit program.
                                                                                The reason jobs are being reported
                                                                                without corresponding expenditures, both
                                                                                at the prime recipient and subrecipient
(4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection, More than            level, is due to the time lag in processing
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term       50%                  of invoices from the subrecipient to
economic benefits.                                         Completed            Santa Cruz METRO staff FTA and the
                                                                           2.39 Caltrans, from Caltrans toand the staff of James Ogbonna
                                                                                sub-recipients have completed nearly
                                                                                19,000 hours on ARRA projects for a
$475,000 in operational support was previously drawn                            total of 9.0 jobs. Last quarter represents
down to support infrastructure activities. Cumulative                           all reporting on sub-recipient hours. Nine
total spent on infrastructure is $4,371,876 to date.                            jobs are sustained by these funds.
These projects now more than 85% complete. The                More than         $475,000 in related operational support
purpose is to upgrade and maintain our system in a            50%               was previously drawn down to support
state of good repair.                                         Completed       9 ARRA projects and related operational       Tove Beatty


This quarter the expenditures were for fixed-route and
paratransit operations. Expenditures were also used for                         The jobs retained this quarter include bus
facility remodel. The purpose of this grant is to invest                        operators, mechanics, and road
in public transportation by purchasing 8 new expansion More than                supervisors.The jobs created consisted
vehicles that have been received, 3 new supervisory      50%                    of laborers and equipment operators for
vehicles that have been received.                        Completed        16.34 the facility remodel project.              Steven P. Brown




                                                              Less Than
                                                              50%               no jobs were created or retained in the
                                                              Completed       0 third quarter of 2010                     Kathi Williams
                                                                                 The electronic farebox system to be
                                                                                 utilized will employ individuals who
                                                                                 maintain the backend electronic systems,
Electronic Fareboxes - to create a seamless electronic                           maintenance employees and call
farebox system within the City of Vacaville's public         Less Than           center/help center staff contracted by the
transit system as well as throughout the greater Bay         50%                 Metropolitan Transportation Commission
Area.                                                        Completed       0   (MTC).
                                                                                 This grant funded rehabilitation of 30% of    Brian McLean
                                                                                 the transit agency's Fixed Route and
                                                                                 Commuter bus fleet and the remfg of
                                                                                 100% of the Dial A Ride fleet. As a result
                                                                                 of these funds, at this quarter ending, the
To invest in transportation that will provide long term                          agency wAs able to dedicate and retain a
economic benefits by contributing to preserving and          Less Than           portion of the administrative and
maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in          50%                 preventative maintenance staff to start
the vehicle manufacturing and construction industry.         Completed    0.02   Ferry Boat Rehab: The jobs quotes
                                                                                 creating informal and formal created for      Eileen Bruggeman
                                                                                 during this quarter were related two
                                                                                 areas. There were small numbers of
                                                                                 hours billed to project management and
                                                                                 the vast majority of the hours billed were
                                                                                 from the main construction contract at
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,       More than           Nichols Brothers Boat Builders(NBBB) in
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term         50%                 Washington State. The job hours billed
economic benefits.                                           Completed    28.1   by the NBBB were related to
                                                                                 7/14/11 - There were no changes in            Andrea Phillips
                                                                                 staffing levels for both the ITS and
                                                                                 Maintenance Facility Capacity projects.
To date, SunLine has encumbered a total of                                       1/7/10 - During this quarter the ITS
$4,602,520 in infrastructure expenditures, construction,                         Implementation Project retained the
and purhcases for all three ARRA funded projects.                                Program Manager, Engineer, Technician
Costs include purchases for equipment, payment for           More than           and Management Consulting staff. The
service by contractors and consultants, software             50%                 Maintenance Building Capacity Upgrade
purchases, and training.                                     Completed     2.3   Jobs created or retained retained the
                                                                                 and Improvement projectare for the
                                                                                 administration of the American Recovery
                                                                                 and Reinvestment Act transit program.
                                                                                 The reason jobs are being reported
                                                                                 without corresponding expenditures, both
                                                                                 at the prime recipient and subrecipient
(4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection,   More than           level, is due to the time lag in processing
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term         50%                 of invoices from the subrecipient to
economic benefits.
PURPOSE: To invest in public transportation                  Completed   86.36   Caltrans, from Caltrans to FTA and the        James Ogbonna
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic
benefits. The amount of Federal ARRA Expenditure
reported is amount spent that will be reimbursed from
ARRA funds. Total expenditure on these projects as of
June 30, 2011 was $12,511,953. The difference                                  Amt is FTE for Apr-Jun 2011. Positions
between the amount expended and the amount funded            More than         retained are maintenance department
by ARRA sources comes from state and local funding           50%               positions including mechanics and
and an immaterial amount from other federal sources.         Completed   21.81 service workers.                                Thomas J. Harais




                                                                               Data not available yet as funds have not
                                                                               been drawn-down. Contractor will provide
This grant was utilized to procure three (3) replacement Not Started         0 data.                                    Philip Kamhi
alternative fuel transit buses to be purchased by and
operated in the City of Laguna Beach for $500,000. As
such, the project funded under this grant will invest in
transportation, environmental protection and other
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic
benefits. These will also contribute to preserving and                         This grant funded the manufacture and
maintaining jobs and bringing assets to a state of good                        assembly of three (3) trolleys with the
repair.                                                  Completed         5.2 use of 5.20 Bus Assemblers.                     William J Dineen Jr
                                                               More than
                                                               50%
Preventive maintenance.                                        Completed        El Dorado maintenance mechanic
                                                                           0.09 PreventiveNational indicates that for
                                                                                every van built takes approximately 115
                                                                                man hours. We purchased four vans
                                                                                which equates to 460 hours. Divide by a
                                                                                standard 520 hour full time person per
                                                                                quarter yields 0.88 FTE. Gillig indicates 1
                                                               More than        FTE for every two buses purchased.
                                                               50%              Three buses equates to 1.5 FTE
                                                               Completed        This grant Total jobs created or
                                                                           2.38 sustained. will fund the replacement of
This project, also funded under ARRA Grant CA-96-                               traction power substations along the light
X012 will replace up to twenty traction power                                   rail Metro Blue Line Right of Way and the
substations and associated electrical support systems                           Metro Blue Line Yard. As a result of
located along the light rail Metro Blue Line Right of Way                       these funds, the agency's contractors
and the Metro Blue Line Yard. As such, this project will                        reported that these funds assisted in
invest in transportation, environmental protection and         More than        retaining 0.02 FTE's for construction
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic      50%              management, administration,
benefits.                                                      Completed        This grant will fund and labor support
                                                                           0.36 engineering, designBus replacements, for Gladys Lowe
LACMTA's Recovery Act grant will be used for bus                                Bus overhaul, Emergency egress, Fiber
purchases, bus overhaul, design and construction of                             optics, Traction power supply substations
emergency egress, fiber optic equipment replacement,                            and CNG compression electrification. As
traction power substations replacement, and CNG                                 a result of these funds, LACMTA was
compression electrification. As such, the projects                              able to retain 49.07 internal FTE's
funded under this grant will invest in transportation,         More than        comprised of mechanics, machinists,
environmental protection and other infrastructure that         50%              welders, storeroom clerks, body
will provide long-term economic benefits.                      Completed    131 repairers, painters and sheet metal         Gladys Lowe


To invest in transportation, environmental protection,
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits. To preserve and create jobs and
promote economic recovery. To assess in the                    More than
stablization of local budgets in order to minimize and         50%              Civil Engineer, Architect, Sr. Designer,
avoid reductions in essential services.                        Completed        Advanced Service Operator, Advanced
                                                                              7 Drafter, Excavator,Employee, Laborer          Edwin Gato
                                                                                Level Mechanic, Entry Level Mechanic,
                                                                                Project Support CADD, Project Architect,
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                          Project Captain, Support Staff, Principal
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                            Engineer, Sr. Engineer, Sr. Designer,
economic benefits. To preserve and create jobs and                              Drafter Level II, Civil Engineer, Survey
promote economic recovery. To assess in the                                     Specialist, Structural Engineer, MP&E
stablization of local budgets in order to minimize and                          Engineer, Marine Engineer, Concrete
avoidgrant funding will provide for preventive
This reductions in essential services.                         Completed    104 cutting, Carpenter, Laborer, Operator,        Edwin Gato
maintenance on our entire vehicle fleet. As a result of                         This grant funding will provide for
these funds, San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authroity                         preventive maintenance on our entire
will performing the preventive maintenance on a fleet of                        vehicle fleet. As a result of these funds,
34 vehicles and will continue to employ 6 mechanics to                          San Luis Obispo Regional Transit
perform vehicle maintenance. This grant has allowed                             Authroity will performing the preventive
the transit agencies to purchase four new buses, to            More than        maintenance on a fleet of 34 vehicles
install 24 Electronic Fare collection System on vehicles,      50%              and will continue to employ 6 mechanics
to install bus stop amenities, to improving transit center,    Completed        This grant vehicle maintenance.
                                                                           5.98 to perform funded the design and              Omar McPherson
The agency's Recovery Act grant is being used to invest                         construction of bus stop improvements
in public transportation by purchasing new diesel-                              with pedestrian and Americans with
electric hybrid buses and rehabilitate bus stops with                           Disabilities Act wheelchair access; the
pedestrian and Americans with Disabilities Act                                  agency's contractor employed
wheelchair access improvements. The purpose of the                              construction workers for the bus stop
grant is to invest in transportation, environmental            More than        improvements and the agency sustained
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-   50%              positions that provided field inspection of
term economic benefits.                                        Completed      1 construction work, bus stop design and        Jennie Loft
                                                                              This grant has helped fund a fueling
                                                                              station upgrade that allowed the agency's
To preserve and create jobs and promote economic                              contractor to employ 2 men to work on
recovery; To invest in transportation, environmental                          this project that migh have suffered job
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-                  loss had more work not come available.
term economic benefits; To stabilize State and local                          The grant also helped sustain 9
governments budgets, in order to minimize and avoid          More than        additional jobs within the City of Benicia
reductions in essential services and counterproductive 50%                    itself as well as with outside contractors
state and local tax increases.                               Completed     12 in the ability to replace several bus
                                                                              Lodi Shop Solar Power, Lodi Security       Melissa Bryan
                                                                              Systems, Lodi Farebox, Galt Preventive
                                                                              Maintenance, Galt Op/Maintenance
                                                                              Facility, Galt Bus Purchase - None at
                                                                              this time, however, after equipment
The infrastructure will invest in public transportation,                      received and construction begins, we will
provide environmentally friendly system, safer and       Less Than            provide the number of jobs created. Galt
secured system, and be more accessible for people with 50%                    Bus Shelter Project - Production and
disablities.                                             Completed       8.86 Engineering jobs were retained and         Paula Fernandez

                                                                             Surveyor, equipment operators,
                                                                             plumbers, architects, construction
                                                                             administration, carpenters and
Build a Transit Center that will accomodate the growing                      inspectors. Manufacturer: El Dorado
needs of the City of Santa Maria. The old transit center More than           National-Kansas. work invoiced but not
is not able to accomodate the growing area of Santa      50%                 yet billed against ARRA for the Transit
Maria.                                                   Completed        19 Center.                                     Dave Whitehead, Director of




                                                                                Hours worked will include those worked
                                                          More than             by the manufacturer of the vehicle and
                                                          50%                   equipment (ordered directly from
Purchase of fareboxes.                                    Completed         2   manufacturer). TIGGER grant on
                                                                                FTA awarded the                           Philip Kamhi
                                                                                March 3, 2010. The design contract was
                                                                                awarded on March 18, 2010. The design
                                                                                for the first phase was completed on
                                                                                6/28/2010. As of 04/08/2011, 124,395.05
                                                                                has been expended to date and for
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,and Less Than             engineering services and bid review. An
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic 50%                   Invitation for Bid was prepared and
benefits.                                                 Completed         2   Class A, offered Mechanics report
                                                                                publicallyB and C on 8/2/2010. AC to the Kate Miller, Manager, Capita
                                                                                Maintenance Manager and work under
                                                                                the direction of the shop foreman.
ARRA funding provided for preventive maintenance                                Mechanics primary functions are to
activities during FY 2010 helped to offset the significant                      diagnose and repair revenue and non-
reductions in State Transportation Development Act                              revenue transit vehicle defects through
(TDA) and Local Measure 'M' sales tax revenues used More than                   preventive maintenance inspections to
for Sonoma County Transit's operations, which includes 50%                      prevent road calls or other service
preventive maintenance costs.                              Completed     4.32   interruptions. The number of jobs final
                                                                                Vehicles have been delivered and
                                                                                invoices have been paid. This grant
                                                                                applies the ARRA funds of $124,748 for
                                                                                bus replacement and is coupled with
                                                                                grant CA-90-Y763 to purchase 4
                                                                                replacement paratransit vehicles. 2
                                                                                replacement vehicles were funded by this
                                                                                grant, therefore, per the contractor, 300
                                                          Completed      0.14   man-hours were invested for vehicle




Invest in public transportation infrastructure by         More than           Construction jobs on the park and ride
purchaing new, clean air vehciles and contruction of      50%                 lot. Vehicle manufacturing at plant (those
multi-modal passenger facility.                           Completed      4.57 jobs not reported here).                   Paul W. Price
Long Beach Transit is utilizing ARRA grant funds to                           This quarter ARRA funds helped to
support and maintain the company's existing capital                           generate approximately a total of
infrastructure by purchasing bus capital and bus stop                         seventeen jobs. Most of the jobs, about
amenities, while investing in transportation,                                 ten, were generated within the bus stop
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that                       amenities category which included
will provide long-term economic benefits. In an effort to                     architect, engineering, construction
maintain the company's existing bus fleet, bus                More than       professionals and artists who provided
components items such as driver/ passenger seats, air         50%             A&E/ construction and design services
VCTC's Recovery Act grant is particulate traps,
conditioning systems, engines,used to purchase ten            Completed    17 for the transit mall and the multi bus stop Miriam Castañeda
paratransit vehicles and three compressed natural gas
buses six low-floor, to replace vehicles currently in
service in its subrecipients' fleets. As such, the
projects funded under this grant will invest in
transportation, environmental protection, and other                            Fraction of a job created due to small
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic                            purchase during quarter. This was the
benefits. These investments will also contribute to                            final expenditure, the project is now
preserving and maintaining jobs and promoting                 Completed   0.08 complete. CADD designer, CADD
                                                                               apprentice,                                   Peter De Haan
                                                                               operator, carpenter, cement mason, data
                                                                               processor, door installer, drywall installer,
                                                                               engineer (civil, design, electrical,
                                                                               structural), equipment operator, field
                                                                               superintendant, flag person, foreman,
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,        Less Than        geo/environmental assistant, geologist,
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term          50%              iron worker, journeyman, laborer, lab
economic in transportation, environmental protection and
To invest growth.                                             Completed   9.43 technician, landscape maintenance,            Angela Starr, Public Informat
other infrastructure that will provide long term economic
benefits. To preserve and create jobs and promote
economic recovery. To assist those impacted by the
recession (transit dependents). To stabilize State and
local government budgets, in order to minimize and
avoid reductions in essential services and                    More than        As the buses are in construction phase at
counterproductive state and local tax increases (the          50%              this time there are only 1.2 departmental
sales taxes that back two of Santa Rosa CityBus' larger       Completed    1.2 jobs being accommodated.                  Michael Ivory

The project will (1) improve access to the vessels,
making it easier, faster and safer for regular ferry
passengers and bicyclists to embark and disembark the
vessels, (2) ensure the continued operation of services
during a disaster or emergency, (3) increase job              Less Than        The types of jobs sustained include
potential, and (4) improve emissions by providing a           50%              engineers, scientists, and administrative
commute alternative to the automobile. upgrade the
MBL is using the Recovery Act grant to                        Completed     31 staff.
                                                                               Laborers: perform demolition, excavation, Jennifer Raupach
gasoline & diesel fuel tanks to accommodate the City's                         shovel work and general clean up.
new fleet of gasoline-electric hybrid buses. The grant                         Assembler: Assembles Bus components,
will also be used to construct a CNG fuel station,                             work with and read blue prints and
relocate gas pipelines in the maintenance facility,                            instructions. Leadman: Supervise
purchase 3 CNG Buses, & to purchase an AVL/CAD                                 assemblers of bus componenets,
system for the fleet. As such, the projects funded under      Less Than        coordinate work activities, Manpower
this grant will invest in transportation, environmental       50%              load, dispatch, tracking, maintain safety
protection, and other infrastucture that will provide long-   Completed   0.54 standards. Project Manager: Perform       Aurora Jackson




To utilize existing space for creation of better parking      More than        1 Project Manager, 1 laborer, 2 heavy
and storage of FTA vehicles, and for vehicle                  50%              equipment operators, and 4 cement
maintenance.                                                  Completed      8 laborers.                                   Russell Burriel




                                                                               Electricians, Mechanics, Project
#4: to invest in transportation, environmental protection, More than           Managers- Stronghold Engineering, Inc.
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term       50%                 Iron Workers- Custom Design Iron
economic benefits.                                         Completed      5.66 Works, Inc. Painters- M Bar C
                                                                              3 jobs were with our paratransit
                                                                              contractor for capital cost of contracting.
                                                                              10.5 jobs are City of Modesto preventive
                                                                              maintenance technicians who maintain
                                                              More than       federally procured buses. 3.5 jobs are
                                                              50%             maintenance workers who work in and on
                                                              Completed       The funded funded by
                                                                           17 FTA projectsfacilities. these grants
                                                                              support the creation and retention of
                                                                              various job types, including:
                                                                              Administrative Support Officer, Budget
This grant award will improve the safety and reliability of                   Analyst, Buildings Worker, CAD Drafter,
the transit system and also improve the passenger                             Communications Electronic Technician,
comfort level. The grant award will also help to sustain Less Than            Communications Foreworker,
jobs in the transit agency and create jobs for the          50%               Documentation Configuration Controller,
contractors.                                                Completed      21 Drafting Supervisor, Electrical Helper,     Michael Tanner




                                                                               Project Manager, Project Engineer,
                                                              Less Than        Office Surveyor, Associate Engineer,
                                                              50%              Clerical, Licensed Civil Engineer, Field
                                                              Completed   0.44 Survey Crew in quarter ending June 30,
                                                                               Jobs activity
Purposes: (1) To preserve and create jobs and promote                          2011: No job activity was charged to the
economic recovery. (2) To assist those most impacted                           grant in this quarter for either
by the recession. (3) To stabilize State and local                             Rehab/Replacement of Bus Passenger
government budgets, in order to minimize and avoid                             Shelters or Rehab/Renovation of
reductions in essential services and counterproductive                         Pedestrian Access Walkways projects.
state and local tax. (4) To invest in transportation,   More than              Capitalized Preventive Maintenance -
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that 50%                    quarter ending June 30, 2011 - Increase
will provide long-term economic benefits.               Completed           27 in jobs sustained: Additional expenses for Lois Smith


Captial expenses include the development of the
Manteca Transit Marketing Plan by Pat Davis. the                               Jobs created as a result of the contracts
preparation of the environmental documents by Rincon                           that have been awarded to date include
Consultants, Inc, and Preliminary Engineering work by         Less Than        environmental consultants, traffic
RRM Design Group for the City's proposed Multimodal           50%              consultants, design consultants and
Station.                                                      Completed   0.26 support staff.funded by this grant have
                                                                               The projects
                                                                               resulted in jobs being created and
                                                                               retained, both at BART and at our
                                                                               vendors. Job types include:
This grant award will improve the safety and reliability of                    Administrative Secretary -SEIU,
the transit system and also improve the passenger                              Administrative Support Officer, Asst
comfort level. The grant award will also help to sustain      More than        Supervisor Way & Facilities, Budget
jobs in the transit agency and create and retain jobs for     50%              Analyst, Buildings Worker, CAD Drafter,
the contractors.
The transit agency?s Recovery Act grant is being used         Completed    194 Chief Engineer, Communications              Michael Tanner
to perform state-of-good-repair track and infrastructure
rehabilitation, the design and replacement of a state of
the art Operations Control Center in order to dispatch
trains more safely and efficiently, the installation of                        As a result of the funds expended from
additional bike racks on train cars to make the                                this grant during the quarter Caltrain and
commuter service more bicycle friendly, and to                More than        its contractors and consultants were able
subsidize the commuter rail system?s operations. As           50%              to retain the employment of 6 Engineers,
such, the projects funded under this grant are investing
The projects funded under this grant are investments in       Completed        The jobs that Control Engineer.
                                                                           7.4 and 1 Project have been created or         Christine Dunn
transportation related projects that will meet state                           sustained through contractual services
environmental protection standards and other                                   are in the areas of
infrastructure providing long-term economic benefits.                          architectural/engineering, construction,
These investments will also contribute to preserving and                       project management, preventive
maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in                            maintenance and grants administration.
the construction industry, mechanical maintenance and         More than        The grant funds are being used for
information technology fields. Foothill Transit is using      50%              rehabilitation of Foothill Transit’s
these grant dollars to purchase three (3) electric buses      Completed    0.5 Administration Offices and its bus         Gil Victorio
                                                          More than          Bus Manufacturing & retention of jobs for
                                                          50%                operating the Placer Commuter Express
Retain jobs and increase efficiency of transit operations Completed      3.2 Service




                                                          Not Started      0 None at this time.                          Scott Medeiros

                                                                             This grant funded the creation of a
                                                                             vehicle maintenance shop in the City of
                                                                             La Mirada for its paratransit operation
                                                                             through the purchase of maintenance
Infrastructure purpose is to invest in transportation,    More than          tools and a vehicle lift. A total of 3.3 jobs
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that   50%                were created for the purpose of
will provide long-term economic benefits.                 Completed          This grant is providing vehicles.
                                                                         3.3 maintaining the lift andfunding to support Judith Quinonez
                                                                             NCTD's contractors who will be installing
                                                                             solar power generation equipment
                                                                             throughout the service area; and
                                                                             installing LED lights and plug-in
                                                                             recharging stations for hybrid vehicles in
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,    More than          parking lots. Jobs-related activity on this
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term      50%                grant during the current quarter totalled
economic benefits.                                        Completed     0.43 222.5 hours or.43 FTE's. Contractor           Diane Hessler




                                                                            Jobs were created in the areas of bus
                                                                            assembly and bus deliveries by New
Purchase of 6 hybrid gasoline-electric buses to replace                     Flyer of twelve (12) jobs; bus inspections
6 diesel buses. This will decrease harmful emissions                        by Transit Resource Center of two (2)
into the air.                                             Completed      14 jobs.                                      Joseph Loh




                                                          More than
                                                          50%
Capital improvements funded by the ARRA grant will        Completed        0 None, reported by manufacturer.
complement the operational improvements that have
and will occur through the FTA Section 5311(c) Tribal
Transit Program. The Park and Ride facility presently
does not include an area that allows buses to safely turn
around. There is only a basic bus stop waiting area                          The jobs created and/or maintained this
provided adjacent to the Park and Ride facility. The      Less Than          quarter were related to engineering,
Park and Ride upgrades and bus stop improvements          50%                design, mapping, geotechnical, and
completed through this ARRA grant will provide a more Completed         1.27 program coordination. by this grant are Tanya Kingsley
                                                                             The activities supported
                                                                             funding the payroll of NCTD's existing
                                                                             fleet and facilities maintenance workers
                                                                             (primarily mechanics and general
                                                                             maintenance workers), as well as
                                                                             providing funding to NCTD's contractors
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,    More than          who specialize in: railroad related capital
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term      50%                repairs and improvements; transit
benefits.                                                 Completed      4.1 operations; small construction projects;    Diane Hessler
                                                                            During this quarter we were able to retain
                                                                            a total of 3.28 FTE employees on the
                                                                            Garage Modernization project and 1.00
                                                                            job on the Transit Shelter project. The
                                                                            jobs sustained for the garage project
                                                                            consist of HVAC, electrical, plumbing,
Will preserve and create jobs, promote economic            More than        carpenters, and painters. As well as the
recovery, invest in transportation and avoid reductions    50%              on-site Construction Manager, the Project
and essential services.                                    Completed   4.28 Manager, the Architect and the President Gina Summey
                                                                            This grant funded the transit agency's
                                                                            preventive maintenance on its vehicle
                                                                            fleet. As a result of these funds, the
                                                                            agency was able to continue to employ
                                                                            118 budgeted employees in its
Omnitrans entered into an agreement with the city of                        maintenace department during the first
Yucaipa to cooperate and participate in the                More than        reporting period.. The grant also will fund
development and construction of a Transcenter in the       50%              the implementation of an ERP system
city of Yucaipa.                                           Completed     17 that will employ 17 consultants to          Rohan Kuruppu

                                                                            The City of Los Angeles anticipates that
                                                                            this project will create and/or retain
                                                                            private sector jobs relating to the
                                                                            manufacture and assembly of buses.
                                                           Less Than        The City of Los Angeles will work with its
                                                           50%              vendors to determine the number of jobs
                                                           Completed      0 created and/or retained in future reports.
                                                                            The grant funded a portion of the labor
                                                                            cost of 1 engineer, 1 Civil & Track
                                                                            design director, 1 engineer technician, 1
                                                                            architect, 1 quality assurance manager, 1
                                                                            project manager, 1 systems consultant, 4
                                                                            vehicle consultants, 2 administrative
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,     More than        staff, 1 project control staff, 1 light rail
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term       50%              vehicle technician, 1 light rail
economic benefits                                          Completed   2.78 maintenance supervisor, 1 light rail         Alane Masui




                                                                           No jobs were created in second quarter
                                                                           2011. The final invoice relates to
                                                                           materials only. 37 jobs have been
To improve train performance the the Stockton area                         created for the project in previous
increasing velocity and increasing capacity.               Completed    37 quarters.                                    Brian Schmidt




Overhaul of locomotives to extend the useful life of the                    Jobs consist of electricians, machinists,
equipment.                                                 Completed      0 labors, and painters.                       Brian Schmidt




To invest in transportation, environmental protection,     More than
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term       50%              Jobs related to building of Bus Stop
economic benefits.                                         Completed    0.1 Equipment.                                  Mark Stanley




                                                           Less Than
                                                           50%
                                                           Completed      0 No jobs created to date.                    Brian Champion
                                                                                Staff split hours which are dedicated to
                                                                                monitor ARRA funded projects. Staff
                                                                                time includes managing quarterly reports,
Five 30-foot buses, 3 articulated 60-foot buses and 3          More than        contract monitoring and ensuring contract
CNG 40-foot buses that are funded through this grant,          50%              compliance including all federal
The been delivered and accepted.
havefirst part of the ARRA grant is the purchase of one        Completed      1 requirements.                             Enny Chung
(1) replacement bus. This CNG-powered bus will
replace a 1990 diesel transit vehicle. The new vehicle
will provide more reliable service to Commerce
residents, reduce operating costs through improved
reliability, and significantly reduce air pollution. The new
CNG bus will meet 2010 EPA emission requirements,              More than
which will result in a 90% reduction in NOx and PM.            50%
This vehicle was ordered in August 2009 and delivered          Completed   2.07 Manufacture of one (1) bus. project
                                                                                The preventative maintenance
Preventative Maintenance - this project has been                                was used to fund maintenance activities
completed. All funds has been drawndown. These                                  to maintain the useful life of federally
funds were used to fund maintenance activies in order                           funded assets. These activities were on-
to maintain federally funded assets. These activities                           going, therefore, no new positions were
have been on-going, therefore no new jobs were                                  created. However, it is estimated that
created. However, these funds were used to retain at           Less Than        these funds were critical in retaining at
least 5 position and possibly additional future position       50%              least 5 positions and possibly additional
from being laid off work.                                      Completed      5 future positions from being laid off work. Diana Chang




To invest in transportation, environmental protection,         Less Than        SCRRA Project Managers and other staff
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term           50%              and employees worked 26 hours this
economic growth.                                               Completed   0.05 quarter = .05 FTE jobs.installation of
                                                                                This grant will fund the                 Angela Starr, Public Informat
                                                                                wayside energy storage substation at the
                                                                                Metro Red Line Westlake Station. As a
The LACMTA's Recovery Act grant will be used to                                 result of these funds, LACMTA was able
install wayside energy storage substation at the Metro                          to continue to employ contract
Red Line Westlake Station . As such, the project under                          administrator manager and senior
this grant will invest in transportation, environmental     Less Than           contract adminstrator. A total of 0.08
protection and other infrastructure that will provide long- 50%                 FTEs were paid from ARRA funds during
term economic benefits.                                     Completed      0.08 this reporting period.                   Gladys Lowe


To invest in public transportation through the
construction of VVTA's first administration, operations,
and maintenance facility. To invest in public
transportation through the capital cost of contracting for
the purchase of transportation services that will provide                       jobs were created in the construction /
long-term economic benefits.                               Completed          8 electrical field


                                                                                Not applicable at this time. Total federal
                                                                                amount of ARRA funds invoiced equals
                                                                                0. City has charged minimal staff time to
                                                               Less Than        cover costs associated with administering
                                                               50%              grant (preparing RFP, researching
                                                               Completed      0 products, etc).




#4: to invest in transportation, environmental protection, Less Than
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term       50%
economic benefits.                                         Completed        1.1 Consultants City Project Managers
                                                                             One highly skilled technical person listed
                                                                             as our Task Task Order Manager was
                                                                             hired to a full time position (job created)
                                                                             Dec 2010, in anticipation of the work to
                                                           Less Than         be performed. This person was
                                                           50%               previously out of work for a number of
                                                           Completed       1 months.




                                                           Less Than
                                                           50%
                                                           Completed       0 Perform Project Management Oversight




                                                                             As no Work Orders have been issued
                                                                             against this Task Order, no jobs have
                                                           Not Started     0 been created.




                                                             More than
                                                             50%
Invest in public transportation by purchasing Automated Completed          0 no jobs created
Passenger Counter (APC) for Light Rail Vehicles, the
16th Street Mall Shuttles, and buses that operate on the
I-25 HOV lanes. The APC's register detailed data on
passenger boarding and alighting by routes and by bus
stops. The APC's allow improvements to the collection
of ridership information, which will be used for service     More than
performance mesaurements and implementations of              50%              For the current quarter 0 FTE were
schedule adjustments in order to meet service demands Completed
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                      0 reported.                                 Susan Sandoval
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                          This grant has funded numerous projects
economic benefits by performing preventative                                  that created and retained jobs. Regional
maintenance on existing buses, purchasing new                                 Transportation District retained and
intercity buses, building Q Jumps for buses along US-36                       created 3.19 FTE for the current quarter.
and deploying a new farebox collection system. This                           The 3.19 FTE's are for jobs that include
grant will also invest in upgrading light rail stations to a More than        engineering, design, and project
four train car platform, build a derailment intrusion        50%              management for various projects
detection system, and maintenance of the E-Clips. RTD Completed          3.19 throughout the District.                  Susan Sandoval

The infrastructure expenditures serve to replace out-
dated equipment (replacement vehicles), add equipment
to serve a growing need (expansion vehicles), increase                       Zero jobs are displayed this quarter. The
efficiencies & streamline operations (electronic                             completed project did not have any
fareboxes), and provide greater tracking and reporting                       associated jobs. In total, 5.20 FTE has
tools to ensure transparency and accuracy (proximity                         thus far been reported for jobs created
card readers).                                             Completed       0 (all vehicle manufacturing positions).    Karl Gannon
Invest in public transportation by upgrading the heating
system at the East Metro bus maintenance facility
located in Aurora, CO. This project will replace the
three existing boilers with three new 15-psi, 20-ppm
NOx boilers with Advanced Hawk Integrated Control                             For the current quarter 72 hours have
Systems. The advanced control system will operate the      Less Than          been performed using funds from this
boilers based on load demand as opposed to outside         50%                grant. These hours were performed by
temperature.                                               Completed     0.14 an engineer and an architect.                Susan Sandoval
                                                                                There were a total of 9.79 jobs
Mesa County's Recovery Act grant will be used for the                           created/retained during the 2nd Quarater
construction of a new bus maintenance facility and                              for a total of 19.04 jobs created/retained
through this project it will invest in transportation,                          since the project started in July 2010.
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that                         The activities funded in this grant will
will provide long-term economic benefits. These                                 have an impact on construction jobs,
investments will also contribute to preserving and           More than          such as carpenters, heavy equipment
maintaining jobs and promote economic recovery in the        50%                operators, electricians, plumbers, HVAC
construction industry. expended $2,345,935.17 for bus
The City of Pueblo has                                       Completed     9.79 technicians, roofers, drywallers, finishers, Todd Hollenbeck
replacement and bus equipment acquisition. The
vehicles replaced (buses and paratransit vans) had met
their useful life of 500,000 miles or 12 years and
100,000 miles or 4 years, respectively. The vehicles
also met the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards and the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.          More than
The City also purchased a support vehicle for                50%                There were no ARRA funded jobs in this
replacement, spare partsinvestment in public
Our ARRA grant was an for electronic fareboxes. The          Completed        0 quarter manufacturer reported that 8 jobs Brenda Broyles
                                                                                Vehicle
transportation, environmental protection, and other                             would be sustained by Recovery Act
infrastructure that would provide long-term economic                            funds for 45 days for this vehicle model.
benefits through the retrofitting of 13 fixed route buses                       Manufacturer also reported that the job
with entryway safety railing to assist our ADA and senior                       hours sustained for 45 days would be
riders, the installation of a fire sprinkler system in our                      313 total job hours to manufacture the
transit facility, the procurement of one Paratransit van,    More than          vehicle. These figures represent one
the procurement of three 30' transit coaches, the            50%                vehicle and we purchased three. Red
upgrading and replacement ofby improvingold bus wash
Invest in public transportation our 27 year the heating      Completed     1.81 Arrow Mfg - bus wash project - engineer, Brad Patterson
system at the Boulder bus maintenance facility located
in Boulder, CO. This project will replace two old boilers
with four new 2.5 MBtu Clearfire condensing boilers with
20-ppm low NOx burners. An updated control system
will allow the boilers to be reset based on outdoor air                         During the current quarter 46 hours have
temperatures, will reduce cycling of the boilers, and will   Less Than          been performed using funds from this
serve as a boiler master controller that will stage the      50%                grant. These hours were performed by an
boilers based on demand loading rather then outside          Completed     0.09 engineer and an architect.               Susan Sandoval

                                                                                The employment impact of this Recovery
                                                                                Act funded project and contract has been
                                                                                to create or retain professional, technical,
Facilities for Transit Maintenance and Operations. Assit                        and labor jobs in the construction
those most impacted. Preserve/Create jobs; and               More than          industry for engineering consultants,
economic recovery. Invest in transportation. Invest in       50%                construction and utility contractors, and
transit Operationsused to provide preventative
This grant will be statewide.                                Completed          This and has government fund jobs
                                                                              2 local grantstate been able to agencies.      Eric Ellis
maintenace for its fleet of 48 buses, 47 paratransit vans,                      associated with the preventative
bus stations, stops and terminals, and administration                           maintenance of transit fleet and facilities,
building. The grant will enable MMT to purchase 27                              transit operations, vehicle purchases,
replacement paratransit van and 3 service vehicles.                             facility construction and renovation, and
The funds will also allow MMT to equip all transit buses,                       upgrading of security equipment on
paratransit vans, and facilities with state of the art       More than          transit fleet and facilities. To date, as a
security and surveillance equipment. Lastly, the grant       50%                result of this grant, MMT's transit
will fund the renovation of the City's Downtown Bus          Completed    13.43 operation and maintenance contractors        Bill Bottini




                                                             Less Than
                                                             50%
                                                             Completed     0.69 No jobs created, only retained
                                                                                Laborers unskilled and semi-skilled;
                                                                                Supervisors; Foreman; Equipment
                                                                                operators; Truck driver; Construction
                                                                                Rep; Senior Engineer; Trackmen;
                                                                                Flagmen; Resident Engineer; Office
This 2009 ARRA grant constitutes an investment in                               Clerk; Chief Inspector Civil; Chief
Connecticuts public transportation infrastructure by         Less Than          Inspector MEP; Civil Inspector; Senior
effecting the major capital improvements as more fully       50%                Scientist; Carpenters; Ironworker,
described above.                                             Completed   1183.2 Electricians; Project Manager; Surveyor;      Philip T. Scarrozzo, Manager
Investment in public transportation. Under the American                           This project is expected to sustain more
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and in                                       than 15,000 payroll hours or more than 7
cooperation with the Connecticut Department of                                    full-time jobs during its duration. A range
Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority                          of jobs are being sustained including
received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle repower                               mechanics, engine specialists and
program involving 40 buses (73% of the bus fleet in the                           certified technicians, laborers and
Bridgeport region) that will incorporate the latest      More than                support and administrative staff . This
technology in emissions reductions, leading to an 11% 50%                         grant is funding the midlife repowering of
improvement in fuel economy and an 80% reduction in Completed                     Laborers unskilled and As a result of
                                                                                4 40 low-floor city buses. semi-skilled;      Douglas C. Holcomb
                                                                                  Supervisors; Foreman; Equipment
                                                                                  operators; Truck driver; Construction
                                                                                  Rep; Senior Engineer; Trackmen;
                                                                                  Flagmen; Resident Engineer; Office
This 2009 ARRA grant constitutes an investment in                                 Clerk; Chief Inspector Civil; Chief
Connecticuts public transportation infrastructure by            Less Than         Inspector MEP; Civil Inspector; Senior
effecting the major capital improvements as more fully          50%               Scientist; Carpenters; Ironworker,
described above.                                                Completed     369 Electricians; Project Manager; Surveyor; Philip T. Scarrozzo, Manager

The bus procurement represents an investment in
Connecticut transportation, will enable CDOT to provide
safe, efficient, environmentally friendly and accessible
public transportation service for the beneficial use of the
ridership served. The park and ride lot improvements            Less Than
will enhance the overall safety and further the state's         50%               bus manufacturer production line
initiative to promote the use of mass transportation.
Investment in public transportation. Under the American         Completed      22 assemblers. is expected to sustain more Philip T. Scarrozzo, Manager
                                                                                  This project
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and in                                       than 15,000 payroll hours or more than 7
cooperation with the Connecticut Department of                                    full-time jobs during its duration. A range
Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority                          of jobs are being sustained including
received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle repower                               mechanics, engine specialists and
program involving 40 buses (73% of the bus fleet in the                           certified technicians, laborers and
Bridgeport region) that will incorporate the latest             Less Than         support and administrative staff . This
technology in emissions reductions, leading to an 11%           50%               grant is funding the midlife repowering of
improvement in fuel economy and an 80% reduction in
The Recovery Act grant will fund improvements to the            Completed       0 40 low-floor city buses. As a result of     Douglas C. Holcomb
Pulse Point facility, the transfer location for all local and
regional fixed-route buses. The improvements will
enhance customer safety and security, provide
customer amenities, such as shelters, canopies,                                    July 2011: During this quarter, hours
wayfaring signage, lighting and rider information, and                             were reported/invoiced for engineering
will provide related street improvements. As such, this         More than          and project management, as well as all of
project will invest in transportation, environmental            50%                the trades as construction resumed in the
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-    Completed     6.22 spring.                                   Louis Schulman


                                                                                  Roadway construction, environmental
                                                                                  remediation.Roadway construction and
The Stamford Urban Transitway project will contribute to                          environmental remediation phases of the
the purposes of the Recovery Act through creation of     Less Than                project have not commenced yet but are
construction related jobs and transportation             50%                      expected to do so in the second half of
improvements that will provide long-term benefits.       Completed              0 calendar year 2011.                     Ann Brown




                                                                                  The stationary fuel cell project has not
As more fully described above, this grant has provided          Not Started     0 started.                                   Philip Scarrozzo
the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CDOT)
with 100% Federal funding in the amount of $2,308,080
to effect the purchase of one 30' bus with associated
spare parts, 23 <30' buses, miscellaneous support
equipment for three rural transit districts and                                   As of this quarter: Computer Technician,
improvements to the NECTD. The implementation and               Less Than         Mechanic Project Manager President and
beneficial end use of the projects will provide a lasting       50%               factory assembly/production line team
investment in Connecticut's public transportation               Completed       3 member.                                  Philip T. Scarrozzo, Manager
The TIGER grant will allow to National Capital region to                      The TIGER grant funds program
invest in transportation, environmental protection, and                       administration and performance
other infrastructure that will provide long term economic                     monitoring of the projects. The grant will
benefits. The grant funds infrastructure for dedicated                        also fund positions responsible for the
bus lanes, enhanced pedestrian access at rail stations,                       physical and technological improvements
enhanced bus stops, and a new transit center. These                           for bus operations and customer service,
improvements will increase the efficiency and               Less Than         including real-time passenger information
effectiveness of bus operations and will provide high-      50%               signs, traffic signal priority for buses,
The Washington and improve safety for bus customers.
quality amenities Metropolitan Area Transit Authority       Completed         26 of the bus lanes and other roadway
                                                                         1.69 dedicatedjobs created are employed for Eric Randall
(Metro) ARRA Fixed Guideway Grant Program contains                            the construction of a new bus body and
numerous projects that will invest in transportation,                         paint shop; these are primarily
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that                       electricians, sheet metal workers, and
will provide long-term economic benefits, which includes                      laborer positions with some project
creating and sustaining jobs regionally and nationally.                       managers and engineers. To perform
The primary labor intensive contracts are the               More than         major overhaul of WMATA's three older
construction of a bus garage to replace the                 50%               rail stations, 23 positions are being
The Washington Metropolitan Area 72 years old), the
Southeastern Bus Garage (which is Transit Authority         Completed   71.86 supported for inspections, carpentry,      Sheila Gudiswitz
(Metro) Fixed Guideway Recovery Act grant will invest in
transportation, environmental protection, and other
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic
benefits. Metro will preserve and create jobs and
promote economic recovery through construction and
facilities improvements and by purchasing required          More than         This quarter, work was ongoing for re-
equipment. The projects serve several purposes of the       50%               design and computer aided drafting of
Recovery Act. Long-term reliability of the rail             Completed       0 the Metro Center Sales Office.             Dan Stessel




                                                            More than
                                                            50%
                                                            Completed       2 Compliance Reviewers




                                                            Less Than
                                                            50%
                                                            Completed     0.5 Compliance Reviewer




                                                            Less Than
                                                            50%               No jobs have been retained as the
                                                            Completed       0 project is just getting started.




                                                            Less Than
                                                            50%
                                                            Completed    0.25 Compliance Reviewer




25-514-02 Rail Car Purchase: Allows DelDOT's
Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) to purchase 4 new
Silverliner V rail cars from SEPTA, which will add   More than                27-531-04, general building contractors.
capacity for SEPTA service between Philadelphia and  50%                      29-021-01, parking lot contractors. 25-
Newark, DE. Delivery is scheduled for 2010.          Completed          23.58 020-01, general contractor.                James Hoagland
                                                                            This grant is anticipated to fund jobs to
                                                                            produce the solar panels, and to install
                                                                            the solar panels on the buildings.
                                                            Less Than       Indirect jobs are anticipated in providing
                                                            50%             transportation for the solar panels from
                                                            Completed     0 production to the site of installation.        Brett Taylor, Director, Public


Infrastructure improvement of installing bus wash to
provide rapid, convenient and more economical means
to wash on-site buses for the transit agency. Washes
accommodate means to promote longevity of FTA               Less Than       Operating Funds resulted in no new jobs
funded capital equipment to go beyond FTA guidelines        50%             created or retained. Bus Wash
of useful life.                                             Completed     0 Contractor retained ONE Job.


                                                                            No jobs have been created, but seven
                                                                            jobs have been sustained from the
                                                                            Graphics & Signage and Metromover
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,      Less Than       Inner Loop Escalator & new canopies.
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term        50%             These seven jobs have been sustained
economic benefits.
The JTA chose to spread their ARRA allocation over its      Completed     7 since the previous quarters.                   Michelle Simmons
multi-modal properties in order to complete various
projects that were in need of improvements. Purchase
and installation of bus parts will upgrade and extend the
life of our fleet and the hybrid electric cooling systems                    Park-n-Ride - Laborers Rosa Parks
will save fuel. Other projects assist with the                               Station Security Guards; SS-6 Route
maintenance and upgrade of our infrastructure. This         Less Than        Services; Our cummulative hours are
investment in transportation, environmental protection,     50%              81,030 over 8 quarters Total Jobs =
and other infrastructure will provide long-term economic    Completed   9.84 155.82                                        Kenneth Holton




                                                                              Types of jobs maintained by this project
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,      Less Than         funded by the FTA TIGGER grants
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term        50%               include: Clerical purchasing staff, and
economic benefits.
Infrastructure purpose is to improve service by             Completed     0   electricians for installation.
                                                                              Quarter 3 of Fiscal Year 2011. No jobs       Claudia Salazar
improving vehicle maintenance to reduce breakdowns.                           created this quarter. Purchased off the
Service will also be improved by using annunciators to                        shelf parts and tires. Quarter 2 of Fiscal
announce all stops, connections and points of interest                        Year 2011 13 hours of maintenance
on all routes and by using automated passenger                                labor and 2 hours of farebox installation
counting to find out when and where riders are boarding.                      hours were supported with funds spent or
Automated fareboxes will reduce fraud and increase the      Less Than         committed this quarter. However, jobs
amount of fares collected. Received and installed           50%               supported in Q1 of Fiecal Year 2010
automatic stop announcement (annunciator) systems in        Completed     0   were overstated by 600 hours. Those
                                                                              Types of jobs created and/or maintained      Rob Mahan
                                                                              by this project funded by FTA ARRA
                                                                              grants include: Administrative and
                                                                              support personnel involved in : Labor-
                                                                              construction, and EMP installation.
                                                                              Palm Beach County is reporting 7,123
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,      More than         hours maintained by this grant for the
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term        50%               EMP Motor fans installation and the
economic benefits.                                          Completed    14   security enhancement projects. Bus
                                                                              Broward County Transit retained              Claudia Salazar
                                                                              Operator positions as a result of
                                                                              Recovery Act funding. Bus Operators
Activities funded under this grant will 1) preserve &                         operate diesel powered transit vehicles
create jobs in the technology, transportation,                                according to established routes within
manufacturing, & construction industries 2) invest in                         assigned areas to transport passengers
transportation, environmental protection, and other         Less Than         of the mass transit system. In addition to
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic         50%               operating passenger buses, Bus
benefits.                                                   Completed     4   Operators also monitor fare collections,     Rebecca A. Blitman
                                                                               To date, the architecture and engineering
                                                                               design has started. There have been 19
                                                                               jobs in architecture and engineering
                                                                               sustained to date. The project has not
                                                                               been advertised for bids for construction.
                                                                               The funds for design and construction of
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,       Less Than         the Transit Depot facility will enable
and other infrastucture that will provide long-term          50%               Martin County to continue to employ
ecomonic benefits.                                           Completed       0 (including sub-consultants) an 13 or more Don Donaldson, P.E.




                                                                               Grant has allowed transit provider to
                                                         Less Than             maintain existing level of service. For this
Infrastructure expenditures during 2011/Q2 were for      50%                   quarter, number of jobs refers to full-time
design of new transit administration facility.
HART's Recovery Act grant was used to purchase 20 40- Completed                This grant funded the design.
                                                                             1 jobs related to project purchase of buses
FT buses, to renovate and rehab it's 21st Avenue                               and paratransit vans, accessibility and
Operating Facility, to purchase 80 security surveillance                       facility improvements, streetcar extension
cameras, to conduct preventative maintenance on 107                            and maintenance, purchase of fareboxes,
buses and to assist in extending the streetcar line. The                       fleet paint rehab, technology
grant will also fund 400 landing pads and sidewalks to                         improvements and paratransit operating.
meet ADA requirements. As such, the projects funded More than                  As a result of these funds, the types of
under this grant will invest in transportation,          50%                   jobs created and/or maintained by FTA
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that  Completed       13.99 ARRA grants for this quarter include;
                                                                               The ITS (Intelligent Transportation          Jeanie Satchel
                                                                               System) project has a total of .29 full time
                                                                               equivalent jobs retained with 630.5 job
                                                                               hours sustained/created since the project
After completion, funding will result in increased                             began in June 2010. For this quarter
efficiency, better service for customers with disabilities                     0.07 full time equivalent jobs were
and cutting-edge environmental technologies that will        More than         retained with 37.0 job hours sustained.
help reduce global warming, lessen America's                 50%               Positions reported are partially funded
dependence on oil and create green jobs.                     Completed    0.07 with ARRA by tracking the number of          Glama Carter


Activities funded under this grant will 1) preserve &                          This project allowed the contractor to hire
create jobs in the technology, transportation,                                 a lead mechanic and 2 additional
manufacturing, & construction industries 2) invest in                          mechancis, who are employed for the
transportation, environmental protection, and other                            installation of the mini-hybrid thermal
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic                            cooling system equipment on Broward
benefits.                                                    Completed       3 County buses.                               Rebecca A. Blitman




                                                             Less Than
                                                             50%
Driver Seats,Service vehicle                                 Completed       1 seat manufacturing                         Karen Parko




                                                             Less Than         We anticipate job creation to begin
                                                             50%               between the first and second quarter of
                                                             Completed       0 2011




All capital expenditures Including the cost of buses and     More than         Positions were created through
Route Match, with the exclusion of Preventative              50%               RouteMatch and one created as a
Maintenance and Operating expenses                           Completed       3 Marketing Rep.                             Cheryl O'Brien
FTA Section 5307 ARRA Capital assistance for the
Winter Haven Area Transit system. These funds will be
used for rolling stock, ITS systems, and capitalized
maintenance, Rolling stock purchase will consist of five
(5) heavy-duty transit buses. These are needed to
replace units that have met their useful lives. This                             The 2.5 jobs that were sustained in this
replacement will also reduce existing costs associated More than                 project to date are in relation to the
with vehicle maintenance. Intelligent Transportation     50%                     construction of five (5) heavy-duty transit
Systems (ITS) purchases will consist of desktop          Completed           2.5 buses.




                                                               Less Than
                                                               50%               To be reported upon completion of
                                                               Completed         Jobs retained and of funds.
                                                                               0 project and invoicecreated included         Michael H. Carroll
The County's grant for capital projects includes                                 architects, landscape architects, civil
construction of transit related infrastructure; i.e.; signs;                     engineers, electrical engineers, structural
bus stop shelters; transit security; purchase of support                         engineers, clerical and fiscal staff,
vehicles. The projects funded with this grant will invest                        backhoe operators, carpenters,
in transportation, environmental protection, and other                           electricians, general laborers, pipe
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic            More than         layers, mason tenders, sheet metal
benefits. These funds will also contribute to preserving       50%               workers, painters, roofers, stucco
and creating jobs and promoting economic recovery.             Completed         This grant construction managers,
                                                                            6.67 plasterers, has funded direct construction Beth Ryder, Director, Housin
                                                                                 jobs (masonry, electical, paving,
                                                                                 landscaping, etc) as a result of the
                                                                                 construction project which includes a new
                                                                                 money counting building and a new bus
                                                                                 fueling island. The project began in late
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,         More than         2009, and is expected to be completed
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term           50%               by May, 2010. This project helped to
economic benefits.                                             Completed       0 create approximately 120 jobs through




The grant funds that have been spent so far were for the Less Than               Estimated number of FTEs for the
van with wheelchair access and eleven support            50%                     manufacture of the van and the eleven
vehicles.                                                Completed          0.37 support vehicles.


The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of                                 Gillig, LLC, reported that the overall order
Gainesville will use the grant funds to purchase one bus                         of buses received from RTS does have
that has an expected useful life of twelve years or                              an impact on their workforce. No new
500,000 miles. This bus will be a replacement for                                employees have been hired, but the grant
another bus that has met it's useful life of over 12 years                       money helped to retain employees in
or 500,000 miles.
PSTA's ARRA grant was used to purchase 14 new 35'              Completed       2 2011.
hybrid-electric replacement buses, purchase of a AVL
with real-time passenger information system, and                                 FTE jobs created/retained this quarter
construction of new ADA compliant passenger landing                              are equal to 12.08. Hours used during
pads. As such, projects funded under this grant will                             this quarter include: hours for installation
invest in transportation, enviromental protection, and                           of new ADA compliant Passenger landing
other infrastructures that will provide long-term              More than         pads, operateing expenditures, and
economic benefits. These investments will also                 50%               project administration for the Real-Time
contribute to preserving and maintaining jobs and              Completed   12.08 Passenger Information Project.               Bob Lasher




This grant provided funding for the replacement of
vehicles which have exceeded their useful life, shop
equipment, hardware and software, preventative                 More than
maintenance and improvements related to passenger              50%
amenitites.                                                    Completed       0 no job creation reported this quarter          CARMEN MONROY
                                                                                This grant funded the employment
                                                                                (created job) of a Project Manager, an
                                                                                Accountant and a Grant Compliance
                                                                                Coordinator at LYNX to assist in
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and                       implementation of the ARRA projects and
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic                       required documentation. It has allowed
benefits, to preserve and create jobs and promote         More than             our Consultant, AECOM Technical
economic recovery, and to assist those most impacted 50%                        Services, to employ
by the recession.                                         Completed      152.04 Surveyors/Engineers/Planners/CADD by Belinda Balleras, LYNX Gran
                                                                                2. Total job hours created or sustained
                                                                                Recovery Act funds.1000 hours
                                                                                sustained in 2010, or 250 hours this
                                                                                quarter during bus manufacturing,for
                                                                                every bus purchased. 3. Total payroll of
                                                                                job hours created or sustained by
                                                             More than          Recovery Act funds.$65,062 sustained in
This grant allows the transit agency to purchase 10 low      50%                2010, or 16,265.50 this quarter during
sulfer, low floor buses, and 3 new mini-buses.               Completed      6.7 bus manufacturing, for every bus the
                                                                                  1 net job has been sustained with
                                                                                Track & Guideway Project - the Chief
                                                                                Supervisor - preparing the complete bid
                                                                                package with the Department of
                                                                                Procurement. Advertising has been
                                                                                approved for other positions & vacancies
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,       Less Than          are anticipated upon fillining those
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term         50%                positions. The general impact of the
economic benefits.                                           Completed        1 ARRA funds has sustained the job level Michelle Simmons




                                                             More than
All activities related to ARRA award are considered          50%
infrastructure.                                              Completed        0 No jobs reported


                                                                                Benches and shelters were installed
Rehabilitation and renovation of South Bus Terminal in                          during this quarter at the City of Cape
Melbourne, Brevard County. Ordered and received 20                              Canaveral creating 0.05 jobs. Jobs were
replacement vans. Bus shelters and benches were              More than          for assenbling workers,wood cutters and
received and installed in the cities of Melbourne and        50%                are not cumulative; the expense for this
Cape Canaveral.                                              Completed          During was only $6,231
                                                                           0.05 quarter the 3rd Quarter FY2011 there         James Liesenfelt
                                                                                were portions of the project encoumbered
                                                                                (shelters and AVL). There was continued
                                                                                planning activity underway for the
This project will provide the infrastructure for efficient                      renovation of the facility which will follow
and continuing transit operations for Lake County and                           in coming quarters. There were 1/4 x 4
effectively provide Lake County citizens the mobility        More than          jobs created by the shelter program or 1
necessary to allow them access to jobs and business          50%                full job. Activity was paid for with local
within the county.                                           Completed        1 funds to be reimbursed with ARRA funds Kenneth Harley




                                                             Less Than          We anticipate job creation to begin
                                                             50%                between the first and second quarter of
                                                             Completed        0 2011.
                                                                                1. Number of direct, on-project jobs
                                                                                created or sustained by recovery act
                                                                                funds is equivalent to 1 full time man-
                                                                                year sustained for every 2 buses
                                                                                purchased, total job hours created or
                                                                                sustained is 2,000 (1,000 x 2)buses
Purchase of buses, generator for administrative transit Less Than               purchased, total payroll of job hours
building, and purchase & relocation of dislocated          50%                  created or sustained is $130,124 (65,062
tenants due to purchase of property for park and ride lot. Completed          1 x 2).                                    Joe Polocarpio
                                                                            Jobs supported by the ARRA funds
                                                                            during this quarter included mobility
                                                                            management trip planning and
                                                                            assistance in 1 county, installation of
To invest in public transportation equipment, security,                     fencing and other security equipment;
mobility management and other infrastructure              More than         preventative maintenance activities at 2
improvements that will provide long-term economic         50%               transit systems, and vehicle
benefits.                                                 Completed       5 manufacturing.                             Ed Coven




                                                          More than
                                                          50%
no                                                        Completed     0.3 Jobs created where assembly workers        Ken Fischer




                                                                            Allocation of work effort to existing staff
                                                          Less Than         thereby increasing utilization and job
                                                          50%               chargeability and enabling retention of
                                                          Completed    0.71 staff.grant funds 7 transit-related capital
                                                                            This
                                                                            projects. As a result of these funds, FTEs
                                                                            were created and/or sustained, including
                                                                            laborers, project managers and shop
                                                                            foremen, electricians, electrical
                                                                            engineers, mechanical engineers,
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,    Less Than         architectural engineers, administrative
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term      50%               assistants, inspectors, carpenters,
economic benefits.                                        Completed   70.25 process engineers, quality control          Meg Pirkle

                                                                            No jobs created,but with the purchase of
                                                                            the new buses this will allow the
                                                                            manufacturing company to maintain
                                                                            employees. During the period of April -
Seven replacement buses were purchased with these         More than         May 2010 there were off the shelf
funds. The buses have been received and are in            50%               pruchases for bus security cameras and
operations.                                               Completed       0 bus shelters.
                                                                            During the quarter ending 6/30/11, grant Gloria Royal
The purposes of this investment are to invest in                            expenditures helped to sustain jobs
transportation, environmental protection and other                          worked in support of the Fire Protection
infrastructure that will provide long-term economic                         System Upgrade project. During the
benefits; preserve and create jobs and promote                              quarter, 2,725 hours were worked by
economic recovery, to stablize the Metropolitan Atlanta                     MARTA's General Engineering
Rapid Transit Authority's budget in order to minimize     Less Than         Consultant, Metropolitan Atlanta Transit
reductions in essential services; and to provide          50%               Consultants (MATC), for a Full Time
investments needed to increase economic efficiency.       Completed         This grant of 5.24. In-house MARTA staff Knox O'Callaghan
                                                                      12.65 Equivalent funds transit-related capital
                                                                            projects across the state of Georgia. As a
                                                                            result of these funds, 15.05 FTEs were
                                                                            created and/or sustained this quarter,
                                                                            which would include laborers, project
                                                                            managers and shop foremen,
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,    Less Than         electricians, inspectors, carpenters,
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term      50%               process engineers, quality control
economic benefits.                                        Completed   15.05 assembly personnel, manufacturing          Meg Pirkle

                                                                            No new jobs were created through the
                                                                            projects funded by this grant. However,
The small maintenance and repair projects Douglas                           the projects did provide work for existing
County has undertaken provided work for local                               employees with local companies. The
contractors/vendors during a time these                   More than         workers performed services in fields such
contractors/vendors have been searching for work for      50%               as vehicle maintenance and transit
their employees.                                          Completed    0.22 facility maintenance and repairs.          James W. Watson
The use of the ARRA funds is primarily for capital          More than         No jobs created this quarter. All items
purchases that would not have otherwise been procured       50%               purchased in the 2nd Quarter 2011 were
without the ARRA grant. the mid-life overhaul of 28,
The project will provide for                                Completed       0 off the shelf.                          Jackie R. McMorris
2002 model year compressed natural gas powered
Orion VII buses. This transit bus reconditioning and
improvements project will ensure the safe and reliable
operation and cost-effective maintenance over the
remaining six year life of the public transit buses
providing local, fixed-route transit service in Gwinnett    Less Than
County. Purpose #1 is also fulfilled as the project         50%
preserves and creates jobs and promotes economic            Completed    4.56 Repair technicians                         Phil Boyd




                                                          More than           Construction administration, engineering,
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and 50%                 and construction jobs retained through
othe infastructure providing long-term benefits.          Completed      3.19 the development of bus transit facility.  Jim Ritchey




The purpose of this infrastructure investment with funds
made available under the recovery act will preserve and     More than
create jobs and promote economic recovery in turn will      50%               Security equipment istallation technician
assist those most impacted by the recession. and
The purposes of this investment are to preserve             Completed      16 positions were created. June 30, 2011,
                                                                              During the quarter ended
create jobs and promote economic recovery, to protect                         this project supported numerous jobs
human life and physical assets from fire-related                              employed through the private sector
impacts, and invest in transportation infrastructure that                     vendor, M.C. Dean, Inc., the Design/Build
will provide long-term economic and life-safety benefits.                     contractor for the Fire Protection System
The rationale for this needed investment is that it is a                      Upgrade project. During the quarter,
high local/regional priority, and the project is ready to   Less Than         18,283.08 hours were reported by M.C.
go. Use of Recovery funds for this project also frees up    50%               Dean Inc., for a full time equivalent (FTE)
other FTA and local resources for other needed              Completed   35.16 of 35.16. Jobs worked at M.C. Dean          Knox O'Callaghan




                                                            More than
Replaced buses,purchased various support equipment          50%
including mobile fare collection systems.                   Completed         During created for 2nd quarter
                                                                            0 No jobsthe quarter ended June 30, 2011,
                                                                              this Project funding supported jobs
                                                                              employed by the Design-Build contractor,
The purposes of this investment are to invest in                              New South Construction/Circle D
transportation, environmental protection and other                            Enterprises(a joint venture). A total of
infrastructure that will provide long- term economic                          16,006.00 job hours were reported by
benefits; and to provide investments needed to              More than         New South/Circle D, equating to a Full
increase economic efficiency by spurring technological      50%               Time Equivalent (FTE) of 30.78. These
advances.                                                   Completed   30.78 vendor jobs included: Construction Labor Knox O'Callaghan




preventative maintenance supplies were purchased            More than           tires were puchased 'off the shelf' no
new radios were purchased for the drivers to                50%               new jobs were created. radio purchase
communicate with the dispatcher.                            Completed       0 was 'off the shelf' no new jobs created.
The purposes of this investment are to preserve and                                During the recent quarter ended June 30,
create jobs and promote economic recovery, to stabilize                            2011, the grant funding helped to partially
the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority's                                 sustain MARTA in-house engineering
budget in order to minimize reductions in essential                                and project management jobs, including
services, and to invest in transportation infrastructure                           Engineer/Train Control, Chief of
that will provide long-term economic benefits. The                                 Specifications, Project Manager and
rationale for utilizing ARRA funds for these purposes          More than           Contracts Engineer. This work effort was
include the following: this project addressees                 50%                 in support of the Rail AC Track Circuit
immediate maintenance needs Act grant a high used to
The transit agency's Recovery that are will be                 Completed           This grant provided funding for Project,
                                                                               0.4 Upgrade and Train Alert Lights the          Knox O'Callaghan
(1) conduct preventive maintenance on buses,                                       provision of paratransit service. The
paratransit vehicles, transit facilities including park and                        types of jobs funded include paratransit
ride lots and transfer centers, and public toilets at the                          vehicle operators and support personnel
transfer centers; (2) provide Americans with Disabilities                          consisting of road supervisors,
Act (ADA) paratransit service to persons with disabilities                         dispatchers, schedulers, reservationists,
in compliance with federal guidelines; (3) provide             More than           and administrative personnel . As a
construction management services for constructing the          50%                 result of these funds, the agency's transit
new paratransit facility, renovation of the existing transit   Completed     16.36 service provider was able to continue to Rebecca Gutowsky, Transit M




                                                               More than
                                                               50%
                                                               Completed      0.91 Acquisition Support Service Provider




Payment of 100% at $20,145,779.00 for 19.75, 60ft.             Not Started       0 Not Started
articulated hybrid buses from New Flyer of America, Inc.
with creation of 20 direct on project jobs at 10,170 labor
hours. Payment of 100% at $4,000,000 for New Start,
SCC 80.01, Preliminary Engineering for Honolulu High                              336120 Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing
Capacity Transit Corridor Project with creation of 451                            541330 Engineering Services 541310
direct on project jobs with 28,289 labor hours expended        More than          Architectural Services 236220
for ARRA portion of project. Total payroll expenditures        50%                Commercial and Institutional Building
2nd quarter 2011 of $844,431 between 2 projects:               Completed      915 Construction                          Don Hamada




The federal ARRA infrastructure expenditure is equal to More than                  This grant is funding the manufacturing of
the total ARRA expenditure because zero $ were          50%                        vehicles. Job numbers were provided by
utilized for administration cost                        Completed                0 manufactureres and suppliers.              Ryan Fujii




Purchase of Mobile Data Terminals (MDT). Remaining
amount in grant ($414.00) will be used towards                 More than           Will create one (1) FTE in the
purchase of additional MDT unit(s) in conjunction with         50%                 manufacturing and installation of this
another federal grant (State of Good Repairs).                 Completed         0 project.


                                                                                   As a result of the funds spent this quarter
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                             on surveillance systems, concrete, bus
and other infrastructure projects that will provide long-                          signage and AVL consulting, the
term economic benefits. Also, to stabilize local budgets More than                 agency’s contractors were able to
(DART’s), in order to minimize and avoid reductions 50%                          retain 2.31 manufacturing, construction,
in services.                                              Completed           2.31 printing and technical consulting jobs.     Debra Meyer
                                                                               The following includes a list of job types,
(4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                     hours, and FTE that were supported by
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                           ARRA this quarter: Construction Trades
economic benefits. Project is ready to go and is           More than           Workers hours - 14745 FTE - 28.36
needed to bring public transit fleet to a state of good    50%                 Assemblers and Fabricators hours -
repair.                                                    Completed     46.65 9512 FTE - 18.29                            Michelle McEnany




                                                                               There were approximately 2 bus
                                                                               manufacturing jobs created/retained with
Upgrading to electric hybrid transmissions will reduce    More than            this project. Another 1/2 job was
greenhouse gas emissions and reduce the need for          50%                  created/retained with the purchase of the
deisel fuel.                                              Completed        0.5 harness system.                           Tom Davenport




(4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection,
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                           The following includes a list of job types,
economic benefits. Project is ready to go and is           More than           hours, and FTE that were supported by
needed to bring public transit fleet to a state of good    50%                 ARRA this quarter: Assemblers and
repair.                                                    Completed     18.63 Fabricators hours - 9686 FTE - 18.63        Michelle Mcenany




                                                                               The jobs that will be created/retained are
                                                          Less Than            craft workers (skilled) and operatives
                                                          50%                  (semi-skilled). The grant will create/retain
                                                          Completed            9338 hours have gone into poistions.
                                                                             0 two FTE bus manufactutingconstruction
                                                                               on the Intermodal Facility. There have
Ames Transit Agency in cooperation with the City of                            been approximately 18 jobs
Ames and Iowa State University will construct an                               created/retained on the construction so
Intermodal Transportation Facility in Ames, Iowa. The                          far. About 20 jobs are expected to be
facility will incluse space for transit buses, intercity                       created/retained on the construction
buses, taxis, van pool vehicles, and bicycles as weel as Less Than             project and another 20-30 jobs in the
having public showers and a pocket park. The project     50%                   vicinity when the construction is complete
will eventually create/maintain approximately 260 jobs. Completed        17.96 due to the revitalization of the area this   Tom Davenport




                                                                               The jobs saved/retained via the
                                                                               expenditure of ARRA funds in this grant
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and Less Than            were professional planning and
other infrastructure that will provide long term economic 50%                  engineering positions and related
benefits                                                  Completed       0.46 administrative support positions.         Rick Thompson




                                                          More than            No jobs for Tribal government; Bus
                                                          50%                  Vendor reported 3.80 FTE to assemble
                                                          Completed          0 buses and deliver.                        Mary Beth Frank




The ARRA funds were used to replace vehicles
significantly past their estimated useful life, to provide a More than         Jobs paid for: labor for removing for
secure garage to store the vehicles, and to improve the 50%                    sidewalk, and the installation of logos
safety of the public using the public bus lobby.             Completed     9.5 and lettering on new buses.
A stated purppose of the recovery act is to invest in
transportation infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits. By investing in transit center
infrastructure for the Citylink system, this grant supports                  During this quarter, this grant has helped
the economy by helping connect rural area workers with Less Than             retain jobs for existing engineering and
jobs, shopping, health care and recreational                50%              architectural design staff in the private
opportunities.                                              Completed      9 consulting industry.                       Brian McClatchey




                                                                             The Program Coordinator worked
Project funds were used to purchase four buses to be                         approximately 20 hours this reporting
used on the Tribal Transportation program in Fort Hall                       period; the FTE calculation is 20/520=
Reservation, Idaho.                                      Completed      0.04 .04 FTE.                                     Pete Broncho


                                                                             Quarter ending June 30, 2011: Idaho's
                                                                             Rural ARRA transit funds from April 1 -
(1) To preserve and create jobs and promote economic                         June 30, 2011 supported 4,304.0 hours
recovery and (4) To invest in transportation,           More than            that retained or created jobs for mobility
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that 50%                  managers, management, administrative
will provide long-term economic benefits.               Completed        8.3 support and transit operational personnel. Brian Shea




                                                                             Manufature of the buses in this grant will
                                                                             commence in August 2011. In
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and Less Than          accordance with OMB guidance, jobs
other infrastructure that will provide long term economic 50%                created will be reported when buses are
benefits                                                  Completed        0 delivered                                  Rick Thompson




                                                                             The jobs saved/retained by expenditure
                                                                             of ARRA funds in this grant were
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and Less Than          professional planning and engineering
other infrastructures that will provide long-term         50%                jobs and related administrative support
economic benefits                                         Completed     2.41 positions.                                   Rick Thompson




To invest in transportation, environmental protection,   More than
and other infrastructure that will provided long term    50%
economic benefits.                                       Completed            No jobs are reported this period.
                                                                           0 Upon delivery of buses, jobs created will    Christine Fueston
                                                                             be reported. Jobs related to bus
                                                                             acquisition will be reported upon receipt
                                                                             of the bus from the manufacturer. The
                                                                             pilot buses are scheduled begin
                                                                             production in July 2011 and full
To invest in transportation, environmental protection and Less Than          production is scheduled for February
other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic 50%                2012. The jobs retained in this reporting
benefits                                                  Completed     0.46 period relate to the software acquisition    Rick Thompson




                                                                             no jobs created this quarter, finalizating
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,                       billing to close out grant. billing not
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term                         finalized waiting to close out grant until
economic benefits.                                       Completed      1.96 finalized.                                   Robert Hoffmann
                                                                               The IL-56-0002 ARRA Grant has helped
                                                                               sustain the jobs of 62 workers including
                                                                               painters, administrative personnel,
                                                             Less Than         laborers, construction workers,
                                                             50%               equipment operators, cement masons,
                                                             Completed       1 ironworkers, carpenters, and mechanics.




To invest in transportation, environmental protection,       More than
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term         50%
economic benefits.                                           Completed       0 n/a this quarter




To preserve and create jobs and promote economic                               Material Delivery (0.18); Project
recovery and to invest in transportation, environmental More than              Management (6.69); Flagging (2.29); Iron
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long- 50%               Workers (2.18); Electricians (2.29);
term economic benefit.                                       Completed   16.09 General Construction (2.46)              Paul Volpe


                                                                               Engineering positions, electronic security
                                                                               engineers, and telecommunciations
                                                                               engineers for the design and engineering
Expenditures to date are for consultant expenses to          Less Than         of the safety and security camera
develop specifications, so they are not infrastructure       50%               system. Electrical trade positions. IT
related.
This project is an investment in transportation,             Completed       0 design and installation positions.
environmental protection, and other infrastructure that
will provide long-term economic benefits. The new
station and related facilities at 35th Street in Chicago                      The IL-96-X003 ARRA Grant has helped
will include inbound and outbound platforms, lights,                          sustain the jobs of 111 workers including
ramps, stairs, and commuter parking facilities. The                           painters, administrative personnel,
area surrounding the new station, and the rail corridor in   More than        laborers, construction workers,
general, is experiencing residential and commercial          50%              equipment operators, cement masons,
redevelopment that includes the new Chicago Police           Completed    103 iron workers, carpenters, and mechanics. David F. Simmons
                                                                              (7-9-2011) There have been no changes
                                                                              to Job creation data since the last report.
                                                                              (4-2-2011) Grantee anticipates the
                                                                              creation of one additional job for
                                                                              maintenance of the Solar Hot Water
                                                                              Thermal system once installed and
                                                             Less Than        operational. It is estimated that three (3)
                                                             50%              jobs will be retained as a result of the
                                                             Completed      0 purchase and installation of the Solar      Daniel Payne




To preserve and create jobs and promote economic
recovery and to invest in transportation, environmental Less Than
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long- 50%               Project
term economic benefit.                                       Completed    0.15 Management(0.14);Electricians(0.01)          Paul Volpe


                                                                               Masons, Carpenters, Testing Engineers,
                                                                               Electricians, HVAC contractors,
                                                                               insulators, brick layers, plumbers,
                                                                               concrete crews, excavators, landscapers,
                                                                               roofers, glaziers, iron workers, fencing
Construction of Transfer Center                              Completed     9.8 contractors, painters                    Jim Johnson
                                                             More than
To invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide 50%                Construction trades and laborers.
long-term economic benefits.                                 Completed      3.9 Manufacturing positions.                  Richard Brazda




                                                                                This information about the number of
                                                               Less Than        jobs and the description of jobs created
                                                               50%              will be reported upon delivery/acceptance
                                                               Completed      0 of all buses.
                                                                                Direct jobs created in this quarter stem
                                                                                from construction of Rockford Mass
                                                                                Transit District's new facility and
                                                                                architecture and engineering provided for
                                                                                the City of Macomb/McDonough County
To invest in transportation, environmental protection,         Less Than        Public Transportation's new vehicle
and other infrastructure that will provide long-term           50%              maintenance center. Total direct labor
economic benefits.                                             Completed   7.96 created this quarter is 4,138.75 hours.   John Webber




To invest in transportation, evnironmental protection,
and other infrasturcture that will provide long-term
economic benefits.
The Town of Normal's Recovery Act grant was used to            Completed    126 Invest in public transportation.
                                                                                This grant funds the construction of a               0
construct a multi-modal transportation center.The facility                      new multi-modal transportation facility.
will incorporate Amtrak, regional buses, local transit                          As a result the Town of Normal is able to
buses, taxi, bicycle and pedestrian modes of                                    retain 3 employees working in the area of
transportation. The project includes a 63,000 sqft transit                      project administration (.56 FTE's). The
center that also incorporates municipal government                              Town's contractors wer