FTA_Section_1512_reports_for_FY_10_Q3 by fanzhongqing

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									Federal Transit Administration Recipient Reported Section 1512 Data for the 3rd quarter of 2010 (A

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Information in this file is derived from data reported by FTA’s recipients as of 10/30/2010 and does not reflect subsequent cha
recipient_state        award_number           recipient_name




Alaska                 AK-86-X001             TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC FACILITIES, ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF




Alaska                 AK-86-X002             MANLEY VILLAGE COUNCIL




Alaska                 AK-86-X003             SELDOVIA VILLAGE TRIBE




Alaska                 AK-86-X004             TETLIN VILLAGE COUNCIL




Alaska                 AK-86-X005             ASA'CARSARMIUT TRIBAL COUNCIL




Alaska                 AK-86-X006             CROOKED CREEK CORPORATION
Alaska    AK-96-X001-00   ALASKA RAILROAD CORPORATION




Alaska    AK-96-X002      FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR, BOROUGH OF




Alaska    AK-96-X003-00   ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF




Alabama   AL-66-X001      BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Alabama   AL-77-0001-00   MONTGOMERY, CITY OF




Alabama   AL-86-X001-01   TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA DEPT OF




Alabama   AL-96-X001      TUSCALOOSA COUNTY PARKING & TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Alabama   AL-96-X002-00   MOBILE, CITY OF
Alabama    AL-96-X003-00   MONTGOMERY, CITY OF




Alabama    AL-96-X004      CITY OF HUNTSVILLE




Alabama    AL-96-X005-00   GADSDEN, CITY OF




Alabama    AL-96-X006      BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Alabama    AL-96-X007-01   TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA DEPT OF




Arkansas   AR-86-X001      HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION, ARKANSAS DEPARTMENT OF




Arkansas   AR-96-0004      CENTRAL ARKANSAS TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Arkansas   AR-96-X001      OZARK REGIONAL TRANSIT, INC.
Arkansas         AR-96-X002      FORT SMITH, CITY OF




Arkansas         AR-96-X003      HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARK, CITY OF




Arkansas         AR-96-X005      TRANSIT PARKING DEPT




Arkansas         AR-96-X006      JONESBORO, CITY OF




Arkansas         AR-96-X007-00   PINE BLUFF TRANSIT




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




Arizona          AZ-56-0001      PHOENIX, CITY OF




Arizona          AZ-66-X001      PHOENIX, CITY OF
Arizona      AZ-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, ARIZONA DEPT OF




Arizona      AZ-86-X002      NAVAJO TRANSIT SYSTEM




Arizona      AZ-96-X001      CITY OF TUCSON




Arizona      AZ-96-X002      PHOENIX, CITY OF




Arizona      AZ-96-X003      NORTHERN ARIZONA INTERGOVERNMENTAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Arizona      AZ-96-X004-00   YUMA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION




California   CA-06-X001      TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF




California   CA-36-0001      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
California   CA-36-0001-00   LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-56-0001      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-56-0002-00   SAN JOAQUIN, COUNTY OF




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




California   CA-56-0005      NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-56-0007      SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY




California   CA-66-X004      SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-66-X005      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
California   CA-66-X007      SANTA CRUZ METROPOLITAN TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-66-X009      ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, INC.




California   CA-66-X010      SANTA ROSA, CITY OF




California   CA-66-X013      VACAVILLE, CITY OF




California   CA-66-X014      CITY OF VALLEJO




California   CA-66-X016      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF




California   CA-66-x017-00   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY




California   CA-77-0002      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
California   CA-77-0003      ALAMEDA-CONTRA COSTA TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-77-0004      SANTA CLARITA CITY OF




California   CA-77-0005      NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF




California   CA-86-X004      RESERVATION TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-86-X005      SUSANVILLE INDIAN RANCHERIA




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




California   CA-96-X002      VACAVILLE, CITY OF
California   CA-96-X003      TRACY, CITY OF (INC)




California   CA-96-X004      ALAMEDA-CONTRA COSTA TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-96-X005      SIMI VALLEY, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X006      GOLD COAST TRANSIT




California   CA-96-X007-00   LONG BEACH PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION COMPANY




California   CA-96-X008      SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY




California   CA-96-X009-00   SAN JOAQUIN, COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-x010      FOOTHILL TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X011      FRESNO, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X012      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X013-00   LOS ANGELES, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X014      SAN FRANCISCO, CITY & COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-X015      ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION, INC.




California   CA-96-X016      NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-96-X017      MERCED, COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-X018      KINGS COUNTY AREA PUBLIC TRANSIT AGENCY
California   CA-96-X019      TURLOCK, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X020      VENTURA COUNTY TRANSPORTATION COMMSSION




California   CA-96-X021      SAN MATEO COUNTY TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-96-X022      PENINSULA CORRIDOR JOINT PWRS BD.




California   CA-96-X023      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X024-00   LIVERMORE AMADOR VLY TRANS ATH




California   CA-96-X025      SAN LUIS OBISPO, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X026-00   TORRANCE, CITY OF
California   CA-96-X027-00   SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS




California   CA-96-X029-02   SANTA CLARA VALLEY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X030-03   SANTA CRUZ METROPOLITAN TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-96-X031      SONOMA, COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-X032      MANTECA, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X033      SANTA BARBARA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT DISTRICT




California   CA-96-X034      CITY OF VALLEJO




California   CA-96-X035      SANTA ROSA, CITY OF
California   CA-96-X036      CENTRAL CONTRA COSTA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X038      ANTELOPE VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X039      NORWALK, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X041-00   MONTEREY-SALINAS TRANSIT




California   CA-96-X042      CULVER CITY, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X043-00   RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY




California   CA-96-X044      SANTA MONICA, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X045      SAN JOAQUIN REGIONAL TRANSIT DISTRICT RTD
California   CA-96-X046-01   SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X047      VISALIA, CITY OF (INC)




California   CA-96-X049      PORTERVILLE, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X051      GARDENA, CITY OF




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




California   CA-96-X053      ELK GROVE, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X054      PLACER, COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-X055      EASTERN CONTRA COSTA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
California   CA-96-X056-00   SANTA MARIA, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X057      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X058-00   OMNITRANS




California   CA-96-X060      SACRAMENTO REGIONAL TRANSIT DIST.




California   CA-96-X061      VICTOR VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X063      LOMPOC, CITY OF




California   Ca-96-X064      IMPERIAL, COUNTY (INC)




California   CA-96-X066-00   REDDING AREA BUS AUTHORITY
California   CA-96-X067      WESTERN CONTRA-COSTA COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




California   CA-96-X068      BENICIA, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X069-00   NAPA, COUNTY OF




California   CA-96-X070-00   BUTTE COUNTY ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS




California   CA-96-X071      SANTA CLARITA CITY OF




California   CA-96-X072      COMMERCE, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X073      MODESTO, CITY OF (INC)




California   CA-96-X074-01   TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF
California   CA-96-X075      CLAREMONT, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X079      CITY OF CORONA




California   CA-96-X080-00   CITY OF RIVERSIDE




California   CA-96-X081-00   REDONDO BEACH, CITY OF (INC)




California   CA-96-X082-00   ROSEVILLE, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X083      MONTEBELLO, CITY OF




California   CA-96-X084      LA MIRADA, CITY OF




California   CA-96-Y062-00   MADERA, CITY OF
Colorado   CO-56-0001      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Colorado   CO-66-x001      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Colorado   CO-77-0001      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Colorado   CO-77-0002      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Colorado   CO-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF




Colorado   CO-96-X001-00   CITY OF PUEBLO




Colorado   CO-96-X002      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Colorado   CO-96-X003-00   FORT COLLINS, CITY OF
Colorado      CO-96-X004      MOUNTAIN METROPOLITAN TRANSIT




Colorado      CO-96-X005      COUNTY OF MESA




Colorado      CO-96-X006      GREELEY, CITY OF




Connecticut   CT-56-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF




Connecticut   CT-56-0002-00   TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF




Connecticut   CT-66-X001-00   STAMFORD, CITY OF




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




Connecticut   CT-77-0001      TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF
Connecticut            CT-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF




Connecticut            CT-96-X001      NORWALK TRANSIT DISTRICT




Connecticut            CT-96-X002-00   GREATER BRIDGEPORT TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)




Connecticut            CT-96-X003-01   TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF




Connecticut            CT-96-X004-00   TRANSPORTATION, CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT OF




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




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




Delaware               DE-77-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF
Delaware               DE-86-X001-00       TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF




Delaware               DE-96-X001-00       TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE DEPARTMENT OF




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




California             DTFT60-07-D-00011   CDI/DCI JOINT VENTURE




Virginia               DTFT60-07-D-00013   REID CONSULTING LLC




Virginia               DTFT60-08C-00014    REID CONSULTING LLC




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




District of Columbia   DTFT60-08-C-00018   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE
Virginia       DTFT60-08-D00009    BUSINESS MANAGEMENT RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.




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




Maryland       DTFT6008D00011      LEON SNEAD & CO PC




Maryland       DTFT6008D00011      LEON SNEAD & CO PC




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC




Maryland       DTFT60-10-C-00011   HANKS, HANKS & ASSOCIATES LLC




Maryland       DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC
Florida   FL-56-0001      JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (INC)




Florida   FL-56-0003-00   TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF




Florida   FL-56-0005-00   MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-66-X002-01   GAINESVILLE, CITY OF




Florida   FL-66-X003      GAINESVILLE, CITY OF




Florida   FL-66-X004      GAINESVILLE, CITY OF




Florida   FL-77-0001-00   BROWARD, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-77-0002      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH
Florida   FL-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF




Florida   FL-96-X001-01   BROWARD, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X002-00   MANATEE COUNTY AREA TRANSIT




Florida   FL-96-X003-00   CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (INC)




Florida   FL-96-X004      PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT AUTHORITY INC




Florida   FL-96-X005-00   COUNTY OF POLK




Florida   FL-96-X006      LEE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X007-00   COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA
Florida   FL-96-X008-00   GAINESVILLE, CITY OF




Florida   FL-96-X009      ST JOHNS, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X010-00   CHARLOTTE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X011      TALLAHASSEE, CITY OF (INC)




Florida   FL-96-X012      JACKSONVILLE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (INC)




Florida   FL-96-X013-00   HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Florida   FL-96-X014      OKALOOSA, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X015-00   TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF
Florida   FL-96-X016-01   VOLUSIA TRANSIT MANAGEMENT, INC.




Florida   FL-96-X017      LAKE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X018      INDIAN RIVER, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X019-00   COUNTY OF COLLIER




Florida   FL-96-X020      PASCO, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X021-00   LAKELAND AREA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Florida   FL-96-X022-00   WEST FLORIDA REGIONAL PLANNING COUNCIL




Florida   FL-96-X023      BREVARD, COUNTY OF
Florida   FL-96-X024-00   OCALA, CITY OF




Florida   FL-96-X025      ST LUCIE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X026      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH




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




Florida   FL-96-X028      MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF




Florida   FL-96-X029      MARTIN, COUNTY OF




Oregon    FTA G-16        CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION OF OREGON




Georgia   GA-56-0001      METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Georgia   GA-66-X001      METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Georgia   GA-77-0001      METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Georgia   GA-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF




Georgia   GA-96-X001      HENRY, COUNTY OF




Georgia   GA-96-X002      COUNTY OF COBB




Georgia   GA-96-X003      CHEROKEE, COUNTY OF




Georgia   GA-96-X004-01   GWINNETT, COUNTY OF




Georgia   GA-96-X005      METROPOLITAN ATLANTA RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Georgia    GA-96-X006-00   COLUMBUS, COUNTY OF




Georgia    GA-96-X007-00   COUNTY OF DOUGLAS




Georgia    GA-96-X008-00   GEORGIA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Georgia    GA-96-X009-00   COUNTY OF AUGUSTA-RICHMOND




Georgia    GA-96-X010      CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Georgia    GA-96-X012-00   TRANSPORTATION, GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF




Virginia   GS-35F-0570J    ACTIONET, INC.




Guam       GU-86-X001-00   GUAM REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Hawaii   HI-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, HAWAII DEPARTMENT OF




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




Iowa     IA-06-X001      TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF




Iowa     IA-66-X001-00   SIOUX CITY, CITY OF




Iowa     IA-77-0001      AMES, CITY OF




Iowa     IA-78-0001      AMES, CITY OF




Iowa     IA-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF




Iowa     IA-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT OF
Iowa    IA-96-X002      DES MOINES AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Iowa    IA-96-X003-00   SIOUX CITY, CITY OF




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




Iowa    IA-96-X006-00   BETTENDORF, CITY OF




Iowa    IA-96-X007-00   DAVENPORT, CITY OF




Idaho   ID-66-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT




Idaho   ID-66-X002-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT




Idaho   ID-86-X001-01   TRANSPORTATION, IDAHO DEPARTMENT OF
Idaho   ID-86-X002      NEZ PERCE TRIBE




Idaho   ID-86-X003-00   THE COEUR D'ALENE TRIBE




Idaho   ID-86-X004      SHOSHONE-BANNOCK TRIBES




Idaho   ID-96-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT




Idaho   ID-96-X002      TARGHEE REGIONAL PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Idaho   ID-96-X004      LEWISTON, CITY OF




Idaho   ID-96-X005-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT




Idaho   ID-96-X006-01   KOOTENAI, COUNTY OF
Illinois   IL-56-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Illinois   IL-56-0002      NORTHEAST ILLINOIS REGIONAL COMMUTER RAILROAD CORPORATION




Illinois   IL-77-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY




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




Illinois   IL-77-0004-00   ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION




Illinois   IL-78-0001-00   NORMAL, TOWN OF




Illinois   IL-86-X001      ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION




Illinois   IL-96-X001-00   ROCKFORD MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)
Illinois   IL-96-X002      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Illinois   IL-96-X003      NORTHEAST ILLINOIS REGIONAL COMMUTER RAILROAD CORPORATION




Illinois   IL-96-X004      MADISON COUNTY TRANSIT




Illinois   IL-96-X005      PACE, THE SUBURBAN BUS DIVISION OF THE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Illinois   IL-96-X006-00   BLOOMINGTON NORMAL PUBLIC TRANSIT SYSTEMS




Illinois   IL-96-X007-01   DEKALB, CITY OF




Illinois   IL-96-X008-00   STATELINE MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Illinois   IL-96-X009      SPRINGFIELD MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT
Illinois   IL-96-X010      CITY OF DANVILLE




Illinois   IL-96-X013      GREATER PEORIA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Illinois   IL-96-X014      DECATUR, CITY OF




Illinois   IL-96-X015-00   RIVER VALLEY METRO MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Illinois   IL-96-X017-00   ROCK ISLAND COUNTY METROPOLITAN MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Indiana    IN-56-0001      NORTHERN INDIANA COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Indiana    IN-77-0001-00   GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORP




Indiana    IN-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, INDIANA DEPARTMENT OF
Indiana   IN-96-X001      FORT WAYNE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORP




Indiana   IN-96-X002      FORT WAYNE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORP




Indiana   IN-96-X003-00   MICHIANA AREA COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS




Indiana   IN-96-x005      TERRE HAUTE, CITY OF




Indiana   IN-96-X006-00   CITY OF MICHIGAN CITY




Indiana   IN-96-X007-00   CITY OF EVANSVILLE




Indiana   IN-96-X009      NORTHERN INDIANA COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Indiana   IN-96-X011      INDIANAPOLIS PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION
Indiana   IN-96-X012-00   BLOOMINGTON PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION




Indiana   IN-96-X014      GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORP




Indiana   IN-96-X015      KOKOMO CITY HALL BUILDING CORPORATION




Indiana   IN-96-X016      GARY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORPORATION




Indiana   IN-96-X017      NORTHWESTERN INDIANA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION




Indiana   IN-96-X018      NORTHWESTERN INDIANA REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION




Indiana   IN-96-X019-00   COLUMBUS, CITY OF




Indiana   IN96X020        ANDERSON, CITY OF
Indiana   IN-96-x103      SOUTH BEND PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION CORP




Kansas    KS-78-0001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON




Kansas    ks-86-x001-00   TRANSPORTATION, KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF




Kansas    KS-86-X002      PRAIRIE BAND POTAWATOMI NATION




Kansas    KS-96-X001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON




Kansas    KS-96-X002-00   TOPEKA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Kansas    KS-96-X003-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE




Kansas    KS-96-X004-01   WICHITA, CITY OF (INC)
Kansas     KS-96-X005-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE




Kansas     KS-96-X006-00   TOPEKA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Kentucky   KY-66-X001      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER CITY




Kentucky   KY-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION CABINET, KENTUCKY




Kentucky   KY-96-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION CABINET, KENTUCKY




Kentucky   KY-96-X002      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF NORTHERN KENTUCKY




Kentucky   KY-96-X003      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER CITY




Kentucky   KY-96-X004      OWENSBORO, CITY OF
Kentucky    KY-96-X005      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF LEXINGTON, FAYETTE COUNTY




Kentucky    KY-96-X006      ASHLAND, CITY OF




Kentucky    KY-96-X007-00   HENDERSON, CITY OF




Louisiana   LA-56-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Louisiana   LA-86-X001-01   TRANSPORTATION AND DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF




Louisiana   LA-96-X001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Louisiana   LA-96-X002-01   JEFFERSON, PARISH OF




Louisiana   LA-96-X003      ST BERNARD, PARISH OF
Louisiana   LA-96-X004-00   LAFAYETTE CITY PARISH CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT




Louisiana   LA-96X-005      LAKE CHARLES, CITY OF




Louisiana   LA-96-X006      CITY OF ALEXANDRIA




Louisiana   LA-96-X007      TRANSPORTATION AND DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF




Louisiana   LA-96-X008      CAPITAL AREA TRANSIT SYSTEM




Louisiana   LA-96-X009-00   MONROE, CITY OF




Louisiana   LA-96-X010-00   TERREBONNE PARISH CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT




Louisiana   LA-96-X011      ST TAMMANY, PARISH OF
Louisiana       LA-96-X012      SHREVEPORT TRANSIT MANAGEMENT, INC




Louisiana       LA-96-X013      RIVER PARISHES TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Louisiana       LA-96-X014-00   PLAQUEMINES PARISH GOVERNMENT




Massachusetts   MA-06-X001-00   MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF




Massachusetts   MA-06-X002-00   MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF




Massachusetts   MA-56-0001      MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-56-0002      GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X0006     LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X001-00   METROWEST REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X002      PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X003-00   MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X004      BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X005      WORCESTER REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA66X007        BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X008-00   SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X009-00   CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTH
Massachusetts   MA-66-x010   GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X011   CAPE ANN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X012   MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X013   MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X014   MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-66-X015   MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-77-0001   LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-77-0002   MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Massachusetts   MA-86-X001-00   MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF




Massachusetts   MA-86-X002-00   MASSACHUSETTS, COMMONWEALTH OF




Massachusetts   MA-96-X0006     LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X001      MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X002-01   PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X003-01   MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X004      BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X005      WORCESTER REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X007-01   BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X008-00   SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X009-01   CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTH




Massachusetts   MA-96-X010      GREATER ATTLEBORO-TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X011      CAPE ANN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X013      MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X014      MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Massachusetts   MA-96-X016      MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Maryland   MD-56-0001      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maryland   MD-66-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maryland   MD-77-0001      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maryland   MD-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maryland   MD-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maryland   MD-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Maine      ME-86-X001-02   TRANSPORTATION, MAINE DEPARTMENT OF




Maine      ME-86-X002-00   TRANSPORTATION, MAINE DEPARTMENT OF
Maine      ME-96-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, MAINE DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan   MI-06-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan   mi66x001        JACKSON, CITY OF




Michigan   MI-77-0001      MASS TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INC




Michigan   MI-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan   MI-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan   MI-86-X002      TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan   MI-86-X003-00   HURON POTAWATOMI, INC.
Michigan   MI-96-0015      KALAMAZOO METRO TRANSIT




Michigan   mi96x001        JACKSON, CITY OF




Michigan   MI-96-X002      MACATAWA AREA EXPRESS TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Michigan   MI-96-X003-01   MASS TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INC




Michigan   MI-96-X005      INTERURBAN TRANSIT PARTNERSHIP




Michigan   MI-96-X009      ANN ARBOR TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INC




Michigan   MI-96-X011      DETROIT, CITY OF




Michigan   MI-96-X012      BAY METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Michigan   MI-96-X013      BLUE WATER AREA TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION




Michigan   MI-96-X014      NILES, CITY OF




Michigan   MI-96-x016-00   CAPITAL AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Michigan   MI-96-X017-00   TWIN CITIES AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, INC




Michigan   MI-96-X018      BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF




Michigan   MI-96-X019      LIVINGSTON, COUNTY OF




Michigan   MI-96-X020      SAGINAW TRANSIT AUTHORITY REGINAL SERVICES INC




Michigan   MI-96-X021-00   CITY OF GRAND HAVEN
Michigan    MI-96-X022      TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF




Michigan    MI-96-X023-01   BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF




Michigan    MI-96-X024      ANN ARBOR TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY INC




Michigan    MI-96-X10-00    MUSKEGON, COUNTY OF




Minnesota   MN-56-0001-00   METROPOLITAN COUNCIL, MINNESOTA




Minnesota   MN-77-0001-00   METROPOLITAN COUNCIL, MINNESOTA




Minnesota   MN-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF
Minnesota   MN-86-X002      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X003      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X004      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X005      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X006      TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA DEPARTMENT OF




Minnesota   MN-86-X007-00   RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA INDIANS




Minnesota   MN-86-X008-00   MILLE LACS BAND OF OJIBWE




Minnesota   MN-96-X001-00   DULUTH TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Minnesota   MN-96-X002-00   METROPOLITAN COUNCIL, MINNESOTA




Minnesota   MN-96-X003-00   EAST GRAND FORKS, CITY OF




Minnesota   MN-96-X004      ST CLOUD METRO TRANSIT COMMISSION




Minnesota   MN-96-X005      ST CLOUD METRO TRANSIT COMMISSION




Minnesota   MN-96-X006-00   DULUTH TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Minnesota   MN-96-X007-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF




Minnesota   MN-96-X008-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF




Wisconsin   MN-96-X010-00   LA CROSSE, CITY OF
Minnesota   MN-96-X011-00   MOORHEAD, CITY OF




Missouri    MO-56-0001      BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE MISSOURI-ILLINOIS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT (IN




Missouri    MO-78-0001      KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Missouri    MO-78-0002      MID AMERICA REGIONAL COUNCIL




Missouri    MO-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF




Missouri    MO-96-X001-00   JEFFERSON CITY, CITY OF INC




Missouri    MO-96-X003-00   CITY OF ST JOSEPH




Missouri    MO-96-X004-00   JOPLIN, CITY OF
Missouri                   MO-96-X005      BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF THE MISSOURI-ILLINOIS METROPOLITAN DISTRICT (IN




Missouri                   MO-96-X006-01   KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Missouri                   MO-96-X007      CITY UTILITIES OF SPRINGFIELD MO




Missouri                   MO-96-X008      KANSAS CITY AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




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




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




Mississippi                MS-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION , MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF




Mississippi                MS-86-X002      MISSISSIPPI BAND OF CHOCTAW INDIANS
Mississippi   MS-96-X001-00   HATTIESBURG, CITY OF




Mississippi   MS-96-X002-00   MISSISSIPPI COAST TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Mississippi   MS-96-X003-00   JACKSON, CITY OF




Montana       MT-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF




Montana       MT-86-X002-00   FORT BELKNAP COMMUNITY COUNCIL




Montana       MT-86-x003-00   CONFEDERATED SALISH & KOOTENAI TRIBES




Montana       MT-96-X002-00   BILLINGS, CITY OF




Montana       MT-96-X003-00   GREAT FALLS TRANSIT DISTRICT
North Carolina   NC-66-X002      RALEIGH, CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-66-X003      CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)




North Carolina   NC-77-0001-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF




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




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




North Carolina   NC-96-X001      CAPE FEAR PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




North Carolina   NC-96-X002-01   CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE




North Carolina   NC-96-X003-00   CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)
North Carolina   NC-96-X004-00   CITY OF DURHAM




North Carolina   NC-96-X005-00   GREENVILLE, CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-96-X006-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF




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




North Carolina   NC-96-X008-00   CITY OF GREENSBORO




North Carolina   NC-96-X009-00   GASTONIA, CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-96-X010-00   ROCKY MOUNT, (INC) CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-96-X011-00   CONCORD, CITY OF
North Carolina   NC-96-X012-00   ASHEVILLE, CITY OF




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




North Carolina   NC-96-X014      CITY OF HIGH POINT




North Carolina   NC-96-X015      RALEIGH, CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-96-X016-00   WINSTON-SALEM, CITY OF




North Carolina   NC-96-X017-00   GOLDSBORO WAYNE TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




North Carolina   NC-96-X019-00   CITY OF JACKSONVILLE




North Carolina   NC-96-X020      PIEDMONT AUTHORITY FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
North Carolina   NC-96-X021      CARY, TOWN OF




North Dakota     ND-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, NORTH DAKOTA DEPT OF




North Dakota     ND-86-X002-00   SITTING BULL COLLEGE INC




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




North Dakota     ND-96-X001-00   CITY OF BISMARCK




North Dakota     ND-96-X002-00   CITY OF FARGO




North Dakota     ND-96-X003      CITY OF GRAND FORKS




Nebraska         NE-86-X001      ROADS, NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF
Nebraska        NE-86-X002-00   WINNEBAGO TRIBE OF NEBRASKA




Nebraska        NE-96-x001      LINCOLN, CITY OF




Nebraska        NE-96-X002      TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF OMAHA




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




New Hampshire   NH-96-X001      COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR SEACOAST TRANSPORTATION




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




New Hampshire   NH-96-X003      UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE




New Hampshire   NH-96-X004-00   GREATER DERRY-SALEM COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
New Hampshire   NH96X005        MANCHESTER, CITY OF




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




New Jersey      NJ-56-0001-00   DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY




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




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




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




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




New Jersey      NJ-96-X001-00   DELAWARE RIVER PORT AUTHORITY
New Jersey   NJ-96-X002-00   NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION, THE




New Mexico   NM-86-X001-02   TRANSPORTATION, NEW MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF




New Mexico   NM-86-X002-00   SAN JUAN PUEBLO TRIBAL COUNCIL




New Mexico   NM-86-X003      PUEBLO OF LAGUNA




New Mexico   NM-96-X001      ALBUQUERQUE, CITY OF




New Mexico   NM-96-X002-00   CITY OF FARMINGTON




New Mexico   NM-96-X003-00   SANTA FE, CITY OF




New Mexico   NM-96-X004      LAS CRUCES, CITY OF
Nevada   NV-77-0001      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WASHOE COUNTY, THE




Nevada   NV-78-X001      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, THE




Nevada   NV-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF




Nevada   NV-86-X002      RENO-SPARKS INDIAN COLONY




Nevada   NV-86-X002-00   RENO-SPARKS INDIAN COLONY




Nevada   NV-96-X001-00   REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN NEVADA, THE




Nevada   NV-96-X002      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION OF WASHOE COUNTY, THE




Nevada   NV-96-X003      CARSON AREA METROPOLITAN PLANNING ORGANIZATION
New York   NY-36-0001   METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-36-0002   METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-56-0001   METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-66-X001   ROCHESTER-GENESEE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-66-X002   NEW YORK, CITY OF (THE)




New York   NY-77-0001   METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-77-0002   CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-86-X001   TRANSPORTATION, NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF
New York   NY-96-X001      CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-96-X002      GLENS FALLS, CITY OF




New York   NY-96-X003-01   TOMPKINS, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-X004      METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-96-X005-00   WESTCHESTER, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-X006      PUTNAM, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-X007      SUFFOLK, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-X008      METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
New York   NY-96-X009      CITY OF LONG BEACH (INC)




New York   NY-96-X010-01   ROCKLAND, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-X011      METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-96-X012-00   HUNTINGTON, TOWN OF




New York   NY-96-X013      DUTCHESS, COUNTY OF (INC)




New York   NY-96-X014-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE




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




New York   NY-96-X016-1    BROOME COUNTY
New York   NY-96-X017-00   NIAGARA FRONTIER TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-96-X019      ROCHESTER-GENESEE REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




New York   NY-96-X020      NEW YORK, CITY OF (THE)




New York   NY-96-X021-00   ULSTER, COUNTY OF




New York   NY-96-x022      COUNTY OF CHEMUNG




New York   NY-96-X023      POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF




New York   NY-96-X024-00   KINGSTON, CITY OF




New York   NY-96-X025-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE
New York   NY-96-X026   COUNTY OF CHEMUNG




New York   NY-96-X027   POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF




Ohio       OH-56-0002   GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio       OH-77-0001   GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio       OH-78-X001   PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Ohio       OH-86-X001   TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF




Ohio       OH-86-X002   TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF




Ohio       OH-86-X003   TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF
Ohio   OH-86-X004      TRANSPORTATION, OHIO DEPARTMENT OF




Ohio   OH-96-X001      BUTLER, COUNTY OF OHIO




Ohio   OH-96-X002      CLERMONT, COUNTY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X003      GREENE COUNTY TRANSIT BOARD




Ohio   OH-96-X004-01   SOUTHWEST OHIO REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X005      GREATER DAYTON REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X006-00   CITY OF SPRINGFIELD




Ohio   OH-96-X009-01   ALLEN COUNTY REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Ohio   OH-96-X010-01   LICKING COUNTY TRANSIT BOARD




Ohio   OH-96-X011-00   NEWARK, CITY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X012      LAWRENCE COUNTY PORT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X013-01   MIDDLETOWN, CITY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X014      METRO REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X015-00   CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X016      WESTERN RESERVE TRANSIT AUTHORITY INC




Ohio   OH-96-X019-01   TOLEDO AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Ohio   OH-96-X020      AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X021-00   SANDUSKY, CITY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X022-01   STEEL VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X023      LORAIN, COUNTY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X024      PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Ohio   OH-96-X025-00   NILES, CITY OF




Ohio   OH-96-X026-00   LAKETRAN




Ohio   OH-96-X027      GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Ohio       OH-96-X028-00   WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF




Ohio       OH-96-X029-00   NEWARK, CITY OF




Ohio       OH-96-X030      GREATER CLEVELAND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Oklahoma   OK-86-X001      CHEYENNE & ARAPAHO TRIBES




Oklahoma   OK-86-X002-00   TRANSPORTATION, OKLAHOMA DEPARTMENT OF




Oklahoma   OK-86-X003-00   CHOCTAW NATION OF OKLAHOMA




Oklahoma   OK-86-X004      SEMINOLE NATION OF OKLAHOMA, THE




Oklahoma   OK-86-X005      MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma   OK-96-X001-01   CITY OF LAWTON




Oklahoma   OK-96-X002-00   UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA




Oklahoma   OK-96-X003      METROPOLITAN TULSA TRANSIT AUTHORITY, INC




Oklahoma   OK-96-X004      CENTRAL OKLAHOMA TRANSPORTATION & PARKING AUTHORITY




Oregon     OR-06-X001      TRANSPORTATION, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF




Oregon     OR-06-X002      TRANSPORTATION, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF




Oregon     OR-66-X001-02   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR




Oregon     OR-66-X005      SMART TRANSIT
Oregon   OR-77-0001      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT




Oregon   OR-77-0002-00   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR




Oregon   OR-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, OREGON DEPARTMENT OF




Oregon   OR-96-X001-02   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT OR




Oregon   OR-96-X002-00   CORVALLIS, CITY OF




Oregon   OR-96-X003      ROGUE VALLEY TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT




Oregon   OR-96-X004-00   BEND, CITY OF




Oregon   OR-96-X005      SALEM AREA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT
Oregon         OR-96-X006      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT




Oregon         OR-96-X007      SMART TRANSIT




Pennsylvania   PA-56-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF




Pennsylvania   PA-56-0002      SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY - SEPTA




Pennsylvania   PA-56-0003      ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT AUTHORITY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-77-0001      RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X002-00   BERKS AREA READING TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X003      LEHIGH AND NORTHAMPTON TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X004-00   CENTRE AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X005      RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X006      LUZERNE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X007      SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY - SEPTA




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X008      ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT AUTHORITY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X009-00   COUNTY OF LEBANON TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X011-00   WESTMORELAND COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X012      CAMBRIA COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X013      BEAVER COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X014-00   FAYETTE, COUNTY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X015-01   ERIE METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X016      COUNTY OF LACKAWANNA TRANSIT SYSTEM




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X017      YORK COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X018      TRANSPORTATION AND MOTOR BUSES FOR PUBLIC USE AUTHORITY (AMTRAN)
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X019      WILLIAMSPORT, CITY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X020-00   BOROUGH OF POTTSTOWN (INC)




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X021      HAZLETON PUBLIC TRANSIT




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X022-01   WASHINGTON, CITY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X023-00   SHARON, CITY OF




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X025      CUMBERLAND-DAUPHIN-HARRISBURG TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Puerto Rico    PR-56-0001      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS




Puerto Rico    PR-86-X001      HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X001   CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X002   MUNICIPIO DE YAUCO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X003   MUNICIPIO DE BARCELONETA




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X004   CAROLINA MUNICIPALITY




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X006   MUNICIPIO DE BAYAMON




Puerto Rico   PR96X007     MUNICIPIO DE TOA BAJA




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X008   GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE JUNCOS




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X009   MUNICIPALITY OF HUMACAO
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X010      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X011      AUTORIDAD METROPOLITANA DE AUTOBUSES




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X012      HATILLO, MUNICIPALITY OF




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X013-00   MUNICIPALITY OF MANATI




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X014      MUNICIPIO DE VEGA BAJA




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X016      AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y TRANSPORTACION




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X017      MUNICIPIO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X018      MUNICIPALITY OF MAYAGUEZ
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X019   MUNICIPIO DE SAN LORENZO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X020   GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE FAJARDO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X021   CAMUY MUNICIPALITY




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X022   MUNICIPIO SAN SEBASTIAN




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X023   MUNICIPALITY OF LARES




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X024   MUNICIPIO DE TOA ALTA




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X025   HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X026   HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X027      GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE CAYEY




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X028      CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X029      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X030      AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y TRANSPORTACION




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X031      GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE AGUADA




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X032      HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X033-00   GURABO,MUNICIPALITY OF




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X034      MUNICIPIO DE VILLALBA
Puerto Rico    PR-96-X035-00   MUNICIPALITY OF VEGA ALTA




Puerto Rico    PR-96-X036-00   MUNICIPALITY OF GUAYNABO




Puerto Rico    PR-96-X037      MUNICIPIO DE DORADO




Rhode Island   RI-56-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION, RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Rhode Island   RI-56-0002      TRANSPORTATION, RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF




Rhode Island   RI-77-0001      RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Rhode Island   RI-86-x001      RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Rhode Island   RI-96-x001      RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC TRANSIT AUTHORITY
Rhode Island     RI-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION, RHODE ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF




South Carolina   SC-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT




South Carolina   SC-86-X002-00   CATAWBA INDIAN NATION




South Carolina   SC-96-X001      ANDERSON, CITY OF




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




South Carolina   SC-96-X003-01   SANTEE-WATEREE RTA (INC)




South Carolina   SC-96-X004-00   GREENVILLE TRANSIT AUTHORITY




South Carolina   SC-96-X005      LOWER SAVANNAH COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS
South Carolina   SC-96-X006-00   SPARTANBURG, CITY OF




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




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




South Carolina   SC-96-X010-00   CENTRAL MIDLANDS REGIONAL TRANSIT




South Carolina   SC-96-X011-00   SPARTANBURG, COUNTY OF




South Carolina   SC-96-X012-00   GREENVILLE TRANSIT AUTHORITY




South Carolina   SC-96-X013      ROCK HILL, CITY OF INC




South Carolina   SC-96-X014      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT
South Dakota   SD-86-X001-01   SOUTH DAKOTA, STATE OF




South Dakota   SD-86-X002      OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE OF PINE RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION




South Dakota   SD-96-X001-00   RAPID CITY, CITY OF




South Dakota   SD-96-X002-01   SIOUX FALLS, CITY OF




Tennessee      TN-66-X001      KNOXVILLEKNOX COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE




Tennessee      TN-66-X002      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee      TN-66-X003      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF




Tennessee      TN-66-X004      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF
Tennessee   TN-66-X005      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-77-0001      CHATTANOOGA AREA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-86-X001-00   TRANSPORTATION, TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF




Tennessee   TN960005        JACKSON TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-96-X001      MEMPHIS AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-96-X002      CHATTANOOGA AREA REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-96-X003      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF




Tennessee   TN-96-X004      CLARKSVILLE TRANSIT SYSTEMS
Tennessee   TN-96-X006-00   FRANKLIN TRANASIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-96-X007-00   JOHNSON CITY, CITY OF




Tennessee   TN-96-X008      KINGSPORT, CITY OF




Tennessee   TN-96-X009-00   SOUTHEAST TENNESSEE HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY




Tennessee   TN-96-X010-00   MURFREESBORO, CITY OF




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




Tennessee   TN-96-X012      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Tennessee   TN-96-X013      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Tennessee   TN-96-X014-00   MORRISTOWN, CITY OF




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




Texas       TX-66-X0004     GREATER EAST END MANAGEMENT DISTRICT




Texas       TX-66-X001-00   ROUND ROCK, CITY OF




Texas       TX-66-X002-00   HARRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO 1




Texas       TX-66-X003      HARRIS COUNTY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO 3




Texas       TX-77-0001      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT




Texas       TX-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF
Texas   TX-86-X002      TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF




Texas   TX-86-X003      TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF




Texas   TX-96-X001-01   LAREDO, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X003-00   DALLAS AREA RAPID TRANSIT




Texas   TX-96-X004-00   LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL




Texas   TX-96-X006-00   MESQUITE, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X007-00   MC ALLEN, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X008      ABILENE, CITY OF
Texas   TX-96-X010-00   HILL COUNTRY TRANSIT DISTRICT




Texas   TX-96-X011      HILL COUNTRY TRANSIT DISTRICT




Texas   TX-96-X012-01   AMARILLO, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X013      CITY OF BROWNSVILLE




Texas   TX-96-X014-00   CONCHO VALLEY TRANSIT DISTRICT




Texas   TX-96-X015-00   GOLDEN CRESCENT REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION




Texas   TX-96-X016-00   WICHITA FALLS, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X017      METROPOLITAN TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS (INC)
Texas   TX-96-X018-00   CITY OF LONGVIEW




Texas   TX-96-x019      CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Texas   TX-96-X020-00   NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS




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




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




Texas   TX-96-X023      MC DONALD TRANSIT IN




Texas   TX-96-X024-01   CAPITAL METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Texas   TX-96-X025-00   TYLER, CITY OF
Texas   TX-96-X026-00   BEAUMONT, CITY OF




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




Texas   TX-96-X028      TEXARKANA, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X029      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT




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




Texas   TX-96-X031-00   WACO, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X032      BRAZOS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Texas   TX-96-X033      DENTON COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Texas   TX-96-X034-00   FORT BEND, COUNTY OF




Texas   TX-96-X035-00   EL PASO, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X036      BRAZOS TRANSIT DISTRICT




Texas   TX-96-X037-00   GALVESTON, CITY OF




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




Texas   TX-96-X039      GULF COAST REGIONAL MENTAL HEALTH-MENTAL RETARDATION CENTER




Texas   TX-96-X040      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF




Texas   TX-96-X041-00   HARRIS, COUNTY OF
Texas      TX-96-X042      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF




Utah       UT-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, UTAH DEPARTMENT OF




Utah       UT-96-X001-00   CACHE VALLEY TRANSIT DISTRICT




Utah       UT-96-X002      UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY (UTA)




Utah       UT-96-X003-00   ST GEORGE CITY GOVERNMENT (INC)




Virginia   VA-66-X001      WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Virginia   VA-66-X003-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT




Virginia   VA-66-X004      TRANSPORTATION DIST COMMISION OF HAMPTON ROADS
Virginia   VA-66-X005-00   OLD DOMINION TRANSIT MANAGEMENT CO




Virginia   VA-77-0001-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT




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




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




Virginia   VA-96-X001      WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Virginia   VA-96-X002-00   OLD DOMINION TRANSIT MANAGEMENT CO




Virginia   VA-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION DIST COMMISION OF HAMPTON ROADS




Virginia   VA-96-X004-00   DANVILLE, CITY OF
Virginia   VA-96-X005      GREATER LYNCHBURG TRANSIT COMPANY




Virginia   VA-96-X006-01   WINCHESTER, CITY OF




Virginia   VA-96-X007      CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE




Virginia   VA-96-X009-00   PRINCE WILLIAM, COUNTY OF




Virginia   VA-96-X010-01   GREATER ROANOKE TRANSIT COMPANY INC




Virginia   VA-96-X011-00   BLACKSBURG, TOWN OF




Virginia   VA-96-x012      CITY OF PETERSBURG




Virginia   VA-96-X013      HARRISONBURG, CITY OF
Virginia         VA-96-X015      BRISTOL, VIRGINIA, CITY OF




Virgin Islands   VI-96-X001-00   GOVERNMENT OF THE VIRGIN ISLANDS




Vermont          VT-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, VERMONT AGENCY OF




Vermont          VT-96-X001      CHITTENDEN COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




Washington       WA-06-X001      TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF




Washington       WA-36-0001      CENTRAL PUGET SOUND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Washington       WA-56-0001      TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF




Washington       WA-66-X001-00   SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA CORP
Washington   WA-66-X002   KING, COUNTY OF




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




Washington   WA-77-0002   CHELAN DOUGLAS PUBLIC BENEFIT AREA, INC




Washington   WA-77-0003   CLARK COUNTY PTBA




Washington   WA-86-X001   TRANSPORTATION, WASHINGTON STATE DEPARTMENT OF




Washington   WA-86-X002   QUINAULT INDIAN NATION




Washington   WA-86-X003   YAKAMA TRIBAL COUNCIL




Washington   WA-86-X004   SPOKANE TRIBE OF INDIANS
Washington   WA-86-X005      KALISPEL TRIBE OF INDIANS




Washington   WA-86-X006      THE TULALIP TRIBES OF WASHINGTON




Washington   WA-96-X001      CENTRAL PUGET SOUND REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Washington   WA-96-X002-00   SEATTLE, CITY OF




Washington   WA-96-X004-00   INTERCITY TRANSIT




Washington   WA-96-X005-01   KING, COUNTY OF




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




Washington   WA-96-X008      CLARK COUNTY PTBA
Washington   WA-96-X009      BEN FRANKLIN TRANSIT




Washington   WA-96-X010-01   SKAGIT TRANSIT SYSTEM




Washington   WA-96-X011      KITSAP COUNTY PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA AUTHORITY




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




Washington   WA-96-X013-00   SPOKANE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT AREA




Washington   WA-96-X014      PIERCE TRANSIT




Washington   WA-96-X016-00   YAKIMA, CITY OF




Washington   WA-96-X017      LONGVIEW, CITY OF
Washington   WA-96-X018      EVERETT, CITY OF




Washington   WA-96-X019      COUNTY OF PIERCE




Washington   WA-96-X020      KING, COUNTY OF




Wisconsin    WI-56-0001-00   MADISON, CITY OF




Wisconsin    WI-77-0002-00   MADISON, CITY OF




Wisconsin    WI-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION, WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF




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




Wisconsin    WI-96-X001-01   CITY OF OSHKOSH
Wisconsin   WI-96-X002      WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X003-00   APPLETON, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X004-00   BELOIT, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X006-00   EAU CLAIRE, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X007      CITY OF FOND DU LAC




Wisconsin   WI-96-X008      GREEN BAY, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X009      JANESVILLE, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X010-00   KENOSHA, CITY OF (INC)
Wisconsin   WI-96-X011-01   MADISON, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X012      MILWAUKEE COUNTY, WISCONSIN




Wisconsin   WI-96-X013-00   ONALASKA, CITY OF

Wisconsin   WI-96-X014-01   OZAUKEE, COUNTY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X015-00   RACINE, CITY OF




Wisconsin   WI-96-X016      SHEBOYGAN, CITY OF (INC)
Wisconsin       WI-96-X017      WAUKESHA, CITY OF

Wisconsin       WI-96-X018-00   WAUSAU, CITY OF




Wisconsin       WI-96-X019-00   LA CROSSE, CITY OF




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




West Virginia   WV-96-X002      OHIO VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




West Virginia   WV-96-X003-00   WEIRTON, CITY OF
West Virginia   WV-96-X004      KANAWHA VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY




West Virginia   WV-96-X005-00   EASTERN PANHANDLE TRANSIT AUTHORITY INC




West Virginia   WV-96-X006      MONONGALIA COUNTY URBAN MASS TRANSIT AUTHORITY




West Virginia   WV-96-X008-00   TRI STATE TRANSIT AUTHORITY




Wyoming         WY-86-X001-02   TRANSPORTATION, WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF
Wyoming   WY-86-X002      JOINT FINANCE OFFICE



Wyoming   WY-96-X001-00   CHEYENNE, CITY OF




Wyoming   WY-96-X002-00   CASPER, CITY OF
e 3rd quarter of 2010 (As Published On www.recovery.gov On 10/30/10)

ulated and reported


es not reflect subsequent changes during the continuous correction period.

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            Manley Hot Springs 997560105            00




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Anchorage    995011671   00




Fairbanks    997012813   00




Anchorage    995012225   00




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Montgomery   361043728   02




Montgomery   361102060   02




Tuscaloosa   354052623   07




Mobile       366022613   01
Montgomery          361043728   02




Huntsville          358014240   05




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Montgomery          361102060   02




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Fort Smith     729012508   03




Hot Springs    719015445   04




Fayetteville   727014821   03




Jonesboro      724012782   01




Pine Bluff     716016838   04




Pago Pago      967990001   98




Phoenix        850031621   04




Goodyear       850031621   04
Phoenix           850073213    04




Fort Defiance     865041330    01




Tucson            857011303    07




Phoenix           850031621    04




Flagstaff         860017303    01




Yuma              853643028    07




Sacramento        958145680    05




Los Angeles County 900122952   34
Los Angeles County 900122952   34




Los Angeles       900122952    34




Stockton          952022620    18




Oakland           946123534    09




Oceanside         920542825    49




Los Angeles       900174101    34




Oakland           946123534    09




Los Angeles       900122952    34
Santa Cruz    950602130   17




Orange        928684506   40




Santa Rosa    954044906   06




Vacaville     956886908   07




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Fairfield     945334836   10




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Los Angeles   900122952   34
Oakland         946122806   09




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Oceanside       920542825   49




Sacramento      958145680   05




Pauma Valley    925902892   49




Susanville      961303628   04




Oakland         946123534   09




Vacaville       956886908   07
Tracy            953764062   11




Oakland          946122806   09




Simi Valley      930632117   24




Oxnard           930306048   23




Long Beach       908133907   37




Thousand Palms   922763501   45




Stockton         952022620   18




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Fresno          937061631   20




Los Angeles     900122952   34




Los Angeles     900123719   34




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Orange          928684506   40




Oceanside       920542825   49




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Hanford         932305979   20
Turlock           953805456   19




Ventura           930035482   24




San Carlos        940702468   12




San Carlos        940702468   12




Fairfield         945334836   10




Livermore         945507318   10




San Luis Obispo   934013249   23




Torrance          905033690   36
San Diego       921014231   53




San Jose        951341906   16




Santa Cruz      950602130   17




Santa Rosa      954032819   06




Manteca         953374302   11




Santa Barbara   931011610   23




Vallejo         945905939   07




Santa Rosa      954044906   06
Concord        945205327   07




Lancaster      935347124   22




Norwalk        906503144   38




Monterey       939405703   17




Culver City    902322703   33




Riverside      925073484   44




Santa Monica   904013324   30




Stockton       952023024   18
Los Angeles   900174101   34




Visalia       932916100   21




Porterville   932573737   21




Gardena       902494150   35




Lodi          952402019   11




Elk Grove     957588045   03




Auburn        956032640   04




Antioch       945097500   10
Santa Maria      934545163   23




Los Angeles      900122952   34




San Bernardino   924112401   43




Sacramento       958166406   05




Hesperia         923458305   41




Lompoc           934366969   24




El Centro        922432839   51




Redding          960012718   02
Pinole            945642659   07




Benicia           945103239   07




Napa              945592951   01




Chico             959288440   02




Santa Clarita     913555316   25




Commerce          900401410   34




Modesto           953540847   18




San Luis Obispo   934017597   23
Claremont       917114719   26




Corona          928822187   44




Riverside       925220002   44




Redondo Beach   902772836   36




Roseville       956782649   04




Montebello      906405057   38




La Mirada       906383028   39




MADERA          936373527   19
Denver         802021662   01




Denver         802021662   01




Boulder        802021662   01




Aurora         802021662   01




Denver         802223406   01




Pueblo         810034201   03




Denver         802021662   01




Fort Collins   805244402   04
Colorado Springs   809034637   05




Whitewater         815012642   03




Greeley            806313863   04




Newington          061114113   01




Newington          061114113   01




Stamford           069012902   04




Bridgeport         066103212   04




Newington          061114113   01
Newington    061114113   01




Norwalk      068544615   04




Bridgeport   066103212   04




Newington    061114113   01




Newington    061114113   01




Washington   200012610   98




Washington   200012610   98




Dover        199014667   00
Dover        199014667   00




Dover        199014667   00




Vienna       221823822   11




Pasadena     911014754   29




Arlington    222016609   08




Arlington    222016609   08




Washington   200117804   98




Washington   200117804   98
Fairfax         220306088   11




Fairfax         220306088   11




Rockville       208504127   08




Rockville       208504127   08




Philadelphia    191031302   02




Philadelphia    191031302   02




                206033208
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA        05




Silver Spring   209103641   04
Jacksonville      322041310   03




Pompano Beach     330642046   23




Miami             331281903   18




Gainesville       326015456   03




Gainesville       326015456   03




Gainesville       326015456   03




Pompano Beach     333011818   20




West Palm Beach   334014705   22
Tallahassee      323996544   02




Pompano Beach    333011818   20




Bradenton        342083928   11




Orlando          328011518   08




St. Petersburg   337161004   10




Bartow           338303760   12




FORT MYERS       339013010   14




Pensacola        325025833   01
Gainesville         326015456   03




St Augustine        320848637   07




Punta Gorda         339481068   16




Tallahassee         323011721   02




Jacksonville        322041310   03




Tampa               336052311   11




Fort Walton Beach   325471285   01




Pompano Beach       330642046   23
South Daytona   321192518   24




Tavares         327783813   08




Vero Beach      329603328   15




Naples          341123969   14




Port Richey     346545598   05




Lakeland        338151312   12




Panama City     325146477   01




Cocoa           329228632   15
Ocala             344712148   06




Fort Pierce       349825632   16




West Palm Beach   334014705   22




Sarasota          342366808   13




Miami             331281903   18




Stuart            349963322   16




Warm Springs      977611169   02




Atlanta           303243311   05
Atlanta         303243311   05




Decatur         303243311   05




Atlanta         303083607   05




McDonough       302536696   03




Marietta        300907000   11




Canton          301142791   06




Lawrenceville   300456935   07




Atlanta         303243311   05
Columbus       319012736   02




Douglasville   301342264   13




Atlanta        303031222   05




Augusta        309014480   10




Savannah       314016263   12




Atlanta        303083607   05




Vienna         221807370   11




Hagatna        969100212   98
Honolulu     968135097   01




Honolulu     968133017   01




AMES         500106915   04




Sioux City   511012221   05




Ames         500108630   04




Ames         500108630   04




Ames         500106915   04




Ames         500106915   04
Des Moines   503094530   03




Sioux City   511012221   05




Dubuque      520014864   01




Bettendorf   527224937   01




Davenport    528011308   01




Meridian     836422611   01




Meridian     836422611   01




Boise        837035879   02
Lapwai          835400365   01




Plummer         838510408   01




Fort Hall       832030306   02




Meridian        836422611   01




Idaho Falls     834025072   02




Lewiston        835011930   01




Meridian        836422611   01




Coeur D Alene   838142988   01
Chicago       606611498   07




Chicago       606615726   07




Chicago       606611498   07




Moline        612651307   17




Springfield   627640001   19




Normal        617613089   15




Springfield   627640001   19




Rockford      611011016   16
Chicago             606611498   07




Chicago             606615726   07




Granite City        620402868   12




Arlington Heights   600054412   06




Normal              617015248   11




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Salina              610722520   16




SPRINGFIELD         627032432   17
Danville       618325758   15




Peoria         616033535   18




Decatur        625231005   17




Bourbonnais    609144229   11




Moline         612651307   17




Chesterton     463043514   01




Lafayette      479041830   04




Indianapolis   462042219   07
Fort Wayne      468082529   03




Fort Wayne      468082529   03




South Bend      466011830   02




Terre Haute     478074923   08




Michigan City   463603265   02




EVANSVILLE      477081833   08




Chesterton      463043514   01




Indianapolis    462224574   07
Bloomington   474033014   09




Lafayette     479041830   04




Kokomo        469014608   02




Gary          464021248   01




Portage       463686409   01




Portage       463686409   01




Columbus      472016774   09




ANDERSON      460161505   06
South Bend   466173039   02




Olathe       660613421   03




Topeka       666033754   02




Mayetta      665098970   02




Olathe       660613421   03




Topeka       666033622   02




Lawrence     660442268   03




Wichita      672021600   04
Lawrence      660442268   03




Topeka        666033622   02




Louisville    402032031   03




Frankfort     406011920   06




Frankfort     406011920   06




Fort Wright   410179657   04




Louisville    402032031   03




Owensboro     423034127   02
Lexington     405081411   06




Ashland       411017663   04




Henderson     424203181   01




New Orleans   701196301   02




Baton Rouge   708024438   06




New Orleans   701196301   02




Gretna        700535850   02




Chalmette     700431611   03
Lafayette       705063543   07




Lake Charles    706014269   07




Alexandria      713018342   05




CHALMETTE       708024438   06




Baton Rouge     708023125   06




Monroe          712017509   05




Houma           703604722   03




Abita Springs   704717506   01
Shreveport     711076613   04




LaPlace        700703034   03




Belle Chasse   700372710   03




GREENFIELD     021081518   09




BOSTON         021081518   09




Boston         021163975   08




Attleboro      027803950   04




Lowell         018523308   05
Framingham    017027133   07




Springfield   011071513   02




Fitchburg     014207266   01




Pittsfield    012015387   01




Worcester     016053905   03




Brockton      023024608   09




New Bedford   027406254   04




Hyannis       026012030   10
Taunton      027803950   04




Gloucester   019301834   06




Amesbury     018357265   05




Boston       021163975   08




Revere       021163975   08




Boston       021163975   08




Lowell       018523308   05




Boston       021163975   08
BOSTON        021081518   09




BOSTON        021081518   09




Lowell        018523308   05




Boston        021163975   08




Springfield   011071513   02




Leominster    014207266   01




Pittsfield    012015387   01




Worcester     016053905   03
Brockton      023024608   09




New Bedford   027406254   04




Hyannis       026012030   10




Taunton       027803950   04




Gloucester    019301834   06




Haverhill     018357265   05




Boston        021163975   08




Boston        021163975   08
Baltimore        212021693   07




Baltimore        212021693   07




Baltimore        212021693   07




Ocean City       212021693   07




Upper Marlboro   212021693   07




Baltimore        212021693   07




Rockland         043300016   01




Sanford          043300016   01
Augusta   043300016   01




Lansing   489331532   08




jackson   492033422   07




Flint     485032878   05




Lansing   489331532   08




Lansing   489331532   08




Lansing   489331532   08




Fulton    490529602   06
Kalamazoo      490073638   06




jackson        492033422   07




Holland        494233262   02




Flint          485032878   05




Grand Rapids   495034005   03




Ann Arbor      481046260   15




Detroit        482071034   13




Bay City       487085488   05
Port Huron      480604155   10




Niles           491202618   06




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             award_description                                                                                               award_amount




             Invest in public transportation throughout the state.                                                                          9083900




             Invest in public transportation by purchasing a public transit vehicle for the Native Village of Manley Hot
             Springs, Alaska. Village Express will provide transportation services to Fairbanks for the Native Villages of
             Manley Hot Springs                                                                                                             140000




             Capital construction for a dock and pier                                                                                       475000




             ?Invest in public transportation by purchasing a public transit vehicle (bus) for the Tetlin Village?.                         120000




             purchase of capital projects such as 4wheel drive vehicle, intermodal shelter, and boat & motor, with project
             management.                                                                                                                    223000




             09 ARRA TTP Vans(3): Rehab Garage                                                                                              115698
This award makes an investment in public 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 facilities at the Talkeena and
Seward Depots; Construction of the Ship Creek Intermodal (Phase 2b); Construction of security fencing at the
Ship Creek Intermodal; Installation of train electrical power at the Seward Depot to eliminate long train idle.     28825268


The Fairbanks North Star Borough is investing in 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 at the Fairbanks Transit Center to make access easier for individuals with
disabilities.                                                                                                        763234




The projects included in this grant provide funding for 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 and facilities
security enhancements exceed the required 1% for transit enhancements significantly.                                5960310




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 17 new compressed natural gas buses and related tools for
repair, rehabilitating a bus maintenance garage, and replacing a bus wash and vacuum cleaning system.               1767770


This grant application is for projects being funded from 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 as
follows: Purchase 5 (Five 30 foot) hybrid electric buses transit buses at $535,000 per bus. Total cost of project
is $2,675,000 Grand Total per TIGGER = $2,675,000 federal funding in the amount of $7,040,547.00 (Capital-
Grant amendment No. 1--This grant amendment adds                                                                    2675000
$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 ALIs are added
for new projects: 30.09.01 Operating Assistance ($1,984,978), 11.13.02 Buy 35-ft Bus for Expansion - Intercity
Bus ($2,977,464),11.13.15 Buy Van for SVC Expansion ($140,772), 11.41.05 Eng/Design ($48,000 +
$36,000), 11.44.05 Rehab/Renovate Yards - Robertsdale ($352,00), 11.43.05 Construct Yards - Fairhope
($289,000), 11.42.01 Acquire Adm. Building - Troy ($143,000), 11.76.94 Real Estate Appraisals - Troy
($3,000). **************************** This is a Phase I Section 5311 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act        19849776




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 timeclocks for
two locations.                                                                                                      1870524




REPLACEMENT/EXPANSION OF ROLLING STOCK, ACQUISITION OF BUS SHELTER AND ACQUISITION
OF RADIOS.                                                                                                          4090571
This grant is for capital projects being funded by the City of Montgomery's Montgomery Area Transit System.         3526918




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 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 an electronic message
board in the transfer station.                                                                                      2439917




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 waiting/transfer
facilities to be used by transt system passengers and operators                                                      856964




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 17 new compressed natural gas buses and related tools for
repair, rehabilitating a bus maintenance garage, and replacingprograms remaining ARRA Sectionsystem.
7/14/2010- Grant Amendment No. 1: Grant amendment no. 1 a bus wash and vacuum cleaning 5307                         8694931
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 for the
acquisition and rehabilitiation of a parking facility for the City of Anniston. The following ALI's have been
incorporated for the Anniston project: 11.44.05 Anniston - Rehab/Renovate - $190,000 11.41.05 Anniston -
Engineer/Design - $40,000 11.76.91 Anniston - Real Estate Acquisition - $175,000 11.76.93 Anniston - Real
Estate Demolition - $75,000 11.71.04 Anniston - constr. Mgt (Third Party) - $50,000 All remaining grant
components remain unchanged. *************************** This is a FY 2009 American Recovery and                    5057095

ARRA funds will be used to purchase 126 replacement buses for transit providers throughout the State of
Arkansas. In addition, transit providers will receive funding for ADP hardware and software; support vehicles
and equipment; construction or rehabilitation of maintenance facilities, administrative facilities, and park and
ride lots; and for the performance of preventive maintenance. To invest in transportation, environmental
protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits.Our expectations are that the
above mentioned expenditures will enhance public transportation, retain existing jobs for Arkansas providers,
enable contractors to retain and maybe create new jobs within their companies, in the state of Arkansas.            15139150




Capital Assistance for Transit Projects.                                                                            5434699




This is part of the transit infrastructure renewal and job creation programs. We have retired / replaced 5
buses. We have replaced / retired our obsolete mini-vans. We are installing a number of bus shelters as
passenger amenities. We are adding an on-line transit control system - AVL/MDT. And we now are spending
the money that was converted to Operations.                                                                         1541764
Investment in public transportation by 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 equpment for transit buildings and buses, purchase mobile
data terminals and renovate the administrative and maintenance buildings.                                         1845928




The purpose of this grant is to invest in the public transportation by purchasing two new buses and seven bike
racks for the City of Hot Springs, Arkansas. The grant will also fund maintenance on existing buses already in
stock and replace three engines in three existing buses to improve the efficiency and reduce the carbon
footprint of those buses.                                                                                         744481




Invest in public transportation to include three new 40 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 shelter.        1261444




Jonesboro Economical Transportation System (JETS) will invest in public transportation by constructing a
new Administration/Maintenance complex to facilitate our operations.                                              778925




Purchase 3 <30 ft standard diesel buses                                                                           967502




This ARRA-Transit Capital Assistance Grant will be used to purchase a handicapped van for the Vocational
Rehabilitation Division; to construct a ferry shelter in Fagatogo; and for state administration costs.            341099

Construct a bus only crossover lane through the SR-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 Street Transportation
and Public Transit departments evaluated the two options from the Stage I Alternative Development and
Evaluation (design). A selection was made and the final design has begun, scheduled for completion in
November 2010.                                                                                                    640070




Evaluate sites for a Park & Ride Structure in the City Center Area, complete an environmental assessment
and preliminary design. 400 space park-and-ride located at Dysart and I-10 (Phase I). Project includes land
acquisition, design and construction.                                                                             1047382
'The purchase of 40 vehicles by 15 agencies, 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 formula and
ARRA funding. Both projects were already in the process of being built when the ARRA funding became
available. The City of Show Low is expanding their currently facility to accommodate more vehicles due to
the start of an intercity service. Additionally, they are building bus shelters on the property to shelter the
vehicles from winter weather. Modular administration buildings for the Navajo Nation, Kingman and Lake
Havasu City will be built to house administration staff and drivers. Bus storage lots with shelters for Bullhead      14172654




Navajo Transit Admin/Maintenance Facility                                                                             2200000




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
administration building is also part of phase III.                                                                    16022390




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 funds.                                                                      66074735




 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 maintenance service on revenue fleet vehicles                        1227303




Motor Bus/Demand Response vehicles and related equipment                                                              2429787




The grant will fund a variety of transit capital projects in all 58 California counties. Projects include vehicles,
bus and intermodal terminals, fare collection systems, security equipment, information signage, construction
and renovation of maintenance                                                                                         1977134




Invest in public transportation with the construction of the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension. The project
openned in November 2009. The project is also funded with other funding sources. No new expenditures
were incurred in this reporting period (September 2010).                                                              66740000
Invest in public transportation with the construction of the Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension. The project is
scheduled to start November 2009. The project is also funded with other funding sources. Number of
payments to vendors less than $25,000/award was previously reported as 16. The correct number is 39.                 66740000




Invest in public transportation by replacing aging traction power substations and associated electrical support
systems located along the light rail Metro Blue Line Right Of Way and the Metro Blue Line Yard.                      8185197




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 locomotives.         2954552




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 riding experience.                                                         48263671




Invest in public transportation by replacing or renewing railroad right-of-way infrastructure components,
including at-grade crossings, turn-outs, crossties, track structure, and signal and communication system
components along the coastal right-of-way.                                                                            861850




Invest in public transportation for partial funding for Positive Train Control system (PTC) on the Southern
California Regional Rail Authority's (SCRRA) Metrolink commuter train system, in Los Angeles, Orange,
Riverside, San Bernardino, and San Diego Counties.                                                                   1817887




The purpose of this grant is to fund BART's Preventive Maintenance Program. BART is a heavy rail operator
in the San Francisco Bay Area, serving four counties through 43 stations and 350,000 average weekday trips.          5856326




Invest in public transportation by installing canopies at the Metro Red Line escalator entrances.                    6770224
Invest in public transportation infrastructure to purchase 2 replacement and 1 service expansion paratransit
vans for University of California Santa Cruz use for disabled student transportation. Current vans are
outdated, and an additional van is needed to meet ADA standards for serving the target population.                  125000


This grant will utilize $500,000 in ARRA Surface 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 is a categorical
exclusion under NEPA, and is included in the 2008 FTIP in Amendment #15 approved on June 2, 2009
(ORA081501).                                                                                                        500000


Invest in public transportation. These funds will 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 12 year useful life by 2010. The 1998 bus will be replaced with a 40-foot, low floor Gasoline Hybrid Electric
Bus (GHEB) fixed route, urban public transit bus. This bus will be procured in accordance with FTA`s
Procurement Requirements. The bus will meet the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards and the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.                                                                                312865




Purchase electronic fareboxes for fixed route bus fleet vehicles. Electronic fareboxes will be compatible with
electronic farebox systems throughouth the Bay Area - creating a more seamless fare payment system for
bus patrons throughout the Bay Area.                                                                                115330




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 such a time as the second phase is complete.                       439212


Invest in public transportation Projects 1. Purchases 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 accurately
determine boardings/alightings, these boxes will also add an extra level of security in cash handling. Project is
in Grant CA-96-X023                                                                                                 172340




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, and San Diego Counties.                                          1323675




Invest in public transportation by installing wayside energy storage substation at the Westlake passenger
station on the high-speed heavy rail subway Red Line.                                                               4466000
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. 14th Street, Oakland, CA.                                                      6400000




FTA - Transit Investment in Greenhouse Gas and 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 provide shade to the
City's existing bus fleet.                                                                                            4620000




Invest in public transportation by installing solar power generation equipment throughout the service area; and
installing LED lights and plug-in recharging stations for hybrid vehicles in parking lots.                            2000000




The grant will fund a variety of transit capital projects in all 58 California counties. Projects include vehicles,
bus and intermodal terminals, fare collection systems, security equipment, information signage, construction
and renovation of maintenance                                                                                         33963166




Invest in Public Transportation                                                                                       1125000




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
vehicle maintenance.                                                                                                   327174




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 riding experience.                                                          34076619

Purchase 10 new, New Flyer, low-floor, Compressed Natural Gas, 30 passenger transit buses to replace
aging diesel fleet transit buses. Construct a bus Intermodal Transportation center called the Vacaville
Transportation Center. Phase 1 of this bus Intermodal station will have 10 bus bays to accommodate both
local Vacaville bus routes as well as regional bus routes, commuter parking stalls for 200 cars, parking for
commuter vans, public restrooms, bike lockers, clock tower, LED lighting throughout, Solar Photo Voltaic
system to offset 100% of facility electrical consumption, 5 bus passenger shelters and pedestrian access
paths throughout.                                                                                                     2217074
Invest in public transportation by imrpovement of bus 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 safer
environment for passengers to wait for the bus. Contra Costa Transit's (AC Transit) Preventive Maintenance
Sustain mass transit service by funding Alameda                                                                    1711239
($29,179,377), and AC Transit/Bay Area Rapid Transit jointly funded Complementary Paratransit Service
(East Bay Paratransit): ($3,242,152), financed by American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Funds
appropriated through the Federal Transit Administration Urbanized Area Program (Section 5307; 49 CFR).
The purpose of this program is to sustain mass transit and paratransit operations in the AC Transit service
area and to preserve critical jobs to ensure service can be maintained at existing levels. AC Transit was
previously approved to receive $25,738,903 In ARRA funding for this project This grant was recently
amended for an additional $6,682,626 ($6,014,364 for Preventive Maintenance and $668,262 for
Fiscal Year 2009 Transportation Enhancement projects eligible for funding under the Federal period. The
Complimentary Paratransit Service), which is included in, and being reported on, in this reportAmerican            32421529
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 amenities, at 188 bus stop locations throughout
the City, will be replaced. 2) PURCHASE OF THREE REPLACEMENT 40-FT BUSES ($1,380,000) - Like-
kind replacements for Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses that will have met their useful service life by the
time of replacement by accumulating in excess of 568,000 miles each. The replacement vehicles will be low-
floor, 40-ft New Flyer buses that will have an expected service life of 12 years or an accumulation of at least
500,000 miles. These buses will meet the Clean Air Act Standards (CAA) and the Americans with Disabilities         3039749


Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 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 and provide service to
passengers with disabilities and seniors; install bus stop shelters and enhanced information at bus stops; and
rehab and renovate administration/maintenance facility.
On June 25th 2009, Long Beach Transit was awarded $16,497,214 in American Recovery and Reinvestment                7590980
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 public
transportation through Bus Capital and Bus Stop Amenities projects. The Bus Capital project includes the
purchase of bus components, computer/ safety and security equipment, support vehicle replacement and
facility improvements. The Bus Stop Amenities project consists of the purchase and replacement of benches,
shelters, trash receptacles, signs, lighting, landscaping, artwork, and will also provide and maintain American
with Disabilities Act compliant amenities for persons with disabilities.
Invested in public transportation by purchasing 51 bus shelters for installation throughout SunLine's service      16497214
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 passengers as
they wait for the buses to travel to and from various destinationsand locations in the Coachella Valley. The
additional bus shelters will allow SunLine to continue improving and enhancing its transit amenities program.
By rehabilitating the existing bus maintenance facility, the Agency will be able to upgrade and increase
capacity of the facility to enable the Maintenance staff work on more than two buses at a time. Furthermore,
installing ITS technology on all fixed route and demand response, SunLine will be able to install equipment        4714391




The project is to construct track of fthe UPRR mainline south of the BNSF crossing. This will give trains the
Invest in public transportation by: tracdk to let other trians pass.
ability to chamber off the mainline1) purchasing three (3) new electric buses and constructing the charging        3096001
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 -
replace windows with energy-efficient and seismically tolerant windows. Replace two (2) elevators with
associated equipment to be more reliable and affording a higher level of building security and access control.
4) Construct water saving bus wash facilities at the Pomona and Arcadia operations and maintenance
facilities which will have a positive environmental impact. 5) Install wheel polishers at each maintenance
facility which will help prevent oxidation of the rims which can camouflage cracks and defects that can be         21364202
Invest in public transportation by purchasing two 40' 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
locations (shelters, benches, etc.) and renovating or installing new bus stop locations; and by funding a portion
of the Department's preventive maintenance expenses in FY2010, and a portion of the Department's operating
expenses in FY2011.                                                                                                  12062685




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 systems, and electrification of CNG compressions.                                  225154824

This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula 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
approximately sixteen (possibly seventeen) 40-foot standard floor coaches that are expected to have an
expected useful life of 12 years or 500,000 miles. The vehicles that will be replaced have either met or
exceeded their useful life of 12 years. A Federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. The buses purchased through this
grant will comply with both the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards as well as with the requirements of the
Americans with transportation by rehabilitating light rail vehicles; engaging in preventive maintenance activities
Invest in public Disabilities Act (ADA).                                                                              8022665
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 detection and response,
and voice communications with transit operators; replacing the inductive loop cable in the subway; procuring a
customized software application for capital planning and grant management; procuring new personal
computers for the bus yards; replacing a sales kiosk for cable car fares; replacing change machines in the
subway system; replacing track switches for light rail vehicles; providing operating assistance; replacing the
SFMTA's existing subway fare collection system with a new fare collection system; and engaging in                    85467854

This grant will use $76,802,235 in ARRA funds allocated to the Orange County Transportation Authority for
the following: Preventive Maintenance for $47,585,940 Capital Cost of Contracting for $21,071,657 Fixed
Route Operating Assistance for $7,680,224 Fall Protection Systems at Bus Maintenance Bases for $315,817
Joint Sealant Replacement at Irvine Bus Maintenance Base for $148,597 These grant activities are a
categorical exclusion under NEPA, and are included in the 2008 FTIP in Amendment #14, Amendment #12
and Amendment #20, which were approved on April 22, 2009, April 30, 2009, and October 8, 2009,
respectively.                                                                                                        76802235


Invest in public transportation by enhancing and 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, signal and
communication system components; performing preventive maintenance on vehicles and facilities; and
providing operating assistance.                                                                                      10739815




Purchase of six buses to replace six older worn out transit buses that have exceeded their useful life cycles.
Amendment has been approved to utilize up to 10% of funds for operations.                                             2334069




This grant will fund the procurement of three 35' replacement CNG buses and 225 ITS Vanpool Data mobile
terminals. As a result of these funds, the agency's bus manufacturer and ITS developer building these capital
items was able to continue to employ 15 manufacturing jobs consisting of wielders, component installers,
electricians, and IT personnel. In addition, the agency was able to retain one administrative staff position for
project support and oversight.                                                                                        1468346
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
position for project support and oversight.                                                                         1559585




Invest in public transportation to purchase diesel vans and compressed natural gas buses to replace existing
vans and buses.                                                                                                     1930514




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new replacement buses, providing paratransit service to persons
with disabilities, and performing preventive maintenance on the existing bus fleet. On July 15, 2010, a budget
revision was approved to transfer cost savings from the 40-foot bus project to a new project to install
particulate matter traps on paratransit vehicles that will reduce the amount of air pollutants in engine exhaust.   9923640


Invest in public transportation by maintaining the 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 previously reported, the
funds in this grant for this project were moved to other projects through a budget revision and grant
amendment. The bridges project will be completed with other funding.                                                11962776




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. Purchase/Replace transit coaches that are at the end of their useful life 4. Purchases
Livermore Amador will enhance Authority (LAVTA) will use stimulus for performaance the Federal Transit
new fareboxes that Valley Transitfare handling and provide better datafunds allocated by reporting                  3923469
Administration (FTA) for the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009 - Transit Capital
Assistance, in order to provide an investment in public transportation and stimulate the economy by the
preservation and creation of jobs which will result in long-term economic benefits. The total amount
apportioned is $3,781,265. A portion of the ARRA funds will be used for rehabilitation and repair projects.
This is a set of approximately 14 capital projects that collectively would replace and/or repair worn out
equipment and/or facilities, improve energy efficiency, improve employee and passenger security, and
enhance office productivity. Another portion of the ARRA funds will be used for preventive maintenance
activities. Preventive maintenance is a schedule of planned maintenance actions aimed at the prevention of
2008-2009 ARRA CAPITAL PROJECTS -Invest in Public Transportation                                                    3781265
1-AUTOMATIC VEHICLE LOCATOR (AVL) PASSENGER ACCESS SYSTEM-$405,000 This project will
replace SLO Transits Efficient Deployment of Advanced Public Transportation Systems (EDAPTS) as our bus
information and locator system. The system was over eight years old and performed intermittently due to age,
outdated equipment and limited maintenance support. This project will install Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL)
fixed end equipment, software (including covert alarms), activate an internet passenger access (Otvia) system
including real time bus locator, and will upgrade existing EDAPTS signs and equipment to integrate with the
new system. The project will also retrofit six (6) older vehicles with new AVL DR600 units. Since 2007, nine (9)
new SLO Transit vehicles include equipment manufactured by Digital Recorders Inc-(DRI) (DR600) and this             1023660




Investment in public transportation by purchasing seven (7) new hybrid gasoline-electric buses that will
replace seven (7) diesel powered buses that are approaching 18 years in age.                                        4522269
This initial grant applies the 2009 ARRA formula allocation 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 station, all
located in San Diego County); Blue Line rail upgrade at $44,560,000 (rehab/ modifications to include installing
crossovers, reconstructing stations with higher platforms, reconstructing tracks, improving track signaling, etc.
to support new low floor vehicle operations in San Diego County) additional funding for this project is in grant
CA56-0009; and, the railroad trestle bridge replacement at $12,000,000 (located on the San Mateo Creek, part
of the LOSSAN Amtrak, BNSF, Metrolink corridor in San Diego County, the construction and replacement of             70059569




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 wheelchair access
improvements.                                                                                                       59756468




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 dispatching, payroll and customer service features.                                 4909939




09 ARRA REPLACE BUSES & PM: This grant is for preventive maintenance (PM) activities for Sonoma
County Transit's fixed-route system, and for the replacement of three (3) compressed natural gas (CNG) 40-
foot buses in Sonoma County Transit's fixed-route fleet.                                                            2403205




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 install bus stop
passenger amenities.                                                                                                1299009




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, new service vehicles, and ticket vending machines
with related equipment and software. :
An Investment in Public Transportation                                                                              4314864
#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 and ferry system in the Region, Vallejo Transit runs
114,898 trips per year on a bus network of seven (7) local, two (2) express and one ferry supplemental fixed
route. Service are provided weekdays from 4:45 a.m. to 11:45 p.m., Saturday service is provided from 5:53
a.m. to 11.19 p.m., Sunday service is provided from 7:35 a.m. to 9:48 p.m.. Vallejo Baylink, the ferry service
between Vallejo and San Francisco, operates seven days a week. The City?s paratransit service, RunAbout,            9621790




Invest in public transportation by providing funds for assistance to transit operating, preventative maintenance
of buses, Americans with Disabilities Act 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
balance of the funds necessary to fully fund the purchase of the two hybrid buses.                                  5272382
Invest in public transportation by performing preventative maintenance on existing buses.                         5372992




Invest in public transportation by 1) purchasing eleven (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 anticipated
delivery is approximately mid November. 6) Various transit enhancement activities.                                10206069




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 from ARRA FTA Grant #CA-96-X039.                            2284189




Monterey-Salinas Transit Capitalized Preventive Maintenance;Lease (46) 40-Ft Buses, Acquire Mobile Fare
Coll Equip.                                                                                                       7658196


There are three major projects for FTA Grant CA-96-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 Culver City.
Rennovate/Rehab Pedestrian Walkway - this project will provide pedestrian pathways connecting from bus to
the EXPO light rail station.                                                                                      3580109




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 operations
and transit enhancements.                                                                                         17465036




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 Monica, CA.                                                                 14266151

This grant, CA-96-X045, will provide funds for 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; Capital tire lease; Passenger
amenities and transit enhancements; Development of the BRT Phase II- Airport Way Corridor that include
environmental and preliminary eng/design; and, Safety and security equipment related to bus and bus
facilities.                                                                                                       6941181
Invest in public transportation for 1) Improve Keller 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 on
Ventura County; 6) Rehab Signal on Ventura County; 7) Rehab Rail Track on San Bernardino County; 8)
Purchase Rail Equipment; 9) Improve System Communication on SCRRA's Metrolink commuter train system
in Riverside County; 10) Pay Operating Insurance Premiums.                                                       24958045




Invest in public transportation by expanding the current Transit Center to serve the needs of the community.     2668930




Invest in public transportation by purchasing three (3) new compressed natural gas (CNG) transit buses, and
rehabilitating a City Maintenance Shop to provide upgrades necessitated by the City's conversion to CNG
vehicles.                                                                                                        1301660




Transit Capital - Bus Replacement of 6 Hybrid Gasoline-Electric buses.                                           3584821




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
Operations/Maintenance Facility.                                                                                 2054603




Award of eight CNG 40' Replacement buses                                                                         4000000




Purchase of two commuter buses and 2 fixed route buses                                                           1285000




Capitalized Preventive Maintenance, Information Technology Equipment Replacement, Replace Support
Vehicles, Renovate Yards, Acquire Shop Equipment.                                                                5118120
The City of Santa Maria was awarded funding for the 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.                                                                         2548940




Invest in public transportation by providing transit enhancements such as public art, signage and wayfinding
improvements to bus stations and local bus stop transfer/interface areas.                                            1030644




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 information system to help better manage the agency.                                20708588




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, and providing bus, light rail, and ADA transit service.                      23473880




Invest in public transportation through construction of a new administrative, operations, and maintenance
facility and the capital cost of contracting for the purchase of transportation services.                            3413070




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                                         1342268




investment in public transportation through the design engineering and construction of a transit transfer
terminal in the downtown area of the City of El Centro                                                               1221911




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
vehicles in efficient operation.                                                                                     1670987
Preventative Maintenance - Our estimated operating budget, as defined by NTD Reporting System (NTD), for
FY08/09 is $7,978,900. Estimated Preventative Maintenance (PM) costs in the operating budget for
equipment and facilities is $1,240,000 less $0 for warranty recovery leaving $1,240,000 available for federal
participation at the 100/0 rate. this grant will apply federal funds of $464,962 to this allowable share. These
grant activities are a categorical exclusion under NEPA. Preventative Maintenance - Our estimated operating
budget, as defined by NTD Reporting System (NTD), for FY09/10 is $7,700,900. Estimated Preventative
Maintenance (PM) costs in the operating budget for equipment and facilities is $1,330,000 less $0 for warranty
recovery leaving $1,330,000 available for federal participation at the 100/0 rate. this grant will apply federal
funds ofStation Upgrade: allowable share for the period (Julyupgrade located at the Corporation Yard in
Fueling $403,822 to this This project is for a fueling station 1 09 - June 30th 2010). These grant activities        958874
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 stations are
required to have a full coverage roof over the fuel pumps to reduce the chance that spilled or dripped vehicle
fluids are mixed with rainwater. This project has been completed.
Replacement of 9 Bus Shelters: This project is to replace 9 exhisting bus shelters located around the City of
Benicia. These shelters have exceeded their useful life, most are badly in need of repairs, and all of our
current shelters have excessive amounts of graffiti that is unable tot be removed as the grafitti is 'etched' into   132000




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 incorporated into the design.                                                 3501039




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 $87,831.             1813957




FTA Capital Assistance. The award will be used to 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 FareBox Expansion, and On-
Board Camera Upgrade to City Bus Fleet Program.                                                                      5125864
The first part of the ARRA grant is the purchase of one (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 NOx and PM.
This vehicle was ordered in August 2009 and scheduled for delivery the week of August 21st, 2010. The
second part of the ARRA grant is for the purchase of transit monitoring software. This software will automate
National Transit Database (NTD) reporting. The software will result in more precise data being submitted to
the FTA in a more timely manner.                                                                                     581682




To invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits. To stabilize local
government budgets in order to avoid reductions in essential transit services.                                       5586606




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 improving transit
center.                                                                                                              1235580
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new replacement paratransit vehicles.                                 124748




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
the convenience of our patrons.
RIV090121 AUTOMATED FAREBOX SYSTEM The City of Riverside has requested ARRA funds to purchase                       600000
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 with Transtrack
leading to better performance monitoring. The city is experiencing issues with having to handle cash and
punch cards. Passengers currently purchase punch cards or tickets via mail or physically travelling to city
offices. Many times drivers do not get the chance to count the fare to make sure it is exact change which
results in discrepancies. Utilizing an automated farebox system, the City will be able to count fares more
accurately and efficiently. Currently 80,000 (or 50%) of passengers pay by cash or punch card. The other 50%
Invest in public transportation by purchasing replacement transit vehicles and implementing bus stop                700000
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 3)
implement bus stop improvements throughout the City of Redondo Beach, which will include replacing the old
concrete and terracotta bus benches with new, more durable and aesthetically pleasing corrosion resistant
steel construction benches, replacing pre-existing bus stop sign poles with new standard rail poles, replacing
bus stop signs with new high-visibility reflective signs, and replacing old and deteriorated or missing trash
receptacles with new metal vandal resistant receptacles.                                                            727900




Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating five (5) 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 maintaiing jobs and promoting economic recovery in the vehicle manufacturing and
construction industry.
Invest in public transportation through four transit capital projects for the City of Montebello, Montebello Bus    1350000
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 station
would be constructed to allow fueling of the City?s new fleet of 20 CNG buses. The facility would have up to
four 3,600 psi fueling stations. The fueling stations would be next to the existing gasoline and diesel fueling
islands. 3. Customer Information System Project ? this system would provide real-time customer information
(schedules and bus arrival times) via changeable message signs at bus shelters and stops, Internet access,
and to cell phones and PDAs. 4. Transit Maintenance Facility Improvements ? overhead natural gas lines in           6005000




Invest in public transportation by replacing a vehicle lift, making vehicle security improvements through
purchase of cameras and recorders, and the purchase of equipment for use in fleet maintenance.                      174487




The City will purchase approx. 8 new cutaway buses that meet the Clean Air Act standrads 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-route and dial-a-ride fleet.                                                          1182667
Invest in public transportation by purchasing 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 performance mesaurements and
implementations of schedule adjustments in order to meet service demands and improve efficiency.                         753399




Invest in public transportation by design & construction of a bus bay area in the lower levels of Denver Union
Station (DUS). Other DUS improvements include: the extension of the Sixteenth St. Mall and relocation of the
LRT Boarding area plus the construction of additional tracks for the Commuter Trains. The DUS will be the
future hub for many transportation modes in the Denver metro area.                                                      18600000




Invest in public transportation by improving the heating 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 will stage
the boilers based on demand loading rather then outside temperature.                                                     325000




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 outside temperature.                                                                  770000




Invest in public transportation through building a fleet maintenance facility, purchasing new or replacement
vehicles, providing some operating and or capital assistance to various grantees around Colorado.                       12492195




Purchase of five (5) ADA buses (2-35', 3-40' and 1-35' hybrid bus) for replacement. Ten percent, $239,031,
has been approved by FTA for operating expenditures.                                                                    2390313


Invest in public transportation by performing 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 public transportation by repairing
and increasing life expectancy of various facilities throughout the district and upgrading computer systems.
2009 investments in public transportation are for the Denver Union Station This grant applies $3,302,563 of
LastlyTransit Capital Assistance Grants - Urbanized Area Funding Program.and the West Corridor.                         72092176
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 ($2,433,792). The
buses have an expected useful life of 12 years each and all meet the Clean Air Act (CAA)standards and the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. We are able to operate and maintain these replacement
vehicles. The City of Loveland, via pass-thru funding from the grantee, the City of Fort Collins, will replace
one of its older model Thomas buses that is beyond its useful life of 12 years with a Gillig 35' Low Floor Diesel
bus with an expected useful life of 12 years ($357,577). The City of Loveland will also add the same                    3403060
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 help fund the construction of a new contractor facility.                                        8788893
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 safety requirements, and
provide necessary equipment, facilities, and room for maintenance activities. The facility will include three
maintenance bays, a wash bay, and a lube bay. It will also include a breakroom, tool storage, fleet parts
storage, and oil storage. All soft costs, development, furnishings, and equipment will be purchased using
other funds. Total estimated cost is $2,500,000.                                                                      1538694


An investment in public transportation by successfully completing the following projects: Replacement of
three 30' Transit Coaches Replacement Paratransit Van Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) System Onboard
Security Monitoring System Bus Wash Replacement Fire Sprinkler System Fuel Bay Relocation Bus Safety
Railing Retrofits for 13 buses Bus Stop Access Improvements GET Bus Fleet Marketing Bus Stop Lighting
Improvements Transfer Center & Bus Stop Signage Improvements Transit system operations reimbursement
to offset Transit Division budget reductions: $200,000 towards 2010-2011 budgets. -American Recovery and
This ARRA grant provides $493,947 of Section 5309 Fixed Guideway Modernization                                        2010332
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds for the replacement of one 45-ft commuter express over the road coach bus
operating in the Hartford region along the I-84 HOV lane between Hartford and Vernon. The anticipated unit
cost per bus is $525,000. This grant will not fully fund the replacement of one bus. The balance of funding
required will be provided through a separate grant application under Section 5307 urban formula ARRA funds.
The total commuter express acquisition is expected to be 33 45' coach buses. The additional funding
necessary for the total replacement will be Section 5307 urban formula ARRA funds. The total anticipated
replacement cost for 33 45' buses is $17,325,000. The Request For Proposals for the bus procurement was
This 2009 on March 30, 2009. The Department Act grant constitutes an investment in Connecticut's
advertised American Recovery and Reinvestmentwill be procuring a 12 year heavy duty 45' high floor public              493947
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 Control (CTC) signalization
project for a total ARRA grant funding in the amount of $31,536,449. The total project cost for the CCO Shop
is approximately $406 million. The total cost for the Danbury CTC is approximately $52 million. Further
information is as follows: 1) NHL CCO Shop - the NHL provides commuter rail service between New York City
and New Haven, along the densely populated coastline of Connecticut and New York. The CCO shop will
providea request for $2,800,000 servicing and maintenance functions, including lifts, cranes and back shops
This is for a complete range of in Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula American Recovery and                          31536449
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
transit facilities including Amtrak, regional rail, CT Transit commuter bus, bicycle/pedestrian pathways,
Intelligent Transportation System, and HOV facilities. ARRA funds will be used to accelerate construction of a
minimum operable segment (MOS) of the next phase continuing from Elm Street and going north along Myrtle
Avenue. The MOS will begin at the Elm Street/ Myrtle Avenue/ Jefferson Street intersection and extend
Investment in 750 feet north on Myrtle Avenue. This segment includes Right of Way acquisition and in
approximately public transportation. Under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)of four (4) full          2800000
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 an 11%
improvement in fuel economy and an 80% reduction in diesel particulate matter using new diesel particulate
filters.The contract has been awarded to Cummins Power Systems, LLC in Rocky Hill, and is expected to
create/retain seven jobs in Connecticut (15,000 payroll hours) with additional employment created throughout
the country. The project commenced in August 2009 and is expected to complete by December 2010 as two
The FY2010 ARRA TIGGER award of repowering process.
buses at a time are cycled throguh the $7,000,000 for the two projects under this grant are for the upgrade of         350000
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
CTTRANSIT brand name. In all eight of these service areas the state is fully responsible for all operating
deficits and capital costs. The CTTRANSIT-branded services carry about 80% of the annual statewide bus
ridership. The state owns all the rolling stock that provides CTTRANSIT services, as well as bus storage and
maintenance facilities in Hartford, New Haven and Stamford. ConnDOT conducts all vehicle procurements for
the system. Hybrid Bus Project Scope: The CTTRANSIT bus system has operated two hybrid buses since                    7000000
This 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) grant provides 100% Federal Section 5311
Nonurbanized Area Formula allocation funding in the amount of $2,308,800 and constitutes an investment in
Connecticut's public transportation infrastructure by effecting the following capital improvements listed as
follows: $1,920,000 (100% federal funds) for bus replacements. One 30' bus, with associated spare parts, will
be purchased for $375.000 for rural services in the Middletown, CT service area. The bus has an expected
useful life of twelve years. Funding in the amount of $1,545,000 will be used for the replacement of 23 <30'
buses for services in the Estuary Transit District, Northeastern Connecticut Transit District, Northwestern
Connecticut Transit District and the Windham Region Transit District rural service areas. These buses have
an expected life of 4 years. The buses being replaced have all met their useful lives. A Federal participation         2308080




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 furniture. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and in
Investment in public transportation. Under the                                                                         1500000
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 an 11%
improvement in fuel economy and an 80% reduction in diesel particulate matter using new diesel particulate
filters.The contract has been awarded to Cummins Power Systems, LLC in Rocky Hill, and is expected to
create/retain seven jobs in Connecticut (15,000 payroll hours) with additional employment created throughout
the country. The project commenced in August 2009 and is expected to complete by December 2010 as two
buses at a time are cycled throguh theby FTA Region I for an amendment of $237,778. The total of
On 3/3/2010, this grant was approved repowering process.                                                               2800000
$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' buses with up to 106
potential hybrid upgrades; and 2) Statewide Park and Ride Lot Improvements to 9 state-owned lots in need of
improvements. $66,636,473 will be devoted to the replacement of 136 buses with up to 106 potential hybrid
upgrades, of which the number of hybrid buses will be determined by the proces offered by manufacturers
during the procurement process and the availability of proven hybrid technology for each type and size of bus.
The replacement grant provides for the following major capital improvementsNew Haven,grantStamford and
This 2009 ARRA buses will be operating on all CTTransit routes in Hartford, with a total and value of                 68874251
$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 New Haven Rail Line Yard
Component Change Out Shop (CCO); and 4) $25,000,000 ARRA funds for the Danbury Branch Centralized
Train Control Signalization (CTC) Project. The total CCO project cost is approximately $406 million. The
total project cost for the Danbury CTC project is approximately $52 million. The information for the projects
in this grant is as follows: 1) The NHL Station Improvement Project will undertake major and minor capital
improvements to the theNHL stations Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to invest in public transportation by: -
This award will allow 19 Washington and 17 branch line stations. The project will address needed                      43791192
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 responding to
MetroRail emergencies. - Expanding WMATA's chemical sensor detection system. - Upgrading fare vending
machines. - Fabricating and installing a new Metro Sales Center, which will include upgraded security. -
Purchasing prime movers to be used as utility trains to perform snow removal, rail deicing, and the
replacement/repair of track. These projects meet the goals of the statute; including preserving or creating
jobs,Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authoritypurchases, retrofitting existing facilities and will invest in
The contributing to our environment through green (Metro) Capital Transit Recovery Act grant helping ease             17749826
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. - Replacement of utility vehicles. -
Expansion and rehabilitation of bus garage facilities and bus shops. - Replacement of the SE Bus Garage with
a new facility at DC Village. - Metrorail track maintenance involving the repair of approximately 500 Flash Butt
welds. These flash butt welds allow track to expand and contract during extreme hot or cold conditions. This
reduces the occurrence of track buckling and track separation caused by extreme temperatures, and reduces
The project focuses on - Upgrade Delaware Transit Corporation facilities with solar panels, which generate
delays and shutdowns. retrofitting of Rhode Island Ave, Union Station, and Judiciary Square Stations Metrorail        184083396
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 modules,
then converted from direct current (DC) power to alternating current (AC) power, and finally used to power
lighting, computers, air conditioning, and other electric loads in the building. The environmental benefits of
integrating solar energy within the facilities are: Annual reduction of approximately 367,000 pounds in carbon
dioxide (CO2); The annual equivalent of removing approximately 31 automobiles from our highways; The
annual equivalent of 1,236 acres of trees. The investment in solar energy will return dividends based on the           1500000
Invest in public transportation by purchasing five (5) replacement buses for Sussex County to provide reliable
service to customers.                                                                                            1886750




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
ARRA Oversight Program Act (ADA); and construct phase one of a new bus FTA's Annual in Dover.
Americans with DisabilitiesSupport The Contractor may be required to attend transfer centerOversight Meeting     17030461
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 attend and participate in any and all FTA orientation or annual program kick-off meeting and periodic
progress briefings to become familiar and/or to maintain a level of proficiency consistent with program
requirements. The Contractor may also need to attend, interact and present findings, trends, etc., with the
other oversight Contractors, grantees, and FTA representatives during the Triennial Review Workshops.
Program knowledge sharing by actively participating in knowledge sharing activities such as posting program
related information at a designated online site; present lessons learned at periodic progress and annual          157100




Provide seminars and technical assistance to ARRA grantees                                                        164970




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 throughout the
U.S.                                                                                                              171518




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 conducted
throughout the United States.                                                                                     793000




Invest in public transportation by providing technical assistance and oversight in the implementation of ARRA
projects by FTA receipients. During this quarter, work was primarily performed in Washington, DC and
Chicago, IL. Training was provided to grantees from Tennessee, Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and West
Virginia.                                                                                                         762500




Invest in public transportation by providing oversight of grantee compliance with Title VI requirements for
ARRA-funded capital projects.                                                                                     348271
Perform Procurement System Reviews on FTA grant recipients.                                                   90000




Perform Procurement System Reviews on FTA grant recipients.                                                   93000




Procurement System Reviews for ARRA grantee recipients                                                        93600




Procurement System Reviews for ARRA recipient grantees                                                        90000




Procurement system review activities for various size grantees; ensuring compliance with FTA circular 4220.   90000




Procurement System Reviews - ARRA                                                                             93600




ARRA Related Acquisition Support Services for the Federal Transit Procurment 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, award, post-award
administration, and close-out.                                                                                123840




Financial Management Oversight Program Technical Support Services                                             897000
Rehab/Renov Guideway Rail Hangers                                                                                   36559

Invest the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $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 unit, these locomotives consume excessive
fuel. The locomotives have an approximate expecred useful life of 25 years. A Federal ratio of 100/0 will
apply. The new locomotives will meet the Clean Air Act standards (CAA) and the American with Disabilites
Act (ADA) requirements.                                                                                            2492107




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 the guideway.                                                                        2847482




2009 ARRA FHWA Flex Funds for Three Buses. The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of
Gainesville will purchase approximately three 40-foot low-floor buses that have an expected useful life of
twelve years or 500,000 miles. These will be replacements for three buses that have met their useful life of
over 500,000 miles.                                                                                                1255229




The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of Gainesville will use these 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 years or 500,000 miles.                                                   329294




The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of Gainesville will use these funds to purchase one 40 foot
bus. This bus will be a replacement for a 40 foot bus that has reached the end of it's useful life.                680000

Broward County was awarded a $2 million TIGGER (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 thermal
system. The upgrade will result in fuel savings, reduced energy consumption and decreased greenhouse gas
emissions. In addition, the fleet retrofit program will preserve and create jobs in manufacturing industries and
provide long-term economic and ?green? benefits by investing in transportation and environmental protection.       2000000




Investment in Public Transportation by purchasing motor fans to increase fuel efficiency.                          320000
Sub awards are to counties, transportation authorities,this grant underagencies providing rural transportation.
Broward County, Transit Division (BCT) was awarded and non-profit the American Recovery Reinvestment                  20333034
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
improvements include re-siding of the existing building, re-roofing, resurfacing of a portion of the parking lot,
underground storage tank removal and replacement, ADA, generator and fire alarm installation, etc.
Additionally, the facility is currently at capacity, making circulation for and storage of additional buses a
concern. The lack of additional capacity is especially an issue as it relates to the anticipated arrival of 60 foot
articulated buses into our fleet.The maintenance building cannot accommodate tired vehicles(Trolleys) fordue
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing hydrid-electric buses, and rubber 60 foot articulated buses use         35128868
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 funds will
provide for Automatic Vehicle Locator systems in each vehicle, cameras, and other surveillance equpment to
be installed at the transfer stations throughout the county for the safety of the citizens, procurement and
installation of a new higher capacity generator(useful life 25 years), which will provide power to the main
transit facility during an emergency event where there is a loss of power. Funds will also be used to install
concrete Publicfor bus shelters, and additionalreplacement pads to existing shelters to remain in compliance
Invest in pads Transportation: Purchase (9) sidewalk or fixed route buses; purchase (46) replacement                  4618693
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; purchase and install brake tester
system; purchase and install bus video surveillance system; purchase disinfecting decontamination system;
design and construct parking facility at operations center; design and construct paint booth; design and
construct electrical and mechanical improvements at operations center; modify lighting system at intermodal
terminal and operations center; acquire mobile fare payment collection system; purchase and install energy
efficient and securtiy/storm window film; perform preventative maintenance on existing buses and facilities;          29754615




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 projects
administration.
FTA Section 5307 ARRA Capital assistance for the Winter Haven Area Transit system. These funds will be                15090159
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 maintenance.
Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) purchases will consist of 36 desktop computers used in the
scheduling, dispatching, and billing for the Winter Haven Area Transit system?s fixed route service and
required ADA Complementary Paratransit service. Other ITS purchases consists of Mobile Video Surveillance
systems for ten buses, an upgrade to the existing Automatic All Distribution (ACD) telephone system, and
twenty (20) Mobile Data Terminals for TO INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSIT - grant funds provide for replacement
THE PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT IS the Paratransit operations associated with ADA service. Winter Haven                     2653070
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 added.
Grant has provided for the immediate expenditure to replace five 23-foot paratransit vans, two 22-foot
paratransit vans, two supervisor vehicles with wheelchair lifts, one vanpool van, 49 on-board security cameras
for paratransit vehicles, bicycle racks for buses, engines and transmissions, computer hardware. Also
ordered under this grant and pending delivery are two 40-foot buses, seven 35-foot buses, one 29-foot bus.
Additional expenditures are programmed for replacement of shop equipment, software and hardware, engines              6206681




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 10 new low sulfer diesel buses and 3 mini-buses.                        4031579
This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $3,461,978 to the purchase of ten buses. The
Regional Transit System (RTS) of The City of Gainesville will purchase approximately ten 40-foot low-floor
buses that have an expected useful life of twelve years or 500,000 miles. These will be replacements for ten
buses that have met their useful life of over 500,000 miles. will result in the construction of a new public
This award invests in public transportation. This investment                                                              3461978
transportation facility. The facility will serve as the administrative and maintenance center for all public
transportation in St Johns County Florida where none has never before existed. This investment will improve
the management and maintenance of the complete public transportation system by providing a permanent
location. The current public transportation system has grown beyond the capabilities of the existing depot
location operated out of 2 rented store fronts, with unsecure parking, that cannot provide the maintenance and
security required of a growing system. The award investments in this public transportation facility will provide
these needs that are now non existent such as an indoor maintenance facility with proper equipment and a
secure parking and staging area.                                                                                          1025382




Purchase five medium duty Hybrid diesel electric buses, 24 passenger, plus two wheelchair configuration.
Also, RouteMatch software computer system.                                                                                2139379

Invest in public transportation by purchasing nine new low-floor BRT replacement buses, security cameras,
solar trash receptacles and public art. The nine replacement buses will meet the Clean Air Act (CAA)
standards and the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) requirements. The security cameras will provide the new
simulator room with continual observation and will also provide surveillance for the fuel storage area. The
solar trash receptacles will be placed in high use areas on the City bus routes, thus reducing the number of
pickups necessary and with the compaction feature of the trash receptacles, reduce the volume of materials
send to the local landfill. The proposed public art will be constructed from recycled metal from transit buses.           3453321




ARRA - Expansion and replacement buses, Overhaul buses,Renovate and upgrade facilities and properties,
Maintenance equipment, and operational activities                                                                         19359908




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 Act (ARRA) funds in operations. of $1,400,000
FY 2009 Section 5307 American Recovery and Reinvestment measures and ADA the amount                                       15153702
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 Obama on June 24, 2009 10%
will be allocated to Operating Expenses, no local match required. FDOT project number is FM # (4265451).
The Amended FY09 STIP dated 05/15/2009 page for this project is (51). Please find STIP Page attached to
Project Number FL-96-X014. The proposed Shelters and amenities will be installed (constructed) by the
issuance of a Request for Quotes (RFQ) to the lowest qualified bidder. Design build project parcel number is
08-2S-24-0000-0001-0110. The grant proposes to develop half of a 200? x 280? parcel for parking. Parking                  1400000
Invest the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $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 HEP unit, these
locomotives consume excessive fuel. The locomotives have an approximate expecred useful life of 25 years.
A Federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. The new locomotives will meet the Clean Air Act standards (CAA) and the
American with Disabilites Act (ADA) requirements. This grant also includes tranist enhancements ($135,670)
that will fund various station beautification improvements such as landscaping, painting, etc.                            13567108
Invest inpublic transportation by purchasing 9 Hybrid 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 wise
would be elininated.                                                                                                8420125




This project will fund the purchase of three buses for 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 the citizens
of Lake County and ensure employment to those citizens dependent on mobility.                                       2402009




Invest in public transportation by constructing a new transporatation administration/bus parking facility. Ten
percent of the award is being utilized to fund transit operating. for capital projects such as improving security
Collier Area Transit (CAT) will use these grant funds to provide                                                    2281044
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 (ITS) including but not limited to electronic
fareboxes and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL), Automated Passenger County (APC), GIS and route
planning system, infrastructure, mobility consultant and systems integrator; security cameras for fixed route
and para-transit buses; purchase of two hybrid buses to replace two high mileage buses that have outlived
their useful life; and to purchase signage/schedule holders to be placed at our bus stops/shelters through our
transit route. All of these projects will include the cost of the required ARRA logos to be used to identify all    2963261




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new fuel-efficient diesel transit buses, shelters for bus
passengers, and surveillance equipment for installation on-board buses.                                             3944919




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 and
money counting building.                                                                                            3928564
Invest in public transportation by constructing new 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 total of $2,377,250.
The new facility (it will be entirely new) will be built on property at the intersection of Douglas Road and
Sherman Lane in unincorporated Bay County. The property was purchased in 2008. The facility will have a
passenger station, administrative offices, a maintenance facility, a fuel depot and a bus wash. At present, 19
fixed route buses and 45 paratransit (demand response) vehicles will be maintained and based at the facility.       2377250




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 16 buses, 20 vans, rehabilitate and renovate the Melbourne bus
terminal and install bus shelters in Brevard County                                                                 6897726
Transit Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance, Surveillance equipment to enhance the operations and functionality
of Transit Property in Ocala, FL, SunTran.                                                                               1573748

This FTA 5307 ARRA grant for capital projects 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 at the
convergence of three (3) fixed routes which operates weekdays from 7:00 AM to 6:00 PM to allow the transfer
of passengers between routes. The site is located within the boundaries of the Fort Pierce (FL) Community
Redevelopment Area.                                                                                                      1957183




Investment in Public Transportation by replacing 25 buses, building a maintenance facility, security stations,
purchasing motor fans.                                                                                                   21235245




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 buses.
Invest in public transportation by prioritizing the needs of specific bus and rail related projects that were            4618693
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 funding, in
addition this project will have a Transit Signal Priority (TSP) onboard system, Replace metromover station
canopies and escalators, upgrade the Tranist Operating System (TOS) - dispatching and tracking bus
operators, construct ADA pedestrian accessibility along the South Miami-Dade Busway, replacement of hybrid
vehicles (not revenue rolling stock), Metromover Fiber replacement, installation of Wi-Fi demonstration project
for the Metrorail system, and replacement and installation of metromover CCTV surveillance infrastructure,               69802389

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
Coast, at some future point. Proposed fixed-route transit services that would serve this transit facility include:
the Stuart Shuttle, the Hobe Sound Express Shuttle and the Regional Treasure Coast Connector, which serve
both Martin and St. Lucie Counties.                                                                                      1199564




Provide transportation to the community for enhanced work opportunity. Purchase two buses and build 8 bus
shelters. award provides funding support for the following investment in public transportation: upgrade and
This grant                                                                                                                235802
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) will fund
approximately 13 percent. The funding provided under this grant is planned to primarily support the initial
implementation phases of this design-build project, which include the detail design, furnishing and installation
of the FPS at MARTA's Rail Services Control Center and Police Communications Center, followed by one
installation of the model for each facility category. Other portions of the overall FPS Upgrade project are being
funded with ARRA Transit Capital Assistance funds under FTA Grant No. GA-96-X005.                                        7380854
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 Trackprovides funding support for the following investment in public transportation: design,
This grant award Circuit Upgrade and Train Alert Lights project.                                                     30000000
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) grant
program. This energy reduction project will install a system of photovoltaic (solar) panels with an estimated
capacity of 1 Megawatt (MW) peak generating power. Operations at the Laredo Facility consume .9 MWh of
electrical power annually. It is anticipated that the power produced by these photovoltaic panels will either be
regenerated for use within the overall Laredo Bus facility and/or sold to the Georgia Power Co. and transmitted
to the electrical power grid. The project will be implemented by a design-build contract, which will be              10800000




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
vehicles. will invest in public transportation by means of the following projects. Lube shop construction for
This grant                                                                                                           25649675
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 and driver safety
and increase driver accountability. The radios that our drivers use to communicate with the dispatcher need
to be upgraded. There is an allocation in the grant that will provide newer and better radios which will allow for
more dependable communication between the office and drivers, increasing safety. A computerized
passenger notification program will also be purchased. This system will contact passengers the day before
Invest in scheduled ride is to by (1) providing paratransit service confirm or unable to ride. This will service
their nextpublic transportation occur and give them oppurtunity to to persons cancel theuse fixed route save          547674
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 accomodate
additional buses due to the increased demand for paratransit service; (5) renovating the existing transit facility
to provide additional space for customer service operations and enclosing the bus wash area to protect the
wash system piping from freezing temperatures; (6) providing construction management services for various
transit capital projects; and (7) providing fixed route service to the general public which will improve mobility
Invest in public transportation. the roadways.
and reduce vehicular traffic on Cherokee County will use the 2009 ARRA funds to purchase a 5307 fixed route          9312003
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 bus shelters, will be
purchased. Transit enhancements, including transit technology, MDCs and AVLs, will also be purchased. We
plan to add one (1) expansion vehicle with a useful life of 6-8 years. The bus will meet CAA and ADA
requirements. The fleet status section of TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We are able to
operate and maintain the vehicle expansion. The County is aware of FTA C 4220.1F regarding third-party
This is a FY and ARRA funded Section and grant for transit capital improvements ensure that contractors
procurement2009will follow federal, state5307local procurement policies. County will to the Gwinnett County           797009
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 buses will meet the
CAA and the ADA requirements; AR-5307A-GW, Transit Vehicle Purchase of Mid Life Overhaul which
provides for the mid-life overhaul of 28 CNG buses; AR-5307A-GW, Miscellaneous/Other - Transit Technology
/ Security project which provides for the purchase of bus/facility security cameras, bus AVL & passenger
information systems, and paratransit scheduling & management software; and AR-5307A-GW, Transit
Enhancements which provides for the construction of pedestrian access/walkways, transit connections to               9662766


This grant award, as amended on March 3, 2010, 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 racks; (D) ADA
Paratransit service provision; (E) upgrade and rehabiliation of lighting within the MARTA rail system and a
limited amount of security equipment; and (F) Transit Operating Assistance.                                          57675781
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, bus shelters and trash cans.                                              2769671




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 maintenance on transit vehicles and facilities.                           340000


Invest in public transportation for the continuing 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 station
equipment), one bus for GRTA Route 400, Dallas Park & Rod Lot Improvements (construction/repaving
existing lot and new shelter), and Preventative Maintenance for BUC Shuttle.                                      9326710




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 grant is for FY 2009 ARRA Economic Stimulus Funds. The funds will be used to purchase seven(7) 30-
This expenses,salaries,training, fuel maintenance costs.                                                          2757716
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 Procurement
Cost. Chatham Area Transit Authority will follow all third party procurement policies as defined in C4220.1F.
Chatham Area Transit Authority will check the Federal Excluded Parties List System (EPLS), and DOT
regulations, 'Non-procurement Suspension and Debarment' 2 CFR Parts 180 and 1200 as one step in the
process of determining only 'responsible' contractors that possesses the ability, willingness, and integrity to
perform successfully under the terms and conditions (See 49 U.S.C. Section 5325) are awarded contracts.           4490394




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 vehicles.                                        12323977




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 new amendment adds addtional funding to the
original $60,000 award in the amount of $420,000 for a total ARRA funding of $480,000                              480000
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new ADA 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) is planning to expand mass transit services. As
documented in the 2030 Guam Transportation Plan, the population of Guam is expected to grow by 28,000
persons between 2009 and 2013. To effectively deal with the mobility challenges this type of growth creates,
Guam plans as part of a comprehensive effort to expand fixed route and paratransit services to be ready for
the growth expected.                                                                                               921976
Investing in public transportation, the following purchases will be made: 4 ? 30? buses w/ ADA lifts, and 5 -
<30? buses w/ ADA lifts, 3 - 35? low floor buses, 2- 40? coach buses and bus shelters                               2933435




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
Project.                                                                                                            40649148




To invest in public transit using highway investment funds flexed to public transit on behalf of four of Iowa's
rural transit agencies. Purchase nine replacement buses and replacment service vehicle.                              455173




INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Purchase one (1) 31 Ft low-floor Medium Duty (MD) expansion bus.
The vehicle will help to expand the spare ratio for the fleet and provide much needed reliable service backup
for the aging fleet. These are flex funds through Nebraska. The vehicle will be procured via State of
Minnesota consortium.                                                                                                 84251




Invest in public transportation by upgrading ten standard transmissions with 10 hybrid electric transmissions
on buses to be delivered in FFY2010                                                                                 1600000




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 as having public showers and a pocket park.                   8463000




Supprt of public transportation: Funding is provided for transit capital improvements in non-urbanized areas
throughout Iowa                                                                                                     15156406




Investment in public transportation: Funding is provided for transit capital improvements for transit agencies in
Iowa urbanized areas with population between 50,000 and 200,000                                                     10689659
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 enhancements, and operating assistance                                 7888026

INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Purchase one(1) Heavy Duty (HD) Low-Floor 35-FT Bus for
expansion of fixed route fleet - Fuel is Biodiesel. The useful life cycle for a HD bus is 12 years. The bus will
be manufactured by Gillig LLC. Price is $333,602 as specified. The other funding will be spent to acquire
mobile surveillance security equipment consisting of thirteen, 8-camera DVR units, 26 cameras, a computer
server with storage for video archive, wireless download equipment, and installation for the complete system.
Purchased security equipment will replace older systems and expands to 6 cameras per bus with added ability
to download and to store video.                                                                                    353602




Invest in public transportation by purchasing Mobile Data Terminals for buses.                                      44137




Purchase three medium duty replacement buses equipped with security cameras.These buses will replace
buses that have exceeded their recommended useful life and will be used in daily fixed route service.              539497




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 maintenance costs.                                               1451075




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 required and 4): constucting the required upgrades.                                      2626000




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)
prioritizinginvest in Public Transportation in Idaho: Idaho's Rural program supports 1 prime recipient and 24
Goal is to the upgrades required and 4): constucting the required upgrades.                                        430000
sub-recipients. The prime recipient has 3 statewide projects: develop a performance management system,
develop a web-based mobility communication project, & provide a mobility association to coordinate
statewide. Following is the description of the 24 sub-recipients: 01-City of Dover: Goal to implement a new,
rural service in Bonner County and procure a transit vehicle to implement the service. 02-City of Ponderay:
Goal to provide bicycle and pedestrian access to transit location. 03-Coeur d?Alene Tribe: Goals to purchase
replacement vehicles to support rural service in Kootenai County and construct a transit maintenance facility
in conjunction with other federal funds. 04-North Idaho Community Express: Goal to purchase replacement
vehicles to maintain intercity and rural services in Kootenai and Bonner counties. 05-Panhandle Area Council:      9222783
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 facility.                                                           311303
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 activities for the period 0/1/2010
through 9/30/2011. Expected outcomes are the addition of a central passenger transfer location which will
further develop not only the Citylink transit system, but will improve the Tribe's infrastructure, provide
employment for a small number of tribal members, and enhance the Tribe's economy by enhancing public
transit opportunities on the Reservation.                                                                           1500000




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-Bannock Tribes.         264700




Invest in transportation, environmental protection and 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 to
encourage system usage by non-riders.                                                                               3616444


Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 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 quonset hut is being
converted into a secure garage for the new buses. Other minor facility improvements include new benches for
outside the public bus terminal and bike storage units.                                                             783500




Invest in public transportation for the City of Lewiston by installing 7 passenger waiting shelters, expansion of
the maintenance facility to accommodate bus maintenance, operating expenses for the public transportation
system.                                                                                                             546956




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 improve the rider's transit experience.                                     1778455




This grant will enable Kootenai County to invest in 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 passenger buses
with wheelchair access, and one 12 passenger bus with wheelchair access.                                            1290202
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 economic
recovery.                                                                                                                  48931726




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 fiber optic cable on the BNSF commuter line.                                 46603124




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 promote
economic recovery. an investment in Public Transportation through the provision of TIGGER Grant funds for
This award allows for                                                                                                      1500000
the purchase of a Solar Thermal Hot Water System to be incorporated into the design and outfitting of our new
Transit Maintenance Facility. This Solar Thermal Hot Water System will assist in the creation of a sustainable
Transit Maintenance Facility using an energy alternative that reduces both energy consumption and emissions
that can be used as a model for either future transit facility construction or retrofits to existing transit facilities.
TheSolar Thermal Hot Water System would generate hot water for the facilities operations and maintenance
areas and also provide hot water to the bus washing equipment. Warm or hot water provides for a better
quality wash by increasing the effect of the soap or cleaning chemicals on loosening dirt and oil particles from
the bus surface. Bus wash operations traditionally use cold water because of the exorbitant energy cost to                  600000

Invest in public transportation by procuring hybrid 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 $3,894,201 for
procurement of the 34 hybrid vehicles; and $135,799 for contractual services to cover consultant fees for
producing the hybrid vehicle guidance manual, documenting fuel useage and greenhouse gas emission
reductions, and collecting and evaluating life cycle costs. The consultant will also be involved in vehicle bid
reviews and in-plant vehicle inspections.                                                                                  4030000




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 an attached 400 space parking garage.                                                            22000000
Invest in public transportation by procuring and 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 projects
through construction. This grant now represents 100% of the available non-urban ARRA funds for IDOT.
$9,752,096 in ARRA funds will be utilized as follows: 76 replacement buses; 24 replacement vans; hardware
and software; shop equipment; and preliminary engineering for facilities. $11,432,019 will be used for facility
construction projects.                                                                                                     21184115




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 operations.                   3693756
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 and
create jobs and promote economic recovery,                                                                           191300189




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 Conversion on Commuter Cars.                                                   94344646




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new biodiesel buses.                                                    5525178




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.                      33135437




Project #1: $30,063 funds for for purchase of new radios for the active and spare bus bus and a receiver
Invest in public transportation the a new administration, transportation, maintenance & fleet storage facility. at    2496653
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 equipment and
additional hardware and software required to get system running. Project #2: $160,000 for the purchase of
Automated Vehicle Location (AVL) / Mobile Data Computers (MDC) devices and supporting equipment for the
transit bus fleet. The project is looking to purchase up to 32 AVL/MDC devices, the receiving hardware at the
dispatcher?s office, and installation of all equipment in the buses as well as the dispatcher?s office. Project
#2a: $65,000 for the purchase of additional software required by our trip scheduling software to integrate the        1262063




Purchase of 3 Medium Duty Vehicles and Communication Equipment                                                         217421




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new diesel-powered buses and associated capital maintenance
items.                                                                                                                2597881
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
adjacent to the garage.                                                                                             891527




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 8- 35 foot low floor heavy duty transit buses and 20< 30 foot
demand response paratransit vehicles.                                                                              4203803




Investing in public transportation by purchasing four new 35' buses to replace four 1993 35' buses, by
purchasing two new wheelchair lift vans to replace two 1999 wheelchair vans, by repairing and remodeling the
bus storage building built in 1980, by installing a water recycling system in the existing bus washer to reduce
the amount of water used, and by repairing and seal coating the existing asphalt parking lot and driving lanes
around the Transit Administration Building.                                                                        1697301




Administration facility roof replacement Resurface parking lot and replace lighting and install cameras for
added security. Install fuel island and Eng/Design of parking lot, lighting, cameras, and fuel island projects     1263671
This award allows for an investment in Public Transportation through provision of funds for two transit projects
within our transit agency. Project One ($3,240,000) is the replacement of older model (1991) diesel-powered
standard transit buses with the purchase of eight (8) CNG-powered, low floor replacement buses to reduce
carbon footprint, reduce maintenance expenses, and provide greater accessibility to the disabled community.
These buses will contain intelligent technologies and video surveillance systems to improve maintenance and
operational procedures and public safety. Project Two ($17,536) will be the creation of a multi-modal
passenger bus stop at the Quad City Airport through the purchase of shelters, benches, and other amenities
which will provide a safer, more reliable and accessible multi-modal bus stop for transit agency users.            3257536




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.                                                 6412487




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
purchasing energy from an outside source.                                                                          2180000




Reimbursement program established to provide transit assistance to rural communities (population less than
50,000) throughout the state.                                                                                      20316134
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new hybrid-electric buses and light-duty transit vehicles.            2371622




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 the
audio/video locator.                                                                                                1723705
We will purchase up to nine (9) 35 - foot buses that will 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) replacement and
six (6) expansion) for the demand-response systems in Elkhart and Goshen, IN. The paratransit vehicles
being replaced will have met their useful life of four years or 100,000 miles. The balance of the allocation will
be used to purchase and install communications and office equipment to support transit systems operations
as well as electronic farebox equipment for the fixed route service.                                                2158560




Have started working on this project to improve and remodel the bus maintenance garage. Engineering cost
PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND HEATERS received and operating the Terre defined by NTD
and replacement estimate design work has been Our estimatedinvoiced to budget, asHaute Transit Utility.             1369388
Reporting System (NTD), for July 2009 to January 2011 is $2,550,018.39. The estimated Preventive
Maintenance (PM) cost in the operating budget for equipment and facilities is $380,000.00 less $50,000.00 for
warranty recovery leaving $330,000 available for federal participation at the 100/0 rate. This grant (IN-96-
X006-00 will apply federal funds of $330,000.00 to this allowable share. Additional PM for the period is in July
2009 to January 2011 is in grant IN-90-X586-00. These grant activates are a categorical exclusion under
NEPA. PURCHASE A REPLACEMENT BUS The bus we are replacing is utilized for our demand response
program. OPERATING ASSISTANTS FOR DEMAND RESPONSE The Governor of Indiana passed a bill
The Metropolitan Evansville Transit estimated property use Recovery Act funds County has had portion of
(1001) which put a cap of 1% on theSystem (METS) will taxes in addition LaPorteto help replace a an issue for        527582
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 dispatch information about
pick up/drop off services. The influx of Recovery Act funds has allowed us to replace, repair, and update many
services within our maintenance garage. In addition to new tools, work benches, and much needed shelving,
we have expanded our work stations to include a new post lift/hose shop. We have purchased a petroleum oil
and lubricant system that allows us to purchase bulk quantities. METS will refurbish the vehicle wash and
undercarriage flush machine. A portion of the monies will be used to replace and expand our shelters                2615993




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 passenger stations.         7502464




The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC) is using the Federal ARRA dollars in two major
areas: Fixed Route bus replacement (12 buses) and funding for its Preventive Maintenance program. As with
any federal grant awards, allocations are reserved for transit security and transit enhancement projects. For
IPTC, it is upgrading its on-bus security camera system and enhanced bus stop amenities for pedestrians and
bicyclists.                                                                                                         16050078
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 completed in
late 2011.                                                                                                          1716658




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 systems
technology on vehicles.                                                                                             2413099




Purchase and renovation of building to be used to dispatch transit service. Purchase of rolling stock and
operating funds.                                                                                                    1089206




Invest in public transportation by purchasing replacement transit buses, rehabilitating a maintenance facility,
installing a disaster recovery system, and providing various transit enhancements to system riders.                 4325000




Funds to assist in the funding of public transit service within Lake and Porter Counties, Indiana                   4086998




Funds to assist in the renovation of a transit garage and purchase of one revenue vehicle in the City of
LaPorte, Indiana                                                                                                    650000




Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit station in downtown Columbus, Indiana.                    888815




Capital vehicle purchase (1) bus (2) demand response (4) suport vehicles and Operating Funds                        1550513
Construction ofInvestment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) funds for transit infrastructure
Transportation South Bend Public Transportations' new Leed platium operations facility                             3693620
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 East
generally on Martway Street, Johnson Drive, and Shawnee Mission Parkway respectively into Kansas City,
Mo., then following various streets East to Troost Avenue. A bus transit corridor estimated to include
approximately 9 station pairs/(18 bus stops), approximately two park-and ride locations, the Rosana Square
(West of Metcalf at 119th St.) and Metcalf South Mall (East of Metcalf at 97th St.), the East Gateway Transit
Center (located between Nall and Roe and Johnson Drive and Martway at 5251 Johnson Drive), traffic signal          10714000




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
computers for dispatching communications.                                                                          11056694

Invest in Public Transportation and Enhancement. 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. Hose Reel Reel Craft 75 ft
Air/Water 2010 Ford F - 550 4x4 Utility Compartments Hydraculic Crane Open center hydraulic pump system
Compresser reciprocator Exterior lighting pkg EZ latch aluminum Drawers Workbench bumper. 2010 Dodge
Grand Caravan SE Labeling.                                                                                          186417

This project will provide funds to invest in public 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 improvements that
include expansion of the existing bus canopy and concrete replacement. This canopy expansion will provide
protection for the buses to extend their useful life. This grant was amended to include 10% of the initial award
for operating assistance and purchase a bus wash.                                                                  2073000




1) Invest in Public Transportation - 35ft Replacement Buses 2) Support Vehicles 3) Computers / Copier 4)
Radios 5) Boiler                                                                                                   2570209




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 long-term
economic benefits.
Transit Capital Assitance Grant to complete 11 projects: 1) Design-Build of a new van maintenance facility. 2)     1930929
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 of 3rd Party
ADA Contracting 8) Replace HVAC system at Transit Center Facility. 9) Maintain Preventative Maintenance
levels. 10) 10% allowed for operating (Fuel). Funds will be used to restock capital items and enhance
services through ITS, safety and support materials. By purchasing equipment ARRA funds will also go to
provide business to and create/retain jobs for manufacturers, installers and cosntruction companies. The
Hybrid vehicles will help to decrease the carbon footprint of Wichtia Transit.                                     6629186
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 long-term
economic benefits.                                                                                                    1000000




Invest in Public Transportation - 35ft Replacement Buses                                                              2000000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses for paratransit service                                       1195644




To preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. To invest in transportation infrastructure that
will provide long-term economic benefits.                                                                             19201019




To preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. To invest in transportation infrastructure that
will provide long-term economic benefits.                                                                             2215700




Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating of existing administrative and maintenance facility. Purchasing
and installing of new transportation communication and revenue collection systems. Installing new safety and
security equipment.                                                                                                   4485346




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new hybrid-electric buses, constructing and equipping a new
Maintenance and Training facility, re-roofing a bus storage facility 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, and providing service.                                           18129363




OTS is investing in public transportation by purchasing 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 as well as a
power washer for the transit garage.                                                                                  1098000
ARRA grant for transit capital improvements such as bus shelters, buses, technology upgrades, signs and
public art.                                                                                                           5488895




Funds to purchase defibrillators, one Modis scanner, Paratransit software and GPS for Ashland Bus System.              180300




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new hydraulic lift for the bus garage, a diesel generator for
 The purpose of the stimulus funding is to the garage floor and painting the interior New garage.
power outages, two HVAC units, recoatinginvest in public transportation in the city ofof the Orleans. The              330000
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 consists of
thirteen (13) miles of track designed for light rail cars including approximately forty thousand (40,000) azobe
crossties. The humid and inclement weather in New Orleans created a fungus in the azobe crossties causing
premature decay of the azobe wood, which have impacted approximately two-thirds (2/3) of the thirteen (13)
miles of crossties. This project will replace portions of the worn and decayed wooden crossties with a
composite crosstie. The composite crossties are a combination of recycled rubber and plastic that has the             2425343
This Recovery Act grant was used to purchase 62 replacement buses, 29 expansion buses, computers,
generators, and pressure washers for 32 transit agencies statewide in Louisiana, to conduct preventive
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 lifts, and build bus garages
for 17 transit agencies statewide in Louisiana. As such, the projects funded under this grant will invest in
transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term economic benefits.
These investments will also contribute to preserving and maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in
the vehicle manufacturing industry.                                                                                   15273707




The purpose of the stimulus funding is to invest in public transportation in 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, Miscellaneous Communication Equipment, Shop Tools and Equipment, and Information
Technology (IT) Upgrade.                                                                                              14878044

Invest in public transportation. Purchase of rolling 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 (including up to 10
information kiosks at bus terminals and major transfer bus stops, up to 6 bus shelters at major bus stops, and
ADA improved access for up to 12 bus stops in Jefferson Parish). Provide ongoing preventative maintenance
for transit vehicles and facilities. Provide operating assistance for Jefferson Transit.                              5791200




Invest in the St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, public 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 maintenance for SBURT vehicles
and facilities.                                                                                                        660000
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 preventative maintence on the bus fleet.                          2747057




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 Charles.                                                          2063566




Purchase buses, vans, support vehicles, and preventive maintenance                                               1183712




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 DETOUR OF 20 MILES.                                                               2765000




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 facilities and vehicles, and other maintenance equipment. Ten
The expected award will fund funds is to renovate and update the transit administrative
percent of the outcome of our salaries and wages for bus operators to hire or save jobs. and maintenance         6630292
facility as well as renovate 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 service area. The City contracted with a
management company to hire a project manager to manage all ARRA projects, funds and prepare and submit
all required ARRA reports including TEAM reports. Our funds will allow us to purchase one 35-ft hybrid bus as
well as acquire mobile fare equipment and other necessary communications equipment. We are already
researching options for purchasing as well as vendors of products that will meet our short and long range
needs.                                                                                                           1766253




Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Governments will invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses
and associated support equipment for the urban transit bus system.                                               2052316




We are investing in Public Transportation by constructing community park and ride facilities and performing
preventive maintenance on transit assets.                                                                        2181220
Invest in public transportation by purchase of new compressed natural gas (CNG) buses; constructiopn of a
CNG fuel station; conversion of existing maintenance facility to CNG fueling; rehabilitate/upgrade 22 year old
bus terminal; acquire maintenance support ewuipment, mobile surgeillance/security equipment, and upgrade
of maintenance record system; and perform preventive maintenance on existing buses.                                 4716500




River Parishes Transit Authority will invest in public transportation by purchasing new wheelchair lift buses and
performing preventative maintenance on existing buses.                                                               300000




Plaquemines Parish will invest in public transportation thrugh the 2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grant
Urbanized Funding Franklin Regional Program.
Construction of the Formula Funding Transit Authority's Intermodal Transportation Center. The Franklin               300000
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 Council of Governments. The
transit center building, at approximately 24,000 square feet, is being designed to exceed platinum LEED
standards and to be a net zero energy consumption building. It is expected to be the first green public building
in Massachusetts and one of the first green transit centers in the country. The Center is located within the
Greenfield Bank Row Urban Renewal Zone and is part of the Greenfield Bank Row Priority Development Site.
Construction of the Transit Center will be the first project within the Urban Renewal Zone and is expected to       12800000




Activities to be funded under this award include: 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) hybrid electric bus.                    504171




Invest in public transportation by making 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 system reliability and
on-time performance.                                                                                                51513648




Invest in public transportation by construction of renovations to commuter rail station, specifically
repair/replacement of existing ornamental fence.                                                                     199947




These funds will be used for the roof replacement and solar photovoltaic panel array at the LRTA's bus
maintenance and storage facility located at 100 Hale Street, Lowell Ma.                                              477002
The Metrowest Regional Transit Authority (MWRTA) received $75,000 in FHWA American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act funds flexed to FTA for the procurement of ITS, communications and bus accessory
equipment in support of MWRTA's 'mobility management' center. This funding will assist in fully integrating
fixed route and demand response services with cutting edge customer-based technologies.                                 75000


Invest in public transportation by purchasing 82 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 PVTA's farebox replacement
program. This procurement will begin in October 2010 and the project is expected to be completed in January
2011.
$322,767 (100% Federal) of FWHA American Recovery & Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds were flexed to                       1625945
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. 2346). This grant will allow
MART to invest in public transportation by allowing us to purchase new equipment as well as repair a roof of
our van storage facility to bring it into a state of good repair. A budget of $159K for established for a new bus-
washer for our Water Street Maintenance Facility in Fitchburg, MA. This equipment is also a line item in the
original ARRA grant mentioned above in which capital funds were diverted away to operating funds. This grant
allows us to restore the capital funds needed for the bus washer which costs $189,300. The old wash system             322767
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will 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 Automatic
Vehicle Locators, Next Stop Announcers, Automated Passenger Counters, Computer Aided Scheduling and
Dispatch software and hardware. Procurement, installation, and implementation of components, computer
hardware and software to integrate with upgraded Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) telecom system to
ensure proper access of ITS information from multiple locations.                                                       145439




Invest in public transportation by purchasing Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) upgrades for the entire
WRTA fleet and AE Design work related to building a new bus transfer station at Union Station in Worcester,
MA.                                                                                                                    1241857




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 will fund oversight of production and spare parts.               387500




Procurement being used for of an MBTA-compatible Electronic Fare System (EFS)
The money isand installation the Engineering and Design of the Fall River Terminal. on the Authority's Fixed           912298
Route Vehicles and parking system. The objective of this demonstration 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 Authorities, the CCRTA is a part of a cooperative procurement to deploy an integrated and
interoperable EFS system on a statewide basis. This will be of particular advantage for residents of the MBTA
region with second homes on Cape Cod as well as tourists from Southeastern Massachusetts seeking to use
alternatives to the automobile while vacationing on Cape Cod. As a part of this project, the extension of the
EFS to inter-city buses serving Cape Cod will be designed as a means to provide seamless intermodal access             635322
Invest in public transportation by purchasing 2 replacement 30-ft. low floor transit buses, 4 replacement
minibuses and preventative maintenance expenses.                                                                     732618




Purchase of 1 replacement 30' transit vehicle                                                                         67615




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 veterans services                                                                        720266


Invest in public transportation by making bus route 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 operating characteristics of
buses along a particular route in order to improve customer service levels; addressing pavement deterioration
at bus terminals; and upgrading MBTA maps throughout the commuter rail, transit and bus system.                     10000000


Invest in public transportation by constructing a 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 bicycle parking
facilities, integrate with busway relocation work at the station, and contribute toward more transit-oriented
development in the area.                                                                                            22700000




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, including water leak
mitigation within the tunnels.                                                                                      6311700




These funds will be used to install solar photovoltaic panel array at the LRTA's bus maintenance and storage
facility located at 100 Hale Street, Lowell Ma.                                                                     1500000




Invest in public transportation by installing two wind energy turbines at MBTA commuter rail facilities: in
Kingston (100kW) and Bridgewater (up to 600 kW).                                                                    2500000
FTA Rural Transit Grants This grant is for $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
Regional Transit Authority. Subrecipients will utilize $3,223,542 for the purchase of fifteen (15) replacement
buses and one (1) bus to be used in expanded service; $430,000 to be used to purchase electronic fare
collection equipment ($400,000 for the Franklin Regional Transit Authority and $30,000 for the Nantucket
Regional Transit Authority); $63,550 in spare parts to be purchased by the Martha's Vineyard Regional Transit
Authority; $15,000 to be used by the Nantucket Regional 5311 Transit Capital Assistance Nonurbanized
This grant application requests $1,565,804.00 of Section Transit Authority to make facility improvements;           3653542
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 ($391,451.00 each) for the
procurement of two (2) state-of-the-art 45' over-the-road coaches. The new coaches will upgrade the fleet
currently utilized to provide intrastate service on eligible rural routes and will afford Massachusetts commuters
a safe and pleasant commuting mode. Mass DOT will purchase the coaches on behalf of the intercity carriers.
The over-the-road coaches purchased on behalf of the private intercity carriers will be fully-compliant with the
Americans with Disabilities Act. MassDOT will retain continuing control of these assets utilizing a similar         1565804
Purchase 2 new hybrid electric 35ft transit buses, 3 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 vehicles,
Replace 3 HVAC units a intermodal center, purchase maintenance equipment, security camera upgrades at
the transit facilities,lighting and electrical upgrades, fire alarm/prevention system upgrades at 3 transit
facilities, computer and software upgrades, replace 27ft cutaway buses for transit service, parking control
system upgrade, fuel systems upgrade                                                                                4770014




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 along transit
rights of way. transportation by purchasing new buses and ADA vans, investing in transit enhancements
Invest in public                                                                                                    26718250
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 flexed highway funds.
These activities are intended to support public transportation effectiveness and utilization in the 24-member
communities in the Hampden and Hampshire Massachusetts' counties that are served as well as stimulate
economic activity through job creation and/or retention. The buses to be purchased include sixteen 35' low-
floor transit buses and thirteen, 40' low-floor transit buses that have an expected useful life of twelve years.
The vehicles being replaced have exceeded their useful life by twelve years. The 29 transit buses are
This grant will allow MART to invest in public transportation of allowing us to purchase new vehicles and           16259453
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 allow us to bring down the
maintenance costs by reducing fuel quantities and the disposal of olders buses which have higher
maintenance costs than a new vehicle under warranty. A budget allocation of $2.225 million is for construction
of a vehicle storage facility at 840 N. Main Street in Leominster, MA. The A&E is complete and was funded
through grant MA-04-0004 for $1,485,000. The ARRA funds will pay for the actual construction. MART, at
this time, has a large number ofAuthority which are stored outside. The construction of this vehicle storage
The Berkshire Regional Transit vehicles (BRTA) will invest in public transportation via: The replacement of         3227669
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
exceeded their useful lives by either age or mileage; Initiate an Intelligent Transportation System installation,
designed to provide the residents of Berkshire County, Massachusetts the latest transit technology including
Automatic Vehicle Locators, Next Stop Announcers, Automated Passenger Counters, Computer Aided
Scheduling and Dispatch software and hardware. Procurement, installation, and implementation of
components, computer hardware and software to integrate with upgraded Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP)           1454391




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 15 new transit buses, of which 4 will be hybrid-diesel/electric
powered, and other revenue vehicles. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) upgrades for the entire WRTA
fleet. AE Design work related to building a new bus transfer station at Union Station in Worcester, MA .
Replace computers, bus shelters and modify garage doors to accomodate the hybrid-diesel/electric buses.             12418572
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 facilities. Fall River and New Bedford maintenance facilities.
1--The Authority is replacing the HVAC systems at the                                                              3853088
The current HVACs were over 30 years old, very inefficient, unreliable and required regular repairs. The new
systems 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 and software with a newer version. The new
hardware and software is utilized for operations of the ADA demand response function. The new system will
allow us to better utilize new software capabilities and improve the efficiency of the operation; it utilized
$32,600 of ARRA funding.
3-- The Authority replaced six demand response vehicles. The new vans replaced two 1999 Aerotech and               9122985




Invest in public transportation by purchasing and 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 security infrastructure, design and construction of
alternative energy infrastructure, and operating assistance for expanded public transportation services.           6353225




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 and software.                                                    7326177




Purchase of 2 replacement 30' transit vehicles                                                                      676150


Invest in public transportation through the renovation 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 building will include
municipal uses such as the Council on Aging, youth and veterans services.MVRTA bus service will serve this
Transportation Center.                                                                                             7202661




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
service.                                                                                                           99846188




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 service
levels through contract assistance.                                                                                54110000
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 the MARC BWI station.                                              15176485




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 Overhaul.              17100000




Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public transportation. This project is the replacement of Halon
The funds in this grant agent with Novec 1230.
1301 Fire Suppressandare awarded to Locally Operated Transit Systems to invest in public transportation.                522000
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 station, bus stop
and bus terminal projects include the acquisition of bus fare collection equipment, surveillance and security
equipment, bus route signage, bus passenger shelters, and miscellaneous bus station equipment. Bus
support equipment and facilities projects include the acquisition of shop equipment, ADP hardware, mobile
fare collection equipment, miscellaneous support equipment, support vehicles, administrative facilities
renovations and rehabilitation and renovation of existing administrative and maintenance facilities.                   7425244

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, D&E electrical system upgrades, shop equipment, computer
hardware and software, support vehicles, miscellaneous shop and office equipment, bike racks, p/i vehicle
shelter, rehabilitation of diesel fuel pumps, electrical rehabilitation, facilities rehabilitation, DMT/AVL’s, p/i
radio system, and transit enhancement projects.                                                                        36267802

Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public 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 upgrades, Light Rail
substation installation, MARC CSX trackwork or equipment improvements, MARC Laurel Station platform
rehabilitation, MARC retaining wall rehabilitation at the Muirkirk Station, and MARC and Metro public address
system replacements.                                                                                                   75757941




Transit Capital Assistance - Rural. Replacement of Governor Curtis ferry boat                                          7400000




Transit Capital Assistance - Rural                                                                                      709443
Transit Capital Assistance                                                                                       5156662




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 jobs in the construction and manufacturing industries.    524072




To invest in transportation that will provide long term econmic benefit by replacing 3 old vans with new ones.     82000




Invest in public transportation through purchase of ultra-light zero emissions buses                             2200000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new low-floor, plug-in hybrid electric tranist buses for the
replacement of conventional diesel buses.                                                                        2590000


This grant provides funds for replacement vehicles 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 provides
funds to meet the needs of Intercity Bus service. The expected outcome of these activities include creating
and saving jobs in the construction and manufacturing industries.                                                13343514




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 and manufacturing industries.                                       12443615




The NHBP Tribe will procure two (2) transit buses to provide transit services to its Tribal membership.           240000
Bus capital maintenance equipment (spare bus parts), 3 support vehicles, replacement vehicle lift, acquire 70
bus shelters, admin/maint facility renovations Intelligent Transportation System                                   3155510




To invest in transportation that will provide long term economic benefit by replacing 4 old busses with new
ones and opereating funds.                                                                                         1463808




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean diesel buses, spare parts, miscellaneous support
equipment and performing preventative maintenance on existing buses and facilities.                                1609413




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new two-way mobile radio system, installing intelligent
transportation system software and equipment, performing preventive maintenance, and purchasing and
installing signage and security equipment.                                                                         7985140




The Renovation and expansion of the Wealthy 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 efffective maintenance of
federal funded equipment. The project will support the provision of public transportation services.                10603305




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 stops.                                                               4160000




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-
Invest in public support vehicles, rehabilitating bus terminals and an administrative facility.
revenue servicetransportation by renovating concrete driveways and parking areas around the main                   37550020
administrative/maintenance facility and central bus station. Upgrade accounting software to allow finance
data-sharing between departments. Install cameras the administrative/maintenance facility and central bus
station for security. Purchase a back-up power system at the administrative/maintenance facility to allow for
the continuation of operations should the community power supply fail. Bay Metro is purchasing
communications equipment which includes base units, radios, handhelds, communication tower lease and
installation of GPS which will enable better communications with vehicles to ensure public safety. There will
be a purchase of (2) lift replacement vans. Also, we are purchasing (2) replacement, less than 30 foot buses.
The vans and buses will meet the Clean Air Act standards (CAA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act             1279109
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new compression equipment for fueling of alternative fueled
natural gas buses and accessories.                                                                                    1383824

Invest in public transportation by providing for the complete renovation of the Niles Dial-A-Ride Transportation
(DART) office and garage, including but not limited to repairs to the heating, air conditioning, and electric
systems; insulation and window improvements; updates to the lobby, break room, and restrooms;
improvements to landscaping, parking areas, fencing, and facade; and the purchase of a security system.
The grant also provides for a consultant to oversee the construction and permitting processes and ensure a
quality end result. Finally, a portion of this grant is allocated to DART operating expenses in order to preserve
service levels.                                                                                                       410402




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 the
maintenance garage. $780,000 of ARRA funds.
TCATA us requesting                                                                                                   7133486
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 expected life of
seven years
Acquire Support Vehicle - One(1) $25,000 Replace twelve year old staff car used for banking, running parts
and revenue vehicle monitoring
Acquire Shop Equipment - $45,000. - Replace 18 year old floor washer, tire changing equipment and lawn                780000




ARRA funds will enable Battle Creek Transit to make facility improvments, replace vehicles, and upgrade
equipment.has not change since prior report of April 2010. (Doug Britz - 7/1/2010) I have corected the
The award                                                                                                             944000
December 31, 2009 quarterly report in that there we 0 jobs saved since there were no payments to vendors.
Also, as of 12/31/09 there was $9,945.00 in payments to vendors. (Doug Britz - 2/8/10) There was a budget
revision in the 4th quarter. The revision changed the replacement of 3 <30 ft buses to 3 cut-away buses as the
cost went of the original buses increased by more than 20%. There was no revision to the dollar amount.
Reported by Doug Britz January 11, 2010.                                           The award is to cover capital
that otherwise would not be available. The following is a list of vehicles, equipment, and various items to make
LETS more efficient and effective. The list contains: replacement of 3 - <30 ft buses, 1 - 30 ft bus, 3 - ramp
Invest in mini-vans and the purchase of 2 - AVL TV administrative office addition and $645,504 will 20 -
equippedPublic Transportation using $800,000 for anmonitors $3,000 / 1 - Base radio conversion and be used            631171
for renovations to the Rosa Parks Operation Center, located at 615 Johnson Street Saginaw, MI. This project
includes adding on administrative office space (2000 square feet), to include a Board Room and offices for the
GM, Executive Assistant and Asst. GM's, and renovations to the buildings HVAC system, inventory area and
Driver/Dispatch lounge area. The renovations and addition will be constructed on Authority property,
previously utilized as landscaping around the current building. The remaining $1,551,428 will be used for bus
replacement. STARS will purchase approximately five (5), 35' LF Diesel 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 Act                2996932




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 indoor
vehicle parking area.                                                                                                 430107
Invest 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 transit services.                                                             531429




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 REDEVELOPMENT.                                       318889




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 service
in the Ypsilanti area.                                                                                              2290056




Transportation equipment and support                                                                                2043050




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 60 foot articulated buses that are important
in the provision of express service on longer trips in the Metropolitan area.                                       1851573




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 Mobility service.                                                       1100000




Invest in public transporation by purchasing eight new hybrid-electric replacement buses for transit service to
be provided in Douglas, Pope, Stevens, Todd and Traverse Counties in west-central Minnesota.                        845000




Invest in public transporation by purchasing 50 new buses for rural public transit providers and seven (7) new
buses for the provision of public subsidized inter-city transporation services. The award was amended in
March 2010 to purchase an additonal 22 small vehicles for the Metropolitan Council for non-urban transit
services in the Twin Cities Seven-County Region.                                                                    8795588
Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit facility located in Glencoe, MN. The facility will be
utilized for heated garage and storage space for at least 20 small ADA accessible buses, operations/office
space for dispatchers and administrative personnel, and as a transfer hub with passenger restroom facilities
Includes State Program Administration Costs for administration of environmental work and construction
activities for this project.                                                                                      2550000




Invest in public transporation by remodeling an existing Austin-Mower County Area Transit (AMCAT) Transit
Facility at 2801 West Oakland Avenue in Austin, MN. Includes State Program Administration Costs for
administration of environmental work and construction activities for this project.                                255000




Invest in public transporation by constructing a new transit facility to be located at 710 Railroad Street in
Bemidji, MN.                                                                                                      1020000




Invest in public transportation by constructing a new transit hub and adjacent park & ride lot located at the
intersection of Highway 61 and Withers Harbor Drive in Red Wing, MN                                               510000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing hardware and Software for Arrowhead Transit and Meeker
County Public Transit in Greater Minnesota.                                                                       600000




We have requested bids for our new building to be constructed. Bids have been let for doors for the building
and also the concrete and dirt work needed to construct it.                                                       594268




Invest in public transportation by purchasing vans and vehicles.                                                  200000




Invest in Public Transit by facility improvements, ITS improvements, purchasing shop equipment, and making
improvements to the DTA's hubs as well as design work on a new hub.                                               1525004
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 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 improve fuel
efficiency and decrease emissions. Buses to be acquired make use of new clean and efficient fuels, including
ultra low sulfur diesel, hybrid electric diesel and hybrid electric. The buses also will be three different types
depending on required use - small buses-under 30 feet in length for service to those with disabilities while
Standard 40 foot and larger 60 foot buses are used in the provision of regular route transit service.                49524702




          Public Transportation by 1.) Purchasing 9 bus, compliant paratransit fare collection systems.
Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new ADA on-board camera andARBOC buses with a 12-yr duty              159770
cycle expectancy. These buses 'kneel' to a 9' height via a fold-out ramp (no steps) bringing ease and
efficiency to boarding and un-boarding our ADA and ambulatory compliant passengers. These buses will
replace a 20-yr old Orion II paratransit bus fleet. The Orion II was discontinued in 1999. Miscellaneous voice,
data, and surveillance communication equipment were also purchased for use within the new buses. The
vehicles will be manufactured by ARBOC Mobility, a start-up small bus manufacturer located in Middlebury,
IN. 2.) The grant award also provided the opportunity for purchase of an additional staff and maintenance
support vehicle. A 2009 Ford Focus was purchased for use as a staff vehicle for additional street supervisory
personnel. A 2009 Ford F-250 Super Duty was purchased to replace an 18-yr old shop truck. These vehicles             1759857




We will invest in Public Transportation by purchasing 4 (four) 35 foot low floor buses. These buses will be
purchased from Fairfax, Virginia via a piggyback contract with New Flyer America. These buses will have an
expected useful life of 12 years and will replace four of our current fleet that have met their useful life. These
buses meet the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements.            1400000




Invest in Public Transit. Purchase heavy duty buses to replace those that have exceeded their normal
lifecycle.                                                                                                           1766000




Construction of a transit bus garage and maintenance center                                                          1741613




rebuild the city of rochester's downtown bus stop and purchase of a 40' transit bus                                  1723000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new medium duty hybrid bus and bus shelter signage.                      92700
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 destinationsigns for fixed route buses, rehabilitation of shelter concrete
pathways and accessibility and additional new passenger shelters.                                                      1158840




Invest in public transportation by stabilizing transit 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 replacement/repair of
existing draining systems.                                                                                             1289449
The KCATA's TIGER grant will fund investments in the Green Impact Zone, a 150- square block are in the
Kansas City, MO urban core identified as a national model for targeting resources to reverse decades of
decline and abandonment by creating jobs, improving energy efficiency and building neighborhood capacity.
Funds will support sidewalk, street and transit improvements in the Zone. Grant also invests in transit
corridors; funds will support transit infrastructure improvements, including additional transit centers, better
pedestrian access to transit facilities, bus stop improvements, and traffic signal priority for buses. As such the
projects will invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide economic benefits and preserve jobs and
promote economic recovery. MARC will (a) lead program coordination activities between all elements of the
invest in public transportation                                                                                        38686000
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 Transit Corridors, the
State Avenue Improvements, and the Metcalf Avenue/Shawnee Mission Parkway Transit Corridor; (c) gather
data and develop regular community progress reports for all elements of the Kansas City Regional TIGER
Award; (d) develop public information and public communications materials and conduct outreach and
community engagement as necessary; (e) conduct a program evaluation and produce a detailed
photographic and video inventory along with supportive narrative fully outlining the community impacts,                 600000




Invest in Public transportation: This grant funds the replacement of 315 rural public transit vehicles, four
replacement intercity buses and three rural transit facility projects.
Invest in Public transportation:                                                                                       20698281
1.Project description: Transit and Transfer Center Video Surveillance System Funding Fiscal Year 2009
Project location: 820 E. Miller St., Jefferson City, MO. Federal - American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
(ARRA) Lead agency: JEFFTRAN State State Metropolitan Planning Oraganization Transportation
Improvement Planning #2009-13 Estimated Cost: $40,000 Total ARRA funding $40,000 2.Project
description: (2) two, 30 Ft. Low Floor Coaches (replacements)–2009 delivery Funding FY 2009 Project
location: 820 E. Miller St. Federal 5309(Capital Grant) $553,600 Lead agency: JEFFTRAN State State
Metropolitan Planning Oraganization Transportation Improvement Planning # C710 (partial) Local - Jefferson
City Sales Tax $138,400 Estimated Cost = $692,000 Total ARRA funding $692,000 3.Project description:(2)                 831184




Invest in Public Transportation. The projects will involve replacing obsolete ITS equipment, deploying new ITS
technoloty, safety projects, T.E. and facility maintenance.                                                            1385625




Invest in public transportation by installing passenger waiting shelters, constructing a transit vehicle storage
building, installing bicycle racks on trolley vehicles and at trolley stops, and purchasing office furniture.          1070225
Invest in public transportation by supporting five transit 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 of the Eads
Bridge. The Eads Bridge crosses the Mississippi River to connect Missouri and Illinois. Time and weather
have deteriorated the masonry and steel structural elements of the bridge. In this design/build project, the
structural elements to be repaired or replaced will be identified, the necessary repairs/replacements will be
made and the bridge's surface will be completely recoated. North Hanley Parking Lot Replacement & Bus
Loop Improvement: The North Hanley MetroLink Station parking lot provides short term parking for                    41661121




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses; rehabilitating administrative and maintenance office
spaces to enhance energy efficiency, accessibility, and work force effectiveness; upgrade security systems to
meet post 9/11 security requirements at ATA's main operating facility; upgrade and improvements at ATA's
bus stops and bus pull outs along a major transit corridor to better serve the public with safe, accessible bus
stops, and improved traffic flow; performing preventive maintenance activities and operating assistance.            18290424


City Utilities Transit(CU) is investing in public 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 relocation of
employee parking for the Transit/Fleet Maintenance Campus Expansion project; and preliminary work on the
bus farebox project are the projects for this ARRA grant.                                                           2878526




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, upgrade infrastructure and passenger amenities at
commuter lot and operating assistance for transit service.                                                          1092881




Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public transportation by renovating bus maintenance facility and to create
jobs                                                                                                                  52510




Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public transportation by renovating bus maintenance facility and to create
jobs
Section 5311 Nonurbanized Area Economic Recovery grant award. Funds will be used to invest in public                1061782
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
shelters,benches,shop equipment and bicyle racks); Mobility management;Communications; Intelligent
transportation systems technology on vehicles and in call centers; as well as installing secuity equipment at
transit facilities. Funds will also be used to support Mobilty Management positions for regional coordinated
transit systems. Recovery Act fund will also be expended at 100% for operating assistance for a select
number of sub-recipients.                                                                                           17252566




Security fencing, parking lot and lighting for new shop                                                              192000
Have purchased and received training of GPS equipment. (Quarter Ending 09/30/10). In the process of
requesting for proposals for 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 transportation by purchasing one (1) 29' trolley
bus for expansion to service the downtown and universities of the City; purchase mapping software vor a turn-
key transportation management system including all components and related implementation, training and
support services; purchase communications system to upgrade into an intergrated voice and data services for
the transit system.(Quarter Ending 12/31/2009)                                                                        991811




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new 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 represent the expenses,MS Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula ARRA waiting shelters. used
These funds Maintenance Jackson, and to purchase/install pre-fabricated passenger funds that will be                 3300026
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 advanced facility will not
only serve the needs of the transit system, but also improve upon the current service provided to its patrons.
Additionally, the facility will provide an architecturally distinctive building that symbolizes the quality of
management and the transit system's commitment to provide quality service to the citizens of Jackson. The
facility is designed for approximately sixty (60) buses, all of fleet subcategories for buses having turning radii
equal to or less a 40' bus. Typically, functions will include general repair, HVAC repair, preventative              3461148




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 13 agencies throughout Montana.                                11279390




ARRA Construction of a Transit facility.                                                                              340000




Build Bus barn,and storage, Build 8 bus stops, bus wash improvements, upgrade transt facility, add signage to
bus stops,                                                                                                            358471




Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating a Bus 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 Route.                         1884898




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 new 30 foot buses and 2 conversion vans.                             1223819
The City of Raleigh purchased a 23 acre site located at 4104 Poole Road, Raleigh N.C. for the construction of
Capital Area Transit?s (CAT?s) new Operations and Maintenance Facility. CAT?s existing 50 bus facility is
over 30 years old and currently houses approximately 90 buses and support vehicles. The new Capital Area
Transit Operations & Maintenance Facility will be constructed to support 125 buses. It is anticipated that the
build out of the facility will support over 200 buses.                                                               4000000




Purchase one replacement light transit vehicle and 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 willArea Transit System (CATS), aof satisfactory continuing control through the life of the vehicles.
The Charlotte comply with the requirements department of the City of Charlotte, North Carolina, provides              183000
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 Special Transportation
Service (STS). The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) was awarded $3,000,000 in TIGGER funding to
purchase six (6) hybrid electric buses to replace diesel buses which have reached / exceeded their useful life.
In 2011, CATS is scheduled to replace eleven (11) 1998 Nova diesel buses with eleven (11) new 2011 hybrid
electric buses. This project will enable CATS to purchase six (6) of the eleven (11) replacement hybrid electric
buses. This grant is forpublic TIGGER funding, purchasing 141 replacement and 31 expansionof $750,000.
This grant will invest in 80% transportation by or $3,000,000 coupled with a 20% local match vehicles;               3000000
constructing transit maintenance and administration facilities; purchasing bus shelters; maintenance shop
equipment; and technology enhancements for rural trnsit systems; assisting with preventive maintenance for
vehicles and transit facilities; and implementing strategies that result in increased coordination of local and
regional mobility options. All grant subrecipients are exisiting public transportation providers that serve the
state's nonurbanized areas. 2nd Quarter Report 3/31/2010: NCDOT amended this ARRA grant on 12/31/09
to add 13 park and ride lot facilities that will be located in nonurbanized areas of the state, three facility
construction projeccts, and intercity bus projects consisting of bus purchases and signage. Funds will be
provided to the Piedmont Authority for Regional Transportation, Graham County, Hyde County Nonprofit                 33055504




Construction of transportation by constructing and purchasing the following: ROLLING STOCK - CFPTA will
Invest in public a transpotation facility.                                                                           2000000
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 will
replace diesel vehicles with less emission controls. A federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. These buses meet the
CAA and ADA requirements. The cost of the two replacement buses is estimated to be $1,100,000. Two
vans will be purchased to begin a pilot vanpool program with a local employer to reduce emissions and
congestion. CFPTA has determined that we are able to operate and maintain the 2 expansion vehicles.
These grant activities are a CE under NEPA. The vehicles will be purchased under the State of North                  2624582




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 diesel-electric hybrid replacement buses, providing security
training for the transit staff, and providing route enhancements.                                                    3129010




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 cost of
maintaining the bus fleet.                                                                                           2714867
Invest in public transportation by purchasing several 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
purchase and installation of shelters, benches trash receptacles, solar lights and a storage shed to house all
passenger amenities. and Equipment 2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants- Urbanized Area Funding
ARRA funds 2 Buses                                                                                                    4257465
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 upgrades to bus
stops and transfer points, storage building for transit equipment and supplies that will be purchased and
contracted with the supplier for erection on the City-owned property. This storage building will be
approximately 2500 square feet and will require contracting for a concrete pad for installation. Also, an I.D.
card system for elderly and disabled photo cards to show in order to ride the bus for half fare, to be purchased
for under $5,000.
The North Davidson Street Facility was constructed in 1980 and 1981 and includes a two-story (plus                    1577464
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
buses. As a result of the expanding bus fleet needed to serve the region's on-going growth in population and
employment, a South Tryon Street Facility was constructed in 2005 to accommodate additional buses and the
means to service those vehicles. The bus facility on South Tryon Street houses the administrative activities, a
bus maintenance facility, paint and body shop, wash and fuel building, surface parking for 250 buses, visitor
parking, and a parking garage with approximately 300 employee spaces. The renovation and expansion of the             20766306




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, and
signage. public transportation by supporting a portion of the construction activities (30.2%) for a new Transit
Invest in                                                                                                             2773709
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 consists of the
programming and schematic design of the facility, site design, permitting and the site work construction
phase. Phase 2 will include a 64,000 SF facility building design and construction. Over the past five years,
GTA's ridership has doubled (2M to 4M passenger trips) with the implementation of improved services and
vehicles. Therefore, a new transit facility is desperately needed to replace an aging facilty that no longer
meets GTA's needs. This project is one of the city's priority facility projects that will significantly enhance the   5455967




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean diesel buses.                                                 2083715




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, including
transfer stations and Assistance Grants - This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $700,000 an
2009 Transit Capital shelters.                                                                                         991722
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 docking/communication
systems. This project will have an estimated useful life of 12 years. This grant applies the 2009 ARRA
Formula allocation of $145,000 for 2 non-revenue LTV service vans. These will be used to augment late buses
and missed stops as well as serving as driver relief vehicles. These support vehicles will meet the Clean Air
Act standards (CAA) and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. They will have a useful life of
4 years. This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $100,000 for furnishings and equipment for            1265000
City of Asheville is purchasing 5 clean diesel buses and 10 shelters. Henderson County is purchasing two LTV
and 1 Van.                                                                                                           2590439




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new low 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, performing preventive
maintenance on all existing and new vehicles and the purchase ARRA Formula allocation of $2,081,079 to bus
Invest in public transportation by applying a portion of the 2009 of hybrid support vechiles.                        2532222
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 addition to
vehicle purchases, passenger amenities will be added to make existing bus stops accessible, automatic
vehicle locating equipment and software will be installed on paratransit vehicles, and new service will be
implemented. Specific projects are as follows: Davidson County Transportation: Purchase one (1)
expansion 25' LTV with wheelchair lift and 3 bus shelters Guilford County Transportation: Purchase 5
expansion 20' LTVs w/ wheelchair lift and GPS tracking units High Point Transit: Add bus stop landing pads           1021079




The City of Raleigh purchased a 23 acre site located at 4104 Poole Road, Raleigh N.C. for the construction of
Capital Area Transit?s (CAT?s) new Operations and Maintenance Facility. CAT?s existing 50 bus facility is
over 30 years old and currently houses approximately 90 buses and support vehicles. The new Capital Area
Transit Operations & Maintenance Facility will be constructed to support 125 buses. It is anticipated that the
build out of the facility will support over 200 buses.                                                               7623717




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-AID vehicles
to replace aging fleet.                                                                                              3810207




225 Bus Stop Signs to be as follows: 2009 TransitCity of Goldsboro, NC.
This application is funded installed throughout the Capital Assistance Grants- Urbanized Area Funding                855922
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 ratio of
100/0 will apply. These buses will meet the Clean Air Act standards (CAA) and the American with Disabilities
Act (ADA) requirements. The fleet status section of TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We
are able to operate and maintain this vehicle expansion. These grant activities are a categorical exclusion
under NEPA. This application is funded as follows: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act – Transit
Capital Assistance Program (Urbanized) This project will use $(150,000) of ARRA funds for electronic farebox         1527492




Invest in public transportation to purchase expansion vehicles and construct 2 park and ride facilities              2552823
ARRA 4 Transit Shelters to include concrete pad work, shelters, solar lighting and amentities such as trash
receptacles, and bike racks.                                                                                      95000




To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits. House buses in six (6) paratransit locations that are currently stored outdoors in order to
protect electronic components from extreme weather and extend use-lives. Purchase new over-the-road
coaches to replace agining vehicles that have traveled in excess of one (1) million miles. Purchase dispatch
software to make operation more efficient.                                                                       5956263




Sitting Bull College has been awarded an ARRA grant in the amount of $500,000 to expand the Standing
Rock Public Transportation bus garage and purchase one new 20 passenger wheel chair accessible bus.              500000




Federal Transit Adiminstration grant to be use for equipment purchases to enhance current tribal transit
program.                                                                                                         311000




Invest in the public transportation by purchasing new fixed-route buses, para-transit buses, transit support
vehicle, and rehabilitate transit building.                                                                      1404227




Invest in public transportation by purchasing replacement and expansion buses, a farebox system, a shop
service truck, and bus shelters.                                                                                 2460032




Purchase two 35 foot low floor buses and one 35 foot low floor hybrid bus.                                       1176567




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 services.                                                                9811054
TO INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY CONSTRUCTION. Maintenance Facility                                            235030




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, and enhancing
Automated Vehicle Locator technology.
Invest in public transportation. These funds fully funded the replacement of (14) 1995 and (10) 1996 diesel         3798058
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 in Circular
4220.1F. The buses meet Clean Air Act (CAA) standards and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
requirement. These funds partially funded the purchase of (10) Motorola radios and (4) Motorola hand-held
radios. The radios were procured in accordance with FTA Third Party Contracting Guidance as provided for
inCircular 4220.1F. These funds fully funded the purchase of Genfare Farebox (GFI) farebox parts. The
farebox equipment was procured in accordance with FTA Third Party Contracting Guidance as provided for in           9879481




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 & lubricants, etc)                3960983




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 and the facility and operating support.                                  3322782




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new trolley busses, rehabilitating busses, performing preventive
maintenance on existing busses, and the rehab/renovate innercity bus terminal. Acquired support vehicles.
Purchased softwared upgrades. Created new website.                                                                  1417282




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 vehicles.           1814000




INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION THROUGH 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 NEW
HAMPSHIRE.                                                                                                          434975
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
subsidy.                                                                                                         500282




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 useful life standards.                                         2040000




ARRA grant in support of Section 5309 program. Power pole and line replacement for PATCO transit agency
line. This project replaces an antiquated and unservicable system that was installed over 40 years ago. This
project shall ensure safe and efficient power distribution along the enitre transit line. 1) HBLR Danforth
NJ TRANSIT is investing in public transportation by advancing the following projects:                           4979571
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
additional capacity and flexibility in Hudson-Bergen Light Rail operations. 2) Enhanced Track Rehabilitation
Project: The Enhanced Track Rehabilitation Project involves the installation of ties on NJ TRANSIT's Atlantic
City, Montclair and Main Lines; Replacement of rail on NJ TRANSIT's Morristown Line; Replacement of
switches in Hoboken Terminal; and other system-wide track improvements. 3) Commuter Rail Rolling Stock
Rehabilitation: The Commuter Rail Rolling Stock Rehabilitation Project involves repairs and replacement of      66600791




To provide training for transit systems through the delivery of 34 Project Management for Transit
Professionals and 6 Management of Transit Construction Projects sessions.                                        900000




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 maintenance
facilities.                                                                                                      250000




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 and non-profit organizations.                        4838468




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 shall ensure safe and efficient power
distribution along the entire transit line.                                                                     5538924
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 circulation improvements on the
west side of Newark Penn Station in Newark, NJ. A mid-block roundabout will be constructed along with
some traffic calming work & realignment of Alling St. with Raymond Plaza west. Also, upgrades to traffic
signals & roadway lighting, taxi queuing & an intercity bus loading area & other related improvements will be
completed. 3) Local-Access Link/AC Jitney Minibus Purchase: Purchase approx. 24 vans, 137 minibuses &
57 sedans toDepartment both programs. 4)will invest theInstallation:Recovery and Reinvestment Actof approx.
New Mexico modernize of Transportation Bus Shelter American Siting, purchase & installation funds for               298703208
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 Bernalillo), including 4
tribal governments. No funds from this grant will be expended on State administration, and as per the
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, no local match will be required. Seventy-one transit vehicles will
be funded under this grant totaling $5,370,440. Thirty-nine transit vehicles are for replacement of older transit
vehicles, of which 26 vehicles are 15-passenger buses, 11 vehicles are 15-passenger vans, and two vehicles
are 40-foot buses. Thirty-two transit vehicles are for expanded or new service, of which 15 vehicles are 15-        12255602




Ohkay Owingeh will invest in public Transportation vehicles and other capital assets by June 2011.                    156000




The Pueblo of Laguna will invest in public transportation by constructing a Maintenance Garage and the
Purchase of Equipment to service and house the Transportation Vehicles.
The City of Albuquerque will invest in public transportation by purchasing fare boxes, installing ticket kiosks,      200000
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 total amount available
for Transit Capital Assistance in the Albuquerque Urbanized Area under ARRA is $11,388,245. The
acquisition and installation of fare boxes, self-serve ticket kiosks, bus stops and support vehicles are projects
which have the greatest potential to achieve the goals specified in the Recovery Act while meeting identified
high priority needs within the Albuquerque transit community. Further, it is noteworthy that all projects are
conformity exempt and categorically excluded as defined by 23 CFR 771.117(c), thereby meeting the quick-            11388245




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 of our existing transit fleet.                                                       790312




The City of Santa Fe will invest in public transportation by purchasing replacement buses, mobile security
equipment and passenger shelters. These activities will invest in public transportation infrastructure.              1370372




This grant is to invest in public transportation in Las Cruces, New Mexico, including upgrades, maintenance,
Capital(security camera system), bus stop improvements, Mobile Data Computer/Automatic Vehicle
technology and restroom facility.                                                                                    1713911
Invest in public transportation by purchasing up to four (4) NEW FLYER LOW FLOOR 60' HYBRID
ELECTRIC DIESEL ARTICULATED BUSES. The current buses are no longer adequate for the current
service level. The new buses will be designed to meet future operational capacity, encourage further use, and
maximize functional efficiency. Funding is on multiple grants. All four buses have been delivered, accepted
and paid for as of 09/30/10.used to invest in public transportation through the development of the Sahara
Recovery Act funds will be                                                                                           3000000
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 portion has
been funded by the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) of the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). Sahara Avenue is a radial corridor located near the center of the
developed metropolitan area of the Las Vegas Valley. The 150-foot wide right-of-way is a major arterial that
provides access to the heaviest employment centers along with extensive areas of existing and planned
commercial and residential development. The project will be constructed to permit outside-running buses to           34400000




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
automaticBuses, 4locators for the buses and will invest operatingtransportation by providing for the Reno-
ARRA: 2 vehicle vans, 3 cars This project providing in public funds to run transit providers.                        7350247
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 Shuttle
Buses ? 4 15-passenger vans ? 3 passenger cars Fixed Route Tribal Transit System: Two new shuttle
buses will be used to enhance the current fixed route tribal transit system that the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony
has operated for over five years using its own funds from tribal businesses. The transit system is used by
tribal members to get between the Reno tribal community and the Hungry Valley tribal community located 18
ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 vans, 3 cars This project areas of the Reno-Sparks Indian by providing community has
miles away that compose the two residential will invest in public transportation Colony. Eachfor the Reno-            328668
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 Shuttle
Buses ? 4 15-passenger vans ? 3 passenger cars Fixed Route Tribal Transit System: Two new shuttle
buses will be used to enhance the current fixed route tribal transit system that the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony
has operated for over five years using its own funds from tribal businesses. The transit system is used by
tribal members to get between the Reno tribal community and the Hungry Valley tribal community located 18
miles away that compose the two residential in public the Reno-Sparks developing a new transportation has
Recovery Act funds are being used to invest areas of transportation by Indian Colony. Each community center           328668
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 intermodal
transportation center in downtown Las Vegas, which will be formally named the Bonneville Transit Center, will
replace a functionally obsolete facility and serve as a hub for bus and Bus Rapid Transit services operated by
the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada. The transit center building will be certified
under ?Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design? criteria. The site has good pedestrian access and
the transit center will integrates bicycle storage and showers for bicyclists using the public transit system. The   33661651

Invest in public transportation by building a new DOWNTOWN RENO TRANSFER STATION: The current
station is no longer adequate for the current service level. The new facility will be designed to meet future
operational capacity, encourage further use, and maximize functional efficiency. Construction of building was
substantially complete as of 9/30/10. Ribbon cutting ceremony scheduled for 10/28/10 and facility will be
open for transit operations on 10/31/10. Funding is on multiple grants. TRANSIT FACILITY PROJECTS:
includes HVAC & Energy; Solar Panels; Bus Wash; Fire Suppressant Systems and Carpeting. Estimated
completion date is 11/30/10.                                                                                         7359598




Invest in public transportation activities by acquiring four (4) replacement buses; rehabilitating existing buses;
acquiring paratransit scheduling hardware and software; and providing operating assistance, preventive
maintenance and project administration.                                                                              1092274
Invest in public transportation with New Starts funds to be used for the Second Avenue Subway, Phase 1
(SAS) project. These funds will be used for the new 96th Street and 86th Street Stations, located in
Manhattan.                                                                                                           78870000




Invest in public transportation with New Starts funds to be used for the East Side Access (ESA) project. These
funds will be several contracts: pre-order of construction materials for Harold Interlocking; pre-order material
for third party systems; the Queens bored tunnel contract; 44th Street Vent Structure and 245 Park Avenue
Entrances; Madison Yard Demolition; Harold Structures part 2.                                                        195410000

Invest in public transportation with the following 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 579, ADA: Bay Parkway-West
End Line, Rehab 18th Ave Station-West End Line, Rehabilitate 20th Ave Station-West End Line, Rehabilitate
Bay Parkway Station-West End Line, Rehabilitate Bay 50th St Station-West End Line, Rehabilitate 25th Ave
Station-West End Line.                                                                                               254407861




Invest in public transportation by purchasing non-revenue vehicles for support to RGRTA's fixed route
subsidiary, Regional Transit Service, and paratransit service, LiftBus Ramps project will invest in public
The grant funds for the St. George Staten Island Ferry Terminal Line.                                                  466000
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 City
Transit buses, taxi service, and passenger vehicle traffic. The project includes the repair and replacement of
deck surfaces, rehabilitation and replacement of deteriorated structural steel, repair and cleaning of concrete
substructure, and the painting of all exposed structural steel. In addition, the city owned vehicular bridge which
is adjacent to the Richmond County Bank Stadium (North Ramp) will be demolished and reconstructed on a
more efficient alignment in order to alleviate traffic congestion at the intersection of Richmond Terrace and        175000000




Invest in public transportation with the following with a New York City Transit Transportation Investment in
Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction (TIGGER) project to install remotely third rail heaters.                          2000000




Hybrid Electric components for bus purchase. These funds allowed us to make 20 vehicles purchased under
NY-96-X001 hybrid electric.                                                                                           3520000




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 design/construction/rehab projects.                              23215240
Fleet Replacements                                                                                                        15737100




Capital Improvements under 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. Improvement of Transit
Facilities and Bus Stops, purchase of rolling stock,support equipment, telephone and computer system
upgrades and Preventive maintenance.                                                                                       1242494


To invest in public transportation by purchasing two (2) 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
GADABOUT Transportation Services, Inc. that operates demand responsive (paratransit) service in Tompkins
County, NY.
Invest in public transportation to support the completion of the Fulton Street Transit Center (FSTC). Located              3367685
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 entire complex ADA compliant. The project
includes the restoration of the historic Corbin Building and the associated operating systems. This is for MTA
Capital Construction?s amended grant. The total allocation to this project is $423.3 million dollars, which will
fund the following contracts: A/C Mezzanine & J/Z Vertical Circulation (Contract 4B), will improve pedestrian
flow by modifying the current multilevel ramp configuration into a single level mezzanine connected directly to
the Transit Center. It will add elevators to improve circulation and allow for improved accessibility. Contract           423325165
The funding in the grant allows the Department to 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 projects, one at a major bus
terminal, and several at our Central Maintenance Facility and satellite bus garage - to inlclude a) the
installation of an oil/water separator at our Cerrato satellite bus facility, and b) the installation of roof railings,
fall protection, modifications to an inground lift, and replacement of overhead heaters at our Central
Maintenance Facility.                                                                                                     13278398




Purchase five (5) new vans containing six passenger and two wheelchair positions and lift for public bus
system. A second project is Security Fence construction and inspection to erect a security fence between a
rail line and a bikeway on the Maybrook II Bikeway Project. The fence will be approximately a six foot high
chain linked fence and approximately 3.9 miles in length.                                                                  1092595




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new transit buses for replacement purposes. This grant will
provide funding for Suffolk County to purchase up to 30 transit buses.The County will purchase 30', 35' and
40' low floor clean-diesel-powered transit buses. These buses will meet the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards
and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. This project will enable the County to continue
replacing its transit fleet in accordance with federal guidelines governing transit bus replacement.                       9458585




Invest in public transportation with the procurement of 32 replacement compressed natural gas (CNG) buses
for MTA Long Island Bus.                                                                                                  14551669
Replacement of a trolley bus that will be of hybrid electric technology to better improve air quality.                    545688


Invest in Public Transportation by procuring three (3) 35 FT hybrid-electric buses, two (2) 40 FT hybrid-electric
buses for Transport of Rockland (TOR), the County's inter-county bus system. We will also procure three (3)
45 FT hybrid-electric over-the road coach buses for the Tappan ZEExpress (TZx) service, the County's
commuter coach service over the Tappan Zee Bridge to Westchester County to meet connecting Metro-North
trains into New York City. The County has amended this grant since the last quarter to include a new project,
operatingpublic transportation with projects for NYCT $269.2M, LIRR $102.8M & MNR $25.8M. Long Island
Invest in assistance. The County will utilize $554,782 (10% of grant) for operating assistance.                          5547824
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, Systemwide Rehab Yard Fencing 8
Locations, Systemwide, Structure Rehab: 63rd St-Bay 50th,West End Ln, Structure Rehab: 9th Ave-63rd St,
West End Line, Rehabilitate 3 IRT Substation Enclosures, Station Work 50th St Station, West End Line
,Station Work 55th St Station, West End Line, ADA: Bay Parkway, West End Line, Induction Loops: 642
Station Agent Booths, Rehab Ft Hamilton Pkwy Station, West End Line, Rehabilitate 71st St Station, West
This project will rehabilitate St North Parking Garage Rehab 62nd Street Station, West Road station, which
End Line, Rehabilitate 79th theStation, West End Line,at the Huntington Long Island Rail End Line, Rehab Bay            397744188
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
rehabilitation work is expected to include repairs to the concrete slabs, concrete work at beams and columns,
cracks and joints, surface scaling, post-tensioning, cove joints, drainage system, mortar joints at coping
stones, concrete work at rail post pockets, masonry brick, caulking, and concrete stair treads; as well as
replacements of waterproofing membranes, coping stones, safety guardrail cables, and concrete stair tread
nosing plates; plus painting and miscellaneous items.                                                                    1091375




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 for our fleet.                                                                    4514000




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 for expanded service in the Newburgh Urbanzied Area.                8900000




The purpose of the award is invest in public transportation to purchase 39 replacement vehicles for an aging
transit fleet.                                                                                                          12299477




Purchase rolling stock. Up to seven hybrid/electric transit buses and four para-transit buses                            4051619
The purpose of this grant is to invest in public 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 in New York
State.                                                                                                                 24430788




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
NYCDOT operates the system.
storage and dispensingStaten Island Ferry (SIF) system that operates between St. George Ferry Terminal in              15796418
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 district and other activity
centers. The major assets of Staten Island Ferry system consist of a fleet of eight passenger ferries, the St.
George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island, the Whitehall Ferry Terminal in Manhattan, New York, several support
floating stock, bridges, slips, ramps, and a ferry maintenance facility with auxiliary buildings. This project will
invest in public transportation by carrying out preventive maintenance activities of the Staten Island Ferry
system assets, for three different the followingDry-docking services forProject to finish the interior of the Ulster
Invest in Public Transportation in projects: 1) areas: 1. Construction ferry vessels through a third-party             46747237
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 energy use for the
Ulster County Transit Center. Cost of project $450,000. Construction Manager has been awarded 2.
Purchase and install a 15,000 gallon fuel tank to ensure access to fuel. The fuel tank will enable Ulster
County to purchase bulk fuel at a reduced rate and also enable Ulster County Area Transit to consider using a
bio-diesel blend in keeping with FTA`s clean fuel program goals. This fuel tank will reduce the energy use and
pollution caused by frequent deliveries over time. Cost of project $175,000. Construction Manager has been             2535006




The ARRA funds are invested in transportation, specifically for necessary preventive maintenance and bus
The City of Poughkeepsie in be Project 100% Federal ARRA
Replacement as describedwill the utilizing Descriptions below. funding for the purchase of two (2) hybrid-             1535510
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 system to
it's full effectiveness. Preventive Maintenance equipment such as vehicle lifts, cleaning equipment,
maintenance software, fuel dispensing equipment and miscellaneous facility equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD31)and
vehicle diagnostic equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD57). This grant will also fund Intelligent Transportation System
(ITS) software and equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD45) as required by FTA guidelines. The City of Poughkeepsie
has serviced over 400,000 customer a busover the past year, thesebus wash that is no longer functional, and
This award includes the purchase of trips wash to replace the old new hybrid-electric vehicles will enhance            1970278
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 bus drivers
to exit their vehicles upon arrival at the Garage during off duty shifts. Two 35 foot transit buses will be
purchased to replace existing buses that have met their useful life. By replacing these buses our fleet will run
more efficiently and we will have a spare bus to use in the event that the others need maintanence or service.
the cutaway bus will be used to replace an existing bus and expand our paratransit service. We will be better
able to service our ADA these funds as operating assistance to help support the bus operations in the
Orange County will use passengers and our seniors with this purchase.                                                   857400
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 infrastructure
investment with funds made available under the Recovery Act. Purposes: (1) To preserve and create jobs
and promote economic recovery. (2) To assist those most impacted by the recession. (3) To provide
investments needed to increase economic efficiency by spurring technological advances in science and
health. (4) To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-
term economic benefits. (5) To stabilize State and local government budgets, in order to minimize and avoid            1686778
Preventive Maintenance and Bus utilizing 100% Federal ARRA funding in the amount of $1,400,154 for the
The City of Poughkeepsie will be Replacement                                                                              460000
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 (TIP PIN 8TRD31) and
Operating assistance (TIP PIN 8TRD50). The City has already received an allocation through ARRA grant NY-
96-X023 for the fareboxes in the amount of $88,000 and $25,000 for the ITS software. The last part of this
grant is for the Final Design and Engineering of a Transit Hub (TIP PIN 8TRD42). This Transit Hub will be
more accommodating to the users of the various transit services. The location will remain the same as the
current location which is Main and Market Street. Currently, there are two bus shelters on the street and this is        1400154




To invest in public transportation by rehabilitating two 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 );
Preventive Maintenance (Rail); Force Account and Proj. Admin.
A comprehensive conservation analysis conducted for the GCRTA reported more than 60% of facility-related                 11182724
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 fixtures, control
systems and roof upgrades at selected facilities. With the completion of these energy efficiency initiatives, the
GCRTA will b e able to produce an aggregate energy savings of over 6,310,009kWh/yr and $499,912
annually. The facilities selected were based on where the greatest savings would be achieved and ultimately
where the most long-term gain would occur from energy retrofitting. The following facilities were surveyed and
identified with Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs): Central Rail Maintenance Facilities, Centralcity
The Kent Central Gateway (KCG) will be a transit center that will improve the connections between Bus                    2257000
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 and
Akron; serving as a transfer point for numerous PARTA routes; and providing a comfortable location to load
and unload passengers with special needs away from the traffic along a major roadway (Main Street). In
addition to the transit benefits, the KCG offers the potential to incorporate businesses and community uses,
which help to make it a destination that citizens can be proud of and spur economic development of the
downtown.invests in public transit by purchasing 104 buses, 2 vehicle security systems, several bus
This grant                                                                                                               20000000
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 maintenance that will be invested in the public
transit vehicles. This investment in public transit will preserve and create jobs throughout Ohio by providing
safe, accessible, and reliable transportation to essential services, training, and jobs. This public transit
investment also improves the statewide transit fleet condition. This improvement will reduce the vehicle
maintenance cost while improving air quality. The cost savings generated by the ARRA funding investment
will be reinvested in public transit service enabling rural transit systems to continue operating.                       9901034




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 improvements.                                                                                         3423200

This grant invests in public transit by providing funds 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 onto a
current building that was constructed with federal transit funds through the rural transit program. All of these
transit systems currently house their vehicles outside. This project will provide indoor storage and an area to
perform their own preventive maintenance work.                                                                           7316000
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, andinvehicle transportation facility. There five be parking area expansions and repair projects as well.
To invest public maintenance by purchasing will replacement small buses (14 passenger), purchasing                      9197000
eight small vans, and purchasing four service vehicles (one service truck and three four-wheel drive vehicles
to provide essential services during bad weather and to back up daily operations). All vehicles being replaced
are several years past their normal useful life cycle and the new vehicles will be more fuel efficient and help
reduce routine operating costs. In additon we will be replacing shop and office equipment which is past it
normal useful life. This grant will also allow for some facility improvements including a covered parking area
to better protect the buses and extend their useful lives. Finally this grant will allow us to do necessary
maintenace on our vehicle fleet and facilty to ensure all assets are maintained to the highest standards, thus
To invest reduce transportation which will include the following projects: Approximately half of these funds
helping toin publicoperating cost in the future.                                                                        1640909
will be used to replace buses which are beyond their useful life. These buses are more prone to breakdowns
and a lower quality of service. Four of the vehicles will be hybrid electric which will help to reduce vehicles
emissions and costs of operation. All replacement buses will have bike racks (the old buses do not) which will
allow a greater level of intermodal operability. We will also be replacing a smaller bus with a larger one to
handle the increased demand on one of our fixed routes. Which will allow for greater passenger loads and
better service. We will purchase support vehicles which will replace support vehicles that are over 12 years old
and well beyond their useful life this will reduce expenses and allow us to focus more of our revenue on our
services provided to the and installs electronic destination signage for used to renovate our a GPS/MDT project
This project: purchases public. The second half of the funding will be 20 buses; enhances operations facility.          1411706
to be implemented this summer; equips all the fleet with electronic fareboxes with smart card capabilities;
provides an automatic bus washer; provides security cameras for the current outdoor vehicle storage area;
adds the capabilities of dealing with the flex service via the current computerized scheduling system; convert
our traditional and very limited phone service to a professional and very customer friendly phone call center;
provides security cameras in the money counting room; provides various pieces of shop equipment, including
a brake lathe, transmission flush machine, waste oil burner, and diagnostic equipment for transit vehicles;
provides power generators at the administratative offices and service provider offices; provides an agency
vehicle to be used by administrative staff to monitor the routes and services, distribute marketing materials,          1664997


Invest in public transportation by purchasing new hybrid buses, performing preventative maintenace 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 and trash
receptacles will be purchased and installed throughout the City to provide equipment to enhance the
passenger Transit experience.
To invest in Public Transit by purchasing twenty five replacement 40' low floor public transit buses. These             17540253
buses meet or exceed current Clean Air Act (CAA) standards and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA)
requirements and will have a service life of at least 12 years or 500,000 miles. GDRTA will also purchase
twenty two replacement smaller transit buses (less than 30' long) for use with our Project Mobility service to
the disabled community. In additon GDRTA is also using funds to perform preventive maintenance on
existing buses, facilities and equipment to ensure that all assets are properly maintained as well as for
approved operating assistance. Both of these projects will improve customer comfort and operating
efficiencies. It is anticipated that both projects will also help retain jobs in the public transit / vehicle
production industries.                                                                                                  18253478




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 Citywill Springfield will also use the ARRA tear downOperating Assistance. HVAC
The ARRA funds of $1,198957 of be used for the following projects: funds for the old Admin Building,                    1619240
control unit for the Admin Building, one cut-a-way paratransit van, Preventative Maintenance, ADA and
rehab/renovate maintenance facility. 1. Demolition of old Admin Building- this building has not been used
since 2004, when the new admin building was built. This is a safety issue. Siding has blown into the street on
windy days. This project should take three weeks to complete. 2. HVAC- This will save the ACRTA on
electric and heat expenses by having more control. 3. Cut-a-way paratransit van- this vehicle has an expected
useful life of seven years and is replacing a vehicle that is past it's useful life. This vehicle will meet the Clean
Air Act standards and the Americans with disabilities Act requirements. 4. Preventative Maintenance- By
being able to use preventative maintenance at 100%, we have been able to keep three people employeed.                   1198957
The ARRA funds will be investing in public 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 by increasing
services, maximizing available resources, ensure accurate and efficient schedules and increase safety and
security. - Facility cameras and a keyless entry system to enhance the safety and security of staff and clients
as well as preserve and extend the functionality and serviceability of LCTB capital assets. - Parking lot
resurfacing and striping extending the life of the facility parking lot. - Bike racks for two (2) buses to connect
with the communities multi-modal systems.                                                                              589532




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 new busses, fareboxes for all vehicles in our system, and bike
racks for a majority of the vehicles in our system.                                                                    260000




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 current operations.                                             559059




The grant award totals $1,671,558 for the purchase of 2 ADA Vehicles, A Vehicle Maintenance Lift,A Bus
Wash Facility, New Roof and improvements on 2 existing facilities, Preventative Maintenance and ADA
Service activities. Also Operating assistance and bus shelter acquisition                                             1671558




Invest in public transportation by purchasing six commuter style buses, four 40? low floor diesel buses, nine
less than 30? Paratransit buses. Rehabilitating a bus storage garage by replacing the roof, replacing three
bus hoists, rehabilitating an employee parking lot, purchase bus shelters and trash cans forgrantshelters.
AMENDMENT ONE: This amendment in the amount of $926,578 together with the original bus award of                       8352605
$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 been completed.
ORIGINAL GRANT: These ARRA funds allow the Authority to invest in public transportation by furthering the
construction of the new Paratransit/Small Bus facility; by renovating the McKinley Avenue administrative
offices/bus maintenance facility; and by contributing to the Fields Avenue facility, ground up renovation. The
McKinley Avenue facility will be replacing 28 hydraulic lifts, installing both an in-ground tire pressure check
and a brake dynomometer as well as upgrading the Fleetwatch system with fluid dispensers. The vehicle                 16214025

Invest in public transportation-this grant will provide 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. The purpose of the
investment is to preserve and create jobs and promote economic recovery. The funding will accelerate
completion and decrease overall project costs, and the project provides equipment to increase transit
ridership.public transportation by purchasing new buses, performing preventative maintenance on existing
Invest in                                                                                                             3518934
buses and facilities, investing in equipment to maintain the existing facility, installing software and hardware to
improve service to the paratransit division through an interactive voice response system, and transit
enhancements. The funds will be used to purchase ten vehicles for the TARTA fleet and eleven vehicles for
the paratransit division of TARTA all of which are less than 30 feet in length. The buses will replace vehicles
that are past their useful life which are expensive to maintain and are not efficient. The grant will also be used
to purchase thirteen thirty-five foot buses to be used as fixed route buses. These buses will also replace
vehicles that are well past their useful life. The purchase of all of the buses will allow the agency to perform
more efficiently with less mechanic issues. A portion of the grant will be used for operating assistance to           8500200
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, providing project administration and operating funding.                         5145273




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 12 new vehicles; purchasing bus shelters; purchasing a fuel tank;
and purchasing computer and communications equipment.                                                                  848579




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, replacing a roof on the existing administrative and
maintenance facility, add surveillance equipment to the same facility, purchase yard maintenance, vehicle
diagnostic equipment and fuel pumps, purchase scheduling/dispatching software, and upgrade computer
hardware.                                                                                                              675713

Invest in public transportation by restoring and 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 maintenance on
buses. The maintenance facility will include office space, restrooms, parts storage and a mechanics shop.
Purchase of 3- 30 Ft. buses replacing vehicles that have met their useful life of seven years. Purchase/install
intelligent transportation systems technology on vehicles. Operating assistance to preserve jobs and service.         4015535




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 located at 2000
Summit Road, Kent, OH 44240.                                                                                          1298212
The award is for Transit Capital Assistance to account for the capital cost of contracting under FTA Section
5307 Urbanized Area 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
training programs, and to travel to employment interviews. The expected outcomes include enabling these
young people to prepare for, find and retain employment, as well as providing for the continued employment of
NITTS personnel operating, scheduling, dispatching and maintaining tranist vehicles who otherwise would not
likely be retained.                                                                                                    514420




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-
To invest system.
wide radioin public transportation by: replacing light-duty (paratransit) vehicles; rehabilitating heavy rail cars;   3629943
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
(Clifton); upgrading rail crossings and capitalized maintenance. In March 2010, this grant was amended to
include: public art, landscaping and real estate lease related to the transit center; real estate acquisition
related to the Westlake Park-and-Ride Project; miscellaneous communications equipment (collision
avoidance/pedestrian alert devices); operating assistance; preventive maintenance, engineering and design of
tunnel (Airport); construction of rail station, public art and landscape enhancements (East 55th); project
administration of the transit enhancement design (Clifton); station rehabilitation and renovations (Woodhill);        32765975
The overall purpose of the project is to invest in public transportation.Project Details Washington County,
Ohio is collaborating with the City of Marietta to convert the former Ohio National Guard Armory into an
Intermodal Center. The Intermodal Center will be a meeting point for citizens and tourists to gain access to all
modes of transportation available in the City of Marietta. The FY 2009 ARRA Urbanized Area Formula funds
requested in this application will be utilized for the following activities associated with the Intermodal Center
project: final engineering plans and construction for 'Passenger and Traffic Enhancements' to improve access
to the Intermodal Center in Marietta. In addition to final engineering, the enhancement project includes:
redesigning and resurfacing traffic lanes, walkways, passenger shelters and landscaping, so that passengers
and buses can safely utilize the intermodal center. The funds in this grant application also will be utilized for       393234




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 new busses, operating assistance to reduce the strain on the
local budget, and computer hardware/software that will improve marketing and public awareness.                          394392
This grant will promote economic recovery, as well, as invest in transportation in 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. This grant also
provides funds to the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) for real estate demolition of the
Rockefeller Bridge, which spans over the GCRTA joint territory rail tracks. This bridge has been closed to
traffic for over four years due to structural deficiencies. The project will include the relocation of a waterline
and communication ducts currently attached to the bridge. Indian Reservations Program (Tribal Transit
Invest in public transportation for Public Transportation on                                                           2150816
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. through 5
p.m. The Tribes' CATT service will provide demand responsive transports only after 6 pm. during the week,
all day on Saturday, and part day on Sunday, but the demand responsive transports will start approximately
six months after the fixed routes have begun based on the ridership of the deviated fixed routes. The intent is
to meet unusual circumstances and weekend shifts for employment. The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes hava a
contract with Fuelman to fuel and provide preventative maintenance for vehicles in which they have a contract           419301




USDOT-FTA transportation infrastructure project in partnership with ODOT. 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 will be purchased.                                            16923315




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 transportation is very limited.                                     480374




The purpose of the award is to convert part of the existing transit vehicles to CNG making the Seminole
Nation Public Transit more environmetally efficient. The location is Seminole, Ok on a portion of tribal
property. The scopes shall be to install CNG fueling center, convert Transit Vehicles and plan other energy
saving strategies.                                                                                                      330169




The grant is for the purchase of (3) ADA mini-vans, (1) CNG 11-passenger ADA shuttle bus and (2) ADA 14-
passenger buses to accomadate the tribal transit needs for the Nine Tribes of NE Oklahoma and Pelivan
Transit Consortium's service territory. We will also remodel a storefront office owned by the tribe in the
downtown area of Miami, OK that will be utilized for the multimodal tribal transit and rural transportation
programs' Dispatch Center. This office is located at 125 N. Main, Miami, OK                                             473277
This award includes several capital projects. Projects are all located in Lawton, Oklahoma and serve various
purposes. 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 line item includes the purchase of support vehicles for $75,000 that are used as supervisor
vehicles for daily route supervision. Mobile surveillance equipment is included in the award for $70,000. This
equipment was used to upgrade surveillance equipment on LATS fleet vehicles. Shop equipment is included
in the award for $100,000. This line item will be used to purchase and install an automated bus was system at
the LATS facility. The purpose of the wash system is to improve bus maintenance processes by reducing                1466299




Invest if public transportation by purchasing five (5) new Compressed Natural Gas buses.                             1881530


The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority (MTTA) 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 downtown transit station,
purchase new radios for our fixed route buses, security equipment, passenger shelters, and contract out the
operation of ourthis grant is to invest in public transportation in the Oklahoma City area. provider. being
The purpose of non-fixed route ADA paratransit service to a demand-response service This is                          8853448
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 will be constructed on the
Oklahoma River. Along with that, 40% of the contracted operations cost for the river service is funded through
this grant. All facilities will be outfitted with enhanced security and access control equipment. The real-time
bus information system that keeps waiting passengers updated on the arrival of the next bus is being
enhanced by adding automatic vehicle locating equipment to buses. In order to preserve bus service and bus
driver jobs, 10% of this award is to partially recover associated operating costs. As a result of these              10021473




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 bus stops and facilities.                                                                2899317

Purchase two high-speed passenger rail train sets. 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 with the existing
equipment to meet current and planned performance, as well as promote economies for servicing and
maintenance. In addition to preserving the existing service, acquiring train sets supports Oregon?s goal of
increasing the frequencies of state-supported service.                                                               38400000




Invest in public transportation by initiating Street 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 Systems;
Commuter Train Horn Noise Reduction Equipment and Willamette Shoreline Rail Trestle Repair.                          11642396


This project uses federal funds to begin design and preliminary engineering for a new SMART
maintenance/administrative building. SMART maintenance/administrative facilities are currently located at a
temporary site that does not adequately address the needs of this growing transit system. This project is
being designed to enhance the operational efficiency, system oversight and long-term needs for the SMART
system. Further the building design will incorporate energy efficiency, stormwater management and other eco-
friendly elements.                                                                                                    216576
Invest in public transportation by paying the incremental cost of hybrid technology for the purchase of 15
hybrid electric replacement buses.                                                                                   3000000




Invest in public transportation by replacing existing hydraulically powered engine cooling system with a more
efficient electrically powered system. This technology has been shown at TriMet to improve bus fuel mileage
by over 5%.                                                                                                           750000

Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 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 two
bus shelters, purchasing and installing passenger shelters and route signs, purchasing and installing
computer and security equipment at facilities and purchasing and installing amenities at bus stops and
facilities. public transportation by initiating Street Maintenance Improvements for Bus Priority; Transit tracker
Invest in                                                                                                            14652289
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; Concrete Replacement at the
Center Street Bus Yard; Concrete Replacement at the Merlo Bus Yard; Lighting along the Multi-Use Path
adjacent to the I-205 Light Rail Tracks; Safety Fencing along the rail alignment; Intersection Repairs on
Morrison & Yamhill Streets in downtown Portland; Light Rail Track and Structure Repairs; Westbound
Gresham Central Rail Station Access Control and Illumination; Eastbound Gresham Central Rail Platform
Access Control; Southeast Transit Police Precinct at Clackamas Transit Center Garage; Replacement of                 43667897


Buses - This award will allow for the purchase of three (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 shelters
and stops within the existing public right-of-way for Corvallis Transit System and Philomath Connection
services.                                                                                                            1053488




This grant will improve Rogue Valley Transportation District's (RVTD)facilities and purchase equipment and
buses. Van Procurement, Bus Stop Improvements for ADA compliance, Preventative Maintenance, and
Title: 6                                                                                                             2429712
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
are less expensive to purchase and maintain and get twice the fuel mileage. 2) Bus Stop Improvements -
This project will be primarily the design and construction of between 100 and 138 bus stop pads to bring
current stops into ADA compliance with a minimum 5'x8' pad. Design includes site drawings, bid documents,
survey, topographical, and easement work as needed. The project also includes the purchase and installation
of 100 pole mounted trashDistrict is making an investment in 50 benches. 3) Preventative the following of
Salem Area Mass Transit cans with fire safe ash trays, and public transportation through Maintenance                  937612
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 Americans with Disabilities (ADA),
replacement fareboxes for fixed route buses, Performance Management Software will be purchased to
maximize the gathering of information about services provided, the surface of the Transit Center Mall in
downtown Salem will be re-done to provide for greater pedestrian safety, work will take place for the
installation of a Transit Center in Keizer at the north-end of transit services provided in the community, and
funds are designated in support of operational assistance to support tasks required to complete the above            5164353
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 1,500the federal funds to finalize a bus driver break areayearspublic rest replaced.
This project uses a portion of bus stop signs at district bus stops that will be 20 and old when room building     6467817
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 SMART Central station.
Finally, the funds will conduct preliminary engineering/design and site plan preparation for the construction of
a new SMART administrative building located adjacent to the SMART Central at Wilsonville Station multi-
modal facility. All projects have been designed to ensure increased access for all users of the multi-modal
facility and the design has taken into consideration eco-friendly storm water management elements and
building materials. Further each element is designed to deter crime and ensure public safety at the station         369663




Rehabilitation and expansion of the parking facilities for the Elizabethtown Train Station - Keystone Corridor.    1414728




Rail and transit improvements to stations, track, intends toand power distribution systems.and Reinvestment
The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC) signage, use these American Recovery                                 65662084
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 Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, urbanized area, for use by PAAC. The Project is a 1.2-mile extension of Port Authority's 25-
mile 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 beneathtransportation to renovatethreeexpand the Red Rose Transit Authority Operations expansion
Invest in public the Allegheny River and and light rail stations - two on the North Shore, and an Center           18482383
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 storage; the renovation of the Maintenance Building and the construction of
improved space for equipment and storage; the expansion and renovation of the Administrative Offices,
including the reprogramming of space; the replacement of the 1979 roof on the Administrative Offices; the
replacement of aging heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment and other operating systems in the
buildings; the installation of additional security features; paving; and the use of available technology and
equipment to modernize the facility to include 'green' features and to incorporate energy sustainability           2450000




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 rehabilitations.             30209184




Rehabilitation of the existing Elizabethtown Train Station to include ADA accessibility, electronic ticketing,
climate controlled passenger waiting facility, replacement platform cannopy, etc. - Keystone Corridor.             7970111
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 Intermodal Transportation Complex. As such, the projects funded
under this grant will invest in public transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will
provide long-term economic benefits. These investments will also contribute to preserving and maintaining
jobs and promoting economic LANTA will invest in public transportation. 1. Purchased and received 20 mini
As a recipient of ARRA funds recovery in the vehicle manufacturing industry.                                           4272356
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, each with
an expected useful service life of 12 years. This purchase was necessary to support LANTA's growth plan and
meet ridership projections (about a five percent increase per year) and the LANTA strategic plan to expand
and improve the transit system. 3. Purchase and implement a Real Time Passenger Information and
Automated Vehicle Location / Information System on the LANTA Metro System and Design. 4. Transit
enhancements. Install shelters and make visually friendly upgrades to the Allentown Transit Center. 5.                 9380820




These ARRA funds will be used to rebuild approximately four 35'foot buses and six 40' buses that originally
had a useful lifetransportation This rebuild will extend the usefulRose Transit Authority Operations Center
Invest in public of 12 years. to renovate and expand the Red life for an additional 6-8 years.                         1672019
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 storage; the renovation of the Maintenance Building and the construction of
improved space for equipment and storage; the expansion and renovation of the Administrative Offices,
including the reprogramming of space; the replacement of the 1979 roof on the Administrative Offices; the
replacement of aging heating, ventilating and air conditioning equipment and other operating systems in the
buildings; the installation of additional security features; paving; and the use of available technology and
equipment to modernize the facility to include 'green' features and to incorporate energy sustainability               5144706


Award in the amount of $3,110,693 includes funding for the following projects: The purchase of five (5) hybrid
diesel-electric buses at a cost of $2,650,000; the purchase of 2 new service vehicles at a cost of $100,000;
the purchase of a radio communications system at a cost of $60,000; the purchase of a video surveillance
system at a cost of $120,000; the purchase of office equipment at a cost of $30,000; the purchase of
associated capital maintenance items for the new buses at a cost of $119,586 and the purchase of
approximately 30 bicycle racks at a cost of $31,107.                                                                   3110693




Purchase up to 40 Hybrid buses; transit and rail improvements to stations, bridges, track, train control
systems, Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC) intends to use these American Recovery and Reinvestment
The Port power distribution and structures.                                                                           125229133
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 Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania, urbanized area. The Project is a 1.2-mile extension of Port Authority's 25-mile 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 - two on the North Shore, and an expansion and reconfiguration of Port            43995935




These funds were awarded to purchase three Fixed Route vehicles for the County of Lebanon Transit
Authority. We are using these funds to purchase one 29' low floor bus and two 40' low floor buses.                     1174273
Invest in public transportation by replacing twelve (12) buses that have reached the end of their useful lives,
replacing the authority's computer system, and performing preventative maintenance on existing buses and
facilities.                                                                                                           1877468




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 1 hybrid-electric bus, 1 heavy-duty diesel bus and rehabilitating
the downtown Transit Center.                                                                                          1289689




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 Center.                                                                                       1873360




engineering/design and construction of a bus transfer center and parking and ride facility                            923540




THESE public ARE ASSISTING COLTS WITH low-floor, diesel powered buses.
Invest inFUNDStransportation by purchasing new THE PURCHASE OF FOUR (4) LOW-FLOOR GILLIG                              3866369
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 ANTICIPATES
THE DELIVERY OF SAID BUSES IN EARLY 2011, AND EXPECTS THE TOTAL COST TO BE $2,160,000,
WHICH INCLUDES THE COST OF A SPARE ENGINE/TRANSMISSION. ALSO INCLUDED IS $130,000
FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SECURING THE ENTRANCEWAYS INTO THE MAIN FACILITY. THIS
CONTRACT WAS AWARDED IN AUGUST 2010 WITH WORK BEGINNING IN SEPTEMBER 2010. COLTS
EXPECTS THE PROJECT TO BE COMPLETED BY THE SPRING OF 2011. $249,571 FOR THE PURCASE                                   2576132




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 facility.                                                                   3145794




Invest in public transportation infrastructure that will provide long term benefits by funding the rehabilitaton of
the transit agency's administration building. Also, $100,000 will be used to cover eligible operating expenses
from July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010.                                                                              1542404
The FY 2009 ARRA Urbanized Area Formula funds will supplement RVT's Garage & Office Improvement
Project provided under 10 other federal grant applications.                                                            1171629




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 2 new 35 ft. low floor buses and rehabilitating a train station
canopy to serve as an intermodal transit facility.                                                                     1111400




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,
The first phase of this project and more accessible for people by disabilities.
more environmentally friendly,will invest in public transportationwithdeveloping the first transit facility/park &     879623
ride lot in the City of Washington's business district, which is also the County Seat. This grant will fund the
following tasks which are being performed on this City-owned property: Intermodal Terminal-Engineering &
Design which encompasses NEPA Environmental Review (complete 9/09-CE approved), including Noice &
Traffic Analysis (complete 11/09); project development/property survey/title search/topographic survey
(complete 9/09); initial engineering services to provide an inspection and feasibility report of an existing on-site
parking structure (complete 9/09); and general architectural & engineering services (GAES) (contract award
3/10). Also included is Project Administration (on-going) which will assist in deferring some of the
administrative costs associated with this project. The goal is to construct a park & ride lot, intermodal              886099




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 equipment                          616815




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 new low-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 service ares.                               5427821




Invest in public transportation by renovating and improving the ferry service terminal building.                       675314




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 ferry terminal.                                                           2110579
Invest in public transportation by replacing damaged security fence for protection of FTA Vehicle Maintenence
and Storage Facility and to make improvements and repairs ro fixed route (trolley) stops                               264326




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 systems).                          1388750




This award is for the purchase of one 30ft trolley replica bus, two cutaway buses for 20 seated passengers
and the construction of 30 bus shelters.                                                                               725000


This award will be used to rehabilitate the 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 of our fleet. All these improvements will
make our transportation service more secure, accessible, affordable, and efficient, providing our citizens with
a first class service.                                                                                                 831498

1. Acquisition of one (1) 14 passenger paratransit 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
city to enchace the transit system providing better access to persons with dissabilities and improving security
through direct illumination of the same. Shelters will be built at a total cost of $1,090,000. All 123 shelters will
have a useful life of 10 years.                                                                                        1170000




To assist in financing the acquisition of one (1) paratransit, 10 passanger, cutaway bus including
communications security equipment and two (2) less than 30 ft. buses, 24 passenger capacity including
communications security equipment for use in public transportation service. Funds are currently made
available is three categories: Services in existing routes.                                                            397500




Federal Transit Capital Investments Grants Purchase of transportation vehicles and Improvements to the
existing transit vehicle maintenance garage.                                                                           943750




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
urethane also the disposition of the material.                                                                         150000
Invest in public transportation by renovating and improving the ferry system maintenance building.                     625000




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 Juan Metropolitan Area.                                         22500000
Funds form ARRA are requested to complete the 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 transit users and
drivers. The facilities are to be located on an approximately 700 sq meter lot bordering State Road PR-130 at
the Campo Alegre Community. The useful life of this Mini Terminal (glorified shelter) wil be 25 years. The
structure will be built out of steel with a corrugated aluminium roof. The platform will be concrete and walls will
be made of concrete blocks. The perimeter fence will be built out of galvanized iron steel.                            400000




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 Systems).                          187500




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new maintanance and security equipment to furnish the transit
garage.                                                                                                                300000




Invest in public transportation by installing energy consevation equipment at Tren Urbano facilities, improving
the Ticket Vending Machine system and installing security equipment.                                                  2000000




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; AND
NEW START DISCRETIONARY PROGRAM.                                                                                       675000




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) Paratransit Vehicles                                              1100000
Reconstruction of Sidewalks and Construction of ADA Ramps Along the Trolley Route of the Municipality of
San Lorenzo.                                                                                                          375000




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 systems).                 1144403




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
administration                                                                                                        474949
Invest in public transportation by purchasing two 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 inside the urban
area like, libraries, Museums, Sport Complex, and Cultural Squares to stimulate tourism and develop more
opportunities for our citizen. Furthermore, to maintain an effective transportation service for our citizens, which
consist of 18 stops inside a fixed route, and the people visiting, we need to provide better access to these
services.                                                                                                             205000




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 IS FUNDED AS breaks pads 2009tires replacement. ASSISTANCE GRANTS -
THIS APPLICATION filter, change of FOLLOWS: and TRANSIT CAPITAL                                                       1208942
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 ACCORDANCE
WITH FTA C 5010.1D. A FEDERAL RATIO OF 100/0 WILL APPLY. THIS BUS WILL MEET THE CLEAN AIR
ACT STANDARDS (CAA) AND THE AMERICAN WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) REQUIREMENTS. WE
ARE ABLE TO OPERATE AND MAINTAIN THIS VEHICLE EXPANSION. ALSO THIS GRANT APPLIES THE
2009 ARRA FORMULA ALLOCATION OF $38,600 FOR FORTY (40) BUS STOP SIGNS. A FEDERAL
RATIO OF 100/0 WILL APPLY. THESE GRAN ACTIVITIES ARE A CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION UNDER                                    224100




Invest in Public Transportation by Purchasing Four (4) Trolleys, Four (4) Paratransit Vans and the
Engineering, Design and Acquisition of 20 Passenger Shelters.                                                         1353100




Invest in Public Transportation by Purchasing Three (3) Trolleys and Six (6) Paratransit Vans.                        827463
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,
paratransit.                                                                                                        292500




Invest in public transportation by replacement of conventional petroleum dependent energy/security lighting
with a photovoltaic solar system in FTA funded vehicle maintenance and storage facilities                          1000000




Invest in public transportation by reconstructing a ferry terminal, purchasing equipment for ferry boats, and
performing preventive maintenance to ferry boats and terminals.                                                    8595972




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 25 mini-buses and 20 full size buses, providing for preventive
maintenance and operations.
Use of ARRA funds to purchase two minibuses, make deferred maintenance improvements to Public                      12000000
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
amount of $138,000 of ARRA funds.                                                                  2. Renovation
of Public transportation Terminal to improve ilumination, provide survelliance, repair roof and bathrooms, and
install wheelspots under ALI 11.34.01 in the amount of $56,000 of ARRA funds.
3. Administration cost to comply with FTA regulations such as publication of bids and submittal of quaterly
reports, under ALI 11.79.00 with $2,850 of ARRA funds.                                                              196850




Invest in public transportation by purchasing two (2) trolleys type vehicles                                        263000


Transit Capital Assistance for Urbanized Areas as per 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, preventative
maintenance, project administration, equipment, signage, and operating assistance for public transportation
service which includes trollies and paratransit service.                                                            650000




To assist in financing the acquisition of new equipment for use in public transportation service. Funds are
currently made available is two 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 systems).                                                                                    680000
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
vehicle. expansion, signage, and project administration. The project is for eight 10 year useful life 35 ft., 35
For bus                                                                                                               325000
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 $285,000. The project will
also provide for the purchase of three Pratransit cutaway 16 passenger small buses with a useful life of 5
years to meet ADA Paratransit Program requirements and expand service to the entire Municipality at a cost
of $240,000. 120 transit stop signs will be installed at a cost of $125 each and $16,000 in total along the
Guaynabo City Transit routes. 1% Security expenditure of radio communication system will be installed on all
15 transit system vehicles and the transportation center at a cost of $20,000 to improve system security. The        2000000




Purchase of 3 Paratransit and 2 transit vehicles and instalation of 8 passenger shelters for new transit routes.      710000


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 spillage; above
ground storage tanks; pumps piping and controls to make the system secure. (3) build an inspection pit to
inspect inboard disc brakes.                                                                                          460000


The purpose of this grant is to invest in public transportation with the development of the planned commuter
rail station at Wickford Junction. This funding assistance will be used to construct 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 in the South County region of Rhode Island. It
will also reduce highway congestion, improve safety and provide intermodal connections in the I-95 and Route
1/Route4 corridors.                                                                                                   253273




This grant will invest in new energy efficient light fixtures, saving energy and reducing operating expenses at
RIPTA, public transit agency. A vendor will 1) evaluate RIPTA's lighting used in its various facilities; 2) make
recommendations for improvements that would increase energy efficiency, while, at a minimum, maintaining
the same level of lighting; 3) install the lighting in accordance with the plan submitted by the vendor, as
approved by RIPTA.                                                                                                    345000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing one (1) forty-foot (40') hybrid-electric bus.                           864972


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 equipment for the Paratransit Operations and Support Center; purchasing general shop
equipment; purchasing support vehicles; purchasing security equipment; making investments in rapid bus
service; providing operating assistance; and providing funds to offset the cost of administrating this program.      33036686
The purpose of this grant is to invest in public 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 in the South County region of
Rhode Island. It will also reduce highway congestion, improve safety and provide intermodal connections in
SC I-95 ARRA 5311 Grant. Funds will
the DOTand Route 1/Route4 corridors. be used to invest in public transportation with the purchase of                 4100000
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 and other
transit technology for a statewide technology upgrade for all rural transit providers (computers, servers,
printers, integrated communication equipment and resource management and information sharing software.
The remaining funds will be used for transit facilities construction and/or upgrades. Renovations will include
four (4) transit facilities rehabs, two park and ride lots, and construction of two new transportation facilities.
Also, some funds will be used for operating expenses for five subrecipients.                                         16617727




2009 Tribal Transit Funding, to expand the existing transit services of the Catawba Indian Nation                     240000




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
assistance.                                                                                                           984622




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 Wateree Regional Transportation Authority safer and more reliable.
Santee to offer public transportation service that is (SWRTA) is using the ARRA funds that were awarded to           6478887
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 maintenance costs.
ARRA funds were used for rehabilitating our Maintenance Facility by upgrading the insulation, garage doors,
exhaust, heating and air conditioning systems, painting and replacing roof panels, which will increase the
longivity and viability of the building and ensure that the maintenance staff is working in an environment that is
clean, comfortable, well lit, safe and secured. As such, the projects funded under this grant will be a true
investment in public transportation from the vehicles to the maintenance facility where they are maintained.         1011217




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 timely arrival of all units.                                                 2989341




Invest in public transportation. Project involves facility expansion for Travel Management and Coordination
Center for operation of a one-call center and for the purchase of two paratransit vehicles.                           561000
2009 TRansit Capital Assistance Grant - Urbanized Area Funding Formula Funding Program                                1023603




Invest in public transportation by performing preventive maintenance on existing transit vehicles, rehabilitating
of existing transit vehicles and facility engineering/design for a new bus maintenance facility.                      955525




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 buses, 2 sup. vehicles, rehab 1 bus,purchase 20 mobile fare
coll. equip. 28 GPS systems and operting assistance.                                                                  1820168

The CMRTA will purchase approximately 10 heavy-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 Center. The project
includes interior painting, replacement of interior ceiling tiles and flooring improvements in the restrooms, as
well as the addition of exterior sidewalk coverings to protect waiting and transferring passengers, and,
improved interior and exterior signage.                                                                               5346374




Purchase of 10 replacement transit vehicles, purchase of 5 expansion vehicles, automated vehicle locators
and mobile data consoles for vehicles and preventive maintenance for transit fleet                                    1023603




          Public Transportation purchasing three 35' low-floor buses, six will be utilized in support signage.
Invest in public trasportation byby purchasing six (6) service vehicles thatstandard bus shelters andof an on-        1208633
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 evening
periods when ridership demand is greatest. By utilizing ARRA funds in this manner, it is expected that this
service can be expanded to best meet the overall ridership demand and growth patterns in our community. In
particular, the ability to increase the vehicle service fleet will enable us to expand the reach of this affordable
and effective public transportation option to more residents in the following ways: (1) incorporating early start
times; (2) greater schedule flexibility; and (3) offering increased seating capacity for current and future riders.   410000




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
management and information sharing software).                                                                         604111
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 out grown
their previously constructed bus facility.                                                                           7372825




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a tow truck capable of handling 18 & 22 passenger buses and
constructing bus shelters                                                                                            350000




ARRA transit capital assistance for muncipal bus service for Rapid City, SD. The project consists of revenue
rolling stock, bus shelters, bus benches, support vehicle, mobile display terminals, two way radios,
surveillance system, bus stop signs and fare box vaults and cabinets. In addition funds will be programmed for
renovation of existing bus terminal/transfer facility.                                                               1255528




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 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 improvements to the bus barn
and administrative facility, both inside, outside, and on the grounds.                                               2609162




Knox County CAC Transit will invest in public 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.                                            586247




To invest in public transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits by purchasing 10 each paratransit buses and 1 each 40' low floor bus.                              1459772




Invest in Public Transportation by Funding Replacement Vehicles for Transit Fleet.                                   225000




Invest in Public Transportation by Funding Replacement Vehicles for Transit Fleet.                                   365954
To invest in public transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits by purchasing two (2) each 40' low floor buses                                                        553007




Invest in public transportation by designing and purchasing new LED light fixtures for its various facilities.          650000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 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, equipment and
fencing.                                                                                                               21168758




purchase one transit bus, 2 paratransit vehicles, ADP hardware and software, relocation costs, construct
adminstration bldg                                                                                                     1085613




Invest in public transportation in the Memphis 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 Information Signs and Project
Management.                                                                                                            17772565


Invest in public transportation by purchasing 6 new 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 administrative
building, completing preventive maintenance to agency buses, purchasing bus shelters and signage, and
completing rehabilitations to two rail stations.                                                                       4672108




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 Fleet.                                                                            5811349




Invest in public transportation by purchasing one low-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 associated capital maintenance
items.                                                                                                                 1960794
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 Disabilities Act compliant shelters in Franklin, TN.                                  310000




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 computer-aided
paratransit scheduling.                                                                                              1472011




Funds awarded to invest in public transportation. 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 existing vehicles and two
vans award is for thefor expansion of paratransit fleet. Depot, this includes grading, stone, concrete, curbs,
This will be utilized civil site work being done at the                                                              1291347
paving, and sidewalks, replacement of sewer and water lines from the street up to the building, installation of
flag pole, water run off drainage tile, excavation for the drive way, parking lot, ADA accessibilty standards are
being met in this process. There will also be a retainage wall built where excavation has been done for the
driveway and parking lot, once all the concrete, curbs, paving, and sidewalks have been completed then the
landscaping will begin and a wrought iron fence will be installed.The awarding contractor is J&J Contractors,
Inc. 700 West Main Street, Chattanooga, TN 37402_ duns # is 30668958- ccr # is 621215299. The total cost
of the civil site work will be $208,500.00, excluding possible change orders for unforseen cost of the project.
The payment to the vendor is for the preparation of contracts for a total of $297.03                                 855317




Invest in public transportation to increase system ridership through purchase of additional vehicles and
increase operational efficiency through purchase of Intelligent Transportation System equipment.                     2185769




Invest in public transportation by purchasing four replacement transit buses, two accessible vans for people
with disabilities, and support equipment.                                                                            533730
To invest in public transportation, environmental 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 period headways.
The ability to efficiently manage customer visits, bus maintenance, fueling, parking, and security pose an
increasing challenge for the overall operation of the main facility. The rehabilitating of the bus/maintenance
facility will increase our accessibility to customers, improve our efficiency with vehicle movement and
operations, as well as improve our ability to provide better service.                                                9510151




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 expand the
regional van pool program in the area.                                                                               4200000
This grant will be used solely for the purchase of 4 vehicles (two gas and 2 hybrids). The vehicles will be given
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 be determined in the next reporting timeline.           787289


The purpose of this grant is to invest in public transportation, including sytem improvements to existing light
rail line. The grant will improve safety on Houston METRO's Main St. 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, installation of a Bar Signal Overrun System that will detect rail cars
entering an intersection on a ?stop? bar (similar to red-light cameras used for identifying vehicles that illegally
enter intersections), and the Light Rail communications system upgrade.                                               2308667




Funding awarded for a series of pedestrian infrastructure improvments that will enhance access to local bus
and future light rail service in the East End. Project elements include sidewalks, pedestrian lighting, ADA
ramps, pedestrian signalization and crosswalks and other pedestrian amenities.                                        5000000




Construct Intermodal Terminal ARRA funds                                                                              2000000




This project will use $5,000,000 of MPO ARRA funds transferred from the Federal Highway Administration to
FTA to invest in public transportation by improving bus transit accessibility within the Uptown Houston District.
The project includes Liveable Communities Initiative (LCI) pedestrian-transit access streetscape
improvements (sidewalk, ADA ramps, landscaping, pedestrian scale lighting, street furniture).                         5000000




Upper Kirby Management District (UKMD) was awarded $5,000,000 in ARRA funds to enhance the pedestrian
environment and accessibility to transit services on major corridors in the area. UKMD received a Letter of No
Prejudice (LONP) in August of 2009 from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) that targets streetscape
enhancements on 13 key corridors within the district. These corridors are all served by Houston Metro’s
local bus service. The ARRA funds will be used to improve pedestrian accessibility to these transit services.         5000000




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
infrastructure required to recharge these vehicles.                                                                   5000000




The Texas Department of Transportation will invest in 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 will be used for
capital projects only. TxDOT will not use any funds from this award to administer the program.                        32819910
The Texas Department of Transportation will invest in 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. TxDOT will not use any funds from this
award to administer the program.                                                                                         7588110

The Texas Department of Transportation will invest in public transportation by using the remaining 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 for a total grant amount of $10,179,382.00. A previous
grant TX-86-X001 included $32,819,910.00 from the total $50,587,402.00 appropriation for the 5311 program
for the State of Texas. This grant uses 100% federal funds, and will be used for capital projects only. TxDOT
will not use any funds from this award to administer the program.                                                        10179382
The City of Laredo will invest in public transportation 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
have declined in the last two years resulting in a revenue shortfall for bus operations. Last, we will invest from
the ARRA grant one (1) wrecker to be use as a support vehicle for towing buses and other non-revenue
vehicles for the transit system. The City of Laredo in currently working on the bid specifications which is
estimated to be completed by October 31, public transportation with the construction of a portion of DART's
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit to invest in 2011.                                                                         4757091
Irving-1 and Irving-2 line sections which is approximately 9.3 mile Light Rail Transit extension from the
Northwest corridor to Farmers Branch and Carrollton Light Rail Transit line just north of the Bachman Station
to Belt Line Road and Valley View Lane on Dallas Fort Worth airport porperty in the City of Irving. The project
will be built as a double track light rail transit line with six initial stations and two deferred stations until
warranted development makes the deferred stations necessary. The scope of work includes engineering,
design, civil, systems and track construction, utility relocation, and construction related activities. This grant
also funds transit enhancements to include landscaping, pedestrian access and sigange at the Glenn Heights
Park & Ride and for signage at our 35 existing light rail transit stations located in the cities of Dallas,              61241167




Invest in public transportation by purchasing buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus shelters, computer software
and hardware, and renovating our administration and maintenace facility                                                  2371500




The City of Mesquite will invest in public transportation by purchasing low-floor and standard-floor paratransit
buses to serve elderly and disabled individuals. Grant funds will also pay for preventive maintenance on these
vehicles.                                                                                                                 322500




The City of McAllen will invest in public transportation by purchasing seven (7) expansion 35' foot buses for
the fixed route operation.                                                                                               2374158




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 our community.                                                                                2057460
Hill Country Transit District will invest in public transportation by purchasing 8 fixed route buses and 12
paratransit buses, and by painting 6 existing fixed route buses as capital preventive maintenance.                    3489770




Hill Country Transit District will invest in public transportation by purchasing 3 fixed route buses and 5
paratransit buses, and by performing a small amount of capital preventive maintenance.                                1228725




The City of Amarillo will invest in public transportation in preventive maintenace for the Transit Department,
The City for the paratransit program. In addition another by funding into operating.
and 10% of Brownsville will invest in public transportation 10% will gotwo public transportation improvement          3574296
projects for the City of Brownsville. One project is construction of the Brownsville Multimodal Terminal (BMT).
$2,331,569 in ARRA funds have been allocated for the BMT construction. The BMT site is located in
downtown Brownsville at 755 International Blvd, Brownsville, TX 78520. It includes approximately 6 acres for
a transit terminal, bus bays, canopies, and vehicle parking. The transit passenger terminal building will
include approximately 45,600 square feet of gross floor area including space for visitor reception, passenger
waiting areas, intercity bus company counters and administrative spaces, a package express area, transit
office space, public restrooms, security, and administrative office space. The multimodal transit terminal
facility will accommodate a total of 32 buses (14 local and 18 intercity buses) at any given time.                    3631569

The purpose of these funds is to invest in public transportation by supporting the construction of the Concho
Valley Multimodal Terminal: Project will construct a multimodal transit terminal for the City of San Angelo and
the 11-county Concho Valley region. The terminal will support the operations of a consolidated urban and rural
transit district for the City of San Angelo and the Concho Valley region and intercity bus providers. The funds
will pay for the final design and construction of a 10,000 square foot facility. Activities supported include final
design, value engineering, demolition, construction, and construction management and construction phase
services.                                                                                                             1572211




The Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission 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
and software willis funded scheduling 2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants?Urbanized Area Funding
This application improve as follows: and dispatching for our paratransit passengers.                                   913309
Program. This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation of $1,398,838 to bus replacement. We will
purchase approximately 4 each of the ULSD, 500,000 mile, 35-foot, low-floor 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
Act (ADA) requirements. The fleet status section of TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We
are able to operate and maintain this vehicle expansion. These grant activities are a categorical exclusion
under NEPA. These 4 replacement buses are in addition to the 4 replacement buses that are currently on
order in our grant TX-90-X816 for fiscal year 2008. The Wichita Falls Transit System a.k.a. 'Falls Ride' will         1770192


The purpose of this grant is to invest in public transportation in the Houston METRO service area. This
objective will be accomplished by implementing 3 projects: acquisition of 19 light rail vehicles for expanded
service on the existing Houston METRO Main Street rail line; partial funding for design, construction,
construction management & project management to convert existing high occupancy vehicle lanes to high
occupancy toll (HOT) lanes; and acquisition / installation of approximately 40 bus shelters throughout the
METRO service area.                                                                                                   87246910
Longview Transit is using stimulus funds to purchase an Administration and Maintenance Facility, two (2)
replacement buses, an electronic farebox system and computer hardware and software.                                   1269052




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, bus equipment, ADP hardware and software, and
nenovae accessible bus stops and shelters.                                                                            6326792


This grant will fund capital projects for four transit agencies in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Urbanized Area.
Capital projects funded through this grant include: 42 transit vehicles, software/hardware equipment, shop
equipment, security/surveillance equipment, vehicle signage, construction of a vehicle storage facility,
rehabilitation of a maintenance building and project administration. These projects could not have been
implemented without supplemental funding. These projects support public transportation services and air-
quality initiatives in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Urbanized Area.                                                5378360




Invest in public transportation by purchasing buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus shelters, computer software
and hardware and renovating our administration facility                                                               1953732




Project administration,preventive maintenance activities, and capital projects
Federal Transit Administration Grant TX-96-X023: Projects and the costs associated with them include the               992990
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 Construction);
maintenance facility upgrades to accomodate the articulated buses, $350,000; ITC American with Disabilities
Act (ADA) platform improvements $200,000 (Engineering/Design and Construction). With the purchase of the
articulated 60' buses, the stimulus funds will make it possible for The T to move forward years ahead of
schedule on its plan to develop its first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system on the East Lancaster corridor which
is the bus route with the highest ridership. Last January, The T completed a transit signal priority system on        20148975


Invest in public transportation by providing complementary ADA 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-01: Invest in public transportation by providing operating
assistance for Fixed Route bus services, transit enhancements such as bicycle and pedestrian accessway to
transit facilities, and the purchase of seven replacement like-kind buses which include camera surveillance
and security systems for enhanced safety.                                                                             26107448




The City of Tyler will invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 buses to replace aging fleet; add Transit
infrastructure to fixed route to improve rider comfort and security; improve parking lot security at 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 prevent flooding.                        1744631
The City of Beaumont will invest in public transportation by purchasing 8 diesel cutaway paratransit buses,
initial stockage of parts for new CNG 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 administrative facility, modify existing shop facility, and replace
existing telephone system.                                                                                                2362469




SOFTWARE,HARDWARE AND RADIOS                                                                                               192500




These funds will be used for small equipment and to construct and transfer station and new adm offices                    1080586




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 amenities toelderly and disabled citizens will invest funds from this grant for
The City of Arlington's Handitran service for include new shelters, kiosks and signage.                                   31234746
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 replaced
when a 100,000 mile threshold is reached. The ability to replace 2 additional buses will increase system
reliability by enabling Handitran to replace 2 buses before the required threshold is reached. $70,000 for
additional preventative maintenance. Routine maintenance involves replacing items like tires, batteries and
other critical safety related vehicle components. This additional funding will allow replacement of customer
comfort related items, such as worn seat covers and interior molding. $10,000 to purchase 8 additional mobile              600000




The City of Waco will improve the transit fleet by purchasing one 35 foot low floor bus, sixteen Type III
cutaway vehicles, and ten ADA accessible mini vans. Funds from this grant will also help with the preventive
maintenance, the acquisition of scheduling software, and the acquisition of Mobile Data Terminals.                        2909998




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 that will accommodate 900 automobiles.
These investment in public transportation will enable DCTA to offer service that is safer, more reliable, more            2793817
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 planning;
and enhance the passenger experience. Safety and security investments will link DCTA rail and bus
operations with emergency response personnel and dispatch. Purchase Maintenance equipment for current
facility, this equipment will also transition to DCTAs future O&M facility to be constructed in 2011. Bus Park
and Ride In association with the CMAQ the ARRA funds will cover some of the project construction and utility
relocation. Transit Enhancements Construction and installation of passenger amenities along fixed routes                  4143011
INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY PURCHASING BOTH NEW AND REPLACEMENT VEHICLES
AS WELL AS PURCHASING AND INSTALLING INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
TECHNOLOGY ON VEHICLES. ALSO, CONSTRUCTING NEW PARK AND RIDE FOR TRANSPORTATION
SERVICES. Paso will use Recovery Act funds to improve the transit system in the El Paso area by
The City of El                                                                                                       2732816
constructing two transit terminals and approximately 200 bus shelters. The two transit terminals funded by
Recovery Act funds are Westside Transit Terminal and Glory Road Transit Terminal. All three projects were
designed and advertised in early 2009. The Westside Transit Terminal project consists of construction of
transfer terminal facility including waiting areas, public bathrooms, driver's lounge and two semi-enclosed
shelters. The Westside Transit Terminal will also include a 'park and ride' area with over 175 parking spaces,
bike racks and infrastructure for future electric vehicle charging stations. The surrounding street, sidewalk,
lighting and accessibility are also part of the Westside project. The Glory Road Transit Terminal project
consists of construction of transfer terminal facility and parking garage with 436 parking spaces in 7 levels, 5     15092084




Brazos Transit District will invest in public 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 taxi operations located in The
Woodlands. of this project is to invest in public transportation. This project will use $875,182 ARRA funds for
The purpose                                                                                                          1679525
renovation and restructuring of the Island Transit Bus Maintenance Facility in Galveston, TX. Island Transit
operates a Bus vehicle maintenance facility on Market Street that has been in service since 1981 and
provides service for all buses. The facility has experienced deferred maintenance. Island Transit has
completed a thorough analysis of the bus facility in light of its current and future needs. Restructuring of the
bus facility for better use of the building and site is very important. The bus facility must be updated and
expanded to accommodate current and future Island Transit needs and partnerships. Design of the facility is
complete and this grant will provide the final increment of funds needed to advertise for construction bids of
the facility. The estimated cost for the Bus Maintenance Facility is $1,819,000.            The ARRA Grant has       1575182




Invest in public transportation by constructing UTMB Victory Lake Park and Ride Facility at League City and
constructing bus shelters in Texas City/La Marque urbanized area                                                     2624676




The Gulf Coast Center will Invest in public transportation by constructing shelters in the southern Brazoria
County transit service area and supporting three years facility lease; The Gulf Coast Center will provide public
transportaion services in southern Brazoria area.                                                                     371160




ARRA 2009 - American Recovery Reinvestment Act 2009                                                                  1163500
$922,000 is being used to provide new fixed route bus 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, social
services, health and education related needs. The electronic fare media will allow agencies to provide transit
fares without exchanging cash and bus shelters will offer a waiting area out of the weather for bus trips.
Ridership is expected to increase by 40% over the existing service. Local commitments will maintain the
service after the 3 year expenditure of funds.                                                                        922000
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 Act clients.                                                        1159928




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 systems and dispatch equipment will be funded.                   7253443




Acquire 2 hybrid buses and 2 paratransit buses. Facility improvements, primarily to improve security.            1388584




To invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, performing Preventative Maintenance on buses,
maintenance of way, 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 Facility.                          48333398




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 the
administration offices.                                                                                          1109223




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,
training, and support.                                                                                            350000




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, a cleaner source of energy than other sources.               1320000




STP Funds to assist in the completion of the Norfolk LRT project                                                 10000000
To invest in public transportation by purchasing 8 40-foot low floor transit buses to replace vehicles that have
reached the end of their useful service life.                                                                       3120000




Arlington was awarded $1.5 million in discretionary funding through the Transit Investments for Greenhouse
Gas and Emissions Reductions Program. transportation use this funding for the purchase Virginia's rural
This award will be used to invest in public Arlington will and support the capital needs of of CNG buses.           1500000
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 will purchase 5 non-certified
drivers license replacement vans to replace one 19 passenger and four 16 passenger Ford body on chassis
(boc) vans. 2. Bay Aging will purchase seven boc replacement vans to replace seven 14-passenger Ford boc
vehicles. 3. STAR Transit will purchase two boc vans to replace two 18-passenger Ford supreme boc
vehicles. 4. VRT will purchase 32 boc vans to replace four 18-passenger <30ft Ford supreme buses, one 20-
This award will be used to invest in one 13-passenger Ford support boc van, needs of Virginia's rural
passenger <20ft Ford supreme bus,public transportation and supremethe capitalone 16-passenger Ford                  5690415
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 vans. 2. District Three Public
Transit will purchase one 13-passenger, two 17-passenger Body-On-Chassis Vans, and one replacement bus
< 30-ft to replace a 2006 Ford E-450 Diesel 6.0 that was totaled in an accident. 3. Mountain Empire Older
Citizens will purchase four 14-passenger and two 19-passenger vans. 4. Greene County will purchase one
12-passenger Body-On-Chassis van and one 7-passenger Dodge Caravan. 5. Bay Aging, Inc. will purchase
13 Body-On-Chassis vans. 6. Star Transit will purchase one 18-passenger and one 15-passenger Body-On-               4940400




ARRA funding will allow Williamsburg Area Transit 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 number of route disruptions
due to bus mechanical failure.                                                                                      1259175




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 purchase of a mobile
surveillance camera system.                                                                                         12453995




Invest in public transportation through construction of a new SS Maintenance Facility; maintaining EMS
compliance; purchase of additional equipment and software; and various transfer center upgrades.                    24096312




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 shelters and
benches.                                                                                                             899042
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; purchase four new
personal computers (two for the maintenace shop and two for the operations department). In addition GLTC
will purchase a new server (to replace the main server purchased in 2004), and other ancillary
equipment,Purchase software that will allow us to program our GLTC destination signs and `Talking Bus`
announcements, replace purchase replacement office furniture, including office chairs, folding tables, folding
chairs, and operator lounge furniture,Replace five-hundred existing bus stop signs with newly designed signs        5527401




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 buses .                                                                          150000




Invest in public transportation by providing new hybrid busses and installing intelligent transportation systems
technology.                                                                                                         3661563




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 information.         13694262




'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 support forby purchasing seven new replacement 40' hybrid buses, two hybrid spare parts
Invest in public transportation FY 10 operating expenses.'                                                          1588822
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 federal band width
requirements to accommodate expansion service areas and passenger shelter parts to maintain , repair &
replace current & new shelters & bike racks. Amendment #1: This amendment is for the additional $171,748
in ARRA Urbanized Area Formula from the Commonwealth of Virginia's Governor's Apportionment for use by
the Town of Blacksburg for transit operating for Blacksburg Transit to cover the operating period of October 1,
2009 through September 30, 2010.                                                                                    4695412




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 Area.         1383777




The City of Harrisonburg intends to use these FY2009 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 systems
technology on buses.                                                                                                1812963
This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit 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 $51,000 to bus
replacement. We will purchase one <30 replacement bus that has a useful life of 4 years or 100,000. The
vehicle being replaced is a 2003 Ford and it has met its useful life of four years. A Federal ratio of 100/0 will
apply. This bus will meet the Clean Air Act standards (CAA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
requirements. The fleet status section of TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We are able to
operate and maintain this vehicle expansion. These grant activities are a categorical exclusion under NEPA.              106260
The funding from this grant will be used to rehabilitate 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 roof designs. Based on
engineer's estimate, which consists of the average construction cost in the territory, the average cost per bus
shelter is approximately $18,000. There will be provisions made to accomodate live 'Real Time' electronic bus
scheduling and other pertinent information. Based on information from the Department's Engineering Division,
the bus shelters will have an approximate life of over 50 years, assuming regular maintenance.                          1284112

This grant will enable nine providers (Addison County 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 in rural areas
throughout the state. The replacement vehicles to be purchased include: 1 - 40 ft. replacement bus, 2 - 37 ft.
replacement bus, 2 - 32 ft. replacement buses, 20 - 30 ft. replacement buses, 3 - 25 ft ft. replacement buses
and 1 - 24 ft. replacement bus. These projects will help create and retain jobs and stimulate the economy.              3926923




Invest in public transportation by purchasing five new transit buses.                                                   1753649




This project will improve two existing gravel parking lots for park and ride facilities for use by transit riders and
carpoolers on the I-90 corridor. The improvements include paving, drainage, lighting, signage, and
landscaping.                                                                                                             227443


Design, right-of-way acquisition, light rail vehicle procurement and construction of the University Link Light Rail
project. The University Link project is a 3.15 mile extension of the Initial Segment from the Pine Street Stub
Tunnel (PSST) to the University of Washington (UW) Station with an intermediate station at Capitol Hill.
University Link will serve the three largest urban centers in the state of Washington ? Downtown Seattle,
Capitol Hill and the University District. By 2030, the University Link line alone is projected to add 70,000
boardings a day to the light rail system.                                                                               44000000




This is Section 5309 Fixed Guideway funding for vessel preservation and terminal preservation. Preservation
work on four vessels has been completed with these funds. This period additional work has been done on the
Marine Vessel Spokane. Preservation work on the terminals included seismic retrofit work at the Seattle,
Edmonds, Vashon and Bainbridge terminals.                                                                               6699276




Invest in Public Transportation by rehabilitating the existing upper park & ride lot of the Mountlake Terrace
Transit Center to include resurfacing, landscape, lighting and stormwater drainage.                                      425000
Invest in public transportation by paying for the 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 Daimler Buses
North America buses will meet the Buy America requirements for rolling stock. The replacement buses will
benefit all public transit riders in Seattle and the surrounding King County region. The fuel-efficient, low-
emissions hybrid buses will benefit the entire population of King County. As a result of these investments
activities, King County Transit will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable,
more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for people with disabilities.                                    1047041




Invest in public transportation by paying the incremental cost for the hybrid technology on 15 hybrid electric
replacement buses. TIGGER grant was awarded to replace five (5) diesel powered trolleys with five (5)
TIGGER Grant This                                                                                                   3000000
electric powered trolleys, two (2) fast charging stations and one (1) slow overnight charging station. The five
(5) trolleys will serve the urban core of Wenatchee Valley. The RFP was issued in January and awarded to
EBus, LLC, at Link’s March 2010 Board Meeting. EBus is an electric bus manufacturer located in
California. The new electric trolleys are schedule for completion in August 2010, and delivered a short time
after. The electric trolleys are well supported in the Wenatchee Valley, due to the availability of low cost
electrical power. The five (5) 1998 diesel powered trolleys which will be replaced have met their federal life of
12 years old and/or 500,000 miles. As of June 30, 2010, the RFP for the electrical infrastructure has been
issued with an award scheduled for July. This project both eliminates Green House Gas 'GHG emissions for            2925000


This project funds the following facility upgrades/improvements: -Lighting Upgrades for C-TRAN's
Administration and Miantenance Buildings -Mechanical Upgrades for Administration Building Heating,
Ventalating, & Air Conditioning (HVAC) system -Mechanical Upgrades for Maintenance Building -Heating,
Ventalating, & Air Conditioning System Direct Digital Controls Upgrade for Administration, Maintenance, 99th
Street Transit Center, Fisher's Landing Transit Center, Salmon Creek Park & Ride, and Evergreen Park &
Ride -Installation of Solar Panels at C-TRAN locations
Invest in nonurban and intercity public transportation programs by purchasing new buses, enhancing a transit        1500000
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 funding and completion
of a transit station with an adjoining park and ride lot; • Purchase of 12 heavy duty transit coaches; 14
medium-duty, cutaway buses; 2 light-duty, cutaway buses and 4 vans; and new bus shelters, including two
high-capacity shelters, and signage along statewide routes. • Purchase of communication/security
equipment for installation in a transit center and three separate transit bus fleets. As a result of these
investments, the transit agencies will be able to provide efficient, effective, convenient, environmentally         14297473




Purchase of 4 29 foot transit buses. The transit buses are being purchased from Harlow?s Bus Sales through
the State of Washington Contract number 6209- Public Transportation Vehicles. Buses are expected to be
received in the 1st Quarter of Fiscal Year 2011                                                                      398000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing and installation of 12 New Bus Shelters. The Bus Shelters will be
installed along the Yakama Nation Tribal Transit Bus Route.                                                          112000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing six new vans or an employee and student vanpool program.               255000
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 counties, Washington.                                                      335600




Invest in public transportation by purchasing two 14-passenger shuttle buses to serve an unserved transit area        126748




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 for regional express bus service expansion.                   23061105




Invest in public transportation by renovating the Seattle Center Monorail guideways and supports, including
replacement of the electric power conductor rails and providing operating assistance for South Lake Union
Streetcar.                                                                                                           1314011




Invest in public transportation by purchasing four forty ft. heavy duty, hybrid disel-electric transit buses. This
grant will allow Intercity Transit to purchase four low-floor hybrid disel-electric buses. As a result of this
purchase, Intercity Transit will be able to replace aging buses that have alresdy exceeded standard useful
service life. By using ARRA funds in this way we can offer the public transportation service that is safer, more
reliable, more environmentally friendly and easily accessible by people with disabilities.                           2334961




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 40ft low floor hybrid buses, performing preventive
maintenance & operating assistance on existing buses.                                                                70940537




Purchase 12 Replacement Double Deck Buses; Preventive Maintenance on buses and facilities performed by
in-house staff; and General Operating assistance for Fixed Route Service.                                            14134459




Invest in public transportation through the following 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,
concrete bus pads (Transit Enhancement Funds) 7. Fleet & Facility Preventative Maintenance                           5787908
Using Using FY 2009 ARRA fund of $2,376,226 federal (total) 100%. We will continue the construction of the
 09 ARRA (American Recovery which includes a Act) 5307 Skagit Station Rehabilitation and 2 Park and
Transit Base Expansion project,and Reinvestmentnew Administration Building.                                           2659484
Rides - Invest in public transportation by constructing and rehabilitating transportation infrastructure facilities
to support public transportation use in Skagit County Washington. This grant funds 3 projects: 1. South
Mount Vernon Park and Ride in Skagit County, Washington - To invest in public transportation,the ARRA
funds will provide preliminary design, final design and construction management services, for the construction
of a park and ride facility. South Mount Vernon Park and Ride, is a new facility that includes 350+ parking
stalls and a bus island, this facility will also serve as a local and commuter bus service transfer point, located
along Interstate 5.
2. March's Point Park and Ride in Skagit County, Washington - To invest in public transportation, the ARRA             841295




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 public transportation to ensure the financial health by replacing muchregular, daily water transit route.
Invest in passenger) Passenger-Only vessel to be used as a spare boat for a needed equipment which                    2861382
supports the service Link Transit provides. This grant has enabled Link to replace and upgrade the following
projects: 1)one parts deliver truck, 2) two one-ton plow trucks, 3) shop lighting, 4) wash bay bus lift, 5)
upgrade Link's integrated software system, Fleetnet, from the current DOS version to the new Windows based
version, 6) replace three 24 foot, 1995 cut a ways with three new 29 foot buses, and 7) repaint Columbia
Station, Link's intermodel/transfer center. Link's intergraded software system, which integrates finance,
maintenance, HR, time keeping, PO's, inventory and vehicle maintenance, is scheduled to have all modules
installed and completed by April 2010, with a post implementation and quality assurance review in May. The
buses are scheduled for delivery in March 2010, and will be put into service in April for our rural route deviated    1019843




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 maintenance on
existing buses and equipment.                                                                                         10584251




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 buses with new
diesel-electric hybrid buses.                                                                                         11371075




Invest in Public Transportation: Acquistion of five (5) 35-foot transit buses; three (3) paratransit vehicles.        2151005




'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 garage and install GPS system on all transit vehicles.'                          1129826
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 installation of
about 73 Transit Stop Enunciators on the Everett Transit Fleet to integrate technology that will provide riders
with the flexibility to access crucial stops. Everett Transit is developing an Advanced Public Transportation
System project that will improve safety, customer service and increase vehicle efficiencies. The project will
implement a system of advanced electronics and communications technologies as well as management
strategies that will improve Everett Transit's expanding operation. Among the technologies included in APTS         1312285




Invest in public transportation by performing rehabilitation, upgrade and preservation work on the Marine
Vessel Christine Anderson ferry, including replacing and upgrading various components of the vessel's
systems and equipment, and by performing upgrade and preservation work on the Anderson Island and
Ketron Island ferry terminals.                                                                                      1314011

Invest in public transportation by purchasing a 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 vessels
operating the West Seattle Water Taxi and the Vashon Island passenger only ferry services, and vessels for
potential future Puget Sound service. This barge will be procured in accordance with FTA's Procurement
Requirements.                                                                                                       1314011




Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing a portion of one 40-foot Hybrid bus, with an expected useful life
of twelve years. This bus will be funded partially by this grant and partially by Grant WI-96-X011. This bus will
replace a 40-foot diesel bus that has exceeded it's useful life. This bus will be a Hysbrid (saving energy) and
will be used on the City's 'Fixed Guideway', providing long-term economic benefits by reducing single
occupant vehicles in the congested downtown, University area of the City.                                            243232




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 greenhouse gas and
energy consumption.                                                                                                  150000




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 for transit
providers.                                                                                                          20130095




ARRA 1<30ft Bus; 1 Truck & Capital. Invest in public transportation.                                                 200000




Invest in the City's of Oshkosh's public transportation system by purchasing new hybrid-electric buses.             2129877
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 County's Shared
Ride Taxi Services.                                                                                                       779603




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 repair and two new)                     1477900


We will purchase one Diesel Fuel low floor— 35 foot bus that has an expected useful life of 12 years. The
vehicle being replaced has met its useful life of 12 years. This project will also funded a transit facility in Beloit,
WI (construction completed in May 2010). This project consists of a transit facility which includes construction
of a building approximately 40'X 72' with an administrative office, and customer platform with ADA
accessibility. This project also included bike racks, lockers and a waiting room. A Documented Categorical
Exclusion has been approved by FTA.                                                                                       1375000


Eau Claire Transit has done the pre-bulid meeting with Gillig for the purchse of 4 new Gillig 35' foot buses,
and 1 new Gillig 40' foot bus, these buses are going to replace an aging fleet of buses. Also Eau Claire has
payed SEOn Design for the purchase of new surveillance equipment for 14 buses, we where using out dated
video surveillance on board all of our buses, but they are out of date and antiquated when it comes to
technology. Also we are planning to to put an RFP out for the purchase a shop truck to replace an old shop
truck that is a part of our fleet.                                                                                        2035400




This grant applies the 2009 ARRA funds (Section 5307) Area total amount of $2,900,000. This represents the
ARRA funds to purchase 4 29' coaches for Fond du Lac in the Transit                                                       1240000
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 replace buses manufactured in 1982. We
will purchase 4 35-foot 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 Act (ADA) requirements. The fleet status section of
TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We are able to operate and maintain this vehicle
expansion. The City of Green Bay has four options provided from Fairfax, VA. The proposed vendor is New                   2900000
Invest in public transportation by contracting for 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 replace and augment existing units which
are 30 years old. Purchase and install rebuilt diesel bus engines and automatic transmissions to replace
original units in 2002 model year buses which have reached the mid-point of their service life. Purchase and
install automated pass, token and change dispensing machines for installation at the transfer center to
increase customer convenience in using transit.                                                                           1658000




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 radios, and a wheel lathe for the steel wheels.                                  2467500
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing up to fourteen 40-foot Hybrid bus, with an expected useful life of
twelve years. These buses will be funded partionally 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 expected life of 5 years.
These buses will replace four Paratransit buses that have exceeded their useful life. Invest in Public
Transportation by providing Operating Assistance in 2010 to the City of Madison (Metro Transit.                    9502302




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 45 low floor 40-foot diesel buses, replacement fareboxes, and a
new vehicle annunciator system for the Milwaukee County Transit System.                                            25682975




Invest in public transporation by purchasing 5 mini vans and 5 bus shelters for the City of Onalaska, Village of
Holmen & Village of West Salem. The Shelters are here & will be installed in the summer 2010. The mini
vans are on the road since mid February 2010.                                                                       208000

5 repl vans 6 station wagons gasoline                                                                               591323



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 Act (ADA)
requirements. The fleet status section of TEAM has been updated to reflect this fleet addition. We are able to
operate and maintain this vehicle expansion. These grant activities are a categorical exclusion under NEPA.
3. Transit Master software upgrade ($113,000) 4. Farebox system upgrade to include swipe card readers to be
installed on rolling stock, data collection unit, software and hardware necessary for operation of system and
installation of all equipment. ($185,000) 5. Ticket/pass dispensing machine ($50,000) 6. Plow Truck ($50,000)
7. Support vehicle ($45,000) 8. Destination Signs ($75,000), 9. LED Lighting (37,000) Small Equipment
upgrades (35,000)                                                                                                  2540000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean diesel buses and support vehicles.                         2060000
Invest in public transportation with the following 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.                                                                                      1477951

Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean-diesel transit buses.                                     1800000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new medium duty hybrid bus, replace bus wash, purchase
support vehicles, fare equipment and upgrade communication system.                                                1127000




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 tires.                                                                                                 9722574




INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY 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 EQUIPMENT, 15 BUS SHELTERS,
SURVEILANCE CAMERAS FOR THE BUILDING, REPLACMENT CONCRETE, ONE RAIN WATER
BASIN,THREE REPLACMENT GARAGE DOORS, ONE WATER/OIL SEPARATOR, SIX GAS HEATERS,
ONE PHOTO ID SYSTEM, ONE FLOOR SCRUBBER, ONE FORK LIFT AND ONE AIR DRYER UNIT FOR
OUR AIR CIMPRESSOR.                                                                                               1422755
INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY 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 SERVICE
OPERATIONS. PURCHASE TIRES AS PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE FOR THE BUSES. PURCHASE
SCHEDULING SOFTWARE TO STREAMLINE BUS SCHEDULING.                                                                 253129
The Kanawha Valley Regional Transportation 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, miscellaneous bus
shelter equipment, miscellaneous support equipment, rehab/renovation of a bus station and a maintenance
facility, and engineering/design work ($2,970,523). This grant utilizes $2,970,523 in Section 5307 ARRA
funding allocated to the Charleston, West Virginia, urbanized area by the State of West Virginia.                    2970523




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 expansion
vehicle will also be purchased.                                                                                      1000000
The Monongalia County Urban Mass Transit Authority intends to use these American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds for the purchase of three replacement 30-ft buses w/lifts ($950,137). This
grant utilizes $950,137 in Section 5307 ARRA funding allocated to the Morgantown, West Virginia, urbanized
area by the State of West Virginia.                                                                                  950137
The Tri-State Transit Authority in Huntington, West 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 radio systems for the buses and
the Dial-A-Ride (paratransit) service for the seniors are out-of-date. TTA needs to expand fuel storage
capacity. Prior to the recent service expansion, TTA had fuel storage capacity for 7 to 10 days.Expanded
service has increased fuel consumption and reduced the number of days of fuel surplus 'in the ground.' In
addition to the TTA transit fleet, TTA is the chief supplier of fuel for all Cabell County vehicles, including the
Sheriffs Department and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) ambulances and TTA is also the primary backup
fuel supplier for the City of Huntington fleet which includes the police and fire departments. If fuel supplies
were to be interupted as they were with Hurricane Katrina, first responders as well as buses and paratransit
would be crippled. Construction to expand fuel storage capacity could begin in 90-120 days. TTA intends to
purchase and install miscellaneous ADP hardware and software. TTA intends to purchase 5 support vehicles             1510771
Build a six bay garage/maintenance facility for the 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 6 buses
and a hybrid support vehicle for the University of Wyoming Transit Program. Purchase a hybrid support
vehicle for Sheridan Minibus. Upgrade radio communications systems for Goshen County Seniors, Eppson
Center for Seniors, Uinta County Seniors, and Services for Seniors in Wheatland. Maintain state of good
repair through purchase of tires for transit fleets for Sheridan Minibus, Eppson Center for Seniors, Weston
County Senior Services, Campbell County Seniors and Services for Seniors of Wheatland. Purchase and
upgrade dispatch hardware/software for the University of Wyoming, Sheridan Minibus, Eppson Center for
Seniors and Campbell County Seniors. Purchase Automated Vehicle Locator and Mobile Data Computer
Technology for Weston County Senior Services, Goshen County Seniors and STAR. Electronic fare
distribution/collection technology for the University of Wyoming and the Eppson Center for Seniors. Purchase
miscellaneous information and security equipment for the University of Wyoming. Implement a statewide
Mobility Management Project through Wyoming Services for Independent Living of Lander and Wyoming
Independent Living Rehabilitation of Casper. Purchase adaptive equipment for Campbell County Seniors to
add a Lift-a-seat to 2 minivans to allow for entry of mobility challenged individuals.                               6979334
Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit facility                                            400000


Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new buses and by construction of bus stops.                     1231479




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new 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 and reconstructing a public transit
transfer plaza to increase access and mobility to and from the public transit system.                         1089586
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7/10/2009     955701     1067199     1067177
project_name




Transit Capacity Improvement




Village Express Transit Bus




Seldovia Village Tribe Homer Dock & Pier
Improvement Project




Bus Purchase




09 ARRA TTP




Crooked Creek ARRA transit Garage rehab; 3 Vans
FY09 ARRA 5307 Track Rehab, Ship Creek




09 ARRA 5307 Vans (4), P&R, ADA Fac, equip




09 ARRA 5307 Buses (5), Vans (15), Shelters




Purchase paratrasint vehicles




AL-77-0001-00




AL-86-X001-01




Purchase 4 transit buses




ARRA - (10) Replacement; (2) Expansion; equipment
AL-96-X003-00




(8) Vehicle Purchase, Support Facilities and
Equipment, Transit Enhancement




Gadsden Transit Project




Purchase of 17 replacement buses. Rehabilitaion of
maintenance garage. Purchase of bus washer and
vacuum cleaning system. Purchase of diagnostic
equipment and tools.




AL-96-X007-01




Arkansas Public Transportation




CATA Transit Projects




Transit Infrastructure Investments
Fort Smith Transit




Funding to purchase (2) replacement buses under
30ft, purchase bike racks and maintenance of rolling
stock.




Purchase 3 buses, rehabilitate maintenance facility,
support vehicles




Construction of new Admin/Maint. complex




Purchase 3 replacement buses




ARRA: Ferry Shelter; Handicapped Van; State
Administration




Bus Crossover Lane (Bell Rd/SR 51)




Hwy Flex - Goodyear Park and Ride
Formula Grants for Other than Urbanized Areas




Navajo Transit Admin/Maint Facility




Bus Storage and Maintenance Facility- Phase III




Combined - Transit Capital Assistance Grant




09 5307 ARRA Program of Projects




Bus and Bus realted equipment




5311 Transit Improvements in non-urban areas




Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension
Metro Gold Line Eastside Extension




Replace aging traction power substations and
associated electrical support systems located along
the Metro Blue Line Right Of Way and the Metro Blue
Line Yard




Rebuild Diesel Locomotive




Fixed Guideway Modifications include preventative
maintenance, replacement of switchgear, construct a
crossover, interior car modifications, and improve a
station walkway.




Railroad right-of-way infrastructure replacements and
renewals.




Positive Train Control




Preventive Maintenance




Installation of three canopies at the Metro Red Line
escalator entrances.
Replacement Vans (UCSC) - 3




Purchase of three (3) replacement alternative fuel
transit buses.




Hybrid Bus Replacement




Electronic Fareboxes




Vallejo Multimodal Station Construction




GFI Fareboxes




VCTC Signals




Installation of wayside energy storage substation at
the Metro Red Line Westlake Station.
Installation of Photovoltaic Solar Panels




City of Santa Clarita - TIGGER - Installation of Solar
Canopies and Carports at Transit Maintenance
Facility




Solar Power




5311 Transit Improvements in non-urban areas




Construct and Enhance Bus Stops and Stations




Maintenance facility, shelters, buses, and tools.




Replacement of Train Auxiliary Power Equipment,
Cables on Transbay Tube, and Coverboards, Improve
walkway safey at a station, Car Interior Modifications,
and Wheel Truing Machine Study.




Fixed Route Bus Replacement/Vacaville Intermodal
Station
Bus Shelter Construction




Preventive Maintenance and ADA Complementary
Paratransit Service




Shelters, Buses, Garage Modernization, Wheelchair
Scale, Operating Assistance and Non Fixed-Route
ADA Paratransit Service




Buy 4 Replacement Vans, Buy 8 35-foot Expansion
Buses, Acquire Mobile Fare Collection Equipment,
Acquire Mobile Surveillance and Security Equipment.,
Rehab and Renovate Administration/Maintenance
Facility, Bus Stop Enhance, fund Paratransit Svc




Bus Capital and Bus Stop Amenities




Shelters, ITS Equipment and Maintenance Facility




Construct Replace Rail Track




Electric Buses Demo/Facility Improvements
FY2009 ARRA Bus Purchase and Prev Maint




Bus Replacement, bus overhaul, Emergency egress,
Fiber Optics, Traction Power substations, and CNG
compression electrification




ARRA-DOT-Purchase of 16 Buses LAES430




Infrastructure Enhancement and Maintenance
Projects




Preventive Maintenance, Capital Cost of Contracting,
Fixed Route Operating Assistance and Joint Sealant
Projects.




Technology replacements and enhancements; transit
enhancements; right-of-way infrastructure
replacements/renewals; preventive maintenance and
operating assistance.




Purchase of Six Replacement Buses




ARRA - Capital Assistance
Bus Transfer-Hub Center




Replacement Buses




Replacement Bus Purchase, Preventive Maintenance,
and ADA Operating Subsidy




Track, Bridge, Signal & Bike Improvements; amended
to Track, Signal, Bike Improv & Op. As




ARRA Transit Investments




ARRA Transit Capital Assistance for Preventative
Maintenance, Rehab/Renovate Projects, and ADA
Paratransit Operating Assistance




2008-2009 ARRA CAPITAL PROJECTS -Invest in
Public Transportation




Purchase of seven (7) hybrid replacement buses
Transit center electrification, track and bridge
rehabilitation




Purchase Hybrid Buses, ADA Improvements




ARRA Van Replacement, Fareboxes and IT Software




09 ARRA REPLACE BUSES & PM




Environmental document and preliminary engineering
for the Manteca Multimodal Station, branding/route
signage design, purchase of one fixed route transit
bus, and the cost of the Manteca Transit operations
facility lease.




This grant applies our 2009 ARRA allocation to three
capital projects: bus replacement, service vehicle
replacement, and ticket vending machines.




PM/Repower Ferry/Rehab and Renovate Bus and
Ferry Facilities




Transit Operations, Americans with Disabilities Act
Paratransit Operations, Preventative Maintenance,
Transit Enhancements
Preventative Maintenance




Capital Projects / Vehicle Purchase




Norwalk Transit System Rehab of Bus Shelters,
Transit Facilities and Preventive Maintenance of
Transit Vehicles




Lease (46) 40-Ft Buses, Fare Equip. PM & OP




CA-96-X042




1.) COP Debt Service, 2.) Capital Cost of Contracting,
3.) Preventive Maintenance, 4.) Non Fixed Route ADA
Paratransit Service, 5.) Transit Enhancements




Bus Replacement - ARRA Funds




PM/Constr bus station/maint fac/equip
Track Rehab, Positive Train Control




Transit Center & Operations & Maintenance Facility
Expansion




3 Buses, Rehab/Rnvte Maintenance Facility




Transit Capital - Bus Replacement




Lodi Shop Solar Power, Lodi Security Systems, Lodi
Farebox, Galt Preventive Maintenance, Galt Bus
Purchase, Galt Op/Maintenance Facility, Galt Bus
Shelters




Purchase of Eight CNG Replacement Buses




Purchase of 2 Commuter Buses and 2 Fixed Route
Buses




Preventive Maintenance, Information Technology
Equipment Replacement, Replace Support
VehiclesRenovate Yards, Acquire Shop Equipment,
Transit Center Project/Fleet Replacement Project




Transit Enhancement Acitivities at bus stops and
stations




ERP;Farebox;Yucaipa;Vudeo Sys; Preventive
Maintenance




Acquisition of 17 replacement minivans, 1 bus; and a
replacement phone system; rehabilitation of 15 light
rail vehicles; preventive maintenance; ADA
operations; operating assistance




Facility Construction and Cap Cost Contr




Capital equipment and security improvements




El Centro Transit Transfer terminal




Replacement of three fixed-route buses, replacement
of nine paratransit vans and preventative
maintenance of the ADA paratransit fleet.
Preventative Maintenance / Security Power Generator




Fueling Station Upgrade and Bus Shelter
Replacement




Purchase 5 hybrid buses and construct multi-modal
Park and Ride Facility




09 ARRA 5307 FOUR( 4) -35` Buses;ADA Ops




City of Santa Clarita Transit Upgrades




Bus Replacement, Transit Software




Preventive Maintenance and Capital Cost of
Contracting




09 ARRA 5307 Program of Projects
Purchase of 2 replacement paratransit vehicles.




Replace Four Dial-A-Ride Buses and Install Bus Stop
Amenities




Farebox System/CNG Facility Equipment




30' and 35' Bus Replacement and Bus Stop
Improvements




09 ARRA 5307 Bus Rehab and Remfg




Fuel Island Undeground Storage Tank (UST)
Modification




City of La Mirada Capital Purchase: Vehicle Lift,
Security cameras and equipment




Bus purch, shelters, PM
ARRA Purchase Automated Passenger Counter




ARRA Flex Construction of Denver Union Station
Project




Boulder Boiler Replacement Project




East Metro Boiler Replacement Project




ARRA Colorado Department of Transportation-Transit
and Rail Division Primary Recipient Record




Buses Purchase




ARRA: DUS, Rolling Stock, Facility Improvements




2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants - Urbanized
Area Funding Program.
Fixed Route and Paratransit Transit Operational
Costs, Capital Construction and Improvements,
Securtiy Upgrades, and Service Vehicle Acquisitions.




Grand Valley Transit Bus Maintenance Facility




2009 ARRA Capital Projects




ARRA Section 5309 - Purchase of one Commuter
Express Bus for the Hartford Region.




Section 5309 ARRA - New Haven Yard Component
Changeout (CCO) Shop; Danbury Branch CTC
Signalization




Stamford Urban Transitway




Engine Repowering Program




Stationary Fuel Cells & Hybrid Buses
ARRA Section 5309 - Procurement of Bus Rolling
Stock and Support Equipment; Maintenance Facility
Improvements and Purchase of Bus Shelters




Pulse Point Facility Improvements




Engine Repowering Program




ARRA Section 5307 - Statewide replacement of 136
buses and Improvements to Park and Ride Lots.


ARRA Section 5307 - 2009 Program of Projects
consisting of: 1) NHL Station Improvement
Improvement Project, 2) Branford Railroad Station
Parking Expansion, 3) Danbury Branch CTC
Signalization and 4) New Haven Yard Component
Changeout (CCO) Shop.




Rail Improvements & Equipment Purchases




Buses(47), vans(74), station upgrades




Solar Panel Installations
Purchase 5 Replacement Buses




4 Rail Cars, ADA Imp, Facilities
Rehab/Renov Guideway Rail Hangers




FY09 ARRA (1) Locomotives




ARRA 5309 Metrostation, Metrorail, & Metromover
Projects




2009 ARRA FHWA Flex Funds - Two Buses




2009 ARRA FHWA Flex Funds - Two Buses




2009 ARRA FHWA Flex Funds - Two Buses




TIGGER: Fleet retrofits/EMPs (80) buses




PBC - TIGGER - Thermal Motor Fans
Non-urbanized transit capital assistance




Ravenswood Facility Construction, Technical & Stop
Enhancement




Replacement of buses, Park & Ride




ARRA 61 Vehicles, Facilities, Equipment




ARRA 2009-14 Hybrid buses, Communication
system, Passenger Amenities




WHAT (5) Bus, PM, Fare Collection, Surv/Sec




TRANSIT CAPITAL




FY2009 10 Buses, 3 P-T
2009 ARRA - Purchase 9 Transit Buses




Construction Adminstrative/Maintenace Facility for
Public Transportation




Purchase of five Hybrid Buses




ARRA 9 Replacement Buses, TE, Sec Cam




ARRA - Expansion and Replacement of various sizes
of Buses, Renovate and upgradeFacilities




Purchase of buses and paratransit vans, accessibility
and facility improvements, streetcar extension and
maintenance, purchase of fareboxes, fleet paint
rehab, technology improvements and security
measures and paratransit operating.




FY09 ARRA GRANT: Parking Lot & Bus Wash




FY09 ARRA (4) Locomotives
Purchase 9 35 foot Hybrid buses and purchase 5 22'
cutaway paratransit vehicles and Rhab/Renovate
administration facility, transit enhancements,
operating assistance.




Exp-3 Buses/10 vans, Repl-2vans, P and R




Transit Administration Building




Two Replacement Buses; ADA Operations;
Miscellaneous Security/ITS Equipment




Purchase of 8 Replacement Buses, 50 Bus Shelters,
Surveillance/Security Equipment




Vehicle replacement, Construction of new facility,
Operating assistance




Construct Transit Facility




16 buses, 20 vans, rehab and renovations, bus
shelters
SunTran - ARRA




Construct Facility; Bike/Pedestrian Accessibility; Park
and Ride; Amenities




PBC - ARRA 25 Repl Buses, Maint Facility




ARRA 2 Buses, ITS, equip, Transfer Fac




ARRA 5307 Miami-Dade Transit & Municipal Projects -
vehicle purchases, infrastructure, ADA pedestrain
accessibility, CCTV, TOS upgrade, station
enhancements, bus shelters and stop enhancements.




ARRA Capital - Transit Depot (1)




09 ARRA TTP Buses (2); Shelters




Fire Protection System Upgrade
Preventive Maintenance




Design/Build Solar Canopies at the MARTA Laredo
Bus Facility




Georgia Statewide Rural Transit Grant: 182 vehicles,
ITS, facilities, software




ARRA Transit Capital Assistance




The projects include preventive maintenance service,
providing paratransit and fixed route service,
renovation and expansion of the transit facility,
installation of security cameras, and construction
management services for transit capital projects.




ARRA - Expansion Vehicle-PM-Misc-Enhancements




ARRA - (2) Replacement (28) Rehab Vehicles




Preventive Maintenance for Bus/Rail Operations;
Procurement of 17 replacement Clean Fuel Buses
with bike racks; Systemwide Fire Protection Upgrade;
Rail Station security lighting upgrades; ADA
Paratransit Service; and Operating Assistance
Purchase of four (4) replacement buses, three (3)
replacement Trolleys, Enhancement replacement and
security equipment installation.




Five replacements vans, five expanision vans, two
administrative/operations vehicles, preventive
maintenance




ARRA Bus-1/Construct Park & Ride Facilities




ARRA Aug 3 repl bus/1 van/1 truck/misc expense




CAT ARRA 7 replace bus/Trans Enhancement




Georgia Statewide Small Urban Transit Grant: 20
Vehicles, Fare Collection Equipment, ITS, Facilities,
Security/Surveillance Equipment and Preventive
Maintenance




Acquisition of Transit Vehicles (ARRA)
Rural Transit Capital Assistance for the expansion of
service




HI-96-X001-00




Flexed Funding for Rural Iowa Transit Systems




1 Medium Duty Bus - Flex Funds




Upgrade to Hybrid Electric Transmissions




Ames Intermodal Facility




Transit Capital Assistance - Non-urbanized




Transit Capital Assistance-Small Urbanized
Twelve Buses, Equipment, Pavement, Construction.




1 BUS & SECURITY CAMERA SYSTEM




Invest in public transportation by purchasing Mobile
Data Terminals for buses.




ARRA grant to purchase three medium duty buses




Purchase of four replacement buses




Boise ADA Bus Stop Enhancements




Nampa ADA Bus Stop Enhancements




ID-86-X001-01 09ARRA 5311 Bus,Capital, Preventive
Maintenace, Mobility Management and Operations
09 ARRA TTP Bus (3), Shelters, Washer




Citylink Transit Passenger Transfer Facility.




Shoshone-Bannock Tribes TTP Program




Boise Buses, Shelters and Information Technology




Targhee Regional Public Transportation Authority




Transit Improvements




Nampa Buses




ID-96-X006-01/5311 ARRA Grant
Repair Track & Structure, Preventive Maintenance,
Facility Improvements, and Reconstruct Rail Stations




2009 Bridge Rehab/Signal Upgrade




Transit Investments in Greenhouse Gas and Energy
Reduction




Solar Thermal Hot Water System




Paratransit Bus Hybrid Program




Construction of a Multimodal Transportation Center




Replace 74 buses, 24 vans/Rural transit facility
improvements




ESTC Construction
Repair Track & Structure, Replace Buses, Preventive
Maintenance, Facility Improvements, and Reconstruct
Rail Stations




2009 locomotive Rehab/Station Renov




Purchase 15 biodiesel replacement buses.




Purchase 58 replacement fixed route 30' buses,
Puchase 190 replacement paratransit vehicles, and
purchase 76 replacement support vehicles for
maintenance and supervisory personnel as well as
staff at Headquarters.




Construction for Bus Facility




COMMUNICATIONS, SHELTERS, ROLLING STOCK




Vehicles and Communication Equipment




Purchase of seven buses and associated capital
maintenance items.
Purchase 2 35' transit buses, design and begin
construction on upgrade or lot adjacent to the bus
garage.




GPMTD Transit Capital Investment (Bus Purchase)




Capital Projects: Buses, vans and facility
improvements.




Administration Facility Roof/ Parking Lot Resurfacing,
Fuel Island




1: Buy Replacement 40-ft buses (8) and 2: Acquire
Bus Passenger Shelters




Begin and complete the replacement of NICTD's
signals and control system.




Purchase and installation of free standing windmills
on GLPTC property to provide electrical energy used
by GLPTC.




Rural transit capital assistance program.
Replacement Bus Purchase




Replacement and Expansion Bus Purchases




Purchase up to 6 replacement trolley buses, 1
expansion trolley bus, 6 replacement vans, 6
expansion vans, and purchase and install
communications and office equipment to support
transit system operations.




Replacement buses and remodeling of maintenance
facility




Preventive Maintenance & Capital




IN-96-X007-00 (3 Hybrid 30' buses, 6 (22) passenger
vans, shop equipment, TE)




Begin and complete the replacement of NICTD's
signals and control system and replace station signs
and maps with new ones.




Preventive Maintenance / Bus Replacement
Bloomington Downtown Transfer Facility




Buy replacement 40-FT buses,rehab mobile fare
collection equipment,acquire support vehicles,acquire
telephone system,purchase communications
system,construct passenger shelters, provide security
lighting for shelters,rehab ac power/lighting system.




Dispatching Building and Buses




Replace 6 35' buses, rehabilitate maintenance facility,
provide transit enhancements, operating assistance




Transit Capital Assistance for Operating Subsidy
Projects




Transit Capital Assistance for Building Renovation &
One Revenue Vehicle




ColumBUS Transit Transfer Station #1




CAPITAL - FIX ROUTE BUS (1),SERVICE
VEHICLES(4), DEMAND RESPONSE (2) VANS AND
OPERATING ASSISTANCE
Transportation Investment Generating Economic
Recovery (TIGER)




Rolling Stock, Bus Support Equipment and Facilities,
and Signal and Communication Equipment.




Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation Enhancement and
expansion of existing transit service.




Facility Improvements and purchase one low-floor 40'
wheelchair accessible bus




35ft Replacement Buses




ARRA Fixed-Route Bus Replacement




Van Maintenance Facility, Paratransit Vans, Bike
Racks/Lockers, ITS, Hybrid Staff Vehicles, Capital
Cost of 3rd Party Contracting, HVAC Unit,
Preventative Maintenance, Operating
ARRA-Fixed-Route Bus Replacement




35ft Replacement Buses




ARRA STP 8 Paratransit Vehicles




KY 5311 ARRA Nonurbanized Area Stimulus




KY 5307 ARRA Bowling Green & Etown




Facility renovation and purchase of equipment.




ARRA Funds for Buses, Facilities and Operating
Assistance




ARRA Funds for Buses, Lift, Generator
ARRA grant for transit captial improvements




AARA Funds for Equipment




Acquire shop equipment and misc support equipment
and rehab maintenance facility




St. Charles Crossties




Purchase of 91 vehicles, preventive maintenance,
survelliance/security, miscellaneous equipment, 4
intercity buses, bus garages, and retrofitting motor
coaches with ADA lifts




ARRA Capital Assistance Program




Purchase of Rolling Stock, Capital Equipment, Bus
Stop Amenities, Preventative Maintenance and
Operating Assistance for Jefferson Transit, Jefferson
Parish, LA




Upgrade of the St. Bernardh Parish, Louisiana,
SBURT Transit Facilities and Support Equipment
Pur. 1 Bus,Shelters,Security,PM,Signage




Rehab and renovate bus terminal




Purchase replacement buses, vans, support vehicles,
and preventive maintenance




REPAIR CHALMETTE FERRY LANDING




Purchase replacement buses, radios, vehicles,
equipment and provide operating funds.




Replaced bus stop signs and poles. Purchase &
repaired transit shelters. Renovating administrative
and maintenance facility and downtown bus terminal.
Contracted with transit management company for
Project Manager services. Purchase a hybrid bus.




This grant is to provide capital funding for
improvements to the Houma Urbanized Area public
transit bus system. It includes new transit buses,
maintenance equipment, fare collection and
communications equipment.




Abita and Hwy 434 Park & Rides and Preventive
Maintenance
Purchase buses, renovate facility, preventive
maintenance, purchase miscellaneous equipment.




Purchase of two new vehicles and provide
preventative maintenance on existing buses.




Preventative Maintenance




ARRA Bus Stations-Stops-Terminals




MA-06-X002-00 - Buses and related equipment




Systemwide commuter rail improvements include
stations, facilities, bridges, double tracking, signals
and a new interlocking; as well as emergency tunnel
signage and Dudley Station safety and customer
enhancements.




Improvements to Attleboro Commuter Rail Train
Station




Installation of solar photovoltaic panels
Procurement of ITS/Communications Equipment




Transit-related tools and equipment




Bus Wash, ITS Equipment & Roof




ITS & minibus




Intelligent Transp Systems, Facility A&E




Transit Coach (1)




Preperations and initial design of the Fall River
Terminal.




Procure/Install Electronic Fare System
Purchase of one replacement 30' transit vehicle




Construction of a Transportation Center in the City of
Amesbury




Key Bus Route Improvements




Wonderland Garage/Blue Line Lobby




Wedgemere Accessibility/Red Line Floating Slab
Work




Installation of solar photovoltaic panels




Install two wind energy turbines at MBTA commuter
rail facilities: in Kingston (100kW) and Bridgewater
(up to 600 kW).
ARRA 16 Buses-Facility Improvements-Equipment




Operating, Coaches, Hybrid Bus, AVL




vehicle Surveillance camera upgrade, 3 new
maintenance vehicles, fuel tank reconfig, equipment
replacement, computer upgrades, office equpment
replacement, security and lighting upgrades,radiant
heating, scissor lift, fence and gate replacement




Procure paratransit vans, construct bicycle parking
facilities, provide bus stop/service enhancements,
extend Silver Line bus rapid transit service, improve
ventilation at Back Bay Station, and repair fencing
along transit rights of way.




New buses and ADA vans, transit enhancements,
operating assistance, transit facilities rehabilitation,
and transit-related tools and equipment




Buses/Construct Storage Facility/Equipment


BRTA’s program of projects include: The
purchase of five replacement minibus vehicles;
Acquire ITS technology for 22 fixed route vehicle;
Perform Preventative Maintenance on fixed route fleet
and facilities; and flex 10% of award for operating
assistance.




Vehicles, ITS, Equipment, Facility A&E
Purchase of Hybrid buses, transit coaches, operating
assistance, preventative maintenance, AVL/GPS for
paratransit, cameras for fixed route service, facility
repairs and capital parts




1--Install two HVAC Systems
2--Update Demand Response Software
3. Purchse of 1 30 ft Fixed Route Vehicle




Cape Cod Smart/Green Transit Initiative




Purchase bus, minibus, vans; construct
improvements at train station, bus terminal, walkway,
prev. maint., scheduling software, ADA service;
SmartCard & software




Purchase of two replacement 30' transit vehicles




Construction of Office/Maintenance Facility
Renovations n Haverhill and Transportation Center in
Amesbury




Purchase hybrid buses, rehabilitate bus facilities,
double track a portion of the Fitchburg commuter rail
line, make improvements to Ashmont Station, and
reconstruct ramps and areaways associated with
enhanced Silver Line rapid bus transit service.




Rebuild Orient Heights yard track, install emergency
lighting, replace substation control batteries and
tunnel pump room equipment, repair Back Bay
Station roof, structural repairs at N. Quincy and
Braintree Stations, and provide operating assistance.
MARC and Light Rail Stations and Yards




Bus and Light Rail Facility Improvements




Halon Replacement




Buses, Facility Rehabilitation and Equipment




Buses, Communication Equipment, and Facilities




Bus, Metro, Light Rail and MARC




Gov Curtis Replacement




Transit Capital Assistance - Rural
Transit Capital Assistance - Urban




ARRA Vehicle, Facilities, and Equipment




ARRA Flex procurement of vans




Purchase two replacement buses




Replace up to four conventional diesel buses with up
to four Series Hybrid Electric Low Floor Transit buses.
These buses are to be 'plug-ins and will require
battery chargers.




Facility Renovation/Construction, Bus Replacements,
and Equipment Purchases




Facility Renovation/Construction, Bus Replacements,
and Equipment Purchases




Tribal Transit Project
FTA Transit Capital Assistance Grant




Procure four replacement busses.




Purchase of six replacement buses, associated
capital maintenace items, preventative maintenance
and miscellanesous support equipment.




Radio system replacement, ITS implementation,and
preventive maintenance, security and enhancement
projects




Wealthy Street Facility Expansion




FY 2009 Section 5307 ARRA Program




Preventive maintenance, purchases/replacements of
support vehicles and equipment, computer equipment
and applications, facilities construction and
improvements, and transit enhancements.




Capital and facility infrastructure improvement
program
Purchase of 1350 CFM CNG Compressor Station




Dial-A-Ride Renovation




Purchase 5-40' buses; 4-29' buses; Rehab/Rebuild 15-
40' buses; improvement to pedestrian walkways &
installation of bus shelters; Rehab/renovation storage
facility & maintenance facility and Right of Way
acquisition




Urbanized Area - Economic Recovery




Facility improvment and vehicle/equipment
replacment




3 <30FT (Diesel) 1 30FT (Diesel) S - AVL & MDT,
LCD monitors, Radio conversion and radios, safety
belts, restripe old buses, bus seat steam cleaner,
phone headsets, training videos, office carpeting,
exterior door locks.




facil renov, (5) 35` biodiesel repl buse




3 Gasoline <30-FT, Equipment, Rehab Facility
Purchase and install 20 mini-hybrid components in
existing transit vehicles of three transit agencies in
the State of Michigan.




BUS TRANSFER FACILITY




FY 2010 Section 5307 ARRA Program




Replace 7 35 foot buses, PM, support and FB
equipment




Fixed Guideway 5309 Formula - Metropolitan Council
Bus Acquisition




2009 TIGGER Allocation to support Metropolitan
Counsil Metro Mobility Bus Replacement.




Purchase Hybrid Buses




ARRA Vehicle Purchase
Trailblazer Transit Facility




AMCAT Facility Remodel




Paul Bunyan Transit Facility




Three Rivers Transit Facility




ARRA Rural ITS Projects




Red Lake Transit Infrastructure Improvements




ARRA TTP 6 Hybrid Vehicles




ARRA Projects - Facility - ITS - Hubs - Equipment
Transit Capital Assistance 5307 formula funds -
Metropolitan Council Bus Acquisition




ARRA capital purchases




9 small buses, ITS Annunciation, Bus Washer, 4
large buses




35' Low Floor Bus Replacement




Purchase of replacement buses.




Phase III Bus Garage and Maintenance Center




Downtown bus stop project




Purchase of medium duty hybrid bus and bus shelter
signage.
Capital Stimulus - Transit Projects




IL Slopes Stabilization




TIGER - GIZ, MO CORR & STATE AVE CORR




TIGER KC Regional Coordination & Administration




Transit Capital Assistance




1. JEFFTRAN Transit and Transfer Center Video
Surveillance System 2. 30 Ft. Low Floor Coaches
(replacements) (2) 3. Paratransit Van/mini bus
(replacements) (2)




ITS, Safety & Facility Maintenance et al




Storage Fac, Shelters, Benches and Bike Rack
ARRA - Eads Bridge & ML R-O-W Rehab




Bus Replacement/PM/Facility Rehab/Security Equip




Transit/Fleet Maintenance Campus Expansion and
Purchase Five Paratransit Buses,




Bus Replacement/Operating Assistance/Capital
Improvements




Renovation of Bus Facility




ARRA Renovation of Bus Facility




Section 5311 Nonurbanized Area- Economic
Recovery Grant: Vehs-34 Rep, 45 Exp, Shelter, ITS,
MM




FTA ARRA Tribal Transit Grant
City of Hattiesburg ARRA Trolley and Equipment




ARRA - Transit Capital Assistance Grant - Purchase
of one trolley bus, one 40' hybrid electric bus, 74
passenger waiting shelters, 4 mobile fare collection
equipment, facility rehab/renovations and re-
imbursement for PM and ADA




ARRA JATRAN Administrative & Maintenance Facility




ARRA recovery funds investment




ARRA Transit Facility




ARRA Bus replacement & Bus Wash Rehab




Purchase of four replacement buses and two vans
ARRA Operations & Maintenace Facility




Purchase 2 Light Transit Vehicles/Federal Transit




TIGGER Hybrid Bus Procurement




USDOT-Federal Transit Administration Section 5311
Nonurbanized Formula Progrram providing funds to
support public transportation projects that serve
individuals residing in the state's rural areas, as
defined by the U.S. Census.




Public Transportation on Indian Roads




ARRA for 4 buses, busway, equip.




ARRA funds5 buses, security




Federal Transit and Formula Grant
Preventive Maintenance, Purchase of 22 Light-Duty
Transit Vehicles, Real Time Passenger Arrival
Information System, Bus Repainting, Passenger
Amenities and a Storage Shed.




49 USC 5307- Urbanized Area Formula- Economic
Recovery




ARRA Facility Rehab/Improvements




Purchase of five replacement buses, three
replacement paratransit vans, a Real-Time Passenger
Arrival System, repaving of the Bus Operations and
Maintenance Facility, and transit enhancements for
Triangle Transit.




AARA-TRANSIT MAINT/OPER/ADMIN/FACIL




ARRA 5 Buses




ARRA 2 BUS, PM, EQUIP, RE, SHELTERS




AVL/GPS, Fareboxes, Vans, Furnishings
Buy Replacement 30-Foot Bus




ARRA 6 vehicles, shelters, equipment




ARRA 6 Buses Shelter Equip Pads




ARRA Operations & Maintenace Facility




ARRA,




1 Replace bus, 1 Expansion Bus, preventative
Maintenance, purchase signage, Axquire mobile
Surv/Security Equip.




ARRA, 5 Buses, Facilities, Equip




Purchase of Bus Expansion
ARRA 4 Transit Shelters




ARRA American Recovery and Reinvestment Act --
Transit Capital Assistance Program (Non-urbanized)




Sitting Bull College/Standing Rock Public
Transportation




ARRA Tribal Transit Enhancement




ND-96-X001-00




BUY REPLACEMENT 35-FT BUS BUY <30-FT BUS
FOR EXPANSION BUY <30-FT BUS FOR
EXPANSION ACQUIRE - MOBILE FARE COLL
EQUIP ACQUIRE - SUPPORT VEHICLES
PURCHASE BUS SHELTERS




Replacement bus purchase




Statewide Rural Transit Capital Assistance
maintenance facility/construction of 3 vehicle garage




5-Vans, 5 Shelters, ADA Service & Bus Wash, Bus
Purchases and Bike Racks




Bus replacement (30 vehicles 30 foot or larger) and
Preventive Maintenance




Federal Transit Administration Formula Grants for
Other than Urbanized Areas Transit Capital
Investments: 20 buses, vehicle overhauls, passenger
amenities and transit facility renovation & construction




Buses, Facility Improvements, Equipment, and
Preventitive Maintenance




American Recovery and Reinvestment Act




4-35 ft CNG Replace. Buses/Misc. Equip




PURCHASE 4 < 30 FT SMALL BUSES & STATE
OPERATING ASSISTANCE
Grant NH90X005




Federal Transit Administration Urbanized Area
Formula Grants: Transit Capital Investments--4
Commuter Coaches




PATCO Power Cable and Pole Line Replacement




Federal Transit Administration ARRA Act of 2009
allocated for Transit Capital Assistance under Section
5309 Capital Investment Program. Funds are being
used to advance 3 critical projects.




FTA project and construction management training




Energy Efficient Air Compressor Systems




Federal Transit Administration ARRA Act of 2009
allocated for Transit Capital Assistance under Section
5311 Transit Capital Assistance, Nonurbanized Areas
Formula Program are being used to advance our
statewide rural program.




PATCO Power Cable and Pole Line Replacement
Federal Transit Administration ARRA Act of 2009
allocated for Transit Capital Assistance under Section
5307 and Section 5340 Urbanized Area Formula
Program. Funds are being used to advance 18 critical
projects.




Transit Capital Assistance, Recovery Act




Tribal Transit Program Capital Outlay




SHAA 'SRKA' Transit Garage




Fareboxes, Kiosks, Shelters & Support Vehicles




PURCHASE FOUR TROLLEY BUSES




Buses, Shelters, Mobile Security Equip.




Transit buses and facilities
PURCHASE ARTICULATED BUSES




Sahara Avenue Bus Rapid Transit




Purchase buses, facilities and shelters.




ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 vans, 3 cars




ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 vans, 3 cars




1) Boulder Highway Bus Rapid Transit Construction;
2) Centennial Hills Transit Center and Park & Ride; 3)
Central City Terminal Construction; 4) Central City
Terminal Surveillance / Security, Landscaping,
Bicycle Access and Facilities




BUS TRANSFER FACILITY: 4TH STREET
STATION: (Downtown Reno Transfer Facility) funded
on multiple grants. FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS:
HVAC & Energy, Solar Panels, Bus Wash, Fire
Suppressant Systems & Carpeting.




Buses, Software, PM and Operating
Metropolitan Transportation Authority ARRA New
Starts Funds for SAS




Metropolitan Transportation Authority ARRA §5309
Metro-North/New York City Transit Fixed Guideway
Mod




Metropolitan Transportation Authority ARRA §5309
Metro-North/New York City Transit Fixed Guideway
Mod




FTA Section 5307-Flex Economic Recovery Grant for
RGRTA and subsidiaries for FFY 2009.




Transit Capital Assistance - St. George Ferry
Terminal Ramps Rehabilitation




Metropolitan Transportation Authority ARRA
Transportation Investment in Greenhouse Gas and
Energy Reduction (TIGGER) for MTA NYCT Third
Rail Heaters




Hybrid Components




Purchase 170 buses, passenger shelters, bus stop
signs, shop equipment, transit facility design,
construction and rehab
Fleet Replacements




Capital Improvements




FFY 2009 Capital Bus Replacement




ARRA-Fulton Street Transit Center (FSTC)




Transit Vehicles and Facilities




Purchase 5 vans/buses and Construction and
Inspection of Security Fence




Purchase of up to 30 clean diesel transit buses for
replacement.




Metropolitan Transportation Authority Long Island Bus
§5307 Formula Funds ARRA
Purcahse replacement trolley bus




ARRA TOR ands TZx Buses




Metropolitan Transportation Authority ARRA §5307
Long Island Rail Road/Metro-North Railroad/New
York City Transit Formula




Rehab Intermodal Parking Facility




Transit Bus Purchase, Preventive Maintenance,
Purchase Equipment




Hybrid transit buses and cutaways




Bus Replacements




NY-96-X016-1
ARRA - Purchase of 56 Buses




FTA Section 5307 Economic Recovery Grant for
RGRTA and subsidiaries for FFY 2009.




Transit Capital Assistance - Staten Island Ferry
System Asset Maintenance




Fuel Tank, Construction,AVL, bus purchase




Preventive Maintenance & Bus Purchase




Purchase hybrid-electric buses-hybrid-electric support
vehicles-shop equipment-ITS equipment-electronic
fareboxes




Purchase Bus Wash, Security Fence and rolling
Stock




ARRA Operating Assistance-Newburgh Area
Preventive Maintenance & Bus Purchase




Operating Assistance/Preventive
Maintenance/Farebox, communication,security & bus
equipment/Transit HUB




Puritas and E. 55th Rail Station Rehabs; Red Line S-
Curve Track Replacement Design; Rail Grade
Crossing Design, Suveying and Mapping; Rail
Infrastructure Upgrade; Waterfront Line Chute Trunk
Repairs Design and Construction




FY 2010 TIGGER GRANT PROGRAM




Kent Central Gateway




This grant to the Ohio Department of Transportation
(ODOT) is for FY 2009 5311 ARRA Federal Funds in
the amount of $9,901,034 to be used of capital needs
in 34 non-urbanized areas for the period July 2009
through February 2012.




This grant to the Ohio Department of Transportation
(ODOT) is for FY 2009 5311 ARRA Federal Funds in
the amount of $3,423,200




This grant to the Ohio Department of Transportation
(ODOT) is for FY 2009 5311 ARRA Federal Funds in
the amount of
This grant to the Ohio Department of Transportation
(ODOT) is for FY 2009 5311 ARRA Federal Funds in
the amount of




Purchase of Vehicles, Equipment, Facility
Improvments and Preventitive Maintenance




Short section in 'Project Details' in TEAM




1 support veh, fare coll & comm equ




Buy replacement 40-ft. buses, buy replacement 30-ft.
buses, purchase bus shelters, signage and
landscaping/scenic beautification, purchase and
install communications system, preventive
maintenance and bus fluid management system




Preventive Maintenance, purchase of twenty five
replacement 40ft diesel buses and purchase of twenty
two replacement <30ft medium duty buses. Approved
Operating Assistance.




Replacement Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance,
Facility Improvements, and Operating Assistance




Maintenance Facility Improvements, LTV,
Preventative Maint. ADA, demolition of old admin
building, HVAC and operating
Purchase of: seven (7) expansion vehicles (<30-FT
BUS), facility cameras and keyless entry system,
twenty-seven (27) mobile data computers and
automated vehicle locators, parking lot rehabilitation
and two (2) bike racks.




ARRA Bus Purch-4, Fareboxes, Bike Racks




Two Small Buses, Transit Facility




Bus Purchase/Build facility/Facility Rehab/Preventive
Maint/ADA Service




Purchase of 6 Commuter Style buses, 4-40' low floor
bus and 9 <30' buses. The grant will also rehab the
roof on our bus storage barn, bus hoists and parking
areas and the purchase of passenger shelters and
trash cans.




Facilities Rehab/Paratransit Facility




Admin. Office Renovation/Modernization




Acquire support vehicles, buy replacement < 30 foot
buses, buy replacement 35 foot buses, preventive
maintenance, non fixed route ADA paratransit service,
purchase enhanced ADA access system, operating
assistance
Replace Buses (15)/Bus Washer




Purchase of vehicles, bus shelters and equipment




Bus Replacement/Facility Rehab




Renovate two separate facilities in addition to the
purchase of three replacement buses and vehicle
GPS/AVL systems. Operating assistance to preserve
jobs and service.




ARRA Maint. Facility Rehab./ Preventative
Maintenance




Capital Cost of Contracting NITTS Service to
TCESC




Purchase of replacement vans and buses,
preventative maintenance, support equipment and
transit enhancments


Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center Const;
Operating Assistance; Track Rehab; Stations-Design
and/or Constr.;Transit Enhancement Design; 35
Paratransit Vehicles; Cap. Maint.; Land Acq.; Comm.
Equip.; Tunnel Design; Proj. Admn.; CM Serv.; Prev.
Maint.
1 Bus; Intermodal Center




ARRA Bus Purch-4, Operating Assistance, Computer
Hardware / Software




Brunswick Buses and Operating Assistance




Cheyenn & Arapaho Tribal Transit Project - Start Up




Purchase of 243 replacement buses and five over-the-
road intercity buses.




Six Vehicle with ADP Software




Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Transit- Public
Transportation




Buses, Vans, Software, Equip, Renov/Lease
Acquire 3 Replacement Buses, 2 Expansion Vehicles
& various support equipment.




Purchase 5 35 ft. buses




38 vehicles, security equipment, radios and shelters,
12 Repl Buses, Rehab Admin/Maint, ADA PT




Operating assistance, Purchase buses, construct and
renovate facilities, improve security and improve ADA
access.




Facilities and structures




Passenger Train Set Purchase


Street Maint Improve; Milwaukie Park&Ride; Foster
Rd Layover Concrete Bus Pads; Lighting along Multi-
Use Path adj to I-205 Light Rail Tracks;
Morrison/Yamhill Intersect Repairs; Portland Streetcar
Signals; Rail Trestle Repair; Train Horn Noise
Reduction.




Design & Preliminary Engineering for a new SMART
Adminstrative/Maintenance Facility
Pay incremental cost of hybrid propulsion on 15
buses




Diesel Cooling System Retrofit




Purchase transit vehicles, capitalized maintenance,
facilities.




Street Maint Improve; Transit Tracker-Portland Mall;
Tigard Transit Center-Storm Piping Repair; Merlo
Fuel/Wash & LIFT Building; IT Server Room Climate
Control System; Center Street Bus Yard Concrete
Replace; Merlo Bus Yard Concrete Replace.




09 ARRA 5307 Buses(3): Shelters, Equip




ARRA Transit Improvements, Buses




09 ARRA 5307 ADA Vans (6); Stop improvements;
Preventative Maintenance; Security Improvements




09 ARRA 5307 Buses (8);Rehab Tran Ctr
Remodel fleet maintenance facility to accommodate
additional articulated buses, replace security
cameras, and perform preventive maintenance.




Multimodal Station Enhancements




ELIZABETHTOWN TRAIN STATION




Fixed Guideway Rail/Station Improvements




North Shore Connector




TIGGER Facility Renovation/Expansion




5311 RURAL ARRA




ELIZABETH RAIL STATION REHAB
Purchase 11 buses, security equipment and facility
improvements.




Transit Capital Assistance 1.Purchase 20 minivans
2.Purchase 5 hybrid buses 3.Implement a Real Time
Passenger Info. System 4.Transit Enhancements
5.Design & erect maintenance garage. 7.Upgrade
security system 8.Preventative maintenance support




Rebuild/Rehab 10 buses




Rehabilitate/Expand Operations Center




Buses, Radios, ACMI, Surveillance System,Service
Vehicles, Bicycle Racks            Purchase
Photocopy/Fax/Scanner Machine




Purchase 40 Buses/Rail Stations Improvements




North Shore Connector




Puchase Three (3) Fixed Route Vehicles
Replace 12 buses, replace the computer system and
provide partial preventative Maintenance funding for
FY 2009-2010




1 bus, renovate transit center/facility




ROCHESTER TRANSIT CENTER AND
EXPRESSWAY TRAVEL CENTER / MAINTENANCE
FACILITY RENOVATIONS AND IMPROVEMENTS




Bus Transfer Center/Park & Ride lot




Purchase of eleven (11) replacement buses




4 BUSES, ACM, SECURITY & MISC EQUIP




Facility Parking Lot Improvements &
Operating/Maintenance Facility Purchase




Facility Renovations/Operating Assistance
RVT's Garage & Office Improvement Project




2 Buses, Intermodal Bus Terminal




INTERMODAL FACILITY, AVL EQUIP




City Intermodal Transit Center/Garage Phase 1




3 Buses, Equip,Facility Renovations




Purchase of 5 Replacement buses and provide
operating assistance




Improvements to Acuaexpreso Terminal Facility




Purchase of four (4) vehicles (2 Trolleys and 2
Paratransit), the construction of 30 bus shelters and
the rahabilitation of ferry terminal.
Security Fence/Improvements Trolley




FTA Transit Capital Assistance - Urbanized Areas
Forumlas Program




ARRA 1 trolley, 2 vehicles & 30 bus shelters




Maintenance Facility, Shelters, Signs, Equipoment
and Preventive Maintenance




Acquisition of one (1) 14 passenger paratransit mini-
bus; Installation of forty-eight (48) Passenger shelters
and twelve 12 bus stop signs




Federal Transit Capital Assistance




Transit Vehicle fleet expansion and maintenance
garage improvements




Roof Replacement of North Terminal
Improvements to Acuaexpreso Maintenance Building
Facility




ARRA - Acquisition of 40 hybrid replacement buses.




Arra Funds for small bus Terminal at Campo Alegre




Reconstruction of Terminal Roof




ARRA Funds for maintenance and security equipment




Tren Urbano Power Saving, Ticket Vending Machine
Improvements, and Security Equipment




FEDERAL TRANSIT CAPITAL INVESTMENT
GRANT: FIXED GUIDEWAY MODERNIZATION
TROLLEY, PARATRANSIT BUS FACILITY NEW
STARTS AND ADQUISITION OF SHELTERS FOR
TROLLEY ROUTES.




ARRA Urbanized Area Formula (5307)
FTA UA San Lorenzo-Capital Improvements




For purchase a Trolley, Signing and construction of 9
Bus Stops, Improvement of Public Transportation
Terminal




FTA UZA - Camuy




Acquisition-1 Trolley and 1 Paratransit




Lares Collective Transportation Services




2009 TRANSIT ASSISTANCE GRANTS -
URBANIZED AREA FUNDING PROGRAM




Purchase of Four (4) Trolleys, Four (4) Paratransit
Vans and the Engineering, Design and Acquisition of
20 Passenger Shelters.




Purchase of Three (3) Trolleys and Six (6) Paratransit
Vans
One small bus and two vans ARRA grant




Renewable Energy/Retrofit Solar Lgt & Sec




Reconstruction of the Fajardo Ferry Terminal,
purchase of equipment for the Fajardo ferry boats,
and preventive maintenance for the Fajardo ferry
boats and terminal




TU Guaguita




Acquisition of Two Minibuses and Maintenance
Improvements to Public Transportation Terminals




Purchase of two (2) trolleys




ARRA Equip,PM,ADA, Enhancements




FTA Transit Capital Assistance - Non-Urbanized
Areas Forumlas Program
Acquisition of Four (4) Passenger Vehicles for
Candelaria, Espinosa and Maricao Routes.




ARRA Expansion Buses and Signage




Federal Transit Capital Assistance: ARRA 5 Expand
Buses,Shelters,Administration




Pawtucket Layover Improvements




SCCR - Fixed Guideway -ARRA




Lighting Conversion for Facilities




ARRA Non Urban - Hybrid Bus




Hybrid-Electric Buses and Capital Projects
SCCR - Wickford Urbanized Area




71 Replacement Buses, Facilities, ITS




CIN Tribal Transit Expansion




Bus (2) SUV (1) Shelters (10) OP, ITS & PM




2009 ARRA 9 Buses, 25 shelters, Facilty Rehab




(ARRA) The purchase of (4) replacement buses, (1)
bus for expansion; renovation of the Maintenance
Facility, and to use of 10% for Operations.




7 Buses, 5 Bus Shelters & Sec, Eq.




ARRA Project for Facility (D/B) and 2 Vehicles
SC-96-X006-00




PDRTA Maintenance facilty engineering/design, PM
and transit vehicle rehabilitation.




ARRA 2 Bus/Fac.Bus Rehab/Sup Veh/Oper




Vehicle Acquisition/Vehicle Rehab/Facility Renovation




15 Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance and Capital
Equipment




3 buses, 6 shelters, signage




Enhanced Demand Response Transportation
Program (also known as York County Access)




Comm. Equipment (14) Urban Transit Providers
Bus Facilities and Transit Vehicels, ADP Hardware
and Software




OST DOT Oglala Sioux Transit




ARRA transit capital assistance




ARRA buses, enhancements, and facility
improvements




ITS Hardware and Software




Paratransit and 40' low floor buses




ARRA STP Flex for Rplcmt Vehicles




ARRA STP Flex for Rplcmt Vehicles
Replace 40' low floor buses




TIGGER: Facilities Light upgrd (1,724)




Transit Capital Assistance, Recovery Act




Capital for vehicles, ADP, relocation and construction




ARRA 35 Buses and ITS




ARRA Facility Rehab, 6 Vehicles, ITS,




ARRA LEED Transit Ctr;Maint/Ops Fac;PM




Purchase 2 Hybrid, 1 Diesel, 2 vans, Misc Equipment
Acquire and install Intelligent transportations system
techology / automated vehicle locators and shelters at
transit stations.




Replacement of (7) 30ft buses and (5) <30ft buses;
Intelligent Transportation Systems technology; and (4)
passenger shelters




ARRA 8 Buses and 7 Vans




Renovation of Depot




2 buses, 15 Vans, Bus shelters, AVL's




Purchase of 4 buses/2 vans and equipment.




Purchase five (5) buses for expansion, shelters,
preliminary engineering for facility




14 vans, Rehab Locomotive, PE for Martha Station
Purchase of four new buses




Main Street light rail line capital improvements,
including signalization, communications, signage, etc.




GEEMD ARRA Streetscape improvments




Intermodal Transit & Parking Facility




ARRA LCI Streetscape Improvements in Uptown




UKMD Streetscape Improvements - ARRA




Electric Buses and Infrastructure




TxDOT PTN - 09 ARRA 362 Vehicles & Facilities
TxDOT PTN - Intercity Bus Fac's Rehab., Pur. 3
buses




TxDOT PTN - 23 Vehicles, Construction, Prev. Maint.




09 ARRA BUSES (12) & EQUIPMENT




Orange Line Light Rail Transit construction and transit
enhancements at bus and rail stations.




Purchase of ten buses, facility renovation, equipment
and transit enhancements.




09 ARRA 3 Buses and PM




Purchase of seven expansion buses.




Abilene Transit System Ecomonic Recovery Capital
Infrastructure Project (8)
Purchase 6 replacement fixed route buses, 2
expansion fixed route buses, 5 replacement
paratransit buses, 7 expansion paratransit buses, and
paint 6 existing fixed route buses




Purchase 3 replacement fixed route buses and 2
replacement paratransit buses and 3 expansion
paratransit buses, and perform a small amount of
capital preventive maintenance.




ARRA funds will be used for Preventative
maintenance, 10% ADA Paratransit, and 10%
operating




Construct the Brownsville Multimodal Terminal and
Preventive Maintenance




Concho Valley Transit Terminal




Purchase 9 Replacement Vehicles and Bus Support
Equipment and Shelters




Replacement transit bus purchase with fleet
upgrades.




HOT LANES, 19 RAIL CARS, BUS SHELTERS
Longview Transit ARRA




Buses (5) ADP HW, Shelters




42 Repl. Veh; TE; Support Facilities




Purchase of seven buses, facility renovation,
equipment and twenty three bus shelters.




Preventive Maintenance




Project Title/Grant Number: TX-96-X023. Capital
projects including Preventive Maintenance,
purchasing articulated buses, installing a powered rail
switch, bus parking lot improvements, maintenance
facility upgrades, and ADA platform improvements.




Purchase 33-40ft and 7-35ft replacement buses with
security equipment, and provide complementary ADA
paratransit service. Amendment-01: Purchase 7-35ft
replacement buses, bus operating assistance, and
pedestrian accessway to transit facilities.




Transit bus acquisition, bus stop improvements and
depot site improvements.
8 Buses, Shelters, Renov. Admin Fac.




TRANSIT CAPITAL ASSISTANCE




Transfer Station and Amd Offices




Replacement buses; An upgraded fare collection
system; An auto-notification system for paratransit
riders; New shelters/kiosks/signage throughout the
service area; and, Additional parking at the Ingram
Park & Ride.




City of Arlington Handitran Recovery Act - To
increase ride opportunities for the disabled and
elderly in Arlington.




26 vans, 1 bus, supplemental equipment, and
preventive maintenance.




Construct Bryan Transit/Parking Facility




Vehicles, technology, passenger amenities, transit
enhancements, bus operations equipment and facility
construction and improvements
Buses, Construction, Park & Ride, and Misc
Equipment




Glory Road Transit Terminal, Westside Transit
Terminal, and Bus Shelters




Woodlands Boat & Bus Maint. Facilities




Maintenance Facility - ARRA




UTMB Park and Ride Service Facility




LAKE JACKSON SHELTERS




ARRA 2009 - American Recovery Reinvestment Act
2009




Houston Urbanized Area Formula - ARRA
AMERICAN RECOVERY REINVESTMENT ACT




Non-Urbanized Area Formula Program




ARRA buses and facility improvements




Constuct Light Rail Maintenance Facility, Preventative
Maintenance, Purchases Buses, Security Equipment
and Transit Enhancements




UT-96-X003-00




Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit System




Arlington County CNG Bus Purchase




FY2010 ARRA STP-Norfolk LRT
Bus Purchase




Arlington County CNG-Hybrid Bus Purchase




50 Vans, 1 trolleybus, 1 bus, eng/design of admin
building, and repavement of parking lot, and operating
costs




Capital Projects for Rural Transit.




Bus and Other Motor Vehicle Transit System




38 vans, 11 buses, signs, ADA, preventive
maintenance




Bus Purchases, Contruction of SS Bus Facility; Shop
Equipment; 40-foot bus purchase; Transfer Center
Upgrades; Information & Management Systems; &
EMS Compliance




Operating, Facility Rehab, Misc Equip
7 bybird-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) and 20
bus stop shelters




Purchase para-transit scheduling software; 2
computers and 1 server; wireless security cameras
for bus facility built in FY09; new bus stop signs for
fixed-route stops; and automatic stop announcement
system for fixed-route vehicles.




Transit Capital Assistance




2 Locomotives, 2 Buses, Capital Cost of Contracting,
Amenities




TRANSFER FAC, OPERATING, SHOP/OFC EQUIP




Purchase of seven replacement buses and various
capital items (shop,communication, shelter/bike rack,
hardware & software equipment)




Petersburg Area Transit




Four Buses, Assocated Capital Maintenance,
Passenger Shelters, ADA Vehicle Equipment,
Security Cameras, Fuel System and Operating
Assistance
ARRA 1 Bus, Radios, Equip, OA




Bus Shelters, Bus Stop Signs




Transit Capital Assistance




Purchase of five transit buses




North Bend Park and Ride (09 ARRA STP
Construction North Bend)




University Link Light Rail Extension




Washington State Ferries Vessel Preservation and
Terminal Preservation (seismic retrofit projects for
Seattle, Bainbridge, Vashon and Edmonds).




09 ARRA STP Construct MtLake Terr P&R
Transit Capital Assistance




09 ARRA GAS Hybrid Replacement Bus




09 ARRA GAS Buses (5); Docking Stations




09 ARRA GAS Facility Improvement Project




09 ARRA 5311 Bus(30); Fac(2); Shelters




09 ARRA TTP BUSES (4)




Bus Shelters




09 ARRA TTP Vanpool Vans (6)
KALTRAN Bus Purchases




09 ARRA TTP Buses (2)




Construct University Link light rail, Mountlake Terrace
Freeway Station and M-Lakewood Track and Signal
projects. Design and construct Tukwila Commuter
Rail Station and procure clean fuels buses.




09 ARRA 5307 Preventative Maint




09 ARRA 5307 Hybrid Elec Bus(4)




Transit Capital Assistance




09 ARRA 5307 12 Repl Buses, PM, Ops




09 ARRA 5307 Bus(3), Van(12), PM, Fac
09 ARRA 5307 Construct Facility




South Mount Vernon Park and Ride -
Design/Engineering Construction Management
March's Point Park and Ride - Rehab and
Enhancement
Skagit Station- Remodel of Station




Purchase 75 replacement Vans; Expand Maintenance
Base; Purchase 1 small passenger ferry




09 ARRA 5307 Cut a ways (3);Vehicles(3);Softw+




09 ARRA 5307 Buses (23); Security; PM; TE




$4,400,000 for preventive maintenance, $1,571,075
for replacement of a compressed natural gas
compressor and related equipment, and $5,400,000
for replacement of nine buses.




09 ARRA 5307 Bus (5); ADA Bus (3)




Hybrid Transit Coach, 3 paratransit vehicles, one staff
vehicle, bus garage roof repair and GPS system for
all staff vehicles.
Preventive Maintenance and Transit Stop Enunciators




Rehabilitation of Ferry & Terminals




Transit Capital Assistance




Purchase of a portion of one replacement bus




Replace the lighting in the Tranist maintenance
Facility and Bus Storage Garage.




191 Veh/Disel/Hybrid/Gasoline/1Cons; Rural and
Small Urban Area Transit Capital Assistance




ARRA Transit




Purchase 4 replacement buses
Washington County will purchase 6 ADA minibuses
that are less than 30ft, 3 ADA minivans, 3 taxi
sedans, 27 AVL / MDC units that are compatible with
the RouteMatch Software, 7 software licenses for
vehicles, and software upgrades for reports.




3 less than 30' Expansion Hybrid Buses




1 Admin.Trans.Ctr 1 Bus 35` Diesel Fuel




4 35'-1 40' Replacement Disel Fuel Buses, a Shop
Truck, and Surveillance Camera




Coach Purchase 910-913




4-35`Bus Repl-Disel Fuel 3hybrid vehicles


Service Truck: $65,000; 3 Rebuilt Diesel Engines,
$60,000; 3 Rebuilt Transmissions, $45,000; 4
automated change/token/pass dispensers, $16,000;
12 replacement passenger shelters, $72,000;
Operations/Maintenance Facility construction,
$1,400,000.




Bus/Equipment Replacement
Purchase of up to fourteen replacement 40-ft buses.
Purchase of up to four replacement 25-ft buses.
Purchase one accessable van. Purchase additional
electronic display signs. Purchase Transfer Point
security upgrades. Provide Operating Assistance.




Purchase of 45 buses, replacement fareboxes, a
vehicle annunciator system and 3 personal
computers.




5 Minivans Gasoline & Bus Shelters

5 repl vans 6 station wagons gasoline




3 Diese35' Repl. 4 30' Repl Buses Diesel




Purchase of 5 replacement buses and 2 support
vehicles
ARRA Phase I

5 35' Replacement Buses Diesel Fuel


Purchase bus washer, rehab bus wash building,
purchase misc maintenance equipment, support
vehicles, passenger shelters, a medium duty hybrid
bus, improved fare collection equipment, and
communications systems.




56 Vehicles, Facility Rehabilitation, Facility
Construction, Equipment, Preventive Maintenance,
Operating Expenses




PURCHASE 4 BUSES, 2 VANS, 2 SUPPORT
VEHICLES, 2 SPARE TRANSMISSIONS, 26 GPS
UNITS, 15 BUS SHELTERS, SURVEILANCE
CAMERAS, FACILITY RENOVATIONS AND
VARIOUS EQUIPMENTS




1 BUS, FACILITY, SECURITY, PREVENTIVE
MAINTENANCE
Purchase 2 35' Hybrid Buses; GPS/AVL Project;
Associated Capital Items; 20 Bus Shelters & 45 Solar
Lighting Units; Fleet Radio purchase; Purchase 5
ADA Vans & 3 Supervisor Vehicles; ADA
Anouncement system purchase; facility Renovation;
and A&E Services.




Admin/Maint Facility Expansion




ARRA bus purchase




FacRenov,SecurityADP/Misc&SupEquip




86 - Non-Urban Area Formula
ARRA Facility construction



ARRA:Bus Shelters, Rolling Stock




ARRA grant for capital transit purchases
project_description


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
organizations; and the installation of bus stops and bus shelters in two communities. Local transit agencies are
acquiring vans and buses; work has begun on bus stops, shelters and park and ride lot; the Juneau Transit
Center is scheduled for completion in November.




The transit bus was purchased and paid in full on 10/15/10




Seldovia Village Tribe Homer Dock & Pier construction. Dock Construction commenced in July and was
completed in July, 2010. The dock and pier has been used and well received for access by the general public
for ferry transportation as well as access to other areas of the Homer Harbor.




The bus purchase was completed this quarter, and full payment made to Davey Coach, Inc, the sales agent for
the bus manufacturer. The bus was picked up and haspurchase constructionin Tetlin, Alaska on than purchased
The tribe selected a construction material company to been put into service material from. We 8/4/2010
the construction material for airport shelter using company purchase order and arranged for shipping of
construction material via freight truck and barge services to Mountain Village; which has since all been
received. Currently, we are awaiting ECHO Web user modification confirmation in order to drawdown funds
from FTA in order to pay for building material and shipping invoices. Also, we are still awaiting State of Alaska
Department of Transportation's response regarding our land lease application for the airport shelter. In this
quarter we have also resubmitted Request For Proposals for our Water Taxi and All-Terrain vehicles, however
all bids received were still over budget. Currently, we are researching the best suitable vehicles for our
community that are within our budget.




None; no money has been releasted
Track Rehabilitation: The welding contractor has completed 80% of the welds. Tie gang installed all the ties
planned for the 2010 season. Fairbanks Passenger Track: Track work is complete. Project is in final closeout.
Nenana Engineering: Further review of the existing dike suggests that a new dike location is required to ensure
the airport runway is not affected during a 100-year flood event. The hydrology report was revised and
completed with this information. The flood plain permit request will be sent to the City of Nenana Mayor during
October 2010. No additional dike design will be pursued at this time as this can be incorporated into the final
track design. The project should be complete by November. Passenger Safety Equipment: Collision Avoidance
- There are nine locations where monitored manual switch equipment will be installed. The signal engineering
vendor is completing the programming on each device and bungalow installation continues. Bungalows house


Security camera hard drive and software upgrades have been completed. The installation of the cameras into
the paratransit vans will occur upon delivery of the vans in October/November. Four van pool vans were
ordered and will be delivered in October. These were in stock ready to purchase vans. RLS & Associates has
conducted more public meetings to gather input on mobility management and have developed a first draft
technical memo. An RFP to hire a consultant to write a technical RFP that will include the enunciators is in the
evaluation stages. The consultant should be hired in November.

  09/30/2010 The amount of $215,067.50 was expended with VPSI, Inc. in the period ending 09/30/2010 for the
acquisition of replacement vans. This amount replaced five vanpool vehicles and provides partial funding for
another. The vehicles were placed in service. The amount of $807,163.50 was paid to JanssenContracting
Co., Inc. for work completed in this reporting period. Seacoast Construction Co was paid $34,158.91 in this
reporting period for completed work. Additionally, Anchor, Inc. was paid $244,808.93 for construction of
shelters. A.T. Publishing and Printing, Inc. provided $310.91 in printing services in the period ending
09/30/2010.




nrdThis grant has began the replacement of the VIP vams




Acquire Replacement 30-FT Buses and a Trolley Buses are in the queue to start the process for build. First
step is pre-production meeting with GILLIG. A pre-production meeting is being scheduled to occur sometime
within the next quarter. The first vehicle is still scheduled to be delivered in August 2011.

Support Equipment and Facilities Construction- 82% remaining with 18% used for computers, printers,
software, shop equipment, paved parking lots, fences, gates, appraisal plus engineering & architectural
fees,(Pike Co. & Fairhope remain Category B with Robertsdale moved to Category A) ; Communication- 59%
used for radio systems & radio phones with 41% left; Station Stops - 12% used for passenger shelters, 88%
left; Rolling Stock- 5% used for 5 vehicles, 95% left; Preventive Main.-23% used, 77% left. Mobility Mangmnt.-
37%, 63% left. Operating - 54% used, 46% left. St. Admin. - 3% used,97% left Intercity Bus - 0% used 100%
left.No fully executed agreements.




We received two buses, furniture and the mdl computers for the vans. We ordered two new demand response
vans and they have not been delivered.placed in operation on October have not been delivered yet.
Complementary Paratransit vans were Two remaining buses ordered 16, 2009. These vans are utilized in
transporting are disable clients to various locations (curb to curb service). The digital/analog radio system was
placed into service and installed in the buses by 08/13/2009. The system interface with the City of Mobile
police, fire and emergency management systems as well as Mobile County System. Although this system
was funded with stimulus funds, it was noted during a trienniel review that the Buy America agreement was
omitted. Efforts has been made to obtain a signed agreement by the manufacturer to no avail. Therefore,
through communication with FTA it was agreed by both parties that this money would be refunded and a budget
revision would be made to utilize the money toward rolling stock. A refund will be administered by 10/31/2010.
The Bienville Bus Shelter was completed by May 17, 2010 but is not in operation at this time. A ribbon cutting
Acquire Replacement 30-FT Buses and a Trolley Buses are in the queue to start the process for build. First
step is pre-production meeting with GILLIG. A pre-production meeting is being scheduled to occur sometime
within the next quarter. The first vehicle is still scheduled to be delivered in August 2011. Acquire Misc ITS
Equipment: We are reviewing specifications of equipment to determine the compatibility with present hardware
and software presently on transit vehicles. We anticipate releasing RFP during the next quarter. Acquire Misc
Security Equipment and Upgrades $165,000 Camera Installation of security equipment on 45 transit vehicles
were done during the quarter. We also did security upgrades to facility at 2318 W. Fairview Avenue. More
security upgrades will be occurring during the next quarter. All activity with the project should be completed
during the next quarter. ACQUIRE - SHOP EQUIPMENT 1 $40,000                            No activity was conducted


This grant has allowed the transit agency to Install 26 of the 50 passenger shelters received in the previous
quarter, order and receive In-Vehicle Sign Holders and order and receive Bus Stop Signs with installation of
approximately 20 of the bus stop signs to date. In addition the transit agency has ordered and received 40
video surveillance cameras for the vehicles. Approximately 20 cameras have been installed to date. Last
quarter's Total Federal Amount ARRA Funds Received/Invoiced was overstated. This quarters report corrects
the error.




Acquire dispatch computers to enhance operation performance and customer service acquire 4 transit vehicles
& construct 2 passenger waiting/transfer facilities




This grant has allowed the Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority to begin the administrative and
soliciatation process to acquire 17 compressed natural gas buses and related diagnostic equipment and tools.
This grant will also provide for the rehabilitation of a maintenance garage and replacement of a buswash and
vacuum cleaning system at the same location within the next year. During this past quarter one bus has been
completed of an order of 12 and delivered from North American Bus Industries, Inc.




Support Equipment/Facilities- 26% used for GPS wireless tracking systems installed, dispatching & scheduling
software & fees with 74% left; Rolling Stock- 21% used for 7 vehicles delivered, 79% left; Preventive Maint.- 10
used with 90% left; Signal Comm. Equip.- 33% used for radios with 67% left; Operating - 72% used with 28%
left.




Arkansas' expenditures for the quarter 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 manufacturing jobs
retained or created.

Eight buses and four vans delivered, replacing buses and vans with excessively high mileage and which have
outlived their useful lives, and all payments completed to vendors; HVAC and electrical work in administration
building completed with only 10% retainage remaining for full project completion; all budgeted ARRA funds
exhausted for portion of work on expansion of River Road Trolley Barn ($129,850); delivery and installation of
75 fare collection boxes with 1% retainage to be paid following full acceptance; shop equipment and rail
equipment purchased for which funds were previously unavailable; security equippment upgraded to meet new
standards.
Status Report 9/30/10 All capital projects except the AVL/ MDT are completed. AVL/MDT project is in the
installation phase is over 80% completed. We are now expecting the project to slip by several months due to
staffing, system & communication bugs found in the software. Project should be completed by 11/30/10.
Purchased & received bus shelters - Completed Purchase & received 5 replacement buses - Completed Mini-
van order completed with vehicle delivery - Completed Operating funds transfer should be exhausted by
12/31/10.      Status Report 12/31/09 We have received the last of 5 buses this quarter. This project will be
closed out in the near future. We have installed a small number of bus shelters, but local zoning & permitting
are delaying this project. Our mini-vans have been order but none were rec'd. The implementation of our on-
line operating system is under way.
Completed projects within this grant include the purchase of 4 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, and the purchase and installation of
security cameras on the buses. The transfer station project, with the funding from three different Federal
Transit Administration grants is now complete. This grant was used last to complete the project. Ongoing
projects include, (1) the renovations of the administrative and maintenance facilities. An architect is currently
working on the design of the renovations. (2) A state bid vendor will likely be utilized for the purchase and
installation of the security cameras for the administrative facility. We are currently reviewing security camera
needs for both the administrative and maintenance buildings. (3) Bus shelter structures are currently being




The City of Hot Springs purchased and installed seven bike racks, purchased three engines and ordered two
buses, but they will not be delivered for some time. The first reporting quarter the engines had been
encumbered but not yet paid (report due Oct. 2009). Now for the report due Jan. 10, 2009, the engines have
arrived, have been paid for and have been installed.




Replacement and upgrade of three transit buses in our fleet. This quarter we replaced three 1991 35 foot
conventional buses with three new 40 foot low floor buses with cleaner burning engines and more accessible
and larger interiors.




All construction on the complex was completed during this quarter.




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 1-25-2010.




Ferry Shelter project is 95% complete; pre-final inspection is scheduled for October 1st, 2010. Handicapped
Van is pending arrival of van.




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 Street Transportation and Public Transit
departments evaluated the two options from the Stage I Alternative Development and Evaluation (design). A
selection was made and the final design has begun, scheduled for completion in November 2010.




This project gets additional funding under SAP grant number 670018. Evaluate sites for a Park & Ride
Structure in the City Center Area, complete an environmental assessment and preliminary design. 400 space
park-and-ride located at Dysart and I-10 (Phase I). Project includes land acquisition, design and construction.
Land has been aquired and land grading has begun.
As of September 30, 2010, the Hopi Tribe has a pending vehicle delivery, Lake Havasu City has begun pre-
fabrication of their modular administration building, the City of Kingman has awarded the contract for their
modular facility, the City of Maricopa has awarded the contract for their park and ride facility, the Town of Miami
has ordered their two replacement vans, the Navajo Nation has awarded the contract for their maintenance and
administration facility, the City of Show Low has awarded the contract for their facility expansion and bus
shelters, and the City of Sierra Vista is continuing the installation of their bio-diesel fueling station.




Project went out to bid and was awarded to M.Greenberg Construction on 9/13/10. Contractor is working on
preliminary design.




The contractor DL Withers Construction was given a Notice to Proceed on September 7th. Sitework has begun
but no invoices have been billed yet.

This grant covers 34 different projects including 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 this quarter refurbishment construction was begun on the Central Station
Transit Center, design was completed on a new park and ride at 27th Aveneue and Baseline, and construction
is nearing completion on the Happy Valley Road park and ride which is due to open in January 2011. Contractor
is repairing concrete transit pads and manufacturing and installing transit furniture, this project is 28%
complete. ending June 2010, The Mountain Links BRT route project had monthly Steering Committee
For quarter
meetings. Public meeting notice was published,and a Public Meeting held on April 8, 2010. A Public hearing is
scheduled for July 8, 2010. The teams developed the station concept rendering. They prepared benefitting
rider estimates for 2010. They modeled travel time and delays using suynchro model and vissim. They
developed operation plan for a 40 minute cycle time with recover, service span of 14 hours per day, runnning
10 minute peak and 15 minute off peak. They identified operating requirements and costs and vehicle
requirements. They completed the system planning and draft categorical exclusion documentation for public
review on June 23 and public hearing on July 8th.. 30% of design plans are completed. The passenger shelter
and transfer center projects are under vendor contract evaluation, and had no site work activity during the
The grant has allowed to retrofit 4 motor buses with Camera and PA systems and Destination signs. Purchase
and Installation of one card reader system. Purchased 8 bus shelters and installation of 15 shelters for a total
of 28 shelters. Ordered 8 (34) passenger fixed route motor buses, 8 transit vehicles for paratransit, smartcard
readers and related equipment. Previous quarter expednitures were $19,000.00 this amount is included in the
figure below. 9 Passport model buses for our YCAT public transit system have been recieved and are in use
today. There have been 8 new Demand Response vehicles that have been received and are in use today.
Smart card readers has been purchased and is being installed. Fourth quarter expenditures were for fareboxes
and installation for 6 MSTII, 2 Easy Riders and 9 Passport buses. All acitivies have been completed




A grant to modernize transit fleets through vehicle replacement and expansion, to modernize and upgrade
physical facillities, such as bus terminals, stops, maintenance and storage facilities and park-and-ride lot, to
improve fareis approximately six miles in length with nine stations, running from Union Station to Pomona and
The Project collection, security, inf
Atlantic Boulevards in East Los Angeles via Alameda Street, 1st Street, Indiana Street, 3rd Street, and Pomona
Boulevard. As an extension of the Pasadena Gold Line, the Project will connect with the Pasadena Gold Line at
Union Station, along with other forms of transit such as the Metro Red Line, Amtrak, Metrolink commuter rail
services, and bus services provided by the MTA and several municipal operators. The Project includes the
construction of eight new stations and the modification of one existing station (Union Station); the acquisition of
10 light rail vehicles; the acquisition of real property; the installation of overhead catenary wire and electrical
substations; the acquisition of ticket vending machines; utility relocations; environmental mitigation; the design
and construction of signaling, train control and communications, traction power and systems integration; testing
The Project is approximately six miles in length with nine stations, running from Union Station to Pomona and
Atlantic Boulevards in East Los Angeles via Alameda Street, 1st Street, Indiana Street, 3rd Street, and Pomona
Boulevard. As an extension of the Pasadena Gold Line, the Project will connect with the Pasadena Gold Line at
Union Station, along with other forms of transit such as the Metro Red Line, Amtrak, Metrolink commuter rail
services, and bus services provided by the MTA and several municipal operators. The Project includes the
construction of eight new stations and the modification of one existing station (Union Station); the acquisition of
10 light rail vehicles; the acquisition of real property; the installation of overhead catenary wire and electrical
substations; the acquisition of ticket vending machines; utility relocations; environmental mitigation; the design
and construction of signaling, train control and communications, traction power twenty traction power
This project, also funded under ARRA Grant CA-96-X012-00, will replace up to and systems integration; testing
substations and associated electrical support systems located along the light rail Metro Blue Line Right of Way
and the Metro Blue Line Yard. As a result of these investments, LACMTA will be able to offer public
transportation service that is more efficient, reliable and environmentally friendly. To date, we awarded a
contract for the design, construction and construction management for the removal and replacement of the
traction power supply substations and a second contract for the man hole clean-up of the the first substation .
This quarter we completed the installation of the first substation and de-energized and completed the demolition
of the second substation. For the second substation we also completed the manufacture and performed
acceptance test, removed existing positive feeder cables and installed new feeder cables, transported new




Overhaul of the first locomtive is complete and is currently going through final acceptance testing. Upon final
The various components of the project be progressing well. The
acceptance the Second locomotive will are shipped for overhual. component of the project involving preventive
maintenance on BART revenue vehicles and equipment has been completed. For all other components,
construction is well underway. The Transbay Tube Cathodic Protection componennt of the project installed 12 -
under water cables in the Transbay Tube, installed anodes for under water operations and performed repair
work inside the Transbay Tube related to Cathodic Protection. The Balboa Park Walkway component of the
project performed fire proofing structural steel, concrete ramp placement, grading, retaining wall construction,
fencing, flat concrete work, and electrical work. The Pleasant Hill Crossover component of the project installed
a concrete retaining wall, electrical ductbank and wiring, train control system, and landscaping. The Floor and
Seat Cover Replacement component of the project is 10% complete.

This grant will allow NCTD to replace or renew railroad right-of-way infrastructure components, including at-
grade crossings, turn-outs, crossties, track structure, and signal and communication system components. As a
result of this investment, NCTD will be able to provide public transportation that is safer, more reliable and more
efficient. Jobs-related activity on this grant during the current quarter was comprised of 477 hours (or .92
FTE's) spent by TransitAmerica Services Inc. installing the Unilens Signal LED replacements. This project is
now complete. The only activity remaining under this grant is processing the final federal drawdown for the last
vendor invoice.

Positive Train Control (PTC): Submitted 35% design of the upgrades to the communications backhaul and
backbone for Valley & Ventura subdivisions. 65% design expected 11/2010. On 10/01/10 Vendor/Integrator
(V/I) Contract awarded to Parsons Transportation Group to finalize designs, procure materials, install and
integrate all components of SCRRA?s Positive Train Control system. Continued rescoping/rebudgeting efforts
based on finalized negotiations with the V/I contractor and direction from the board. Performed preliminary cost
estimates for addition of NCTD. All funds from this grant consumed and reimbursed to us. We are
considering this grant closed even though PTC project won't be completed until 2012.




Preventive maintenance on train and other transit infrastructure, enabling BART to retain jobs. The funds are
now fully expended and the project is completed.




This grant will allow LACMTA to install three canopies at two Metro Red Line escalator entrances. As a result
of this investment, LACMTA will be able to enhance passenger safety and protect escalator machinery from
exposure to weather and reduce the incidence and frequency of equipment failures and replacement.
Quarterly Activity for Period Ending 09/30/10: Design consultant, STV Inc., completed final design of this
project. For the Next Period: LACMTA will advertise for construction bids in October 2010.
Three(3) minivans for the University's paratransit service were delivered on 9/30/10, the last day of this
reporting period, through a piggyback on ElDorado/ Creative Bus Sales, the low bidder on the approved
CalACT Purchasing Agreement. Total expenditure is $126,313, with $125,000 in ARRA funds and $1,313 in
local funds, to be expended during October 2010 and reported on in the next quarter.




A contract was awarded to Molly Corporation in September 2009 for the purchase of three (3) trolleys. The
trolleys are being manufactured and should be delivered before the end of the 2010 calendar year. As a result
of these investments, Laguna Beach/OCTA will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer and
more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and one replacement for persons with disabilities.
These funds will partially finance the purchase of more accessible 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. This bus will have met the end of its 12 year useful life by 2010. The 1998
bus will be replaced with a 40-foot, low floor Hybrid Electric Bus. This bus will be procured in accordance with
FTA`s Procurement Requirements. The bus will meet the Clean Air Act (CAA) standards and the Americans
with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. The initial contract award to New Flyer of America, Inc., for this bus
procurement was authorized by the Santa Rosa City Council on March 30, 2010 and bus delivery was originally
expected in November 2010. Transit Department staff, however, received information from New Flyer (bus
manufacturer) during this reporting period that the original engine manufacturer (ISE Corporation) has filed for




Electronic Fareboxes - The type and standard for the Oakland MTC approved electronic farebox system (called
Translink/Clipper) has been identified. Vacaville Transit staff is working with MTC to identify the next steps and
exact project schedule. MTC this past quarter updated the local transit agencies regarding the project
implementation. Solano County (which includes City Coach, Vacaville's transit agency) has been listed in the
installation line-up which we anticipate to occur within the next few months.




The Notice To Proceed for construction was issued to Howard S Wright Constructors on June 1, 2010. Other
funding sources are utilize for this project as well.




Purchase and Install GFI fareboxes in all transit vehicles at 3 locations is 100% completed. Rehabilitate
Signal VALLEY (LACMTA): Install Crossing Gate Savers
Detector Mile Post (MP) 47.3, and Replace / Install Signal Ladders at 15 locations have not started. Renew
Standby Emergency Power at 15 locations is at 40% completion. Switch Machine Conversion: Control Points
(CP)s Currier & Allen is at 5% completion. All phases expected to be completed by 12/31/10. Signal San
Gabriel: Upgrade Wayside Detectors mile post (MP) 32.9 not yet started. Upgrade Crossing Controls at 2
locations is at 10% completion. Replace Switch Rod and Ties Replacement at 5 locations is at 60% completion.
Replace low speed switch machines with higher speed switch machines at 5 locations is at 20% completion. All
phases expected to be completed by 6/30/11. Signal Programs - Pasadena: Repair Pole Line from White Ave
to Wheelerwill allow LACMTA to install wayside energy expectedsubstation at the Metro Red Line Westlake
This grant Ave is 10% completed. Project completion storage 12/30/2010.
Station. As a result of this investment, LACMTA will be able to significantly reduce electrical energy usage by
capturing train regenerated braking energy when trains slow or stop and transferring the captured energy at a
later time to the same train or another train when it starts or accelerates. In addition, the project would also
augment the capacity of the traction power system and reduce electricity costs through both energy savings
and reduction in peak power demand periods by avoiding the higher utility charges.
Quarterly Activity for Period Ending 09/30/10: The Design-Build Contract No. C0964 was advertised on 6/1/10.
The First Step - Pre-Qualification bids were received. The submittals were evaluated by a review team and
notices have been sent to the bidders with the results. For Next Period: Receive the procurement Second-
This project entails the design and installation of approximately 693 kilowatt photovoltaic solar panels at AC
Transit's Central Maintenance Facility. The solar panels will generate green renewable energy credits to offset
the energy used in the production and distribution of hydrogen at AC Transit's hydrogen dispensing facility in
Emeryville, CA. The solar panels will replace approximately 952,000 kilowatt hours per year of grid electricity
and reduce AC Transit's greenhouse gas emissions by approximately 469 tons of carbon dioxide equivalent
annually. The hydrogen will be used to fuel a new fleet of 12 hydrogen-electric hybrid fuel cell buses. Activities
this quarter included development of design drawings and specifications, development of the bid documents,
and a public invitation to bidders. Sufficient competitive bids were received and the technical bid evaluation has
been completed. An apparent low bidder has been identified and we are in the process of awarding and




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 canopy will generate 97% of all electricity needed to power the facility
and provide shade to the City's existing bus fleet. The project is currently in plan check and construction is
anticipated to start late October. The project is expected to be complete in 2011.
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. A $1.3 million contract was
awarded to Martifer Solar and the Notice to Proceed (NTP) was issued on June 24, 2010. During the current
quarter, project activity was focused on completing the planning and development related to Solar project.
Project activity also included completion of the system design and structural engineering by the solar vendor. A
total of 145.25 job hours were generated from this project activity during the quarter or the equivalent of .28
FTE's. Additional project activity during the quarter included procurement of approximately 10% of the solar
panels and inverters needed for the project.




A grant to modernize transit fleets through vehicle replacement and expansion, to modernize and upgrade
physical facillities, such as bus terminals, stops, maintenance and storage facilities and park-and-ride lot, to
This project collection, security, inf
improve fareprovides capital improvements to bus routes servicing rural and Indian reservation residents in San
Diego County. Improvements will complement the operational improvements that have and will continue to
occur through the FTA Section 5311(c) Tribal Transit Program. Improvements will be made to: - Existing stops
on NCTD Route 388/389 and two new/enhanced stops will be created. - The existing park-and-ride near the
intersection of SR-76/I-15 will be improved. - Select bus stops on routes serving Indian reservations in the
MTS area will be enhanced. - New ADA compliant bus stops consisting of bus pads, shelters and other
amenities will be provided for five new route deviation services. - Transfer Stop Upgrades will be provided at
the bus stops where connections to existing transit will take place. Quarterly Activities: The preliminary design
work for the Park and Ride has commenced. Record searches and map research have been performed at




Obligated funds for vehicle barn and vehicle maintenance building purchases. Cash deposits paid for these
buildings with balance due to vendor upon delivery. Purchased tools.

The various components of this project are progressing well. The Balboa Park Walkway component of the
project performed fire proofing structural steel, concrete ramp placement, grading, retaining wall construction,
fencing, flat concrete work, and electrical work. The Pleasant Hill Crossover component of the project installed
a concrete retaining wall, electrical ductbank and wiring, train control system, and landscaping. The Rail
Vehicle Floor and Seat Cover Replacement component of the project is 10% complete. The Rail Vehicle
Reconfiguration and Installation of Between-the-Car-Barriers components of the project are both about 20%
complete.

Fixed Route Bus Replacement - this project has been 100% completed. The City of Vacaville took delivery of
all 10 replacement buses in October 2009, and entered them into service in November 2009. 100% of the
ARRA stimuls funds ($1,734,372) has been fully expended.         Vacaville Intermodal Station - This project
was awarded by our City Council on 11/11/2009. Construction work is underway in earnest. The site has been
graded and underground utilities added. The concrete foundation for the clock tower and bus pedestrian
shelters has been poured. The public restroom is under construction. The bioswale has been constructed.
The site is very active with construction.
The City of grant activitiesyet to continueARRA project this quarter.
Purpose Tracy has not is started its to provide regular and ongoing bus maintenance and rehabilitation,
including associated administrative costs, to sustain fixed-route transit service and paratransit service. As one
of the largest bus transit systems in the country, AC Transit currently provides bus service to approximately 67
Million passengers per year, in addition to nearly 500,000 paratransit riders annually . This service covers a
364-square mile service area in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties, with over 100 bus lines providing bus
transportation to 13 cities and 9 unicorporated areas, as well as to the City of San Francisco via the San
Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, and San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties via the Hayward-San Mateo and
Dumbarton Bridges. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds allowed transit service to be sustained
for nine (9) months. These funds were committed to fund jobs critical to maintain fixed-route mass transit and




City of Simi Valley Purchase Order submitted to New Flyer of America on August 17, 2010 for the replacement
of three (3) 40' Compressed Natural Gas buses. Entered into a contract with Brasco International for the
purchase of 38 Transit Bus Shelters. Received design approval from City Council for new bus target signs to
be displayed at each of the 188 transit stops throughout the City. Garage Modernization project is on-going and
project movingallow Goldexpected. Purchase of the wheelchair scale has not been completed.
This grant will along as Coast Transit to purchase replacement supervisory vehicles, 2 of which will be
wheelchair accessible in order to provide emergency transportation to passengers with disabilities; purchase 8
expansion 35-foot transit buses that are fueled with CNG and are equipped with security cameras identical to
the security cameras on the rest of the fleet; procure new fareboxes for all buses that will electronically validate
all of the fare media; spend $1,000,000 on paratransit service over 2 fiscal years to protect jobs and provide
service to passengers with disabilities and seniors; install bus stop shelters and enhanced information at bus
stops; and rehab and renovate administration/maintenance facility. These projects will allow Gold Coast Transit
to provide more transit service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, more accessible for
persons withsome of the provides for better revenue accountability,the inallows forstop amenities projects, which
This quarter disabilities, major activities that have taken place are and the bus greater fare payment options
are well underway. The Transit Mall project is on schedule with construction which started on August 30th 2010.
Long Beach to Pine demolition has been done with shelter, footings, and surrounding areas outlined.
Landscaping is also in motion as well as the fabrication of shelters. The artwork has been fabricated and is
anticipated to be installed in November of 2010 with shelters and lighting slated for install before the end of the
year. The Multi Bus Stop project has eleven of eighteen shelters completed including amenities such shelters,
benches, lighting, landscaping, artwork and signage. The facilities upgrade of the LBT maintenance and
operations areas of the Anaheim facility are now in the final stages of completion and included office partitions,
painting, and cabinetry and office reconfiguration.
Between July to September, SunLine Transit Agency researched ARRA signage to be purchased and posted
on the 51 bus shelters. In addition, SunLine is continuing work on the ITS project. During this quarter, staff has
be dilegently working on interfacing an additional software and is working on the necessary data information to
accept the software and start the pilot phase of the project. The Maintenance Facility Capacity project started
the grading phase during this quarter and working with the Riverside County to obtain the necessary building
permits. Howevever, the project has encountered a delay with the conversion of an existing bathroom into ADA
standards. SunLine staff is working to have the matter resolved and get back on schedule with the project.
Between April and June, SunLine Transit Agency accepted and approved the final payment for 51 bus shelters
purchased. For the remaining funds on the ALI for this project, SunLine will purchase signage to be posted on




No Change in status. Project has been completed and SJRRC is waiting for the final invoice. The projrct was
complted in December 2009. SJRRC is a waiting fina linvoice from UPRR to be paid with local and other FTA
formula funds.
The Solar Energy Systems project is underway and installation of the Photo Votaic panels is scheduled to begin
late 2010. The Window Glazing and Pomona Facility Renovation projects were completed in August 2010. The
Elevator Rehabilitation and Water Saving-Bus Wash projects are tentatively scheduled for completion mid-
October 2010. As of late August all three Electric Buses (Ecoliner) were delivered by Proterra to the Pomona
Operating Division, however ongoing inspections and testing are necessary before full acceptance can be
completed. This inspection process ensures federal regulation and contract compliance. Foothill Transit
unveiled the Ecoliner at a launch event held September 3, 2010 at the Pomona Operating Division. The buses
began revenue 'shadow service on September 8, carrying its first paying Foothill Transit customers from the
Pomona Transit Center to their destinations. The Battery Charging System for the Electric Buses will be
Thus far, this grant has enabled Fresno Area Express (FAX) to purchase six nonrevenue support vehicles, two
40' CNG buses, and to complete the testing phase of the automated fare collection system project.
Additionally, the design and/or request for proposal process has begun on several projects, including
automated passenger counters, citywide bus stop sign replacement, bus stop construction projects, the
purchase of two 30' CNG buses, and the expansion of the CNG fueling station. As a result of these
investments, FAX will be able to offer public transportation service that is more reliable, more environmentally
This grant will allow LACMTA passenger approximately 141 CNG buses, overhaul 290 buses, implement
friendly, and will increase bothto purchase and employee satisfaction.
pedestrian improvements at the Metro Red Line 7th and Flower station, replace rail communications
equipment, replace 20 aging traction power substations, and electrify compression of natural gas at our CNG
fueling facilities. As a result of this investment, LACMTA will be able to offer public transporation service that is
safer, more reliabile, and more environmentally friendly and more accessible for people with disabilities. To
date we awarded contracts for the purchase of 141 CNG buses, fiber optic communication equipment, engines
for the bus overhaul, rail station improvements, traction power substation replacement and the CNG facilities
upgrades. The rail communication equipment project is complete and has been closed. The pedestrian
improvements at the Metro Red Line 7th and Flower station are complete and this project has also been closed.
On September 28, 2010 the City of Los Angeles received a commitment from its vendor that the Sample Bus
(LADOT001) will be delivered to the Altoona, Pennsylvania testing facility on November 26, 2010. The vendor
began manufacture of LADOT001 on October 1, 2010 . On-site testing of the LADOT001 is scheduled to begin
on November 15, 2010. If the bus passes the Altoona testing, bus production is anticipated to begin the
Winter of 2010/2011. The City still anticipates to begin taking delivery in the first quarter of calendar year
2011. If the vendor fails to deliver the sample bus to Altoona by November 26, 2010, the City has identified an
alternate vendor and will make a determination whether to stay with the current vendor or establish a
relationship with the the SFMTA to rehabilitate approximately 143 light rail vehicles;obligated. preventive
This grant will allow alternate vendor. To date, no funds have been expended nor engage in
maintenance activities to preserve/extend the functionality of the SFMTA's assets; rehabilitate about 35
standard and 27 articulated motor coaches; upgrade the SFMTA's obsolete mileage and fuel tracking system
for diesel and trolley coaches; equip an interim Operations Control Center to support dispatching and rerouting
of vehicles, incident detection and response, and voice communications with transit operators; replace the worn
out inductive loop cable in the subway; procure a customized software application for capital planning and grant
management; procure about 70 new PCs for the bus yards; provide operating assistance; replace up to 2
outdated sales kiosks for cable car fares; replace obsolete change machines in the subway system; replace
approximately 19 worn out track switches for light rail vehicles; obtain a new automatic fare collection system


This grant has allowed the OCTA to conduct preventive maintenance on 520 existing buses and conduct capital
cost of contracting for ACCESS services. The Fall Protection Project contractor completed the construction
phase of the project on June 21. Human Resources has developed the training manuals and instruction was
completed in August. As a result of these investments, the OCTA will be able to offer public transportation
service that is safer and more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for persons with
disabilities.will allow NCTD to purchase and install automated passenger counters, integrate its legacy and
This grant
enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems and data; construct bus turn-out lanes and install bus shelters;
replace or renew railroad right-of-way components, including at-grade crossings, turn-outs, rails, crossties, track
structure, signal and communication system components; perform preventive maintenance on vehicles and
facilities; and provide operating assistance. As a result of these investments, NCTD will be able to provide
public transportation that is safer, more reliable and more efficient. These investments will also assist NCTD
management in making better decisions about how to most effectively utilize its limited resources. Grant
activity performed during the quarter included providing Coaster commuter rail transit service (3,927.5 hours);
and substantial work on the information technology project (3,693.35 hours). The following projects funded


The six buses will be used to replace six older worn out buses that have exceeded their useful life cycles.
These buses will replace 1997 model diesel powered buses with the upgraded 2010 model clean diesel buses.
The engines on these buses have been CARB certified as meeting the 2010 emissions standards. Purchase
orders were released in September 2009 to the manufacturer. Work should begin on the buses beginning
December 2010. First vehicle will be delivered by March 2011. Operations of up to 10% ($151,913) will be
utilized for FY09/10 operations. ECHO drawdown 4/15/2010 - $151,913




October 8, 2010 - Project activities this quarter included completion of procurement activities for the mobile
data/fare collection equipment: bid release - August 16th; bid closed -September 20th; contract awarded -
September 28th. Project cost $615,110. Work to begin next month and completed by August 2010. No
construction project work to report this quarter. 3Q-2010.
October 7, 2010 - Project activities this quarter included completion property appraisals and submission of the
Federal Appraisal Review document to FTA Headquarters for review and concurrence with FTA grant
application for land acquisition. No construction project work to report this quarter. 3Q-2010.




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. These vehicles will improve
transit service through use of new vehicles, and also lower transit operating costs.




It was previously reported that as of March 31, 2010, all activities authorized under this grant were completed.
On July 15, 2010, a budget revision was approved to transfer cost savings from the 40-foot bus purchase
project purchase particulate matter traps for the ADA paratransit vehicles to reduce air pollutants produced by
the engines. An Invitation for Bids was issued for the traps on September 3, 2010. A contract is expected to
be awarded in October 2010.


During the past quarter, Caltrain continued state of good repair work associated with the Track and
Infrastructure Improvements project and continued working toward the replacement of the Operations Control
Center. The Bike Racks on Trains project was previously reported as closed. Funding for operating assistance
was used to pay for fuel for the commuter rail service. As a result of the investments in this grant, Caltrain is
able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, and more environmentally friendly, while
allowing the retention of jobs that might otherwise be lost if such work was not available.




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. 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 performaance reporting




This grant has allowed LAVTA to continue providing paratransit service, replace and/or repair worn out
equipment and/or facilities, and preventative maintenance on its buses. As a result of these investments,
LAVTA will be able to offer public transportation that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and
more accessible for people with disabilities.
Project will invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits. Project provided funding for SLO Transit Preventative Maintenance activities associated
with revenue and non-revenue (service) vehicle maintenance, including administration, inspection and
maintenance, and servicing (cleaning, fueling) vehicles and activities associated with facility maintenance,
including administration; repair of buildings, grounds, and equipment as a result of accidents or vandalism.
Project is 50% completed                                 Project funded installation of 17 new GFI odyssey
fareboxs on our fleet.-Project is 99% completed Started Project for the the installation of new Digital
Recorders Inc (DRI)-AVL system equipment including six (6) vehicle retrofits with DR600's. Project is 90%
completed                                     Project funded facility improvements including fiber optic, cabling,


The grant allowed Torrance to purchase seven (7) low-floor, hybrid gasoline-electric buses that will replace
seven (7) diesel powered buses that are almost 18 years in age. As a result of this investment, Torrance will be
able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly and more
accessible to individuals with disabilities. All seven (7) buses have now been delivered and paid for - except for
State Sales Tax ($381,976) which will be paid in this Quarter. The buses have been in full fleet operation since
June 3, 2010. The grant is now complete (all sales taxes have been paid).
10/7/10 - San Luis Rey project is finishing design work and should begin bid process before next quarter.
Trestle Bridge project is now under construction, but will need to stop project between February 2011 and
September 2011 due to environmental reasons. Blue Line project design contracts are in place and the
projects are currently out for bid. 7/8/10 - Number of jobs decreased because no longer account for jobs
associated with MTS. Trestles Bridge is delayed due to environmental reasons. Project will resume in
September 2010 and should begin construction October 2010. 04/09/10 - $5,655,957 of this grant has been
used to provide operating support for the Metropolitan Transit System. This grant will aid in the construction of a
transit center while replacing worn out sections of contact wire and hardware for the San Diego Trolley. There
will also beallows Santa Clara VTA to purchase eighty-three new diesel-electric hybrid buses,the reconstruction
This grant various rehabs and modifications for the light rail transportation system including rehabilitate bus
stops with pedestrian and Americans with Disabilities Act wheelchair access improvements, and contribute to
operating needs with operating assistance. 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
accessible for people with disabilities. The bus stop rehabilitation project was completed during the quarter
ending June 30, 2010 with a total of $304,844 spent sustaining 8 jobs. During this quarter ending September
30, 2010, the balance of operating assistance funding was expended; a total of $5,975,646 was spent
sustaining 207 jobs with operating assistance. Also during the quarter ending September 30, 2010, the first
diesel-electric hybrid is in process of training staff on second phase of new Giro/Hastus modules, including
Santa Cruz METRO bus was delivered on July 30th. Gillig Corporation reports that 1,000 man hours are
scheduling/ dispatch. One staff member attended the Giro User Conference in Toronto the last week of
September 2010. Following the contract award to Creative Bus Sales for raised-top vans, specifications were
created allowing three (3) mobility devices on the vehicles. Santa Cruz METRO's Operations Manager will travel
to Kentucky to view a prototype in early October, as METRO's specs may affect other agencies due to
increased capacity for mobility devices. Delivery of vans is expected mid-November. Santa Cruz METRO is
proceeding with accepting delivery of farebox equipment and meeting with vendor GFI, who will install the
fareboxes onsite by November. Training of applicable maintenance staff will occur by the installation date as will
driver training. Payments to vendors will commence upon receipt of equipment, installation, testing and




ARRA funding provided during the quarter for preventive maintenance activities helped to offset the significant
reductions in State Transportation Development Act (TDA) and Local Measure 'M' sales tax revenues used for
Sonoma County Transit's operations, which includes preventive maintenance costs.

For the quarter, July 1, 2010 through September 30, 2010 the City continued to work with Rincon Consultants
Inc. to complete the environmental phase and documentation for the Manteca Multimodal Station project.
During this time the necessary studies have been completed and the CEQA document was approved on
September 14, 2010. The City will be amending the contract with Rincon Consultants, Inc. to complete a
Phase II Environmental Study. The approval of the amendment will take place in October 2010. The City
continues to work with the Federal Transit Administration to complete all NEPA requirements. City staff is
working with the branding/route signage design consultant to identify a new system name and brand.




Received/invoiced the Cityfunds for service Terminal - The outside concrete work - steps, patio, handicap ramp,
#1) Restoration of ARRA of Vallejo Ferry vehicle replacement.
has been completed. Interior walls have been erected. All mechanical, electrical and plumbing 'rough ins' have
also been completed. Contractor is currently installing the gypsum board to the interior walls. Concurrently, the
roof repair has commenced. #2) Repair and Rehabilitation of the Bus Maintenance Facility - Construction
project has been substantially completed. All site work (paving) has been reviewed and accepted. Personnel
were trained on the bus wash equipment. Minor corrective measures by the subcontractor need to be taken on
the new bus wash equipment. #3) Preventative Maintenance - On-going third party contract. #4) Repower
ferry - The engines were purchased and delivered on July, 2010. #5) Vallejo Station Intermodal Transit Facility -
Soil nail wall shoring along the east and north side ofRosa CityBus, which is housed in the City of Santa Rosa's
These funds will support transit operations for Santa the project has been completed. The installation of stone
Transit Department and is the municipal transit provider for the City of Santa Rosa. In addition to providing fixed
route bus service, the agency is responsible for the provision of complimentary Paratransit services (required
by the Federal Americans with Disabilities Act), the management of the City's Transportation Demand
Management (TDM) Program, as well as bicycle and pedestrian planning efforts. CityBus operates seventeen
fixed routes within the City of Santa Rosa and Roseland and carries approximately 2.8 million passengers
annually. For the provision of paratransit service, the agency contracts with MV Transportation to provide
approximately 50,000 trips annually for disabled patrons that are not able to take fixed route transit.
Additionally, through the TDM Program, CityBus reduces approximately 100,000 car trips and an average of
Funds continue to be used to support preventative maintenance by supporting bus mechanics wages. To date
85% of the funds have been expended whichpurchasing eleven (11) service reductions from occuring. buses
AVTA is investing in public transportation by has kept futher transit new transit bus replacements: All
have been ordered deposits have been placed. After numerous delays we anticipate delivery beginning
December. Improvements are underway to the transfer center located at Lancaster City Park. AVTA has issued
the RFP & hired the construction firm. We anticipate the completion of this project in April 2011. Construction of
several photovoltaic equipped parking structures is complete. Purchase of six (6) new service & support
vehicles. is complete; AVTA has taken delivery of all vehicles. The purchase of three (3) commuter driver
shuttle vehicle replacements is complete; AVTA has taken delivery of all vehicles. Various transit
enhancement activities are underway. The consultant & engineering firm are in the process of evaluating the
bus stops throughout of Bus Passenger Shelters - make recommendations released, a Request for and
Rehab/Replacement the Antelope Valley and will Before the IFB could be as to the development Proposals
(RFP) was released on June 7, 2010 to select a firm to conduct site evaluation,construction management and
inspection services. Six (6) proposals were received on July 12, 2010 and evaluated; two (2) firms were
interviewed; one was selected, the contract was awarded on Sept. 21, and signed on Sept. 24, 2010. An
Invitation for Bid (IFB) will be prepared for solicitation of bus passenger shelters construction contractor, with
release projected to be in January, 2011. Rehab/Renovation of Pedestrian Access Walkways - Request for
Proposal (RFP) solicitation of architecture and engineering (A/E) design services for Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs
Transportation Center Improvement Project; the design and construction documents to include this Pedestrian
Plaza project. RFP proposals received February 15, 2010; interviews conducted and top 3 selected; selection


The project consists of the purchase up to forty (40)buses from Gillig Corp. and six (6) trolleys from Optima Bus
Corp. to replace 38 buses in current fleet and expand by 8 buses. This will fund the remaining payments on
bus financing payments 17, 18, 19, and 20. Buses have been paid off. Through May 2010, $1,170,396 of
Preventative Maintenance Funds were drawn down and 80% or $520,546.00 in Operating Assistance funds
were drawn down. 10/11/10 SA The only remaining expenditure remaining is the FARE BOX Upgrade
Preventative be completed all preventative of 2010.
scheduled to Maintenance - by the Decembermaintenance charges has been completed and funded.
Construction of EXPO aerial station - this project is still in progress. Culver City received the following
milestones from the EXPO Construction Authority: October, 2010 - Design out to bid November, 2010 -
Design contract award November, 2010 - Start of Design January, 2011 - 100% design completion February,
2011 - Construction out to bid April, 2011 - Contract award May, 2011 - start of construction March, 2012 -
construction completion Culver City is developing a funding agreement between the City and the EXPO
Construction Authority. This funding agreement will be used to ensure that all construction activities will be in
accordance with FTA grant guidelines. Rennovate/Rehab Pedestrian Walkways - this project has been
delayed due to the dvelopment of a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) which will be adjacent to the EXPO


1.) Semi-annual COP debt service and interest payments made for purchase of (55) 40-foot CNG buses -
completed. 2.) Contracted transit operations and maintenance to support ongoing fixed route and demand
response (ADA) paratransit service - completed. 3.) Preventive Maintenance of the agency's vehicle fleet and
facilities to support the ongoing operation - completed. 4.) Contracted transit operations and maintenance to
support ongoing demand response (ADA) paratransit service - completed. 5.) Transit Enhancement project in
planning stage.




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. Contract executed for nine 40-foot alternative fuel buses.
Currently in planning and design phase of transit enhancements for the bus stop redevelopment program.


This grant has allowed the San Joaquin Regional Transit District to conduct preventative maintenance on its
134 existing buses; construction of the Mall Transfer Station; design/engineering of the Regional Operations
Center; purchase associated capital maintenance items; purchase computer/communications equipment and
software; contract for a capital tire lease; purchase and install passenger amenities and transit enhancements;
development of the BRT Phase II- Airport Way Corridor that include environmental and preliminary eng/design;
and, purchase of safety and security equipment related to bus and bus facilities.
1) Improve Keller Rail Yard: Los Angeles Department of Water & Power and Amtrak flagging fees paid.
Excavation of site completed. Contractor constructed Storage Track #1, #2 and #3; started extension of Track
#3 near CP San Diego Junction. Modular office trailer delivered and set on-site & trash enclosure & utility pad
constructed. Lighting in the yard in place & the majority of the utility work completed. Fencing installed on the
short retain wall between Amtrak Roundhouse Lead track & track #1. 2) Positive Train Control (PTC): Please
see CA-56-0007. 3) Improve Central Maint Facility (CMF) Entrance & Storage: Steel used in storage area did
not meet Buy America requirements; LA Engineering provided credit to contract for foreign steel used at the
CMF. IT will provide network connection to CMF entrance by mid-Nov. Connection of network to card readers
and security gate operators to be completed by LA Engineering by 11/30/10. 4) Track Work of Rail & Crossing




This grant has allowed the City of Visalia to construct the expansion of the current Transit Center and
Operations & Maintenance Facility. As a result of this investment, the City of Visalia will be able to offer public
transportation service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for
people with disabilities. The expansion of the facility will allow for future growth and additional services to the
underserved. allowed the City of Porterville transit agency to purchase three (3) low-floor CNG-fueled transit
This grant has
buses, and to assist with construction costs incurred to provide upgrades to the City Maintenance Shop
necessitated by the City's conversion to CNG vehicles. 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 accessible for people with disabilities. The three transit buses have now been received. The invoice for
the three buses totalled $1,186,986. The only items remaining to be reimbursed under this ARRA grant include
fareboxes, signage, and communication radios for the three transit buses. The upgrades to the City
Maintenance Shop began May 25, 2010, and are now completed. $101,660 of ARRA funds were designated
towards the construction costs incurred during the construction phase. Other City funds paid the balance, over




Contract was awarded on 8/11/09 to purchase 6 hybrid gasoline-electric buses from New Flyer. Last bus was
delivered on April 5, 2010. Grantee has been facing many mechanical challenges with some New Flyer buses.
ISE has filed bankrupcy and grantee is currently working with New Flyer to resolve various mechanical issues.




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, provideing preventive maintenance, designing and engineering the Operations/Maintenance Facility. The
infrastructure will provide safer and more reliable transportation system, environmentally friendly system, and
be more accessible for people with disabilities.




Replace eight CNG 40' buses used for e-tran service




No additional activities have taken place during the reporting quarter. During the pervious quarter Placer County
accepted delivery of 2 commuter buses and made final payment for those buses




Capitalized Preventive Maintenance - maintenance of transit vehicles and related equipment per FTA definition -
July through Sept 2010 will be final quarter of project. Purchase and installation of desktop computer
equipment and servers about 75% completed. Replacement of non-revenue support vehicles. Repave Bus
Yard - project out to bid. Purchase Bus Lifts for Maint Shop is completed.
Transit Center- The purpose is to accommodate the increase demand for service. During the quarter,
Construction of the Transit Center has begun. Completion of Transit Center is exptected on 12/31/2010. Fleet
Replacement-the purpose is to replace aging fleet. Deliverables- Production began on three Gillig's on
10/12/09. Delivery of six vans to do transit enhancements such as public art, signage and wayfinding
This grant will allow LACMTA on 7/10/10.
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 result of this investment, LACMTA will be able to
enhance the customer experience through improved wayfinding, customer information, system identity, lighting
improvements, and the incorporation of unique artworks created specifically for these locations -- all designed
to make transit a more attractive alternative.                                         Quarterly Activity for Period
Ending 09/30/10: Executed contract with the Lipski Group Inc. for artwork design services at El Monte Bus
Station located at the corner of Santa Anita Ave. and Ramona Blvd. in El Monte, CA. For Next Period: Execute
art fabricationMaintenance - $9.6 million to provide preventive maintenance on the agency's fleet of buses and
1)Preventive services contract.
facility. This project has been completed; 2) ERP Phase 1 - $1.8 million to update and install a new enterprise
resource planning system for the agency. Phase 1 has been completed; 3) ERP Phase 2 - $5.0 million to
update and install a new enterprise resource planning system for the agency. This phase is almost complete
and the majority of the ARRA funds used for this part of project are almost fully expensed; 4) $1.0 million to
install new farebox systems in the existing fleet of coaches in the agency. The purchase order for this project
has been issued; 5) $1.8 million to install new video surveillance equipment on the coaches. This project has
just started started. 6) $1.5 million to construct a Transit Center in the city of Yucaipa. Phase I of this project
This grant has allowed the transit agency continue getting underway.
has been completed. Phase II of the project is justto provide ADA transit services at existing levels. This grant
has allowed the transit agency to maintain bus operations at existing levels by funding a portion of bus operator
labor cost. This grant has allowed the transit agency to continue providing preventive maintenance
on 233 buses and 76 Light Rail Vehicles. The grant will also allow the transit agency to retrofit up to 15
additional Light Rail Vehicles for use on and in coordination with system rail expansion projects. The inspection
report for the vehicles is completed, and draft specifications for long lead procurement items are in review. The
vehicle overhaul specification is expected October 2010. Two vehicles are in operating condition for yard
moves and have been coupled to test trainline functions. The grant has allowed a subrecipient transit
agency to continue providing preventive maintenance on its fleet of 21 buses and replace 1 bus, which was




These funds were utilized for the construction of the photo voltiac shade structure portion of the construction of
VVTA's new administration, operations, and maintenance facility. These funds were utilized for the capital cost
of contracting to a third party transportation provider. This provider operates public transportation services in the
Victorville-Hesperia-Apple Valley urbanized area. Additionally, the provider maintains the fleet of 30 vehicles
needed for these services.




None




The project will allow the County and the City of El Centro to develop a safer and modern alternative to the
street corner in use now.




Three low-floor buses have been received from Gillig Corporation using options from a contract between Gillig
and Delaware Transit Authority. Four Type II paratransit vans have been received from Creative Bus Sales
using options from a contract between Creative Bus Sales and San Mateo County Transit District. Preventative
mainenance on the existing paratransit fleet is ongoing. RABA has received and expended $167,099 in ARRA
funds for this activity.
Preventative Maintanence funding will allow funding of Maintanence wages to cunter shortfall in operating
budget. Purchase and installation of standby generator will power entire facility and will complete project to
upgrade site security. To invest in transportation, environmental protection, and other infrastructure that will
provide long-term economic benefits.




This quarter had no currently activity on the projects, however we are now planning on moving forward with the
second part of the fueling station project.




This grant allows for the modernization of the transit fleet with the purchase of 5 gasoline/electric hybrid
vehicles. Four of the vehicles were delivered during the quarter. In addition, once the multi-modal Park and
Ride lot is constructed, hundreds of residents/commuters a day will be able to make more efficient, safe and
timely transit connections. Lot construction was almost completed during the quarter.




Current project status is: contract has been signed, a purchase order has been provided to the Vendor (Gillig
Bus), desired configuration has been addressed and the order is now in queue to begin production. Current
estimateswill fund 5 projects. 1) Construct aFebruary 2011. the City's McBean Regional Transit Center Transfer
Program indicate production may begin by Park & Ride at
Station. Conceptual plan completed and NEPA approved. Staff is currently finalizing Request for Proposals.
2) Expand the parking area of the existing Metrolink Station in Newhall area of City. Conceptual plan completed
and NEPA approved. Staff is currently finalizing Request for Proposals. 3) Expand on the Transit Information
Network (TIN) currently being designed and installed for the City of Santa Clarita. Staff is in the process of
finalizing the Request for Proposals. 4) Implement a Smart Card bus fare payment system on its local and
commuter bus fleet. Staff is currently defining and developing technical specifications for the project. 5)
Accommodate the upgrade of the camera surveillance system on 34 of the City's local buses and allow for the
installation of surveillance cameras on our commuter bus fleet. Staff is currently in the process of finalizing the




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 2010.




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 grant allows Modesto to
minimize service cuts while we preserve family wage union and non-union jobs that provide health insurance.
ARRA funds have been used for maintaining buses and facilities and to cover the capital cost of contracting for
para transit services.




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 conduct preventive
maintenance on 24 existing buses. As a result of these investments, the transit agency will be able to offer
public transportation service that is safer, more reliable, and more accessible for people with disabilities.
This grant will allow the purchase of two paratransit vehicles to replace old vehicles that are currently in the
fleet. As a result of these investments, the agency will be able to continue to offer public transportation service
that is safer, more reliable, and accessible for people with disabilities. Contract has been awarded by City
Council and vehicles are being manufactured. First delivery is expected in mid October.




CCTS staff is nearing completion of the specifications and paint design for replacement buses. Procurement is
anticipated by December 2010. An inventory of bus stops and shelter designs, including advertising space to
generate revenue, has been moving to completion. to purchase an automated farebox system and equipment
This grant will allow City of Riverside Special Transit
for its new CNG maintenance facility. Staff has completed a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program in
order to comply with federal requirements before expending funds. Staff has posted a RFP on the City's
website in order to obtain proposals on the project. The period to respond to the RFP closed on October 8;
however, the City received no proposals. The City is extending the submittal period until October 22. If the City
does not receive any proposals by October 22, the City may utilize the sole source method of purchasing the
equipment and completing the project. CNG Facility Equipment - Staff had publicly bid the construction of the
maintenance building; the bid period is closing on October 12. Staff will purchase equipment following award of
Correction to previous quarter (Quarter of Total is by late November, 2010).
the construction project (estimated date2): award Federal amount of ARRA funds received/invoiced corrected
from $426,042 to $194,701. The total cost of the bus purchased was $426,042 and the City of Redondo Beach
used a portion of the ARRA funds for the purchase of the 32-foot bus. The portion of ARRA funds used for the
purchase of the 32-foot bus was drawn-down in ECHO for a reimbursement of $194,701. Current quarter
activity (Quarter 3): The City of Redondo Beach completed the purchase of three, 22-foot, CNG-powered
Cutaway buses and these buses were placed in service on 9/1/2010, for the Beach Cities Transit fleet. The
City also completed the purchase of the bus benches and trash receptacles for the bus stop improvements;
delivery was received in August of 2010 and accepted. All work for this project is fully completed. ECHO draw-
down was fully completed for reimbursement of ARRA funds expended for a cumulative total of $499,601. The




The scope of work for phase 1 has been created and staff has solicited informal quotes from Transit Resource
11.43.02 UST PROJECT: Project is nearly process will be completed in January 2010.
Inc. Staf anticipates the Phase 2 formal bidcomplete. However, damage to a vacuum hose reel & sections of
the cement around the newly installed electrical vaults has caused a delay in the final close out of the project.
Hose reel had to be ordered. There was minimal activity July & August, mostly activity on change order
processing & revisions to address activity from previous months. There was no activity in the month of
September. As a result of the 2 remaining issues MBL has held back the 10% retention. Project completion is
scheduled for Oct 2010. 11.43.02 CNG FUELING STATION: Contract was awarded by Council on Sept 8,
2010. Contract is currently being reviewed by both parties. NTP is anticipated to be issued in Oct 2010. RFP for
Construction Support Management services for the construction of the station was released on July 1, 2010.
Evaluations were conducted on Aug 4, 2010. Council awarded contract on Aug 25, 2010 to Fiedler Group, of




The City of La Mirada has ordered and received the placement vehicle lift, the maintenance equipment and the
secuirty cameras and recorders.




The City has initiated the purchase of 5 buses through Creative Bus Sales; an RFP for the construction of
shelters is being developed; and preventive maintenance (PM) is being conducted on fixed-route and dial-a-ride
vehicles at the City's Public Works facility.
During this quarter installation work of the Automatic People Counter (APC) inside of Light Rail Vehicles and
Buses has begun by INIT. The APCs are being calibrated and reviewing the noise signal mitigation. It is
anticipated that this project will be completed by the end of next quarter.




During this quarter no ARRA funded work was performed on the Denver Union Staion Project. Grant funds
were fully expended as of June 30, 2010.




During this quarter design work was awarded to Merrick & Co. Design is now underway for the Boulder Boiler
Replacement project.




During this quarter design work was awarded to Merrick & Co. Design is now underway for the East Metro
Boiler Replacement project.

10/26/10: 1)Summit County facility project will be completed Nov 30, 2010 2)Three operating projects:
SUCAP continues to draw down funds Lake County/Summit County continues to draw down funds Costilla
County developing Scope of Work for 2011 contract 3)Completed procurements: Rolling stock: -Gilpin
County -Montrose All Points Transit -Seniors? Resource Center (Evergreen) Non rolling stock capital: -
Gunnison Valley RTA -Prowers County This grant has allowed grantees to complete projects needed to
improve transit. As a result of these projects, the grantees have been more efficient in maintaining and
servicing its transit operations in their respective areas and throughout the State.




We received three (3) paratransit vans under this project, and payment was made to vendor. A total of
$239,031 will be utilited to pay for buses fuel. Five (5) buses from the Gillig Corporation will be delivered in
November 2010. An Request for Proposal (RFP) for the voice enunciation system is in progress.
Invest 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 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 public transportation by repairing
and increasing life expectancy of various facilities throughout the district and upgrading computer systems.
Lastly investments in public transportation are for the Denver Union Station and the West Corridor. During this
quarter RTD received 6 intercity buses and completed its scope of work of this grant related to the Denver
Union Station project.
10/7/2010 - There are still three (3) open projects remaining in this grant. Namely: 1. Loveland's bus
procurement - the latest update is that Loveland expects delivery of these Gilligs by December 2010, 5 months
ahead of schedule and with a projected project completion date of 1/31/2011. 2. Loveland's purchase of an
electronic farebox system - the fareboxes have recently been installed on their vehicles and projected user
training in October 2010 will close out this project. 3. Fort Collins' purchase of proximity card readers - because
of pricing constraints, we have decided not to bid out (via RFP) this project and instead, will develop the
proximity card reader system in-house with perhaps some software development from a 3rd party consultant.
We fully expect this project to conclude by 12/31/2010.
Due to declining sales tax revenues, Mountain Metropolitan Transit faced up to a 50% reduction in local fixed
route services and up to a 10% reduction in paratransit services for 2010. This ARRA grant allowed Mountain
Metropolitan Transit (MMT) to fund 3rd Party Capital Cost of Contracting for its fixed route service for 2010,
2011 and a portion of 2012; fund a portion of the ADA Paratransit services for 2010; and fund building and
vehicle Preventative Maintenance for 2010. As a result of these investments, the local match, annually
budgeted for these grant funded capital expenditures, has been freed up to help preserve portions of the local
fixed-route and paratransit services in 2010, 2011, and a portion of 2012. The grant will also fund infrastructure
investments such as building a new contractor facility, renovating the Downtown Bus Terminal, ADA pedestrian
improvements for the visually impaired, and equipping of anew and used transit fleet and for Grand Valley of
This Recovery Act grant will allow for the construction all new bus maintenance facility facilities with state
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, and
room for maintenance activities. The facility will include three maintenance bays, a wash bay, and a lube bay.
It will also include a breakroom, tool storage, fleet parts storage, and oil storage. During this quarter, our
General Contractor contract was awarded in late July, August was spent reviewing the construction documents,
making and approving submittals, and paid for the General Contractors bonds. In September the Contractor
mobilized including setting up the field trailer, getting started on temporary electric, excavated the building pad,
installed 4? of structural 2010. Progress is being made onand projects. Three foundations. In September we
Report as of October 5, fill under the building pad, drilled all poured the pier projects have been completed:
Bus safety railing retrofits, transit facility sprinkler system installation and a new Paratransit van. Contracts
have been issued for the projects involving the replacement of three fixed route buses, the fuel bay relocation
and the bus wash replacement. The fuel bay build phase is underway and is 50% complete, including piping
and conduit installation, concrete resurfacing and dispenser pads, installation of fueling system components,
and electrical and mechanical control installations. Project research has been ongoing for the remainder of the
projects, and we are now working on preparing the RFP`s & IFB`s for them. No particular problems with
proceeding on any project have been identified, and no claims have been issued. One change order for the
fuel bay relocation project was issued as contaminated soil was found due to a leaking filler pipe. The soil was




As of 9/30/10: The bus was delivered and accepted in April, 2010. Activities Next Quarter: Final Report filing
expected.
ARRA Update as of 10/04/10: In the initial report, estimated expenditure and jobs data was reported for Grant
CT-56-0002. This has been adjusted due to the fact that the two projects funded under this grant, The Danbury
CTC and the Component Change Out Shop are also funded under a separate ARRA Grant, CT-96-X004. The
sequence of funding drawdown for these two state projects will first occur under CT-96-X004 and then move to
CT-56-0002. The expenditures incurred through September 30, 2010 for these two state projects are reported
under CT-96-X004. The related jobs detail information is also included under that grant. As the funding
drawdown continues to progress to the point of depletion, the drawdowns will transition to ARRA Grant CT-56-
0002. The related job detail will then continuebe used to accelerate construction of a minimum operable
ARRA funds in the amount of $2,800,000 will to be reported in CT-56-0002.
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 affected roadways and access points are re-opened sooner. The
MOS will begin at the Elm Street/ Myrtle Avenue/ Jefferson Street intersection and extend approximately 750
feet north on Myrtle Avenue. This segment includes Right of Way acquisition of four (4) full take properties and
eighteen (18) partial takes. The scope of work will complete the alignment and signalization of the major
intersection of Elm St/ Jefferson St/ and Myrtle Ave and will include: installation of new storm and sanitary
sewer systems, widening of the roadway for a (4) lane roadway, consisting of a travel lane in each direction and




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 life, be
more reliable, have reduced on-going maintenance costs, an 11% improvement in efficiency and 80% reduction
in diesel particulate matter.




Activities as of 9/30/10: The Request for Proposals (RFP) for the stationary fuel cells is being developed. The
bus manufacturers report that some hybrid buses are just about to enter production. The above activities
reported for both projects will continue into the next quarter.
As of 9/30/10: Estuary Transit District purchased and installed cell phone antennas and counters on the buses,
purchased computer hardware and software, back up for computer network system and completed 50% of the
scheduling software purchase and install project. The Middletown Transit District placed an order for the
purchase of three (3) 30-ft buses. Activities Next Quarter: During the next quarter the Department will review
requests from the Estuary Transit District to purchase computer hardware and software, cell phones and
headsets, a hybrid support vehicle and 2 hybrid paratransit vehicles. The Department will review the request of
the Northwestern CT Transit District to purchase four (4) paratransit vehicles. It is anticipated that the
October 2010 During the quarter requests to purchase vehicles and support equipment.
Department will receive additionalended September 30, 2010 construction of the pulse point has moved into
high gear. 1.Demolition of the existing facility was completed in early July. 2.The temporary pulse point on
the Burnell Boulevard Bridge was also completed in early July. 3.The four seat wall foundations were
completed and the walls constructed. 4.Footings for the columns that will support the canopy were poured in
late August and early September. 5.Placement of stone, and an additional concrete pour was done to fill the
space between the seat walls and the wall of the adjoining property owner. 6.Seat wall caps were installed.
7.Plaza sections in front of the seat walls were begun. 8.Planter curbs were poured. 9.About one third of
the bollard foundations were completed. 10.           Deliveries of granite curbing and sensitive edging were
received in preparation for forming and pouring the street. Although the project is moving forward, delivery of




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 life, be
more reliable, have reduced on-going maintenance costs, an 11% improvement in efficiency and 80% reduction
in diesel particulate matter. In the prior period, twenty 35' buses were delivered. All 33 45ft MCI commuter
ARRA Update as of 9/30/10:
coaches were received before 6/30/10. CDOT has requisitions in place for all ordered buses in the ARRA Grant
and the new bus production delivery schedule for the Next Quarter is as follows: 12 60' Diesel Novas (New
Haven), 9 40' Hybrid New Flyers (New Haven), 11 60' Diesel Novas (Stamford), one 35' Diesel New Flyer
(Waterbury) and one 35' Hybrid New Flyer (Waterbury).          The activities under the Statewide Park & Ride Lot
Improvements project under this grant for the quarter ending 9/30/10: the work was completed including the
installation of bus shelters at 3 locations on 8/6/10. CDOT Office of Construction reports that the punch list
items have been completed. The remaining activities of the Statewide Park & Ride lot Improvements project is
ARRA Update as next quarter.
to conclude in the of 10/4/10: NHL Station Improvmnt Activities This Qtr: Phase A, Banton compltd base plate
repairs for platform railings. Paint struct steel at Westport and Darien Stations. Install new Metal Roof Deck in
So Norwalk. Remove old Metal Roof Deck in Bridgeport. Lead abatement at var stations. Phase B contract
awarded to Rizzo Constr on 6/1/10; NTP issued 6/21/10. Start work Wilton Staton. Next Qtr: Continue work at
var stations. Branford Railroad Station Activities This Qtr: Redesign of parking lot grades sent to the Contractor
in July; prices have been negotiated. Discovered approx. 2500 c.y. of materials in the WSA exceeded the 1
mg/kg Federal Toxic Substance Control ACT (TSCA) regulatory limit for PCBs;had to be disposed of as extra
work. Prices negotiated and material removed. Next Qtr:Contractor relocated equipment and work forces
Through the end the extra work;plan has expended $10.1 million of the $17.7 fencing at existing lot will be
elsewhere duringof September Metro to remobilize and regrade the site. Temp million awarded. All projects
have begun. All remaining funds are committed to contract awards and staff labor. Progress through
September, 2010 for ongoing projects includes: - Chemical sensors have been relocated in eight stations and
begun in 12 other stations. 40 percent of 635 new sensors and alarms have been installed. - 111 emergency
tunnel evacuation cart cabinets have been installed and 25 new and 12 repaired carts have been placed into
service. - Designs were created and are being revised replacement of the sales office at Metro Center. - Four
specialized locomotives for providing maintenance on railways have been ordered and will be delivered in 2011.
Projects completed through September, 2010 include: - 5,419 linear feet of grout pads have been replaced to
Metro has expended $83.6 million of the $184.0 million project exceeded its percent of the total feet while
provide smoother and quieter operation of rail cars. Theawarded, which is 45 goal of 5,000 linear grant. 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 through September, 2010 on active projects includes: - The DC
Village site for a bus garage has been cleared and prepared for construction. The builder has been given the
notice to proceed. - Site preparation has begun for a new bus body and paint shop. - Information Technology
hardware and software have been installed the security of the data centers has been upgraded. - Fencing
modifications and security camera installation has begun on bus facilities. - Operations Control Center
communications equipment is being installed. - Heavy Duty Track equipment is being manufactured - Re-
construction of station platforms has begun. - 60 to 90 percent design and engineering service are complete for




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 reduction in annual building usage of kilowatt hours of
purchased electricity.
This grant will allow the agency to purchase five (5) replacement buses for Sussex County that are needed to
replace current buses with high mileage. The order for the buses was placed June 1, 2006 and delivery was
made between April and June 2010.
(25-514-02)This grant will allow the agency to purchase four (4) new Silverliner V rail cars from SEPTA which
will add capacity for SEPTA service between Philadelphia and Newark, DE. The cars have been ordered, and
delivery is expected in 2011, no expenditures to date; (27-531-04)Allow construction of additional bus
maintenance service bays and a parts room at the DART Mid-County Facility, construction project has been
awarded and construction is on-going; (29-021-01)Allow improvements to be made to the Park & Ride at Route
896 and Route 4 in Newark, DE to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, project has been awarded
and construction is on-going; and (25-020-01)Construct phase one of a new bus transfer center in Dover, this is
a design-build project, awarded and construction is on-going.


CLIN 36 - ARRA Oversight Program Support and Special Assistance &#61607; Completed ARRA Site Visits for
the following: o Broward County Transit: 9/1-2/2010 o TARC/Louisville, KY: 9/15-16/2010 o Jacksonville
Transportation Authority, Jacksonville FL: 9/21-22/2010 &#61607; Provided ARRA Final Reports for the
following: o Broward County Transit, Pompano, FL o Miami Dade Transit, Miami FL (Follow-Up Review) o
Jacksonville Transportation Authority, Jacksonville FL o Puerto Rico Ports Authority - Development
Department, San




Conducted ARRA seminars in association with state DOT's in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming and
Utah. Completed ARRA reviews in Hattiesburg and Jackson, Mississippi.


Prepared and submitted oversight reports. Conducted planning activities to complete additional oversight
reviews. Conducted training activities as follows: During July 2010, coordinated with other contractors on FTA
Regions I and V ARRA reviews. Also, coordinated with Region II for September 29, 2010 workshop and booked
facility. During August 2010, conducted ARRA site visits for Region II to CDTA & City of Kingston, and
continued coordination with Region II and registrants for September 29, 2010 workshop. During September
2010, conducted ARRA Workshop in Region II, and continued coordination with Regions I and V.




Conducting State management Reviews of tribal transit and rural grantees and conducting ARRA training
workshops. Provided technical assistance to Grantee.During July 2010, provided technical assistance to the
U.S. Virgin Islands in closing out deficiencies from the FY 2009 State Management Review. During September
2010, completed review of Massachusetts DOT subrecipient Franklin Regional Transit Authority. Also,
prepared for ARRA workshops in New Mexico and Alaska.




Conducted workshop and provided technical assistance to grantees on ARRA requirements. Developed
approach for conducting oversight reviews of ARRA projects. Initiated planning for oversight compliance
reviews of grantees.




Executed contract modification. Work will be performed in FTA Region 4 (Atlanta, GA); Region 3 (Richmond,
VA); Region 5 (Chicago, IL); Region 6 (Austin, TX); Region 8 (South Dakota) and Region 10 (Olympia, WA).
Consultants To conduct Procurement Systems Reviews. Three individuals conducted two reviews for Region 5,
with a total of number of 516 hours. Total compensation for the reviews under which ARRA funds were used
was $62229.74




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:
$18,724.79




Procurement System Reviews for ARRA grantee recipients




There were no activities performed this quarter. The last task was performed August 21, 2009.




Compliance program service activities for training and additional compliance initiatives. Work completed in for
Headquarters in Washington, DC for training in Kansas City (Region 7).




Procurement system review program services for compliance training and inititatives. Work completed in for
Headquarters in Washington, DC for training in Kansas City (Region 7).




Managing/tracking various ARRA contract with the Federal