FTA_Section_1512_reports_for_FY_11_Q3

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					Federal Transit Administration Recipient Reported Section 1512 Data for the 3rd quarter of 2011 (A
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Information in this file is derived from data reported by FTA’s recipients as of 10/30/2011 and does not reflect subsequent cha

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recipient_state   award_number     recipient_name                pop_city          de               st




Alabama           AL-77-0001-00    MONTGOMERY, CITY OF           Montgomery            36104-3728                   2




Alabama           al-96-x005-00    GADSDEN, CITY OF              Gadsden               35901-3700                   4




Alabama           AL-96-X004       CITY OF HUNTSVILLE            Huntsville            35801-4240                   5




Alabama           AL-96-X003-00    MONTGOMERY, CITY OF           Montgomery            36104-3728                   2




                                   TUSCALOOSA COUNTY
                                   PARKING & TRANSIT
Alabama           AL-96-X001       AUTHORITY                     Tuscaloosa            35405-2623                   7




                                   BIRMINGHAM-JEFFERSON
Alabama           AL-96-X006       COUNTY TRANSIT AUTHORITY      Birmingham            35203-2008                   7
                          TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA
Alabama   AL-96-X007-01   DEPT OF                    Montgomery         36110-2060   2




                          TRANSPORTATION, ALABAMA
Alabama   AL-86-X001-01   DEPT OF                    Montgomery         36110-2060   2




                          TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC
                          FACILITIES, ALASKA
Alaska    AK-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF             Juneau              99801-1427   0




                          CROOKED CREEK
Alaska    AK-86-X006      CORPORATION                Crooked Creek      99575-0069   0




                          ASA'CARSARMIUT TRIBAL
Alaska    AK-86-X005      COUNCIL                    Mountain Village   99632-0249   0




                          FAIRBANKS NORTH STAR,
Alaska    AK-96-X002      BOROUGH OF                 Fairbanks          99701-2813   0




Alaska    AK-96-X003-00   ANCHORAGE, MUNICIPALITY OF Anchorage          99501-2225   0
                                 ALASKA RAILROAD
Alaska           AK-96-X001-00   CORPORATION                Anchorage       99501-1671   0




                                 AMERICAN SAMOA
                                 GOVERNMENT, DEPARTMENT
American Samoa   AS-86-X001      OF PUBLIC WORKS            Pago Pago       96799-0001   98




Arizona          AZ-56-0001      PHOENIX, CITY OF           Phoenix         85003-1621   4




                                 TRANSPORTATION, ARIZONA
Arizona          AZ-86-X001-00   DEPT OF                    Phoenix         85007-3213   4




Arizona          AZ-86-X002      NAVAJO TRANSIT SYSTEM      Fort Defiance   86504-1330   1




Arizona          AZ-96-X002      PHOENIX, CITY OF           Phoenix         85003-1621   4




                                 NORTHERN ARIZONA
                                 INTERGOVERNMENTAL PUBLIC
Arizona          AZ-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Flagstaff         86004-2310   1
Arizona    AZ-96-X001          CITY OF TUCSON             Tucson         85701-1303   7




Arizona    AZ-78-0001          CITY OF TUCSON             Tucson         85701-1303   7




                               STANTEC CONSULTING
Arizona    DTFT60-09-D-00017   SERVICES INC.              New Orleans    850445355    4




Arkansas   AR-96-X0007-00      PINE BLUFF TRANSIT         Pine Bluff     71601-6838   4




Arkansas   AR-96-X005          TRANSIT PARKING DEPT       Fayetteville   72701-4821   3




                               OZARK REGIONAL TRANSIT,
Arkansas   AR-96-X001          INC.                       Springdale     72764-0309   3




                               HIGHWAY AND
                               TRANSPORTATION, ARKANSAS
Arkansas   AR-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF              Little Rock    72209-4206   2
Arkansas     AR-96-X002          FORT SMITH, CITY OF         Fort Smith          72901-2508   3




                                 CENTRAL ARKANSAS TRANSIT
Arkansas     AR 96-X004          AUTHORITY                   North Little Rock   72114-4647   2




California   DTFT60-07-D-00011   CDI/DCI JOINT VENTURE       Pasadena            911014754    29




             DTFT60-09-D-00022 /
             DTFT6009D00022T11
California   004                 ANIL VERMA ASSOCIATES, INC. New York            900712955    34




California   DTFT60-09-D-00018   PGH WONG ENGINEERING        San Francisco       941053801    8




                                 KAL KRISHNAN CONSULTING
California   DTFT60-09-D-00024   SERVICES INC                Los Angeles         946123544    9




California   CA-66-X013          VACAVILLE, CITY OF          Vacaville           95688-6908   7
California   CA-66-X016      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF         Fairfield     94533-4836   10




                             NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-77-0005      DISTRICT                   Oceanside     92054-2825   49




California   CA-96-X013-00   LOS ANGELES, CITY OF       Los Angeles   90012-3719   34




California   CA-96-X019      TURLOCK, CITY OF           Turlock       95380-5456   19




                             SAN MATEO COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X021      DISTRICT                   San Carlos    94070-2468   12




                             GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE,
                             HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
California   CA-96-X028      DISTRICT                 San Francisco   94129-0601   8




                             SANTA CLARA VALLEY
California   CA-96-X029-02   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY San Jose        95134-1906   16
                             SANTA BARBARA
                             METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X033      DISTRICT                   Santa Barbara   93101-1610   23




California   Ca-96-X064      IMPERIAL, COUNTY (INC)     El Centro       92243-2839   51




                             BUTTE COUNTY ASSOCIATION
California   CA-96-X070-00   OF GOVERNMENTS             Chico           95928-8440   2




California   CA-96-X079      CITY OF CORONA             Corona          92882-2187   44




California   CA-96-X080-00   CITY OF RIVERSIDE          Riverside       92522-0002   44




                             REDONDO BEACH, CITY OF
California   CA-96-X081-00   (INC)                      Redondo Beach   90277-2836   36




California   CA-96-X005      SIMI VALLEY, CITY OF       Simi Valley     93063-2117   24
                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Los Angeles    90012-2952   34




California   CA-96-X043-00   RIVERSIDE TRANSIT AGENCY   Riverside    92507-3484   44




California   CA-96-X032      MANTECA, CITY OF           Manteca      95337-4302   11




California   CA-96-X083      MONTEBELLO, CITY OF        Montebello   90640-5057   38




California   CA-96-X011      FRESNO, CITY OF            Fresno       93706-1631   20




                             RESERVATION
California   CA-86-X004      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Pauma Valley   92590-2892   49




California   CA-96-X062-00   MADERA, CITY OF            MADERA       93637-3527   19
                          SUSANVILLE INDIAN
California   CA-86-X005   RANCHERIA                 Susanville      96130-3628   4




California   CA-96-X044   SANTA MONICA, CITY OF     Santa Monica    90401-3324   30




California   CA-96-X063   LOMPOC, CITY OF           Lompoc          93436-6969   24




                          ANTELOPE VALLEY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X038   AUTHORITY                 Lancaster       93534-7124   22




California   CA-96-X071   SANTA CLARITA CITY OF     Santa Clarita   91355-5316   25




                          LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                          METROPOLITAN
California   CA-66-X005   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Los Angeles      90012-2952   34




                          LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                          METROPOLITAN
California   CA-56-0001   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Los Angeles      90012-2952   34
                             LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                             METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X057      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Los Angeles       90012-2952   34




California   CA-96-X023      FAIRFIELD, CITY OF        Fairfield        94533-4836   10




California   CA-96-X072      COMMERCE, CITY OF         Commerce         90040-1410   34




                             SACRAMENTO REGIONAL
California   CA-96-X060      TRANSIT DIST.             Sacramento       95816-6406   5




California   CA-96-X008      SUNLINE TRANSIT AGENCY    Thousand Palms   92276-3501   45




California   CA-96-X082-00   ROSEVILLE, CITY OF        Roseville        95678-2649   4




California   CA-96-X054      PLACER, COUNTY OF         Auburn           95603-2640   4
                             REDDING AREA BUS
California   CA-96-X066-00   AUTHORITY                  Redding       96001-2718   2




California   CA-96-X084      LA MIRADA, CITY OF         La Mirada     90638-3028   39




California   CA-96-X017      MERCED, COUNTY OF          Merced        95340-4801   18




California   CA-96-x010      FOOTHILL TRANSIT           West Covina   91790-2944   32




                             TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              Sacramento    95814-5680   5




California   CA-96-X031      SONOMA, COUNTY OF          Santa Rosa    95403-2819   6




California   CA-96-X069-00   NAPA, COUNTY OF            Napa          94559-2951   1
California   CA-96-X042      CULVER CITY, CITY OF        Culver City      90232-2703   33




California   CA-77-0004      SANTA CLARITA CITY OF       Santa Clarita    91355-5316   25




                             NORTH COUNTY TRANSIT
California   CA-96-X016      DISTRICT                    Oceanside        92054-2825   49




                             TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-96-X074-01   DEPARTMENT OF              San Luis Obispo   93401-7597   23




California   CA-66-X014      CITY OF VALLEJO             Vallejo          94590-5939   7




                             PENINSULA CORRIDOR JOINT
California   CA-96-X022      POWERS BOARD                San Carlos       94070-2468   12




California   CA-96-X052-01   LODI, CITY OF (INC)         Lodi             95240-2019   11
                             SANTA CRUZ METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X030-03   TRANSIT DISTRICT           Santa Cruz       95060-2130   17




                             SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
California   CA-66-x017-00   REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY    Los Angeles      90012-2952   34




                             SAN DIEGO ASSOCIATION OF
California   CA-96-X027-00   GOVERNMENTS                San Diego        92101-4231   53




California   CA-96-X006      GOLD COAST TRANSIT         Oxnard           93030-6048   23




                             SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
California   CA-96-X046-01   REGIONAL RAIL AUTHORITY    Los Angeles      90012-2952   34




                             LONG BEACH PUBLIC
California   CA-96-X007-00   TRANSPORTATION COMPANY     Long Beach       90813-3907   37




California   CA-96-X058-00   OMNITRANS                  San Bernardino   92411-2401   43
California   CA-96-X073      MODESTO, CITY OF (INC)     Modesto       95354-0847   18




                             ALAMEDA-CONTRA COSTA
California   CA-77-0003      TRANSIT DISTRICT           Oakland       94612-2806   9




                             GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE,
                             HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
California   CA-66-X019      DISTRICT                 San Francisco   94129-0601   8




California   CA-96-X056-00   SANTA MARIA, CITY OF       Santa Maria   93454-5163   23




                             EASTERN CONTRA COSTA
California   CA-96-X055      TRANSIT AUTHORITY          Antioch       94509-7500   10




                             SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
California   CA-96-X001-00   RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT     Oakland       94612-3534   9




California   CA-96-X039      NORWALK, CITY OF           Norwalk       90650-3144   38
                                 SAN JOAQUIN REGIONAL
California   CA-96-X045          TRANSIT DISTRICT RTD       Stockton        95202-3024   18




                                 SAN FRANCISCO, CITY &
California   CA-96-X014          COUNTY OF                  San Francisco   94103-1546   8




                                 TRANSPORTATION, CALIFORNIA
California   CA-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF              Sacramento      95814-5680   5




California   CA-96-X034          CITY OF VALLEJO            Vallejo         94590-5939   7




                                 LOS ANGELES COUNTY
                                 METROPOLITAN
California   CA-96-X012          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Los Angeles       90012-2952   34




                                 SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
California   CA-56-0003-00       RAPID TRANSIT DISTRICT     Oakland         94612-3534   9




Colorado     DTFT60-09-D-00014   CH2M HILL, INC.            Englewood       801125946    6
                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado   CO-56-0001      DISTRICT                  Denver         80202-1662   1




                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado   CO-77-0001      DISTRICT                  Boulder        80202-1662   1




                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado   CO-77-0002      DISTRICT                  Aurora         80202-1662   1




Colorado   CO-96-X001-00   CITY OF PUEBLO            Pueblo         81003-4201   3




Colorado   CO-96-X003-00   FORT COLLINS, CITY OF     Fort Collins   80524-4402   4




Colorado   CO-96-X005      COUNTY OF MESA            Whitewater     81501-2642   3




                           TRANSPORTATION, COLORADO
Colorado   CO-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF            Denver          80222-3406   1
                              REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Colorado      CO-96-X002      DISTRICT                  Denver             80202-1662   1




                              MOUNTAIN METROPOLITAN
Colorado      CO-96-X004      TRANSIT                   Colorado Springs   80903-4637   5




                              GREATER BRIDGEPORT
Connecticut   CT-66-X002-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)    Bridgeport         06610-3212   4




                              TRANSPORTATION,
                              CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT
Connecticut   CT-77-0001      OF                        Newington          06111-4113   1




                              TRANSPORTATION,
                              CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT
Connecticut   CT-86-X001-00   OF                        Newington          06111-4113   1




                              GREATER BRIDGEPORT
Connecticut   CT-96-X002-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)    Bridgeport         06610-3212   4




                              TRANSPORTATION,
                              CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT
Connecticut   CT-96-X003-01   OF                        Newington          06111-4113   1
                                  TRANSPORTATION,
                                  CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT
Connecticut   CT-96-X004-00       OF                         Newington    06111-4113   1




                                  TRANSPORTATION,
                                  CONNECTICUT DEPARTMENT
Connecticut   CT-56-0002-00       OF                         Newington    06111-4113   1




Connecticut   CT-66-X001-00       STAMFORD, CITY OF          Stamford      69012902    4




                                  TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE
Delaware      DE-77-0001-00       DEPARTMENT OF            Dover          19901-4667   0




                                  TRANSPORTATION, DELAWARE
Delaware      DE-96-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF            Dover          19901-4667   0




District of
Columbia      DTFT60-09D-00016    HILL INTERNATIONAL, INC.   Washington   200055961    98




District of
Columbia      DTFT60-08-C-00018   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE       Washington   200117804    98
District of
Columbia      DTFT60-08-C-00018   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE        Washington   200117804    98




District of
Columbia      DTFT60-08-C-00015   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE        Washington   200117804    98




District of
Columbia      DTFT60-08-C-00015   DMP GROUP, LLC , THE        Washington   200117804    98




District of                       WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN
Columbia      DC-56-0001          AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY      Washington   20001-2610   98




District of                       METROPOLITAN WASHINGTON
Columbia      DC-78-0001          COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS      Washington   20002-4290   98




District of                       WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN
Columbia      DC-96-X001          AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY      Washington   20001-2610   98




Florida       DTFT60-09-D-00023   ATKINS NORTH AMERICA, INC   Salem        328106161    3
                          TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-56-0003-00   DEPARTMENT OF             Pompano Beach   33064-2046   23




Florida   FL-66-X004      GAINESVILLE, CITY OF      Gainesville     32601-5456   3




Florida   FL-96-X006      LEE, COUNTY OF            Fort Myers      33901-3010   14




                          TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-96-X015-00   DEPARTMENT OF             Pompano Beach   33064-2046   23




Florida   FL-96-X017      LAKE, COUNTY OF           Tavares         32778-3813   8




                          LAKELAND AREA MASS
Florida   FL-96-X021-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT          Lakeland        33815-1312   12




                          WEST FLORIDA REGIONAL
Florida   FL-96-X022-00   PLANNING COUNCIL          Panama City     32514-6477   1
Florida   FL-96-X024-00   OCALA, CITY OF            Ocala             34471-2148   6




Florida   FL-96-x029      MARTIN, COUNTY OF         Stuart            34996-3322   16




                          VOLUSIA TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X016-01   MANAGEMENT, INC.          South Daytona     32119-2518   24




Florida   FL-77-0002      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH     West Palm Beach   33401-4705   22




Florida   FL-96-X019-00   COUNTY OF COLLIER         Naples            34112-3969   14




                          MANATEE COUNTY AREA
Florida   FL-96-X002-00   TRANSIT                   Bradenton         34208-3928   11




Florida   FL-96-X018      INDIAN RIVER, COUNTY OF   Vero Beach        32960-3328   15
Florida   FL-96-X027      SARASOTA, COUNTY OF (INC)   Sarasota          34236-6808   13




Florida   FL-96-X005-00   COUNTY OF POLK              Bartow            33830-3760   12




Florida   FL-56-0005-00   MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF       Miami             33128-1903   18




Florida   FL-96-X010-00   CHARLOTTE, COUNTY OF        Punta Gorda       33948-1068   16




Florida   FL-96-X026      COUNTY OF, PALM BEACH       West Palm Beach   33401-4705   22




Florida   FL-96-X028      MIAMI-DADE, COUNTY OF       Miami             33128-1903   18




                          HILLSBOROUGH TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X013-00   AUTHORITY                   Tampa             33605-2311   11
Florida   FL-96-X025      ST LUCIE, COUNTY OF         Fort Pierce         34982-5632   16




Florida   FL-96-X007-00   COUNTY OF ESCAMBIA          Pensacola           32502-5833   1




                          PINELLAS SUNCOAST TRANSIT
Florida   FL-96-X004      AUTHORITY INC               St. Petersburg      33716-1004   10




                          TRANSPORTATION, FLORIDA
Florida   FL-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Tallahassee         32399-6544   2




Florida   FL-96-X014      OKALOOSA, COUNTY OF         Fort Walton Beach   32547-1285   1




Florida   FL-96-X023      BREVARD, COUNTY OF          Cocoa               32922-0000   15




Florida   FL-96-X020      PASCO, COUNTY OF            Port Richey         34654-5598   5
                              JACKSONVILLE
                              TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Florida   FL-96-X012          (INC)                    Jacksonville      32204-1310   3




Florida   FL-96-X001-01       BROWARD, COUNTY OF         Pompano Beach   33301-1818   20




                              CENTRAL FLORIDA REGIONAL
                              TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
Florida   FL-96-X003-00       (INC)                    Orlando           32801-1518   8




                              MCNEAL PROFESSIONAL
Georgia   DTFT60-10-C-00012   SERVICES, INC.             Washington      301443523    11




Georgia   GA-96-X004-01       GWINNETT, COUNTY OF        Lawrenceville   300456935    7




Georgia   GA-96-X001          HENRY, COUNTY OF           McDonough       30253-6696   3




Georgia   GA-96-X002          COUNTY OF COBB             Marietta        30090-7000   11
Georgia   GA-96-X003      CHEROKEE, COUNTY OF       Canton         30114-2791   6




                          COUNTY OF AUGUSTA-
Georgia   GA-96-X009-00   RICHMOND                  Augusta        30901-4480   10




                          CHATHAM AREA TRANSIT
Georgia   GA-96-X010      AUTHORITY                 Savannah       31401-6263   12




Georgia   GA-96-X007-00   COUNTY OF DOUGLAS         Douglasville   30134-2264   13




                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA
Georgia   GA-66-X001      RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Atlanta        30324-3311   5




                          GEORGIA REGIONAL
Georgia   GA-96-X008-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Atlanta         30303-1222   5




Georgia   GA-96-X006-00   COLUMBUS, COUNTY OF       Columbus       31901-2736   2
                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA
Georgia   GA-96-X005      RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Atlanta    30324-3311   5




                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA
Georgia   GA-56-0001      RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Atlanta    30324-3311   5




                          METROPOLITAN ATLANTA
Georgia   GA-77-0001      RAPID TRANSIT AUTHORITY     Decatur    30324-3311   5




                          GUAM REGIONAL TRANSIT
Guam      GU-86-X001-00   AUTHORITY                   Hagatna    96910-0212   98




                          TRANSPORTATION, HAWAII
Hawaii    HI-86-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF               Honolulu   96813-5097   1




Hawaii    HI-96-X001-00   HONOLULU, CITY & COUNTY OF Honolulu    96813-3017   1




Idaho     ID-86-X002      NEZ PERCE TRIBE             Lapwai     83540-0365   1
Idaho   ID-96-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611   1




Idaho   ID-96-X005-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611   1




Idaho   ID-96-X006-01   KOOTENAI, COUNTY OF       Coeur D Alene   83814-2988   1




Idaho   ID-66-X002-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611   1




                        TRANSPORTATION, IDAHO
Idaho   ID-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF             Boise           83703-5879   2




Idaho   ID-66-X001-00   VALLEY REGIONAL TRANSIT   Meridian        83642-2611   1




Idaho   ID-86-X003-00   THE COEUR D'ALENE TRIBE   Plummer         83851-0408   1
                           TARGHEE REGIONAL PUBLIC
Idaho      ID-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Idaho Falls         83402-5072   2




                           ROCK ISLAND COUNTY
                           METROPOLITAN MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-77-0003      DISTRICT                  Moline             61265-1307   17




                           ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF
Illinois   IL-77-0004-00   TRANSPORTATION              Springfield      62764-0001   19




                           ROCKFORD MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X001-00   DISTRICT (INC)              Rockford         61101-1016   16




                           PACE, THE SUBURBAN BUS
                           DIVISION OF THE REGIONAL
Illinois   IL-96-X005      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Arlington Heights   60005-4412   6




Illinois   IL-96-X007-01   DEKALB, CITY OF             DeKalb           60115-3733   14




                           STATELINE MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X008-00   DISTRICT                    Salina           61072-2520   16
                           CHAMPAIGN-URBANA MASS
Illinois   IL-96-X012-00   TRANSIT DISTRICT (INC)     Urbana        61802-2009   15




Illinois   IL-56-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY Chicago        60661-1498   7




                           NORTHEAST ILLINOIS
                           REGIONAL COMMUTER
Illinois   IL-56-0002      RAILROAD CORPORATION       Chicago       60661-5726   7




                           ILLINOIS DEPARTMENT OF
Illinois   IL-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION             Springfield   62764-0001   19




Illinois   IL-96-X002      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY Chicago        60661-1498   7




                           SPRINGFIELD MASS TRANSIT
Illinois   IL-96-X009      DISTRICT                   SPRINGFIELD   62703-2432   17




Illinois   IL-96-X010      CITY OF DANVILLE           Danville      61832-5758   15
Illinois   IL-77-0001      CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY Chicago        60661-1498   7




Illinois   IL-78-0001-00   NORMAL, TOWN OF           Normal         61761-3089   15




                           NORTHEAST ILLINOIS
                           REGIONAL COMMUTER
Illinois   IL-96-X003      RAILROAD CORPORATION      Chicago        60661-5726   7




                           TRANSPORTATION, INDIANA
Indiana    IN-86-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF             Indianapolis   46204-2219   7




Indiana    IN-96-X007-00   CITY OF EVANSVILLE        EVANSVILLE     47708-1833   8




                           INDIANAPOLIS PUBLIC
                           TRANSPORTATION
Indiana    IN96X011        CORPORATION               Indianapolis   46222-4574   7




                           BLOOMINGTON PUBLIC
                           TRANSPORTATION
Indiana    IN-96-X012-00   CORPORATION               Bloomington    47403-3014   9
Indiana   IN96X020        ANDERSON, CITY OF          ANDERSON        46016-1505   6




                          GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-96-X014      TRANSPORTATION CORP        Lafayette       47904-1830   4




Indiana   IN-96-X019-00   COLUMBUS, CITY OF          Columbus        47201-6774   9




                          FORT WAYNE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION CORP        Fort Wayne      46808-2529   3




                          FORT WAYNE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION CORP        Fort Wayne      46808-2529   3




Indiana   IN-96-X006-00   CITY OF MICHIGAN CITY      Michigan City   46360-3265   2




Indiana   in-96-x005      TERRE HAUTE, CITY OF       Terre Haute     47807-4923   8
                          GREATER LAFAYETTE PUBLIC
Indiana   IN-77-0001-00   TRANSPORTATION CORP        Lafayette   47904-1830   4




                          NORTHERN INDIANA
                          COMMUTER TRANSPORTATION
Indiana   IN-96-X009      DISTRICT                Chesterton     46304-3514   1




                          GARY PUBLIC
                          TRANSPORTATION
Indiana   IN-96-X016      CORPORATION                Gary        46402-1248   1




Indiana   IN-96-X015      KOKOMO, CITY OF            Kokomo      46901-4608   2




                          NORTHWESTERN INDIANA
                          REGIONAL PLANNING
Indiana   IN-96-X018      COMMISSION                 Portage     46368-6409   1




                          NORTHWESTERN INDIANA
                          REGIONAL PLANNING
Indiana   IN-96-X017      COMMISSION                 Portage     46368-6409   1




Iowa      IA-77-0001      AMES, CITY OF              Ames        50010-8630   4
                         TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT
Iowa     IA-96-X001      OF                        Ames            50010-6915   4




Iowa     IA-96-X004      DUBUQUE, THE CITY OF (INC)   Dubuque      52001-4864   1




                         TRANSPORTATION, IOWA DEPT
Iowa     IA-86-X001      OF                        Ames            50010-6915   4




Iowa     IA-96-X007-00   DAVENPORT, CITY OF           Davenport    52801-1308   1




                         DES MOINES AREA REGIONAL
Iowa     IA-96-X002      TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Des Moines   50309-4530   3




Iowa     IA-78-0001      AMES, CITY OF                Ames         50010-8630   4




Kansas   KS-78-0001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON            Olathe       66061-3421   3
                           PRAIRIE BAND POTAWATOMI
Kansas     KS-86-X002      NATION                       Mayetta       66509-8970   2




Kansas     KS-96-X001      COUNTY OF JOHNSON            Olathe        66061-3421   3




Kansas     KS-96-X005-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE             Lawrence      66044-2268   3




                           TRANSPORTATION, KANSAS
Kansas     ks-86-x001-00   DEPARTMENT OF                Topeka        66603-3929   2




Kansas     KS-96-X003-00   CITY OF LAWRENCE             Lawrence      66044-2268   3




                           TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER
Kentucky   KY-66-X001      CITY                       Louisville      40203-2031   3




                           TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF
Kentucky   KY-96-X002      NORTHERN KENTUCKY            Fort Wright   41017-9657   4
                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF RIVER
Kentucky    KY-96-X003      CITY                       Louisville    40203-2031   3




Kentucky    KY-96-X006      ASHLAND, CITY OF             Ashland     41101-7663   4




Kentucky    KY-96-X004      OWENSBORO, CITY OF           Owensboro   42303-4127   2




                            TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF
Kentucky    KY-96-X005      LEXINGTON, FAYETTE COUNTY Lexington      40508-1411   6




Louisiana   LA-56-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY New Orleans   70119-6301   2




Louisiana   LA-96-X002-01   JEFFERSON, PARISH OF         Gretna      70053-5850   2




Louisiana   LA-96-X003      ST BERNARD, PARISH OF        Chalmette   70043-1611   3
                            LAFAYETTE CITY PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X004-00   CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT Lafayette         70506-3543   7




                            TRANSPORTATION AND
                            DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA
Louisiana   LA-96-X007      DEPARTMENT OF             CHALMETTE       70802-4438   6




                            TERREBONNE PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X010-00   CONSOLIDATED GOVERNMENT Houma             70360-4722   3




                            SHREVEPORT TRANSIT
Louisiana   LA-96-X012      MANAGEMENT, INC           Shreveport      71107-6613   4




                            RIVER PARISHES TRANSIT
Louisiana   LA-96-X013      AUTHORITY                 LaPlace         70070-3034   3




                            PLAQUEMINES PARISH
Louisiana   LA-96-X014-00   GOVERNMENT                Belle Chasse    70037-2710   3




Louisiana   LA-96-X011      ST TAMMANY, PARISH OF     Abita Springs   70471-7506   1
Louisiana   LA-96-0006      CITY OF ALEXANDRIA          Alexandria     71301-8342   5




Louisiana   LA-96-X001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY New Orleans     70119-6301   2




Louisiana   LA-96-X009-00   MONROE, CITY OF             Monroe         71201-7509   5




                            CAPITAL AREA TRANSIT
Louisiana   LA-96-X008      SYSTEM                      Baton Rouge    70802-3125   6




Louisiana   LA-78-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY New Orleans     70119-6301   2




Louisiana   LA-96-X005      LAKE CHARLES, CITY OF       Lake Charles   70601-4269   7




                            TRANSPORTATION AND
                            DEVELOPMENT, LOUISIANA
Louisiana   LA-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF               Baton Rouge    70802-4438   6
                           TRANSPORTATION, MAINE
Maine      ME-96-X001-00   DEPARTMENT OF              Augusta        04330-0016   1




                           TRANSPORTATION, MAINE
Maine      ME-86-X001-02   DEPARTMENT OF              Rockland       04330-0016   1




                           TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-77-0001      DEPARTMENT OF            Baltimore        21202-1693   7




                           TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF            Ocean City       21202-1693   7




                           TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-96-X001      DEPARTMENT OF            Upper Marlboro   21202-1693   7




                           TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-66-X001      DEPARTMENT OF            Baltimore        21202-1693   7




                           TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-56-0001      DEPARTMENT OF            Baltimore        21202-1693   7
                               TRANSPORTATION, MARYLAND
Maryland   MD-96-X002          DEPARTMENT OF            Baltimore         21202-1693   7




Maryland   DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville     208504127    8




Maryland   DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville     208504127    8




Maryland   DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC Silver Spring   209103641    4




Maryland   DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC Silver Spring   209103641    4




                               FAUCETT, JACK ASSOCIATES,
Maryland   DTFT60-11-f-00007   INC.                         Betheada      208143370    8




                               SHAW ENVIRONMENTAL &
Maryland   DTFT6009D00019      INFRASTRUCTURE, INC.         Edgewood      210401037    2
                                    QUALITY SOFTWARE
Maryland        DTFT60-10-F-00002   SERVICES, INC.               Herndon       210443331   7




Maryland        DTFT60-08-D-00011   LEON SNEAD & CO PC           Rockville     208504127   8




                                    HANKS, HANKS & ASSOCIATES    DISTRICT OF
Maryland        DTFT60-10-C-00011   LLC                          COLUMBIA      206033208   5




Maryland        DTFT60-10-D-00005   DMS/RMW ASSOCIATES JV, LLC Silver Spring   209103641   4




                                    GREATER ATTLEBORO-
                                    TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X010          AUTHORITY                    Taunton       27803950    4




                                    MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-86-X001-00       COMMONWEALTH OF              BOSTON        21081518    9




                                    MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-86-X002-00       COMMONWEALTH OF              BOSTON        21081518    9
                                MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-06-X002-00   COMMONWEALTH OF              BOSTON         21081518    9




                                MASSACHUSETTS,
Massachusetts   MA-06-X001-00   COMMONWEALTH OF              GREENFIELD     21081518    9




                                PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X002      AUTHORITY                    Springfield   01107-1513   2




                                MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-66-X003-00   TRANSIT AUTHORITY            Fitchburg     01420-7266   1




                                BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X004      AUTHORITY                  Pittsfield      01201-5387   1




                                BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X007      AUTHORITY                    Brockton      02302-4608   9




                                CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X009-00   AUTH                         Hyannis       02601-2030   10
                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X014      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Revere            02116-3975   8




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-77-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston            02116-3975   8




                                PIONEER VALLEY TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X002-01   AUTHORITY                    Springfield   01107-1513   2




                                BROCKTON AREA TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X007-01   AUTHORITY                    Brockton      02302-4608   9




                                GREATER ATTLEBORO-
                                TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X010      AUTHORITY                    Taunton       02780-3950   4




                                BERKSHIRE REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X004      AUTHORITY                  Pittsfield      01201-5387   1




                                GREATER ATTLEBORO-
                                TAUNTON REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-56-0002      AUTHORITY                    Attleboro     02780-3950   4
                                SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA 66X008       TRANSIT AUTHORITY         New Bedford    02740-6254   4




                                SOUTHEASTERN REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA96X008        TRANSIT AUTHORITY         New Bedfford   02740-6254   4




                                MONTACHUSETT REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X003-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY         Leominster     01420-7266   1




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-78-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Revere          02116-3975   8




                                LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-66-X0006     AUTHORITY                 Lowell         01852-3308   5




                                LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-77-0001      AUTHORITY                 Lowell         01852-3308   5




                                MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-66-X012      TRANSIT AUTHORITY         Amesbury       01835-7265   5
                                CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X009-01   AUTH                        Hyannis     02601-2030   10




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X013      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston         02116-3975   8




                                WORCESTER REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-66-X005      TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Worcester   01605-3905   3




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-78-0002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Fitchburg      02116-3975   8




                                WORCESTER REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X005      TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Worcester   01605-3905   3




                                MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-66-X015      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston         02116-3975   8




                                MERRIMACK VALLEY REGIONAL
Massachusetts   MA-96-X013      TRANSIT AUTHORITY         Haverhill     01835-7265   5
                              MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X001    TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston      02116-3975   8




                              LOWELL REGIONAL TRANSIT
Massachusetts   MA-96-X0006   AUTHORITY                  Lowell    01852-3308   5




                              MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X016    TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston      02116-3975   8




                              MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-96-X014    TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston      02116-3975   8




                              MASSACHUSETTS BAY
Massachusetts   MA-56-0001    TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Boston      02116-3975   8




                              MASS TRANSPORTATION
Michigan        MI-77-0001    AUTHORITY INC              Flint     48503-2878   5




                              TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan        MI-77-0002    DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing   48933-1532   8
Michigan   MI-78-0001      DETROIT, CITY OF           Detroit        48207-1034   13




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing        48933-1532   8




Michigan   MI-86-X003-00   HURON POTAWATOMI, INC.     Fulton         49052-9602   6




Michigan   MI-96-X018      BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF      BATTLE CREEK   49014-4004   7




Michigan   MI-96-X019      LIVINGSTON, COUNTY OF      Howell         48843-2488   8




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-96-X022      DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing        48933-1532   8




Michigan   MI-96-X023-01   BATTLE CREEK, CITY OF      battle creek   49014-4004   7
Michigan   MI-96-X011      DETROIT, CITY OF           Detroit       48207-1034   13




Michigan   MI-96-X013      PORT HURON, CITY OF        Port Huron    48060-4155   10




                           ANN ARBOR TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-X024      AUTHORITY INC            Ann Arbor       48104-6260   15




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing       48933-1532   8




                           MASS TRANSPORTATION
Michigan   MI-96-X003-01   AUTHORITY INC              Flint         48503-2878   5




                           TRANSPORTATION, MICHIGAN
Michigan   MI-86-X002      DEPARTMENT OF              Lansing       48933-1532   8




Michigan   MI-96-X021-00   CITY OF GRAND HAVEN        Grand Haven   49417-1454   2
                           SUBURBAN MOBILITY
                           AUTHORITY FOR REGIONAL
Michigan   MI-96-X008-00   TRANSPORTATION             Detroit        48226-3515   13




Michigan   MI-96-X10-00    MUSKEGON, COUNTY OF        Muskegon Hts   49442-3404   2




Michigan   MI-96-X015      KALAMAZOO METRO TRANSIT    Kalamazoo      49007-3638   6




                           SUBURBAN MOBILITY
                           AUTHORITY FOR REGIONAL
Michigan   MI-96-X007-00   TRANSPORTATION             Detroit        48226-3515   13




                           CAPITAL AREA
Michigan   MI-96-x016-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Lansing          48910-3661   8




                           BAY METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
Michigan   MI-96-X012      AUTHORITY                  Bay City       48708-5488   5




                           INTERURBAN TRANSIT
Michigan   MI-96-X005      PARTNERSHIP                Grand Rapids   49503-4005   3
                            METROPOLITAN COUNCIL,
Minnesota   MN-77-0001-00   MINNESOTA                   Minneapolis        55411-4332   5




                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X002      DEPARTMENT OF             Glencoe              55155-1800   4




                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X003      DEPARTMENT OF             Austin               55155-1800   4




                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X004      DEPARTMENT OF             Bemidji              55155-1800   4




                            RED LAKE BAND OF CHIPPEWA
Minnesota   MN-86-X007-00   INDIANS                   Red Lake             56671-0001   7




                            METROPOLITAN COUNCIL,
Minnesota   MN-96-X002-00   MINNESOTA                   Minneapolis        55411-4332   5




Minnesota   MN-96-X003-00   EAST GRAND FORKS, CITY OF   East Grand Forks   56721-1838   7
                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X005      DEPARTMENT OF             Red Wing     55155-1800   4




Minnesota   MN-96-X011-00   MOORHEAD, CITY OF          Moorhead    56560-0779   7




                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF             St. Paul     55155-1800   4




Minnesota   MN-96-X001-00   DULUTH TRANSIT AUTHORITY   Duluth      55806-1928   8




                            TRANSPORTATION, MINNESOTA
Minnesota   MN-86-X006      DEPARTMENT OF             St. Paul     55155-1800   4




Minnesota   MN-96-X008-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF         Rochester   55904-3708   1




Minnesota   MN-96-X007-00   ROCHESTER, CITY OF         Rochester   55904-3708   1
Minnesota     MN-86-X008-00   MILLE LACS BAND OF OJIBWE   Onamia        563592236    8




                              MISSISSIPPI BAND OF
Mississippi   MS-86-X002      CHOCTAW INDIANS             Choctaw       39350-4224   3




Mississippi   MS-96-X001-00   HATTIESBURG, CITY OF        Hattiesburg   39401-3451   4




Mississippi   MS-96-X003-00   JACKSON, CITY OF            Jackson       39201-4307   2




                              TRANSPORTATION ,
Mississippi   MS-86-X001-00   MISSISSIPPI DEPARTMENT OF   Jackson       39201-1010   2




                              MISSISSIPPI COAST
Mississippi   MS-96-X002-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Gulfport         39507-3827   4




Missouri      MO-96-X003-00   CITY OF ST JOSEPH           St.. Joseph   64501-2337   6
                           KANSAS CITY AREA
Missouri   MO-96-X008      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Kansas City        64108-1606   5




                           TRANSPORTATION, MISSOURI
Missouri   MO-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              Jefferson City   65101-6811   4




Missouri   MO-96-X004-00   JOPLIN, CITY OF            Joplin           64801-2316   7




                           MID AMERICA REGIONAL
Missouri   MO-78-0002      COUNCIL                    Kansas City      64105-1659   5




                           KANSAS CITY AREA
Missouri   MO-96-X006      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Kansas City        64108-1606   5




                           BI-STATE DEVELOPMENT
                           AGENCY OF THE MISSOURI-
                           ILLINOIS METROPOLITAN
Missouri   MO-96-X005      DISTRICT (INC)             St. Louis        63102-2552   1




                           KANSAS CITY AREA
Missouri   MO-78-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Kansas City        64108-1606   5
                               CITY UTILITIES OF
Missouri   MO-96-X007          SPRINGFIELD MO             Springfield   65802-3858   7




                               JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP
Missouri   DTFT60-09-D-00012   INC.                       SAINT LOUIS   631022131    1




Montana    MT-96-X002-00       BILLINGS, CITY OF          Billings      59101-3234   0




                               TRANSPORTATION, MONTANA
Montana    MT-86-X001-00       DEPARTMENT OF              Helena        59601-9746   0




                               FORT BELKNAP COMMUNITY
Montana    MT-86-X002-00       COUNCIL                    Harlem        595269705    0




                               CONFEDERATED SALISH &
Montana    MT-86-X003-00       KOOTENAI TRIBES            pablo         598550278    0




                               WINNEBAGO TRIBE OF
Nebraska   NE-86-X002-00       NEBRASKA                   Winnebago     680710687    1
                           ROADS, NEBRASKA
Nebraska   NE-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              Lincoln       68502-5480   1




Nebraska   NE-96-x001      LINCOLN, CITY OF           Lincoln       68508-2803   1




                           TRANSIT AUTHORITY OF
Nebraska   NE-96-X002      OMAHA                      Omaha         68102-4328   2




                           TRANSPORTATION, NEVADA
Nevada     NV-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF              CARSON CITY   89712-0001   2




                           CARSON AREA METROPOLITAN
Nevada     NV-96-X003      PLANNING ORGANIZATION    Carson City     89701-3498   2




Nevada     NV-86-X002      RENO-SPARKS INDIAN COLONY Reno           89502-1230   2




                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
                           COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN
Nevada     NV-96-X001-00   NEVADA, THE                Las Vegas     89106-4512   1
                                REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
                                COMMISSION OF SOUTHERN
Nevada          NV-78-X001      NEVADA, THE                Las Vegas     89106-4512   1




New Hampshire   NH-96-X002      NASHUA, CITY OF (INC)      Nashua        03062-1373   2




                                UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW
New Hampshire   NH-96-X003      HAMPSHIRE                  Durham        03824-3585   1




                                TRANSPORTATION, NEW
New Hampshire   NH-96-X006-00   HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF    Concord       03301-6502   2




                                COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR
New Hampshire   NH-96-X001      SEACOAST TRANSPORTATION    Dover         03820-5451   1




                                GREATER DERRY-SALEM
                                COOPERATIVE ALLIANCE FOR
New Hampshire   NH-96-X004-00   REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION    LONDONDERRY   03053-3416   1




New Hampshire   NH96X005        MANCHESTER, CITY OF        Manchester    03101-2716   1
                                    TRANSPORTATION, NEW
New Hampshire   NH-86-X001-02       HAMPSHIRE DEPARTMENT OF    Concord         03301-6502   2




                                    NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey      NJ-86-X001-00       CORPORATION, THE           Newark          07105-2245   13




                                    NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey      NJ-77-0001-00       CORPORATION, THE           Newark          07105-2245   13




                                    RUTGERS, THE STATE
New Jersey      NJ-76-5001-00       UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY   New Brunswick   08901-8559   6




                                    NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey      NJ-56-0002-00       CORPORATION, THE           Newark          07105-2245   13




                                    NEW JERSEY TRANSIT
New Jersey      NJ-96-X002-00       CORPORATION, THE           Newark          07105-2245   13




New Jersey      DTFT60-10-D-00007   SAMLIN MILLIGAN            WASHINGTON       80814702    1
New Jersey   DTFT60-10-D-00007   SAMLIN MILLIGAN            WASHINGTON         80814702    1




                                 RUTGERS, THE STATE
New Jersey   DTFT60-11-P-00008   UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY   New Brunswick      89018559    6




New Mexico   NM-86-X003          PUEBLO OF LAGUNA           Laguna            87026-0237   2




New Mexico   NM-96-X002-00       CITY OF FARMINGTON         FARMINGTON        87401-2663   3




New Mexico   NM-96-X003-00       SANTA FE, CITY OF          Santa Fe          87501-1904   3




New Mexico   NM-96-X004          LAS CRUCES, CITY OF        Las Cruces        88001-3512   2




                                 OHKAY OWINGEH TRIBAL
New Mexico   NM-86-X002-00       COUNCIL                    San Juan Pueblo   87566-1099   3
                             TRANSPORTATION, NEW
New Mexico   NM-86-X001-02   MEXICO DEPARTMENT OF        Santa Fe             87505-4143   3




New Mexico   NM-96-X001      ALBUQUERQUE, CITY OF        Albuquerque          87102-3412   1




New York     NY-96-X005-00   WESTCHESTER, COUNTY OF      White Plains         10601-3311   18




New York     NY-96-X012-00   HUNTINGTON, TOWN OF         Huntington Station   11743-6904   2




New York     NY-96-X013      DUTCHESS, COUNTY OF (INC)   Poughkeepsie         12603-2669   20




New York     NY-96-X014-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE            Goshen               10924-1601   19




                             CENTRAL NEW YORK
                             REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
New York     NY-96-X015      AUTHORITY (INC)             Syracuse             13202-3423   25
New York   NY-96-X021-00   ULSTER, COUNTY OF       Kingston       12401-3806   22




New York   NY-96-x022      COUNTY OF CHEMUNG       Elmira         14901-3004   29




New York   NY-96-X023      POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF   Poughkeepsie   12601-2411   22




New York   NY-96-X024-00   KINGSTON, CITY OF       Kingston       12401-4626   22




New York   NY-96-X025-00   COUNTY OF ORANGE        Goshen         10924-1601   19




New York   NY-96-X026      COUNTY OF CHEMUNG       Elmira         14901-3004   29




New York   NY-96-X027      POUGHKEEPSIE, CITY OF   Poughkeepsie   12601-2411   22
New York   NY-96-X002      GLENS FALLS, CITY OF      Queensbury   12804-7611   20




New York   NY-96-X003-01   TOMPKINS, COUNTY OF       Ithaca       14850-1255   24




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-77-0001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY New York      10017-3706   14




                           TRANSPORTATION, NEW YORK
New York   NY-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF            Albany        12205-2645   21




                           METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X008      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Oriskany      10017-3706   14




                           ROCHESTER-GENESEE
                           REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
New York   NY-96-X019      AUTHORITY                 Rochester    14609-6912   28




                           NIAGARA FRONTIER
New York   NY-96-X017-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Buffalo       14203-2298   28
New York   NY-96-X020          NEW YORK, CITY OF         Staten Island   10041-0023   8




New York   NY-66-X002          NEW YORK, CITY OF         Staten Island   10041-0023   8




                               METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-56-0001          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY New York         10017-3706   14




                               METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X011          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY New York         10017-3706   14




                               METROPOLITAN
New York   NY-96-X004          TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY New York         10017-3706   14




                               INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS
New York   DTFT60-07-D-00012   INCORPORATED              New York        101656210    14




                               INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS
New York   DTFT60-09-D-00020   INCORPORATED              New York        101656210    14
North Carolina   NC-77-0001-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF           Charlotte      28202-2816   12




                                 CAPE FEAR PUBLIC
North Carolina   NC-96-X001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Wilmington         28401-5335   7




North Carolina   NC-96-X002-01   CITY OF FAYETTEVILLE         Fayetteville   28301-5537   7




North Carolina   NC-96-X003-00   CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)   Chapel Hill    27514-5705   4




                                 RESEARCH TRIANGLE
                                 REGIONAL PUBLIC
North Carolina   NC-96-X007      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Durham             27703-8578   4




North Carolina   NC-96-X009-00   GASTONIA, CITY OF            Gastonia       28052-4126   9




North Carolina   NC-96-X010-00   ROCKY MOUNT, (INC) CITY OF   Rocky Mount    27802-1180   2
North Carolina   NC-96-X016-00   WINSTON-SALEM, CITY OF       Winston-Salem   27101-1534   12




North Carolina   NC-66-X003      CHAPEL HILL, TOWN OF (INC)   Chapel Hill     27514-5705   4




North Carolina   NC-96-X011-00   CONCORD, CITY OF             Concord         28025-5010   8




North Carolina   NC-96-X019-00   CITY OF JACKSONVILLE         Jacksonville    28540-5436   3




North Carolina   NC-96-X005-00   GREENVILLE, CITY OF          Greenville      27858-1825   1




North Carolina   NC-96-X012-00   ASHEVILLE, CITY OF           Asheville       28801-3507   11




North Carolina   NC-96-X014      CITY OF HIGH POINT           High Point      27260-5397   12
                                 GOLDSBORO WAYNE
North Carolina   NC-96-X017-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Goldsboro     27530-3101   1




                                 WESTERN PIEDMONT
North Carolina   NC-96-X013-00   REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Conover     28613-9676   10




                                 PIEDMONT AUTHORITY FOR
North Carolina   NC-96-X020      REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION    Graham      27409-9089   6




                                 TRANSPORTATION, NORTH
North Carolina   NC-86-X001      CAROLINA DEPARTMENT OF     Raleigh     27601-1453   13




                                 EASTERN BAND OF THE
North Carolina   NC-86-X002-00   CHEROKEE INDIANS           Cherokee    28719-0455   11




North Carolina   NC-96-X004-00   CITY OF DURHAM             Durham      27701-3329   4




North Carolina   NC-96-X006-00   CHARLOTTE, CITY OF         Charlotte   28202-2816   12
North Carolina     NC-96-X008-00   CITY OF GREENSBORO        Greensboro   27401-2624   13




                                   TURTLE MOUNTAIN BAND OF
North Dakota       ND-86-X003      CHIPPEWA INDIANS          Belcourt     58316-0900   0




North Dakota       ND-86-X002-00   SITTING BULL COLLEGE      Fort Yates   58538-9721   0




                                   TRANSPORTATION, NORTH
North Dakota       ND-86-X001-00   DAKOTA DEPT OF            Bismarck     58505-0660   0




Northern Mariana
Islands            MP-86-X001-00   CNMI PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Saipan       96950-1370   98




Northern Mariana
Islands            MP-96-X001-00   CNMI PUBLIC SCHOOL SYSTEM Saipan       96950-1370   98




                                   AREA REGIONAL TRANSIT
Ohio               OH-96-X020      AUTHORITY                 CANTON       447073544    16
                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X002-1    DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus           43223-1102   15




                       LICKING COUNTY TRANSIT
Ohio   OH-96-X010-01   BOARD                       Newark             43055-6932   18




Ohio   OH-96-X011-00   NEWARK, CITY OF             Newark             43055-5531   18




Ohio   OH-96-X026-00   LAKETRAN                    Painesville Twp.   44077-1121   14




Ohio   OH-96-X029-00   NEWARK, CITY OF             Newark             43055-5531   18




                       GREATER CLEVELAND
Ohio   OH-96-X030      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Cleveland           44113-1302   11




                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus           43223-1102   15
                       PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X024      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Kent           44240-7140   17




                       STEEL VALLEY REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X022-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY        Steubenville   43952-2819   6




                       GREENE COUNTY TRANSIT
Ohio   OH-96-X003      BOARD                    Xenia          45385-5334   7




                       ALLEN COUNTY REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X009-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY        Lima           45801-4465   4




                       LAWRENCE COUNTY PORT
Ohio   OH-96-X012      AUTHORITY                Ironton        45680-8501   6




                       PORTAGE AREA REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-78-X001      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Kent           44240-7140   17




Ohio   OH-96-X002      CLERMONT, COUNTY OF      Batavia        45103-2949   2
                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X003      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus      43223-1102   15




                       GREATER CLEVELAND
Ohio   OH-56-0002      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Cleveland      44113-1302   11




Ohio   OH-96-X013-01   MIDDLETOWN, CITY OF         Middletown    45042-1901   8




                       GREATER CLEVELAND
Ohio   OH-96-X027      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Cleveland      44113-1302   11




Ohio   OH-96-X006-00   SPRINGFIELD, CITY OF        Springfield   45502-1214   7




                       TRANSPORTATION, OHIO
Ohio   OH-86-X004      DEPARTMENT OF               Columbus      43223-1102   15




                       SOUTHWEST OHIO REGIONAL
Ohio   OH-96-X004-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Cincinnati    45202-1158   1
Ohio       OH-96-X025      NILES, CITY OF              Niles        44446-5036   17




                           CENTRAL OHIO TRANSIT
Ohio       OH-96-X015-00   AUTHORITY                   Columbus     43222-1002   15




                           GREATER CLEVELAND
Ohio       OH-77-0001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Cleveland     44113-1302   11




                           TOLEDO AREA REGIONAL
Ohio       OH-96-X019-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY           Toledo       43610-1062   9




Ohio       OH-96-X023      LORAIN, COUNTY OF           Elyria       44035-5622   13




                           CHOCTAW NATION OF
OK         OK-86-X003-00   OKLAHOMA                    Durant       747021210    2




                           TRANSPORTATION, OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma   OK-86-X002-00   DEPARTMENT OF            Oklahoma City   73105-3204   5
Oklahoma   OK-86-X005      MIAMI TRIBE OF OKLAHOMA    Big Cabin       74354-1004   2




Oklahoma   OK-96-X001-01   CITY OF LAWTON             Lawton          73501-4033   4




                           CENTRAL OKLAHOMA
                           TRANSPORTATION & PARKING
Oklahoma   OK-96-X004      AUTHORITY                  Oklahoma City   73109-5320   5




                           SEMINOLE NATION OF
Oklahoma   OK-86-X004      OKLAHOMA, THE              Wewoka          74884-1498   5




                           METROPOLITAN TULSA
Oklahoma   OK-96-X003-01   TRANSIT AUTHORITY, INC     Tulsa           74120-4016   1




Oklahoma   OK-86-X001      CHEYENNE & ARAPAHO TRIBES Concho           73022-0008   3




                           CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF
                           WARM SPRINGS RESERVATION
OR         OR-86-X002      OF OREGON                Warm Springs      977611169    2
                         TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon   OR-06-X001      DEPARTMENT OF             Salem       97301-6867   5




                         TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon   OR-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF             Salem       97301-6867   5




Oregon   OR-96-X002-00   CORVALLIS, CITY OF        Corvallis   97333-4601   5




                         SALEM AREA MASS TRANSIT
Oregon   OR-96-X005      DISTRICT                  Salem       97302-4172   5




Oregon   OR-96-X006      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT     Eugene      97403-2375   4




                         ROGUE VALLEY
Oregon   OR-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT   Medford     97504-9075   2




Oregon   OR-77-0001      LANE TRANSIT DISTRICT     Eugene      97403-2375   4
Oregon         OR-96-X007          SMART TRANSIT             Wilsonville    97070-9454   5




                                   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
                                   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
Oregon         OR-66-X001-02       OR                        Portland       97202-3940   3




                                   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
                                   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
Oregon         OR-96-X001-02       OR                        Portland       97202-3940   3




                                   TRANSPORTATION, OREGON
Oregon         OR-06-X002          DEPARTMENT OF             SALEM          97301-6867   5




                                   TRI-COUNTY METROPOLITAN
                                   TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
Oregon         OR-78-0001-00       OR                        Portland       97202-3940   3




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   191031302    2




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   191031302    2
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-08-D-00012   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   191031302   2




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-11-F-00008   MILLIGAN & COMPANY LLC    Philadelphia   191031302   2




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-09-D-00009   GANNETT FLEMING, INC.     Mill Valley    170112316   19




               DTFT60-09-D-
Pennsylvania   00015T11006         STV INCORPORATED          Oakland        195188713   6




                                   FINANCIAL BUSINESS
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-10-D-00003   SOLUTIONS, LLC            WASHINGTON     189014040   8




                                   FINANCIAL BUSINESS
Pennsylvania   DTFT60-10-D-00003   SOLUTIONS, LLC            WASHINGTON     189014040   8




Pennsylvania   DTFT60-09-D-00006   BURNS ENGINEERING, INC.   Philadelphia   191032964   2
                               ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0003      AUTHORITY OF                Pittsburgh   15222-2500   14




Pennsylvania   PA-77-0001      RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY Lancaster     17601-3111   16




                               TRANSPORTATION,
                               PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT
Pennsylvania   PA-88-0001      OF                          Harrisburg   17101-0064   17




                               ALLEGHENY COUNTY, PORT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X008      AUTHORITY OF                Pittsburgh   15222-2500   14




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X023-00   SHARON, CITY OF             Hermitage    16146-1717   3




                               CUMBERLAND-DAUPHIN-
                               HARRISBURG TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X025      AUTHORITY                   Harrisburg   17101-2413   17




                               TRANSPORTATION,
                               PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X001-00   OF                          Harrisburg   17101-0064   17
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X021      HAZLETON PUBLIC TRANSIT     Hazleton     18201-5862   11




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X005      RED ROSE TRANSIT AUTHORITY Lancaster     17601-3111   16




Pennsylvania   PA-96-X022-01   WASHINGTON, CITY OF         Washington   15301-6911   12




                               TRANSPORTATION,
                               PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0001-00   OF                          Harrisburg   17101-0064   17




                               CAMBRIA COUNTY TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X012      AUTHORITY                   Johnstown    15902-2905   12




                               BEAVER COUNTY TRANSIT
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X013      AUTHORITY                   Rochester    15001-1300   4




                               YORK COUNTY
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X017      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY York            17404-2206   19
                               COUNTY OF LACKAWANNA
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X016      TRANSIT SYSTEM               SCRANTON     18504-1410   11




                               BERKS AREA READING
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X002-00   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Reading          19604-1505   6




                               TRANSPORTATION,
                               PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT
Pennsylvania   PA-86-X001-00   OF                           Harrisburg   17101-0064   17




                               LEHIGH AND NORTHAMPTON
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X003      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Allentown        18103-3130   15




                               SOUTHEASTERN
                               PENNSYLVANIA
                               TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY -
Pennsylvania   PA-56-0002      SEPTA                      Philadelphia   19107-3721   1




                               SOUTHEASTERN
                               PENNSYLVANIA
                               TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY -
Pennsylvania   PA-96-X007      SEPTA                      Philadelphia   19107-3721   1




Puerto Rico    PR-56-0001      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS     San Juan     00936-2829   98
                              HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-86-X001      AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO   San Juan        00940-2007   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X001      CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF     Cidra         00739-0729   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X003      MUNICIPIO DE BARCELONETA   Barceloneta   00617-2049   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X004      CAROLINA MUNICIPALITY      Carolina      00985-0008   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X007-00   MUNICIPIO DE TOA BAJA      Toa Baja      00951-0001   98




                              GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X008      JUNCOS                     Juncos        00777-0777   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X009      MUNICIPALITY OF HUMACAO    Humacao       00792-0178   98
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X010      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS   San Juan      00936-2829   98




                              AUTORIDAD METROPOLITANA
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X011      DE AUTOBUSES               San Juan      00919-5349   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X012      HATILLO, MUNICIPALITY OF   Hatillo       00659-0008   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X013-00   MUNICIPALITY OF MANATI     Manati        00674-5013   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X014      MUNICIPIO DE VEGA BAJA     Vega Baja     00694-4555   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X018      MUNICIPALITY OF MAYAGUEZ   Mayagüez     00680-0447   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X019      MUNICIPIO DE SAN LORENZO   San Lorenzo   00754-0134   98
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X021   CAMUY MUNICIPALITY        Camuy      00627-2620   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X024   MUNICIPIO DE TOA ALTA     TOA ALTA   00954-9900   98




                           HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X026   AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO   San Juan    00940-2007   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X028   CIDRA, MUNICIPALITY OF    Cidra      00739-0729   98




                           AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X030   TRANSPORTACION            San Juan   00940-2007   98




                           GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X031   AGUADA                    AGUADA     00602-0517   98




                           HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X032   AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO   San Juan    00940-2007   98
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X035-00   MUNICIPALITY OF VEGA ALTA   Vega Alta   00692-1390   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X036-00   MUNICIPALITY OF GUAYNABO    Guaynabo    00969-4586   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X037      MUNICIPIO DE DORADO         Dorado      00646-0588   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X029      AUTORIDAD DE LOS PUERTOS    Fajardo     00936-2829   98




                              GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X020      FAJARDO                     Fajardo     00738-4632   98




                              GOBIERNO MUNICIPAL DE
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X-027     CAYEY                       Cayey       00737-1330   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X002-00   MUNICIPIO DE YAUCO          Yauco       00698-0001   98
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X033-00   GURABO,MUNICIPALITY OF    Gurabo          00778-3020   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X006      MUNICIPIO DE BAYAMON      Bayamón        00960-1588   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X023      MUNICIPALITY OF LARES     Lares           00669-0395   98




                              HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X025      AUTHORITY, PUERTO RICO   San Juan         00940-2007   98




                              AUTORIDAD DE CARRETERAS Y
Puerto Rico   PR-96-X016      TRANSPORTACION            San Juan        00940-2007   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X022      MUNICIPIO SAN SEBASTIAN   San Sebastian   00685-2214   98




Puerto Rico   PR-96-X017      MUNICIPIO                 ARECIBO         00612-1086   98
                                 RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC
Rhode Island     RI-77-0001      TRANSIT AUTHORITY        Providence            02907-2102   2




                                 TRANSPORTATION, RHODE
Rhode Island     RI-56-0001-00   ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF     Pawtucket             02903-1111   1




                                 RHODE ISLAND PUBLIC
Rhode Island     RI-96-x001      TRANSIT AUTHORITY        Providence            02907-2102   2




                                 TRANSPORTATION, RHODE
Rhode Island     RI-96-X002      ISLAND DEPARTMENT OF     North Kingstown       02903-1111   1




South Carolina   SC-86-X002-00   CATAWBA INDIAN NATION    Rock Hill             29730-7645   5




                                 GREENVILLE TRANSIT       Mauldin/Simpsonvill
South Carolina   SC-96-X012-00   AUTHORITY                e                     29601-3352   4




South Carolina   SC-96-X013      ROCK HILL, CITY OF INC   Rock Hill             29730-4505   5
South Carolina   SC-96-X014      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT    Columbia      29201-3959   6




South Carolina   SC-96-X003-01   SANTEE-WATEREE RTA        Sumter        29153-5067   6




South Carolina   SC-96-X011-00   SPARTANBURG, COUNTY OF    Spartanburg   29303-3637   4




South Carolina   SC-86-X001      TRANSPORTATION SC DEPT    Columbia      29201-3959   6




South Carolina   SC-96-X001      ANDERSON, CITY OF         Anderson      29624-2301   3




                                 PEE DEE REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
South Carolina   SC-96-X007-00   INC                      Florence       29506-3912   6




South Carolina   SC-96-X006-00   SPARTANBURG, CITY OF      Spartanburg   29306-3210   4
                                 CHARLESTON AREA REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY,
South Carolina   SC-96-X002-00   INC                       Charleston       29403-6433   1




                                 GREENVILLE TRANSIT
South Carolina   SC-96-X004-01   AUTHORITY                    Greenville    29601-3352   4




                                 WACCAMAW REGIONAL
                                 TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY,
South Carolina   SC-96-X008-00   INC.                      Conway           29526-5004   1




                                 CENTRAL MIDLANDS REGIONAL
South Carolina   SC-96-X010-00   TRANSIT                   Columbia         29201-1108   6




                                 OGLALA SIOUX TRIBE OF PINE
South Dakota     SD-86-X002      RIDGE INDIAN RESERVATION     Pine Ridge    57770-0669   0




South Dakota     SD-96-X002-01   SIOUX FALLS, CITY OF         Sioux Falls   57104-6407   0




South Dakota     SD-86-X001-01   SOUTH DAKOTA, STATE OF       Pierre        57501-5070   0
Tennessee   TN-66-X004      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF      Knoxville     37902-2405   2




                            MEMPHIS AREA TRANSIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X001      AUTHORITY               Memphis       38108-1011   9




                            CLARKSVILLE TRANSIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X004      SYSTEMS                 Clarksville   37040-3825   8




                            FRANKLIN TRANASIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X006-00   AUTHORITY               Franklin      37064-4602   7




Tennessee   TN-96-X008      KINGSPORT, CITY OF      Kingsport     37660-4265   1




                            SOUTHEAST TENNESSEE
Tennessee   TN-96-X009-00   HUMAN RESOURCE AGENCY   Cleveland     37327-6338   4




Tennessee   TN-96-X014-00   MORRISTOWN, CITY OF     Morristown    37814-4652   1
Tennessee   TN-96-X003      KNOXVILLE, CITY OF        Knoxville      37902-2405   2




Tennessee   TN-96-X007-00   JOHNSON CITY, CITY OF     Johnson City   37601-4879   1




                            METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
Tennessee   TN-96-X012      AUTHORITY                 Nashville      37210-2124   5




Tennessee   TN-96-X010-00   MURFREESBORO, CITY OF     Murfreesboro   37130-3573   6




                            KNOXVILLEKNOX COUNTY
                            COMMUNITY ACTION
Tennessee   TN-66-X001      COMMITTEE                 Knoxville      37921-5756   2




                            CHATTANOOGA AREA
                            REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Tennessee   TN-96-X002      AUTHORITY                 Chattanooga    37406-4302   3




                            CHATTANOOGA AREA
                            REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Tennessee   TN-77-0001      AUTHORITY                 Chattanooga    37406-4302   3
                            REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION
Tennessee   TN-96-X013      AUTHORITY                   Nashville   37210-2124   5




                            CITY OF BRISTOL TENNESSEE
Tennessee   TN-96-X011      (INC)                       Bristol     37620-2284   1




Tennessee   TN960005        JACKSON TRANSIT AUTHORITY Jackson       38301-5361   8




                            TRANSPORTATION,
Tennessee   TN-86-X001-00   TENNESSEE DEPARTMENT OF     Nashville   37243-1402   5




                            METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
                            AUTHORITY OF HARRIS
Texas       TX-56-0002      COUNTY, TEXAS (INC)         Houston     77002-8130   18




                            NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS
Texas       TX-78-0001-00   COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS      Arlington   76011-6317   6




                            DENTON COUNTY
Texas       TX-96-X033      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Denton         75067-6314   24
Texas   TX-96-X034-00   FORT BEND, COUNTY OF       Rosenberg     77469-3108   22




Texas   TX-96-X040      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF       Port Arthur   77640-6450   2




Texas   TX-96-X042      PORT ARTHUR, CITY OF       PORT ARTHUR   77640-6450   2




Texas   TX-77-0001      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT   San Antonio   78212-4295   20




Texas   TX-96-X037-00   GALVESTON, CITY OF         Galveston     77550-1315   14




Texas   TX-96-X008      ABILENE, CITY OF (INC)     Abilene       79601-5254   19




Texas   TX-96-X026-00   BEAUMONT, CITY OF          Beaumont      77701-3548   2
Texas   TX-96-X029      VIA METROPOLITAN TRANSIT   San Antonio   78212-4295   20




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X003      DEPARTMENT OF              Austin        78701-2409   25




                        CAPITAL METROPOLITAN
Texas   TX-96-X024-01   TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Austin          78702-4817   25




                        COLLIN COUNTY COMMITTEE
Texas   TX-96-X022      ON AGING, INC              McKinney      75069-3960   3




                        LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Texas   TX-96-X021-00   DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL        Edinburg      78501-4705   15




                        LOWER RIO GRANDE VALLEY
Texas   TX-96-X004-00   DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL        Edinburg      78501-4705   15




                        NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS
Texas   TX-96-X020-00   COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS     Arlington     76011-6317   6
Texas   TX-96-X030-00   ARLINGTON, CITY OF (INC)   Arlington       76010-7190   6




Texas   TX-96-X041-00   HARRIS, COUNTY OF          Baytown         77002-1901   18




                        GREATER EAST END
Texas   TX-66-X004      MANAGEMENT DISTRICT        Houston         77003-2435   18




Texas   TX-96-X025-00   TYLER, CITY OF             Tyler           75704-6644   1




Texas   TX-96-X016-00   WICHITA FALLS, CITY OF     Wichita Falls   76301-2305   13




Texas   TX-96-X023      MC DONALD TRANSIT IN       Fort Worth      76102-6720   26




Texas   TX-96-X027-00   GRAND PRAIRIE, CITY OF     GRAND PRAIRIE   75050-5636   24
Texas   TX-96-X035-00   EL PASO, CITY OF          El Paso         79901-1153   16




                        GULF COAST REGIONAL
                        MENTAL HEALTH-MENTAL
Texas   TX-96-X039      RETARDATION CENTER        TEXAS CITY      77550-1403   14




Texas   TX-96-X001-01   LAREDO, CITY OF           HAYWARD         78040-8019   28




Texas   TX-96-X012-01   AMARILLO, CITY OF         Amarillo        79101-2539   13




                        GULF COAST REGIONAL
                        MENTAL HEALTH-MENTAL
Texas   TX-96-X038      RETARDATION CENTER        Texas City      77550-1403   14




Texas   TX-96-X036      BRAZOS TRANSIT DISTRICT   The Woodlands   77803-5167   17




Texas   TX-96-X028      TEXARKANA, CITY OF        Texarkana       75501-5625   4
                        CONCHO VALLEY TRANSIT
Texas   TX-96-X014-00   DISTRICT                    San Angelo    76904-6502   11




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X002      DEPARTMENT OF               Austin        78701-2409   25




                        CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL
Texas   TX-96-X019      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Corpus Christi   78405-4406   27




                        HARRIS COUNTY
Texas   TX-66-X002-00   IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO 1   Houston       77056-3826   7




                        TRANSPORTATION, TEXAS
Texas   TX-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Austin        78701-2409   25




                        METROPOLITAN TRANSIT
                        AUTHORITY OF HARRIS
Texas   TX-96-X017      COUNTY, TEXAS (INC)         Houston       77002-8130   18




                        HARRIS COUNTY
Texas   TX-66-X003      IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO 3   houston       77098-3114   7
                                     ST GEORGE CITY
Utah             UT-96-X003-00       GOVERNMENT (INC)           St. George        84770-3073   2




                                     UTAH TRANSIT AUTHORITY     South Salt Lake
Utah             UT-96-X002          (UTA)                      City              84119-4122   2




                                     TRANSPORTATION, UTAH
Utah             UT-86-X001          DEPARTMENT OF              Salt Lake City    84119-5977   3




                                     TRANSPORTATION, VERMONT
Vermont          VT-86-X001          AGENCY OF                  Montpelier        05602-3377   0




                                     GOVERNMENT OF THE VIRGIN
Virgin Islands   VI-96-X001-00       ISLANDS                    St Thomas         00802-5805   98




Virginia         DTFT60-10-F-00005   ACTIONET, INC.             Vienna            221807370    11




Virginia         DTFT60-10-A-0001    AOC SOLUTIONS INC          Washington        201512279    10
                               BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Virginia   DTFT60-08-D00009    RESEARCH ASSOCIATES, INC.   Fairfax     220306088   11




Virginia   DTFT60-09-D-00021   BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON INC.    McLean      221024904   8




Virginia   DTFT60-07-D-00013   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   222016609   8




Virginia   DTFT60-10-D-00006   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   222016609   8




Virginia   DTFT60-10-F-00005   ACTIONET, INC.              Vienna      221807370   11




Virginia   DTFT60-07-D-00013   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   222016609   8




Virginia   DTFT60-08-C-00014   REID CONSULTING LLC         Arlington   222016609   8
                           WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-66-X001      AUTHORITY                 Williamsburg   23185-5265   1




                           OLD DOMINION TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-66-X005-00   MANAGEMENT CO               Richmond     23224-1701   3




Virginia   VA-77-0001-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT Arlington      22201-5447   8




                           RAIL AND PUBLIC
                           TRANSPORTATION, VIRGINIA
Virginia   VA-86-X002-00   DEPARTMENT OF               Richmond     23219-3600   3




                           OLD DOMINION TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X002-00   MANAGEMENT CO               Richmond     23224-1701   3




                           GREATER LYNCHBURG
Virginia   VA-96-X005      TRANSIT COMPANY             Lynchburg    24501-1929   6




Virginia   VA-96-X006-01   WINCHESTER, CITY OF         Winchester   22601-4786   10
                           GREATER ROANOKE TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X010-01   COMPANY INC                  Roanoke           24013-1118   6




Virginia   VA-96-X011-00   BLACKSBURG, TOWN OF          Blacksburg        24060-4861   9




Virginia   VA-96-X015      BRISTOL, VIRGINIA, CITY OF   Bristol           24201-4327   9




                           WILLIAMSBURG AREA TRANSIT
Virginia   VA-96-X001      AUTHORITY                 Williamsburg         23185-5265   1




Virginia   VA-96-x012      CITY OF PETERSBURG           Petersburg        23803-3211   4




Virginia   VA-96-X013      HARRISONBURG, CITY OF        Harrisonburg      22801-3606   6




Virginia   VA-96-X007      CITY OF CHARLOTTESVILLE      Charlottesville   22902-5337   5
                             TRANSPORTATION DIST
                             COMMISION OF HAMPTON
Virginia     VA-96-X003      ROADS                       Hampton              23661-1509   3




Virginia     VA-96-X009-00   PRINCE WILLIAM, COUNTY OF   Woodbridge           22192-6811   11




                             TRANSPORTATION DIST
                             COMMISION OF HAMPTON
Virginia     VA-66-X004      ROADS                       Norfolk              23661-1509   3




                             RAIL AND PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION, VIRGINIA
Virginia     VA-86-X001-01   DEPARTMENT OF               Richmond             23219-3600   3




Virginia     VA-66-X003-00   ARLINGTON, COUNTY OF GOVT Arlington              22201-5447   8




                             SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT
Washington   WA-66-X001-00   AREA CORP                   Mount Lake Terrace   98203-5834   2




Washington   WA-66-X002      KING, COUNTY OF             Seattle              98104-3854   7
Washington   WA-77-0003      CLARK COUNTY PTBA           Vancouver    98661-6809   3




Washington   WA-86-X004      SPOKANE TRIBE OF INDIANS    Wellpinit    99201-4301   5




                             CENTRAL PUGET SOUND
Washington   WA-96-X001      REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY Seattle       98104-2826   7




Washington   WA-96-X005-01   KING, COUNTY OF             Seattle      98104-3854   7




                             SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT
Washington   WA-96-X006      AREA CORP                   Everett      98203-5834   2




Washington   WA-96-X008      CLARK COUNTY PTBA           Vancouver    98661-6809   3




Washington   WA-96-X010-01   SKAGIT TRANSIT SYSTEM       Burlington   98233-9772   2
Washington   WA-96-X012      CHELAN DOUGLAS PTBA         Wenatchee   98801-5914   4




                             SPOKANE PUBLIC
                             TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT
Washington   WA-96-X013-00   AREA                        Spokane     99201-2658   5




Washington   WA-96-X014      PIERCE TRANSIT              Lakewood    98499-4431   6




Washington   WA-96-X018      EVERETT, CITY OF            Everett     98201-4515   2




Washington   WA-96-X020      KING, COUNTY OF             Seattle     98104-3854   7




                             TRANSPORTATION,
                             WASHINGTON STATE
Washington   WA-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF               Olympia     98501-2361   3




Washington   WA-86-X005      KALISPEL TRIBE OF INDIANS   Usk         99180-0039   5
Washington      WA-96-X017      LONGVIEW, CITY OF         Longview    98632-1134   3




Washington      WA-86-X003      YAKAMA TRIBAL COUNCIL     Toppenish   98948-0151   4




                                KITSAP COUNTY PUBLIC
                                TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT
Washington      WA-96-X011      AREA AUTHORITY            Bremerton   98337-1888   6




                                TRANSPORTATION,
                                WASHINGTON STATE
Washington      WA-56-0001      DEPARTMENT OF             Olympia     98501-2361   3




Washington      WA-77-0002      CHELAN DOUGLAS PTBA       Wenatchee   98801-5914   4




                                SNOHOMISH COUNTY PUBLIC
                                TRANSPORTATION BENEFIT
Washington      WA-77-0001      AREA CORP                 Everett     98203-5834   2




West Virginia   WV-96-X003-00   WEIRTON, CITY OF          WEIRTON     26062-4527   1
                                KANAWHA VALLEY REGIONAL
West Virginia   WV-96-X004      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY Charleston       25312-2412   2




West Virginia   WV-96-X008-00   TRI STATE TRANSIT AUTHORITY Huntington    25704-1618   3




                                TRANSPORTATION, WEST
West Virginia   WV-86-X001      VIRGINIA DEPARTMENT OF       Charleston   25305-0001   2




                                OHIO VALLEY REGIONAL
West Virginia   WV-96-X002      TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY WHEELING         26003-2130   1




                                LAC COURTE OREILLES TRIBAL
Wisconsin       WI-86-X002-00   GOVERNING BOARD            Hayward        54843-2186   7




Wisconsin       WI-96-X002      WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF        West Bend    53095-2530   5




Wisconsin       WI-96-X010-00   KENOSHA, CITY OF (INC)       Kenosha      53140-3480   1
Wisconsin   WI-96-X014-01   OZAUKEE, COUNTY OF    Port Washington   53074-1813   5




Wisconsin   WI-96-X015-00   RACINE, CITY OF       Racine            53403-1146   1




Wisconsin   WI-96-X018-00   WAUSAU, CITY OF       Wausau            54403-6276   7




Wisconsin   WI-96-X011-01   MADISON, CITY OF      Madison           53703-3340   2




Wisconsin   WI-96-X003-00   APPLETON, CITY OF     Appleton          54911-4799   8




Wisconsin   WI-96-X017      WAUKESHA, CITY OF     Waukesha          53188-3646   5




Wisconsin   WI-96-X009      JANESVILLE, CITY OF   Janesville        53548-2928   1
                            MILWAUKEE COUNTY,
Wisconsin   WI-96-X012      WISCONSIN                  milwaukee   53208-3509   4




                            TRANSPORTATION, WISCONSIN
Wisconsin   WI-86-X001      DEPARTMENT OF             Madison      53705-2927   2




Wisconsin   WI-77-0002-00   MADISON, CITY OF           Madison     53703-3340   2




Wisconsin   WI-96-X008      GREEN BAY, CITY OF         Green Bay   54301-0100   8




Wisconsin   WI-96-X016      SHEBOYGAN, CITY OF (INC)   Sheboygan   53081-4442   6




                            TRANSPORTATION, WYOMING
Wyoming     WY-86-X001-02   DEPARTMENT OF              Cheyenne    82009-3310   0




Wyoming     WY-96-X002-00   CASPER, CITY OF            Casper      82601-1815   0
Wyoming   WY-96-X001-00   CHEYENNE, CITY OF   Cheyenne   82001-3512   0
3rd quarter of 2011 (As Published On www.recovery.gov On 10/30/11)
ated and reported

s not reflect subsequent changes during the continuous correction period.

                                                                                                                            total_fed_arra_r
            award_description                                                            award_amount       award_date      eceived
            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: Four (4)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 4 (Five 35 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                                                $2,675,000       3/31/2010        $2,675,000


            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                                                            $856,964        9/25/2009          $811,560



            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.                                             $2,439,917       6/25/2009        $1,568,372




            This grant is for capital projects being funded by the City of
            Montgomery's Montgomery Area Transit System.                                       $3,526,918       8/17/2009        $3,242,363




            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.                                                      $1,870,524       7/10/2009        $1,699,417




            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.                       $8,694,931       8/20/2009        $5,821,353
7/14/2010- Grant Amendment No. 1: Grant amendment no. 1 programs
remaining ARRA Section 5307 Federal Funds in the amount of
$1,023,565.00 to further the activities outlined in the initial grant
application. This grant amendment included $493,565 in Operating
Assistance for the Cities of Florence, Dothan, Auburn/Opelika and
Decatur. In addition, this amendment included funds in the amount of
$530,000 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            $5,057,095     3/3/2010    $3,485,353
Grant amendment No. 1--This grant amendment adds federal funding in
the amount of $7,040,547.00 (Capital-$5,055,569.00: Operations-
$1,984,978.00) to further ARRA Section 5311 activities for non-
urbanized area transit providers in the State of Alabama. Specifically,
the following ALIs are increased: 11.12.15 Buy Replacement Van
($136,873) and 11.7A.00 Preventive Maintenance ($929,460). The
following 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                    $19,849,776     3/4/2010   $10,645,246




Invest in public transportatin throughout the state.                              $9,083,900    7/15/2009    $6,149,682




09 ARRA TTP Vans (3): Rehab Maintenance Garage.                                    $115,698     5/15/2010     $109,000




purchase of capital projects such as 4wheel drive vehicle, intermodal
shelter, and boat & motor, with project management.                                $223,000    12/18/2009      $36,016


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.                                   $763,234     7/31/2009     $314,601


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.                                               $5,960,310    8/13/2009    $5,336,000
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.                                              $25,825,268   6/25/2009   $25,825,268




This ARRA-Transit Capital Assistance Grant will be used to purchase a
handicapped van for the Vocational Rehabilitation Division; to construct
a ferry shelter, for inter-island passengars, at the Inter-Island Wharf in
Fagatogo; and for state administration costs.                                      $341,099    8/21/2009     $304,214
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.                                                       $640,070    8/20/2009      $65,560
'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.              $14,172,654   7/20/2009   $12,340,001




Navajo Transit Admin/Maintenance Facility                                         $2,200,000   6/29/2010    $1,317,071




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.            $66,074,735   8/21/2009   $28,604,015




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.                                                           $1,227,303   7/22/2009    $1,022,246
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.                                                           $16,022,390    7/17/2009   $10,975,380




Invest in public transportation by design and construction of a 3.9 Mile
Tucson Modern Streetcar system to connect the University of Arizona to
the Fourth Avenue retail and entertainment area, Downtown Tucson and
the West End planned development in Tucson, Arizona. This project will
include construction of trackwork, electrical systems, vehicles, and a
maintenance service facility.                                                $63,000,000   12/27/2010     $596,187




ARRA Project Implementation Reviews - Project Management oversight               700000    12/13/2010    223837.55




Purchase 3 <30 ft standard diesel buses                                        $967,502      7/6/2009           $0



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. Upgrade older data processing equipment.           $1,261,444     7/6/2009    $1,190,391
This capital program is part of the transit infrastructure renewal and job
creation programs funded thru the FTA. Our largest expenditure is for
an on-line bus tracking & control system - Automated Vehicle Locator &
Mobile Data Terminals (AVL / MDT). This combined hardware / software
project will facilitate fleet management and improve customer
responsiveness. As part of this system a data terminal and
communications hardware is installed on the entire fleet of buses.
Customer questions about if and when the bus was at a particular stop
and also allows updates to the timing for each bus stop's arrival can now
be answered definitively. This system automatically calls out each bus        $1,541,764    4/30/2009    $1,413,525
The Arkansas Highway and Transportation Department will invest
American Recovery & Reinvestment Act funds in Arkansas' Public
Transportation by purchasing 126 replacement buses for transit
providers throughout the State of Arkansas. In addition, transit providers
will receive funding for computer hardware and software; support
vehicles and equipment; construction or rehabilitation of maintenance
facilities, administrative facilities, and park and ride lots; and for the
performance of preventive maintenance. This investment in
transportation, also takes into consideration environmental protection,
and other general improvements that will provide long-term economic          $15,139,150    6/11/2009   $13,156,342
Fort Smith Transit will invest 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 equipment for transit buildings and buses,
purchase mobile data terminals and renovate the administrative and
maintenance buildings.                                                        $1,845,928    7/31/2009    $563,950
Funds will be used for transit assistance projects to incude the purchase
of eight 35' buses, 4 paratransit buses to replace aging vheicles. An
expansion of an existing Trolley Barn will provide space for a streetcar
that is currently housed outside in the elements. A twenty year old
heating and air conditioning system will be replaced in the administration
building of the transit system and will provide more energy efficiency.
Funds will be used to expand the maintenance parking lot expansion,
adding additional parking spaces and improving water drainage issues.
A mobile lift will be purchased so that buses can be lifted more safely for
mainteance. A streetcar platform stop will be added to better serve           $5,434,699    7/20/2009   $5,427,444




Provide seminars and technical assistance to ARRA grantees, conduct
ARRA reviews                                                                     164970     8/13/2009    65388.72




Provide FTA's Office of Program Management (TPM) in Washington, DC
and FTA Regional Offices with Project Management Oversight Services               10000    12/14/2010           0




ARRA Task Order                                                                  575000    12/17/2010     93678.7
ARRA provides approximately $9 billion dollars for public transit through
four major funding programs: ? Transit Capital Assistance Program
(TCAP) ? Fixed Guideway Infrastructure Investment Program (FGIIP) ?
Capital Investment Grants Program (CIGP) ? Transportation
Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Program The
TCAP program assists urbanized and non-urbanized areas, states, and
Indian tribes in funding transit capital needs such as: engineering and
design of transit projects; capital investments in bus and bus related
activities, crime prevention and security equipment; construction of
maintenance and passenger facilities; and capital investments in new            1651944     12/3/2010      295813




Purchase electronic fareboxes for fixed route bus fleet vehicels.
Electronic fareboxes will be compatible with electronic fareboxe systems
throughout the Bay Area - creating a more seamless fare payment
system for bus patrons throughout the Bay Area.                                $115,330      3/2/2010          $0
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                   $172,340     3/2/2010           $0




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.              $2,000,000    3/2/2010    $1,320,732
This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Urbanized Area Formula grant
allocation of $8,022,665 to bus replacement for a portion of the City of
Los Angeles' transit fleet. The City of Los Angeles Department of
Transportation will purchase a total of sixteen 40-foot over-the-road
transit coaches that are designed for a useful life of 12 years or 500,000
miles. The ARRA grant allocations of $8,022,665 will be completely
used in purchasing buses. The City of Los Angeles has entered into a
contract with Motor Coach Industries (MCI) effective May 18, 2011. The
current unit cost per bus is $704,384.69. The final cost of 16 buses is
$11,270,155.04 ($704,384.69 X 16 buses). The difference between the           $8,022,665   7/31/2009           $0




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.                                                                    $1,559,585   7/10/2009           $0
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new replacement buses,
providing paratransit service to persons with disabilities, installing
particulate matter traps on ADA paratransit vehicles, and performing
preventive maintenance on the existing bus fleet. In addition, on July 20,
2011 the FTA approved a budget revision transferring cost savings from
the bus replacement project to a new project to replace the bus system's
Advanced Communications System (ACS). As a result of the
investments in this grant, SamTrans is able to offer public transportation
service that is safer, more reliable, and more environmentally friendly,
while allowing the retention of jobs that might otherwise be lost if such     $9,923,640   6/10/2009    $9,251,229
Invest in public transportation by refurbishing the fast passenger ferry
M.V. Chinook. The M.V. Chinook was originally built by Washington
State Ferries (WSF) in 1998 as part of their Passenger Only Fast Ferry
(POFF) program. The vessel was in operation for 4 years prior to WSF
shutting the POFF program down. Since that time the vessel has been
sitting idle tied up at the WSF maintenance facility. The Golden Gate
Bridge, Highway and Transportation District (GGBHTD) purchased the
M.V. Chinook from the WSF in January 2009. The refurbishment project
includes: new higher horse power EPA tier 2 engines, new gearboxes
and shaft lines to accommodate the increased engine power,                   $11,873,748   6/10/2009   $10,589,282




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.                                                                $59,756,468    3/2/2010   $48,030,040
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, new service
vehicles, and ticket vending machines with related equipment and
software.                                                                    $4,314,864    6/10/2009   $2,927,561




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                                                            $1,221,911    7/31/2009          $0




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.                                                                     $1,813,957    7/22/2009   $1,668,640




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 bus stop shelters for the
convenience of our patrons.                                                   $600,000     8/20/2009          $0
RIV090121 AUTOMATED FAREBOX SYSTEM The City of Riverside
has requested ARRA funds to purchase an automated farebox system
for its 26 vehicles. This system is proposed to accomplish the following:
1. Enhance the security of farebox funds and improve financial reporting.
2. Present a more technologically advanced fare system and allow for
better customer service. 3. Allow for a direct interface 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        $700,000     8/20/2009      $1,474
Invest in public transportation by purchasing replacement transit vehicles
and implementing bus stop improvements. The funds will be utilized to
1) purchase up to three 18 passenger, up to 30-foot, CNG-powered cut-
away buses that have an expected useful life of five years or 150,000
miles; 2) purchase one 29-passenger, 32', CNG-powered bus that has
an expected useful life of 10 years or 350,000 miles; and 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         $727,900     9/11/2009    $499,601
Fiscal Year 2009 Transportation Enhancement projects eligible for
funding under the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
(ARRA) for the City of Simi Valley/Simi Valley Transit include funding for
the following: 1) TRANSIT SHELTER PROGRAM ($484,000) - Like-kind
replacement/addition of 38 bus shelters, thirteen of which will be solar
powered. In addition, bus stop 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         $3,039,749   12/29/2009   $2,585,491
Invest in public transportation by installing wayside energy storage
substation at the Westlake passenger station on the high-speed heavy
rail subway Red Line.                                                            $4,466,000    3/2/2010     $204,956




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.                                            $17,465,036   7/10/2009   $17,374,715




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.                     $1,299,009    3/2/2010     $146,939
Invest in public transportation through four transit capital projects for the
City of Montebello, Montebello Bus Lines: 1. Fuel Island Underground
Storage Tank Modification ? the gasoline and diesel fuel tanks would be
modified for the City?s new fleet of gasoline-electric hybrid buses. The
gasoline and diesel tanks would be switched and fuel islands would be
modified. 2. Construct CNG Fueling Station ? a CNG fueling 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              $6,005,000   9/25/2009    $2,519,937
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.                                      $12,062,685   8/14/2009    $6,665,594




Invest in Public Transportation                                                  $1,125,000   6/29/2010     $148,634




The City will purchase approx. 8 new cutaway buses that meet the Clean
Air Act standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act; a mix of bus
passenger shelters and amenities (approx. 13), and preventive
maintenance (PM) costs for Madera's fixed-route and Dial-A-Ride fleet.           $1,182,667   7/31/2009     $156,667
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.                                                                   $327,174    6/29/2010    $171,970




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.                                                            $14,266,151   7/10/2009   $9,014,812




Perchase 1 replacement coach for Clean Air Express,2 ADA vans, 4
replacement buses for local service, 6 particulate traps for existing
buses, bus security cameras, and 6 bike racks. The Clean Air Express
Coach and the 4 replacement buses have been purchased and
delivered. Expect full project compleation by June 30, 2011.                  $1,342,268   8/14/2009   $1,004,174


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 delivery is complete
6) Renovation of a bus stop on a major street across from the
courthouse                                                                   $10,206,069    8/3/2009   $4,635,367



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.                        $5,125,864    9/8/2009    $453,410




Invest in public transportation by installing canopies at the Metro Red
Line escalator entrances.                                                     $6,770,224   8/25/2009    $664,294




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.         $8,185,197   5/11/2009   $5,692,742
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.                                       $1,030,644   6/10/2009     $179,001



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                                                                      $3,923,469    3/2/2010    $3,131,038
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          $581,682    8/14/2009     $420,000




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.                                          $23,473,880   7/24/2009   $16,847,603
Invested in public transportation by purchasing 51 bus shelters for
installation throughout SunLine's service area in the Coachella Valley,
installing Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) technology on all fixed
route and paratransit (demand response) vehicles, and rehabilitating the
existing bus maintenance facility. The expected outcomes for these
investments include providing safe and comfortable bus stops for
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                  $4,714,391   6/25/2009    $4,404,947



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
maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in the vehicle
manufacturing and construction industry.                                       $1,350,000   7/31/2009     $151,014




Purchase of two commuter buses and 2 fixed route buses                         $1,285,000   7/16/2009    $1,266,494
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. Due to
funding limitations, only eight of the nine vans will be purchased using
this grant.                                                                     $1,670,987   6/25/2009    $1,664,265




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




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                                    $2,485,982   2/23/2010    $2,485,982
Invest in public transportation by: 1) purchasing three (3) new electric
buses and constructing the charging systems. These buses will meet
the Clean Air Act standards and the American with Disabilities Act
requirements. 2) Renovate the Pomona Operations and Maintenance
facility by remodeling and expanding the dispatch area, operator break
and rest areas. 3) At the Administrative Headquarters in West Covina -
replace windows with energy-efficient and seismically tolerant windows.
4) Replace two (2) elevators with associated equipment to be more
reliable and affording a higher level of building security and access
control at the Administrative Headquarters. 5) Construct water saving          $21,364,202   8/20/2009   $18,120,998




Transit Capital Assistance                                                      $1,977,134   7/24/2009    $1,124,053




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




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.                                                $3,501,039   7/31/2009    $3,339,998
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.        $3,580,109   7/31/2009    $2,500,000



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.                                        $4,620,000    3/2/2010    $4,500,689
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.                                                                   $10,739,815   6/10/2009    $9,954,595




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.                                                                        $1,235,580   7/24/2009     $899,002




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.                      $439,212     3/3/2010     $395,291
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.                         $11,962,776   6/10/2009   $10,996,214




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.                               $2,054,603   6/25/2009     $599,809
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.                                                      $4,909,939   8/11/2009    $4,390,722




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.                                                                 $1,323,675   7/20/2010     $502,185
This 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               $70,059,569   8/14/2009   $31,016,449
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.                                   $7,590,980    2/1/2010    $4,909,652
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.              $24,958,045   8/14/2009   $22,419,438
On June 25th 2009, Long Beach Transit was awarded $16,497,214 in
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds. The ARRA
funds have helped Long Beach Transit (LBT) to continue striving to
provide high quality, clean and safe public transportation for it's patrons,
while promoting economic recovery through the purchase of goods and
services. The availability of ARRA funds has allowed LBT to invest in
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          $16,497,214   6/25/2009   $16,026,879




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.                                                                    $20,708,588   7/31/2009   $20,069,981
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.                                  $5,586,606   8/14/2009    $5,586,606
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 for Phase 1 of the project. Phase 2 of
the project will include installation of solar panels at additional locations
on AC Transit's operating/maintenance facilities. Location yet to be
determined.                                                                      $6,400,000    3/3/2010    $2,489,292
Sausalito Ferry Landing Improvements - This project will design and
construct replacement ramps and gangways to improve access for those
traveling on the ferry between San Francisco and Sausalito. This project
would provide environmental, design, engineering and construction to
rehabilitate the Sausalito ferry landing to overcome impediments to
future growth and increased bicycle usage by commuters and tourists.
The existing facilities will be rehabilitated, including the replacement of
ramps and floats to address issues affecting passenger safety and
upgrades to the facilities to provide for the increasing use of bicylists,
and support loading-offloading operations. Replacement ramps will be             $3,200,000   9/10/2010     $423,390


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. The purchase of 12 used electronic registering
fareboxes as well as the purchase of Diesel Particulate Filter cleaner to
clean filters on ARRA buses and buses with DPF traps.                            $2,548,629   9/25/2009    $1,354,563




Capitalized Preventive Maintenance, Information Technology Equipment
Replacement, Replace Support Vehicles, Renovate Yards, Acquire Shop
Equipment.                                                                       $5,118,120   7/31/2009    $4,927,855




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.               $34,076,619   4/13/2009   $24,441,270




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.                              $2,284,189   8/20/2009    $1,525,914
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.                                                        $6,941,181   6/12/2009     $6,941,181
Invest in public transportation by rehabilitating light rail vehicles;
engaging in preventive maintenance activities to preserve/extend the
functionality of the SFMTA's assets; rehabilitating articulated motor
coaches; upgrading the SFMTA’s mileage and fuel tracking system
for diesel and trolley coaches; equipping an interim Operations Control
Center to support dispatching and rerouting of vehicles, incident
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;               $85,467,854   6/10/2009    $66,440,424




Transit Capital Assistance                                                    $33,963,166   7/24/2009    $20,978,428
An Investment in Public Transportation :
#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            $9,621,790    3/3/2010     $9,366,099




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.                                                         $225,154,824   6/10/2009   $147,372,870




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.             $48,263,671   4/13/2009    $42,447,565




PMO Support                                                                      1400000    9/21/2010     210303.87
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.                                                 $753,399    6/25/2009     $743,585


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.                                                                    $325,000     3/3/2010      $46,336




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.                                                 $770,000     3/3/2010      $69,506




Purchase of five (5) Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliant
buses (2-35', 3-40' and 1-35' hybrid bus) for replacement. Ten percent,
$239,031, has been approved by the Federal Transit Authority (FTA) for
operating expenditures.                                                        $2,390,313   6/10/2009    $2,345,935
2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants - Urbanized Area Funding
Program. This grant applies $3,302,563 of the available 2009 ARRA
Formula allocation to bus and minivan replacement and bus expansion.
The City of Fort Collins will replace 6 x older model Gillig 35' Biodiesel
buses that are past their useful life of 12 years with 6 x 40' Nort
American Bus Industries (NABI) Low Floor compressed natural gas
buses ($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-           $3,403,060   7/10/2009    $3,398,340
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        $1,538,694   7/10/2009    $1,179,901




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.      $12,492,195   6/10/2009   $11,486,421
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. Lastly investments in public
transportation are for the Denver Union Station and the West Corridor.           $72,092,176    7/17/2009   $43,141,419




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.                               $8,788,893    7/10/2009    $7,584,123
Investment in public transportation. Under the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and in cooperation with the Connecticut
Department of Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority
received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle repower program involving 40
buses (73% of the bus fleet in the Bridgeport region) that will incorporate
the latest technology in emissions reductions, leading to 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                $350,000    10/13/2010      $22,168
The FY2010 ARRA TIGGER award of $7,000,000 for the two projects
under this grant are for the upgrade of up to 37 Hybrid Diesel-electric
Transit Buses and for the purchase of up to two Stationary Fuel Cells.
Upgrade of up to 37 Hybrid Diesel-electric buses: CDOT owns the bus
systems in Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury, New Britain,
Bristol, Meriden and Wallingford, and operates them under the
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                 $7,000,000     3/4/2010           $0
A Grant Amendment requesting $1,731,500 was approved on 3/3/10
increasing the grant balance from $2,308,080 to $4,039,580 of Section
5311 Nonurbanized Area Formula - American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds apportioned to the Connecticut
Department of Transportation) for the purchase of additional vehicles
and support equipment. The amendment includes the purchase of 2
additional 30-ft buses for Middletown Transit District to be operated on
their rural routes. Contract award for the buses was November 17, 2009.
An additional seven (7) <30-ft vehicles are for the following Transit
Districts: 3 for Estuary, 2 for Northwestern, and 2 for Windham. These            $4,039,580    7/10/2009    $1,315,482
Investment in public transportation. Under the American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and in cooperation with the Connecticut
Department of Transportation, the Greater Bridgeport Transit Authority
received a $2.8 million grant for a vehicle repower program involving 40
buses (73% of the bus fleet in the Bridgeport region) that will incorporate
the latest technology in emissions reductions, leading to 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               $2,800,000    4/15/2009    $2,800,000
On 3/3/2010, this grant was approved by FTA Region I for an
amendment of $237,778. The total of $68,874,251 in Section 5307
Formula American Recovery and Reinvestment Act ARRA funds -
Hartford, New Haven, Bridgeport-Stamford, Springfield-MA-CT,
Worcester-MA-CT & Governor's apportionments for two projects
identified as follows: 1) the systemwide replacement of 136, 35', 45' and
60' 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           $68,874,251    6/19/2009   $64,765,531
This 2009 ARRA grant provides for the following major capital
improvements with a total grant value of $43,791,192 identified as
follows: 1) $10,000,000 funds for the New Haven Line (NHL) Station
Improvement Project to implement the construction phase of the project;
2) $5,400,000 funds for the Shore Line East (SLE) - Branford Railroad
Station Parking Expansion project; 3) $3,391,192 funds for the 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         $43,791,192    8/26/2009   $14,233,266
This 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant constitutes
an investment in Connecticut's public transportation infrastructure by
effecting the following major capital improvements with a combined total
grant value of $31,536,449 and consisting of: 1) $26,536,449 for the
New Haven Line (NHL) Component Change Out (CCO) Shop and 2)
$5,000,000 for the Danbury Branch Centralized Train 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          $31,536,449    8/21/2009   $26,536,449
This is a request for $2,800,000 in Section 5307 Urbanized Area
Formula American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA)
funds for construction of the Stamford Urban Transitway (SUT). The
Transitway, a 1.6 mile fixed guideway connector, is the centerpiece of
Stamford's effort to connect the Stamford Intermodal Transportation
Center (SITC) to Interstate 95 and the Boston Post Road, and major
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                  2800000     4/12/2010      1100000
The project focuses on retrofitting Delaware Transit Corporation facilities
with solar panels, which generate costs savings through fossil fuel
energy reductions. The solar panels are comprised of photovoltaic cells,
comprised of ultra-thin layers of silicone. When sunlight strikes the
surface of the cell, an electrical field is created resulting in a flow of
electricity. Once installed, solar energy is captured by the photovoltaic
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          $1,500,000    3/15/2010     $752,970




Invest in public transportation by purchasing four (4) new passenger rail
cars; expanding a bus maintenance facility; retrofit curb ramps,
sidewalks and other aspects of a Park & Ride location to comply with the
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA); and construct phase one of a new
bus transfer center in Dover.                                                  $17,030,461    8/20/2009    $9,365,144




Project Management Oversight services for the Federal Transit
Administration (FTA) for ARRA funded projects. Three Work Order
assignments have been received to date that include monitoring of
Grantee projects in FTA Regions 3 and 4.                                          3077340    11/23/2010    218399.96




Invest in public transportation by providing oversight of grantee
compliance with EEO requirements for ARRA-funded capital projects.                  93500      4/8/2011      26851.8
Invest in public transportation by providing oversight of grantee
compliance with Title VI requirements for ARRA-funded capital projects.             348271     9/23/2010      263478.7




Invest in public transportation by providing technical assistance and
training in the implementation of ARRA projects by State DOTs.                      150490     3/23/2010        150490




Invest in public transportation by providing technical assistance and
oversight in the implementation of ARRA projects by FTA receipients.                762500     5/26/2010     731185.23
This award will allow the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
to invest in public transportation by: - Executing and implementing a
track pad/shock absorber rehabilitation program. - Purchasing and
installing emergency tunnel carts and storage cabinets for station
platforms. These evacuation carts and cabinets will be mounted on the
end of station platforms for easy access by Fire/Rescue personnel
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       $17,749,826    6/10/2009    $14,119,949
The TIGER grant will allow the National Capital region to invest in public
transportation by implementing a regional network of priority bus
corridors and construction of a multimodal transit center. Improvements
in bus transportation will occur along priority corridors in the District of
Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia. Corridor improvements include
dedicated bus lanes, transit signal priority, enhanced pedestrian access,
provision of real-time passenger information, and enhanced bus stops to
increase bus ridership and reliability. Multimodal improvements occurring
in Northern Virginia with the District of Columbia include replacement
buses, security cameras, new bus bays at rail stations, real-time               $58,838,000     1/3/2011      $331,150
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) Capital
Transit Recovery Act grant will invest in public transportation through the
following: - Purchase of 47 low-floor hybrid buses and 74 paratransit
vans and related equipment to meet the surging demand for paratransit
service in the metro-DC region. - Purchase and installation of bus
garage security equipment at several bus facilities. - 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         $184,083,396    7/31/2009   $149,744,554




Program Management Oversight and consulting for FTA on various
transit projects                                                                    920000    12/14/2010        103693
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.                              $2,492,107   7/30/2009   $2,492,106




The Regional Transit System (RTS) of the City of Gainesville will use
these funds to purchase a 40-ft bus and one van with wheelchair access.
In addition, these funds will be used to purchase mobile surveillance
equipment, support vehicles, and other support equipment.                       $680,000    8/12/2010    $282,601
THE PURPOSE OF THIS GRANT IS TO INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSIT -
grant funds provide for replacement of capital equipment which has
exceeded its useful life in years with equipment and vehicles that
operate cleaner and require less maintenance. Grant funds have also
allowed for improvements to our ADA paratransit service where the
oldest vehicles have been replaced and security cameras have been
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         $6,206,681   6/24/2009   $4,576,082
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          $13,567,108   7/30/2009    $444,958


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.                                                         $2,402,009   8/20/2009   $1,256,958




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.                                                       $3,928,564    3/3/2010   $3,196,102
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              $2,377,250   7/28/2009    $655,704
Transit Vehicles, Preventive Maintenance, Surveillance equipment to
enhance the operations and functionality of Transit Property in Ocala,
FL, SunTran.                                                                     $1,573,748   9/25/2009    $652,064
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, and the Regional
Treasure Coast Connector, which serve both Martin and St. Lucie
Counties.                                                                        $1,199,564    3/2/2010    $112,615



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 eliminated.                                                             $8,420,125   7/31/2009   $6,650,181




Investment in Public Transportation by purchasing motor fans to
increase fuel efficiency.                                                         $320,000    3/11/2010          $0
Collier Area Transit (CAT) will use these grant funds to provide for
capital projects such as improving security at the CAT operations facility;
transit enhancement/rehabilitation program in applying trolley design
wraps on buses; provide ADA para-transit services and Electronic On-
Vehicle Passenger Information Displays (visual and audible);
implementation of Intelligent Transportation System (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         $2,963,261   7/31/2009   $1,297,081
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing hydrid-electric buses, and
rubber tired vehicles(Trolleys) for use on the island routes, procurement
of Park & Ride facility in Palmetto, FL adjacent to the new transfer
station now under construction to provide riders who want to travel to
and from Sarasota County for work and in the future to Hillsborough and
Pinellas Counties when an express bus service is implemented, security
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),       $4,618,693   8/20/2009   $2,018,977




Invest in public transportation by constructing a new transit
administration and bus parking facility. Ten percent of the award is being
utilized to fund transit operating.                                              $2,281,044   7/10/2009    $237,136
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.                                            $4,618,693    3/3/2010    $3,993,678
FTA Section 5307 ARRA Capital assistance for the Winter Haven Area
Transit system. These funds will be used for rolling stock, ITS systems,
capitalized maintenance, and passenger stop improvements. Rolling
stock purchase will consist of five (5) heavy-duty transit buses. These
are needed to replace units that have met their useful lives. This
replacement will also reduce existing costs associated with vehicle
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          $2,653,070   7/28/2009    $2,303,567




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.                                                     $2,847,482   7/31/2009     $301,948




Purchase five medium duty Hybrid diesel electric buses, 24 passenger,
plus two wheelchair configuration. Also, RouteMatch software computer
system.                                                                        $2,139,379   7/31/2009    $1,679,565




Investment in Public Transportation by replacing 25 buses, building a
maintenance facility, security stations, purchasing motor fans.               $21,235,245   1/21/2010   $20,617,350
Invest in public transportation by prioritizing the needs of specific bus
and rail related projects that were previously not funded or only partially
funded: upgrade signage and graphics for Metrorail Phase 1, upgrade
and rehab the Palmeto Metrorail Station Traction Power Substation,
Install Enhanced Bus Service on Kendall Drive and purchase four hybrid
buses,The other five buses will be purchased by local and state 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-      $69,802,389   8/20/2009    $3,255,475




This grant invests in public transportation by funding the acquisition of
revenue vehicles, accessibility improvements, facility improvements,
streetcar extension, and capital maintenance, fare collection equipment,
preventative maintenance, technology improvements, security measures
and ADA operations.                                                           $15,153,702   7/28/2009   $13,437,379
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.                                                    $1,957,183   8/20/2009    $1,498,947




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 10 new low sulfer diesel
buses and 3 mini-buses.                                                          $4,031,579   7/31/2009    $3,987,989




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.                                                                 $15,090,159   6/19/2009   $11,003,473




Sub awards are to counties, transportation authorities, and non-profit
agencies providing rural transportation.                                        $20,333,034   6/19/2009   $15,914,532
FY 2009 Section 5307 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
(ARRA) funds in the amount of $1,400,000 will be used to purchase five
(5) shelters with solar light kits, ten (10) solar light kits for existing
shelters, five (5) bike racks for the new shelters, installation, a bus wash
and design build project for a transit parking lot. As the result of the
Supplemental Appropriations Act for 2009 signed by President 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                    $1,400,000    8/6/2009     $339,844




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 16 buses, 20 vans,
rehabilitate and renovate the Melbourne bus terminal and install bus
shelters in Brevard County                                                       $6,897,726   7/28/2009    $3,833,046




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new fuel-efficient diesel
transit buses, shelters for bus passengers, and surveillance equipment
for installation on-board buses.                                                 $3,944,919   6/25/2009      $54,919
ARRA - Expansion and replacement buses, Overhaul buses,Renovate
and upgrade facilities and properties, Maintenance equipment, and
operational activities                                                             $19,359,908   8/13/2009    $5,244,741
Broward County, Transit Division (BCT) was awarded this grant under
the American Recovery Reinvestment Act of 2009, Section 5307 funds
in the amount of $35,128,868. This project consists of 5 activities:
1)Ravenswood Facility Construction: The aging Ravenswood
Maintenance/Operations facility currently requires numerous
improvements in order to continue supporting quality transit services.
These 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   $35,128,868   8/24/2009    $1,834,127
Invest in Public Transportation: Purchase (9) replacement fixed route
buses; purchase (46) replacement paratransit vehicles; purchase (6)
expansion PickUpLine vehicles; design transfer center; design, purchase
and install (300) passenger shelters; purchase and install CCTV system
at passenger facilities; rehab (3) transfer centers; install emergency
generator system at operations center; 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                 $29,754,615   7/10/2009   $19,544,489




ARRA Professional Acquisition Support Services                                          72000    2/17/2011        71550
This is a FY 2009 ARRA funded Section 5307 grant for transit capital
improvements to the Gwinnett County transit system. The purpose of
this grant application is to secure 100% ARRA funding for TIP projects
AR-5307A-GW, Transit Vehicle Purchase which will provide for
replacement of two paratransit vehicles (the vehicles being replaced
have met their useful life. A federal ratio of 100/0 will apply) These 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              9662766    7/10/2009      4115820
This grant will invest in public transportation by means of the following
projects. Lube shop construction for the transit buses. Provide two 16
passenger ADA wheelchair equiped buses and one 15 passenger van
that will be used to transport citizens to medical, social and employment
appointments. We are also purchasing security cameras for all of the
transit buses. Cameras on each bus will increase passenger 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                       $547,674    7/17/2009     $449,560
Invest in public transportation by (1) providing paratransit service to
persons unable to use fixed route service due to a disability; (2)
performing preventive maintenance on existing buses and transit
facilities and equipment to maintain a state of good repair; (3) installing
security cameras at transit facilities to improve safety and security
measures; (4) designing and constructing a new paratransit facility to
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                           $9,312,003    3/3/2010    $8,254,821
Invest in public transportation. Cherokee County will use the 2009 ARRA
funds to purchase a 5307 fixed route expansion vehicle. The 30'
passenger vehicle will provide the opportunity to increase ridership and
expand fixed route service to Cherokee County residents. Preventive
Maintenance vehicle surveillance, and other communications and fleet
maintenance miscellaneous support equipment, and 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             $797,009    6/19/2009     $610,341




Invest in public transportation by purchasing additional buses including a
hybrid and replacing a totally depreciated bus. Also fund maintenance
costs including mechanics salaries and additional training. Also fund
ADA expenses,salaries,training, fuel maintenance costs.                       $2,757,716   6/24/2009    $2,431,435
This grant is for FY 2009 ARRA Economic Stimulus Funds. The funds
will be used to purchase seven(7) 30-foot replacement vehicles. The
buses will be hybrid electric/diesel buses. These vehicles have a useful
life of seven(7) years/350,000 miles. CAT will acquire a security system
for the facility, monitoring, security guard, and razor wire for fencing.
Included in the Project Administration will be the RFP, Advertising and
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                  $4,490,394   8/25/2009    $4,461,849




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.                                                                $340,000    6/19/2009     $332,561




This grant award, as amended July 1, 2010, provides funding support
for the following investments in public transportation: (i) Preventive
Maintenance of bus and rail transit vehicles, facilities and equipment;
and (ii) the Rail AC Track Circuit Upgrade and Train Alert Lights project.   $30,000,000    7/1/2010   $24,541,455
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.                                     $9,326,710   9/25/2009    $2,354,433




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.                                                                         $2,769,671   6/19/2009    $2,769,670
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
rehabilitation of lighting within the MARTA rail system and acquisiton of a
limited amount of security equipment; and (F) Transit Operating
Assistance.                                                                    $57,675,781   8/13/2009   $29,442,392
This grant award provides funding support for the following investment in
public transportation: upgrade and replace the Fire Protection System
(FPS) for MARTA rail stations, lines, and facilities. This project scope
includes fire detection, suppression and notification systems, which will
be integrated with multiple subsystems. The total estimated project cost
is $59,927,000 of which this Grant (No. GA-56-0001) will fund
approximately 12 percent. The funding provided under this grant is
primarily supporting 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                          $7,380,854   7/17/2009    $3,834,693
This grant award provides funding support for the following investment in
public transportation: design, acquisition, construction and installation of
solar (photovoltaic) canopies at the MARTA Laredo Bus Operations &
Maintenance Facility for the generation of clean renewable solar/electric
power. This award is funded by the FTA's Transit Investments for
Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction (TIGGER) 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. The solar power produced by these photovoltaic panels          $10,800,000   3/11/2010    $5,032,615
Invest in public transportartion 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) plans 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            $921,976    8/21/2009           $0




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




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.                               $40,649,148   8/14/2009   $30,726,656




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.                                            $311,303    5/19/2010     $302,363
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.                                         $3,616,444    8/4/2009    $352,370




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.                      $1,778,455   8/19/2009    $412,632


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.                                                       $1,290,202   7/21/2009   $1,252,968




Invest in transportation, environmental protection and other infrastructure
that will provide economic benefits by: 1) identifying existing bus stops
that require upgrades to bring those stops into compliance with guidance
provided by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 2) identifying the
extent of the upgrades required, 3) prioritizing the upgrades required and
4): constucting the required upgrades.                                         $430,000    7/24/2009     $88,611
Goal is to invest in Public Transportation in Idaho: Idaho's Rural program
supports 1 prime recipient and 24 sub-recipients. The prime recipient
has 3 statewide projects: develop a performance management system,
develop a web-based mobility communication project, & support a
mobility association to coordinate statewide. Following is the description
of the 24 sub-recipients: 01-City of Dover: Goal to implement a new,
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         $9,222,783   7/10/2009   $6,999,904




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.                                        $2,626,000    8/4/2009    $293,056
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               $1,500,000    4/1/2010    $190,416
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.                                       $783,500    6/19/2009     $732,320
This award allows for an investment in Public Transportation through the
provision of TIGGER Grant funds for the purchase of a Solar Thermal
Hot Water System to be incorporated into the design and outfitting of our
new Transit Maintenance Facility. The Solar Thermal Hot Water System
will assist in the creation of a sustainable Transit Maintenance Facility
using an energy alternative that reduces both energy consumption and
emissions that can be used to model future transit facility construction or
retrofits to existing transit facilities. The Solar Thermal Hot Water
System would generate hot water for the facilities operations and
maintenance areas and also provide hot water to the bus washing                   $600,000     3/3/2010           $0
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 $3,916,575 for procurement of the 34 hybrid vehicles; and
$113,425 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 was also involved in vehicle bid reviews and
in-plant vehicle inspections.                                                    $4,030,000   3/11/2010    $4,017,087




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.                                                                      $3,693,756    8/4/2009    $3,693,756




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 58 30' transit buses, 190
paratransit vehicles and a minimum of 76 support vehicles for
maintenance and supervisory personnel as well as staff at Headquarters.
Due to good pricing received on our contracts, Pace was able to
purchase a total of 83 support vehicles and a total of 62 30' transit
buses.                                                                          $33,135,437   8/21/2009   $31,674,630
Project #1: $30,063 funds for the purchase of new radios for the active
and spare bus fleet and a receiver at transit facility for the dispatcher, as
the existing radios are out of date. We are asking for quotes on simple
bus to station radio equipment as well as looking at integrating with the
County 911 system. The project is looking to purchase up to 32 radios,
a receiver at the dispatchers office, installation of all 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       $1,262,063   9/25/2009     $312,360




Purchase of 3 Medium Duty Vehicles and Communication Equipment                    $217,421    12/2/2009     $202,145
 Invest in public transportation by purchasing and installing complete
safety & security video system to be utilized at all District facilities and a
few prime bus stop locations. Consultant is near 50% for completion of
bid specifications and documents. 7/13/2011 - Consultant completed
specifications and the RFP was released in February, 2011. BAFOs
were requested from all proposers in early March and the District
selected Current Technologies. The Board of Trustees awarded the
contract at the March 30, 2011 board meeting and the contract was
signed April 18, 2011. Electrical work and cabling is in progress in two of
the four facilities. 10-12-2011 - Electrical work, cabling, and equipment          $1,000,000   6/11/2009       $86,197




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.                                                                $48,931,726   6/12/2009    $47,187,735




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.                       $46,603,124   6/19/2009    $17,983,100
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            $21,184,115   8/21/2009     $9,453,291




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,                                   $191,300,189    6/8/2009   $187,732,497




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new diesel-powered buses
and associated capital maintenance items.                                          $2,597,881   8/20/2009     $2,358,062




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.                                                             $891,527    8/21/2009      $891,527
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.                                                              $1,500,000    3/3/2010      $87,126




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.                                 $22,000,000    8/9/2010    $3,998,339




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.                             $94,344,646   6/25/2009   $68,927,891




Reimbursement program established to provide transit assistance to
rural communities (population less than 50,000) throughout the state.          $20,316,134    7/1/2009   $10,517,132
The Metropolitan Evansville Transit System (METS) will use Recovery
Act funds to help replace a portion of our fixed route fleet that has
significantly exceeded its life expectancy both in years and mileage. In
addition, we will improve our paratransit services by upgrading our
dispatching software as well as installing computer stations in each of
our mobility buses. The bus operator will receive instantaneous 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           $2,615,993   6/25/2009    $2,589,055



Preventive Maintenance is an ongoing necessary program to preserve
the value of FTA funded assets. This grant also includes funds to
purchase 14 replacement busses that have reached the end of their
useful life. The required 1% expenditures for security and transit
enhancement will be spent to expand the successful on-board bus
camera project and for enhanced access to transit for pedestrians and
bicyclists.                                                                    $16,050,078   6/11/2009   $16,050,078




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 begin in
late 2011.                                                                      $1,716,658   6/25/2009           $0
Capital vehicle purchase (1) bus (2) demand response (4) suport
vehicles and Operating Funds (Suport vehicles are off the lot)              $1,550,513   12/3/2009   $1,512,907




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.      $2,413,099   8/20/2009   $2,241,536




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




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.                                                        $1,723,705   5/12/2009   $1,722,952




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




PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE AND HEATERS PURCHASE A
REPLACEMENT BUS OPERATING ASSISTANCE FOR DEMAND
RESPONSE SERVICES                                                            $527,582    8/20/2009    $363,461




Replacement buses and remodeling of the maintenance facility.               $1,369,388   6/25/2009   $1,335,936
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.                                                                     $2,180,000   9/10/2010   $1,799,166



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.                                                                   $7,502,464   8/20/2009   $4,697,639




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.        $4,325,000    3/3/2010   $3,588,849




Purchase and renovation of building to be used to dispatch transit
service. Purchase of rolling stock and operating funds.                     $1,089,206    3/2/2010   $1,089,206




Funds to assist in the renovation of a transit garage and purchase of one
revenue vehicle in the City of LaPorte, Indiana                              $650,000    8/24/2009    $392,826




Funds to assist in the funding of public transit service within Lake and
Porter Counties, Indiana                                                    $4,086,998   8/24/2009   $2,587,722




Invest in public transportation by upgrading ten standard transmissions
with 10 hybrid electric transmissions on buses to be delivered in
FFY2010                                                                     $1,600,000   2/24/2010   $1,581,221
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                                          $10,689,659   6/10/2009    $8,583,333




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




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




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




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                                                            $7,888,026    3/3/2010    $4,219,632




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.                                                      $8,463,000   9/16/2010    $3,030,585
Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER)
funds for transit infrastructure improvements along the Metcalf and
Shawnee Mission Parkway corridors located in Johnson County,
Kansas. Project Location: The corridor runs from the Rosana Square
park-and-ride located at 119th Street and Metcalf Avenue, then the
alignment proceeds North on Metcalf Avenue to Martway Street, and
then proceeds 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),             $10,714,000   9/15/2010     $631,443
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.                                    $186,417    4/29/2010    $157,810
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            $2,073,000   6/19/2009   $1,888,021




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.                                                         $1,000,000   8/13/2009          $0




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.                                      $11,056,694    3/3/2010   $7,985,916




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.                                                         $1,930,929   7/10/2009   $1,691,691




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




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.                                                         $4,485,346    8/5/2009   $1,513,798
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, replacing the bus vacuum system and
constructing an emergency generation facility at TARC's Union Station
Division, renovating a bus storage facility at TARC's Broadway Division,
performing preventive maintenance on existing buses, and providing
service.                                                                       $18,129,363   6/19/2009   $17,207,267




Funds to purchase defibrillators, one Modis scanner, updated Paratransit
software (ParaPlan) and GPS for Ashland Bus System.                              $180,300    6/10/2009     $171,828



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.                                  $1,098,000   5/14/2009    $1,098,000




ARRA grant for transit capital improvements such as bus shelters,
buses, technology upgrades, signs and public art.                               $5,488,895   6/10/2009    $1,491,164
 The purpose of the stimulus funding is to invest in public transportation
in the city of New Orleans. The Regional Transit Authority of New
Orleans (RTA) applied for Fixed Guideway Economic Recovery funds for
two projects - replacement of brake shoe holders on the St. Charles
Streetcars and contract services to complete installation of crossties on
the St. Charles streetcar line. The historic St. Charles car line 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                 $2,425,343   6/22/2009      $78,652
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           $5,791,200   6/25/2009    $3,925,756



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.                                   $660,000    7/10/2009     $123,674
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.                                                                $2,747,057   7/10/2009   $1,575,707




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.                                            $2,765,000   7/31/2009          $0




Terrebonne Parish Consolidated Government will invest in public
transportation by purchasing new buses and associated support
equipment for the urban transit bus system.                                   $2,052,316   7/17/2009   $1,750,826




Invest in public transportation by purchase of new compressed natural
gas (CNG) buses; construction of a CNG fuel station; conversion of the
existing maintenance facility to CNG fueling; rehabilitate/upgrade a 22
year old bus terminal; acquire maintenance support equipment, mobile
surgeillance/security equipment, and upgrade the maintenance record
system; and perform preventive maintenance on existing buses.                 $4,716,500   8/13/2009   $3,788,279




River Parishes Transit Authority will invest in public transportation by
purchasing new wheelchair lift buses and performing preventative
maintenance on existing buses.                                                 $300,000    8/20/2009          $0




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




St. Tammany Parish Government is investing in Public Transportation by
constructing community park and ride facilities and performing
preventive maintenance on transit assets.                                     $2,181,220   7/24/2009    $406,984
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new 6 vans, 3 buses for
night service, and preventive maintenance on existing buses.                     $1,183,712    8/15/2009     $676,243
The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority will invest in public
transportation by utilizing stimulus funding for the citizens and visitors to
the city of New Orleans. These funds will provide operating assistance,
preventative maintenance, and other capital investments including:
repair of a street used exclusively for transit buses, purchase and
installation of 7 Kiosks, bus passenger waiting shelters, miscellaneous
communication equipment, shop tools and equipment, and information
technology Upgrade. The purchase of Kiosks will display route and
schedule information to the passenger. This information allows riders to
make better use of the transit system and complete trips to their desired       $14,878,044    6/30/2009   $12,091,572
The City of Monroe will invest in public transportation by renovating and
updating the transit administrative and maintenance facility as well as
renovating the downtown terminal. One major outcome of the terminal
renovation is to provide a breaking area and employee male/female
baths for bus operators. We will purchase bus shelters and install them
at the higher boarding and alighting areas throughout the service area.
The City contracted with a management company to hire a project
manager to manage all American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
(ARRA) projects, funds and prepare and submit all required reports. Our
funds will allow us to purchase one 35-ft hybrid bus as well as acquire          $1,766,253     8/5/2009     $953,335




This award will fund capital investments and operating expenses for
public transportation in the Baton Rouge, Louisiana metro area. Capital
investments include new buses, trolleys, digital communication
equipment, GPS systems for vehicles, security systems for vehicles, and
other maintenance equipment. Ten percent of the award will fund
salaries and wages for bus operators to hire or save jobs.                       $6,630,292    7/31/2009    $2,126,174



The purpose of the Transit Investment Generating Economic Recovery
(TIGER) grant program is to design and construct a new UPT/Loyola
Avenue streetcar line. The project is proposed as a double-tracked
alignment that would operate an 0.8 route mile (1.94 track mile) on
Loyola Avenue, between the Union Passenger Terminal (NOUPT,
located at 1001 Loyola Avenue and the existing Canal streetcar line at
Canal Street in the New Orleans Central Business District.                      $45,000,000   12/23/2010    $3,715,343




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.                                                       $2,063,566    8/11/2009           $0
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 preventative
maintenance on existing buses, install security cameras and global
positioning systems on 127 existing buses and 91 new buses, purchase
4 intercity buses and retrofit motor coaches with ADA 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               $15,273,707    7/17/2009    $6,319,391
This award will purchase 13 busses that will be used for public
transportation.                                                               $5,156,662    3/5/2009    $5,156,662




Transit Capital Assistance - Rural. Replacement of Governor Curtis ferry
boat                                                                          $7,400,000    3/5/2009    $6,791,844




Funds under this grant will be used to invest in public transportation.
This project is the replacement of Halon 1301 Fire Suppressand agent
with Novec 1230.                                                               $522,000     3/3/2010     $494,756
The funds in this grant are awarded to Locally Operated Transit Systems
to invest in public transportation. Projects included are the purchase of
rolling stock including replacement and expansion buses and bus
rehabilitation, bus station, bus stop and bus terminal projects, bus
support equipment and facilities projects, electrification and power
distribution projects, and communication equipment projects. Bus
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          $7,425,244    3/3/2010    $5,633,175
The funds in this grant are awarded to Locally Operated Transit Systems
to invest in public transportation. Projects included are the purchase of
replacement and expansion buses, a replacement trolley, replacement
vans, capital maintenance items, fare collection equipment, security and
surveillance equipment, passenger shelters, miscellaneous passenger
amenities, design & engineer electrical system upgrades, shop
equipment, computer hardware and software, support vehicles,
miscellaneous shop and office equipment, bike racks, purchase and
install vehicle shelter, rehabilitation of diesel fuel pumps, electrical
rehabilitation, facilities rehabilitation, Mobile Data Terminals/Automatic   $36,267,802    3/3/2010   $22,441,865




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.                                            $17,100,000    3/3/2010    $6,398,060




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.                                 $15,176,485   8/14/2009   $12,731,944
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.                                          $75,757,941    3/3/2010   $57,099,119




ARRA funded Procurement System Reviews                                           299953     2/4/2011            0




ARRA Procurement System Reviews                                                  215000    9/15/2011            0




Financial Management Oversight Program Technical Support Services                149639     8/4/2010            0




Financial Management Oversight Program Technical Support Services               1550000     8/4/2010            0




Support for FTA complience reviews                                               250000     4/8/2011        54142




To provide Contract and Program Support, Project Management Review
Services, Technical Review Services. Deliver up to 67 ARRA Project
Implementation Reviews in accordance with OP No. 61 - ARRA Project
Implementation Review.                                                          1716744    12/2/2010    148708.98
is contract ended March 31, 2010. [The Federal Transit Administration
(FTA) of the Department of Transportation awards over 10 billion dollars
in Federal Grants annually through the Transportation Electronic Award
Management (TEAM-Web) system. The TEAM-Web system is a Project
& Financial Management application that was designed and developed
to fulfill government mandates for increased accessibility by the public to
the Federal Assistance Programs and the replacement of paper-laden
processes with electronic processes. Ninety-Eight percent of the 10
billion dollars in Federal Grants funding is applied for, reviewed,
approved and managed electronically, using the TEAM-web application.               60000    9/29/2009    45345.95




ARRA funded Procurement System Reviews                                            300000    2/11/2011    90029.06




ARRA Related Acquisition Support Services for the Federal Transit
Procurement Office to effectively support ARRA related contracts and to
support program/technical staff in processing services/commercial
requirements through the entire acquisition process - planning,
solicitation, evaluation, award, post-award administration, and close-out.       395395.2   8/30/2010    197697.6




Financial Management Oversight Program Technical Support Services                 897000     8/4/2010   780627.52




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 2 replacement 30-ft. low
floor transit buses, 4 replacement minibuses and preventative
maintenance expenses.                                                             732618    5/20/2010     612709
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                 3653542    6/19/2009    3619800
This grant application requests $1,565,804.00 of Section 5311 Transit
Capital Assistance Nonurbanized Apportionments - American Recovery
and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) funds for a program of projects
for three public rural transit providers and two rural private intercity
carriers. Peter Pan Bus Lines, Inc. and Plymouth & Brockton Street
Railway Company will receive a total of $782,902.00 ($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                      1565804    10/1/2009    1333911
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    10/1/2009    243906
Construction of the Franklin Regional Transit Authority's Intermodal
Transportation Center.       The Franklin Regional Transit Center will be a
transportation hub for Franklin County that will provide centralized public
and private transit, paratransit, and future passenger rail services to
Franklin County. The Center will also house the offices of the Franklin
Regional Transit Authority and Franklin Regional 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         12800000    7/10/2009   6111035


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 April 2011
and the project is expected to be completed in March 2012.                     $1,625,945   4/19/2010     $8,271
$322,767 (100% Federal) of FWHA American Recovery & Reinvestment
Act (ARRA) funds were flexed to FTA to restore MART's ARRA capital
program to its original level of funding, following the award of MA-96-
X003-01 which reallocated the equivalent funds, equal to 10% of MART's
ARRA program from capital to operating, as allowable under the
Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2009 (H.R. 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.          $322,767    5/18/2010   $322,767
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                    $145,439    5/25/2010    $86,706




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.               $387,500     4/9/2010   $355,615
Procurement and installation of an MBTA-compatible Electronic Fare
System (EFS) on the Authority's Fixed Route Vehicles. The objective of
this project is to provide interoperability and complete integration of the
MBTA Charlie Card with a similar electronic fare system deployed by a
consortium of Regional Transit Authorities in Massachusetts. With the
support of the Massachusetts Association of Regional Transit
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                  $635,322     4/9/2010     $5,389
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.          $22,700,000   6/25/2010   $12,100,105




Invest in public transportation by installing two wind energy turbines at
MBTA commuter rail facilities: in Kingston (100kW) and Bridgewater (up
to 600 kW).                                                                    $2,500,000    3/3/2010      $36,850
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses and ADA vans,
investing in transit enhancements such as purchasing bus-mounted 3-
bike & 2-bike bicycle racks, rehabilitating the transit facilities, and
purchasing transit-related tools and equipment. 10% of the award will
also be allocated to support transit operations. These capital funds to be
used as operating assistance will be replaced by 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.    $16,259,453   6/10/2009   $14,810,055




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.                       $3,853,088   4/29/2009    $3,740,730




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.                                                        $7,326,177    7/8/2009    $6,179,557
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) will invest in public
transportation via: The replacement of five (5) transit buses that have
reached their useful lives, with smaller, more fuel efficient minibuses
which allows for greater flexibility and route deviation. The vehicles
scheduled for replacement are four (4) 1992 44 passenger 35 foot used
vehicles purchased in 2006 and one (1) 2002 27 passenger 30 foot bus
that have 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                     $1,454,391   6/11/2009    $1,312,056




Invest in public transportation by construction of renovations to
commuter rail station, specifically repair/replacement of existing
ornamental fence.                                                               $199,947     3/3/2010      $18,929
The money is being for the engineering and design of the Fall River
Terminal.                                                                       $912,289     6/11/2009    $388,444
1.The Authority is replacing the HVAC systems at the Fall River and
New Bedford Mainenance Facilities. The current were over 30 years old
and very inefficient, unreliable requiring constant repair. The new syetem
will lower operating costs and reduce the carbon foorprint of SRTA.
When completed the job will have utulized $305,000. 2. The Authority
has upgraded the existing the TRAPEZZE software with a newer version.
The new software is used to operate ADA Demand Response service.
The new systen will allow us improve operating efficiency. It will utilized
$32,000 of ARRA Funding. 3. The Authority has replaced 6 demand
Response vans. These vines replace 2 1999 Aeroterch and 4 2000                 $9,122,985    6/11/2009   $9,122,985
This grant will allow MART to invest in public transportation by allowing
us to purchase new vehicles and equipment and to construct a vehicle
storage facility to protect our investment. An original budget of $750,000
is allocated to the purchase of 3 new hybrid buses to replace existing
diesel buses for use on our fixed route service within the Fitchburg/
Leominster/Gardner service area. This investment will 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.         $3,227,669    6/19/2009   $3,179,434
Invest in public transportation by constructing a transit plaza at
Wonderland Station on the Blue Line in Revere, Massachusetts that will
link transit, pedestrians and bicyclists and encourage alternative
transport and enhance modal connectivity. A new plaza will be
constructed over the MBTA tracks linking the east and west sides of the
station - creating the connection between the garage, busway
infrastructure, adjacent neighborhoods and future development in the
Revere Beach area. The project also includes a pedestrian bridge
providing safe pedestrian access across Ocean Avenue to Revere
Beach.                                                                        $20,000,000   12/16/2010   $1,355,716



Update 10/14/11: Progressing on schedule will submit final draw in
upcoming qtr. Update 7/11/11. Roof project on schedule and on budget.
Will use these funds in the upcoming quarter as planned.Update
4/13/11. Roof project to begin May 2011. These funds will be used for
the roof replacement and solar photovoltaic panel array at the LRTA's
bus maintenance and storage facility located at 100 Hale Street, Lowell
Ma.                                                                             $477,002     4/13/2009     $18,916




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.                                                                     $1,500,000    4/13/2009   $1,500,000




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                       $720,266      4/9/2010    $126,893
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.               $6,353,225   5/27/2009   $5,405,977
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.                                                        $10,000,000   6/24/2010    $976,350
Invest in public transportation. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
program for the entire WRTA fleet which will include an automated
passenger counting system, an asset/vehicle monitoring system and a
traffic signal priority system. Architectural & Engineering services
related to the design of a new bus transfer station at Union Station in
Worcester, MA. The plan to re-locate the WRTA's fixed route hub will
provide improved shelter, rider information, safety and security and
access to other modes of transportation, which will complete the 'transit
campus'. In addition, the transfer station will be built to accommodate
office space for the WRTA.                                                      $1,241,857   4/19/2010     $18,283


Invest in public transportation by providing the infrastructure necessary
to extend Fitchburg Commuter Rail Line service 4.5 miles westward to a
new station at Wachusett in West Fitchburg. The work includes track,
bridge and signal improvements to the existing Pan Am Southern Freight
Mainline between Fitchburg and Gardner; a new station at Wachusett;
and a new train layover facility in Westminster. The initial grant award
was $55,500,000; an additional $3,734,300 was approved for this project
on 9/20/11 via Amendment #1 to the Grant Agreement.                            $59,234,300   11/9/2010    $629,180
Invest in public transportation. These funds will be utilized to purchase
fifteen (15) new transit buses, of which four (4) will be hybrid-
diesel/electric powered, and eleven (11) paratransit vans, replacing
vehicles which have reached the end of their useful lives. Intelligent
Transportation Systems (ITS) program for the entire WRTA fleet which
will include an automatic vehicle location system, an automatic voice
annunciation system, a real-time information system, a wayside
messaging system and an interactive voice response system.
Replacement of fifty-six (56) fare boxes, including spares, that have
reached the end of their useful lives. The new electronic fare boxes will      $12,418,572   5/20/2009   $9,894,003




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.           $6,311,700   6/15/2010    $850,744


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.               $7,202,661   7/17/2009   $5,508,807
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.                  $26,718,250   6/25/2009   $16,453,515
Purchase 2 new hybrid electric 35ft transit buses, 2 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           $4,770,014   4/13/2009    $3,657,997




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.                                                                     $54,110,000    3/3/2010   $34,196,718




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.                                          $99,846,188   7/24/2009   $58,656,566



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.                                     $51,513,648   7/10/2009   $24,292,860




Invest in public transportation through purchase of ultra-light zero
emissions buses                                                                  $2,200,000   3/22/2010           $0




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new low-floor, plug-in hybrid
electric tranist buses for the replacement of conventional diesel buses.         $2,590,000    3/3/2010      $38,864
Invest in transportation infrastructure that will provide long-term
economic benefits by development and implementation of a 3.4 mile
operable light rail line, which will serve as the starter line for a future,
larger 9.3 mile system.                                                        $25,000,000   12/29/2010           $0
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.                         $13,343,514    8/26/2009   $12,867,533




The NHBP Tribe will procure two (2) transit buses to provide transit
services to its Tribal membership.                                               $240,000     6/17/2010           $0




ARRA funds will enable Battle Creek Transit to make facility
improvments, replace vehicles, and upgrade equipment.                            $944,000     8/20/2009     $254,140
LCETS is in the process of revising the ARRA grant and utilizing
remaining funds. this period LCETS has spent per the General Ledger
$2,053.76 in expenditures. LCETS is awaiting the AVL project to be
completed until finalzing grant revision. (Doug Britz 7/11/2011) No
change in report from last quarter.(Doug Britz 4/7/2011). No change in
report from last quarter. (Doug Britz 1/6/2011) No change in report from
last quarter. (Doug Britz - 7/1/2010) I have corected the 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           $631,171     9/24/2009     $545,511




Invests in public transportation by purchasing and installing mini-hybrid
components in existing transit buses. The use of this system is expected
to increase fuel economy by 10 percent, eliminate the use of hydraulic
fluids, and reduce maintenance costs and curb noise. The components
are used to retrofit/refurbish transit buses and will be tested and
evaluated in daily transit services.                                             $531,429      3/3/2010     $488,410




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.                                                $318,889     9/17/2010      $64,440
Invest in public transportation by performing preventive maintenance on
existing buses, purchasing and implementing a facility management
system and asset management system, purchasing new hybrid non-
revenue service support vehicles, rehabilitating bus terminals and an
administrative facility.                                                       $37,550,020    3/3/2010   $18,385,931




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new compression
equipment for fueling of alternative fueled natural gas buses and
accessories.                                                                    $1,383,824   6/25/2009    $1,307,924




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.                                                  $2,290,056    3/3/2010     $810,922



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.                                                                      $524,072     3/3/2010     $190,143




Invest in public transportation by installing intelligent transportation
system software and equipment, performing preventive maintenance,
and purchasing and installing signage and security equipment.                   $7,985,140   2/16/2010    $5,553,941




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.                                     $12,443,615    3/3/2010    $7,001,707




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.                 $430,107    8/26/2009     $299,618
Funds awarded to LakeErie Transit to invest in public transportation by
purchasing support vehicles to replace four age-eligible service vehicles
with three hybrid SUVs and one heavy duty service truck. Funds will
also be used to renovate an administration/maintenance facility that will
consist of interior additions and an upgrade to the electrical system at
Lake Erie Transit.                                                             $903,695    8/20/2009     $863,546




Transportation equipment and support                                          $2,043,050   8/20/2009     $733,349




Bus capital maintenance equipment (spare bus parts);acquire 3 support
vehicles; facility renovation and expansion; acquire 70 bus passenger
shelters; acquire Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)                     $3,155,510   8/20/2009     $974,425




Invest in public transportation by purchasing fixed-route alternative-fuel
buses, intelligent transportation systems technology, transit
enhancement, fixed-route fareboxes, real-time arrival information
system, computers and communication tools for terminal staff,
preventive maintenance, support equipment, paratransit vehicles, facility
renovation, replace service vehicles and operating funding.                  $20,530,726   8/20/2009   $10,739,030




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.                          $7,133,486   7/10/2009    $4,783,630
Invest in public transportation by renovating concrete driveways and
parking areas around the main administrative/maintenance facility and
central bus station. Upgrade accounting software to allow Finance data-
sharing between departments. Install cameras at 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. Purchase communications equipment which includes
base units, radios, handhelds, communication tower lease and
installation of GPS which will enable better communications with              $1,279,109   6/25/2009    $1,279,109
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
effective maintenance of federal funded equipment. The project will
support the provision of public transportation services, additional bus
storage that will allow all buses to be housed indoors. An expanded and
improved maintenance area will allow for efficient and effective
maintenance of federal funded equipment. The project will support the
provision of public transportation services.                                 $10,603,305    8/3/2009   $10,543,797
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.                                         $1,100,000   3/12/2010    $1,037,772



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.                                        $2,550,000   7/10/2009    $2,524,121




Invest in public transportation 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.                                                                          $255,000    7/10/2009     $255,000




Invest in public transporation by constructing a new transit facility to be
located at 710 Railroad Street in Bemidji, MN.                                   $1,020,000   8/20/2009    $1,019,900




The overall purpose for our grant is to significantly improve the transit
service for our area and introduce operating economies into our
operations. By moving to deviated fixed routes on a specific schedule,
we believe we can cut down our mileage requirements by approximately
35%.                                                                              $594,268    6/30/2010     $329,517
This award invests in the public transit infrastructure through the
acquisition of replacement buses. The award assists Metropolitan
Council in its goal to provide environmentally friendly service with clean
vehicles and service for those who rely on transit. This award will
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-          $49,524,702   7/10/2009   $49,524,702




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a new bus, on-board
camera and fare collection systems.                                               $159,770    5/21/2009      $26,146
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.                                           $510,000     3/3/2010     $76,262



Invest in public transportation by purchasing one replacement 35-foot
bus, one expansion <30-foot bus, one expansion van, one replacement
van, fare collection system, support vehicle (shop truck), automatic
vehicle location system for fixed route buses, shop equipment, snow
removal equipment, automatic bus announcement system and rear/front
destinationsigns for fixed route buses, rehabilitation of shelter concrete
pathways and accessibility and additional new passenger shelters.              $1,158,840   7/31/2009    $952,183



Invest in public transportation by purchasing 50 new buses for non-urban
public transit providers and seven (7) new buses for the provision of
public subsidized inter-city transportation services. The award was
amended in March, 2010 to purchase an additional 22 small vehicles for
the Metropolitan Council for rural transit service in the Twin Cities Seven-
County Region. Two (2) Additional buses were awarded in 1st Qtr 2011
to utilize unprogrammed costs savings.                                         $8,795,588   7/10/2009   $8,404,522




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.                                      $1,525,004   8/20/2009   $1,280,135




Invest in public transportation by purchasing hardware and Software for
Arrowhead Transit and Meeker County Public Transit in Greater
Minnesota.                                                                      $600,000     3/3/2010          $0




rebuild the city of rochester's downtown bus stop and purchase of a 40'
transit bus                                                                    $1,723,000   8/20/2009   $1,550,291




Construction of a transit bus garage and maintenance center                    $1,741,613   8/20/2009   $1,741,613
Invest in public transportation by purchasing vans and vehicles.                  200000    7/15/2010            0




Security fencing, parking lot and lighting for new shop                         $192,000    6/29/2010           $0
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                         $991,811    8/20/2009     $480,463
These funds represent the Jackson, MS Section 5307 Urbanized Area
Formula ARRA funds that will be used to complete the construction of
the JATRAN Administrative and Maintenance Facility in Jackson,
Mississippi. The facility is intended to provide an atmosphere that is not
only architecturally pleasing but also able to serve the functions of the
City's public transit system, JATRAN. This new technologically 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                  $3,461,148   8/21/2009           $0
Section 5311 Nonurbanized Area Economic Recovery grant award.
Funds will be used to invest in public transportation by expending
Recovery Act funds at 100% for capital purchases including: expansion
and replacement vans, buses and support vehicles; Construction of new
and renovation of existing facilities ( e.g.maintenance and
administration) ; Bus support equipment/enhancements (e.g. passenger
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   $17,252,566   8/26/2009   $10,648,925




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 Maintenance expenses, and
to purchase/install pre-fabricated passenger waiting shelters.                 $3,300,026   8/20/2009    $1,482,958




Invest in Public Transportation. The projects will involve replacing
obsolete ITS equipment, deploying new ITS technoloty, safety projects,
T.E. and facility maintenance.                                                 $1,385,625   7/21/2009    $1,036,482
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, upgrade
infrastructure and passenger amenities at commuter lot and operating
assistance for transit service.                                                 $1,092,881    3/3/2010     $816,908




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.                                               $20,698,281   3/16/2009   $17,199,143




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.         $1,070,225   8/20/2009     $893,037
invest in public transportation MARC will (a) lead program coordination
activities between all elements of the Kansas City Regional TIGER Grant
Award, (b) develop a Kansas City Regional TIGER Project website
which will be used to communicate detailed project information,
schedule, and progress reporting to residents, potential contractors and
the general public regarding the Green Impact Zone, Missouri 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             $600,000    5/17/2010     $155,040


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 requirments at ATA's main operating
facility; upgrade and improve ATA's bus stops and bus pull outs along a
major transit corridor to betters erve the public with sare, accessible bus
stops, and improved traffic flow; performing preventive maintenance
activites and operating assistance.                                            $18,290,424    3/3/2010   $12,477,191
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            $41,661,121   7/19/2009    $8,302,187
The KCATA's TIGER grant will fund investments in the Green Impact
Zone, a 150-square block area in the Kansas City, MO urban core
identified as a national model for targeting resources to reverse decades
of decline and abondonment 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         $38,686,000   9/15/2010     $711,236
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 and final
engineering and 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.         $2,878,526   1/28/2010   $1,345,550
ARRA Programmatic Task Order. Jacobs will provide contract and
program support, project management review services and technical
review services to the Federal Transit Administration for its ARRA-
funded projects. This includes up to 72 ARRA Project Implementation
Reviews in accordance with Oversite Procedure No. 61. Work Orders
issued to date: Work Order 1 - PARTA, Work Order 2 - City and County
of Honolulu, Work Order 3 - ITP. Jacobs will provide contract and
program support, project management review services and technical
review services to the Federal Transit Administration for its ARRA-
funded projects. This includes up to 72 ARRA Project Implementation              909941    12/6/2010      155528




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.              $1,884,898   6/22/2009   $1,614,439




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.                                                          $11,279,390   8/13/2009   $9,835,216




ARRA Construction of a Transit facility.                                         340000    6/29/2010           0




Build Bus barn,and storage, Build 8 bus stops, bus wash improvements,
upgrade transt facility, add signage to bus stops,                               358471    6/23/2010      316822




TO INVEST IN PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION BY CONSTRUCTION.
Maintenance Facility                                                             235030    5/27/2010           0
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.                        $9,811,054   7/19/2009    $1,880,433




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, bike racks,
security cameras, new hybrid-electric handivans, rehabilitating bus
shelters, replacing the ADA elevator in the Admin building, replacing the
Bus Wash equipment, purchasing Hybrid Maintenance tools, performing
ADA Paratransit Service, performing preventative maintenance, and
enhancing Automated Vehicle Locator technology.                                 $3,798,058   7/31/2009    $3,519,331
Invest in public transportation. These funds fully funded the replacement
of (14) 1995 and (10) 1996 diesel fixed route urban public transit buses
that met their useful life in 2007 and 2008. These buses will be replaced
with (12) 40-foot and (12) 35-foot Gillig Low Floor buses equipped with
EPA 2010 compliant diesel engines. The buses were procured in
accordance with FTA Third Party Contracting Guidance as provided for
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               $9,879,481   5/21/2009    $9,879,481




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 42 new buses to replace
those that have exceeded their useful life, constructing a transit fueling
and storage facility, constructing 22 bus shelters to protect the transit
passengers, constructing a fiber optic communication systems for a
transit system, purchasing fareboxes and automatic vehicle locators for
the buses and providing operating funds to run transit services.                $7,350,247   7/22/2009    $4,907,514




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.                                         $1,092,274   7/14/2009    $1,070,814
ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 vans, 3 cars This project will invest in public
transportation by providing for the Reno-Sparks Indian Colony to
purchase nine new vehicles to expand and enhance its overall tribal
transit system, which includes a fixed route transit system and a demand
responsive transit system for tribal members with specific transportation
needs. Vehicles to be purchased with this grant include the following: ?
2 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              $328,668    6/28/2010           $0
Recovery Act funds are being used to invest in public transportation by
developing a new transportation center to serve downtown Las Vegas,
by constructing a transit center and park & ride facility to serve the US-
95 corridor, and by developing bus rapid transit in the Boulder Highway
corridor. All three facilities are partly funded by ARRA, partly by other
FTA grants, and partly by local sales tax revenues. The new intermodal
transportation center in downtown Las Vegas, which has been formally
named the Bonneville Transit Center, will replace a functionally obsolete
facility and serves as a hub for bus and Bus Rapid Transit services
operated by the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern                 $33,661,651   6/10/2009   $33,661,651
Recovery Act funds will be used to invest in public transportation through
the development of the Sahara Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system.
This project consists of preliminary engineering, final design and
construction of a new BRT system along a 12-mile segment of Sahara
Avenue from Hualapai Way to Boulder Highway. The design portion of
the project is being funded by local funds, while the construction portion
has been funded by the Transportation Investment Generating Economic
Recovery (TIGER) program 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           $34,400,000   9/23/2010   $17,836,807




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new trolley busses,
rehabilitating busses, performing preventive maintenance on existing
busses, and the rehab/renovation of the innercity bus terminal. Acquired
support vehicles. Purchased software upgrades. Created new website.            $1,417,282   6/16/2009    $1,237,139




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.                           $1,814,000   6/10/2009    $1,814,000




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 4 MCI commuter coaches:
two for expansion of service and two for replacement of vehicles that
have meet their useful life standards.                                         $2,040,000   7/24/2009    $1,994,824




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.                         $3,322,782   5/12/2009    $2,872,755



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.                                                                      $434,975    6/25/2009     $397,395




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.                                                                        $500,282    7/24/2009     $500,282
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)                                        $3,960,983   6/11/2009     $3,101,297




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.                                                                  $4,838,468   8/21/2009     $3,419,114




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.                                                          $250,000    3/15/2010       $48,439




To provide training for transit systems through the delivery of 34 Project
Management for Transit Professionals and 6 Management of Transit
Construction Projects sessions.                                                  $900,000     8/6/2009      $357,004
NJ TRANSIT is investing in public transportation by advancing the
following projects: 1) HBLR Danforth Interlocking Construction: The
Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Danforth Interlocking project involves the
construction of additional track, switches, catenary and signals along the
Bayonne Branch of NJ TRANSIT's Hudson-Bergen Light Rail System in
Jersey City and Bayonne. The work will allow NJ TRANSIT to provide
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             $66,600,791   7/31/2009    $65,521,748
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       $351,107,020   8/18/2009   $262,193,668




ARRA: FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT PROGRAM                                       242711    2/25/2011             0
ARRA:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT PROGRAM                                   1200000      4/5/2011          0
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is working to ensure that bus
procurement projects are efficiently completed within budget, on time
and in a quality manner. Ensuring this high level of procurement
involves the sharing of transit management policies, procedures,
resources, and best practices with transit agencies. By providing
increased procurement training FTA can ensure that the grantee
personnel skills are able to meet the increased workload created by the
$8.4 billion for transit capital improvements provided by American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act, 2009. The increased training will be
provided in areas of Bus Procurement through instructors from the              800000     2/17/2011   133333.34




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.                                           $200,000     6/14/2010         $0




The City of Farmington will invest in public transportation through the
purchase of four, 23 -passenger, trolley-buses to replace our aging,
small buses. These vehicles will increase our available passenger seats
and double the wheelchair capability of our existing transit fleet.          $790,312     7/10/2009    $790,312




The City of Santa Fe will invest in public transportation by purchasing
replacement buses, mobile security equipment and passenger shelters.        $1,370,372     8/4/2009    $572,500




Las Cruces, New Mexico, will invest in public transportation by providing
upgrades and maintenance to our bus fleet, a security camera system,
some bus stop improvements, a mobile data computer and a restroom
facility.                                                                   $1,713,911    7/31/2009    $292,836




Ohkay Owingeh will invest in public Transportation vehicles and other
capital assets by June 2011.                                                 $156,000    12/31/2009    $156,000
The New Mexico Department of Transportation will invest the American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds for Rural Transit Capital
Assistance in the amount of $12,255,602 for 28 sub-grantees in 23
counties (Colfax, Valencia, Eddy, Curry, Rio Arriba, Union, Grant,
Chavez, Lea, San Miguel, Los Alamos, Roosevelt, Taos, Socorro,
Sierra, Sandoval, Torrance, Cibola, Mora, McKinley, Otero, Santa Fe,
and 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            $12,255,602   6/25/2009   $12,205,116
The City of Albuquerque will invest in public transportation by purchasing
fare boxes, installing ticket kiosks, constructing bus shelters and buying
support vehicles. This grant provides funding for these projects that
qualify under 49 USC 5302(a)(1). The funding source for these projects
is the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) of 2009, Public
Law 111-5. As specified in 74 FR 9675, the 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                $11,388,245   7/17/2009    $2,711,111
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           $13,278,398   8/21/2009   $11,815,991
 This project will rehabilitate the North Parking Garage at the Huntington
Long Island Rail Road station, which is anticipated to extend the useful
life of the facility by another fifteen years. The self-park facility is owned
by the Town of Huntington and began beneficial use in June of 1995.
The garage consists of 264,000 square feet of parking on six levels, has
a capacity of 725 cars, and houses a Town security office.           The
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          $1,091,375   9/10/2009    $1,022,153




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.                 $4,514,000   8/21/2009    $4,042,598




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 modernize the current bus fleet using the latest
technology as well as provide the opportunity for expanded service in the
Newburgh Urbanzied Area.                                                          $8,900,000   8/26/2009     $200,000




The purpose of the award is invest in public transportation to purchase
39 replacement vehicles for an aging transit fleet. Also to purchase 30
replacement Passenger Waiting Shelters.                                          $12,299,477   8/21/2009   $12,299,477
Invest in Public Transportation in the following areas: 1. Construction
Project to finish the interior of the Ulster County Transit Center and
install computerized HVAC controls to save energy. The interior finish
work to be done in the Ulster County Transit Center, including interior
finishes, 2 bathrooms, office space, training space and storage space.
An automated HVAC control system will be installed to reduce the
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          $2,535,006   8/21/2009   $2,219,622




The ARRA funds are invested in transportation, specifically for
necessary preventive maintenance and bus Replacement as described
in the Project Descriptions below.                                             $1,535,510   8/27/2009    $944,147
The City of Poughkeepsie will be utilizing 100% Federal ARRA funding
for the purchase of two (2) hybrid-electric buses that will replace diesel
buses(TIP PIN 8TRD65), replace one (1) service vehicle (TIP PIN
8TRD44) and replace one (1) support vehicle (TIP PIN 8TRD41). The
grant will also allow for the completion of the electronic farebox
conversion and reporting equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD74)needed to bring
the 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           $1,970,278   8/21/2009    $114,728
This award includes the purchase of a bus wash to replace the old bus
wash that is no longer functional, and replacement parts are obsolete.
Bus mechanics will now have more time to perform their maintanence
duties. The entrance gates at the bus garage and the maintanence
facility will be replaced with an Electronic Security Gate/Fence. The gate
will be accessed from inside each vehicle. This will eliminate the need
for bus drivers to exit their vehicles upon arrival at the Garage during off
duty shifts. Two 35 foot low floor 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       $857,400    9/24/2009    $368,299
Orange County will use these funds as operating assistance to help
support the bus operations in the Newburgh Urbanized Area.The County
will use this grant to support the bus operators in the Newburgh
Urbanized Area. This investment will contribute to preserving and
maintaining jobs and promoting economic recovery in the Newburgh
Urbanized Area. Purpose and rationale of funds received for
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         $1,686,778    3/3/2010   $1,509,513




Preventive Maintenance and Bus Replacement                                      $460,000    8/27/2009     $71,781
The City of Poughkeepsie will be utilizing 100% Federal ARRA funding in
the amount of $1,400,154 for the purchase of electronic fareboxes and
reporting equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD74), Intelligent Transportation
System (ITS) software and equipment (TIP PIN 8TRD45)as required by
FTA guidelines, hybrid batteries to replace existing batteries as
needed(TIP PIN 8TRD64), Preventive Maintenance (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       $1,400,154    3/3/2010    $473,647
Capital Improvements under 2009 American Recovery and
Reinvestment Act. Improvement of Transit Facilities and Bus Stops,             $1,242,494    7/16/2009    $1,040,628


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.                       $3,367,685    8/26/2009    $1,173,384




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.             $2,000,000    3/15/2010    $1,519,426




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.                                           $23,215,240     3/3/2010   $12,426,206




Invest in public transportation with the procurement of 32 replacement
compressed natural gas (CNG) buses for MTA Long Island Bus.                   $14,551,669   12/18/2009   $14,140,365




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 storage and dispensing system.                                          $15,796,418     3/3/2010   $14,271,132



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.                                                   $24,430,788    8/21/2009   $24,375,122
NYCDOT operates the Staten Island Ferry (SIF) system that operates
between St. George Ferry Terminal in Staten Island and Whitehall Ferry
Terminal in Manhattan, New York. It is the largest ferry system
nationwide carrying 70,000 on weekdays or approximately 21 million
passengers annually. It is the principal means of transportation for
Staten Island residents traveling to Manhattan's central business 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         $46,747,237    8/21/2009    $35,262,744
The grant funds for the St. George Staten Island Ferry Terminal Bus
Ramps project will invest in public transportation by rehabilitating eight
vehicular bridges, one pedestrian bridge, and one parking field. The
bridges provide access to ferry commuters accessing the Staten Island
Ferry St. George Terminal located on Staten Island in New York City.
The bridges to be rehabilitated support pedestrian traffic, MTA New York
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            $175,000,000    8/21/2009    $67,111,366
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.                        $254,407,861    8/13/2009   $137,082,222
Invest in public transportation with projects for NYCT $269.2M, LIRR
$102.8M & MNR $25.8M. Long Island Rail Road: Atlantic Avenue
Viaduct - Phase IIa, Babylon Car Wash; Metro-North Railroad:
Poughkeepsie Station Bldg - Windows & Doors, Grand Central Terminal
Facilities Project; New York City Transit: Gap Fillers Union Square:
Phase 3 , Systemwide Rehab Yard Fencing 5 Locations, 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,          $397,744,188     3/3/2010   $259,045,144
Invest in public transportation to support the completion of the Fulton
Street Transit Center (FSTC). Located at Broadway and Fulton Street in
Lower Manhattan, this project will improve access and connectivity
among ten subway lines (A,C,E,J,Z,R,2,3,4,5), create modern retail
spaces, provide improved passenger amenities which include additional
entrances and elevators, and make the 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          $423,325,165    8/21/2009   $179,709,078




Arra Workshop and Oversight                                                        190537     8/13/2009        158282




Programmatic Task Order                                                            450000    12/14/2010         74000
The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS), a department of the City of
Charlotte, North Carolina, provides fixed route and demand response
transit service to the City of Charlotte, Mecklenburg County, and the
surrounding areas, as well as York County in South Carolina. Fixed
route service is provided through the Bus Operations Division (BOD) and
the demand response service is provided through the 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        $3,000,000   9/28/2009          $0
Invest in public transportation by constructing and purchasing the
following: ROLLING STOCK - CFPTA will purchase (2) 35` HHD hybrid
low floor replacement buses with a useful life of 12 years. The vehicles
being replaced are 1999 Thomas TL960 buses which will have exceed
their useful 10 year life upon delivery of the replacement vehicles. The
replacement buses will be hybrid electric with current EPA emissions
and 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              $2,624,582   7/10/2009   $2,321,993




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 5 diesel-electric hybrid
replacement buses, providing security training for the transit staff, and
providing route enhancements.                                                   $3,129,010    3/3/2010   $2,959,662




Invest in public transportation 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 offset the cost of maintaining the bus fleet.              $2,714,867   7/10/2009   $2,677,341




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.                              $2,773,709   7/10/2009   $2,453,830




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean diesel buses.           $2,083,715   8/20/2009          $0




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 shelters.                                                  $991,722     7/1/2009    $626,643
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.                                               $3,810,207   7/28/2009   $3,796,351



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 will comply with the
requirements of satisfactory continuing control through the life of the
vehicles.                                                                       $183,000     8/9/2010    $180,583
2009 Transit Capital Assistance Grants - This grant applies the 2009
ARRA Formula allocation of $700,000 an AVL/GPS system for complete
tracking of 12 buses. This includes hardware, software, and training for a
total of $700,000. This grant applies the 2009 ARRA Formula allocation
of $320,000 for Automated electronic fareboxes for 10 Gillig buses, 2
LTV and 1 spare. This includes additional vaults and
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              $1,265,000   7/10/2009   $1,115,290
This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit Capital Assistance
Grants- Urbanized Area Funding Program This grant applies the 2009
ARRA Formula allocation of $(550,000) to bus replacement. We will
purchase approximately (FIVE, 34-FT Replacement Buses) that have an
expected useful life of (150,000 miles or FIVE) years. The vehicles being
replaced have met their useful life of (100,000 miles). A Federal 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.          $1,527,492   8/20/2009    $573,670
ARRA funds 2 Buses and Equipment 2009 Transit Capital Assistance
Grants- Urbanized Area Funding Program. The grant is for bus
expansion and the purchase and installation of and oil/water separator
for bus facility to keep petroleum, oils, and lubricants out of the
stormwater system and reduce pollutants escaping into the environment,
purchase and installation of 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              $1,577,464    7/1/2009   $1,426,576




City of Asheville is purchasing 5 clean diesel buses and 10 shelters.
Henderson County is purchasing two LTV and 1 Van.                              $2,590,439   7/10/2009          $0
Invest in public transportation by applying a portion of the 2009 ARRA
Formula allocation of $2,081,079 to bus purchases. Subrecipients will
purchase 5 20 foot light transit vehicles, and one (1) 25 foot light transit
vehicle that have an expected useful life of 7 years. A Federal ratio of
100/0 will apply. These buses will meet the Clear Air Act standards
(CAA) and the American with Disabilities Act (ADA) requirements. In
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        $1,021,079   7/31/2009    $643,511
ARRA 2 Buses,Security Equipment,Signs & Preventive Maintenance.(1)
Bus for expansion and (1) for replacement.                                     $974,922     7/10/2009     $836,915


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 of hybrid support vechiles.                                          $2,532,222    7/10/2009    $1,792,578




Invest in public transportation to purchase expansion vehicles and
construct 2 park and ride facilities                                          $2,552,823     3/3/2010    $2,157,276
This grant will invest in public transportation by purchasing 141
replacement and 31 expansion vehicles; constructing transit
maintenance and administration facilities; purchasing bus shelters;
maintenance shop equipment; and technology enhancements for rural
transit systems; assisting with preventive maintenance for vehicles and
transit facilities; and implementing strategies that result in 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              $33,055,504    8/26/2009   $12,163,977




Construction of a transpotation facility that will enhance many aspects of
our community, this facality will help provide acess road, an office
building, classroom training area.                                            $2,000,000   12/23/2009     $231,174


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.             $4,257,465    7/20/2009    $4,012,640
The North Davidson Street Facility was constructed in 1980 and 1981
and includes a two-story (plus basement) administration/operations
building (14,268 square feet), a three-level (including mezzanine)
maintenance building (62,116 square feet), and a fuel and wash facility
(11,488 square feet). The bus facility was designed to service a fleet of
up to 200 buses. At present, CATS 2030 Plan anticipates a fleet of 463
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           $20,766,306    7/10/2009   $15,715,940
Invest in public transportation by supporting a portion of the construction
activities (30.2%) for a new Transit Maintenance and Operations Facility
and Administrative Offices for the Greensboro Transit Authority. This
'LEED Gold Designed' facility is being built to address current and future
service delivery needs for maintenance and operations of GTA transit
vehicles and administrative functions. Phase 1 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                       $5,455,967   7/31/2009   $5,152,448




FTA Grant use for equipment purchases to enhance current tribal transit
program                                                                          $311,000     6/2/2010    $269,497




Sitting Bull College has been awarded an ARRA grant in the amount of
$500,000 to invest in public transit on the Standing Rock Indian
Reservation which straddles north central South Dakota and south
central North Dakota. The ARRA project includes expansion of the
Standing Rock Public Transit bus garage and parking lot and one (1)
new 24+2 passenger bus.                                                          $500,000     5/4/2010    $245,493
To invest in public transportation. These funds will finance six transit
storage facilities to be located in Minot, Valley City, Dickinson, Williston,
Watford City, and Rolla. Buses are currently stored outdoors. Indoor
storage will protect electronic components from extreme weather and
extend useful-lives of vehicles which will provide long-term economic
benefits. Projects were bid in compliance with FTA regulations.
Construction is on schedule for 3 of the buildings and behind schedule
due to flooding and wet conditions on the other 3 buildings. Purchase
two new over-the-road coaches to expand fleet. Coaches will be used in
North Dakota's Intercity system. These buses were procured in                   $5,956,263   8/13/2009   $2,490,592




Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public transportation by renovating
bus maintenance facility and to create jobs                                       $52,510     9/1/2009     $52,510




Transit Capitol Assistance: Invest in public transportation by renovating
bus maintenance facility and to create jobs                                     $1,061,782    9/1/2009    $289,071




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
adminsitration and operating funding.                                             5145273    7/10/2009     5126284
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.                                 $3,423,200    8/3/2009   $1,502,275
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                $589,532    7/10/2009    $339,922




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.                                                                     $260,000    8/20/2009          $0




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-wide radio system.                         $3,629,943   7/10/2009   $3,166,000




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.             $394,392    8/20/2009    $124,392
This grant will promote economic recovery, as well, as invest in
transportation that will provide long term economic benefits by providing
funds to the City of Brunswick for: purchase replacement of three (3)
new, fuel efficient, 16-passenger vehicles, equipped with 2 wheelchair
positions; rehab/rebuild spare parts; purchase of a tire changer;
preventive maintenance and program administration/operating
assistance. 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      $2,150,816    3/3/2010   $1,952,994
This grant invests in public transit by purchasing 104 buses, 2 vehicle
security systems, several bus passenger shelters, and shop equipment
for 18 rural transit systems; renovate 6 administrative/maintenance
facilities and provide funding to 11 rural transit systems to purchase
scheduling/dispatching software. The 34 sub-recipients will also receive
ARRA funds for preventive 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            $9,901,034   6/25/2009   $8,406,174
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.                                                                           $1,298,212   7/10/2009   $1,270,380




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.                                          $675,713    6/19/2009    $522,581
This project: purchases and installs electronic destination signage for 20
buses; enhances a GPS?MDT project; 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 dealign 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
pholne call center; provides security cameras in the money counting
room; provides various pieces of shop equipment, including a barke
lathe, transmission flush machine, waste oil burner, and diagnostic              $1,664,997    8/3/2009    $221,960
The ARRA funds of $1,198,957 will be used for the following projects:
Tear down the old Admin building, HVAC control unit for the Admin
building, one cut-a-way van, Preventative Maintenance, ADA and
rehab/renovate the maintenance facility. 1. Demolition of old admin
building. This building has not been used since 2004, when the new
admin building was completed. This is a safety and cost effective issue.
Siding has blown into the street on windy days. Costs for these kind of
repairs can be very costly. This project has been completed. The total
expense for this project was $95,579, with 333.50 hours of employment
used. 2. HVAC - This will save the ACRTAon electric and heat                     $1,198,957   3/12/2010   $1,044,764




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.                                                $559,059    8/20/2009    $559,059
The Kent Central Gateway (KCG) will be a transit center that will improve
the connections between city neighborhoods, Kent State University?s
campus and the downtown; to enhance bicycle and pedestrian linkages;
to support economic development; and to create opportunities for new
community amenities. It will solve several transit-related problems:
providing an efficient park-and-ride for express routes to Cleveland 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            $20,000,000   7/13/2010   $2,775,775
To invest in public transportation which will include the following projects:
Approximately half of these funds 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            $1,411,706   6/26/2009   $1,411,706
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.             $7,316,000   7/17/2009    $2,087,413



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.                               $11,182,724   7/10/2009   $10,324,976




The grant award totals $1,671,558 for the purchase of 2 ADA Vehicles,
A Vehicle Maintenance Lift, Bus Wash System improvements, New Roof
and improvements on 2 existing facilities, Preventative Maintenance and
ADA Service activities. Also Operating assistance and bus shelter
acquisition and installaton                                                       $1,671,558    3/3/2010    $1,277,317
Invest in public transportation by: replacing light-duty (paratransit)
vehicles; rehabilitating heavy rail cars; rehabilitating rail station;
constructing a new east side transit center; procuring design services for
the rehabilitation of another rail station and for transit enhancements
along a major west side bus corridor; upgrading rail crossings and
capitalized maintenance. In March 2010, this grant was amended to
include: 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            $32,765,975    8/3/2009   $29,324,338




Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new buses, rehabilitating a
bus administration/maintenance facility, rehabilitate the Market Square
Bus Center, and provide support for preventive maintenance for our
vehicles and facilities. The City of Springfield will also use the ARRA
funds for Operating Assistance.                                                   $1,619,240   7/10/2009    $1,615,725



This grant invests in public transit by providing funds to construct new
transit facilities and rehabilitating existing facilities/structures and the
construction of an E85 Fueling station. The facilities will include
administrative office space, space for drivers when changing shifts, a
scheduling/dispatching area, training room, and vehicle maintenance
facility. There will be parking area expansions and repair projects as
well.                                                                             $9,197,000    3/3/2010    $1,327,140


Invest in public transportation by purchasing new hybrid buses,
performing preventative maintenance on existing buses, installing
intelligent transportations systems technology on vehicles and a bus fluid
management system that will provide data on engine performance,
potential problems and improve preventive maintenance and provide
better customer service. Bus shelters, signage, landscaping, benches
and trash receptacles will be purchased and installed throughout the City
to provide equipment to enhance the passenger Transit experience.                $17,540,253   8/21/2009   $13,859,078
The award is for Transit Capital Assistance to account for the capital
cost of contracting under FTA Section 5307 Urbanized Areas Formula
Program. The funds provide for 50% of the total project cost for
providing public transportation service operated by the City Of Niles,
Ohio's Niles-Trumbull Transit System (NITTS) to clients of the Trumbull
County Educational Services Center (TCESC), ages 16-22, to access
jobs and job 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               $514,420    7/10/2009     $514,420
AMENDMENT ONE: This amendment in the amount of $926,578
together with the original grant award of $15,287,347 equals the full
allocation of $16,214,025 in FY2009 ARRA funds for the Central Ohio
Transit Authority (COTA) in Columbus, Ohio. The remainder of these
funds will be utilized for continuing construction of the COTA
Paratransit/Small-Bus Facility. All environmental work for this project
has 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                   $16,214,025    3/3/2010   $12,997,706
A comprehensive conservation analysis conducted for the GCRTA
reported more than 60% of facility-related energy usage and cost
occurred in 8 operating facilities among the 182 surveyed. Based on
these results, the GCRTA is pursuing a conservation project that will
consist of a number of energy procurements and retrofit activities that
will yield a significant cost savings through the replacement of 6,417
lighting 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               $2,257,000   3/11/2010    $1,636,254
Invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, performing
preventative maintenance on existing 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         $8,500,200   5/20/2009    $8,499,513
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                 $4,015,535   7/17/2009    $3,951,696




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    4/16/2010       470231




The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will invest in public
transportation by replacing the nonurbanized and rural transit provider's
aging fleet with efficient and reliable vehicles. A total of 248 vehicles will
be purchased. The purchase includes 243 replacement buses of which
13 will be configured with Compressed Natural Gas. Also, 5 over-the-
road buses will be purchased.                                                    $16,923,315   7/17/2009   $16,904,299
The Miami Tribe of Oklahoma will invest in public transportation by
purchasing three handicap accessible mini-vans, one clean, natural gas
11-passenger handicap accessible shuttle bus and two handicap
accessible 14-passenger buses to accomadate the tribal transit needs
for the Nine Tribes of Northeast Oklahoma and Pelivan Transit
Consortium's service territory. We will also remodel a storefront office
owned by the tribe in the downtown area of Miami, Oklahoma 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                 $473,277    6/25/2010    $400,112
The city of Lawton will invest in public transportation by investing in
several capital projects. The largest project in the award is the purchase
of rolling stock in the amount of $1,228,800. The purpose of this
particular project is to replace some aging vehicles in the existing fleet
and to expand the fleet for improved service. Additionally, the award
includes a support equipment and facilities line item of $255,000. This
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 the Lawton               $1,466,299   5/12/2009   $1,309,620
The purpose of this grant is to invest in public transportation in the
Oklahoma City area. This is being accomplished by purchasing low-
floor replacement buses and new vans for service expansion. COTPA is
renovating the administrative offices housed in historical Union Station.
Phase I of a maintenance facility to aid in housing three boats purchased
for scheduled river transportation service 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            $10,021,473   7/24/2009   $3,038,109




The Seminole Nation of Oklahoma is investing in public transportation by
converting our old buses to run on Clean Natural Gas and for Seminole
Nation Public Transit more environmetally efficient.                              $330,169     6/2/2010     $37,714
'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 our
non-fixed route ADA paratransit service to a demand-response service
provider. '                                                                      $8,853,448    3/3/2010   $2,446,689
Invest in public transportation for Public Transportation on Indian
Reservations Program (Tribal Transit Program TTP), the Cheyenne and
Arapaho Tribal Transit (CATT) Project will mainly consist of four (4)
deviated fixed routes with a select few demand responsive transports.
Due to the variety of existing on-demand transit providers within the
Tribes' service area that operate Monday-Saturday from 7 a.m. 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           $419,301    4/16/2010    $419,301




Provide transportation to the community for enhanced work opportunity.
Purchase two buses and build 8 bus shelters.                                        235802    6/18/2010           0
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.                                                    $2,899,317   8/20/2009    $2,576,345
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.                                                                    $14,652,289   7/10/2009   $13,518,948


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.                                       $1,053,488   5/20/2009    $1,021,015
Salem Area Mass Transit District is making an investment in public
transportation through the following projects: purchase of three (3) 35-
foot fixed route buses (the Transit District initially applied to purchase
four (4) buses, but the number was decreased to three to allow funding
for operational assistance), the purchase of four replacement buses and
one bus for the expansion of the fleet to serve 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            $5,164,353   6/26/2009    $2,661,659




Invest in public transportation by remodeling the bus maintenance
building to accommodate up to 45 articulated buses, replacing security
cameras, performing preventive maintenance on existing buses and
replacing approximately 1,500 bus stop signs at district bus stops that
will be 20 years old when replaced.                                             $6,467,817   6/25/2009    $6,339,623




This grant will improve Rogue Valley Transportation District's
(RVTD)facilities and purchase equipment and buses.                              $2,429,712   6/19/2009    $1,757,581




Invest in public transportation by paying the incremental cost of hybrid
technology for the purchase of 15 hybrid electric replacement buses.            $3,000,000    3/2/2010     $125,000
This project uses a portion of the federal funds to finalize a bus driver
break area and public rest room building at the new SMART Central at
Wilsonville Station multi-modal facility located adjacent to the WES
Commuter Rail Station in Wilsonville, Oregon. In addition the federal
funds will allow SMART to construct an artistic clock tower, passenger
shelters and pedestrian safety enhancements located at 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       $369,663     8/10/2009     $369,663


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.                                     $11,642,396    8/26/2010   $11,510,452
Invest in public transportation by initiating Street Maintenance
Improvements for Bus Priority; Transit tracker on the Portland Mall;
Storm Piping Repair at the Tigard Transit Center; Construction of a new
Merlo Bus Fuel and Wash Building and Accessible Transportation
Building; installation of a new Information Technology Server Room
Climate Control System at the Center Administration Building; 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                $43,667,897     3/2/2010   $43,592,596
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          $38,400,000     3/3/2010   $22,521,881
Invest in public transportation by initiating Portland's Quadrant - SW
Moody Street & Streetcar Reconstruction project. The project will
construct approximately 3,200 linear feet of SW Moody Avenue from
approximately SW River Parkway to SW Gibbs Street. SW Moody
Avenue will include three traffic lanes, dual streetcar tracks, and
pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The roadway will be elevated allowing
redevelopers of adjacent brown fields to offer 'tuck under parking' without
disturbing capped contaminated areas. The elevated street also
integrates mixed-use developments with street-level transit facilities,
encouraging transit ridersip and reducing auto trips.                         $23,203,988   12/22/2010   $10,457,359




Procurement System Reviews-ARRA                                                   299953      2/4/2011      2742.78




Rolling Stock Procurement Reviews-ARRA                                            300000     2/10/2011      8928.53
Procurement System Reviews-ARRA                                           225538     9/16/2011          0




Disadvantage Business Enterprise Program-ARRA                             250000      4/8/2011          0




This Task Order provides FTA's Office of Program Management (TPM)
in Washington, DC and FTA regional offices with Project Management
Oversight services for ARRA projects. Subject to the issuance of
individual work order, the contractor shall provide project management
oversight services for FTA to the extent that the PMO contractor has no
conflict of interest.                                                     356198    12/13/2010      43373




Project Management Oversight Consultant monitoring of projects funded
with American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grants on a quarterly
basis with reports provided to the Federal Transit Administration.        600000      1/7/2011     118862




ARRA:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT PROGRAM                               242711      3/7/2011   109465.35




ARRA:FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT PROGRAM                               1225000     4/5/2011   122500.42
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Programmatic Task
Order #006. The purpose of this Task Order is to provide FTA with up to
88 Project Implementation Reviews in accordance with FTA OP No. 61.
In addition, Burns will provide ARRA Quarterly Reports and ARRA Data
Call Information. FTA will issue Work Orders (WOs) specifying grantees
and projects to be monitored. FUNDING: Project Number: DC-76-5004;
Accounting Code: 2009.2A.76.X1.1. On February 7, 2011, the Project
Management Oversight Consultant (PMOC)/Burns received Notice to
Proceed with WO #2, the Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT)
M-1 Rail Project. During the 2nd Quarter of 2011, the PMOC recieved       3470000   11/23/2010     786141
The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC) intends to use these
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to invest in
public transportaion by allocating these funds towards the costs
associated with construction activities relating to the North Shore Light
Rail Transit Connector Project. This grant utilizes $18,482,383 in ARRA
Section 5309 Fixed Guideway Modernization apportioned to the
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        $18,482,383   7/24/2009   $18,482,383
Invest in public transportation to renovate and expand the Red Rose
Transit Authority Operations Center Administrative Offices, Maintenance
Garage and Bus Storage Building originally constructed in 1979. The
major project elements include the renovation and expansion of the Bus
Storage building to provide additional bus storage and improved tire and
file storage; the renovation of the Maintenance Building 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      $2,450,000   2/24/2010    $2,441,894




The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will utilize
Transit Investments for Greenhouse Gas and Energy Reduction
(TIGGER) program and Clean Fuels Grant program funds to purchase
hybrid-electric vehicles. The hybrid vehicles will replace standard diesel
and gasoline transit vehicles, which will reduce greenhouse gas
emissions by improving transit vehicle efficiency.                             $5,000,000   7/25/2011           $0
The Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC) intends to use these
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funds to invest in
public transportation by allocating these funds towards the costs
associated with construction activities relating to the North Shore Light
Rail Transit Connector Project. This grant utilizes $43,995,935 in ARRA
Section 5307 Urban Formula funding allocated to PAAC from the
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           $43,995,935   7/24/2009   $43,995,935




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                $616,815    8/20/2009     $448,098




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.               $5,427,821   8/20/2009    $5,373,543




Rehabilitation of the existing Elizabethtown Train Station to include ADA
accessibility, electronic ticketing, climate controlled passenger waiting
facility, replacement platform cannopy, etc. - Keystone Corridor.              $7,970,111   5/21/2009    $6,243,996
This grant has allowed the transit agency to complete construction of
Intermodal Facility. As a result of these investments, the transit agency
will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer, more
reliable, more environmentally friendly, and more accessible for people
with disabilities.                                                              $879,623    8/20/2009    $494,192
Invest in public transportation to renovate and expand the Red Rose
Transit Authority Operations Center Administrative Offices, Maintenance
Garage and Bus Storage Building originally constructed in 1979. The
major project elements include the renovation and expansion of the Bus
Storage building to provide additional bus storage and improved tire
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             $5,144,706   3/25/2009   $4,990,879
The first phase of this project will invest in public transportation by
developing the first transit facility/park & ride lot in the City of
Washington's business district. The City is also the County Seat and is
in need of transit-friendly developments to assist in reaching their goal of
promoting economic development and providing a more livable
community. 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                     $886,099    8/17/2009    $259,396




Rehabilitation and expansion of the parking facilities for the
Elizabethtown Train Station - Keystone Corridor.                               $1,414,728   5/21/2009    $402,881




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 1 hybrid-electric bus, 1
heavy-duty diesel bus and rehabilitating the downtown Transit Center.          $1,289,689   7/10/2009    $895,043




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.                                                                 $1,873,360   8/14/2009    $380,218




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.                                             $3,145,794   9/25/2009   $2,885,331
THESE FUNDS ARE ASSISTING COLTS WITH THE PURCHASE OF
FOUR (4) LOW-FLOOR GILLIG HYBRID BUSES, WHICH WILL
REPLACE 1999 GILLIG PHANTOM 35' LIFT EQUIPPED DIESEL-
POWERED BUSES WITH AN AVERAGE OF 375,000 MILES. THE
SOLICITATION OF THESE VEHICLES WAS ISSUED AND COLTS IS
UNDER A PIGGYBACK AGREEMENT WITH KVWV. COLTS
ANTICIPATES THE DELIVERY OF SAID BUSES IN EARLY 2011, AND
EXPECTS THE TOTAL COST TO BE $2,170,800, WHICH INCLUDES
THE COST OF A SPARE ENGINE/TRANSMISSION. ALSO INCLUDED
IS $130,000 FOR THE INSTALLATION OF SECURING THE                              $2,576,132   8/30/2009     $2,236,042




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.                                                       $4,272,356   6/10/2009     $3,283,095




The grant supports multiple projects and includes the following: 15 Rural
Transit Agencies and 4 Intercity Bus Agencies. Projects include vehicle
purchases; signage improvement; bus shelters; intermodal facilities;
Park & Ride paving lot pavement and restoration; security equipment;
and existing facility rehabilitations.                                       $30,209,184   7/24/2009    $26,282,531
As a recipient of ARRA funds LANTA will invest in public transportation.
1. Purchased and received 20 mini vans with an expected useful service
life of five years or 100,000 miles. The vehicles replaced were
purchased in 2001 or prior, have in excess of 150,000 miles in service
and have met their useful service life of five years or 100,000 miles. 2.
Purchased five heavy duty/hybrid transit buses for system expansion,
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. Purchased         $9,380,820   7/14/2009     $8,937,902




Rail and transit improvements to stations, track, signage, and power
distribution systems.                                                        $65,662,084   5/21/2009    $60,198,365




Purchase up to 40 Hybrid buses; transit and rail improvements to
stations, bridges, track, train control systems, power distribution and
structures.                                                                 $125,229,133   5/21/2009   $113,500,243




Invest in public transportation by renovating and improving the ferry
service terminal building.                                                     $675,314    8/20/2009      $155,014
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.                                              $2,110,579   8/20/2009        $0




Invest in public transportation by replacing damaged security fence for
protection of FTA Vehicle Maintenence and Storage Facility and to make
improvements and repairs to fixed route (trolley) stops                         $264,326    7/28/2009   $231,140




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.                                                                       $725,000    7/28/2009   $513,890


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.               $831,498    8/28/2009   $461,535




To assist in financing the acquisition of (1) one paratransit - 10
passenger cutaway bus including communications security equipment
and (2) less tahn 30ft. busses for 24 passenger capacity including
communications to use in public transportation services.                        $397,500    8/20/2009   $303,900




Federal Transit Capital Investments Grants Purchase of transportation
vehicles and Improvements to the existing transit vehicle maintenance
garage.                                                                         $943,750     3/4/2010   $546,825




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.                                  $150,000     3/4/2010   $131,793
Invest in public transportation by renovating and improving the ferry
system maintenance building.                                                      $625,000     8/20/2009           $0




Investment in public transportation by purchasing 40 replacement hybrid
units, 40-foot length, heavy duty low floor hybrid buses for fixed route
service in the San Juan Metropolitan Area.                                      $22,500,000    8/13/2009   $22,276,722
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         $400,000      3/4/2010           $0



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).                                                                         $187,500     6/19/2009     $175,892




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new maintenance and
security equipment to furnish the transit garage.                                 $300,000     1/20/2010      $15,274




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                                                     $1,100,000   11/12/2009    $1,088,290




Reconstruction of Sidewalks and Construction of ADA Ramps Along the
Trolley Route of the Municipality of San Lorenzo.                                 $375,000     1/25/2010     $301,685
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                                                           $474,949     3/4/2010     $20,745
THIS APPLICATION IS FUNDED AS FOLLOWS: 2009 TRANSIT
CAPITAL ASSISTANCE GRANTS - URBANIZED AREA FUNDING
PROGRAM. THIS GRAN APPLIES THE 2009 ARRA ALLOCATION OF
$185,500.00 FOR ONE BUS EXPANSION. WE WILL PURCHASE ONE
TROLLEY WITH 30' MEDIUM DUTY TRANSIT BUS. IT WILL HAVE A
USEFUL LIFE OF 7 YEARS OR 200,000.00 MILES, IN 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                           $224,100     8/6/2009    $165,076




Invest in public transportation by purchasing three (3) trolleys and six (6)
paratransit vans.                                                                $827,463    8/21/2009          $0




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                           $1,000,000   7/28/2009          $0




Invest in public transportation by purchasing 25 mini-buses and 20 full
size buses, providing for preventive maintenance and operations.               $12,000,000   1/20/2010   $6,348,546
Use of ARRA funds to purchase two minibuses, make deferred
maintenance improvements to Public Transportation Terminal and
administration of grant program. The project includes:
1. Purchase of two cut-away small buses with a five year duty cycle,
ADA access complaint to provide demand response service to areas not
currently served by the Public system under ALI 11.13.04 in the 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.                       $196,850    9/29/2009    $194,771




Invest in public transportation by purchasing two (2) trolleys type
vehicles                                                                         $263,000    8/20/2009          $0
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.                        $325,000     3/4/2010          $0
For bus expansion, signage, and project administration. The project is
for eight 10 year useful life 35 ft., 35 passenger capacity buses at a cost
of $182,000 each and a total of $1,456,000. The project will also provide
for the purchase of 7 year useful life that are less than 30 feet for 18
passenger small buses to expand the transit service to southern wards
of Guaynabo at $95,000 each and a total cost of $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   $2,000,000   3/17/2010   $1,456,000




Purchase of 3 Paratransit and 2 transit vehicles and instalation of 8
passenger shelters for new transit routes.                                      $710,000     3/4/2010        $441




Invest in public transportation by reconstructing a ferry terminal,
purchasing equipment for ferry boats, and performing preventive
maintenance to ferry boats and terminals.                                      $8,595,972   8/20/2009   $4,733,429



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 in three
categories: Fixed Guideway Modernizationformula program; Bus and
Bus Facilities discretionary program; and New Starts Discretionary
Program (new fixed guideway systems and extensions of existing
system).                                                                       $1,144,403   9/25/2009    $510,792




FTA awarded to the Municipality of Cayey a total of $292,500.00 for the
purchase of three vehicles to invest and improve our public
transportation system; as follows; one <30 ft bus and two additional vans
for SVC expansion, paratransit.                                                 $292,500    1/20/2010          $0
This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit Capital Assistance
Grants-Urbanized Area funding Program. This grant applies the 2009
ARRA Formula allocation of $1,388,750.00 (from the Governor's
Apportionment in Puerto Rico) for transit enhancements, vehicle
expansion, and a new small terminal in Barinas Ward. We will purchase
approximately 2 buses (<30 ft), 2 paratransit vans, and 5 passengers
vans aproximately 16-28 foot. A Federal ratio of 100/0 will apply. These
buses will meet the Clean Air Act Standards and the American Disability
Act (ADA) requirements. The fleet status of TEAM has been updated to
reflect this addition. The Municipality of Yauco certifies that we are able    $1,388,750   9/14/2009    $928,217
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.                                               $650,000     3/12/2010     $38,244
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.                                           $1,170,000    9/30/2009    $165,506




To Assist in financing the acquisition, construction, rolling stock and
equipment for use in public transportation service, Maintenance Garage
Facility for preventive maintenance to all vehicles that are used in the
collective transportation system. Preventive Maintenance cost for the
collective transportation system this will include the change of oil and
filter, change of breaks pads and tires replacement.                           $1,208,942    8/20/2009    $898,625
Invest in Public Transportation by Purchasing of Four (4) Trolleys, Four
(4) Paratransit Vans and the Engineering, Design, Acquisition and
Instalation of 20 Passenger Shelters. Naguabo - Paratransit vehicles
were delivered to the municipality by the supplied. Also, the HTA refund
the money at the municipality by the paratransits vans. And, the Trolley
is in the process of bid is between october and november. Ceiba -
Paratransit vehicles and the trolleys are in budget revision. Also,
Engineering, Design, Acquisition and Instalation of 20 Passenger
Shelters are in the process of bid is between october and november.            $1,353,100     3/4/2010    $122,850




Invest in public transportation by installing energy consevation
equipment at Tren Urbano facilities, improving the Ticket Vending
Machine system and installing security equipment.                              $2,000,000    8/20/2009   $1,096,126
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           $205,000    11/17/2009    $202,950




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.                                                          $675,000      3/4/2010    $236,539
This grant will reduce energy use at RIPTA (Rhode Island Public Transit
Authority) by investing in new energy-efficient light fixtures and
photovoltaic technologies. The projects will save energy and reduce
operating expenses at RIPTA's transportation, maintenance and
administrative facilities.                                                         $345,000     3/3/2010     $311,049


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.         $460,000    8/20/2009       $4,598
RIPTA (Rhode Island Public Transit Authority) will use ARRA funds to
invest in public transportation by purchasing twenty (20) hybrid buses;
upgrading twenty-nine (29) diesel buses to hybrid-electric propulsion;
upgrading ten (10) replica trolleys to hybrid-electric propulsion;
purchasing twenty-four (24) engines for installation on the 2004 fleet;
renovating Kennedy Plaza; repairing our Elmwood facility; purchasing
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        $33,036,686   7/10/2009   $28,960,808
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 the I-95 and Route
1/Route4 corridors.                                                               $4,100,000    3/5/2010    $3,752,637




2009 Tribal Transit Funding, to expand the existing transit services of the
Catawba Indian Nation                                                              $240,000    6/30/2010      $81,189




Invest in public trasportation by purchasing three 35' low-floor buses, six
standard bus shelters and signage.                                                $1,208,633   8/20/2009           $0
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing six (6) service vehicles that
will be utilized in support of an on-demand transportation service for
residents of the Rock Hill Urbanized Area. Specifically, this service (also
known as York County Access), provides weekday service Monday
through Friday from 6:00am to 6:00pm; additionally, this service includes
a peak period element which operates during the morning and 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        $410,000     3/4/2010     $376,616
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).                                                                $604,111     3/4/2010     $370,478
Santee Wateree Regional Transportation Authority (SWRTA) is using
the ARRA funds that were awarded to invest in public transportation.
Five (5) 5500 Dura-Max buses were purchased and placed into service;
four (4) were replacing vehicles in the fleet that had high mileage and
were problematic and one (1) for the expansion of transit services.
These vehicles upgraded our current fleet and reduced our overall
maintenance costs. ARRA funds were used for rehabilitating our
Maintenance Facility by upgrading the insulation, replacing garage
doors, installing exhaust, heating and air conditioning systems, painting
and replacing roof panels, which will increase the longivity and viability of    $1,011,217    7/1/2009    $1,006,501




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                            $1,023,603   8/25/2009     $941,803
SC DOT ARRA 5311 Grant. Funds will be used to invest in public
transportation with the purchase of approximately 71 vehicles which
consist of cutaways, 40 ft. buses, 35 ft. buses, and 30 ft. buses. The
vehicles being replaced have all met their useful life. Vehicles have
been purchased under the SCDOT State Contract. This grant also
include $1,846,727 for the DOT to purchase computer hardware,
software 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       $16,617,727   7/30/2009   $11,453,817




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.               $984,622     3/4/2010     $536,450




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.                   $955,525    7/31/2009     $384,559




2009 TRansit Capital Assistance Grant - Urbanized Area Funding
Formula Funding Program                                                          $1,023,603   7/24/2009     $267,337
Funds are for the purchase of 9 buses, construction of bus shelters with
passenger information systems, and the rennovation of the Leeds
Avenue Maintenance Facility. As a result of these investments, CARTA
will be able to offer public transportation service that is safer and more
reliable.                                                                       $6,478,887    6/10/2009   $6,378,887




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.                             $2,989,341    7/10/2009   $2,952,380




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.                                                            $1,820,168    1/26/2010    $711,589
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. The CMRTA              $5,346,374    7/28/2009   $4,734,795




Invest in public transportation by purchasing a tow truck capable of
handling 18 & 22 passenger buses and constructing bus shelters                   $350,000    12/18/2009          $0


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.                                                                        $2,609,162    6/24/2009   $2,559,381




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.                                $7,372,825    3/31/2009          $1
Invest in Public Transportation by Funding Replacement Vehicles for
Transit Fleet.                                                                   $365,954    8/30/2010     $365,953



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.                                                        $17,772,565   6/10/2009   $17,292,722



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.                                                              $1,960,794   6/22/2009    $1,960,794




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.                                                        $310,000    7/10/2009     $310,000



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 will be utilized for expansion of paratransit fleet.      $1,291,347   7/10/2009     $733,340




This grant is for the renovation of the Depot , the purchase of three
buses for the fixed route, the purchase and installation of radios and
Route match soft ware, which is a scheduling software for the fixed route
buses and purchase bus shelters.                                                 $855,317    7/31/2009     $414,696
This grant will be used solely for the purchase of 4 vehicles (two gas and
2 hybrids). The vehicles will be given (leased) to ETHRA for maintaing
and operating. The vehicles are to be purchased from national Bus
Sales. The vehicles had been purchased, but have not been delivered as
of 10/12/10. It is anticipated the vehicles will be delivered by November
1, 2010. The number of jobs created will, based on a letter from ARBOC,
states ARBOC Mobility, LLC estimates it takes about 380 man hours to
build a bus.Even though no single bus order created any new jobs,
however when combined with other orders it allowed ARBOC Mobility,
LLC to add 15 new jobs and maintain the other 39 jobs. The vehicles              $797,289    7/28/2009     $555,680
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.                       $5,811,349   8/20/2009   $5,664,864




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 dispatching.                           $1,472,011   6/10/2009   $1,174,626
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             $9,510,151    3/3/2010   $7,861,119




Invest in public transportation to increase system ridership through
purchase of additional vehicles and increase operational efficiency
through purchase of Intelligent Transportation System equipment.             $2,185,769   7/31/2009   $1,707,711




Knox County CAC Transit invested in public transportation by purchasing
Intelligent Transportation Hardware and Software on transit vehicles, an
Interactive Voice Recording System, and a Maintenance Vehicle.                $586,247    8/26/2009    $586,247


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.   $4,672,108   6/10/2009   $3,374,323




Invest in public transportation by designing and purchasing new LED
light fixtures for its various facilities.                                    $650,000    3/30/2010    $577,053
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.                                                             $4,200,000     3/3/2010    $2,102,203




Invest in public transportation by purchasing four replacement transit
buses, one accessible van for people with disabilities, and support
equipment.                                                                        $533,730     8/13/2009     $530,436




purchase one transit bus, 2 paratransit vehicles, ADP hardware and
software, relocation costs, construct adminstration bldg                         $1,085,613    4/23/2010     $909,984



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.                                                                    $21,168,758    7/10/2009   $15,516,406
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 the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas
(METRO) Main Street Rail Line for passengers, operators, and the
general public. This objective will be accomplished through three
projects; converting manual track switches to automated track switches,
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.                                              $2,308,667    7/10/2009     $689,856
The North Central Texas Council of Governments will invest in public
transportation by implementing a 1.5 mile street car line in downtown
Dallas. The line will begin at Union Station, the location of a Dallas Area
Rapid Transit (DART) Light Rail station and the terminus of the Trinity
Railway Express (TRE) commuter rail station. The streetcar line will
proceed over the Houston Street Bridge and terminate in Oak Cliff,
Texas, near Methodist Hospital. DART currently provides bus service in
Oak Cliff and once the streetcar line opens, this bus service may be
modified.                                                                       $23,000,000   12/27/2010           $0
These investment in public transportation will enable DCTA to offer
service that is safer, more reliable, more environmentally friendly, and
more accessible for people with disabilities. Bus Support Equipment and
Facilities- Hardware acquisition to improve operational efficiencies for
DCTA services, safety and security equipment. These improvements will
also enhance availability of data for transit management and 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    $4,143,011    7/31/2009    $3,238,028
Fort Bend County will invest in Public Transportation by purchasing both
new and replacement vehicles as well as purchasing and installing
Intelligent Transportation Systems technology on vehicles. Fort Bend
County will also construct a new Park & Ride facility at Highway 36 in
Rosenberg, Texas to improve tranportation services.                             $2,732,816   7/20/2009   $1,012,095




ARRA 2009 - American Recovery Reinvestment Act 2009                             $1,163,500   7/17/2009    $204,533




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.                       $1,159,928    3/3/2010          $0




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.                   $5,000,000    3/3/2010    $147,003
The City of Galveston will invest the $875,182 in public transportation by
renovation and restructuring of the Island Transit Bus Maintenance
Facility in Galveston, TX. In addition the City will invest $700,000
investing in the purchase of two 35-ft Low Floor Buses. Island Transit
operates a Bus vehicle maintenance facility on Market Street that has
been in service since 1981 and provides service for all buses. 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       $1,575,182   7/24/2009    $867,482




The City of Abilene will invest in public transportation by purchasing new
low-floor and paratransit buses, purchasing a shop truck, installing a
security system, and rehabilitation of current facilites and bus stops for
the continued provision of public transportation with our community.            $2,057,460   6/10/2009   $2,037,499



The City of Beaumont will invest in public transportation by purchasing 8
diesel cutaway paratransit buses, initial stockage of parts for new
compressed natural gas powered buses, new passenger bus shelters, a
portable rotary lift system for maintenance shop, electronic fareboxes,
service support vehicles, bus washer system, emergency generator,
renovations and repairs to transit administrative facility, modify existing
shop facility, and replace existing telephone system.                           $2,362,469   7/10/2009   $1,610,311
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 to include new shelters, kiosks and
signage.                                                                      $31,234,746   7/24/2009   $21,323,256
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. The Texas Department of
Transportation will not use any funds from this award to administer the
program.                                                                      $10,179,382   9/28/2009    $8,577,283
Austin's Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority; located at 2910
East 5th Street Austin Texas 78702, will invest in public transportation by
providing complementary American with Disabilities Act paratransit
service and purchasing new forty and thirty-five foot ultra-low sulfur
diesel replacement buses, including installation of camera surveillance
and security systems for enhanced safety. Amendment-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        $26,107,448    3/3/2010   $24,560,479




Project administration,preventive maintenance activities, and capital
projects                                                                        $992,990    7/10/2009     $863,261




The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council will invest in public
transportation by purchasing buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus
shelters, computer software and hardware and renovating our
administration facility                                                        $1,953,732   7/10/2009     $427,879




The Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council will invest in public
transportation by purchasing buses, storage facility, tow truck, bus
shelters, computer software and hardware, and renovating our
administration and maintenace facility                                         $2,371,500   7/10/2009    $1,811,371
The North Central Texas Council of Governments and our four
subrecipient transit agencies will make capital investments in public
transportation by acquiring 42 transit vehicles, software/hardware
equipment, shop equipment, security/surveillance equipment, vehicle
signage, constructing a vehicle storage facility, renovating a
maintenance facility, and conducting project administration. These
projects could not have been implemented without supplemental
funding. These projects support public transportation services and air-
quality initiatives in the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Urbanized Area.         $5,378,360   7/14/2009    $3,056,133
The City of Arlington's Handitran service for elderly and disabled citizens
will invest funds from this grant for the purpose of increasing public
transportation opportunities by using ARRA grant funding to replace 2
buses, additional preventative maintenance, mobile data terminals and
additional contracted taxi service. $170,000 to purchase 2 additional
replacement buses. FTA requires transit buses utilized by Handitran to
be 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            $600,000     7/1/2009     $409,055
$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               $922,000     8/1/2009     $262,484
The Greater East End Management District was awarded $5,000,000 in
American Recovery and Renivestment Act funds to invest in public
transportation through improvements to the pedestrian environment and
accessibility to transit services on major corridors in the area. The
project received a Letter of No Prejudice in August of 2009 from the
Federal Transit Administration that targets streetscape enhancements
on key corridors within the district. These corridors are all served by
Houston Metro?s local bus service. The grant funds will be used to
improve pedestrian accessibility to these transit services.                    $5,000,000   4/10/2010     $426,908



The City of Tyler will invest in public transportation by purchasing buses
to replace the agency's aging fleet; add Transit infrastructure to fixed
route system to improve rider comfort and security; improve parking lot
security at the transit office site by adding fencing, lights and security
cameras; make historic brick sidewalk and streets at the transit office
accessible; and correct drainage issues at the transit office site to
prevent flooding.                                                              $1,744,631    7/1/2009    $1,034,850
This application is funded as follows: 2009 Transit Capital Assistance
Grants Urbanized Area Funding Program. The City of Wichita Falls will
invest in public transportation by applying $1,398,838 of its $1,770,192
allocation of 2009 American Recover and Reinvestment Act (ARRA)
funds for bus replacement. The City of Wichita Falls will purchase 4
each of the Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD), 500,000-mile, 35-foot, 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          $1,770,192   7/10/2009    $1,486,037
Federal Transit Administration Grant TX-96-X023: Projects and the costs
associated with them include the following: Preventive Maintenance,
$12,008,975; purchase of eight Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueled
articulated buses, $6,400,000; installation of a powered rail switch at The
Ts Intermodal Transportation Center (ITC), $750,000; bus parking lot
improvements, $440,000 (Engineering/Design and 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    $20,148,975   7/10/2009   $19,063,486




SOFTWARE,HARDWARE AND RADIOS                                                    $192,500    7/10/2009     $175,328
The City of El Paso will use Recovery Act funds to improve the transit
system in the El Paso area by constructing two transit terminals,
installing approximately 200 bus shelters and rehabilitating 3 existing
transit terminals. The City of El Paso will also use Recovery Act funds to
pay for preventive maintenance for existing buses. The two new transit
terminals funded by Recovery Act funds are the Westside Transit
Terminal and the Glory Road Transit Terminal. All three projects were
designed and advertised in early 2009. The Westside Transit Terminal
project consists of the construction of a transfer terminal facility including
waiting areas, public bathrooms, driver's lounge and two semi-enclosed           $15,092,084   8/20/2009   $13,965,045




The Gulf Coast Center Invests in public transportation by constructing
shelters in the southern Brazoria County transit service area and
supporting three years facility lease; The Gulf Coast Center has already
provided public transportaion services in southern Brazoria area.                  $371,160    9/10/2009     $320,714
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          $4,757,091    4/1/2009     $475,709
The overall goal of the City of Amarillo is to invest in public transportation
in preventive maintenance for the Transit Department, and 10%for the
paratransit program. In addition another 10% will go into operating.
Since the ARRA grant has been awarded, the City has continued to use
the preventive maintenance funds to retain positions in the Transit
Department. These positions include the mechanics and employees
who clean and sanitize the buses on a daily basis. The 10% for Para-
Transit and 10% for operating allowed the Transit Department to retain
the bus drivers and further stabilized the overall City budget. The Transit
Department operates 6 days a week. Because of the ARRA award, this                $3,574,296   8/26/2009    $2,691,344




The Gulf Coast Center invests in public transportation by constructing
UTMB Victory Lake Park and Ride Facility at League City and
constructing bus shelters in Texas City/La Marque urbanized area                  $2,624,676   8/20/2009    $2,438,700



The 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.                                                                    $1,679,525   9/10/2009    $1,261,935




These funds will be used to construct and transfer station and new
administration offices for Texarkana Urban Transit District. Some of the
ARRA fundng will be used for new equipment at the transfer station.               $1,080,586   7/14/2009    $1,080,586
The Concho Valley Transit District will invest in public transportatin by
constructing the Concho Valley Multimodal Terminal. ARRA funds will
be used to construct a multimodal transit terminal for the City of San
Angelo and the 11-county Concho Valley region at the intersection of
Chadbourne St and Houston Harte Highway. The terminal will support
the operations of a consolidated urban and rural transit district for the
City of San Angelo and the Concho Valley region and intercity bus
providers. The ARRA funds will pay for the final design and
construction of a 10,000 square foot facility. Activities supported include
final design, value engineering, demolition,environmental remediation,         $1,572,211    5/1/2009     $783,190


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. The Texas
Department of Transportation will not use any funds from this award to
administer the program.                                                        $7,588,110   7/24/2009    $5,700,220
Corpus Christi Regional Transportation Authority utilized the ARRA
funding for the purchase of 5 new buses, Automatic fare collection
hardware which was a Sole Source contract to Gen Fare, Inc. for the
purchase of 38 fare boxes for the fixed route buses to upgrade our
current fare collection system, and a city wide upgrade of approximately
266 American Disabilities Act (ADA) bus stop improvements to bus
shelters. The 5 buses included 2-40ft buses and 3-35ft buses that were
ordered in 06/2009 and delivered by 12/2010. The Gen Fare, Inc. fare
box upgrade of Automatic fare collection hardware was delivered in
03/2010, CCRTA is currently in process of installing this new                  $6,326,792   6/30/2009    $4,803,404




The Harris County Improvement District One will invest in public
transportation and use $5,000,000 for improving bus transit accessibility
within the Uptown Houston District. The project includes Liveable
Communities Initiative (LCI) pedestrian-transit access streetscape
improvements such as sidewalks, ADA ramps, landscaping and
pedestrian scale lighting.                                                     $5,000,000   3/30/2010     $383,101
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. The Texas Department of
Transportation will not use any funds from this award to administer the
program.                                                                      $32,819,910   5/20/2009   $30,853,203


The Harris Country Metropolitan Transit Authorty will invest in public
transportation in the Houston area. This objective will be accomplished
through three projects, acquisition of 19 Light Rail Vehicles to expand
service on Houston METRO?s Main Street Rail Line, partial funding for
design, construction, construction management & project management
to convert existing High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV) lanes to High
Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes; and acquisition / installation of bus shelters
throughout the Houston METRO service area.                                    $87,246,910   7/10/2009   $49,443,554
The Upper Kirby Management District was awarded $5,000,000 in
American Recovery and Reinvestment funds to invest in public
transportation through enhancing the pedestrian environment and
accessibility to transit services on major corridors in the area. The
project received a Letter of No Prejudice in August of 2009 from the
Federal Transit Administration that targets streetscape enhancements
on 13 key corridors within the district. These corridors are all served by
Houston Metro?s local bus service. The funds will be used to improve
pedestrian accessibility to these transit services through the
implementation of wider sidewalks, wheelchair ramps, improved transit          $5,000,000   4/10/2010    $1,475,369
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.                                                         $1,109,223   6/25/2009    $1,028,630




To invest in public transportation by purchasing new buses, performing
Preventative Maintenance on buses, maintenance of rail right of ways,
facilities and rail vehicles, Transit Enhancements such as Bus and Rail
Shelters, bike racks and other passenger amenities. Security and
surveillance equipment to protect the riding public and protect UTA. To
construct and renovate an additional Light Rail Yard and Shop Facility.        $48,333,398   6/25/2009   $48,333,398




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.                                                       $7,253,443   7/10/2009    $6,351,293
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       $3,926,923   6/10/2009    $3,848,268
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                  $1,284,112   6/10/2009    $1,056,261




Contract emerging FTA changes now funded through an ARRA funding
source, but managed separately for different contract work. Due to the
change in funding source, ARRA reporting requirements against this
work are believed to be required (Note: if a combined report is preferred
for other ARRA funding under the same contrat, this can be done
alternatively).                                                                   1155317    3/22/2011    155252.35




Contractor services to support Federa Transit Administration in the
improvement of internal controls and self assessment activities in
compliance with Federal Managers' Financial Integrity Act (FMFIA) and
OMB Circular A-123 programs.                                                       485827    9/21/2011            0
To provide funding for Contract Years 4 and 5 with ARRA funding for:
13b Medium/Small Grantees (5 before 12/15/2011 & 3 before
12/15/2012) CLIN 22 Program Support and Special Assignments, and
Travel.                                                                    300000     1/21/2011          0




Booz Allen Hamilton shall deliver up to 90 ARRA Project Implementation
Reviews in accordance with OP No. 61 - ARRA Project Implementation
Review. BAH shall provide project management oversight services for
FTA to the extent that the PMO contractor has no conflict of interest.     1820000    12/1/2010   299823.13




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     8/13/2009     145865




To conduct ARRA related work on FMO full-scope reviews, follow-ups,
cost allocation plans, financial capacity and capability assessments,
agreed-upon procedures, and special assignments                            1350000    4/11/2011    23818.75




Due to the ARRA, the TEAM-WEB application will have to undergo
system modifications as identified and defined by FTA, then approved
via Work Authorization. The newest amendment adds $200,000
(3/23/2011) in possible additional funding to the original $60,000 award
and subsequent $420,000 modification for total ARRA funding of
$680,000                                                                   680000      8/5/2010   481665.58




ARRA funding for Triennial Review program to conduct workshops and
reviews of grantees receiving ARRA funds. The work is headquartered
out of Arlington, VA. On-site work will be conducted throughout the U.S.   904650    11/15/2010   275552.01




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.                                    1663000     5/5/2010   877524.65
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.                                   $350,000     3/9/2010           $0




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.                                                                   $3,120,000   8/31/2010           $0




Arlington was awarded $1.5 million in discretionary funding through the
Transit Investments for Greenhouse Gas and Emissions Reductions
Program. Arlington will use this funding for the purchase of CNG buses.         $1,500,000   3/30/2010           $0
This award will be used to invest in public transportation and support the
capital needs of Virginia's rural transit systems. The following
replacement vehicles will be purchased to replace vehicles that have
met their useful life of 4 years or 100,000 miles: 1. Four County Transit
will purchase six 12-passenger, two 14-passenger, three 16-passenger,
and tow 25-passenger Body-On-Chassis 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             $4,940,400    3/3/2010    $3,771,147




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.                                                    $12,453,995   8/14/2009   $11,444,261
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              $5,527,401   8/14/2009    $4,825,932




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 .                                                                          $150,000    7/13/2009      $18,174
'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 for FY 10 operating expenses.'                                        $1,588,822    3/3/2010    $750,264
Invest in public transportation by purchasing seven new replacement 40'
hybrid buses, two hybrid spare parts pkgs., various shop
equipment(such as tooling equipment) for hybrid buses, ITS hardware
upgrades for data storage and data export for federal & state reporting
requirements, ten upgraded computer system, software for managing on-
board annuciators for fleet, communication equipment upgrades to meet
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                   $4,695,412   8/14/2009   $4,656,261
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       $106,260     3/4/2010     $94,483



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.                                    $1,259,175   7/14/2009    $779,550




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.                                         $1,383,777   1/27/2010    $646,681



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.                                                                     $1,812,963   8/14/2009   $1,768,700




Invest in public transportation by providing new hybrid busses and
installing intelligent transportation systems technology.                     $4,968,005   7/24/2009   $3,907,649
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.                                                                     $24,096,312   8/20/2009   $22,539,304




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.                                                                  $13,694,262   8/14/2009   $13,578,052




Surface Transportation Program Funds to assist in the completion of the
Norfolk Light Rail Transit project.                                           $10,000,000   8/31/2010    $9,978,834
This award will be used to invest in public transportation and support the
capital needs of Virginia's rural transit systems. The following
replacement vehicles will be purchased to replace vehicles that have
met their useful life of 4 years or 100,000 miles; These new vans will
meet the Clean Air Act standards and the Americans with Disabilities Act
requirements: 1. Mountain Empire Older Citizens 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             $5,690,415   1/27/2010    $5,482,132




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.                                                  $1,320,000    5/3/2010    $1,320,000




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.                                    $425,000     8/5/2009     $399,992
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         $1,047,041    8/5/2010    $1,047,041
This project funds the following facility upgrades/improvements: -
Lighting Upgrades for C-TRAN's Administration and Miantenance
Buildings -Mechanical Upgrades for Administration Building HVAC
system -Mechanical Upgrades for Maintenance Building -HVAC DDC
Controls Upgrade for Administration, Maintenance, 99th Street Transit
Center, Fisher's Landing Transit Center, Salmon Creek Park & Ride, and
Evergreen Park & Ride -Installation of Solar Panels at C-TRAN
locations                                                                      $1,500,000    3/2/2010    $1,320,684




Invest in public transportation by purchasing six new vans for an
employee and student vanpool program.                                           $255,000    4/13/2010     $214,837




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.                                                        $23,061,105   5/20/2009   $20,753,328
Invest in public transportation by paying for the purchase of 66 40ft low
floor hybrid electric replacement buses, and conduct preventive
maintenance and provide operating assistance on all existing buses
operated in the King County Region. The initial stage of the
manufacturing of the 40ft low floor hybrid buses takes place in
Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The bus shells are then shipped by
trailer to 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        $70,940,537   5/21/2009   $70,449,993




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.                         $14,134,459   5/20/2009   $10,867,512


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                                              $5,787,908   7/10/2009    $5,463,238
 09 ARRA (American Recovery and Reinvestment Act) 5307 Skagit
Station Rehabilitation and 2 Park and Rides - These three projects invest
in public transportation by constructing and rehabilitating transportation
infrastructure facilities to support public transportation use in Skagit
County, Washington. This grant funds three projects: 1. South Mount
Vernon Park and Ride in Skagit County, Washington - To invest in public
transportation the ARRA funds will provide preliminary design, final
design and construciton management services for the construction of a
park and ride facility. South Mounter This grant funds 3 projects: 1.
South Mount Vernon Park and Ride in Skagit County, Washington - To              $841,295    7/31/2009     $815,074
This grant has enabled Link to replace and upgrade the following
projects: • one parts deliver truck • two one-ton plow trucks, •
shop lighting • wash bay bus lift • upgrade Link's integrated
software system, Fleetnet, from the current DOS version to the new
Windows based version • replace three 24 foot, 1995 cut a ways with
three new 29 foot buses • repaint Columbia Station, Link's
intermodel/transfer center.                                                     $1,019,843   6/19/2009     $956,677




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.                                                                     $10,584,251   6/25/2009   $10,584,251




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.                                                                         $11,371,075   6/23/2009   $11,256,913
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        $1,312,285   6/25/2009    $1,312,285
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.                                                                   $1,314,011   8/20/2009           $0
Invest in nonurban and intercity public transportation programs by
purchasing new buses, enhancing a transit station, constructing a
maintenance/operation facility, purchasing and installing bus shelters
and communications/security equipment. The grant provides for the
purchase/construction of: • Separate transit maintenance and
operation facilities and a covered bus parking area; • The partial
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          $14,297,473   6/25/2009   $12,375,407




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.              $335,600     6/7/2010     $296,567
'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.'                                               $1,129,826    7/10/2009    $337,937




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.                                                $112,000    12/11/2009    $112,000




Invest in public transportation by expanding the Kitsap Transit Main Base
bus storage area, building an automated, self-contained bus washing
facility and light maintenance/fueling facility and upgrading the dispatch
center and driver area, purchasing 75 vans to replace aging vanpool
fleet and purchasing a small (800-100 passenger) Passenger-Only
vessel to be used as a spare boat for a regular, daily water transit route.    $2,861,382    6/19/2009   $2,519,364




This is Section 5309 Fixed Guideway funding for vessel preservation and
terminal preservation. Preservation work on four vessels has been
completed with these funds. Preservation work on the terminals
included seismic retrofit work at the Seattle, Edmonds, Vashon and
Bainbridge terminals.                                                          $6,699,276    6/19/2009   $6,699,274




TIGGER Grant This TIGGER grant was awarded for: • Replacement
of five (5) diesel powered trolleys with five (5) electric powered trolleys,
• two (2) fast charging stations • one (1) slow overnight charging
station. • schedule for completion was August 2010, moved to July
2011 • one project manager • electrical infrastructure for charging
stations                                                                       $2,925,000     2/4/2010   $1,839,896




Invest in public transportation by paying the incremental cost for the
hybrid technology on 15 hybrid electric replacement buses.                     $3,000,000     3/4/2010   $3,000,000
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.                                          $253,129      6/3/2009    $219,159
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     $2,970,523    7/9/2009   $2,529,223
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          $1,510,771   8/17/2009   $1,509,447




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.            $9,722,574   7/10/2009   $7,163,187
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 EQUIPEMENT, 15 BUS SHELTERS,
SURVEILANCE CAMERAS FOR THE BUILDING, REPLACEMENT
CONCRETE, ONE RAIN WATER BASIN, THREE REPLACEMENT
GARAGE DOORS, ONE WATER/OIL SEPARATOR, SIX GAS
HEATERS, ONE PHOTO ID SYSTEM, ONE FLOOR SCRUBBER, ONE
FORKLIFT AND ONE AIR DRYER UNIT FOR OUR AIR                                   $1,422,755   6/25/2009   $1,407,841




ARRA 1<30ft Bus; 1 Truck & Capital. Invest in public transportation.           $200,000    6/17/2010    $150,219




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.               $779,603    8/20/2009    $409,535




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.                                                         $2,467,500   7/10/2009   $2,460,271
5 repl vans 6 station wagons, bus bike racks, bus shelter, surface bike
racks, taxi mobile data computers, bus automated vehicle annunciators.
Overall 9 taxis have been bought, 5 bus bike racks, mobile data
computers for our fleet have taxis, one bus shelter has been installed, 6
surface bike racks have been installed, and are waiting installation. 82%
of the $591,323 ARRA funds have been expended (Nov. 3, 2010).                 $591,323    7/17/2009    $524,353
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         $2,540,000   8/21/2009   $2,379,508




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean-diesel transit
buses.                                                                       $1,800,000   8/23/2009          $0
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing up to fourteen 40-foot
Hybrid bus, with an expected useful life of twelve years. Buses will be
funded partially by this grant & 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.
Invest in Public Transportation by replacing the lighting in the city of     $9,502,302   6/25/2009   $9,202,905




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)                      $1,477,900    8/4/2009    $970,757



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.
Amendment: Add purchase of service staff vehicle, and automatic
vehicle location servers.                                                    $1,477,951   8/21/2009    $293,329
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      $1,658,000   8/21/2009    $219,109
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.                                       $25,682,975   8/23/2009   $16,474,658




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.                                                                     $20,130,095   8/21/2009    $9,615,367




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.                                                              $150,000     3/3/2010     $150,000
This grant applies the 2009 ARRA funds (Section 5307) in the total
amount of $2,900,000. This represents the whole allocation of ARRA
funds granted to the City of Green Bay. These funds are being used to
invest in public transportation by performing the following projects: 1. 35-
foot Heavy-duty Buses – The City of Green Bay has requested
$1,440,000 in funding for 4 heavy-duty buses to 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             $2,900,000   8/21/2009    $2,592,159




Invest in public transportation by purchasing new clean diesel buses and
support vehicles.                                                               $2,060,000   8/21/2009    $1,964,172
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               $6,979,334   6/22/2009    $3,995,415




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,
providing bus benches, and reconstructing a public transit transfer plaza
to increase access and mobility to and from the public transit system.          $1,089,586   7/10/2009    $1,089,515
Invest in Public Transportation by purchasing new buses and by
construction of bus stops.                                       $1,231,479   5/20/2009   $1,226,056
total_fed_arra_e total_infrastruct                                                     infrastrucutre_r
xp               ure_exp           project_name      project_description               ationale         project_status
                                                     Acquire Replacement 35-FT
                                                     Hybrid Electric Buses A
                                                     total of four (4) 35 foot         No
                                                     hybrid-electric buses have        infrastructure
                                                     been delivered to                 was procurred.
                                                     Montgomery Area Transit           Only public
                                                     System to date. The first         transit buses.
                                                     bus was delivered on July 8,      Bus
                                                     2011. The remaining 3             procurement is
     $2,675,000      $2,675,000 AL-77-0001-00        buses were delivered on           complete.      Completed
                                                                                       Facility
                                                                                       construction
                                                                                       and vehicle
                                                                                       purchases for
                                                                                       passenger
                                                                                       service
                                                     Continued purchase of             enhancement,s
                                City of Gadsden      computer hardware and             afety
       $812,013        $776,000 Transit Project      software                          /convenience.       More than 50% Completed
                                                                                       This grant has
                                                  This grant has allowed the           allowed the
                                                  transit agency to purchase           transit agency
                                                  and install 46 in wall mount         to purchase
                                (8) Vehicle       message board for the                and install 46 in
                                Purchase, Support transfer station. This is the        wall mount
                                Facilities and    first step in keeping the            message board
                                Equipment,        passengers aware of where            for the transfer
                                Transit           and how the buses are                station. This is
     $1,785,042      $1,785,042 Enhancement       running.                             the first step in   More than 50% Completed
                                                  Acquire Replacement 35-FT            Acquire
                                                  Buses. A total of four (4)           Replacement
                                                  35 foot hybrid-electric buses        35-FT Buses.
                                                  have been delivered to               A total of four
                                                  Montgomery Area Transit              (5) 35 foot
                                                  System to date. The first            hybrid-electric
                                                  bus was delivered on July 8,         buses have
                                                  2011. The remaining 3                been delivered
                                                  buses are estimated to be            to Montgomery
     $3,242,363      $3,242,363 AL-96-X003-00     delivered on July 15, 2011.          Area Transit        Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                                       The transit
                                                                                       agency's
                                                                                       Recovery act
                                                                                       grant was used
                                                     Paid preventive                   to purchase 4
                                                     maintenance wages and             buses and 2
                                                     supplies that were acquired       demand
                                                     off of the shelf. Acquired        response vans
                                Purchase 4 transit   office furniture that was         to modernize
     $1,699,417      $1,512,365 buses                bought off of the shelf.          our fleet. It       More than 50% Completed
                                Purchase of 17       This grant has allowed the        The
                                replacement          Birmingham-Jefferson              Birmingham-
                                buses.               County Transit Authority to       Jefferson
                                Rehabilitaion of     begin the administrative and      County Transit
                                maintenance          soliciatation process to          Authority's
                                garage. Purchase     acquire 17 compressed             Recovery Act
                                of bus washer and    natural gas buses and             grant will be
                                vacuum cleaning      related diagnostic                used to
                                system. Purchase     equipment and tools. This         purchase 17
     $5,821,353      $5,821,353 of diagnostic        grant will also provide for the   compressed          More than 50% Completed
                                            10/4/11:Grant funding              To invest in
                                            through this reporting period      transportation,
                                            has provided the means for         environmental
                                            Alabama small urban transit        protection, and
                                            agencies modernize and             other
                                            update their fleets with the       infrastructure
                                            acquisition of 38 buses.           that will provide
                                            ARRA also provided                 long-term
                                            agencies with funds for the        economic
 $3,491,852   $2,998,287 AL-96-X007-01      acquisition of passenger           benefits. To      More than 50% Completed
                                            10/5/11: Through this              To invest in
                                            reporting period this grant        transportation,
                                            allowed the subrecipients to       environmental
                                            modernize and expand their         protection, and
                                            vehicle fleets with the            other
                                            purchase of 138 buses;             infrastructure
                                            improvement of                     that will
                                            communication capabilities,        provided long-
                                            routing and safety with            term benefits.
$10,677,249   $8,307,356 AL-86-X001-01      purchase of radios, base           To stabilize      More than 50% Completed
                                            Invest in public                   To preserve
                                            transportation through the         and create jobs
                                            construction of a downtown         and promote
                                            transit center and parking         economic
                                            garage in Juneau; the              recovery. To
                                            development of a park-and-         invest in
                                            ride lot in the Matanuska-         transportation,
                                            Susitna Borough for                environmental
                         Transit Capacity   commuters to Anchorage;            protection and
 $5,894,349   $5,573,957 Improvement        the acquisition of 34 vans         other             More than 50% Completed
                                                                               Crooked Creek
                                                                               puchased a
                                                                               van for public
                                                                               transportation
                                                                               and materials
                        Crooked Creek       There was no actives this          package for the
                        ARRA transit        quarter due to the natural         rehabilitation of
                        garage rehab; 3     disaster that hit the village,     the public
  $109,000     $109,000 vans                caused by flooding.                transit garage.     More than 50% Completed
                                            In regards to the Airport          Purchase of
                                            Shelter project, the tribe still   American Made
                                            does not have site control of      Foam Panels
                                            the location at the Mountain       and
                                            Village Airport;however, we        Construction
                                            have recently received all         Material
                                            necessary agency approvals         necessary for
                                            and concurrences for our           the
                                            Building Permit Application        construction of
   $41,254      $24,646 09 ARRA TTP         and have since submitted           Airport Shelter.    Less Than 50% Completed
                                            VPSI continues actively            Purpose #4:
                                            marketing the van pool             To invest in
                                            service to large employer          transportation,
                                            businesses in Fairbanks and        environmental
                                            has been conducting                protection, and
                                            meetings with interested           other
                                            parties. One van pool driver       infrastructure
                        09 ARRA 5307        has been recruited. The            that will provide
                        Vans (4), P&R,      Fairbanks North Star               long-term
  $320,545     $268,993 ADA Fac, equip      Borough hired Clear View           economic            Less Than 50% Completed
                                            The amount of $575,265.68          The purpose of
                                            was paid SeaCoast                  the projects is
                                            Construction Company, Inc.         to improve
                                            and a credit of $3,246,10          existing
                                            was posted for utility             transportation
                                            relocation work previously         infrastructure to
                                            invoiced from Municipal            obtain long-
                         09 ARRA 5307       Light ansd Power for               term economic
                         Buses (5) : Vans   construction of U/Med Bus          benefits in
 $5,908,020   $5,908,020 (15): Shelters     Stop Improvements in this          reducing            More than 50% Completed
                                            Track Rehabilitation: Rail The Alaska
                                                                       Railroad used
                                            welding for 2011 is complete
                                            in Birchwood and Healy. Allits Recovery
                                            work complete. Fairbanks   grant to
                                            Passenger Track: Track     rehabilitate
                                            work is complete. Asphalt  track, continue
                                            approaches were completed  construction at
                          FY09 ARRA 5307 by September 15, 2011. All    Ship Creek
                          Track Rehab, Ship work complete. Nenana      Intermodal,
$25,825,268   $25,825,268 Creek             Engineering: All work      construct         Completed
                                                                       Ferry shelter
                                                                       will enhance
                                                                       the
                                                                       transportation
                                          Project is complete.         services
                         ARRA: Ferry      However, funds have not      between the
                         Shelter;         been fully drawn from        two Samoas
                         Handicapped Van; grantor. Will continue to    and the Manu'a
                         State            report until funds have been islands.
  $304,214      $304,214 Administration   fully drawn.                 Infrastructure    Completed
                                          The contractor had           This feature will
                                          problems coordinating with bring increased
                                          ADOT and City departments convenience
                                          which caused significant     for transit users
                                          delays in starting           including a
                                          construction. Construction   decrease in
                                          finally started on Friday,   travel time and
                         Bus Crossover    September 23, 2011 and the costs. It will be
                         Lane (Bell Rd/SR last ADOT coordination       a significant
   $82,312       $82,311 51)              issue with regard to the     enhancement Less Than 50% Completed
                                          Funds were made available
                                          October 1, 2010 for
                                          operating expenses for all
                                          agencies awarded ARRA
                                          funds. Catholic Community
                                          Services is currently in the
                                          procurement process for
                         Formula Grants   computer hardware
                         for Other than   ($30,000) and software
$12,347,271           $0 Urbanized Areas ($20,000). The City of                          More than 50% Completed




                          Navajo Transit                                      Navajo Transit
                          Admin/Maint                                         Admin/Mainten
 $1,463,412    $1,463,412 Facility           Project is 78% completed.        ance Facility    More than 50% Completed
                                             As of October 2011, a total      Funding
                                             of eight capital projects have   received
                                             been completed including a       through the
                                             new park and ride facility,      Transit Capital
                                             refurbishment of the Central     Formula grant
                                             Station transit center and       will be used to
                                             expansion and shade              enhance
                          Combined -         structures for existing park     regional
                          Transit Capital    and rides shade and ADA          mobility and
$29,152,060   $29,152,060 Assistance Grant   improvements have been           strengthen       Less Than 50% Completed
                                             For quarter ending               The transit
                                             September 2011:                  agency's
                                             Completed projects include:      Recovery Act
                                             The Mountain Link BRT            grant was used
                                             project completed the            to purchase a
                                             system planning and              hybrid electric
                                             engineering. Final               bus, as a
                          09 5307 ARRA       engineering completed and        replacement
                          Program of         construction underway paid       upgrade to
 $1,082,920    $1,082,920 Projects           for in another funding grant     fleet. The grant More than 50% Completed
                                                                                Construction of
                                                                                the
                                                Bus parking is complete.        maintenance
                                                Admin and Maintenance           building, the
                                                building exteriors are          administrative
                                                complete. Working on            building, and
                                                interior furniture fixtures and bus parking lot.
                          Bus Storage and       equipment. Total project is When
                          Maintenance           85% complete as of end of complete, the
$13,458,374   $13,458,374 Facility- Phase III   September 2011.                 facility will    More than 50% Completed
                                                                                Infrastructure -
                                                                                Construction of
                                                                                a 3.9 mile
                                                                                streetcar to
                                                                                include rail,
                                                                                stops, poles,
                                                                                overhead wire,
                                                Line segment design is          utility
                          Tucson Modern         completed. Preparing            relocations,
 $2,129,565    $2,129,565 Streetcar System      documents to go out to bid. traction power Less Than 50% Completed
                                                Activities performed this
                                                quarter include: conducting
                                                the Quarterly Progress
                                                Review Meeting for Union
                                                Passenger Terminal
                                                (UPT)/Loyola Avenue
                                                Streetcar project. This
                                                meeting included detail
                                                review of the project status,
 223837.55                                      schedule, and cost. In                           Less Than 50% Completed




                                            Buses delivered 9-30-2011.
                           Purchase 3       Finalizing post delivery audit
                           replacement      and inspections. Projected
        $0              $0 buses            close out 10-17-2011.                              More than 50% Completed
                                            This quarter we installed an     To invest in
                                            emergency generator for          transportation,
                                            backup power in times of         environmental
                                            emergency for evacuation         protection and
                                            and or vehicle fueling and       other
                          Purchase 3 buses, control when local power is      infrastructure
                          rehabilitate      interrupted. We also took        that will provide
                          maintenance       the next step in upgrading       long-term
                          facility, support our paratransit operating        economic
 $1,206,530    $1,206,530 vehicles          system to provide more           benefits          More than 50% Completed
                                            9/30/11 Vehicle Locator &        9/30/11 This is
                                            Mobile Data Terminals (AVL       part of the
                                            / MDT) operating system          transit
                                            was completed in the             infrastructure
                                            quarter. This system allows      renewal and job
                                            the transit company real         creation
                                            time on-line data using GPS      programs. We
                          Transit           technology and extensive         are replacing
                          Infrastructure    cellular service to be in        obsolete rolling
 $1,413,525    $1,413,525 Investments       constant contact with the        stock, adding     More than 50% Completed
                                            Arkansas' expenditures for       The Arkansas
                                            the quarter ending               Highway and
                                            September 2010 included          Transportaion
                                            the purchase of eleven (11)      Department will
                                            buses and vans, $522,680         invest ARRA
                                            for construction of              funds to
                                            administration and               purchase 126
                                            Maintenance facilities, and      replacement
                          Arkansas Public   $188,194 for various small       buses for
$13,156,342   $11,611,109 Transportation    purchases related to Public      transit           More than 50% Completed
                                           Projects currently underway     To invest in
                                           within this grant includes:     transportation,
                                           (1) Renovation of the           environmental
                                           administrative and              protection, and
                                           maintenance facilities.         other
                                           Construction has begun and      infrastructure
                                           is approximately 25% and is     that will provide
                                           expected to complete March      long term
                                           2012. (2) Security cameras      economic
 $681,306      $681,306 Fort Smith Transit for the transit facility. A     benefit. Fort     Less Than 50% Completed
                                           The expansion of the Trolley
                                           Barn has been completed.
                                           The last remaining streetcar    Repair and
                                           is now housed and               renovation of
                                           maintained inside. The          aging systems,
                                           streetcar platform stop has     such as HVAC,
                                           been completed and              buildings and
                                           passengers now board and        grounds;
                                           exit at this stop. The          replacement of
$5,427,444   $5,427,444 Transit Assistance engineering and surveying       vehicles.      More than 50% Completed




 65388.72                                  no activity this quarter                       More than 50% Completed




        0                                  N/A                                            Not Started




                                           1. Bus Stop Amenities 2.
                                           Metro Blue Line Power
                                           Substation 3. MRL Subway
                                           Escalator Canopy 4. Bus
                                           Overall 5. Electricified CNG
  93678.7                                  Compression                                    Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Our staff is overseeing the
                                           following projects including
                                           producing monthly and
                                           quarterly reports for the
                                           FTA. We are working on
                                           following projects: Central
                                           Station Transit Center
                                           Upgrades for the transit
                                           center such as shading
   295813                                  techniques, hardscape and                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Electronic Fareboxes - The      Electronic
                                           type and standard for the       Fareboxes - to
                                           Oakland MTC approved            create a
                                           electronic farebox system       seamless
                                           (called Clipper) has been       electronic
                                           identified. Vacaville Transit   farebox system
                                           staff is working with MTC to    within the City
                                           identify the next steps and     of Vacaville's
                        Electronic         project schedule to procure     public transit
       $0            $0 Fareboxes          and install these devices in    system as well Less Than 50% Completed
                                               Purchase and Install GFI
                                               fareboxes in all transit
        $0              $0 GFI Fareboxes       vehicles                                           Not Started
                                               This grant will allow NCTD       To invest in
                                               to install solar power           transportation,
                                               generation equipment             environmental
                                               throughout the service area;     protection, and
                                               and install LED lights and       other
                                               plug-in recharging stations      infrastructure
                                               for hybrid vehicles in parking   that will provide
                                               lots. In April 2011, NCTD        long-term
                                               awarded a contract to            economic
 $1,375,787    $1,375,787 Solar Power          Premier West Contractors,        benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                               The City has had the
                                               opportunity to inspect the
                                               pilot bus, and make
                                               necessary changes. The
                                               factory has informed the City
                                               that the production schedule
                                               is on time, and the buses
                           ARRA-DOT-           will start on line at the
                           Purchase of 16      factory on September 15,
        $0              $0 Buses LAES430       2011. It is anticipated that                    Less Than 50% Completed




                                           Project activities this quarter
                          Bus Transfer-Hub includes initial start of facility
        $0             $0 Center           construction work. 3Q-2011                             Not Started
                                           During the quarter, no               The transit
                                           activities funded through this       agency's
                                           grant occurred. All projects         Recovery Act
                                           in this grant were complete.         grant has been
                          Replacement Bus On July 20, 2011 the FTA              used to
                          Purchase,        approved a budget revision           purchase 10
                          Preventive       transferring cost savings            new buses with
                          Maintenance, and from the bus replacement             cleaner burning
                          ADA Operating    project to a new project to          diesel engines
 $9,251,229    $8,463,402 Subsidy          replace the bus system?s             (as part of the More than 50% Completed
                                           Ferry Boat Rehab: The                To invest in
                                           project to refurbish the M.V.        transportation,
                                           Golden Gate (ex. M.V.                environmental
                                           Chinook) is 99% complete             protection, and
                                           as the vessel is in service.         other
                                           The correction for the design        infrastructure
                          Ferry Boat Rehab issue has been identified            that will provide
                          & Information    and the shipyard is working          long-term
                          Technology/Bus   on the costing for the               economic
$10,641,038   $10,641,038 Wash Racks       implementation of the                benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant allows Santa              The agency's
                                           Clara VTA to purchase                Recovery Act
                                           eighty-three new diesel-             grant is being
                                           electric hybrid buses,               used to invest
                                           rehabilitate bus stops with          in public
                                           pedestrian and Americans             transportation
                                           with Disabilities Act                by purchasing
                          Purchase Hybrid wheelchair access                     new diesel-
                          Buses, ADA       improvements, and                    electric hybrid
$48,281,122   $42,305,476 Improvements     contribute to operating              buses and         More than 50% Completed
                                              2011/3 - Incurred expenses       To invest in
                        This grant applies    related to ongoing project       transportation,
                        our 2009 ARRA         (ticket vending machines         environmental
                        allocation to three   with related equipment and       protection, and
                        capital projects:     software). ARRA funds for        other
                        bus replacement,      this project have not yet        infrastructure
                        service vehicle       been drawn down. 2011/2 -        that will provide
                        replacement, and      Received/invoiced ARRA           long-term
                        ticket vending        funds for replacement 40-ft.     economic
$3,267,546   $3,267,546 machines.             buses. 2011/1 - Executed         benefits.         More than 50% Completed




                                              The project will allow the
                                              County and the City of El
                                              Centro to develop a safer
                        El Centro Transit     and modern alternative to
       $0            $0 Transfer terminal     the street corner in use now.                   Less Than 50% Completed




                                              Bus project has been
                                              completed and vehicles
                        09 ARRA 5307          have been accepted. A final
                        FOUR( 4) -35`         invoice has been processed
$1,668,640           $0 Buses;ADA Ops         in ECHO.                                        Completed
                                              CCTS staff is nearing
                                              completion of the
                                              specifications and paint
                                              design for replacement
                                              buses. Procurement is
                                              anticipated by December
                        Replace Four Dial-    2011. An inventory of bus
                        A-Ride Buses and      stops and shelter designs
                        Purchase Bus          has been moving to
       $0            $0 Stop Shelters         completion. 4/7/2011 -                          Less Than 50% Completed
                                              Update-10/14/11 Farebox
                                              System - Staff has
                                              considered and reviewed
                                              sole source contract
                                              requirements and has
                                              decided to go out to bid one
                                              more time in order to attract
                        Farebox               additional bidders. Staff will
                        System/CNG            revise and post the RFP by
   $2,508            $0 Facility Equipment    November 2011. Staff has                          Less Than 50% Completed
                                              No grant funds were              The
                                              expended during the              infrastructure
                                              reporting period. The City is    investment will
                                              developing the plan for the      contribute to 1)
                                              bus stop improvement             preserve and
                                              program. This includes           create jobs and
                       30' and 35' Bus        assessing missing and            promote
                       Replacement and        replacement signs and            economic
                       Bus Stop               posts at bus stops and           recovery, and
 $499,601     $499,601 Improvements           coordinating with city           2) invest in     More than 50% Completed
                                              Structural drawings for          Will preserve
                        Shelters, Buses,      replacement ADA parts on         and create
                        Garage                the transit shelter project      jobs, promote
                        Modernization,        have been                        economic
                        Wheelchair Scale,     reviewed/approved by the         recovery, invest
                        Operating             City's Building and Safety       in
                        Assistance and        Department. All re-              transportation
                        Non Fixed-Route       manufactured parts are           and avoid
                        ADA Paratransit       expected for delivery on         reductions and
$2,732,245   $2,732,245 Service               October 1, 2011. All             essential        More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant will allow             The LACMTA's
                                               LACMTA to install wayside         Recovery Act
                                               energy storage substation at      grant will be
                                               the Metro Red Line                used to install
                         Installation of       Westlake Station. As a            wayside energy
                         wayside energy        result of this investment,        storage
                         storage substation    LACMTA will be able to            substation at
                         at the Metro Red      significantly reduce electrical   the Metro Red
                         Line Westlake         energy usage by capturing         Line Westlake
  $207,086      $207,086 Station.              train regenerated braking         Station . As      Less Than 50% Completed
                         1.) COP Debt          1.) Semi-annual COP debt          To invest in
                         Service, 2.)          service and interest              transportation,
                         Capital Cost of       payments made for                 environmental
                         Contracting, 3.)      purchase of (55) 40-foot          protection, and
                         Preventive            CNG buses - completed. 2.)        other
                         Maintenance, 4.)      Contracted transit                infrastructure
                         Non Fixed Route       operations and maintenance        that will provide
                         ADA Paratransit       to support ongoing fixed          long-term
                         Service, 5.)          route and demand response         economic
$17,374,715   $9,892,860 Transit               (ADA) paratransit service -       benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                         Environmental         For the quarter, July 1, 2011     Capital
                         document and          through September 30, 2011        expenses
                         preliminary           the City completed the 30%        include the
                         engineering for the   design of the Multimodal          development of
                         Manteca               Station with RRM Design           the Manteca
                         Multimodal            Group. RRM design group           Transit
                         Station,              has been retained to assist       Marketing Plan
                         branding/route        the City in choosing a            by Pat Davis.
                         signage design,       contractor for the next phase     The preparation
  $469,973      $350,223 purchase of one       of the project. This project      of the            Less Than 50% Completed
                                               11.43.02 CNG FUELING              MBL is using
                                               STATION Biweekly                  the Recovery
                                               meetings continued                Act grant to
                                               throughout the summer.            upgrade the
                                               Contractor discussed with         gasoline &
                                               SCE project schedule and          diesel fuel
                         Fuel Island           coordination of electrical.       tanks to
                         Undeground            Site plan staging area was        accommodate
                         Storage Tank          reviewed by MBL and               the City's new
 $2,519,937   $2,219,937 (UST) Modification    approved in August.               fleet of gasoline-Less Than 50% Completed
                                               Thus far, this grant has          Fresno Area
                                               enabled Fresno Area               Express is
                                               Express (FAX) to purchase         using its ARRA
                                               six nonrevenue support            grant to
                                               vehicles, and two 40' CNG         purchase four
                                               buses, and to support its         compressed
                                               preventive maintenance            natural gas
                         FY2009 ARRA           program for a year.               (CNG) buses,
                         Bus Purchase and      Additionally, this grant          add a CNG
 $6,778,687   $5,578,687 Prev Maint            provided much needed              compressor to More than 50% Completed
                                               This project provides capital     Capital
                                               improvements to bus routes        improvements
                                               servicing rural and Indian        funded by the
                                               reservation residents in San      ARRA grant will
                                               Diego County. Quarterly           complement
                                               Activities: Coordinated with      the operational
                        Construct and          Caltrans regarding staus of       improvements
                        Enhance Bus            the delay in the processing       that have and
                        Stops and              of the preconstruction            will occur
  $148,634     $140,474 Stations               permit. Caltrans issued and       through the       Less Than 50% Completed
                                               Transit staff finalized quotes
                                               for 5 buses from BusWest
                                               and an order has been
                                               placed; Duo-Gard
                                               Industries, Inc. was selected
                                               to build bus shelters and the
                                               City is finalizing a PO to
                                               initiate work; and preventive
                        Bus purch,             maintenance (PM)                  Preventive
  $156,667     $156,667 shelters, PM           conducted on fixed-route          maintenance.   More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To utilize
                                                                               existing space
                                                                               for creation of
                                               Received first bus,             better parking
                                               purchased additional shop       and storage of
                          Maintenance          equipment, continued bus        FTA vehicles,
                          facility, shelters,  stop construction, planning     and for vehicle
 $217,122     $128,143    buses, and tools. additional bus stops.              maintenance.        More than 50% Completed
                                               Five 30-foot buses were         Five 30-foot
                                               delivered in July 2010.         buses, 3
                                               Additional five buses to be     articulated 60-
                                               delivered in January 2012.      foot buses and
                                               Contract executed and           3 CNG 40-foot
                                               placed order for 16             buses that are
                                               articulated buses. First        funded through
                                               articulated bus deliveried in   this grant, have
                          Bus Replacement - September 2010. 15 more            been delivered
$9,078,959   $7,845,814   ARRA Funds           60-foot buses have been         and accepted.       More than 50% Completed
                                               To date we have purchased       To date we
                                               an over-the-road coach. We      have
                                               are in the process of           purchased an
                                               securing an agreement to        over-the-road
                                               purchase on board security      coach. We are
                                               equipment through King          in the process
                                               County, WA. We are also in      of securing an
                          Capital equipment the process of securing            agreement to
                          and security         information for the purchase    purchase on-
$1,004,174   $1,004,174   improvements         of the ADA van.                 board security      More than 50% Completed
                                               AVTA is investing in public     AVTA is
                                               transportation by purchasing    investing in
                                               eleven (11) new transit bus     public
                                               replacements: All buses         transportation
                                               have been ordered deposits      by purchasing
                                               have been placed. The           eleven (11)
                                               delays persisted so we          new transit bus
                                               have cancelled the order        replacements:
                          Capital Projects / and reprocured with a new         All buses have
$4,635,467   $4,635,367   Vehicle Purchase vendor. We anticipate               been ordered        More than 50% Completed
                                               Program will fund 5 projects.   #4: to invest in
                                               1)Construct a Park & Ride at    transportation,
                                               the City's McBean Regional      environmental
                                               Transit Center Transfer         protection, and
                                               Station. Conceptual plan        other
                                               completed and NEPA              infrastructure
                                               approved. Staff completed       that will provide
                          City of Santa        two public outreach             long-term
                          Clarita Transit      meetings in May and June.       economic
 $453,410      $96,452    Upgrades             There is a public hearing       benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                                               This grant will allow           The LACMTA's
                                               LACMTA to install five          Recovery Act
                                               canopies at Metro Red Line      grant will be
                                               stations escalator              used to install
                                               entrances. As a result of       three canopies
                          Installation of five this investment, LACMTA         at two Metro
                          canopies at the      will be able to enhance         Red Line
                          Metro Red Line       passenger safety and            escalator
                          escalator            protect escalator machinery     entrances. As
 $934,708     $934,708    entrances.           from exposure to weather        such, the           Less Than 50% Completed
                          Replace aging        This project, also funded       This project,
                          traction power       under ARRA Grant CA-96-         also funded
                          substations and      X012, will replace up to        under ARRA
                          associated           twenty traction power           Grant CA-96-
                          electrical support substations and associated        X012 will
                          systems located      electrical support systems      replace up to
                          along the Metro      located along the light rail    twenty traction
                          Blue Line Right Of Metro Blue Line Right of          power
                          Way and the          Way and the Metro Blue          substations and
$6,251,381   $6,251,381   Metro Blue Line      Line Yard. As a result of       associated          More than 50% Completed
                                                 This grant will allow             The LACMTA's
                                                 LACMTA to do transit              Recovery Act
                                                 enhancements such as              grant will be
                                                 public art, signage and           used to to do
                                                 wayfinding improvements for       transit
                                                 up to 19 bus stations along       enhancements
                          Transit                Harbor and El Monte               such as public
                          Enhancement            transitways and local bus         art, signage
                          Acitivities at bus     stop transfer/interface areas     and wayfinding
  $258,951       $258,951 stops and stations     in Downtown Los Angeles.          improvements Less Than 50% Completed
                                                 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
                          ARRA Transit           Board regulations and             Purchase of
 $3,131,038    $3,131,038 Investments            prolong the life of the vehicle   fareboxes.          More than 50% Completed
                                                 The Commerce City Council         The first part of
                                                 approved the purchase of          the ARRA grant
                                                 one (1) replacement bus on        is the purchase
                                                 August 18, 2009 and a             of one (1)
                                                 purchase order was issued         replacement
                                                 to North American Bus             bus. This CNG-
                                                 Industries that month. The        powered bus
                                                 bus was delivered in August       will replace a
                          Bus Replacement,       and placed into service in        1990 diesel
  $420,000       $420,000 Transit Software       September 2010. 12-31-10          transit vehicle.    More than 50% Completed
                          Acquisition of 17      This grant has allowed the        To invest in
                          replacement            transit agency to continue to     transportation,
                          minivans, 1 bus;       provide ADA transit               environmental
                          and a replacement      services, maintain bus            protection, and
                          phone system;          operations at existing levels     other
                          rehabilitation of 15   by funding a portion of bus       infrastructure
                          light rail vehicles;   operator labor cost, and          that will provide
                          preventive             continue providing                long-term
                          maintenance;           preventive maintenance on         economic
$16,911,161   $14,578,773 ADA operations;        233 buses and 76 Light Rail       benefits            More than 50% Completed
                                                 For this reporting period,        To date,
                                                 SunLine accomplished              SunLine has
                                                 significant milestones that       encumbered a
                                                 entailed approximately 99%        total of
                                                 completion of the                 $4,602,520 in
                                                 Maintenance Facility              infrastructure
                          Shelters, ITS          Capacity Upgrade project.         expenditures,
                          Equipment and          All necessary construction,       construction,
                          Maintenance            electrical work, roofing, and     and purhcases
 $4,714,391    $4,602,520 Facility               concrete work for new bus         for all three       More than 50% Completed
                                                 Contract for $1,610,000           To invest in
                                                 awarded to Interstate             transportation
                                                 Trucking Center on April 20,      that will provide
                                                 2011. Work started in June        long term
                                                 2011. No payments made to         economic
                                                 contract to date. Payment         benefits by
                                                 requests for $135,000 for op      contributing to
                          09 ARRA 5307           assist and $16,014 for proj       preserving and
                          Bus Rehab and          admin. Staff participated in      maintaining
  $151,627       $151,627 Remfg                  the formal bid process            jobs and            Less Than 50% Completed




                                                                                   Retain jobs and
                          Purchase of 2          Two fixed route buses were        increase
                          Commuter Buses         delivered to the City of          efficiency of
                          and 2 Fixed Route      Auburn (Subrecipient)             transit
 $1,266,494    $1,238,752 Buses                  Operating Assistance              operations      More than 50% Completed
                          Replacement of       Three low-floor buses have
                          three fixed-route    been received from Gillig
                          buses,               Corporation using options
                          replacement of       from a contract between
                          nine paratransit     Gillig and Delaware Transit
                          vans and             Authority. Eight Type II
                          preventative         paratransit vans have been
                          maintenance of       received from Creative Bus
                          the ADA              Sales using options from a
 $1,664,265            $0 paratransit fleet.   contract between Creative                           More than 50% Completed
                                                                               Infrastructure
                                                                               purpose is to
                                                                               invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                         City of La Mirada     The City of La Mirada has       protection, and
                         Capital Purchase:     ordered and received the        other
                         vehicle lift,         vehicle lift, maintenance       infrastructure
                         security cameras      equipment and security          that will provide
  $151,423      $151,423 and equipment         cameras and recorders.          long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                               The six buses will be used      Purchase of
                                               to replace six older worn out   replacement
                                               buses that have exceeded        buses is
                                               their useful life cycles.       required after a
                                               These buses will replace        buses useful
                                               1997 model diesel powered       life for public
                                               buses with the updtraded        transit. 3.5 bus
                          Purchase of Six      2010 model clean diesel         manufacturing
                          Replacement          buses. The engines on           jobs associated
 $2,485,982    $2,485,982 Buses                these buses have been           with 6              Completed
                                               Of the eleven projects          The projects
                                               associated with this grant      funded under
                                               one project, the Solar          this grant are
                                               Energy System is still under    investments in
                                               construction. This quarter      transportation
                                               the construction work           related projects
                                               continued as planned. The       that will meet
                          Electric Buses       photo voltaic panels arrived    state
                          Demo/Facility        on-site and installation        environmental
$19,025,668   $16,925,668 Improvements         began in August 2011.           protection          More than 50% Completed
                                               A grant to modernize transit    (4) To invest in
                                               fleets through vehicle          transportation,
                                               replacement and expansion,      environmental
                                               to modernize and upgrade        protection, and
                                               physical facilities, such as    other
                                               bus terminals, stops,           infrastructure
                                               maintenance and storage         that will provide
                          5311 Transit         facilities and park-and-ride    long-term
                          Improvements in      lot, to improve fare            economic
 $1,124,053    $1,124,053 non-urban areas      collection, security,           benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                               ARRA funding provided for       ARRA funding
                                               preventive maintenance          provided for
                                               activities during FY 2010       preventive
                                               helped to offset the            maintenance
                                               significant reductions in       activities during
                                               State Transportation            FY 2010
                                               Development Act (TDA) and       helped to offset
                          09 ARRA              Local Measure 'M' sales tax     the significant
                          REPLACE              revenues used for Sonoma        reductions in
 $1,350,000    $1,350,000 BUSES & PM           County Transit's operations,    State               More than 50% Completed
                                                                               Invest in public
                                                                               transportation
                                                                               infrastructure
                                                                               by purchaing
                          Purchase 4 hybrid                                    new, clean air
                          buses, 4 gasoline                                    vehciles and
                          buses; and                                           contruction of
                          construct multi-  During the July-September          multi-modal
                          modal Park and    quarter, 1 additional gas bus      passenger
 $3,339,998    $3,339,998 Ride Facility     was delivered.                     facility.           More than 50% Completed
                                              Preventative Maintenance -       Preventative
                                              all preventative maintenance     Maintenance -
                                              charges has been                 this project has
                                              completed and funded.            been
                                              Construction of EXPO aerial      completed. All
                                              station - this project is near   funds has been
                                              completion. The funding          drawndown.
                                              agreement between Culver         These funds
                                              City and Metro has been          were used to
 $2,500,000   $2,500,000   CA-96-X042         executed. This funding           fund              More than 50% Completed
                                              The award was used to fund       #4: to invest in
                                              the installation of              transportation,
                           City of Santa      photovoltaic solar paneled       environmental
                           Clarita - TIGGER - canopies and carports at the     protection, and
                           Installation of    City of Santa Clarita's LEED     other
                           Solar Canopies     Gold Certified Transit           infrastructure
                           and Carports at    Maintenance Facility. These      that will provide
                           Transit            new additions, when              long-term
                           Maintenance        combined with the existing       economic
 $4,500,689    $901,170    Facility           photovoltaic solar paneled       benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                           Technology         This grant will allow NCTD
                           replacements and to purchase and install            To invest in
                           enhancements;      automated passenger              transportation,
                           transit            counters, integrate its legacy   environmental
                           enhancements;      and enterprise resource          protection, and
                           right-of-way       planning (ERP) systems and       other
                           infrastructure     data; construct bus turn-out     infrastructure
                           replacements/rene lanes and install bus             that will provide
                           wals; preventive   shelters; replace or renew       long-term
$10,313,944   $7,889,963   maintenance and railroad right-of-way               benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                              This grant has allowed the       This grant
                                              transit agencies to purchase     funding will
                                              four new buses, to install 24    provide for
                                              Electronic Fare collection       preventive
                                              System on vehicles, to           maintenance
                                              install bus stop amenities, to   on our entire
                                              improving transit center, and    vehicle fleet.
                           09 ARRA 5307       to conduct preventive            As a result of
                           Program of         maintenance on 24 existing       these funds,
 $1,068,030   $1,068,030   Projects           buses. As a result of these      San Luis            More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                                              The grant funds is               protection, and
                                              completely expended              other
                                              pending release of 10%           infrastructure
                                              construction retention. The      that will provide
                        Vallejo Multimodal    estimated release of the         long-term
                        Station               retention would be by the        economic
  $439,212     $439,212 Construction          end of December 2011.            benefits. To        More than 50% Completed
                                              During the past quarter,         The transit
                                              Caltrain continued state of      agency?s
                                              good repair work associated      Recovery Act
                         Track, Bridge,       with the Track and               grant is being
                         Signal & Bike        Infrastructure Improvements      used to perform
                         Improvements;        project and continued            state-of-good-
                         amended to           working toward the               repair track and
                         Track, Signal,       replacement of the               infrastructure
                         Bike Improv & Op.    Operations Control Center.       rehabilitation,
$10,996,214   $9,799,937 As                   The Bike Racks on Trains         the design and      More than 50% Completed
                         Lodi Shop Solar      To invest in public              The
                         Power, Lodi          transportation by purchasing     infrastructure
                         Security Systems,    and installing automated         will invest in
                         Lodi Farebox, Galt   fareboxes on transit buses,      public
                         Preventive           cameras, security systems,       transportation,
                         Maintenance, Galt    buses and shelters,              provide
                         Bus Purchase,        constructing ancillary           environmentally
                         Galt                 structure and solar panels       friendly system,
                         Op/Maintenance       for Transit Maintenance          safer and
 $1,063,176   $1,063,176 Facility, Galt Bus   Shop, provideing preventive      secured             Less Than 50% Completed
                                           The final project of this grant- $475,000 in
                                           -the Giro-Hastus program         operational
                                           modules integration with         support was
                                           existing system--is moving previously
                                           along per schedule and we drawn down to
                                           are waiting for additional       support
                          ARRA Van         progress invoicing at this       infrastructure
                          Replacement,     time with spending of            activities.
                          Fareboxes and IT $18,845 in this quarter and Cumulative
 $4,390,722    $4,390,722 Software         more spending anticipated total spent on             More than 50% Completed
                                           10/10/11 Signal VALLEY           To invest in
                                           (LACMTA) #510033 update: transportation,
                                           New Project Manager (PM) environmental
                                           assigned. Contract Task          protection, and
                                           Order (CTO) approved for         other
                                           signal design of Burbank         infrastructure
                                           Junction. 5% design              that will provide
                                           received 10/5/11. 30%            long-term
                                           design expected end of Oct economic
 $1,200,675    $1,200,675 VCTC Signals     2011. Project completion         growth.             Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                            This project is
                                                                            to invest in
                                                                            transportation,
                                           10/07/11 - The Trestles          environmental
                                           Bridge project has resumed protection, and
                                           work as of 9/1/2011. Also, other
                          Transit center   the Catenary Wire Project is infrastructure
                          electrification, now complete which reflects that will provide
                          track and bridge in the decline in number of long-term
$32,802,483   $27,146,526 rehabilitation   jobs created for the quarter. economic               Less Than 50% Completed
                          Buy 4            This grant will allow Gold       This quarter the
                          Replacement      Coast Transit to purchase        expenditures
                          Vans, Buy 8 35-  replacement supervisory          were used for
                          foot Expansion   vehicles, 2 of which will be facility remodel.
                          Buses, Acquire   wheelchair accessible in         The purpose of
                          Mobile Fare      order to provide emergency this grant is to
                          Collection       transportation to passengers invest in public
                          Equipment,       with disabilities; purchase 8 transportation
                          Acquire Mobile   expansion 35-foot transit        by purchasing
 $4,909,652    $3,269,381 Surveillance and buses that are fueled with       8 new               More than 50% Completed
                                           1)Keller Yard: waiting final     To invest in
                                           Project Budget Re-allocation transportation,
                                           (PBR) and journal transfer       environmental
                                           completions. Project close protection, and
                                           out 98%. 2) PTC: Safety other
                                           Plan submitted to FRA for        infrastructure
                                           informal review; final           that will provide
                          Track Rehab,     submittal to be 1/2012.          long-term
                          Positive Train   Preparing to respond to FRA economic
$22,726,582   $22,726,582 Control          comments on Development growth.                      Less Than 50% Completed
                                           As of June 30th 2011, the        Long Beach
                                           Long Beach Transit ARRA Transit is
                                           grant is 95% expended, with utilizing ARRA
                                           only 4% obligated and 1% in grant funds to
                                           the balance. As mentioned support and
                                           in the last quarterly report     maintain the
                                           the majority of the              company's
                          Bus Capital and  construction for the multi-      existing capital
                          Bus Stop         bus stop project was             infrastructure
$16,026,879   $16,026,879 Amenities        completed with only the last by purchasing           More than 50% Completed
                                           1)Preventive Maintenance - Omnitrans
                                           $9.6 million to provide          entered into an
                                           preventive maintenance on agreement with
                                           the agency's fleet of buses the city of
                                           and facility. This project has Yucaipa to
                                           been completed; 2) ERP           cooperate and
                          ERP;Farebox;Yuc Phase 1 - $1.8 million to         participate in
                          aipa;Vudeo Sys; update and install a new          the
                          Preventive       enterprise resource planning development
$20,069,981    $1,500,000 Maintenance      system for the agency.           and                 More than 50% Completed
                                                This grant has allowed the
                                                City of Modesto to fund
                                                necessary preventive
                                                maintenance activities to
                                                preserve local funding for
                                                essential public transit
                          Preventive            services, saving bus
                          Maintenance and       operator jobs. This grant
                          Capital Cost of       allows Modesto to minimize
 $5,586,606            $0 Contracting           service cuts while we                               Completed
                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                                                                               protection,and
                                             Installation and                  other
                                             commissioning of solar            infrastructure
                                             panels by Cupertino Electric      that will provide
                          Installation of    Inc. In addition, the             long-term
                          Photovoltaic Solar feasibility study for Phase 2     economic
 $2,721,947    $2,721,947 Panels             was also started.                 benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                                                                               The project will
                                                                               (1) improve
                                                                               access to the
                                                During the quarter ending      vessels,
                                                September 30, 2011, the        making it
                                                following work was             easier, faster
                                                performed and progress         and safer for
                          Sausalito Ferry       made: Continuation of          regular ferry
                          Landing               environmental evaluations      passengers
  $450,063       $450,063 Improvements          and studies.                   and bicyclists       Less Than 50% Completed
                                                Purchase of Transit Center-    Build a Transit
                                                The purpose is to              Center that will
                                                accommodate the increase       accomodate
                                                demand for service. During     the growing
                                                the quarter, Construction of   needs of the
                                                the Transit Center has been    City of Santa
                          Transit Center        completed. The New             Maria. The old
                          Project/Fleet         Transit Center was opened      transit center is
                          Replacement           to the public on 6/19/2011.    not able to
 $2,329,918    $2,329,918 Project               Deliverables- We received      accomodate           More than 50% Completed
                          Preventive            Capitalized Preventive         PURPOSE: To
                          Maintenance,          Maintenance - maintenance      invest in public
                          Information           of transit vehicles and        transportation
                          Technology            related equipment per FTA      infrastructure
                          Equipment             definition. Purchase and       that will provide
                          Replacement,          installation of desktop        long-term
                          Replace Support       computer equipment and         economic
                          VehiclesRenovate      servers about 95%              benefits. The
                          Yards, Acquire        completed. Replacement of      amount of
 $4,927,855    $4,927,855 Shop Equipment,       non-revenue support            Federal ARRA         More than 50% Completed
                          Replacement of        The various components of      This grant
                          Train Auxiliary       the project are progressing    award will
                          Power Equipment,      well and overall have          improve the
                          Cables on             reached >70% completion.       safety and
                          Transbay Tube,        The Balboa Park Walkway        reliability of the
                          and Coverboards,      and Concord Shop Wheel         transit system
                          Improve walkway       Truing Machine Projects        and also
                          safey at a station,   have completed their ARRA-     improve the
                          Car Interior          funded work. As of June 30,    passenger
$24,441,270   $24,441,270 Modifications, and    2011, the Coverboards          comfort level.       More than 50% Completed
                                                Bus Stop Replacement           Purposes: (1)
                                                Project -Quarter ending Sept   To preserve
                          Norwalk Transit       30, 2011: IFB ready for        and create jobs
                          System Rehab of       release, pending City          and promote
                          Bus Shelters,         Council approval on            economic
                          Transit Facilities    10/04/11. In prior quarters:   recovery. (2) To
                          Improvements,         Request for Proposals          assist those
                          and Preventive        (RFP) released June 7,         most impacted
                          Maintenance of        2010 for site evaluation,      by the
 $1,525,914    $1,525,914 Transit Vehicles      construction management        recession. (3)       More than 50% Completed
                                                  Funds will be used for the       Funds will be
                                                  following projects:              used for the
                                                  Construction of the Mall         following
                                                  Transfer Station;                projects:
                                                  Design/Engineering of the        Construction of
                                                  Regional Operations Center;      the Mall
                                                  Associated capital               Transfer
                            PM/Constr bus         maintenance items;               Station;
                            station/miant         Computer/Communications          Design/Engine
  $6,941,181     $6,941,181 fac/equip             equipment and software;          ering of the         Completed
                                                  This grant will allow the        The
                                                  SFMTA to rehabilitate            SFMTA’s
                                                  approximately 143 light rail     Recovery Act
                                                  vehicles; engage in              grant was used
                                                  preventive maintenance           to restore the
                                                  activities to preserve/extend    worn out door
                            Infrastructure        the functionality of the         and step
                            Enhancement and       SFMTA’s assets;                components of
                            Maintenance           rehabilitate about 35            up to 147 light
 $69,601,979    $61,079,105 Projects              standard and 27 articulated      rail vehicles;       More than 50% Completed
                                                  A grant to modernize transit     (4) To invest in
                                                  fleets through vehicle           transportation,
                                                  replacement and expansion,       environmental
                                                  to modernize and upgrade         protection, and
                                                  physical facilities, such as     other
                                                  bus terminals, stops,            infrastructure
                                                  maintenance and storage          that will provide
                            5311 Transit          facilities and park-and-ride     long-term
                            Improvements in       lot, to improve fare             economic
 $24,735,856    $23,525,545 non-urban areas       collection, security,            benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                                                  #1) Restoration of the City of   To invest in
                                                  Vallejo Ferry Terminal - The     transportation,
                                                  project is completed pending     environmental
                                                  release of 10% construction      protection, and
                                                  retention. #2) Repair and        other
                                                  Rehabilitation of the Bus        infrastructure
                            PM/Repower            Maintenance Facility -           that will provide
                            Ferry/Rehab and       Construction project is          long-term
                            Renovate Bus and      completed. #3)                   economic
  $9,621,790     $9,567,795 Ferry Facilities      Preventative Maintenance -       benefits. To         Completed
                                                  This grant will allow            LACMTA's
                            Bus Replacement,      LACMTA to purchase               Recovery Act
                            bus overhaul,         approximately 141 CNG            grant will be
                            Emergency             buses, overhaul 342 buses,       used for bus
                            egress, Fiber         implement pedestrian             purchases, bus
                            Optics, Traction      improvements at the Metro        overhaul,
                            Power                 Red Line 7th and Flower          design and
                            substations, and      station, replace rail            construction of
                            CNG compression       communications equipment,        emergency
$155,709,606   $155,709,606 electrification       replace 20 aging traction        egress, fiber        More than 50% Completed
                            Fixed Guideway        The various components of        This grant
                            Modifications         the project are progressing      award will
                            include               well and overall have            improve the
                            preventative          reached >80% completion.         safety and
                            maintenance,          The component of the             reliability of the
                            replacement of        project involving preventive     transit system
                            switchgear,           maintenance on BART              and also
                            construct a           revenue vehicles and             improve the
                            crossover, interior   equipment has been               passenger
 $41,054,668    $41,054,668 car modifications,    completed. In addition, the      comfort level.       More than 50% Completed




  210303.87                                       PMO Support                                           Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This grant has allowed          Invest in public
                                            Regional Transportation         transportation
                                            District to purchase            by purchasing
                                            Automated Passenger             Automated
                                            Counter (APC) for Light Rail    Passenger
                                            Vehicles, the 16th Street       Counter (APC)
                        ARRA Purchase       Mall Shuttles, and buses        for Light Rail
                        Automated           that operate on the I-25        Vehicles, the
                        Passenger           HOV lanes. No activity          16th Street Mall
  $743,585     $743,585 Counter             occurred during this quarter.   Shuttles, and       More than 50% Completed
                                                                            Invest in public
                                                                            transportation
                                                                            by improving
                                            Invest in public                the heating
                                            transportation by improving     system at the
                                            the heating system at the       Boulder bus
                                            Boulder bus maintenance         maintenance
                         Boulder Boiler     facility located in Boulder,    facility located
                         Replacement        CO. No activity occurred        in Boulder, CO.
   $46,336       $46,336 Project            during this quarter.            This project will   Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                            Invest in public
                                                                            transportation
                                                                            by upgrading
                                            Invest in public                the heating
                                            transportation by upgrading     system at the
                                            the heating system at the       East Metro bus
                                            East Metro bus maintenance      maintenance
                         East Metro Boiler facility located in Aurora,      facility located
                         Replacement        CO. During this quarter no      in Aurora, CO.
   $69,504       $69,504 Project            activity occurred.              This project will   Less Than 50% Completed
                                            There has been no activity      The City of
                                            on this grant in the last       Pueblo has
                                            quarter. The remainder          expended
                                            funds on this project will be   $2,345,935.17
                                            obligated by end of year to     for bus
                                            purchase a voice                replacement
                                            enunciation system for          and bus
                                            buses. The Request for          equipment
                                            Proposal (RFP) for the voice    acquisition.
 $2,345,935   $2,345,935 Buses Purchase enunciation system was              The vehicles        More than 50% Completed
                                            10/7/2011 - All projects are    The
                                            completed and all               infrastructure
                                            expenditures have been          expenditures
                                            drawn down on. However,         serve to
                                            we cannot make this our         replace out-
                         2009 Transit       final report as the grant has   dated
                         Capital Assistance not been closed out in          equipment
                         Grants -           TEAM. We expect this to         (replacement
                         Urbanized Area     occur within a few days and     vehicles), add
 $3,398,340   $3,398,340 Funding Program. the next quarter's report will    equipment to        Completed
                                            This Recovery Act grant will    Mesa County's
                                            allow for the construction of   Recovery Act
                                            a new bus maintenance           grant will be
                                            facility for Grand Valley       used for the
                                            Transit which will replace      construction of
                                            the existing facility. The      a new bus
                         Grand Valley       new facility will provide       maintenance
                         Transit Bus        adequate bus parking, staff     facility and
                         Maintenance        and delivery parking, parts     through this
 $1,242,612   $1,242,612 Facility           storage, meeting safety         project it will     More than 50% Completed
                                            1/26/11: 1)Summit County        Facilities for
                                            facility project completed      Transit
                                            Nov 30, 2010 2)Three            Maintenance
                                            operating projects: SUCAP       and
                         ARRA Colorado      continues to draw down          Operations.
                         Department of      funds Lake County/Summit        Assit those
                         Transportation-    County continues to draw        most impacted.
                         Transit and Rail   down funds Costilla County      Preserve/Creat
                         Division Primary developing Scope of Work          e jobs; and
$11,486,421   $9,786,218 Recipient Record for 2011 contract                 economic            More than 50% Completed
                                                Invest in public                  To invest in
                                                transportation by performing      transportation,
                                                preventative maintenance          environmental
                                                on existing buses,                protection, and
                                                purchasing six new intercity      other
                                                buses, building Q Jumps for       infrastructure
                          ARRA: DUS,            buses along US-36 and             that will provide
                          Rolling Stock,        deploying a new farebox           long-term
                          Facility              collection system. This           economic
$53,136,199   $53,136,199 Improvements          grant will also invest in         benefits by       More than 50% Completed
                          Fixed Route and       Due to declining sales tax        This grant will
                          Paratransit Transit   revenues, Mountain                be used to
                          Operational Costs,    Metropolitan Transit faced        provide
                          Capital               up to a 50% reduction in          preventative
                          Construction and      local fixed route services        maintenace for
                          Improvements,         and up to a 10% reduction in      its fleet of 48
                          Securtiy              paratransit services for          buses, 47
                          Upgrades, and         2010. This grant allowed          paratransit
                          Service Vehicle       Mountain Metropolitan             vans, bus
 $7,628,990    $5,871,212 Acquisitions.         Transit (MMT) to fund 3rd         stations, stops More than 50% Completed
                                                This grant allowed the            Investment in
                                                Greater Bridgeport Transit        public
                                                Authority to commence a           transportation.
                                                mid-life bus engine               Under the
                                                repowering project. During        American
                                                this reporting period, the        Recovery and
                                                project was bid, awarded          Reinvestment
                          Engine                and re-powering                   Act (ARRA)
                          Repowering            commenced. As a result of         and in
        $0             $0 Program               this investment, Greater          cooperation       Less Than 50% Completed
                                                Update as of 9/30/11:
                                                Buses This Quarter:
                                                Construction of the first pilot
                                                Nova 60ft Hybrid Diesel-
                                                Electric Transit Bus is
                                                complete and final touchups
                                                are continuing. The
                          Stationary Fuel       remaining five (5) Nova 60ft
                          Cells & Hybrid        Hybrid Diesel-Electric
        $0             $0 Buses                 Transit Buses are in                              Not Started
                          ARRA Section          As of 9/30/11: The Estuary        As more fully
                          5309 -                Transit District purchased a      described
                          Procurement of        spare mobile data terminal        above, this
                          Bus Rolling Stock     (MDT). In addition, the           grant has
                          and Support           Department is working with        provided the
                          Equipment;            the Estuary Transit District      Connecticut
                          Maintenance           on the review and approval        Department of
                          Facility              of a 5th vehicle. The             Transportation
                          Improvements and      Department has been               (CDOT) with
 $1,315,482    $1,315,482 Purchase of Bus       working with the                  100% Federal Less Than 50% Completed
                                                This grant allowed the            Investment in
                                                Greater Bridgeport Transit        public
                                                Authority to commence a           transportation.
                                                mid-life bus engine               Under the
                                                repowering project. During        American
                                                this reporting period, the        Recovery and
                                                project was bid, awarded          Reinvestment
                          Engine                and re-powering                   Act (ARRA)
                          Repowering            commenced. As a result of         and in
 $2,799,996    $2,799,996 Program               this investment, Greater          cooperation     More than 50% Completed
                                                As of 9/30/11: Construction       The bus
                                                of the first pilot Nova 60'       procurement
                                                Hybrid Diesel-Electric            represents an
                          ARRA Section          Transit Bus is complete and       investment in
                          5307 - Statewide      final touchups are                Connecticut
                          replacement of        continuing. The remaining         transportation,
                          136 buses and         nine (9) Nova 60' Hybrid          will enable
                          Improvements to       Diesel-Electric Buses are in      CDOT to
                          Park and Ride         production.              Next     provide safe,
$64,844,539   $64,844,539 Lots.                 Quarter: Delivery of buses        efficient,      Less Than 50% Completed
                          ARRA Section     As of 9/30/11, NHL Stations      This 2009
                          5307 - 2009      Improvements - Phase A,          ARRA grant
                          Program of       Banton Construction              constitutes an
                          Projects         completed painting at the        investment in
                          consisting of: 1)majority of stations, except     Connecticuts
                          NHL Station      final touch-up painting at       public
                          Improvement      stations requiring canopies      transportation
                          Improvement      to be removed and replaced.      infrastructure
                          Project, 2)      80% of the canopy roofs          by effecting the
$14,233,266   $14,233,266 Branford Railroadhave been re-installed at        major capital    Less Than 50% Completed
                                           As of 9/30/11: Install           This 2009
                                           145,601' of power & signal       ARRA grant
                          Section 5309     cable, 124,179' FO cable,        constitutes an
                          ARRA - New       wheel detector & spare           investment in
                          Haven Yard       cable inner duct between         Connecticuts
                          Component        Norwalk & Danbury; Spot          public
                          Changeout (CCO) 700' cable tray install 3,820'    transportation
                          Shop; Danbury    cable tray between Wilton &      infrastructure
                          Branch CTC       Danbury; Install 41 signal       by effecting the
$26,536,449   $26,536,449 Signalization    transfrmers & 9 snow             major capital    Less Than 50% Completed
                                           ARRA funds in the amount         The Stamford
                                           of $2,800,000 will be used to    Urban
                                           accelerate construction of a     Transitway
                                           minimum operable segment         project will
                                           (MOS) of the Stamford            contribute to
                                           Urban Transitway (SUT), a        the purposes of
                                           1.6 mile fixed guideway          the Recovery
                                           connector, from Elm Street       Act through
                          Stamford Urban   and going north along Myrtle     creation of
   2800000       2800000 Transitway        Avenue. This acceleration        construction     Less Than 50% Completed
                                           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
                          Solar Panel      within the facilities are
  $752,970             $0 Installations    annual reduction of                                 Less Than 50% Completed
                                           (25-514-02) Four (4) new         25-514-02 Rail
                                           Silverliner V rail cars have     Car Purchase:
                                           been ordered from SEPTA          Allows
                                           and delivery is expected in      DelDOT's
                                           mid 2012, no expenditures        Delaware
                                           to date; (27-531-04)             Transit
                                           Construction of additional       Corporation
                                           bus maintenance service          (DTC) to
                          4 Rail Cars, ADA bays and a parts room at the     purchase 4 new
 $9,365,144    $9,365,144 Imp, Facilities  DART Mid-County Facility is      Silverliner V rail More than 50% Completed




                                              Activities included Grantee
                                              meetings, document
                                              reviews, site visits, and
                                              preparation of trip reports
 218399.96                                    and monitoring reports                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                              Completed planning for
                                              conducting EEO
                                              Compliance Reviews for
                                              ARRA recipients.
                                              Completed planning and
                                              scheduling assignments.
                                              Conducted desk reviews
                                              and issued agenda letters
   26851.8                                    for one ARRA recipients.                     Less Than 50% Completed
                                                During this quarter,
                                                conducted Title VI
                                                Compliance Reviews for the
                                                following ARRA recipients:
                                                VA DOT,Santa Cruz MTD,
   263478.7                                     SD DOT, WS DOT.                                More than 50% Completed




                                                During this quarter, training
                                                was provided to over 200
     150490                                     employees of State DOTs                        Completed




                                              During this quarter, work
                                              was primarily performed to
                                              issue reports and finalize on-
                                              site compliance reviews of
  731185.23                                   ARRA grant recipients.                              More than 50% Completed
                                              Through the end of                The
                                              September, 2011, Metro has        Washington
                                              expended $11.3 million of         Metropolitan
                                              the $17.7 million awarded.        Area Transit
                                              All projects have begun. All      Authority
                                              remaining funds are               (Metro) Fixed
                            Rail              committed to contract             Guideway
                            Improvements & awards and staff labor.              Recovery Act
                            Equipment         Progress through                  grant will invest
 $14,584,226    $14,584,226 Purchases         September, 2011 for               in                More than 50% Completed
                                              The TIGER grant will foster       The TIGER
                                              the development of a              grant will allow
                                              regional network for priority     to National
                                              buses in the Washington,          Capital region
                                              DC region, including              to invest in
                            PRIORITY BUS      improving bus transportation      transportation,
                            TRANSIT IN THE along priority corridors in the      environmental
                            NATIONAL          District of Columbia,             protection, and
                            CAPITAL           Maryland, and Virginia,           other
   $390,006        $390,006 REGION            multimodal improvements           infrastructure    Less Than 50% Completed
                                              Metro has expended $132.9         The
                                              million of the $184.1 million     Washington
                                              awarded. Metro has                Metropolitan
                                              obligated $171.3 million in       Area Transit
                                              contracts. $12.8 million will     Authority
                                              be spent on work performed        (Metro) ARRA
                                              by WMATA staff and for            Fixed
                            Buses(47),        future contract awards.           Guideway
                            vans(74), station Progress on active projects       Grant Program
$148,926,977   $148,926,977 upgrades          includes: - Site preparation      contains          More than 50% Completed
                                              Staff performed Project
                                              Management Oversight
                                              functions for FTA ARRA
                                              Grant projects to verify
                                              project progress and
                                              expenditures for SW Moody
                                              Streetcar Improvements in
                                              Portland, OR and ODOT
                                              Passenger Vehicle
     103693                                   Procurement for Salem, OR.                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                             Conceptual design review
                                             for all major systems
                                             including but not limited to,
                                             Trucks wheels and motors,
                                             Prime mover engine and
                                             generator, engine control
                                             systems, Head end power,
                                             Braking system, Air
                       FY09 ARRA (1)         compressor ect on the
$2,492,106          $0 Locomotives           locomotive was conducted                     More than 50% Completed
                                                                           The grant funds
                                                                           that have been
                                                                           spent so far
                                                                           were for the
                                            Waiting for delivery of final van with
                                            bus to be purchased with       wheelchair
                          2009 ARRA         this grant. The bus should access and
                          FHWA Flex Funds be received in December          eleven support
 $282,601     $282,601    - Two Buses       2011.                          vehicles.          Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                           This grant
                                            During this period, 7 35-foot provided
                                            buses were received and        funding for the
                                            placed in service, passenger replacement of
                                            amenities and bicycle          vehicles which
                                            equipment was purchased have exceeded
                                            and installed; orders for 7    their useful life,
                                            trolleys, 2 40-foot buses and shop
                          TRANSIT           2 29-foot vehicles for ADA     equipment,
$4,576,082   $4,576,082   CAPITAL           service were finalized         hardware and More than 50% Completed
                                            Conceptual design review
                                            for all major systems
                                            including but not limited to,
                                            Trucks wheels and motors,
                                            Prime mover engine and
                                            generator, engine control
                                            systems, Head end power,
                                            Braking system, Air
                          FY09 ARRA (4)     compressor ect on the
 $444,958           $0    Locomotives       locomotive was conducted                          Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                           This project will
                                                                           provide the
                                                                           infrastructure
                                                                           for efficient and
                                                                           continuing
                                                                           transit
                                            During the 4thQ FY2011         operations for
                          Exp-3 Buses/10    there were encumberances Lake County
                          vans, Repl-2vans, and a small ($13,047)          and effectively
$1,256,958   $1,016,891   P and R           drawdown.                      provide Lake       More than 50% Completed
                                            This grant allows the District To invest in
                                            to purchase additional         transportation,
                                            service suport vehicles,       environmental
                                            construct a new fueling        protection, and
                          Vehicle           island and money counting other
                          replacement,      building, install additional   infrastructure
                          Construction of   security measures, perform that will provide
                          new facility,     preventive capital             long-term
                          Operating         maintenance, and provide       economic
$3,196,604   $2,803,250   assistance        operating assistance. As a benefits.              More than 50% Completed
                                            Quarter 4 of Fiscal Year       Infrastructure
                                            2011 Drew $1,150 for           purpose is to
                                            purchase of pass stock from improve service
                                            GFI, Genfare, Inc. Made        by improving
                                            progress on new facility by vehicle
                                            initiating Documented          maintenance to
                                            Categorical Exclusion for      reduce
                                            County Yard property.          breakdowns.
                          Construct Transit Phase 1 Environmental          Service will
 $655,704     $655,704    Facility          Assessment of County Yard also be                 Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                           Driver
                                            No activities for this         Seats,Service
 $652,064       $74,465 SunTran - ARRA      reporting period.              vehicle           Less Than 50% Completed
                                            During the reporting period,   To invest in
                                            the Architect/Engineer (A/E)   transportation,
                                            Design Professional            environmental
                                            completed work on the site     protection, and
                                            work design and the building   other
                                            design. The actual design      infrastucture
                                            work was 100% complete at      that will provide
                                            the end of the reporting       long-term
                        ARRA Capital -      period and the Construction    ecomonic
 $140,212      $140,212 Transit Depot (1)   Bid Package was issued for     benefits.         Less Than 50% Completed
                        Purchase 9 35
                        foot Hybrid buses
                        and purchase 5
                        22' cutaway
                        paratransit         This is the first step in
                        vehicles and        getting our fleet into going
                        Rhab/Renovate       green by going to hybrid
                        administration      vehicles which should use
                        facility, transit   less fuel.No vendors are
$6,650,181   $6,650,181 enhancements,       less than $25000.              no                  More than 50% Completed
                                                                           To invest in
                                        Palm Beach County is               transportation,
                                        reporting the installation of 8    environmental
                                        of the 13 motor fans (EMPs)        protection, and
                                        that are funded by this grant,     other
                                        installation of the remaining      infrastructure
                                        5 fans is expected to be           that will provide
                        PBC - TIGGER - completed by the end of the         long-term
                        Thermal Motor   1st Quarter of Fiscal Year         economic
 $196,923      $196,923 Fans            2012.                              benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                                        Collier Area Transit: The          After
                                        ITS project for AVL, APC,          completion,
                                        AVA, RTI has begun. The            funding will
                                        vendor has been selected           result in
                        Two Replacement and Notice to Proceed was          increased
                        Buses; ADA      issued on August 22, 2011.         efficiency,
                        Operations;     The Request for Purchase           better service
                        Miscellaneous   for the Electronic Fareboxes       for customers
                        Security/ITS    was advertised on                  with disabilities
$1,331,186   $1,331,186 Equipment       September 27, 2011.                and cutting-        More than 50% Completed
                                                                           Purchase of
                                                                           buses,
                                                                           generator for
                                                                           administrative
                                                                           transit building,
                                                                           and purchase &
                                                                           relocation of
                        Replacement of      2 Buses placed on order to     dislocated
                        buses, Park &       be delivered approximately     tenants due to
$2,958,835   $2,958,835 Ride                Dec 2010.                      purchase of         More than 50% Completed
                                            Design of transit
                                            administration facility has
                                            been completed. Contract       Infrastructure
                                            for general contractor         expenditures
                                            awarded during June 2011.      during 2011/Q3
                                            To date, $142,567.47 of        were for
                                            ARRA funds have been           construction of
                       Transit              expended on project design     new transit
                       Administration       and construction. In           administration
 $370,673     $142,569 Building             addition, $203,763.04 has      facility.       Less Than 50% Completed
                                                10 Type 1, 20 Type II, and 4
                                                Type III Brasco International
                                                shelters and benches,
                                                interior solar lighting for 2
                                                Type II shelters, and 160
                                                inverted U-bicycle racks              All activities
                                                were received in September            related to
                          ARRA 2 Buses,         2011. ITS is set to go live           ARRA award
                          ITS, equip,           in October 2011. Automatic            are considered
 $3,993,678    $3,993,678 Transfer Fac          Vehicle Monitoring (AVM)              infrastructure.     More than 50% Completed
                                                Funding was utilized for              FTA Section
                                                capitalized maintenance               5307 ARRA
                                                activities of the existing bus        Capital
                                                fleet. No new jobs were               assistance for
                                                created along these lines as          the Winter
                                                existing Fleet Maintenance            Haven Area
                          WHAT (5) Bus,         staff was utilized. Funding           Transit system.
                          PM, Fare              was utilized for the purchase         These funds
                          Collection,           of 20 Mobile Data Terminals           will be used for
 $2,303,567    $2,303,567 Surv/Sec              for paratransit operations            rolling stock,      More than 50% Completed
                                                Metromover Bicentennial               To invest in
                                                Park Station Rehab: The               transportation,
                                                negotiations with the                 environmental
                                                selected Design-Build firm            protection, and
                                                were completed on 7/13/11.            other
                         ARRA 5309              The Contract was awarded              infrastructure
                         Metrostation,          on 9/14/11, to Carivon                that will provide
                         Metrorail, &           Construction . WI-FI:                 long-term
                         Metromover             Vendor manufactured                   economic
  $925,874      $925,874 Projects               the(first article initial test )for   benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                                      All capital
                                                                                      expenditures
                                                                                      Including the
                                                                                      cost of buses
                                                                                      and Route
                                                RouteMatch AVL System is              Match, with the
                                                85% complete. All units are           exclusion of
                                                installed in the buses. The           Preventative
                            Purchase of five    dispatchers and drivers are           Maintenance
  $227,131     $1,452,434   Hybrid Buses        now being trained                     and Operating       More than 50% Completed
                                                Security enhancement                  To invest in
                                                projects have been                    transportation,
                                                completed in the North and            environmental
                                                South County locations;               protection, and
                                                expenditures reported for             other
                                                these projects only involve           infrastructure
                                                the payment of retainage to           that will provide
                            PBC - ARRA 25       contractors. The City of              long-term
                            Repl Buses, Maint Delray Beach reported labor             economic
$20,651,598   $18,528,098   Facility            hours for this quarter for the        benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                            ARRA 5307 Miami- No drawdowns for the                     To invest in
                            Dade Transit &      quarter. 9/15/11, a budget            transportation,
                            Municipal Projects revision was placed into               environmental
                            - vehicle           TEAM reducing the ADA                 protection, and
                            purchases,          project ALI 11.93.09 from             other
                            infrastructure,     $494,244 to $6,430. (1) of            infrastructure
                            ADA pedestrain      (6) stations were completed           that will provide
                            accessibility,      the other stations will be            long-term
                            CCTV, TOS           funded with thru States               economic
 $7,744,722    $7,744,722   upgrade, station    funds. Metromover                     benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                            Purchase of buses This grant has allowed                  HART's
                            and paratransit     HART to purchase 20                   Recovery Act
                            vans, accessibility replacement 40-FT buses               grant was used
                            and facility        and 2 expansion paratransit           to purchase 20
                            improvements,       vans. It will also allow an           40-FT buses, to
                            streetcar           exterior body overhaul of             renovate and
                            extension and       107 transit buses. HART will          rehab it's 21st
                            maintenance,        purchase and install 80               Avenue
                            purchase of         security surveillance                 Operating
$13,538,175   $12,022,805   fareboxes, fleet    cameras and 5 DVRs at 3               Facility, to        More than 50% Completed
                                                  Construction on the           The County's
                                              Intermodal Transit Transfer       grant for capital
                                              Facility began in October,        projects
                                              2010. As of September 30,         includes
                                              2011, completed work              construction of
                          Construct Facility; includes: site prep, drainage     transit related
                          Bike/Pedestrian     and sewer lines, retention        infrastructure;
                          Accessibility; Park area, main building               i.e.; signs; bus
                          and Ride;           construction, colonnade           stop shelters;
 $1,498,947    $1,257,280 Amenities           area, exterior doors/frames,      transit security; More than 50% Completed


                                                                                This grant
                                                                                allows the
                                                                                transit agency
                                                                                to purchase 10
                                           This grant allows the transit        low sulfer, low
                                           agency to purchase 10 low            floor buses,
                          FY2009 10 Buses, sulfer, low floor buses, and 3       and 3 new mini-
 $3,987,989    $3,987,989 3 P-T            new mini-buses.                      buses.             Completed
                                           This grant has allowed               PSTA's ARRA
                                           PSTA to purchase 14 new              grant was used
                                           replacement buses. A                 to purchase 14
                                           purchase order for the               new 35' hybrid-
                          ARRA 2009-14     buses was issued on                  electric
                          Hybrid buses,    9/2/2009, after Board                replacement
                          Communication    approval on 8/26/2009. First         buses,
                          system,          vehicle was delivered on             purchase of a
                          Passenger        7/18/2010 and final vehicle          AVL with real-
$11,003,473   $10,509,133 Amenities        was delivered on 8/6/2010.           time passenger     More than 50% Completed
                                                                                Infrastructure
                                                                                improvements
                                                                                include buses,
                                                                                mobility
                                                                                management
                                               Deliverables include buses,      services,
                                               mobility management              preventative
                            Non-urbanized      services, preventative           maintenance,
                            transit capital    maintenance, security            security
$15,914,532   $15,158,147   assistance         systems, lighting, shelters      systems,           More than 50% Completed
                                               Notice of Commencement           Construction of
                                               issued for Park & Ride lot on    park and ride in
                                               August 22, 2011, anticipate      progress. Bus
                                               substantial completion by        Wash
                                               November 21, 2011.               completed
                                               Currently requesting FTA for     June 3, 2010.
                                               permission to submit Budget      Infrastructure
                            FY09 ARRA          Revision for unutilized          improvement of
                            GRANT: Parking ARRA grant funds. Both               installing bus
  $339,844      $199,006    Lot & Bus Wash large projects (Bus Wash /           wash to provide    Less Than 50% Completed
                                               This grant has allowed
                                               Space Coast Area Transit to
                                               purchase and receive 20
                                               replacement vans for the         Rehabilitation
                                               vanpool fleet program. Has       and renovation
                                               also allowed Transit             of South Bus
                            16 buses, 20       Services to rehabilitate and     Terminal in
                            vans, rehab and    renovate the South bus           Melbourne,
                            renovations, bus terminal to offer public           Brevard
 $3,833,046     $249,521    shelters           transportation service that is   County.           More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant will allow the        This grant will
                                               transit agency to purchase       allow the transit
                                               eight low-floor, energy-         agency to
                                               efficient buses, to purchase     purchase eight
                            Purchase of 8      and install approximately 50     low-floor,
                            Replacement        shelters for bus passengers,     energy-efficient
                            Buses, 50 Bus      and to purchase and install      buses, to
                            Shelters,          surveillance/secuirty            purchase and
                            Surveillance/Secur cameras and associated           install
 $2,694,919    $2,694,919   ity Equipment      equipment for buses. As a        approximately More than 50% Completed
                                              Guideway Switch Actuators       The JTA chose
                                              (skyway) are on order;          to spread their
                                              Community Vans received         ARRA
                                              and placed in service;          allocation over
                          ARRA - Expansion Several different Soil             its multi-modal
                          and Replacement testings were done for the          properties in
                          of various sizes of JTA lot and expansion trailer   order to
                          Buses, Renovate purchase project; Contract          complete
                          and                 signed for farebox purchase;    various projects
 $5,675,888    $3,794,039 upgradeFacilities Security Cameras                  that were in       Less Than 50% Completed
                                              BCT met with FTA Oversight      Activities
                                              Contractor & conducted site     funded under
                                              visits of several shelter       this grant will 1)
                                              locations. 1)MAINTENANCE        preserve &
                                              FACILITY: ACAI NTP              create jobs in
                          Ravenswood          issued for Pre-Design; kick-    the technology,
                          Facility            off & Storyboarding mtgs        transportation,
                          Construction,       held; ACAI performed site       manufacturing,
                          Technical & Stop visit; started interviews &        & construction
 $1,999,552      $399,552 Enhancement         programming mtgs for            industries 2)      Less Than 50% Completed
                                              This grant allowed LYNX to      To invest in
                                              continue manufacturing and      transportation,
                                              installation of 300 passenger   environmental
                                              shelters to protect and         protection and
                                              enhance our customers'          other
                                              transit experience;             infrastructure
                          ARRA 61             complete installation of two    that will provide
                          Vehicles,           new emergency generators;       long-term
                          Facilities,         upgrading the                   economic
$22,303,005   $22,033,796 Equipment           electrical/mechanical           benefits, to       More than 50% Completed




                                               Acquisition Support Services
                                               for FTA Office of
                                               Procurement. COTR: Paul
     71550                                     Veltri                                          More than 50% Completed
                                               Project progress during        The project will
                                               Quarter ending 9/30/11         provide for the
                                               included the mid-life          mid-life
                                               overhaul of 4, 2002 model      overhaul of 28,
                                               year compressed natural        2002 model
                                               gas powered Orion VII          year
                                               buses. This transit bus        compressed
                         ARRA - (2)            reconditioning and             natural gas
                         Replacement (28)      improvements project will      powered Orion
4417814.61    3229422.61 Rehab Vehicles        ensure the safe and reliable   VII buses. This Less Than 50% Completed
                                               October 5, 2011 exterior       preventative
                                               construction on the Lubs       maintenance
                                               Shop is completed. work        supplies were
                                               continues on the interior      purchased
                                               construction for plumbing      new radios
                                               and electrical. started on     were
                                               the Lube shop on 3-31-         purchased for
                                               2011. anticipated              the drivers to
                          ARRA Transit         completion in 90 days. A       communicate
  $449,560       $449,560 Capital Assistance   RFP was issued 11-15-2010      with the         More than 50% Completed
                          The projects         All ARRA funds budgeted        The transit
                          include preventive   for providing preventive       agency's
                          maintenance          maintenance, fixed route       Recovery Act
                          service, providing   and paratransit service, and   grant will be
                          paratransit and      the renovation of the CCT      used to (1)
                          fixed route          facility and bus wash area     conduct
                          service,             have been expended. The        preventive
                          renovation and       remaining ARRA funds are       maintenance
                          expansion of the     budgeted to be used to         on buses,
 $8,254,821    $6,748,722 transit facility,    construct a new paratransit    paratransit      More than 50% Completed
                                          (3rd Quarter 2011); No               The use of the
                                          activity for this period.            ARRA funds is
                                          ____________ (2nd Quarter            primarily for
                                          2011); $2561.00 in PM                capital
                                          (Mar/Apr/May.                        purchases that
                                          ____________ (1st Quarter            would not have
                                          2011); $410.00 in PM;                otherwise been
                         ARRA - Expansion $1168 in Vehicle                     procured
                         Vehicle-PM-Misc- Maintenance; ___________             without the
  $610,341      $610,341 Enhancements     (4th Quarter 2010);                  ARRA grant.    More than 50% Completed
                                                                               Replaced
                                                                               buses,purchas
                                                                               ed various
                                                                               support
                                                                               equipment
                          ARRA Aug 3 repl      Paid for small additional       including
                          bus/1 van/1          parts to vans purchased         mobile fare
                          truck/misc           earlier and for a warranty on   collection
 $2,431,435    $1,456,717 expense              navigation system.              systems.          Completed
                                               7 new buses have been           Seven
                                               ordered from the                replacement
                                               manufacturer.                   buses were
                                               Manufacturing is expected       purchased with
                                               to begin mid year 2010. We      these funds.
                                               anticipate first bus delivery   The buses
                                               Feb. 01, 2011 and last bus      have been
                          CAT ARRA 7           Feb.25,2011. New radios         received and
                          replace bus/Trans    have been delivered and         are in
 $4,461,849    $4,012,810 Enhancement          paid for. Bus Shelters have     operations.       More than 50% Completed
                          Five replacements    Approvals from FTA for the      The small
                          vans, five           reallocation of the remaining   maintenance
                          expanision vans,     funds from ALI 11.7A.00         and repair
                          two                  (Preventative Maintenance)      projects
                          administrative/ope   to ALIs 11.44.03                Douglas
                          rations vehicles,    (Rehab/Renovation               County has
                          preventive           Admin/Maint Facility) and       undertaken
                          maintenance,         11.42.20 (Acquisition           provided work
                          rehab/renovation     Miscellaneous Equipment)        for local
  $332,561       $332,561 admin/maintenanc     were recieved in late June      contractors/ven   More than 50% Completed
                                               On July 1, 2010, this grant     The purposes
                                               was amended to provide $5       of this
                                               million in additional Federal   investment are
                                               assistance for an additional    to preserve and
                          Preventive           project - the MARTA Rail AC     create jobs and
                          Maintenance; Rail    Track Circuit Upgrade and       promote
                          AC Track Circuit     Train Alert Lights project.     economic
                          Upgrade and Train    This is in addition to the      recovery, to
                          Alert Lights         previously awarded funding      stabilize the
$25,097,062   $25,097,062 Project              that supported the              Metropolitan      More than 50% Completed
                                               The Sigman Park and Ride
                                               lot expansion is complete.
                                               We are currently waiting on     To invest in
                                               punch list items to be          transportation,
                                               complete to continue the        environmental
                                               project close out process.      protection and
                                               One punch list item, the        othe
                          ARRA Bus-            interconnect between the        infastructure
                          1/Construct Park     signal installed at the         providing long-
 $3,215,388      $654,187 & Ride Facilities    intersection of Chambers        term benefits. More than 50% Completed
                          Purchase of four     This grant allows the transit   The purpose of
                          (4) replacement      agency to purchase four (4)     this
                          buses, three (3)     Low Floor Clean Diesel and      infrastructure
                          replacement          three (3) Trolley Clean         investment with
                          Trolleys,            Diesel Buses, replace worn      funds made
                          Enhancement          out shelters, trash cans,       available under
                          replacement and      benches, install security       the recovery
                          security             cameras on eight (8)            act will
                          equipment            existing buses and install      preserve and
 $2,769,670    $2,769,670 installation.        automatic stop                  create jobs and More than 50% Completed
                          Preventive         During the quarter ended        The purposes
                          Maintenance for    September 30, 2011,             of this
                          Bus/Rail           activities performed under      investment are
                          Operations;        this grant supported            to invest in
                          Procurement of 17  MARTA's Fire Protection         transportation,
                          replacement        System Upgrade project.         environmental
                          Clean Fuel Buses   For the Fire Protection         protection and
                          with bike racks;   System Upgrade project,         other
                          Systemwide Fire    Grant funds supported work      infrastructure
$29,963,192   $24,979,367 Protection         performed by MARTA in-          that will provide More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant provides funding     The purposes
                                             that allows the Metropolitan    of this
                                             Atlanta Rapid Transit           investment are
                                             Authority (MARTA) to            to preserve and
                                             advance the implementation      create jobs and
                                             of the fire protection system   promote
                                             upgrade project. MARTA is       economic
                                             utilizing these ARRA funds      recovery, to
                          Fire Protection    to upgrade and/or replace       protect human
 $4,080,158    $4,080,158 System Upgrade the fire protection system at       life and          Less Than 50% Completed
                                             This grant provides funding     The purposes
                                             to the Metropolitan Atlanta     of this
                                             Rapid Transit Authority         investment are
                                             (MARTA) that supports the       to invest in
                                             design, equipment               transportation,
                                             acquisition, construction and   environmental
                          Design/Build Solar installation of a solar-panel   protection and
                          Canopies at the    canopy facility at the          other
                          MARTA Laredo       MARTA Laredo Drive Bus          infrastructure
 $8,464,350    $8,464,350 Bus Facility       Operations & Maintenance        that will provide More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow the
                                             Guam Regional Transit
                                             Authority to purchase 3
                                             (three) 30 ft. Long ADA
                                             accessible buses and 1
                                             (one) less than 30 ft. long
                                             ADA accessible bus to
                          Acquisition of     expand the fixed-route and
                          Transit Vehicles   the paratransit services. As
        $0             $0 (ARRA)             a result of this investment,                      Not Started
                                             Purchase of the following       The federal
                                             buses: 4 - 30foot buses w/      ARRA
                                             ADA lifts, 5 - <30foot buses    infrastructure
                                             w/ ADA lifts, 3 - 35foot low    expenditure is
                                             floor buses, and 2- 40foot      equal to the
                                             coach buses and bus             total ARRA
                          Rural Transit      shelters. The 'Total Federal    expenditure
                          Capital Assistance Amount ARRA Funds               because zero $
                          for the expansion Received/Invoiced' for           were utilized for
 $2,861,109    $2,861,109 of service         quarter 4 of 2010 was           administration More than 50% Completed
                                             STIP #OC16, Original            Payment of
                                             budget: $19,345,207,            100% at
                                             Amount budgeted this grant:     $20,145,779.00
                                             $20,145,779.00, Bus and         for 19.75, 60ft.
                                             Handi-Van Acquisition           articulated
                                             Program - Contract with         hybrid buses
                                             New Flyer of America, Inc.      from New Flyer
                                             for purchase of 19.75 buses     of America, Inc.
                                             executed January 5, 2010        with creation of
$30,726,656   $30,726,656 HI-96-X001-00      by City; amendment to           20 FTE JOBS More than 50% Completed
                                             Selected Duo-Guard for the
                                             five passenger shelters.
                                             Ordered and received
                                             shippment.Put RFP out for
                                             bids on the concrete pads
                                             and assembly of the
                                             shelters. Selected a
                          09 ARRA TTP        Certified Indian Business
                          Bus (3), Shelters, (CIB) to complete the work.
  $302,363             $0 Washer             Work began within this                         More than 50% Completed
                                         This grant will provide           To invest in
                                         funding to purchase up to         transportation,
                                         eight (8) replacement             environmental
                                         Compressed Natural Gas            protection and
                                         (CNG) buses resulting in          other
                                         higher vehicle reliability on     infrastructure
                          Boise Buses,   routes and lower                  that will provide
                          Shelters and   maintenance expenses for          long-term
                          Information    the system. The new buses         economic
 $352,370     $352,370    Technology     are newer generation CNG          benefits            Less Than 50% Completed
                                         This grant will provide           To invest in
                                         funding to purchase up to         transportation,
                                         five (5) replacement diesel       environmental
                                         buses resulting in higher         protection and
                                         vehicle reliability on routes     other
                                         and lower maintenance             infrastructure
                                         expenses for the system.          that will provide
                                         The new buses are newer           long term
                                         generation diesel which           economic
 $412,632     $412,632    Nampa Buses    should result in improved         benefits            Less Than 50% Completed
                                         This quarter activity has         To invest in
                                         been put on hold as our new       transportation,
                                         FTA Grant Administrator           environmental
                                         (Christine Fueston) reviews       protection, and
                                         all FTA Grants. Last              other
                                         quarter Kootenai County           infrastructure
                                         purchased snow tires and          that will
                          ID-96-X006-    retrofit items for their new      provided long
                          01/5311 ARRA   transit buses. The County         term economic
$1,276,606   $1,276,606   Grant          also purchased and                benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                         This grant will allow the         To invest in
                                         agency to review 148 bus          transportation,
                                         stops in Canyon County,           environmental
                                         Idaho and to upgade as            protection and
                                         many of those stops as            other
                                         possible to meet the              infrastructure
                                         guildelines of the Americans      that will provide
                          Nampa ADA Bus with Disabilites Act (ADA).        long term
                          Stop           The upgrades will provide         economic
  $88,611      $88,611    Enhancements   disabled individuals better       benefits            Less Than 50% Completed
                                         Idaho received $9,222,783         (1) To preserve
                                         of rural ARRA transit funding     and create jobs
                          ID-86-X001-01  and awarded $7,912,150 to         and promote
                          09ARRA 5311    24 sub-recipients to meet         economic
                          Bus,Capital,   locally developed strategies      recovery and
                          Preventive     in rural Idaho. The Division      (4) To invest in
                          Maintenace,    of Public Transportation          transportation,
                          Mobility       directly manages                  environmental
                          Management and $1,310,633 to implement a         protection, and
$7,000,827   $6,801,352   Operations     coordinated local, regional       other               More than 50% Completed
                                         This grant will allow the         To invest in
                                         agency to review 723 bus          transportation,
                                         stops in Ada County, Idaho        environmental
                                         and to upgade as many of          protection and
                                         those stops as possible to        other
                                         meet the guildelines of the       infrastructures
                                         Americans with Disabilites        that will provide
                          Boise ADA Bus  Act (ADA). The upgrades           long-term
                          Stop           will provide disabled             economic
 $293,056     $293,056    Enhancements   individuals better access         benefits            Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                           A stated
                                                                           purppose of the
                                            Citylink has retained          recovery act is
                                            consulting services for        to invest in
                                            owner's representative and transportation
                                            architectural design. The      infrastructure
                                            design phase is complete       that will provide
                       Citylink Transit     and an invitation for bids has long-term
                       Passenger            been issued. Bus has been economic
 $190,416     $190,416 Transfer Facility.   purchased.                     benefits. By        Less Than 50% Completed
                                            TRPTA contracted for up-         The ARRA
                                            dating its Quonset Hut into a    funds were
                                            secure garage for 12-14          used to replace
                                            transit vehicles; removing an    vehicles
                                            existing sidewalk and            significantly
                                            installing a heated sidewalk     past their
                          Targhee Regional for use in icy winter             estimated
                          Public            conditions; for 100 new bus      useful life, to
                          Transportation    stop signs; and installing       provide a
  $732,320       $732,320 Authority         logos and lettering on           secure garage More than 50% Completed
                                            (10-10-2011) Solar Thermal
                                            Design, as part of the overall
                                            Transit Maintenance Facility
                                            (TMF) Project is still
                                            underway. To date, a total
                                            of 122 hours of design work,
                                            by seven (7) members of the
                                            design team has occurred.
                          Solar Thermal Hot Currently a total of 0.06 FTE
        $0             $0 Water System      for Jobs Created has                               Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This project will include the    To invest in
                                            purchase of 34 hybrid buses      transportation,
                                            for 9 transit agencies           environmental
                                            throughout the State of          protection, and
                                            Illinois, to replace less        other
                                            efficient vehicles, and the      infrastructure
                                            hiring of a consultant to        that will provide
                                            evaluate and analyze the         long-term
                          Paratransit Bus   performance, fuel efficiency,    economic
 $4,017,087    $4,017,087 Hybrid Program    and greenhouse gas               benefits.         More than 50% Completed




                                            ARRA Portion of project was
                                            100% completed last
                                            quarter. Final draw for
                          ESTC              ARRA funds completed this        Construction of
 $3,693,756    $3,693,756 Construction      quarter.                         Transfer Center     Completed
                          Purchase 62       This grant allows Pace to        Pace used its
                          replacement fixed purchase 62 30'                  grant to
                          route 30' buses,  replacement fixed route          purchase 62
                          Puchase 190       buses, 190 replacement           30' fixed route
                          replacement       paratransit vehicles, and 83     buses, 190
                          paratransit       replacement support              paratransit
                          vehicles, and     vehicles for maintenance         vehicles, and
                          purchase 83       and supervisory personnel        83 support
                          replacement       as well as staff at              vehicles for
$31,674,630   $31,674,630 support vehicles  Headquarters. As a result of     maintenance         More than 50% Completed
                                            The Mobile Data Computer         $8,046 was
                                            (MDC) installation project       received and
                                            commenced in August 2010         invoiced for the
                                            and is now complete. The         purchase and
                                            VAC parking lot repaving         installation of
                                            was awarded to Curran            Mobile Data
                                            Construction and was             Computers
                          COMMUNICATIO completed over a 2-day                (MDC) in the
                          NS, SHELTERS, period in September and is           transit fleet
  $312,360       $312,360 ROLLING STOCK now finished. As this project        buses.              More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             transportation,
                                                                             environmental
                                                                             protection, and
                                                                             other
                                                                             infrastructure
                                                                             that will provide
                         Vehicles and                                        long-term
                         Communication       Permission was granted to       economic
  $202,145      $202,145 Equipment           use repeater site.              benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                  Purchase and installation of       Expenditures to
                            Purchase and          complete safety & security         date are for
                            installation of       video system to be utilized        consultant
                            complete safety &     at all District facilities and a   expenses to
                            security video        few prime bus stop                 develop
                            system to be          locations. Cameras will be         specifications,
                            utilized at all       installed at Illinois Terminal,    so they are not
                            District facilities   our main customer and              infrastructure
                            and a few prime       public use facility;               related. 10-12-
   $702,760        $616,562 bus stop locations.   maintenance garages; and           2011 - Costs    Less Than 50% Completed
                                                  Replaced aging and                 To preserve
                                                  deteriorating components of        and create jobs
                            Repair Track &        Dearborn Subway Track              and promote
                            Structure,            system in order to bring the       economic
                            Preventive            track system into a state of       recovery and to
                            Maintenance,          good repair and improve            invest in
                            Facility              service on the Blue Line           transportation,
                            Improvements,         between O'Hare and Forest          environmental
                            and Reconstruct       Park Terminals; work for this      protection, and
 $47,322,007    $47,322,007 Rail Stations         is substantially complete          other           More than 50% Completed
                                                  These funds will be used for
                                                  1) bridge rehabilitation
                                                  and/or reconstruction; and
                                                  the replacement of fiber
                                                  optic cable. Major
                                                  reconstruction and
                                                  rehabilitation of bridges will
                            2009 Bridge           completely upgrade the
                            Rehab/Signal          bridges to ensure continued
 $17,983,100             $0 Upgrade               safe operation well into the                         Less Than 50% Completed
                                                  This grant has allowed us to       To invest in
                                                  procure and distribute             transportation,
                                                  paratransit replacement            environmental
                                                  vehicles to our current            protection, and
                                                  section 5311 grantees in           other
                                                  non-urbanized areas that           infrastructure
                            Replace 74 buses,     provide public transportation      that will provide
                            24 vans/Rural         services across the state.         long-term
                            transit facility      We have currently ordered          economic
  $9,453,291     $9,453,291 improvements          and delivered 24 mini-vans,        benefits.         Less Than 50% Completed
                                                  Replaced aging and                 To preserve
                                                  deteriorating components of        and create jobs
                            Repair Track &        Dearborn Subway Track              and promote
                            Structure, Replace    system to bring into a state       economic
                            Buses, Preventive     of good repair and improve         recovery. To
                            Maintenance,          service on the Blue Line           invest in
                            Facility              between O'Hare and Forest          transportation,
                            Improvements,         Park Terminals, eliminating        environmental
                            and Reconstruct       slow zones, reduce                 protection, and
$187,844,801   $187,844,801 Rail Stations         maintenance, and improve           other             More than 50% Completed
                                                  All buses received and
                                                  placed into service. Final
                                                  approval of bus design and
                                                  modifications were made in
                                                  May 2011, the August 2011
                            Purchase of seven     production schedule
                            buses and             remains. The Contract              Purchase of 7
                            associated capital    Review Meeting with the bus        35-foot
                            maintenance           manufacturer was                   Replacement
  $2,358,062     $2,358,062 items.                conducted in February 2011         buses.          More than 50% Completed



                            Purchase 2 35'                                           To invest in
                            transit buses,                                           transportation
                            design and begin                                         infrastructure
                            construction on                                          that will provide
                            upgrade or lot        Completed construction of          long-term
                            adjacent to the       the project along with the         economic
   $891,527        $891,527 bus garage.           engineering oversight.             benefits.         Completed
                                             Issued Notice to Proceed on        To preserve
                                             work order for installation of     and create jobs
                                             equipment at North Park            and promote
                                             Garage. This work is               economic
                                             ongoing. During cold winter        recovery and to
                          Transit            months significant start up        invest in
                          Investments in     idling is required to ensure       transportation,
                          Greenhouse Gas buses will start and be ready          environmental
                          and Energy         for service. Installing anti-      protection, and
  $944,184       $944,184 Reduction          idling technology will reduce      other               More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant has allowed the         The Town of
                                             Town of Normal to                  Normal's
                                             administer program                 Recovery Act
                                             management and                     grant was used
                                             construction oversight for         to construct a
                                             the facility, which is currently   multi-modal
                          Construction of a under construction. This            transportation
                          Multimodal         quarter also includes              center.The
                          Transportation     funding for the construction       facility will
 $3,998,339    $3,819,568 Center             of the facility. Construction      incorporate         More than 50% Completed
                                             These funds will be used for       This project is
                                             the installation of platform       an investment
                                             shelters, which will provide       in
                                             protection from weather-           transportation,
                                             related elements for inbound       environmental
                                             and outbound passengers,           protection, and
                                             providing them with a more         other
                          2009 locomotive comfortable commuter                  infrastructure
                          Rehab/Station      experience; the replacement        that will provide
$68,927,891    $7,072,644 Renov              of fiber optic cable to            long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                             Puchases and expenditures          To invest in
                                             to date are for equipment          transportation,
                                             and capital (transit vehicles).    environmental
                                             Over 75% of all capital            protection, and
                                             expenditures are complete          other
                                             and infrastructure                 infrastructure
                                             expenditures are expected          that will provide
                          Rural transit      to begin shortly. The              long-term
                          capital assistance quarterly draw down of             economic
$10,517,132   $10,244,028 program.           funds has not occured from         benefits. This      More than 50% Completed
                                             On 1-7-2011 amount in              ARRA
                                             Total Federal Amount ARRA          revitalization
                                             Funds Recieved was                 funds have
                                             omitted from this report,          allowed us to
                                             This has been corrected and        replace, repair,
                          IN-96-X007-00 (3 the cumlative Total Federal          and update
                          Hybrid 30' buses, Amount ARRA Funds                   many services
                          6 (22) passenger Recieved total current.              within our
                          vans, shop         (Rick Wilson 1-25-2011)            maintenance
 $2,589,055    $2,589,055 equipment, TE)     Purchased a computer, 4            garage.             More than 50% Completed
                                                                                To invest in
                                                                                transportation,
                                                                                environmental
                                                                                protection, and
                                                                                other
                                            The final amounts for               infrastructure
                                            Transit Enhancements                that will provide
                          Preventive        (Bicycle racks and storage          long-term
                          Maintenance / Bus near bus stops) were spent          economic
$16,050,078   $16,050,078 Replacement       during the quarter.                 benefits.           Completed
                                            This grant will allow
                                            Bloomington Transit to
                                            construct a new downtown
                                            transfer facility that all
                                            Bloomington Transit
                                            customers will be able to
                                            use. This investment in
                          Bloomington       public transportation will
                          Downtown          enable Bloomington Transit
        $0             $0 Transfer Facility to deveolp a more                                       Not Started
                        CAPITAL - FIX
                        ROUTE BUS           NO ACTIVITY THIS
                        (1),SERVICE         QUARTER WHAT TO
                        VEHICLES(4),        AMEND GRANT TO ADD
                        DEMAND              ANOTHER SERVICE
                        RESPONSE (2)        VEHICLE FOR THE
                        VANS AND            BALANCE OF FUNDS
                        OPERATING           LEFT IN GRANT
       $0            $0 ASSISTANCE          $37,606.00                    N/A                 More than 50% Completed
                        Buy replacement     Investing in public           The transit
                        40-FT               transportation is the chief   agency used its
                        buses,rehab         purpose of this grant.This    grant to
                        mobile fare         has been accomplished by      purchase three
                        collection          awarding and placing under    low-floor hybrid
                        equipment,acquire   contract approximately 93%    electric buses,
                        support             of the funds available. The   install
                        vehicles,acquire    activity included contracts   intelligent
                        telephone           for fixed route buses, a      transportation
$2,241,536   $2,241,536 system,purchase     replacement telephone         systems             More than 50% Completed
                                                                          The purpose of
                                                                          this grant is to
                                                                          invest in
                                                                          transportation
                                                                          infrastructure
                                                                          that will provide
                                                                          long term
                        ColumBUS Transit                                  economic
                        Transfer Station                                  benefits.
 $888,815      $888,815 #1               The project is complete.         ColumBUS            Completed
                                         This grant allowed Fort          Fort Wayne
                                         Wayne PTC to purchase            PTC used this
                                         four (4) heavy-duty 35-foot      grant to
                                         hybrid-electric buses and        purchase three
                                         four (4) light-duty transit      (3) heavy-duty
                                         buses and software               35-foot hybrid-
                                         upgrades for complementary       electric buses
                        Replacement and paratransit trip planning and     and three (3)
                        Expansion Bus    audio/video locator. As a        30-foot light-
$1,722,952   $1,722,952 Purchases        result of these investments,     duty transit        More than 50% Completed
                                         This grant allowed Fort          Fort Wayne
                                         Wayne PTC to purchase            PTC used its
                                         four (4) heavy-duty 35-foot      grant to
                                         hybrid-electric buses and        purchase four
                                         four (4) light-duty transit      35-foot hybrid-
                                         buses. As a result of these      electric buses
                                         investments, Fort Wayne          and four light-
                                         PTC will be able to offer        duty transit
                        Replacement Bus public transportation service     vehicles. The
$2,371,622   $2,371,622 Purchase         that is more reliable and        projects funded     Completed
                                                                          During our
                                                                          Triennial
                                                                          Review
                                                                          Michigan City
                                                                          had a Finiancial
                                                                          deficience that
                                                                          requested
                       PREVENTIVE    We did not utilize any of the        funds totalling
                       MAINTENANCE & funds from this grant during         $29,604 that
 $363,461     $363,461 CAPITAL       the quarter.                         were not            More than 50% Completed




                        Replacement
                        buses and           Facility has totaling been    this project has
                        remodeling          finshed. And replacement      helped support
                        maintenance         buses and parts are still     the economy in
$1,335,936   $1,335,936 facility            coming.                       are area.        More than 50% Completed
                                               Investing in public               The transit
                                               transportation is the chief       agency will use
                                               purpose of this grant.This        its grant to
                        Purchase and           has been accomplished by          purchase and
                        installation of free   awarding and placing under        install windmills
                        standing windmills     contract approximately 78%        to reduce its
                        on GLPTC               of the funds available. The       electrical
                        property to provide    activity included contracts       energy
                        electrical energy      for a view shed analysis, a       purchases by
$1,799,166   $1,777,758 used by GLPTC.         wind energy study,purchase        investing in a      More than 50% Completed
                                               In the third quarter of 2011,     NICTD's
                        Begin and              NICTD continued reviewing         Recovery Act
                        complete the           the contractor's signal circuit   grant will be
                        replacement of         designs; as of the end of the     used to replace
                        NICTD's signals        third quarter of 2011, NICTD      the train control
                        and control            had approved 87 of the 88         system
                        system and             designs. The contractor           between
                        replace station        also continued field work on      Michigan City
                        signs and maps         construction of signal sites      and South
$4,697,639   $4,697,639 with new ones.         out on the railroad; as of the    Bend, Indiana,      More than 50% Completed
                                               The main objective of             To invest in
                                               GPTC's service provision is       transportation,
                        Replace 6 35'          to enhance the ability of         environmental
                        buses, rehabilitate    Lake County, Indiana              protection, and
                        maintenance            citizens to access shopping,      other
                        facility, provide      education, recreation, public     infrastructure
                        transit                services, and employment          that will provide
                        enhancements,          by adequately developing,         long-term
                        operating              improving, and maintaining        economic
$3,704,859   $1,989,109 assistance             a regional passenger bus          benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                               Purchase of building to be        Create
                                               renovated as dispatchnig          dispatching
                                               center and three buses for        center for
                                               fixed route system. Contract      dispatcing of
                                               awarded for design of new         public transit,
                                               dispatching center. No            administration,
                                               funds have been drawn             office
                        Dispatching            during quarter. Renovation        personnel,
                        Building and           of building and purchase of       drivers,
$1,089,206   $1,089,206 Buses                  buses have been                   mechanics.          Completed
                                                                                 Funds reported
                                                                                 above are
                                                                                 being used to
                                                                                 offset the cost
                                                                                 of improving
                       Transit Capital    Building improvement                   bus transit
                       Assistance for     project was started and now            infrastructure.
                       Building           90% complete. The new                  Project makes
                       Renovation & One   completion date is expected            a significaant
 $392,826     $392,826 Revenue Vehicle    to be December 31, 2011.               investment in       More than 50% Completed
                                          The grant was awarded                   Project makes
                                          during the quarter. All funds          a significaant
                                          will be passed through to the          investment in
                                          public transit service                 transportation,
                                          providers/operators (i.e.,             environmental
                                          Sub-Recipients) listed under           protection, and
                        Transit Capital   the Subrecipient Tab.                  infrastruture
                        Assistance for    Contracts (i.e., Fund                  that will provide
                        Operating Subsidy Conveyance Agreements)                 long-term
$2,587,722   $2,587,722 Projects          were developed by the                  economic            More than 50% Completed
                                          All buses with the hybrid
                                          transmissions have been                Upgrading to
                                          delivered. A fall prevention           electric hybrid
                                          harness system has been                transmissions
                                          installed to protect                   will reduce
                                          mechanics when they need               greenhouse
                                          to work on the capacitors on           gas emissions
                        Upgrade to Hybrid the roof of the buses. There           and reduce the
                        Electric          were no labor hours in the             need for deisel
$1,581,221   $1,581,221 Transmissions     3rd quarter. The remaining             fuel.           More than 50% Completed
                                             All vehicles and passenger       (4) To invest in
                                             sheltered ordered,               transportation,
                                             mostvehicles delivered,          environmental
                                             facility project is well under   protection, and
                                             way. Investment in transit       other
                                             vehicles and facilities for      infrastructure
                                             eight transit sytems serving     that will provide
                          Transit Capital    Iowa's smaller urbanized         long-term
                          Assistance-Small areas. This results in             economic
 $8,583,333    $8,583,333 Urbanized          provision of service to many     benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                             7/1/2011-No activity since       Purchase of
                                             intial April 2011 purchase.      Mobile Data
                                             Amount remaining in grant        Terminals
                                             ($414.00) will be used to        (MDT).
                                             purchase additional MDT as       Remaining
                          Invest in public   soon as other grants which       amount in grant
                          transportation by have been awarded to this         ($414.00) will
                          purchasing Mobile transit agency are released.      be used
                          Data Terminals for ****** 4/14/2011-11 MDT          towards
   $43,723        $43,723 buses.             units arrived and a check        purchase of       More than 50% Completed
                                             All vehicles ordered, one        (4) To invest in
                                             facility project completed       transportation,
                                             and three other facilities       environmental
                                             almost complete.                 protection, and
                                             Investment in transit            other
                                             vehicles and facilities by       infrastructure
                                             Iowa's 16 regional transit       that will provide
                          Transit Capital    systems and 7 urban transit      long-term
                          Assistance - Non- systems serving                   economic
$14,504,799   $14,504,799 urbanized          communities of under             benefits.         More than 50% Completed




                          Purchase of four Reply: Four buses were
                          replacement      completed and delivered in
 $1,451,075            $0 buses            July 2011.                                           Completed
                                           This quarter the grant             To invest in
                                           funded the purchase of Bus         transportation,
                                           Signage, AVL System                environmental
                                           Components & Install, and          protection, and
                                           Implementation assistance          other
                                           on the Automatic Vehicle           infrastructure
                          Twelve Buses,    Locating System (AVL).             projects that
                          Equipment,       Previous quarters funded           will provide
                          Pavement,        replacement of deteriorating       long-term
 $5,008,435    $4,219,632 Construction.    concrete at the facility,          economic          More than 50% Completed
                                           Constuction has begun and          Ames Transit
                                           photos of the progress may         Agency in
                                           be seen at                         cooperation
                                           http://www.fpm.iastate.edu/        with the City of
                                           webcam/intermodal/. The            Ames and Iowa
                                           construction is on schedule.       State University
                                           There has been a slight            will construct
                                           delay (two weeks) due to           an Intermodal
                          Ames Intermodal some poor soil, but it may          Transportation
 $3,030,586    $3,030,586 Facility         not affect the scheduled end       Facility in       Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Continue to hold project           (4) To invest in
                                           management and steering            transportation,
                                           committee team meetings            environmental
                                           and meetins to address             protection, and
                                           design details. Executed a         other
                          Transportation   supplemental agreement             infrastructure
                          Investment       with the design consultant         that will provide
                          Generating       for additional scope related       long-term
                          Economic         to the design of several bid       economic
  $631,443       $631,443 Recovery (TIGER) alternates, coordination of        benefits          Less Than 50% Completed
                                          In process of ordering             Capital
                                          miscellaneous items                Equipment was
                                          including tools and                purchased
                        Prairie Band      equipment for utility truck        including 2011
                        Potawatomi        and shop. Purchased                Starcraft All
                        Nation            completed on the following         Star Ford E,
                        Enhancement and 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan             2010 dodge
                        expansion of      SE Labeling, 2010 Starcraft        grand caravan,
                        existing transit  All Star Ford E ? 350              hose reel,
 $157,810      $157,810 service.          Chassis with wheel chair lift,     pressure          More than 50% Completed
                                          October 5, 2011 JCT let a          To invest in
                                          contract for $9,850 to Berger      transportation,
                                          Devine Yaeger (BDY) for            environmental
                                          professional services              protection, and
                        Facility          associated with the concrete       other
                        Improvements and repair activity included in         infrastructure
                        purchase one low- this grant. BDY will develop       that will provide
                        floor 40'         preliminary design drawings        long-term
                        wheelchair        including site plans that          economic
$1,888,021   $1,888,021 accessible bus    indicate the extent of the         benefits.' -      More than 50% Completed




                        ARRA-Fixed-
                        Route Bus          Transit vehicles have been
       $0            $0 Replacement        ordered.                                              Less Than 50% Completed
                                           This grant will allow the         Invest in Public
                                           purchase of 37 transit            Transportation
                                           vehicles. It will also            by purchasing
                        Rolling Stock, Bus rehabilitate a building for       new transit
                        Support            transit maintenance. It will      vehicles,
                        Equipment and      enhance dispatching               rehabilitating a
                        Facilities, and    communications through an         building for
                        Signal and         upgrade of 16 800 MHz             vehicle
                        Communication      Tower sites and purchase of       maintenance,
$7,985,916   $7,985,916 Equipment.         mobile data computers for         activating radio    More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To preserve
                                                                             and create jobs
                                                                             and promote
                                                                             economic
                                                                             recovery. To
                                            To date, three replacement       invest in
                                            fixed-route buses have been      transportation,
                        ARRA Fixed-         received and paid for.           environmental
                        Route Bus           Delivery of last bus is          protection, and
$1,691,691   $1,691,691 Replacement         expected in January, 2012.       other               More than 50% Completed
                                            This grant will allow TARC       TARC used
                                            to purchase sixteen (16)         funds made
                                            paratransit vehicles, ten (10)   available by the
                                            vanpool vehicles, and one        Recovery Act
                                            onboard mobile surveillance      to purchase
                                            system. As a result of this      sixteen (16)
                                            investment, TARC will be         new vehicles to
                        ARRA STP 8          able to offer safer, more        be used in
                        Para. Vehicles & reliable service to people          paratransit
 $708,702      $708,702 11 Exp. Vans        with disabilities. TARC, in      service, to         More than 50% Completed
                                            This grant has allowed the       To invest in
                                            transit agency to replace a      transportation,e
                                            15 year old fare collection      nvironmental
                                            system. This has improved        protection, and
                                            fare collection accuracy and     other
                                            provide better ridership data    infrastructure
                                            collection to better serve the   that will provide
                        Facility renovation public. As a result of these     long-term
                        and purchase of     investments the transit          economic
$1,513,798   $1,513,798 equipment.          facility will be more            benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow TARC TARC is using
                                             to purchase seven (7) hybrid- funds made
                                             electric buses, to construct a available by the
                                             new facility where internal    Recovery Act
                                             cleaning and electronics       to purchase
                                             repair on all 226 buses in its seven (7) new
                          ARRA Funds for active fixed route fleet will      low-floor, hybrid
                          Buses, Facilities take place, to replace the 30 electric buses,
                          and Operating      year-old roof on one bus       to conduct
$17,207,267   $15,308,744 Assistance         storage facility, to replace   preventive          More than 50% Completed
                                             ParaPlan software              The ParaPlan
                                             application used on daily      software has
                                             basis to more efficiently      lead us to
                                             dispatch trips and schedule record numbers
                                             more passengers. Maintain of Paratransit
                                             on-going agreement to          passengers.
                                             continuously update            We are able to
                                             software to continue to add schedule staff
                          AARA Funds for features to equipment.             more efficiently
  $180,300       $180,300 Equipment          Defibrillators active on 80% and save wear         Completed
                                             This grant will allow the      ARRA funds
                                             transit agency to purchase have been
                                             three low-floor transit        used to assist
                                             busses to replace busses       manufacturing
                                             which have exceeded their companines,
                                             useful life. The transit       retain
                                             agency is also purchasing a manufacturing
                          ARRA Funds for hydraulic bus lift for the         and electrical
                          Buses, Lift,       maintenance garage to          jobs, assist bus
 $1,098,000    $1,098,000 Generator          assist with repairs and        manufacturing       Completed
                                             During the quarter ending
                                             9/30/2011 we did AVL
                                             system training for            The equipment
                                             dispatchers & supervisors      (shelters,
                                             and staff members visited      benches,
                                             the vendor site for the        scheduling
                                             Factory Acceptance Testing software, etc)
                          ARRA grant for     for the AVL, passenger         will allow us to
                          transit captial    counters and IVR system.       better serve our
 $2,255,456    $2,255,456 improvements       The AVL system is              customers.          Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                            To invest in
                                                                            transportation,
                                             During this quarter, the       environmental
                                             contractor has restarted       protection, and
                                             work on the historic St.       other
                                             Charles Streetcar Crocctis infrastructure
                                             project. Work has continued that will provide
                                             and no invoicing has been      long-term
                          St. Charles        received on this project as of economic
   $92,141        $92,141 Crossties          the end of the quarter.        benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed
                          Purchase of        1)Information Kiosks -         Purchased
                          Rolling Stock,     currently researching          fixed route
                          Capital            possibilities 2)Replacement vehicles and
                          Equipment, Bus     Bus Wash Systems -             paratransit
                          Stop Amenities,    Jefferson Parish will select vehicles to
                          Preventative       an engineer currently under replace
                          Maintenance and contract to the Parish to         vehicles that
                          Operating          review/revise the              have reached
                          Assistance for     specifications and oversee their useful life.
 $3,925,756    $2,151,426 Jefferson Transit, construction of the project in These vehicles      More than 50% Completed
                                             St. Bernard Urban Rapid        The security
                                             Transit (SBURT) completed fence was
                                             the following activities as of installed at the
                                             the end of the 3rd quarter of SBURT
                          Upgrade of the St. calendar year 2011             Operations
                          Bernardh Parish, (September 30): 1) Bus           Facility.
                          Louisiana, SBURT Wash: SBURT opened bids Radios provide
                          Transit Facilities for the bus wash projected essential
                          and Support        on June 2, 2011. SBURT is communication
  $123,674        $69,988 Equipment          conducting a cost analysis s and security          Less Than 50% Completed
                                          The multimodal project,             The purpose of
                                          known as the Rosa Parks             this investment
                                          Transportation Center, is           is to invest in
                                          proceeding on or ahead of           transportation
                                          schedule and is now in the          infrastructure
                                          final stages. The project bid       that will provide
                                          came in substantially under         long-term
                        Pur. 1            what was anticipated based          economic
                        Bus,Shelters,Secu on cost projections. The            benefits. Use
$1,575,707   $1,575,707 rity,PM,Signage   prior funding Lafayette             of Recovery       More than 50% Completed



                                              We went through the RFP
                                              process and awarded a
                                              contract to Gibson &
                                              Associates, Inc. in the
                          REPAIR              amount of $1,044,936.80
                          CHALMETTE           The contractor will begin
       $0            $0   FERRY LANDING work on 10/24/2011.                                     Less Than 50% Completed
                          This grant is to                                    The purpose
                          provide capital                                     and rationale of
                          funding for                                         the transit
                          improvements to                                     infrastructure
                          the Houma           Terrebonne Parish               delivered and
                          Urbanized Area      Consolidated Government         installed this
                          public transit bus purchased four 30' heavy         quarter is to
                          system. It includes duty transit buses and three    enhance the
                          new transit buses, <30' light duty transit buses    working
$1,750,826   $1,750,826   maintenance         during the reporting quarter.   functionality of More than 50% Completed
                                              This ARRA funded project        To invest in
                                              completed the modifications     transprtation,
                                              to the maintenance facility,    environmental
                          Purchase buses, completed the initial phase         protection and
                          renovate facility,  of the new natural gas          other
                          preventive          fueling station (CNG) and       infrastructure
                          maintenance,        we began using the station      that will provide
                          purchase            to fuel the 5 new CNG           long term
                          miscellaneous       powered buses which were        economic
$3,950,586   $3,950,586   equipment.          purchased on this project.      bernefits.        More than 50% Completed
                                              At this time the transit
                                              system is developing plans
                                              for purchase of another
                                              vehicle due to growth in
                          Purchase of new ridership. The River
                          vehicle and         Parishes Transit Authority
                          provide             plans to begin requesting
                          preventative        reimbursement for
                          maintenance on      preventive maintenance
       $0            $0   existing buses.     costs in the coming quarter.                   Less Than 50% Completed




                        Preventative    No funds expended during
 $128,483            $0 Maintenance     this period.                                          More than 50% Completed
                                        St. Tammany Parish                    Park & Ride
                                        Government has paid park              facilities are
                                        and ride facilities' lighting,        available for
                                        water, grounds                        commuters and
                                        maintenance, and lighting             will eventually
                                        repair bills. The contract for        become bus
                       Abita and Hwy    the construction of the               stops for a
                       434 Park & Rides Highway 434 Park and Ride             fixed route
                       and Preventive   facility has been delivered is        transit system.
 $410,923     $198,314 Maintenance      the last significant                  ARRA funds      Less Than 50% Completed
                                             This grant has allowed the        The transit
                                             transit agency to purchase 6      agency's
                                             vans,2 support vehicles, 3        Recovery Act
                                             buses for night service           grant was used
                                             (<30'), and preventive            to purchase 6
                                             maintenance on existing           vans, 2 support
                                             buses. As a result of these       vehicles, 3
                                             investments the transit           buses for night
                          Purchase vans,     agency will be able to offer      service (<30'),
  $676,243       $676,243 buses and p/m      public transportation service     and preventive      More than 50% Completed
                                             During this quarter, the          To invest in
                                             installation of bus passenger     transporation,
                                             shelters has continued.           environmental
                                             Braille kiosks have been          protection, and
                                             approved by the City of New       other
                                             Orleans and have been             infrastructure
                                             ordered. The Regional             that will provide
                          ARRA Capital       Transit Authority has also        long-term
                          Assistance         installed strobe lighting on      economic
$12,096,965   $10,609,161 Program            the historic St. Charles          benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                          Replaced bus stop The downtown terminal and          Monroe Transit
                          signs and poles. administration/maintenance          is investing in
                          Purchase &         facility renovation and           public transit
                          repaired transit   rehabilitation project was        and other
                          shelters.          started. To date, it is           infrastructure
                          Renovating         approximately more than           that will provide
                          administrative and 50% complete with roofing         long-term
                          maintenance        and doors & framework             benefits by
                          facility and       100%. We submitted a PO           purchasing six
  $953,335       $712,472 downtown bus       to purchase additional 9          (6) shelters        More than 50% Completed
                                             During this quarter the           These
                                             Prime Recipient took              Recovery Act
                                             delivery of three (3) new         funds awarded
                          Purchase           trolleys at a cost of             will enable the
                          replacement        $620,472. This project            public
                          buses, radios,     saved 7.53 FTE jobs at the        transportation
                          vehicles,          manufacturing company.            provider for the
                          equipment and      We also purchased nes fare        metro area of
                          provide operating collection equipment in the        Baton Rouge,
 $2,126,174    $2,126,174 funds.             amount of $9,600. There           Loisiana to         Less Than 50% Completed
                                             During the quarter, the final     To invest in
                                             design work was completed         transportation,
                                             by the engineering firm and       environmental
                                             the contractor began work         protection, and
                                             on the expansion project.         other
                                             The contractor began the          infrastructure
                                             construction phase on             that will provide
                          UPT/Loyola         August 15, 2011. The              long-term
                          Avenue Streetcar construction management             economic
 $4,658,488    $4,658,488 Project            team is continuing with its       benefits to the     Less Than 50% Completed




                                                 Notice to proceed was given
                          Rehab and              8/15/2011 with an estimated
                          renovate bus           time of completion of 400
  $141,533             $0 terminal               days.                                         Less Than 50% Completed
                          Purchase of 91         This grant has allowed the    This Recovery
                          vehicles,              Louisiana Department of       Act grant was
                          preventative           Transportation and            used to
                          maintenance,surv       Development / Public          purchase 62
                          eillance / security,   Transportation to purchase    replacement
                          miscellaneous          62 replacement buses, 29      buses, 29
                          equipment, 4           expansion buses,              expansion
                          intercity buses,       computers, generators, and    buses,
                          bus garages,and        pressure washers for 32       computers,
 $8,159,213    $8,029,533 retrofitting motor     transit agencies statewide,   generators, and More than 50% Completed
                                                                              To preserve
                                                                              and create jobs
                                                                              and promote
                                                                              economic
                                                                              recovery and to
                                              The manufacturing of these      invest in
                                              busses will begin towards       transportation,
                          Transit Capital     the end of January 2011 and     environmental
                          Assistance -        we anticipate delivery by       protection, and
 $5,156,662    $5,156,662 Urban               April of 2011.                  other                Completed
                                              The Governor Curtis             To preserve
                                              passenger Ferry is being        and create jobs
                                              manufactured off site in a      and promote
                                              ship yard in Alabama.           economic
                                              Inspections are being           recovery and to
                                              conducted by a qualified        invest in
                                              vessel engineer with            transportation,
                                              oversight from MaineDOT         environmental
                          Gov Curtis          as well as the U.S. Coast       protection, and
 $6,791,844    $6,791,844 Replacement         Guard. Delivery of the          other                More than 50% Completed
                                                                              The MTA will
                                                                              spend $0.5
                                                                              million in ARRA
                                                                              funding for the
                                                                              replacement of
                                             The ARRA-funded portion of       Halon. Metro
                                             this project is complete.        rail system
                                             Some minor invoicing is          currently has
                          Halon              outstanding. Grant closeout      five metric tons
  $522,000       $522,000 Replacement        expected next quarter.           of Halon             Completed
                                             39 projects have been            The MTA will
                                             advertised, including capital    spend $7.4
                                             purchases. 34 of these           million in ARRA
                                             projects have been given         funding for
                                             Notice to Proceed, of which      more than 35
                                             27 projects have been            projects in rural
                                             completed. All light and         areas of the
                          Buses, Facility    medium duty buses have           State of
                          Rehabilitation and been delivered. DBE has          Maryland to
 $5,659,992    $5,435,625 Equipment          been approved on four            support locally      More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant currently contains    The MTA will
                                             81 projects which have been      spend $36.1
                                             advertised and given NTP         million in ARRA
                                             for Locally Operated Transit     funding for
                                             Systems. 72 of these             more than 70
                                             projects have been started,      projects across
                          Buses,             58 of which have been            the State of
                          Communication      completed. These include         Maryland to
                          Equipment, and     system upgrades and              support locally
$22,695,998   $22,686,819 Facilities         purchases for local transit      operated transit     More than 50% Completed
                                             Phase 1 of 2 on the Light        The MTA will
                                             Rail Breakers                    spend $17.1
                                             Replacement/Overhaul             million in ARRA
                                             project is complete, and         funding for four
                                             initial deliveries of breakers   projects to
                                             for the final Phase are being    improve and
                                             installed. The Light Rail        upgrade
                          Bus and Light Rail Yard Switches project has        exisiting bus
                          Facility           site work underway and is        and light rail
 $7,377,573    $7,377,573 Improvements       on-schedule. The Bus NW          facilities           Less Than 50% Completed
                                             6 projects under this grant      The MTA will
                                             are underway. Light Rail         spend $15.2
                                             Substation Installation is       million in ARRA
                                             progressing well. MARC           funding for five
                                             PA/LED and MARC West             projects to
                                             Baltimore Parking                improve or
                                             Expansion projects are well-     enhance public
                          MARC and Light underway with construction-          facilities as well
                          Rail Stations and phase activity, and both are      as critical
$12,890,492   $12,890,492 Yards              over 77% complete. The           infrastructure       More than 50% Completed
                                              All 15 projects were started   The MTA will
                                              under this grant, seven of     spend $75.9
                                              which (Muirkirk Retaining      million in ARRA
                                              Wall, Bus Procurement,         funding for
                                              Metro Fastener Project,        fifteen projects
                                              MARC Laurel Platform           to procure new
                                              Rehabilitation, Light Rail     transit buses;
                                              Falls Road Parking             improve access
                          Bus, Metro, Light   Expansion, Light Rail          to rail facilities
$58,599,320   $58,599,320 Rail and MARC       Signage Upgrades and           with various       More than 50% Completed




                                              Procurement System
                                              Reviews for ARRA
         0                                    recipients                                     Not Started




                                              ARRA Procurement System
         0                                    Reviews                                        Not Started




         0                                    none                                           Not Started




         0                                    none                                           Not Started




                                              planning for complience
     54142                                    reviews                                        Less Than 50% Completed
                                              Houston Metro: The PMOC
                                              performed monthly reviews
                                              of Houston METRO’s
                                              ARRA projects in
                                              conjunction with the
                                              PMOC’s recurring
                                              oversight monthly and
                                              quarterly meetings for the
                                              Houston METRO New
 148708.98                                    Starts projects. The                           Less Than 50% Completed
    60000                                 NONE                                             Completed




                                          Procurement System
                                          Reviews for ARRA
  90029.06                                recipients                                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                          Managing/tracking various
                                          ARRA contract with the
                                          Federal Transit Office of
                                          Civil Rights and
                                          Procurement office.
                                          Monitoring the contractors
                                          ARRA Federal Reporting at
                                          Department of
                                          Transportation Headquarter
  197697.6                                in Washington, DC.                               Less Than 50% Completed
                                          Conducted Financial
                                          Management Oversight
                                          (FMO) American
                                          Reinvestment and Recovery
                                          Act (ARRA) Entrance
                                          conferences for Region 4
                                          (Atlanta, GA) and 5
                                          (Chicaco, IL) and grantees.
                                          Conducted Desk Reviews
 780627.52                                with the regions for four                        More than 50% Completed




                                          One small transit bus has
                                          been ordered with expected
                                          delivery by the end of the
   612709                                 year.                                            More than 50% Completed




                        ARRA 16 Buses-
                        Facility                                         Invest in
                        Improvements-     Construction on this project   transportation
3619800.47   3619800.47 Equipment         is 99% complete.               infrastructure.   More than 50% Completed




                        Operating,                                       Invest in
                        Coaches, Hybrid   Construction on this project   transportation
1333912.14   1333912.14 Bus, AVL          is 85% complete.               infrastructure.   More than 50% Completed
                        MA-06-X002-00 -                                    Invest in
                        Buses and related Construction on this project     transportation
 243906.16    243906.16 equipment         is 48% complete.                 infrastructure.     Less Than 50% Completed




                        ARRA Bus                                           Invest in
                        Stations-Stops-  Construction on this project      transportation
7542868.28   7542868.28 Terminals        is 47% complete.                  infrastructure.     Less Than 50% Completed
                                         Invest in public                  To invest in
                                         transportation by purchasing      transportation,
                                         transit-related tools and         environmental
                                         equipment. These activities       protection, and
                                         are intended to support           other
                                         public transportation             infrastructure
                                         effectiveness and utilization     that will provide
                        Transit-related  in the 24-member                  long-term
                        tools and        communities in the                economic
    $8,271       $8,271 equipment        Hampden and Hampshire             benefits. To        Less Than 50% Completed
                                         All activities associated with    This American
                                         this grant have been              Recovery &
                                         completed. The bus wash           Reinvestment
                                         system has been                   Act (ARRA)
                                         operational since Sept 2010.      grant will allow
                                         The roofs on both building        MART to
                                         was completed in late 2010.       purchase new
                                         Retainage was released in         equipment as
                        Bus Wash, ITS    May 2011. The ITS project         well as repair a
  $322,767     $322,767 Equipment & Roof is also complete. Additional      roof of our van     Completed
                                         This grant has allowed the        This Recovery
                                         Berkshire Regional Transit        Act grant has
                                         Authority (BRTA) to continue      allowed the
                                         with the multiyear plan to        Berkshire
                                         systematically replace the        Regional
                                         aging fleet of full sized fixed   Transit
                                         route buses, as they exceed       Authority
                                         their useful lives, with          (BRTA) to
                                         smaller, more fuel efficient      continue a
   $86,706      $86,706 ITS & minibus    minibus type vehicles of          multiyear plan      More than 50% Completed
                                            The transit coach was          This grant was
                                            delivered, accepted and        utilized to
                                            placed in service on           invest in public
                                            11/15/2010. Spare capital      transporttaion
                                            parts consisting of an ISB     to preserve anc
                                            dressed Engine w/DPF/SCR       reate jobs and
                                            will be purchased with the     promote
                                            remaining funds. Due for       economic
  $355,615     $355,615 Transit Coach (1)   delivery by 9/1/11.            recovery.          More than 50% Completed
                                            The CCRTA has completed        The purpose of
                                            negotiations with Scheidt      this project is to
                                            and Bachman (S&B) and          invest in
                                            Mentor Engineering             transportation,e
                                            regarding the integration of   nvironmental
                                            global positioning systems     protection and
                                            (GPS) data from the Mentor     other
                        Procure/Install     Engineering mobile data        infrastructure
                        Electronic Fare     terminals (MDT) on CCRTA       that will provide
    $5,389       $5,389 System              fixed route buses with the     long term          Less Than 50% Completed
                                                   This grant was awarded on       This grant will
                                                   6/25/2010 and a design-         be used to
                                                   build construction contract     invest in public
                                                   was procured through a          transportation
                                                   competitive process.            by constructing
                                                   Construction work was           a parking
                                                   initiated in September 2010     garage at
                          Wonderland               and is currently underway.      Wonderland
                          Garage/Blue Line         The project is anticipated to   Station in
$12,100,105   $12,100,105 Lobby                    be completed in March           Revere,           More than 50% Completed
                                                   As of 9/30/11, the 100 kW       This grant will
                                                   Kingston wind energy            be used to
                                                   turbine has been                invest in public
                            Install two wind       manufactured. The contract      transportation
                            energy turbines at     for Kingston pad                by installing
                            MBTA commuter          construction and installation   two wind
                            rail facilities: in    was advertised for bids on      energy turbines
                            Kingston (100kW)       6/27/11; award is imminent      at MBTA
                            and Bridgewater        and anticipate                  commuter rail
   $36,850       $36,850    (up to 600 kW).        construction/installation in    facilities: in    Less Than 50% Completed
                            New buses and          Invest in public                To invest in
                            ADA vans, transit      transportation by purchasing    transportation,
                            enhancements,          new buses and ADA vans,         environmental
                            operating              supporting transit              protection, and
                            assistance, transit    operations, investing in        other
                            facilities             transit enhancements,           infrastructure
                            rehabilitation, and    rehabilitating the transit      that will provide
                            transit-related        facilities, and purchasing      long-term
                            tools and              transit-related tools and       economic
$14,810,055   $13,184,110   equipment              equipment. These activities     benefits. To      More than 50% Completed
                            Purchase of            This grant allows the transit
                            Hybrid buses,          agency to replace a number      This grant was
                            transit coaches,       of revenue vehicles             utilized to
                            operating              considered beyond their         invest in public
                            assistance,            useful life. One 30' cutaway    transportation
                            preventative           coach has been delivered        to preserve and
                            maintenance,           and is in revenue service.      create jobs and
                            AVL/GPS for            One hybrid bus has been         promote
                            paratransit,           delivered and four more         economic
 $3,740,730    $3,476,038   cameras for fixed      vehicles are in the             recovery.        More than 50% Completed
                            Purchase bus,          During this period GATRA
                            minibus, vans;         went out to bid for
                            construct              Mechanical and Lighting
                            improvements at        upgrades to ins Taunton
                            train station, bus     facility. These bids are due
                            terminal, walkway,     in late October. GATRA
                            prev. maint.,          also went out to bid on
                            scheduling             stabilization of the
                            software, ADA          embankment at the
 $6,179,557            $0   service;               Attleboro Train Station.                         More than 50% Completed
                            BRTA’s               During the period ending        This Recovery
                            program of             September 30, 2011 travel       Act grant has
                            projects include:      for the RouteMatch project      allowed the
                            The purchase of        leader’s onsite training      Berkshire
                            five replacement       of the BRTA’s fixed           Regional
                            minibus vehicles;      route operations supervisors    Transit
                            Acquire ITS            and operators was invoiced.     Authority
                            technology for 22      Anteris Solutions performed     (BRTA) to
                            fixed route vehicle;   38.25 hours of project          initiate a
 $1,312,056    $1,312,056   Perform                oversight and IT support.       multiyear plan   More than 50% Completed



                                                   Start of work was delayed
                                                   due to licensing approvals
                                                   from AMTRAK and the
                          Improvements to          MBTA. Work begun last
                          Attleboro                month and is expected to be
                          Commuter Rail            complete by the end of
   $18,929             $0 Train Station            November.                                        Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                           Proceeding
                                           Project has begun the           with the
                                           design and engineering          construction of
                        Fall River         work. The architectural         the FR
 $388,444      $388,444 Terminal Project   consultant has begun work.      Terminal        Less Than 50% Completed
                        1 Install HVAC
                        systems 2.
                        upgrade DR
                        Software 3.
                        Purchase 6 DR
                        Vehicles 4.
                        Replace 35 ft
                        buses with similar                                 Upgrade to
                        number 29 ft       Terminal improvements and       state of good
$5,225,587   $5,225,587 buses.             DR vehicles                     repair.             More than 50% Completed
                                           All the work for the projects   This American
                                           associated with this grant is   Recovery &
                                           complete. The last hybrid       Reinvestment
                                           bus was delivered in late       Act (ARRA)
                                           January. MART received a        grant will allow
                                           occupancy permit and a          MART to
                                           substantial completion          purchase three
                        Buses/Construct certificate for the storage        new hybrid
                        Storage            facility in March. Any work     buses to
$3,227,669   $3,227,669 Facility/Equipment left to be done on the          modernize and       Completed
                                           This TIGER grant was            This grant will
                                           awarded on 12/16/10. As of      be used to
                                           9/30/11, the preliminary        construct a
                                           (30%) project design has        transit plaza at
                                           been completed and a            Wonderland
                                           Design-Build contractor has     Station on the
                                           been selected to complete       Blue Line in
                        TIGER -            the design and undertake        Revere,
                        Wonderland         the construction. Initial       Massachusetts
$1,357,959   $1,357,959 Transit Plaza      construction activities are     that will link      Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Update 10/14/11: Project        The installation
                                           progressing on scheduloe        of the solar
                                           final draw in upcoming qtr.     photovoltaic
                                           Update 4/13/11. Roof            panels will
                                           project to begin May 2011.      reduce the
                                           10/10/2010 No activity this     reliance on
                                           quarter. A&E to be complete     electric
                        Installation of    in the upcoming quarter.        providers and
                        solar photovoltaic Construction to begin in        lessen the
  $18,916       $18,916 panels             spring of 2011.                 release of          More than 50% Completed
                                           10/14/11 Update: Solar          The installation
                                           project complete and this       of the solar
                                           grant fully expended.4/13/11    photovoltaic
                                           update. GC, Contractor and      panels will
                                           subs are under contract and     reduce the
                                           work to begin on roof next      reliance on
                                           month.1/2011 update. A&E        electric
                        Installation of    complete and sub bids           providers and
                        solar photovoltaic received          12/2010.      lessen the
$1,500,000   $1,500,000 panels             General Contractor bids due     release of          Completed
                                            Construction of the             To invest in
                                           Transportation Center began     transportation,
                                           on August 2010. During the      environmental
                                           quarter site work continued     protection and
                                           with the installation of        other
                                           electrical conduit and storm    infrastructure
                        Construction of a water collection and soil        that will provide
                        Transportation     removal, pouring of second      for long term
                        Center in the City floor slab, the assembly of     economic
 $126,893      $126,893 of Amesbury        CMU bearing walls, erection     benefits and to     Less Than 50% Completed
                                            2.01. CCRTA has hired a         The purpose of
                                            new fleet operator, MV          this project is to
                                            Transit, with considerable      invest in
                                            experience with Trapeze         transportation,
                                            PASS, the new CCRTA             environmental
                                            paratransit scheduling and      protection and
                                            dispatching software. MV        other
                         Cape Cod           Transit officially takes over   infrastructure
                         Smart/Green        operations on October 1,        that will provide
 $5,405,977   $4,770,655 Transit Initiative 2011. 2.03. Phase II of         long term            More than 50% Completed
                                            As of 9/30/11, the              This grant will
                                            community outreach              be used to
                                            process is underway relative    invest in public
                                            to bus stops and corridors;     transportation
                                            engineering and design work     by making bus
                                            is underway for 13 key bus      route
                                            routes; the procurement         improvements
                                            process has begun;              (e.g., stop
                         Key Bus Route      construction is underway for    consolidation,
  $990,865      $990,865 Improvements       Silver Line Washington          curb                 Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This grant has allowed the      The WRTA is
                                            WRTA to select a vendor to      utilizing these
                                            provide the following ITS       funds to obtain
                                            items, an automated             Inteligent
                                            passenger counting system,      Transporation
                                            an asset/vehicle monitoring     System
                                            system and a traffic signal     upgrades for
                         Intelligent Transp priority system; a contract     the entire fleet
                         Systems, Facility has been issued and the          of vehicles and
  $204,655      $204,655 A&E                project is ongoing. A & E       to complete the      Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This TIGER grant will allow     This grant will
                                            the MBTA to extend the          be used to
                                            Fitchburg Commuter Rail         extend
                                            Line an additional 4.5 milies   Fitchburg
                                            westward of its current         Commuter Rail
                         TIGER - Fitchburg terminus, utilizing the          Line service 4.5
                         Commuter Rail      existing Pan Am Southern        miles westward
                         Line Extension     railway corridor. The project   to a new station
                         and Wachusett      will benefit both passenger     at Wachusett;
  $739,221      $739,221 Station            rail service and freight        including track,     Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This grant has allowed the      The WRTA is
                                            WRTA to enter a contract        utilizing these
                                            for the following Inteligent    funds to
                                            Transporation Systems           purchase
                                            (ITS) items, Automatic          fifteen (15) new
                                            Vehicle Location System;        buses including
                                            Automatic Voice                 four (4) hybrid-
                         Vehicles, ITS,     Annunciation System;            diesel/electric
                         Equipment,         Automatic Vehicle               powered buses,
$10,399,629   $9,157,771 Facility A&E       Monitoring/Asset                purchase             More than 50% Completed
                                            For the Red Line floating       This grant will
                                            slab replacement project,       be used to
                                            survey work has identified      invest in public
                                            critical areas and the          transportation
                                            procurement process for a       by providing
                                            leak mitigation contract and    accessibility
                         Wedgemere          track materials is underway;    improvements
                         Accessibility/Red tunnel preparation work for      at the
                         Line Floating Slab construction activities is in   Wedgemere
 $1,010,987   $1,010,987 Work               process. As of 9/30/11, the     commuter rail        Less Than 50% Completed
                                            The renovation of the           To Invest in
                                            MVRTA's only                    transpotation,
                         Construction of    office/maintenance facility     environmental
                         Office/Maintenanc continued toward completion      protection and
                         e Facility         during the quarter. During      other
                         Renovations n      the quarter work continued      infrastructure
                         Haverhill and      on the punchlists prepared      that will provide
                         Transportation     by the Architect, Resident      long term
                         Center in          Engineer and General            benefits and to
 $5,508,807   $4,788,541 Amesbury           Contractor. By the end of       preserve and         More than 50% Completed
                            Procure                As of 9/30/11, this grant has      This grant will
                            paratransit vans,      allowed the MBTA to put            be used to
                            construct bicycle      108 new paratransit vans in        procure 108
                            parking facilities,    service, construct a 'bus-         paratransit
                            provide bus            only' lane and bus shelter for     vans, provide
                            stop/service           a Silver Line service              bicycle parking
                            enhancements,          extension to South Station,        facilities at up
                            extend Silver Line     install fencing along MBTA         to 50 stations,
                            bus rapid transit      rights-of-way, perform an          provide bus
$16,745,020   $16,745,020   service, improve       engineering analysis for           stop and           More than 50% Completed
                            vehicle                Update 10/14/11 . Piggy            These ARRA
                            Surveillance           back procurement for               funds are being
                            camera upgrade,        Hybrid/Electric bus complete       used to
                            3 new                  with delivery scheduled for        purchase 2 new
                            maintenance            December 2011 (partially           hybrid electric
                            vehicles, fuel tank    funded with this grant ).          buses, 3 new
                            reconfig,              Procurement of fareboxes           cutaway transit
                            equipment              for fixed route buses is           buses, bus and
                            replacement,           ongoing go-live date is            facility
 $3,657,997    $3,657,997   computer               estimated to be November           surveillance       Completed
                            Rebuild Orient         As of 9/30/11, construction        This grant will
                            Heights yard           is substantially complete for      be used to
                            track, install         both North Quincy and              invest in public
                            emergency              Braintree Stations (platform       transportation
                            lighting, replace      and structural repairs);           by rebuilding
                            substation control     construction is underway at        track at the
                            batteries and          Back Bay Station (reroofing        Orient Heights
                            tunnel pump room       project); trackwork                yard, installing
                            equipment, repair      reconstruction is underway         emergency
$35,301,944   $17,234,500   Back Bay Station       at the Blue Line Orient            lighting at        More than 50% Completed
                            Purchase hybrid        As of 9/30/11, this grant has      This grant will
                            buses, rehabilitate    allowed the MBTA to                be used to
                            bus facilities,        undertake areaway/sidewalk         procure twenty-
                            double track a         reconstruction work in             five articulated
                            portion of the         connection with the Silver         60' hybrid
                            Fitchburg              Line bus lane project, take        buses, double
                            commuter rail line,    delivery of 25 articulated 60'     track a portion
                            make                   hybrid buses (with all 25 in       of the Fitchburg
                            improvements to        revenue service on highly          commuter rail
$60,224,516   $60,224,516   Ashmont Station,       used/congested bus routes),        line,              More than 50% Completed
                            Systemwide             As of 9/30/11, this grant has      This grant will
                            commuter rail          allowed the MBTA to                be used to
                            improvements           undertake final design and         make repairs
                            include stations,      engineering work; initiate         and
                            facilities, bridges,   commuter rail station and          improvements
                            double tracking,       facility projects (e.g., station   to commuter
                            signals and a new      platform repairs, facility roof    rail stations,
                            interlocking; as       replacement); procure              facilities and
                            well as emergency      materials; undertake               bridges; install
$24,662,628   $24,662,628   tunnel signage         construction work on the           emergency          Less Than 50% Completed




                                            Staff has identified the
                                            buses we intend to procure.
                         Purchase two       The Purchasing Manager
                         replacement        attended an FTA seminar on
        $0            $0 buses              bus procurements.                                         Less Than 50% Completed
                         Replace up to four This grant will allow the                 This Recovery
                         conventional       transit agency to purchase                Act grant is
                         diesel buses with up to four new low-floor,                  used for the
                         up to four Series plug-in hybrid electric transit            purchase of
                         Hybrid Electric    buses for the replacement of              new low-floor,
                         Low Floor Transit conventional diesel buses.                 plug-in hybrid
                         buses. These       As a result of these                      electric buses.
                         buses are to be    investments, the transit                  These projects
                         “plug-ins― agency will be able to offer                  will invest in
   $38,864       $38,864 and will require   public transportation service             transportation, Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This project supports a 3.4
                                            mile light rail segment
                                            connecting Downtown
                                            Detroit to the New Center
                                            district along the region's
                                            main traffic artery
                                            Woodward Avenue (M-1).
                                            Quarterly Activities:
                          Woodward Light    Received the environmental
        $0             $0 Rail Project      Record of Decision from the                           Not Started
                                            During this quarter, Allegan         The funding is
                                            County's fluid distribution          used to
                                            system was installed. The            purchase
                                            remaining fixtures, a roof           buses and
                          Facility          vent and components for the          equipment,
                          Renovation/Constr power wash system should             construct a
                          uction, Bus       be complete by the end of            transfer
                          Replacements,     next quarter. Thunder Bay            station/shelter,
                          and Equipment     TA continues to work with            and complete
$12,870,382   $12,870,382 Purchases         the Michigan Department of           facility         More than 50% Completed




                                               Working on procurement of
                                               two (2) transit buses.
                                               Writing Request for
                          Tribal Transit       Proposals for third-party
        $0             $0 Project              procurement.                                        Less Than 50% Completed
                                               A contract was awarded for        THE ARRA
                                               facility renovations and work     FUNDS WERE
                                               is almost completed. We           USED TO
                                               have complteted a bus hoist       PURCHASE
                                               replacement project and           AND INSTALL
                                               purchased 2 staff cars. A         NEW COACH
                         Facility              contract for our vehicle          OPERATOR
                         improvment and        computer project has been         SEATS ON
                         vehicle/equipment     awarded and a project             BATTLE
  $254,140      $254,140 replacment            scheduling meeting has            CREEK             Less Than 50% Completed
                         3 <30FT (Diesel) 1    Last project still in progress,   *** Note - All
                         30FT (Diesel) S -     also in process of revising       funds are
                         AVL & MDT, LCD        grant to utilize all available    infrastructure
                         monitors, Radio       funds. (Doug Britz                funds to
                         conversion and        10/14/2011) Still awaiting        provide
                         radios, safety        last project to be completed      transportation.
                         belts, restripe old   to revise grant to further        There was
                         buses, bus seat       utilze remaining funding.         confusion on
                         steam cleaner,        Estimate 2 - 3 months to          (on my part)
  $536,903      $536,903 phone headsets,       completion                        with an ARRA      More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant allows three           This grant is
                         Purchase and          transit agencies, Battle          used for the
                         install 21 mini-      Creek Transit (BCT), Bay          purchase and
                         hybrid                Metro Transportation              installation of
                         components in         Authority (BMTA), and             mini-hybrid
                         existing transit      Saginaw Transit Authority         components to
                         vehicles of three     Regional Services (STARS),        improve fuel
                         transit agencies in   to purchase and install a         efficiency.
                         the State of          total of 21 mini-hybrid           These projects
  $488,410      $488,410 Michigan.             components in their existing      invest in         More than 50% Completed
                                               MAJOR WORK ON THIS                REPLACE AN
                                               FACILITY HAS BEEN                 EXISITING
                                               COMPLETED AND THE                 FACILITY
                                               FACILITY IS IN USE.               THAT HAS
                                               ANOTHER SHELTER AND               BEEN IN USE
                                               MORE BECNCHES HAVE                FOR 28
                                               BEEN ORDERED AND THE              YEARS, AND
                                               PROJECT SHOULD BE                 IS BEING
                          BUS TRANSFER         COMPLETE BY THE END               RELOCATED
   $64,440        $64,440 FACILITY             OF THE NEXT QUARTER.              DUE TO            Less Than 50% Completed
                          Preventive        Funding is provided for the        To invest in
                          maintenance,      following transit-related          transportation,
                          purchases/replace projects: preventive               environmental
                          ments of support  maintenance on existing            protection, and
                          vehicles and      buses; purchase of service         other
                          equipment,        equipment to support               infrastructure
                          computer          preventive maintenance             that will provide
                          equipment and     activities; computer               long-term
                          applications,     equipment and applications         economic
$18,387,938   $14,632,938 facilities        to better manage the               benefit. To         Less Than 50% Completed
                                            Quarterly Activities - 1.5% of     This grant is
                                            the construction of a new          funding the
                                            1350 cubic feet per minute         construction of
                                            natural gas compressor was         a new 1350
                                            completed in the third             cfm
                                            quarter of 2011. When              compressor
                          Purchase of 1350 added to the 97% completed          which will result
                          CFM CNG           by the previous quarter,           in a more
                          Compressor        98.5% of the project has           dependable
 $1,331,888    $1,331,888 Station           been completed by the end          supply of           More than 50% Completed
                                            Use of the Central Campus          This ARRA
                                            Transit Center (CCTC)by            grant is being
                                            riders and buses began in          used to expand
                                            August, 2011. Substantial          the AATA bus
                                            completion occured by              storage facility,
                                            November 15, 2010. The             construct an
                                            partners who developed the         expanded
                          FY 2010 Section transit center are developing        transit center,
                          5307 ARRA         improvements to refine the         develop and
  $810,922       $530,922 Program           operation and complete the         improve an on-      Less Than 50% Completed
                                            During the fourth quarter of       The funds will
                                            this fiscal year two facility      be used to
                                            renovation projects were           purchase
                                            completed. Greater Lapeer          vehicles that
                                            Transportation Authority           have no other
                                            completed the repair and           source of
                                            resurfacing of their parking       funding, office,
                          ARRA Vehicle,     lot and the City of Ionia had      communication
                          Facilities, and   keyless entry locks installed      , security, and
  $255,547       $255,547 Equipment         on their facility. Several         maintenance         More than 50% Completed
                                            Activity this quarter: The ITS     The rationale of
                                            project focussed on                the project is to
                                            improving communication            meet purpose
                          ITS               between dispatch and               #4 of ARRA,
                          implementation,   vehicles. Each vehicle was         'To invest in
                          preventive        checked to ensure the              transporation,
                          maintenance,      modem was relaying back to         environmental
                          security and      the server. The MDCs were          protection, and
                          enhancement       updated and employees              other
 $5,553,941    $5,553,941 projects          given more training. Also          infrastructure      More than 50% Completed
                                            This quarter, ALTRAN TA            The funding is
                                            completed facility                 used to provide
                                            improvment/energy                  operarting
                                            modication projects and            assistance,
                          Facility          Benzie TA completed enery          purchase
                          Renovation/Constr modifications to their facility,   buses,
                          uction, Bus       lighting, and installed garage     equipment, and
                          Replacements,     doors. Next quarter                complete
                          and Equipment     Crawford County, Charlevoix        facility
 $7,097,613    $7,097,613 Purchases         County, and Isabella County        improvement/gr      Less Than 50% Completed
                                            This grant will allow Harbor       Harbor Transit
                                            Transit to purchase three (3)      was able to
                                            replacement buses, all             invest in
                                            which will be less than 30         transportation,
                                            feet in length and with lower      environmental
                                            floors. It also allows the         protection, and
                                            rehabilitation of the indoor       other
                          3 Gasoline <30-   bus parking area and to            infrastructure
                          FT, Equipment,    purchase a floor scrubber.         that will provide
  $299,618       $299,618 Rehab Facility    The bus maintenance                long-term           Less Than 50% Completed
                                             Substantial completion of      SMART’s
                                             the facility renovation        Recovery Act
                                             project. In FY 2011 Q2, it     grant was used
                                             was stated that project        to fund a
                                             would be completed by          number of
                          Purchase 3 Hybrid 6/30/2011. Due to               projects for
                          SUVs, 1 Truck,     inadeqaute performance on      LETC,
                          Facility           the part of one vendor,        including
                          Renovation and     LETC is witholding payment     support
  $903,695       $813,326 operating funding. pending a solution to the      vehicles, and  More than 50% Completed




                          Replace 7 35 foot   We continue to fund support
                          buses, PM,          equipment. An order is
                          support and FB      pending for two heavy duty
  $733,349             $0 equipment           transit buses.                                     Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                               Partial
                                                                               renovation of
                                                                               33 year old
                                                                               transit
                                                Acquired communications maintenance
                                               equipment as part of facility facility; transit
                                               expansion; Development          administrative
                                               work with consultant for        office
                          FTA Transit          Intelligent Transportation      expansion for
  $974,425       $234,328 Capital Grant        System (ITS) project            new county-       Less Than 50% Completed
                          Buy rep buses        1) Returned Federal funds       SMART’s
                          (30ft, 40ft, artic), recieved of $1,656 from         Recovery Act
                          acquire fare coll    Purchase Order Change           grant was used
                          equip, acquire       Authority to increase cost for to fund a
                          ADP hdw/softw,       purchase of 40-foot             number of
                          acquire supp         replacement buses to reflect projects for
                          vehs/equip, purch local share, 2) Issued             SMART and
                          AVL, purch comm Purchase Order to acquire LETC,
                          sys, prev maint,     support vehicles, 3) Issued including bus
$11,066,083    $9,014,935 purch signage,       Purchase Order for Bus          replacement,      Less Than 50% Completed
                          Purchase 5-40'       This grant has allowed          CATA's
                          buses; 4-29'         CATA to renovate and            Recovery Act
                          buses;               expand the storage facility     grant will be
                          Rehab/Rebuild 15- and rehabilitate 40' buses.        used to
                          40' buses;           As a result of these            purchase new
                          improvement to       investments, CATA will be       40ft hybrid bus,
                          pedestrian           able to offer public            new small
                          walkways &           transportation service and      buses,
                          installation of bus amenities that are safer,        renovate and
 $5,525,864    $5,525,864 shelters;            more reliable, more             expand the bus More than 50% Completed
                                               The concrete project at the
                                               central bus station was
                                               completed on September
                                               15, 2009. We received           To invest in
                                               $19,300 in federal funds for public
                                               this project. The accounting transportation
                          Capital and facility software upgrade was            that will provide
                          infrastruction       completed May 10, 2010.         long-term
                          improvement          We received $19,325 in          economic
 $1,279,109    $1,279,109 program              federal funds for this project. benefits.         Completed
                                               The Renovation and              To invest in
                                               expansion of the Wealthy        transportation,
                                               Operation Center is a major environmental
                                               investment in Public            protection, and
                                               transportation. The             other
                                               expansion will result in        infrastructure
                                               additional bus storage that that will provide
                                               will allow all buses to be      long-term
                          Wealthy Street       housed in doors. An             economic
$10,543,797   $10,543,797 Facility Expansion expanded and improved             benefits. The More than 50% Completed
                                               *All nine (9) buses          This
                                              purchased under this grant    infrastructure
                                              were delivered by 9/28/10.    investment will
                          2009 TIGGER         In order to be considered     procure new
                          Allocation to       completely 'received,' the    buses. This
                          support             buses must be accepted.       grant supports
                          Metropolitan        This will take place in early the purposes of
                          Counsil Metro       October. Outlays for          the Recovery
                          Mobility Bus        payment on buses as well      Act items 2).To
 $1,037,772    $1,037,772 Replacement.        as job creation will be       assist those        More than 50% Completed
                                              Construction and              The
                                              landscaping of building was   construction of
                                              completed on May 19, 2011.    the transit
                                              Awaiting final federal        facility will
                                              reimbursement and final       result in a more
                                              audit result to close grant./ efficient, timely
                                              The planned facility will be aand reliable
                                              21,000 square foot, slab-on-  transit system.
                          Trailblazer Transit grade, single level skeleton  The new facility
 $2,524,121    $2,499,996 Facility            building which will combine   will improve        Completed
                                              Facility remodel construction The facility
                                              is complete. AMCAT            improvements
                                              remodeled their existing      will create
                                              facility at 2801 West         energy
                                              Oakland Avenue in Austin,     efficiency,
                                              MN. The remodeling            increase facility
                                              includes replacing existing   safety, and
                                              heaters with more energy      allow for
                          AMCAT Facility      efficient units, install      potential new
  $255,000       $250,000 Remodel             additional lights, replace    revenues            Completed
                                              New construction and          Construction of
                                              facility renovations were     the new facility
                                              completed on August 30,       is required to
                                              2011. Awaiting final federal  increase the
                                              funds reimbursement and       efficiency of the
                                              audit before grant can be     existing facility
                                              closed./ These projects       to meet the
                                              add a wash bay, mechanics     needs of an
                          Paul Bunyan         area, office space for 5-6    expanded fleet
 $1,020,000    $1,000,000 Transit Facility    staff persons, conference     and consolidate     Completed
                                              We have taken delivery of     Our new
                                              our new building from ARCO    building will
                                              Building systems and it is    serve as indoor
                                              now fully erected. The        protected
                                              garage doors are installed    storage for our
                                              and now we are awaiting       bus fleet. We
                                              final estimates to install theare also adding
                          Red Lake Transit building electrical system.      on to our
                          Infrastructure      Roger's 2-Way Radio has       existing
  $344,643       $152,361 Improvements        now installed our new         structure to        More than 50% Completed
                                                                            This
                                               *1512 reports updated and infrastructure
                                               resubmitted on 10-21-2010 investment will
                                               to correct amounts received procure new
                          Transit Capital      and amounts disbursed -      buses. This
                          Assistance 5307      including vendor amounts. grant supports
                          formula funds -      *Twelve (12) additional      the purposes of
                          Metropolitan         surveillance units were      the Recovery
                          Council Bus          received during this quarter Act items 2).To
$49,524,702   $49,524,702 Acquisition          ending December 31, 2010. assist those           Completed
                                               The bus has been ordered.
                                               We have not yet made
                                               payment nor requested
                                               repayment from ARRA
                                               funds. We have also
                                               ordered the Automated        Invested in
                                               Vehicle Locator (AVL) but    infrastructure
                                               again have not made          that will provide
                          ARRA Capital         payment nor requested        local economic
   $26,146        $26,146 Purchases            repayment.                   benefit             Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Construction bids were due        Construction of
                                           on June 30th. Three Rivers        the new transit
                                           Transit personnel reviewed        hub and park
                                           the bids and identified the       and ride lot is
                                           apparent successful               required to
                                           proposal in early July. The       increase the
                                           contract award was delayed        efficiency of the
                                           due to the shutdown of State      service delivery
                        Three Rivers       of Minnesota Office of Civil      for the existing
  $84,615       $79,981 Transit Facility   Rights which occurred from        transit system.     Less Than 50% Completed
                                           During the quarter July 1 -       The transit
                                           Sept. 30, 2011: This grant        agency's
                                           funded the installation of an     Recovery Act
                                           outdoor Automatic Vehicle         grant was used
                                           Location (AV). kiosk, which       to purchase
                                           provides estimated time of        one expansion
                                           arrival for fixed routes to       bus for
                                           passengers waiting at a           paratransit
                        Capital Stimulus - major transfer point. In          service for
 $956,025      $956,025 Transit Projects   addition, this grant provided     persons with        More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant allows 31              Purchase of 50
                                           Minnesota public                  Small Buses to
                                           transportation providers to       replace older,
                                           purchase 81 new buses that        less efficient,
                                           significantly improves the        public
                                           quality and reliability of their  transportation
                                           service and that realizes         vehicles in 29
                                           improved fuel economy for         areas of
                        ARRA Vehicle       their bus fleets. These           Minnesota; two
$8,407,413   $8,325,948 Purchase           buses will be used to             (2) medium          More than 50% Completed
                                           In the 4th Quarter of FY          To invest in
                                           2011 the DTA awarded no           transportation
                                           contracts. Total awards are       infrastructure
                                           now $1,294,296 (with              that will provide
                                           change orders) of the             long-term
                                           $1,525,004 awarded to the         economic
                                           DTA. The awards thus far          benefits as well
                        ARRA Projects - are for Parking area paving,         as to preserve
                        Facility - ITS -   security fence, boiler and        and create jobs
$1,280,135   $1,280,135 Hubs - Equipment HVAC replacement,                   and promote         More than 50% Completed
                                           Arrowhead Transit and             The purchase
                                           Ecumen (Meeker County             of hardware
                                           Public Transit) have              and software
                                           executed contracts with           for Arrowhead
                                           Routematch Software. All          Transit and
                                           hardware has been                 Meeker County
                                           purchased. Arrowhead              Public Transit
                                           Transit has begun to use the      in greater
                        ARRA Rural ITS software and continues to             Minnesota.
 $369,226      $369,226 Projects           work with Routematch to           This technology     More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             transportation,
                                                                             environmental
                                                                             protection, and
                                                                             other
                                                                             infrastructure
                                             Warranty work on project        that will provide
                                             still to be completed. Final long-term
                        Downtown bus         draw of funds to be             economic
$1,656,869   $1,656,869 stop project         completed in 10/2011.           benefits            More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             transportation,
                                                                             environmental
                                                                             protection, and
                                             Interior electrical, plumming, other
                                             and HVAC substantially          infrastructure
                        Phase III Bus        completed during the 3rd q. that will provide
                        Garage and           communications, office          long-term
                        Maintenance          furniture, and final fitting of economic
$1,741,613   $1,741,613 Center               offices commenced.              benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To provide
                                                                               public
                                                                               transportation
                                                                               for Mille Lacs
                                                                               Band
                                                                               Reservation
                                               Purchased 5 Ford Escapes        members in the
                                               and 3 Handicapped               Court Liasion
                        ARRA TTP 6             Accessible Dodge                Program and
    200000       200000 Hybrid Vehicles        Caravans.                       Public Health  More than 50% Completed
                                               Site visit by Mr. J. Ted
                                               Schimdt on June 23, 2010.
                                               Perparing RFP for design of
                                               new shop. 5 firms
                                               responded to the RFP. The
                                               firms where graded and a
                                               short list of 3 firms where
                                               selected for interviews. The
                         FTA ARRA Tribal       interviews are scheduled for
        $0            $0 Transit Grant         Oct. 7 2010 beginning at                       Not Started
                                               Has awarded contract with
                                               Ecolane began project in the
                                               month of September with
                                               initial kickoff meetings. In
                                               the process of awarding
                                               contract for kiosk.
                                               (09/30/2011) In negoiations
                         City of Hattiesburg   with Ecolane, Inc. for the
                         ARRA Trolley and      transportation managment
        $0            $0 Equipment             system software.                               More than 50% Completed
                                               Construction activity on this
                                               project began shortly after
                                               the Notice To Proceed was
                                               issued on June 20, 2011.
                                               Activities included project
                                               mobilization, demolition and
                         ARRA JATRAN           site clearance and
                         Administrative &      preparation, underground
                         Maintenance           utilities location and
        $0            $0 Facility              preparation, confirmation of                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                               Quarterly Activities:           This was a
                                               Engineering and design is       purchase of
                                               about 90% complete for the      two 55
                         Section 5311          Natchez construction            passenger fully
                         Nonurbanized          project. A contract for A&E     accessible Inter-
                         Area- Economic        has was awarded for             city buses for
                         Recovery Grant:       Choctaw Transit and Oxford      Delta Bus
                         Vehs-34 Rep, 45       transit. Project                Lines. These
                         Exp, Shelter, ITS,    Description: This grant will    12 year useful
$10,648,925   $1,075,670 MM                    allow the MDOT to fund          life vehicles will More than 50% Completed
                         ARRA - Transit                                        The projects
                         Capital Assistance                                    funded under
                         Grant - Purchase                                      this grant will
                                           Funds expensed/received
                         of one trolley bus,                                   invest in
                         one 40' hybrid    thru the ARRA grant are for         transportation,
                         electric bus, 74  re-imbursement of                   environmental
                         passenger waiting Preventive Maintenace and           protection and
                         shelters, 4 mobileADA Operating expenses              other
                         fare collection   and payments to vendors for         infrastructure
 $1,482,958                                small purchases.
              $1,152,932 equipment, facility                                   that will provide Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Approx. 90% of the projects         To invest in
                                           are completed, we have one          transportation,
                                           more project on a transfer          environmental
                                           station to complete and the         protection, and
                                           largest project, the software       other
                                           project, should be                  infrastructure
                                           completed in the next few           that will provide
                         ITS, Safety &     months, so we should be             long-term
                         Facility          completed by the end of this        economic
 $1,036,482   $1,036,482 Maintenance et al 2011 year, for the whole            benefits           More than 50% Completed
                                                                              The KCATA's
                                                                              Recovery Act
                                             The City of Lee's Summit         grant is being
                                             Mo has taken over                used to
                                             ownership of the park and        purchase new
                                             ride lot and are continuing to   buses; upgrade
                          Bus                work on project design           infrastructure
                          Replacement/Ope which is expected to be             and passenger
                          rating             complete in the upcoming         amenities at
  $816,908       $707,621 Assistance/Capital quarter.                         commuter lot to More than 50% Completed
                                             The quarterly activities         To invest in
                                             include the manufacture or       transportation,
                                             purchase of transit vehicles     environmental
                                             including: modified raised       protection, and
                                             roof vans, 15-passenger          other
                                             vans, 7-passenger minivans,      infrastructure
                                             15 passenger minivans and        that will provide
                                             body on chassis'. the unites     long-term
                          Transit Capital    replaced had exceeded their      economic
$17,199,143   $17,199,143 Assistance         useful life and the              benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                                                              This grant
                                                                              allowed the
                                                                              transit agency
                                                                              to construct a
                                            During this reporting period,     new vehicle
                                            the construction of the new       storage facility
                                            vehicle storage building was      which will
                          Storage Fac,      completed and we are              provide a
                          Shelters, Benches awaiting final walk-though        secure location
  $893,037       $893,037 and Bike Rack     and contract close out.           to store 6        More than 50% Completed
                                            -Prog Coord-Previewed draft-
                                            TIGER video 1-Convened
                                            Reg KC TIGER TEAM
                                            mtgMARC-JCT-KCATA-
                                            Other ptnrs)-Held TIGER
                                            TEAM/PMOC Qrtly mtg-
                          TIGER KC          Uploaded Monthly Prog Rpts-
                          Regional          www.marc.org/TIGER/docu
                          Coordination &    ments.asp-Attended TIGER
  $197,060             $0 Administration    coord mtgs @ JCT-                                Less Than 50% Completed
                                            Bldg 1 Window                  The KCATA's
                                            Replacement project has        Recovery Act
                                            been completed.                grant is being
                                            Maintenance area               used to
                                            improvements are               purchase new
                          Bus               substantially complete and buses; upgrade
                          Replacement/PM/ are expected to be 1005          infrastructure
                          Facility          complete in October.           and passenger
                          Rehab/Security    Design on other building       amenities at
$12,484,609   $10,657,609 Equip             improvements is almost         commuter lot to   More than 50% Completed
                                            Quarterly Activities for Jul - Metro will use
                                            Sep 2011. Eads Bridge:         its grant to
                                            Completing 2011 Inspection rehabilitate the
                                            Report and Historic            portion of the
                                            Preservation Management Eads Bridge on
                                            Plan; Eads Bridge IFB is       which Metro's
                                            being finalized for issuance light rail system
                          ARRA - Eads       in November 2011. North        (MetroLink)
                          Bridge & ML R-O- Hanley: Project is complete trains travel;
 $8,472,515    $4,306,403 W Rehab           and remaining funds are        repair/replace    Less Than 50% Completed
                                            In the current reporting       The KCATA's
                                            period funds were expended TIGER grant
                                            on legal expenses, salary of will fund
                                            Oversite Administrator and investments in
                                            project administration         the Green
                                            expenses and on design         Impact Zone, a
                                            expenses of projects. In the 150- square
                          TIGER-GIZ, MO Green Impact Zone, five of block are in the
                          CORR & STATE the nine sidewalk projects          Kansas City,
  $794,072       $794,072 AVE CORR          have gone out for bid and      MO urban core     Less Than 50% Completed
                                           3rd Quarter 2011: City             City Utilities is
                                           Utilities invested in public       using this grant
                                           transportation by working          to purchase
                                           with Apollo Video                  and install new
                        Transit/Fleet      Technology on the bus              bus security
                        Maintenance        security cameras DVR hard          cameras;
                        Campus             drive problems. Final              purchase five
                        Expansion and      payment was being withheld         new paratransit
                        Purchase Five      from Apollo until these            buses that
$2,001,818   $2,001,818 Paratransit Buses, problems are resolved by           were delivered More than 50% Completed
                                           We contiune to mobilize our
                                           staff for this project. WO 1 -
                                           PARTA - Site visit in June
                                           2011, held Montly Progress
                                           Meeting Conference Calls,
                                           reviewed grantee Revised
                                           Recovery Plan.WO 2 ?
                                           Honolulu ? Site visit in
                                           September 2011, reviewed
   155528                                  project progress                                     Less Than 50% Completed
                                           This grant allowed recipient       MET Transit's
                                           (City of Billings MET Transit)     Recovery Act
                                           to rehabilitate the Bus Wash       grant is being
                                           Facility, which was built in       used to replace
                                           1983. This project was             two low-floor
                                           completed in July 2010. We         buses, a
                                           also received a new Para           paratransit van,
                        ARRA Bus           Transit Van in July 2010.          to rehabilitate
                        replacement &      This van will replace a van        our 27 year old
$1,884,898   $1,516,898 Bus Wash Rehab that had exceeded its useful           Bus Wash and More than 50% Completed
                                           For the quarter 07-01-11           To invest in
                                           through 09-30-11 this grant        transportation,
                                           has allowed our sub                environmental
                                           recipients to continue             protection, and
                                           construction of a new facility     other
                                           in Helena, West                    infrastructure
                                           Yellowstone, Powder River          that will provide
                                           and Richland County.               long-term
                        ARRA recovery      CSKT (Confederated Salish          economic
$9,982,585   $9,982,585 funds investment Kootenai Tribe) has installed        benefits to       More than 50% Completed
                                           Timeline: April 15th, re-
                                           issue RFP. May 13th, new
                                           design-cost proposal
                                           November 30th, deadline
                                           for issuing an Invitation for
                                           Bid (IFB). December 31,
                                           2012 Deadline for
                                           completion of project.
                        ARRA Transit       The revised RFP has
        0             0 Facility           been cleared by FTA, and                          Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Bus barn was started in
                                           march, will be finished in
                                           april. Passenger shelters
                                           have been purchased and
                                           will start setting up in april.
                                           Transit car wash been
                                           awarded to contractor and
                                           will start in April. The transit
                                           office rehab been finish with
   316822                                  new lighting, and flooring.                       More than 50% Completed


                                                                              design, ground
                                                                              work and
                                                                              testing of
                                                                              construction
                        maintenance                                           site for bus
                        facility/constructio RFB SENT OUT AND                 maintenance
                        n of 3 vehicle       CONTRACTOR                       and facility
    26110         26110 garage               SELECTED.                        garage.        Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                          This grant will
                                              This project invests in public
                                                                          fund vehicles
                                              transportation by building or
                                              renovating two (2) bus      and other
                                              facilities to house transit capital items
                                              vehicles as noted in the    for local transit
                                              Award Description. For the  operations,
                                              quarter ended September     thereby
                          Statewide Rural     30, 2011, construction      investing in
                          Transit Capital     continued on the city of    transportation,
 $1,880,433    $1,880,433 Assistance          Sidney bus facility in      providing long- Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                          To invest in
                                              No activity this quarter. This
                                                                          transportation,
                                              grant has allowed the transit
                                              agency to purchase 7 buses  environmental
                                              for fixed route,5 hybrid    protection, and
                          5-Vans, 5           electric vans for ADA       other
                          Shelters, ADA       paratransit service, rehab  infrastructure
                          Service & Bus       bus shelters, purchase bus  that will provide
                          Wash, Bus           wash equipment, install an  long term
                          Purchases and       ADA elevator, enhance the   economic
 $3,524,100    $2,775,100 Bike Racks          AVL system, purchase bike   benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                                                          To date the
                                                                          transit agency's
                                                                          Recovery Act
                                                                          grant
                                                                          purchased (10)
                          Bus replacement                                 radios, (4) hand-
                          (30 vehicles 30                                 held radios,
                          foot or larger) and During quarter end 9/30/11, (1,010) hard
                          Preventive          the grant was prepared for drives for video
 $9,879,481    $9,879,481 Maintenance         closeout.                   surveillance      Completed


                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation
                                                                               and other
                                                                               infrastructure
                                                                               that will provide
                          Purchase buses,                                      long-term
                          facilities and                                       economic
 $5,705,825    $4,972,439 shelters.                     #NAME?                 benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To preserve
                                                                               and create jobs
                                                                               and promote
                                                                               economic
                                           Douglas County performed            recovery
                                           preventive maintenance on           through
                                           its bus fleet and                   investments in
                                           rehabilitation of its aging         public
                          Buses, Software, buses during the 3rd                transportation
 $1,070,814      $943,722 PM and Operating Quarter of 2011.                    projects. The     More than 50% Completed
                                             Purchase contracts have
                                             been awarded and we are
                                             awaiting delivery of the
                                             following vehicles to
                                             enhance our transit fleet: 25'
                                             18-passenger bus 22' 14-
                                             passenger bus Two Toyota
                          ARRA: 2 Buses, 4 Prius's Four 12-passenger
        $0             $0 vans, 3 cars       vans Ford Escape                                  More than 50% Completed
                          1) Boulder         The Bonneville Transit            All three
                          Highway Bus        Center has been operational       projects being
                          Rapid Transit      and open to the public since      undertaken with
                          Construction; 2)   November, 2010. Final             Recovery Act
                          Centennial Hills   construction activities have      funds will
                          Transit Center and been focused on resolving         contribute to
                          Park & Ride; 3)    outstanding issues                the goal of the
                          Central City       regarding lighting and            Recovery Act
                          Terminal           shading, which were               to invest in
$33,661,651   $33,661,651 Construction; 4)   addressed with construction       transportation, Completed
                                            Segment 1 (Boulder Hwy to         The Sahara
                                            Paradise Rd): Demolition &        BRT project is
                                            reconstruction continuing on      contributing to
                                            sidewalks, driveways, and         the goals of the
                                            ADA ramps, 95% complete.          Recovery Act
                                            Traffic signal undergrounds       through
                                            & ITS undergrounds, 100%          investment in
                                            complete. All traffic signal      transportation
                          Sahara Avenue     bases complete with               and other
$17,836,807   $17,836,807 Bus Rapid Transit approximately 30% of masts        supporting       More than 50% Completed




                                                                              Transit Center
                                                                              rehab and
                                           RFP drafted for Bus                website design
                          American         Annunciation System.               completed.
                          Recovery and     Working on upgrading               $192,448.55 for
 $1,237,139            $0 Reinvestment Act software.                          both projects.      More than 50% Completed
                                                                              The project will
                                                                              purchase full
                                                                              size CNG
                                                                              transit vehicles
                                                                              to replace four
                                                                              existing Wildcat
                                                                              Transit fleet
                          4-35 ft CNG                                         and will
                          Replace.          The Project has been              purchase and
 $1,814,000    $1,814,000 Buses/Misc. Equip completed.                        install transit     Completed
                                                                              Projects funded
                                                                              under this grant
                          Federal Transit                                     are creating
                          Administration                                      and retaining
                          Urbanized Area                                      jobs, and
                          Formula Grants:    Four (4) MCI coaches have        investing in
                          Transit Capital    been delivered to the State      transportation
                          Investments--4     of NH and were placed in         infrastructure
                          Commuter           active service in January        that will provide
 $1,994,824    $1,994,824 Coaches            2010.                            long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                             Quarterly activities included    To invest in
                                             associated capital for the       transportation,
                                             previously delivered 35' HD      environmental
                                             buses and trolleys as well as    protection, and
                                             facility work. As a result of    other
                          Buses, Facility    these investments, COAST         infrastructure
                          Improvements,      will be able to offer public     that will provide
                          Equipment, and     transportation service that is   long-term
                          Preventitive       safer, more reliable, more       economic
 $2,872,755    $2,805,472 Maintenance        environmentally friendly, and    benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                                              CART used this
                                                                              grant to
                                                                              purchase three
                                             Vehicle warranty repairs on      (3) low floor
                         PURCHASE 4 <        three vehicles being             ramp equipped
                         30 FT SMALL         performed prior to vehicles      buses to
                         BUSES &             entering revenue service.        increase
                         STATE               299 hours of passenger           passenger
                         OPERATING           transit operations resulting     capacity and
  $398,395      $344,178 ASSISTANCE          in 598 trips provided.           provide more        More than 50% Completed
                                             Projects Completed are Bus       Eligible capital
                                             Wash (12/2009) Support           activies
                                             Vehicle (10/2009) Phone          included
                                             system (01/2010) Security        camera
                                             camera (01/2010) Bike            system, AVL
                                             Racks (06/2010). AVL             system on
                                             (05/2011.) Administrative        vehicles, Bike
                                             building completed ADA           Racks,
                                             curb cuts as well as security    telephone
  $500,282      $433,000 Grant NH90X005      windows in dispatch.             system, office      Completed
                            Federal Transit      Advance Transit completed        To invest in
                            Administration       its facility                     transportation
                            Formula Grants       expansion/construction           infrastructure
                            for Other than       project in September 2011.       (facility
                            Urbanized Areas      In this quarter most rural       renovation/con
                            Transit Capital      transit providers utilized       struction) that
                            Investments: 20      funding for transit operations   will provide
                            buses, vehicle       including bus drivers' &         long-term
                            overhauls,           dispatchers' salaries &          economic,
  $3,210,556     $2,997,394 passenger            wages, which NHDOT               accelerates      More than 50% Completed
                            Federal Transit      NJ TRANSIT is purchasing         The purpose of
                            Administration       equipment for approximately      this award is to
                            ARRA Act of 2009     18 operators of rural            1) Preserve
                            allocated for        services and one intercity       and create jobs
                            Transit Capital      operator. 2 heavy duty           and promote
                            Assistance under     cutaway buses were               economic
                            Section 5311         scheduled for inspection in      recovery. 2) To
                            Transit Capital      preparation of delivery. 19      assist those
                            Assistance,          minibuses have been              affected
  $3,419,114     $3,419,114 Nonurbanized         assembled and inspected.         negatively by    Less Than 50% Completed
                                                 Compressors for Rail and         The five
                                                 Bus locations: Procurement       purposes of the
                                                 package for the Bus              Recovery Act
                                                 locations advertised in July.    are: 1) To
                                                 Bid opening scheduled for        preserve &
                                                 Oct. Procurement package         create jobs and
                                                 for rail location is ready to    promote
                            Energy Efficient     go now that DCA approval         economc
                            Air Compressor       has been received.               recovery. 2) To
    $54,131         $54,131 Systems              Advisement will be in            assist those     Less Than 50% Completed




                            FTA project and      Completed the delivery of 3
                            construction         Management of Transit
                            management           Construction Projects this
   $450,051              $0 training             quarter.                                         More than 50% Completed
                            Federal Transit      1) Hudson-Bergen Danforth        The five
                            Administration       Interlocking: All work is        purposes of the
                            ARRA Act of 2009     substantially complete and       Recovery Act
                            allocated for        is in revenue service with       are: 1) To
                            Transit Capital      closeout work remaining.         preserve &
                            Assistance under     As-built drawings, other than    create jobs and
                            Section 5309         control instrument house,        promote
                            Capital Investment   were completed. 2)               economic
                            Program. Funds       Enhanced Track                   recovery. 2) To
 $65,521,748    $65,521,748 are being used to    Rehabilitation: Started          assist those    More than 50% Completed
                            Federal Transit      1) Bus Rolling Stock: Bus        The five
                            Administration       Rehab is 100% complete. 2)       purposes of the
                            ARRA Act of 2009     Newark Penn Station Plaza        Recovery Act
                            allocated for        West: Received approval of       are: 1) To
                            Transit Capital      Budget revision from FTA.        preserve &
                            Assistance under     Commenced design of              create jobs and
                            Section 5307 and     revised project on the west      promote
                            Section 5340         side of station. 3) Local        economic
                            Urbanized Area       Access Link/AC Jitney            recovery. 2) To
$263,954,386   $263,954,386 Formula Program.     minibus purchase: All            assist those    More than 50% Completed




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                                        One delivery was completed
                                        on July 13 and 14 in
133333.34                               Colorado Springs, CO.                           Less Than 50% Completed



                                        Activites performed during
                                        the quarter included soil
                                        testing, planning process,
                                        and accepting bids to begin
                                        the process of constructing
                     SHAA 'SRKA'        the maintenance garage and
      $0          $0 Transit Garage     purchase of equipment.                         Not Started
                                                                      Four trolley
                                                                      buses were
                                                                      purchased with
                                                                      these funds.
                                                                      These trolley
                                       Additional spare parts have buses will
                                       been received and paid for. assist in
                     PURCHASE          All remaining funds have       providing public
                     FOUR TROLLEY been expended and this              transit services
 $790,312   $790,312 BUSES             grant is complete.             to our           Completed
                                       During the third quarter (July To support
                                       1, 2011 thru September 30, public
                                       2011) the City of Santa Fe transportation
                                       continued work on the          in the City of
                                       design of a new passenger Santa Fe by
                                       shelter proto-type and         investing in
                                       procurement of security        replacement
                     Buses, Shelters, equipment(Automated             buses, mobile
                     Mobile Security   Vehicle Locator AVL)for the security
 $572,500   $572,500 Equip.            buses.                         equipment and Less Than 50% Completed
                                       The status of the projects for
                                       the July ? September 2011
                                       quarter is as follows: Vehicle
                                       project: This project is       2 buses
                                       complete. This purchase        purchased in
                                       was less than the grant        Q2 and 4 bus
                                       budget by $21,075. We will pads have
                                       ask for a budget adjustment been
                     Transit buses and to move this into the          constructed
 $292,836   $292,836 facilities        maintenance facility project. thus far.         Less Than 50% Completed


                                                                         To provide
                                        Ohkay Owingeh invested           transit services
                                        and paid for two Transit         that offer
                                        vehicles in the fourth quarter   access to jobs,
                                        of 2010. Project funds           retail,
                     Tribal Transit     encumbered total 97%             educational,
                     Program Capital    toward the completion of this    and medical
 $147,606   $147,606 Outlay             project.                         facilities.      More than 50% Completed
                                             The New Mexico                    The New
                                             Department of                     Mexico
                                             Transportation’s                Department of
                                             investment in rural public        Transportationâ
                                             transportation is                 €™s current
                                             summarized as follows: City       investment in
                                             of Clovis’s landscaping         rural public
                          Transit Capital    construction at transit offices   transportation
                          Assistance,        has been completed and            infrastructure is
$12,208,162   $12,208,162 Recovery Act       they have also purchased          summarized as       More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant provided for the       The transit
                                             purchase of three self-serve      agency's
                                             ticket kiosks. Delivery of the    Recovery Act
                                             kiosks is complete and the        grant is being
                                             transit agency is                 used for fare
                                             coordinating installation with    box, kiosks,
                                             the equipment supplier with       bus stops and
                          Fareboxes,         final installation expected to    support
                          Kiosks, Shelters & be complete January 2012.         vehicles. As
 $4,141,491    $4,141,491 Support Vehicles This grant provides for the         such, the           Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                               This grant will
                                                                               allow
                                                                               Westchester
                                                                               County to
                                                                               invest in
                                               No funds were used in the       transportation
                                               third quarter. We anticipate    and
                                               drawing down most of the        environmental
                          Transit Vehicles     remaining ARRA funds in         infrastructure
$11,815,991   $10,073,784 and Facilities       the fourth quarter of 2011.     that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                                                                               protection, and
                                           No additional work was              other
                                           completed during the report         infrastructure
                                           quarter. Payments made              that will provide
                                           during the quarter were for         long-term
                          Rehab Intermodal work performed during               economic
  $971,045       $971,045 Parking Facility previous quarters.                  benefits. The       More than 50% Completed
                                           This quarter: Bus and Bus-          Preventive
                                           related equipment was               maintenance
                                           purchased. Orion buses              and repair is
                                           (6)#ET0413, Fords (6)               essential to
                          Transit Bus      ET0411, and Arboc Buses             maintaining
                          Purchase,        (2) ET 0411 were purchased          federally-
                          Preventive       with this grant. All buses          funded assets.
                          Maintenance,     are in service. One                 Mechanics
                          Purchase         additional heavy duty bus           perform
 $4,042,598    $4,042,598 Equipment        will be purchased with the          necessary           More than 50% Completed
                                                                               The County will
                                                                               use this grant
                                               The County has issued an        to purchase 14
                                               RFB for the transit buses;      transit buses
                                               the bid is to be awarded in     and five dial-a-
                                               the 4th quarter of 2011. The    buses. The
                                               County is finalizing the bid    projects funded
                          Hybrid transit       for the dial-a-buses, which     under this grant
                          buses and            will be issued by the end of    will invest in
  $200,000       $200,000 cutaways             the 4th quarter of 2011.        transportation,     Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                                                                               protections,
                                                                               and other
                                                                               infrastructure
                          Bus                  The CNYRTA has received         that will provide
                          Replacements/        30 passenger shelters that      long-term
                          Bus Shelter          have been accepted and          economic
$12,299,477   $12,299,477 Replacements         paid for.                       benefits.           Completed
                                            7/1/2011 to9/31/2011.Final To invest in
                                            payments were made to the transportation,
                                            Project Manager, HAKS.         environmental
                                            Dollars were saved from        protection, and
                                            original contract. Original    other
                                            contract price was             infastructure
                                            $122,400...final price was     that will provide
                        Fuel Tank,          $111,910. The savings of       long-term
                        Construction,AVL,   $10,490 has been allocated economic
$2,219,622   $2,219,622 bus purchase        to the Trapeze fare and        benefits. The       More than 50% Completed
                                            The estimated operating        (1) To preserve
                                            budget for Chemung County and create jobs
                                            Transit System, as defined and promote
                                            by NTD Reporting System        economic
                                            (NTD), for 4/1/09 to 3/31/10 recovery. (2)
                                            is $5,400,000. Estimated       To assist those
                                            Preventivie Mainteance         most impacted
                       Preventive           (PM) costs in the operating by the
                       Maintenance &        budget for quipment and        recession. (3)
 $944,147     $944,147 Bus Purchase         facilities is $1,200,000 less To provide           More than 50% Completed
                                            The Purchase Order has         To invest in
                                            been submitted to Gillig for transportation,
                       Purchase hybrid-     the Purchase of 2 hybrid-      environmental
                       electric buses-      electric buses (5/10). The     protection, and
                       hybrid-electric      anticipated date of assembly other
                       support vehicles-    is November 2011. 1/14/11- infrastructure
                       shop equipment-      The procurement process        that will provide
                       ITS equipment-       and purchase of the            long-term
                       electronic           cleaning equipment has         economic
 $114,728     $114,728 fareboxes            been done. The request for benefits. The           Less Than 50% Completed
                                            10/12/2011 - During this       11/2/10 (1) To
                                            quarter our 2011 Gillig        preserve and
                                            buses were delivered and       create jobs and
                                            put in service. Final          promote
                                            assembly was made at the economic
                                            Gillig plant in Hayward,       recovery. (2) To
                       Purchase Bus         California. The buses were assist those
                       Wash, Security       delivered to The City of       most impacted
                       Fence and Rolling    Kingston DPW at 478            by the
 $368,299     $283,130 Stock.               Hasbrouck Avenue,              recession. (3)      Completed
                                            The County has paid these To invest in
                                            operating assistance funds transportation,
                                            to all but one of the bus      environmental
                                            operators to help offset their protection, and
                                            2009 and 2010 operating        other
                                            expenses. The remaining        infrastructure
                                            operator, pending              that will provide
                        ARRA Operating      verification of their 2010     long-term
                        Assistance-         annual report, will be paid by economic
$1,509,513   $1,509,513 Newburgh Area       the end of first quarter 2012. benefits. The       More than 50% Completed
                                            This project applies the       To invest in
                                            2009 Sec. 5311 Funds to        transportation,
                                            Sec. 5307 (ARRA) of            environmental
                                            $460,000 for bus               protection, and
                                            replacement and scheduling other
                                            software. Funds ($360,000) infrastructure
                                            will be used to purchse one that will provide
                       Preventive           heavy duty 40 foot bus with long-term
                       Maintenance &        expected useful life of 12     economic
  $71,781      $71,781 Bus Purchase         yeras/500,000 miles. Funds benefit. The            Less Than 50% Completed
                                            The City of Poughkeepsie is To invest in
                       Operating            currently finalizing the       transportation,
                       Assistance/Preven    figures for 2009 and will be environmental
                       tive                 requesting the Operating       protection, and
                       Maintenance/Fare     and Preventive Maintenance other
                       box,                 reimbursements, as soon        infrastructure
                       communication,se     as, this process is            that will provide
                       curity & bus         completed. A portion of the long-term
                       equipment/Transit    Operating Assistance has       economic
 $473,647     $343,647 HUB                  been drawn ($130,000           benefits. The       Less Than 50% Completed
                                               Continued work on the Stop       To invest in
                                               Improvements, Continued          transportation,
                                               PM work on the Revenue           enviromental
                                               Vehicles. Continued Work         protection, and
                                               on the Garage Facility.          other
                                               Glens Falls new telephone        infrastructure
                                               and computer system were         that will provide
                                               purchased for apprx.             long-term
                          Capital              $17,000 and in use as of         economic
 $1,040,628    $1,040,628 Improvements         12/31/2010. GGFT has             benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                               July-Sept 2011: Six transit      To invest in
                                               buses for TCAT were              transportation,
                                               delivered in September           environmental
                                               2011. This completes the         protection, and
                                               projects in the grant, which     other
                                               will be closed out in October    infrastructure
                                               2011, after FTA funds are        that will provide
                                               drawndown. Apr-June 2011:        long-term
                          FFY 2009 Capital     No activity to report for this   economic
 $1,173,384    $1,173,384 Bus Replacement      quarter. TCAT's order for 6      benefits. The       Completed
                          Metropolitan         The grant includes one           To invest in
                          Transportation       infrastructure project for       transportation,
                          Authority ARRA       MTA New York City Transit.       environmental
                          Transportation       Remote Third Rail Heater         protection, and
                          Investment in        Control System, 43%              other
                          Greenhouse Gas       complete. There was a            infrastructure
                          and Energy           problem with the relays          that will provide
                          Reduction            failing in the closed mode.      long-term
                          (TIGGER) for         The redesigned control           economic
 $1,629,261    $1,629,261 MTA NYCT Third       boxes experienced a              benefits. The       More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant will allow            The New York
                                               subrecipients to purchase        State
                          Purchase 170         replacement buses to             Department of
                          buses, passenger     maintain the infrastructure in   Transportation'
                          shelters, bus stop   a state of good repair; buses    s grant will be
                          signs, shop          will also be purchased for       used to provide
                          equipment, transit   expanded service;                funding to 33
                          facility design,     passenger shelters and bus       grantees to
                          construction and     stop signs will be purchased     purchase 170
$14,469,627   $14,469,627 rehab                and installed to make transit    replacement         More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant was amended
                                               and will fund the                FTA defines
                                               procurement of 32                infrastructure to
                                               replacement compressed           include all
                          Metropolitan         natural gas (CNG) 40 foot        eligible capital
                          Transportation       buses and associated             activities.
                          Authority Long       capital maintenance parts.       These capital
                          Island Bus           The second option to the         expenditures
                          §5307 Formula       new bus contract was             were for a bus
$14,140,365   $14,140,365 Funds ARRA           exercised during the fourth      procurement.      More than 50% Completed
                                               The initial engineering and      This grant has
                                               design work of a site            allowed
                                               improvement project has          RGRTA to fund
                                               progressed through initial       the engineering
                          FTA Section 5307     design and environmental         and design
                          Economic             review. A final design has       work of a site
                          Recovery Grant       been selected and a              improvement
                          for RGRTA and        Construction Consultant          project, the
                          subsidiaries for     contract was awarded at          design and
$14,271,132   $14,271,132 FFY 2009.            RGRTA's February Board           construction of More than 50% Completed
                                               Project Description:This         To invest in
                                               grant allows the NFTA to         transportation,
                                               purchase 56 40-foot transit      environmental
                                               buses for service in Erie and    protection, and
                                               Niagara Counties for a total     other
                                               of $24,430,788. As a result      infrastructure
                                               of this investment, the NFTA     that will provide
                                               is able to offer public          long-term
                          ARRA - Purchase      transportation service that is   economic
$24,375,122   $24,375,122 of 56 Buses          safer, more reliable, more       benefits. The     More than 50% Completed
                                               In the past quarter, the in-       The purpose of
                                               house maintenance                  this project is to
                                               personnel have maintained          invest in
                                               Staten Island ferry assets in      transportation,
                            Transit Capital    a state of good repair by          environmental
                            Assistance -       executing daily maintenance        protection, and
                            Staten Island      work. In addition, the             other
                            Ferry System       shipyard dry-docking third         infrastructure
                            Asset              party contractor began work        that will provide
 $37,036,711    $32,361,987 Maintenance        on the Andrew J. Barberi           long-term            More than 50% Completed
                                               As of September 30, 97% of         The purpose of
                                               design work is complete.           this project is to
                                               Elements being designed            rehabilitate
                                               include eight vehicle ramps,       eight vehicular
                                               a pedestrian bridge, and a         bridges, one
                            Transit Capital    parking lot at the connection      pedestrian
                            Assistance - St.   point between public and           bridge, and one
                            George Ferry       private transportation             parking field.
                            Terminal Ramps modes. Four of the vehicle             The bridges
 $75,571,180    $75,274,747 Rehabilitation     ramps are fully designed.          provide access       Less Than 50% Completed
                                               MNR Tarrytown Station-             To invest in
                                               Yonkers Contracting Co. -          transportation,
                                               65% complete. Electrical           environmental
                            Metropolitan       rough-in                           protection, and
                            Transportation     continued..Construction of         other
                            Authority ARRA     Track 2/4 island platform          infrastructure
                            §5309 Metro-      slabs is complete.                 that will provide
                            North/New York     Completed off site                 long-term
                            City Transit Fixed fabrication and erection of        economic
$140,975,750   $140,975,750 Guideway Mod       structural steel for north         benefits. The        More than 50% Completed
                                               MNR Poughkeepsie                   To invest in
                            Metropolitan       Windows&Doors, GEM                 transportation,
                            Transportation     Construction&Renovation            environmental
                            Authority ARRA 100% compl. Project is                 protection, and
                            §5307 Long        complete. GCT Facilities,          other
                            Island Rail        F.J. Sciame Const Co 100%          infrastructure
                            Road/Metro-North compl. Employees moved in            that will provide
                            Railroad/New York and occupy space. Punch             long-term
                            City Transit       list progressed. Substantial       economic
$266,791,332   $266,791,332 Formula            compl. achieved 7/2011.            benefits. The        More than 50% Completed
                                               Contract 4B: A/C Mezz              To invest in
                                               Reconstruction & J/Z               transportation,
                                               Vertical Circulation award to      environmental
                                               Skanska, $119.9M on                protection, and
                                               7/31/09. 135 William St            other
                                               entrance was opened to the         infrastructure
                                               public on 8/1/11. Completed        that will provide
                            ARRA-Fulton        installation of glass wall tiles   long-term
                            Street Transit     at A/C Mezz area east of           economic
$182,916,760   $182,916,760 Center (FSTC)      Nassau St. Installation of         benefits. This       Less Than 50% Completed




                                                 Held Workshop in
                                                 November. Completed
     190537                                      Reviews                                               Completed




      74000                                      Project Started                                       Less Than 50% Completed
                                        received 6 buses the end of
                                        this quarter which are being
                                        inspected before accepting
                                        delivery. Invoices totalling
                        TIGGER Hybrid   $3,572,862 will be paid in
       $0            $0 Bus Procurement October 2011.                                          More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To preserve
                                                                             and create jobs
                                                                             and promote
                                                                             economic
                                                                             recovery in the
                                                                             construction
                                                                             industry which
                                                                             has been
                       ARRA for 4 buses, No activity during reporting        particularly
$2,321,993    $715,434 busway, equip.    quarter                             affected in the More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             transportation,
                                                                             environmental
                                                                             protection and
                                                                             other
                                                                             infrastructure
                                                                             that will provide
                                                                             long-term
                        ARRA funds5         No Activity during this          economic
$2,959,662   $2,959,662 buses, security     quarter.                         benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                                            This grant allowed Chapel        To preserve
                                            Hill Transit to order eight      and create jobs
                                            new paratransit vehicles,        and promote
                                            replacing an older fleet         economic
                                            ranging in age from 7 to 9       recovery. To
                                            years. As a result of the        invest in
                                            investment, Chapel Hill          transportation,
                        Federal Transit     Transit will be able to offer    environmental
                        and Formula         transportation service that is   protection and
$2,681,951   $2,681,951 Grant               safer, more reliable, and        other             More than 50% Completed
                        Purchase of five    This grant has allowed           Triangle
                        replacement         Triangle Transit to purchase     Transit's
                        buses, three        five heavy-duty transit buses    Recovery Act
                        replacement         for its fixed-route service      grant was used
                        paratransit vans, a and three light transit          to purchase
                        Real-Time           vehicles for its paratransit     five
                        Passenger Arrival service. The vehicles will         replacement 40-
                        System, repaving replace an aging fleet which        ft. heavy-duty
                        of the Bus          will decrease our                buses, three
$2,453,830   $2,453,830 Operations and      maintenance costs. We            replacement       More than 50% Completed
                                       This grant allowed the
                                       transit agency to purchase 5
                                       low-floor, clean diesel
                                       buses. As a result of these
                                       investments, the transit
                                       agency will be able to offer
                                       public transportation service
                                       that is safer and more
       $0           $0 ARRA 5 Buses    environmentally friendly.                              More than 50% Completed
                                       New activity in the most              Tar River
                                       recent quarter include the            Transit's use of
                                       completion of the purchase            ARRA Transit
                                       and installation of 27 bus            Urban Capital
                                       shelters throughout the City.         Assistance
                                       Additionally, more                    funds
                                       equipment was procured to             represents a
                       ARRA 2 BUS, PM, upgrade video equipment in            multi-faceted
                       EQUIP, RE,      City buses. Tar River                 investment in
 $697,475     $697,475 SHELTERS        Transit (TRT), the urban              Rocky Mount's More than 50% Completed
                                                                           the transit
                                                                           agency's used
                                                                           this grant to
                                                                           preform
                                          This grant allowed the           maintenance
                                          transit to do maintenance on     on an aging
                                          the aging fleet to make the      fleet to further
                                          system run more effectively      invest in
$3,796,351   $3,417,584 ARRA,             and safely.                      transportation. Less Than 50% Completed
                                          This grant allowed the Town      To preserve
                                          of Chapel Hill, as a             and create jobs
                                          designated recipient, to         and promote
                                          purchase 2 light transit         economic
                                          vehicles for Orange County,      recovery. To
                                          North Carolina for use by        invest in
                        Purchase 2 Light Orange Public Transit. The        transportation
                        Transit           vehicles were ordered using      and
                        Vehicles/Federal a Notice to Proceed issued        environmental
 $182,674      $182,674 Transit           to National Bus Sales &          protection. The More than 50% Completed
                                          (1) AVL System project is        To invest in
                                          100% complete. Installation      transportation,
                                          for 12 buses complete with       environmental
                                          modems, base station,            protection, and
                                          software, database, AVM.         other
                                          Signs for transit center have    infrastructure
                                          been installed and are           that will provide
                        AVL/GPS,          functional,albeit with some      long-term
                        Fareboxes, Vans, technical issues to still be      economic
$1,204,763   $1,204,763 Furnishings       resolved by the vendor.          benefits.         Completed
                                          The purchase of five (5) 34-
                                          FT Replacement Buses that
                                          have an expected useful life
                                          of (150,000 miles or FIVE)
                                          years was made and
                                          delievered. Staff is working
                                          toward the procurement of
                                          the electronic farebox
                        ARRA, 5 Buses, equipment, automated                Purchase of 5
 $574,768      $505,098 Facilities, Equip passenger counters, and          buses            Less Than 50% Completed
                                          During the quarter, this grant   The Capital
                                          has allowed Greenville Area      purchases for
                                          Transit (GREAT) to               the quarter are
                                          purchase 2 hybrid-electric       two (2) 35-foot
                                          buses to expand service and      hybrid-electric
                        49 USC 5307-      modernize the fleet,             buses with a
                        Urbanized Area    purchase video surveillance      life of 12 years
                        Formula-          equipment to enhance             to be used to
                        Economic          safety of passengers and         expand the
$1,426,576   $1,323,729 Recovery          drivers, and begin upgrades      transit system, More than 50% Completed
                                          The City of Asheville will use
                                          the funds to purchase 5
                                          clean diesel buses and 10
                                          shelters. The City has to bid
                                          on its own since the FTA
                                          didnt accept the contract.
                                          Specs have been finalized
                                          to release the RFP. The City
                        Buy Replacement is working on permits for
       $0            $0 30-Foot Bus       shelter installation, RFP was                      Less Than 50% Completed
                                          Guilford County will             The projects
                                          purchase five (5) 20` LTVs       funded under
                                          to begin to establish county     this grant will
                                          owned fleet instead of           invest in
                                          depending upon a third party     transportation,
                                          contractor providing             environmental
                                          vehicles. The current            protection, and
                        ARRA 6 Buses      Guilford County contractor is    other
                        Shelter Equip     using 40 vehicles at peak to     infrastructure
 $690,963      $482,855 Pads              provide service. The county      that will provide More than 50% Completed
                                                                                The new and
                                                                                replacement
                                                                                buses will allow
                                                                                passengers of
                                                                                Goldsboro, NC
                                                                                are access to
                                                With new maintenance            jobs. The signs
                                                technician we will handle our   and post will
                                                preventive maintenance with     allow
  $843,337       $754,337 NC-96-X017-00         much more efficiency.           passengers          More than 50% Completed
                                                This grant has allowed the      The Western
                                                funding for operating           Piedmont
                                                assistance has helped           Regional
                                                Western Piedmont Regional       Transit
                                                Transit Authority (WPRTA)       Authority's
                                                to maintain and increase        Recovery Act
                                                service in the four county      grant is being
                          ARRA 6 vehicles,      regional area that it serves.   used to
                          shelters,             During this period, a           purchase low
 $1,803,253    $1,803,253 equipment             replacement van was             floor biodisel      More than 50% Completed
                                                Oct. 2011 - report period is    For this period
                                                for period July 1 - Sept. 30,   reporting 1 park
                                                2011. Last remaining            and ride
                                                project (Construction) of       facilities is
                                                park and ride facility is       being
                                                nearing completion.             constructed to
                                                Contractor has been paid,       invest in
                                                however grantee has not         transportation,
                          Purchase of Bus       drawn funds through ECHO.       environmental
 $2,157,276    $2,157,276 Expansion             July 26, 2011 - previously      protection, and     More than 50% Completed
                          USDOT-Federal         9/30/2011: Most vehicle         To invest in
                          Transit               vendors completed delivery      transportation,
                          Administration        of van conversions with and     environmental
                          Section 5311          without a lift and the light    protection, and
                          Nonurbanized          transit vehicles. It is         other
                          Formula Progrram      anticipated that the last few   infrastructure
                          providing funds to    ADA minivans will be            that will provide
                          support public        delivery in September 2012.     long-term
                          transportation        The three (3) mobility          economic
$12,324,215   $12,114,562 projects that serve   managers in Chatham,            benefits.           Less Than 50% Completed




                                          Construction has began, the
                          Public          building has been dried in            Construction
                                          and is currently at 42%
                          Transportation on                                     began in this
  $858,243       $579,771 Indian Roads    complete.                             quarter,            Less Than 50% Completed
                          Preventive      For this quarter, the ARRA
                          Maintenance,    grant funds enabled the               Added amount
                          Purchase of 22  transit system to continue to         in ARRA
                                          provide preventive
                          Light-Duty Transit                                    Infrastructure
                          Vehicles, Real  maintenance on its fixed              expenditure
                          Time Passenger  route and paratransit fleet.          only because of
                                          The grant funds also were
                          Arrival Information                                   error message.
                          System, Bus     utilized to have 20 buses             Report would
                          Repainting,     repainted with a 15 buses             not process
 $4,032,821    $4,032,821 Passenger       remaining.                            otherwise.      More than 50% Completed
                                          Clancy & Theys (Contract A)           The Charlotte
                                          - CC1000229 - Maintenance             Area Transit
                                          Bldg Renovations - paid to            System
                                          date: $8,007,497.37 Clancy            (CATS), a
                                          & Theys (Contract B) -                department of
                                          CC1000834 - STS/Admin                 the City of
                                          Building - paid to date:              Charlotte,
                          ARRA Facility   $2,039,085.60 Adolfson &              North Carolina,
                          Rehab/Improveme Peterson (Contract C)                 provides fixed
$16,297,928   $16,150,928 nts             CC1000796 - Parking Deck -            route and       More than 50% Completed
                                           The building work completed       The City's
                                           to date includes but is not       Recovery Act
                                           limited to the following: The     grant will
                                           permanent power has been          support a
                                           energized to the building.        portion of the
                                           The exterior terra cotta rain-    new Transit
                                           screen and zinc exterior          Maintenance
                        AARA-TRANSIT       panel installation is nearing     and Operations
                        MAINT/OPER/AD      completion. The main and          and
$5,209,789   $5,209,789 MIN/FACIL          upper levels of the building      Administrative More than 50% Completed
                                           Most of the purchases have
                                           been received Such as
                                           Truck with snow plow,
                                           Skidsteer with snow bucket,
                                           Gooseneck Trailer, ADA
                                           Minivan 4/8/2011 - We
                                           received our Bus on
                       ARRA Tribal         3/9/2011, we also receivec
                       Transit             our bus shelters on 3/9/2011
 $269,497           $0 Enhancement         and also purchased the                              More than 50% Completed
                                           Planning - planning of the        The purpose
                                           transit bus garage and            and rationale of
                                           parking lot expansion is          this
                                           ongoing and will be finalized     infrastructure
                                           upon completion of                project is to
                                           construction with a revised       improve the
                       Sitting Bull        completion date of                transportation
                       College/Standing    December 30, 2011. Transit        operations and
                       Rock Public         Center Construction               coordination of
 $245,493     $245,493 Transportation      Expansion - all building          the transit       More than 50% Completed
                                           To invest in public               The transit
                                           transportation. These funds       agencies used
                        ND Transit ARRA    will finance six transit          the grant to
                        Projects: Bus      storage facilities, 2 over the    build six transit
                        Storage Facility   road coaches, and one             storage
                        Construction &     dispatching software. All         facilities,
                        Coach              projects were bid in              purchase two
                        Replacement &      compliance with FTA               over the road
                        Software           regulations Rolla Transit         coaches, and
$2,490,592   $2,490,592 Purchase           Storage Facility is               purchase          More than 50% Completed
                                           All the exterior footings have    Site
                                           been completed. All of the        Preparation
                                           tie beams have been               costs: Project
                                           completed. The contractor is      site perimeter
                                           currently working on the          safely secured
                                           base preparation and              and silt fences
                                           compaction for the interior       installed.
                                           footings. All the critical        Demolition
                       Renovation of Bus   materials for the metal           completed.
  $52,510      $52,510 Facility            building have arrived from        Debris disposal Completed
                                           All the exterior footings have
                                           been completed. All of the
                                           tie beams have been
                                           completed. The contractor is
                                           currently working on the
                                           base preparation and
                                           compaction for the interior
                                           footings. All the critical
                       ARRA Renovation     materials for the metal           Renovation of
 $289,071     $289,071 of Bus Facility     building have arrived from        Bus Facility.   Less Than 50% Completed
                                           This grant allows SARTA to
                                           purchase 12 low floor diesel
                                           buses, three ADA
                                           Paratransit buses, to installs
                                           security cameras on these
                                           15 buses before their
                                           delivery, to install bike racks
                                           on these and our present
                                           fleet of buses, to replace on
  5126284                                  old bus washer system, to                         More than 50% Completed
                                             The jobs created based           The projects
                                             upon the projects in this        funded under
                          This grant to the grant will be in the vehicle      this grant will
                          Ohio Department manufacturing industry, and         invest in public
                          of Transportation construction. The program         transportation,
                          (ODOT) is for FY critieria is in process of final   environmental
                          2009 5311 ARRA preparation for                      protection, and
                          Federal Funds in announcement . Successful          other
                          the amount of      RFP's may requrie an             infrastructure
$1,508,759   $1,508,759   $3,423,200         additional staff person to       that will provide Less Than 50% Completed
                          Purchase of:                                        The LCTB used
                          seven (7)                                           its grant to
                          expansion                                           purchase two
                          vehicles (<30-FT                                    (2) modified
                          BUS), facility                                      minivans and
                          cameras and                                         five (5) light
                          keyless entry                                       transit vehicles.
                          system, twenty-    There were no quarterly          The project
                          seven (27) mobile activites to report for the       funded under
 $339,922     $339,922    data computers     2011/3 reporting period.         this grant will   More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow the
                                             transit agency to purchase 4
                                             vehicles to replace vehicles
                                             provided by the third-party
                                             service provider, fareboxes,
                                             and bike racks. As a result
                                             of these investments, the
                          ARRA Bus Purch- transit agency will be able to
                          4, Fareboxes, Bike offer public transportation
       $0           $0    Racks              service that is more cost                            Not Started
                                             This grant will allow            Laketran's
                                             Laketran to purchase             Recovery Act
                          Purchase of        replacement vans and             grant will be
                          replacement vans buses, to conduct                  used to
                          and buses,         preventative maintenance         purchase
                          preventative       on vehciles and on our           replacement
                          maintenance,       building to continue to be in    vehicles -
                          support equipment a state of good repair, and       eighteen
                          and transit        has helped with the transit      paratransit
$3,192,300   $3,192,300   enhancments        enhacements for our              vans and four       More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow the        The funds
                                             transit agency to purchase 4     expended have
                                             vehicles to replace vehicles     been used for
                                             provided by the third-party      the continuing
                          ARRA Bus Purch- service provider, operating         operations of
                          4, Operating       assistance, and computer         the local public
                          Assistance,        hardware / software. As a        transportation
                          Computer           result of these investments,     program.
                          Hardware /         the transit agency will be       Without these
 $124,392     $124,392    Software           able to offer public             funds, an           Less Than 50% Completed
                                             All work items, including        Brunswick
                                             punch list items, have been      Buses and
                                             essentially completed for the    Operating
                                             Rockefeller Bridge               Assistance:
                                             Demolition project. GCRTA        This grant will
                                             received final invoice from      promote
                                             Norfolk Southern and will        economic
                          Brunswick Buses proceed to release retainage        recovery, as
                          and Operating      to the Contractor and            well, as invest
$1,952,994   $1,917,995   Assistance         closeout this project next       in                  More than 50% Completed
                          This grant to the The jobs created based            The projects
                          Ohio Department upon the projects in this           funded under
                          of Transportation grant will be in the vehicle      this grant will
                          (ODOT) is for FY manufacturing industry,            invest in public
                          2009 5311 ARRA vehicle maintenance                  transportation,
                          Federal Funds in industry, and other                environmental
                          the amount of      industries associated with       protection, and
                          $9,901,034 to be the capital items purchased        other
                          used of capital    by subreceipients (i.e. new      infrastructure
$8,418,807   $8,418,807   needs in 34 non- technology for                     that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                                               During the 3rd quarter of CY  To invest in
                                               2011, PARTA made              transportation,
                                               payments for grant #OH-96-    enviornmental
                                               X024 to Aquila Architectural  protection, and
                                               Group for the engineering     other
                                               and design process to         infrastructure
                        ARRA Maint.            construct a New Fuel          that will provide
                        Facility Rehab./       Canopy / Freestanding         long-term
                        Preventative           Wash Bay Facility. The        economic
$1,270,380   $1,270,380 Maintenance            bidding process for the       benefits by         More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant will allow the     The Steel
                                               transit agency to purchase    Valley RTA
                                               two replacement buses that    grant will
                                               are handicapped accessible,   purchase two
                                               improve fleet safety by       buses, provide
                                               upgrading our maintenance     repairs to its
                                               capability, provide a greater present
                       Bus                     measure of security for the   administrative/
                       Replacement/Facil       public and employees using    maintenance
 $527,584     $527,581 ity Rehab               our facilities and provide    complex,            More than 50% Completed
                                               Purchased a wheelchair        A transit
                                               accessible Grand Caravan      vehicle is the
                                               minivan for use in the        most basic and
                                               provision of public transit   crucial
                                               services. The minivan is      infrastructure in
                                               100% funded by this ARRA      a public
                                               grant. We also have on        demand
                                               order 10 El Dorado            responsive
                        1 support veh, fare    wheelchair accessible light   transit system
 $221,960       $32,461 coll & comm equ        transit vehicles, with 6.4 of like Greene         Less Than 50% Completed
                                               The restroom in the           The ARRA
                                               maintenace facility has just  grant has
                                               been completed. Upon          preserved jobs
                                               further review, the tool and  and services.
                                               parts room will not be        These services
                        Maintenance            expanded. ACRTA is            are important to
                        Facility               expanding the fleet and the   our
                        Improvement,           need for vehicle storage is inpassengers.
                        LTV, Preventative      more demand. An               Most of our
$1,044,764   $1,044,764 Maintenance, ADA       amendment to this grant will  passengers are      More than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             transportation,
                                                                             environmental
                                                                             protection, and
                                                                             other
                                                                             infrastructure
                                               During the quarter we         that will provide
                                               completed all of the AARA long-term
                       Two Small Buses,        grant funded components of economic
 $559,059     $559,059 Transit Facility        our new transit center.       benefits.           Completed
                                               The project continues to      To invest in
                                               advance. PARTA awarded transportation
                                               the contract to B&B           infrastructure
                                               Wrecking for demolition of    that will provide
                                               the only building on the      long-term
                                               project site, as well as      economic
                                               clearing off the trees on the benefits by
                                               site. The architect,          constructing
                        Kent Central           TranSystems has continued the Kent
$2,775,775   $2,775,775 Gateway                to work on the design,        Central             Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                             To invest in
                                                                             public
                                                                             transportation
                                                                             which will allow
                                                                             CTC to
                                                                             continue to
                                                                             expand
                        Short section in                                     services
                        "Project Details" in   The project has been          offered to the
$1,411,706   $1,411,706 TEAM                   completed.                    public,             Completed
                                               The jobs created based             The projects
                                               upon the projects in this          funded under
                                               grant will be in the vehicle       this grant will
                          This grant to the    manufacturing industry, and        invest in public
                          Ohio Department      construction. Progress             transportation,
                          of Transportation    during the period of July 1,       environmental
                          (ODOT) is for FY     2011 through September 30,         protection, and
                          2009 5311 ARRA       2011 included facility             other
                          Federal Funds in     design, engineering, and           infrastructure
 $2,087,562    $2,087,562 the amount of        beginning phases of facility       that will provide   Less Than 50% Completed
                          Puritas and E.       This grant has allowed the         The transit
                          55th Rail Station    transit agency to contract         agency's
                          Rehabs; Red Line     engineering and design and         Recovery Act
                          S-Curve Track        construction services for          grant was used
                          Replacement          several projects. The              to procure
                          Design; Rail         rehabilitation of Waterfront       engineering
                          Grade Crossing       Line Outbound Chutes               and design
                          Design, Suveying     (Plinths) construction             services, as
                          and Mapping; Rail    completed; Upgrades to four        well as
$10,324,976   $10,324,976 Infrastructure       (4) Rail Grade Crossings           construction,       More than 50% Completed
                                               Quarterly activities include       To maintain
                                               Vehicle Maintenance                and improve
                                               service. The Passenger             Vehicles and
                                               shelter project has been           buildings and
                          Bus                  completed for $97,575 and          install a Bus
                          Purchase/Build       the bus wash project               wash system to
                          facility/Facility    continues as lighting              improve
                          Rehab/Preventive     improvements to the bus            immage and
                          Maint/ADA            storage facility have been         cleaning
 $1,326,366    $1,243,727 Service              made for $4830                     efficiency.         More than 50% Completed
                          Stephanie Tubbs      Ninety-eight percent of              Projects
                          Jones Transit        materials and equipment            funded under
                          Center Const;        needed to overhaul 15              this grant will
                          Operating            heavy rail cars has been           invest in
                          Assistance; Track    received. The Stephanie            transportation,
                          Rehab; Stations-     Tubbs Jones Transit Center,        environmental
                          Design and/or        Puritas Station, and               protection, and
                          Constr.;Transit      Rockefeller Bridge projects        other
                          Enhancement          are in closeout phase. The         infrastucture
$29,324,388   $26,128,373 Design; 35           East 55th Street station           that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                                               Purchase Orders issued :
                                               TESCO - Replacement
                          Replacement          Buses and
                          Vehicles,            Manuals(COMPLETE)-
                          Preventive           Route 40 Signs Signage
                          Maintenance,         new Buses(COMPLETE) -
                          Facility             Gem City Tires
                          Improvements,        Replacement Tires for
                          and Operating        SCAT
 $1,615,725            $0 Assistance           Vehicles(COMPLETE) -                                 More than 50% Completed
                                               The jobs created based             The projects
                                               upon the projects in this          funded under
                                               grant will be in the facility      this grant will
                          This grant to the    construction, enginnering          invest in public
                          Ohio Department      and design industries. The         transportation,
                          of Transportation    activity during the period of      environmental
                          (ODOT) is for FY     July 1, 2011 through               protection, and
                          2009 5311 ARRA       September 30, 2011                 other
                          Federal Funds in     included preliminary               infrastructure
 $1,636,901    $1,636,901 the amount of        engineering and design for         that will provide Less Than 50% Completed
                          Buy replacement      CAD/AVL Project: Project
                          40-ft. buses, buy    manager coordinated more
                          replacement 30-ft.   training and the beginning of
                          buses, purchase      production installs. Trapeze
                          bus shelters,        ITS completed Mini-Fleet
                          signage and          test and began production
                          landscaping/sceni    installation on buses.
                          c beautification,    Shelters: Evaluation
                          purchase and         committee meets October
$13,859,078            $0 install              11th to select finalists for big                       More than 50% Completed
                                                To date, the transit service    Funds are used
                                                that NITTS has provided         for the Capital
                                                accounted for approximately     Cost of
                                                40,000 one-way passenger        Contracting for
                                                trips by those seeking          providing public
                                                access to job training and      transit service.
                                                employment opportunities        The funding
                         Capital Cost of        thru the Trumbull County        has provided
                         Contracting NITTS      Educational Service Center      for continued
  $514,420      $514,420 Service to TCESC       Work Studies Services           employment of Completed
                                                Mckinley Lifts: Setterlin       The Central
                                                Company has completed 7         Ohio Transit
                                                lifts and is beginning demo     Authority is
                                                on the next 6 lifts as of       utilizing ARRA
                                                9/30/11 (2) service body        grant funds in
                          Facilities            trucks: Procurement             order to further
                          Rehab/Paratransit     approved by board 9/3/11.       construction on
                          Facility/Non-         Anticipated delivery date of    a new
                          Revenue Vehicle       11/15/11 (2) pickup trucks:     Paratransit
$12,997,706   $12,997,706 Replacement           Trucks were delivered           facility, to      More than 50% Completed
                                                The Woodhill Garage Roof        These energy
                                                Replacement Project is in       conservation
                                                closeout phase, projected to    initiatives allow
                                                close next quarter. For the     GCRTA to
                                                Lighting Retrofit Project,      invest in
                                                work at the Central Rail        transportation,
                                                Maintenance Facility is         environmental
                          FY 2010 TIGGER        approximately 90%               project and
                          GRANT                 complete; the Paratransit       other
 $1,636,254    $1,636,254 PROGRAM               Facility will be the next       infrastructure    More than 50% Completed
                          Acquire support
                          vehicles, buy
                          replacement < 30
                          foot buses, buy       The remaining funds are
                          replacement 35        going to be used to
                          foot buses,           purchase radio equipment
                          preventive            for the support vehicles.
                          maintenance, non      The purchase will be made
                          fixed route ADA       in October and the grant will
 $8,499,513            $0 paratransit           be complete.                                     More than 50% Completed
                          Renovate two          We are in the process of        The transit
                          separate facilities   scheduling the electrician      agency's
                          in addition to the    and plumber to complete         Recovery Act
                          purchase of three     some necessary work for         grant is being
                          replacement           bus washer hookup. The          used for
                          buses and vehicle     remaining balance will be       restoring and
                          GPS/AVL               utilized by the Lorain County   preserving a
                          systems.              Transportation Center for       historic New
                          Operating             expenses relating to putting    York Central
 $3,976,738    $3,976,738 assistance to         in a parking lot. There was     Train Station to More than 50% Completed




                                                Dispatch software system is
                                                in place. Awaiting
                                                consultation/training from
                          Six Vehicle with      software vendor to
 470230.91              0 ADP Software          complete.                                      More than 50% Completed
                                                All contracts have been
                                                awarded, all purchase
                                                orders have been issued,
                                                and all vehicles have been
                                                delivered. The final vehicle
                          Purchase of 243       delivery count was 248.
                          replacement           Twenty-three of the 24
                          buses and five        contracts have been           To replace the
                          over-the-road         completed as of the end of aging fleet of
$16,904,299   $16,904,299 intercity buses.      this quarter with one billing vehicles.        More than 50% Completed
                                               The Miami Dispatch Center     The purpose of
                                               for the Pelivan routes is up  the
                                               and running smoothly. This    infrastructure
                                               quarter we have purchased     expenditures is
                                               some office supplies and a    to invest in
                                               printer for the Dispatch      transporation to
                                               office. We paid for the Third enhance and
                       Buses, Vans,            Party License Fee for the     expand the
                       Software, Equip,        Route Match Software and      existing tribal
 $402,790     $402,790 Renov/Lease             paid for an onsite visit from transit and rural More than 50% Completed
                                                                             Purpose is to
                                                                             purchase
                                               The TEAM drawdown was         equipment to
                        Acquire 3              made for the purchase of      improve public
                        Replacement            two Paratransit Vehicles this transit service
                        Buses, 2               quarter. A bus wash           to the Lawton-
                        Expansion              machine was installed         Fort Sill
                        Vehicles & various     during this quarter. TEAM Community.
                        support                drawdown is pending in the Equipment
$1,309,620   $1,309,620 equipment.             amount of 69,137.             ranges from        More than 50% Completed
                                               The Central Oklahoma          COTPA is
                                               Transportation and Parking using this grant
                        Operating              Authority ordered four buses to purchase low-
                        assistance,            this quarter that are         floor
                        Purchase buses,        expected to be delivered      replacement
                        construct and          early 2013. Proposals for     buses and vans
                        renovate facilities,   an automated vehicle          for service
                        improve security       location system were also     expansion,
                        and improve ADA        received during the quarter. renovate and
$3,052,687   $2,052,687 access.                A contract award is           rehabilitate its Less Than 50% Completed
                                               The maintenance facility
                                               project has not begun,
                                               Although construction on the
                                               Transit Maintenance Facility
                                               has begun. Software has
                                               been put into place to
                        Seminole Nation        ensure proper scheduling
                        of Oklahoma            and efficenicy will be
                        Transit- Public        maintained during the life of
  $37,714            $0 Transportation         the project.                                     Less Than 50% Completed
                                               9/30/11- This grant has       The
                                               allowed the Metropolitan      Metropolitan
                                               Tulsa Transit Authority       Tulsa Transit
                                               (MTTA) to repair the roof on Authorities
                                               the administration building, Recovery Act
                                               purchase 15 new CNG Gillig grant has
                        12 Repl Buses,         Inc. buses. Of which, MTTA allowed MTTA
                        Rehab                  has taken possession of all to begin
                        Admin/Maint, ADA       15 buses as of the end of     rehabilitating its
$7,199,101   $7,199,101 PT                     September. MTTA is            downtown           More than 50% Completed
                                               During the third quarter, the 'This is for
                                               request for proposal was      grants and
                                               awarded on July 5, 2011, to loans only
                                               John Vance Motors of          Purpose and
                                               Edmond, Oklahoma for the rationale of
                                               purchase of (2)Americans      funds received
                       Cheyenn &               with Disabilities Act(ADA)    for
                       Arapaho Tribal          mini-vans for the Cheyenne infrastructure
                       Transit Project -       and Arapaho Tribes' Transit investment with
 $419,301     $419,301 Start Up                Program. The (2) new          funds made         Completed
                                                Two 2011 Starcraft Buses
                                               have been received by
                                               CTWS and will be put into
                                               service as soon as
                                               position(s) are advertised
                                               and filled. Duo-Guard (bus
                         09 ARRA TTP           shelter manufacturers)
                         Buses (2);            teport that materials will ship
        0              0 Shelters              within two weeks.                            More than 50% Completed
                                                                              The state used
                                                                              its grant to
                                             This award is 89 percent         invest in
                                             complete. Hood River             construction
                                             County Transportation            and
                                             District is the only grant       modernization
                                             remaining in this award.         of projects for 9
                                             Costs included advertising transit
                          Facilities and     the permit for the park and agencies. For
 $2,576,345    $2,576,345 structures         ride.                            administrative More than 50% Completed
                                             This award is 94 percent         The state used
                                             complete. Nineteen               its grant to
                                             subrecipients had activity       invest in
                                             this quarter that resulted in projects across
                                             grants being closed. Ten         the state by
                          Purchase transit agencies completed vehicle purchasing 95
                          vehicles,          preventive maintenance           ADA-
                          capitalized        projects, two completed          accessible
                          maintenance,       mobility management              vans and
$13,803,290   $13,597,171 facilities.        projects, three purchased        buses, install    More than 50% Completed
                                             Buses - Buses were
                                             delivered and put into
                                             service April, 2010.
                                             Shelters and Stops - For this
                                             quarter, the City of Corvallis
                                             is identifying and doing the
                                             work at the locations where
                          09 ARRA 5307       the bus shelters and stops Purchase of 3
                          Buses(3):          would provide the best value heavy duty
 $1,021,015    $1,002,353 Shelters, Equip    for the dollar. It is hoped that buses.            More than 50% Completed
                                             During the July-                 To invest in
                                             September2011 Quarter,           transportation,
                                             Salem Area Mass Transit          environmental
                                             District has continued to        protection, and
                                             make progress on the             other
                                             Keizer Transit Center            infrastructure
                                             project. The Transit District that will provide
                          09 ARRA 5307       has signed a contract with       long-term
                          Buses (8);Rehab an architectural design firm, economic
 $2,661,659    $2,661,659 Tran Ctr           construction is planned to       benefits.         More than 50% Completed
                          Remodel fleet      An RFP was issued for the Lane Transit
                          maintenance        manufacturing of bus stop        Disttrict's
                          facility to        signs. The purchase was          Recovery Act
                          accommodate        awarded to Creative              grant is being
                          additional         Products Corp. Signs             used to
                          articulated buses, should be delivered in the       remodel the
                          replace security   4th quarter of 2011. A Price bus
                          cameras, and       analysis is currently being      maintenance
                          perform preventive conducted on the security        building to
 $6,341,189    $6,341,189 maintenance.       camera project. The system accommodate More than 50% Completed
                                             RVTD intends to improve its
                                             buildings and facilities with
                                             the ARRA grant funds.
                                             These include new roofs on
                                             three buildings, exterior and Preserving and
                                             interior painting, upgrading maintaining
                                             the lighting to a more           existing public
                          ARRA Transit       efficient bulb, installing new transit facilities,
                          Improvements,      flooring, purchasing new         to create to
 $1,757,581    $1,757,581 Buses              office furniture, computers      jobs.             More than 50% Completed
                                                                              Lane Transit
                                                                              Disttrict's
                                                                              Recovery Act
                                                                              grant is being
                                                                              used to fund
                                                                              the incremental
                          Pay incremental                                     cost of hybrid
                          cost of hybrid     14 of the initial 15 40' Hybrid electric
                          propulsion on 15 Electric buses were                technology on
  $625,000       $625,000 buses              delivered.                       the purchase of Less Than 50% Completed
                                                This quarter the pedestrian    This project
                                                crosswalk elements and         uses federal
                                                other pedestrian               funds to build a
                                                improvements were              bus and train
                                                completed. The PE/Site         operator break
                                                Design work (which includes    area and public
                                                some funds from this grant     rest room
                                                and X005) was finished and     building at the
                            Multimodal Station submitted to the City's         new SMART
  $369,663      $369,663    Enhancements        Development Review Board.      Central at          Completed
                            Street Maint                                       To invest in
                            Improve;                                           public
                            Milwaukie                                          transportation,
                            Park&Ride; Foster                                  environmental
                            Rd Layover                                         protection, and
                            Concrete Bus                                       other
                            Pads; Lighting      Purchase and installation of   infrastructure
                            along Multi-Use     signals for the Portland       that will provide
                            Path adj to I-205 Streetcar. Rail Preventive       long-term
$11,510,452   $11,510,452   Light Rail Tracks; Maintenance.                    economic            More than 50% Completed
                            Street Maint        Gresham Central Station        To invest in
                            Improve; Transit Access Control & Night            transportation,
                            Tracker-Portland Time Illumination, Tactile        environmental
                            Mall; Tigard        Paver                          protection, and
                            Transit Center-     Replacement/Repainting         other
                            Storm Piping        Eastside Light Rail,           infrastructure
                            Repair; Merlo       Pedestrian Crossing            that will provide
                            Fuel/Wash & LIFT Improvement, Underground          long-term
                            Building; IT Server Storage Tanks, Multi-Use       economic
$43,592,835   $43,592,835   Room Climate        Path adjacent to I-205 Light   benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                The seventh, eighth and        Purchase two
                                                ninth deliverables for the     high-speed
                                                Talgo passenger trains are     passenger rail
                                                complete. Deliverable eight    train sets.
                                                began the manufacturing        Oregon, in
                                                process of the aluminum        partnership with
                                                bodyshells for the first       the State of
                                                trainset. It also completed    Washington
                            Passenger Train the manufacturing drawings         and Amtrak,
$22,579,872   $22,579,872   Set Purchase        for the aluminum bodyshells    has had state-      More than 50% Completed
                            SW Moody Street - 'Construction contractor         The City of
                            reconstruction of Stacy and Witbeck, Inc           Portland and
                            track and new       (SWI) and their                TriMet's
                            elevated roadway, subcontractors continued         Recovery Act
                            relocation of       work on the SW Moody           TIGER grant is
                            public utilities,   Roadway and Track              being used to
                            remove and          Relocation Project. Crews      reconstruct SW
                            reconstruct         completed placement of the     Moody Avenue;
                            southbound          fill material to elevate the   install new
$10,457,359   $10,457,359   station at Gibbs    roadway and started            streetcar track,    Less Than 50% Completed




                                               Review conducted in Region
                                               II - New York (West Chester
   2742.78                                     County)                                             Less Than 50% Completed




                                               Provided information to
                                               COTR(Washington,DC) for
   8928.53                                     assignments to be made.                             Less Than 50% Completed
            Received and reviewed task
       0    order.                             Less Than 50% Completed




            Issued pre-notification
            letters for assigned
       0    reviews(7)                         Less Than 50% Completed




            Project Management
   43373    Oversight duties                   Less Than 50% Completed



            Project Management
            oversight for 14 ARRA
            funded projects. Assigned
            staff to manage all of the
            projects, site visits to four of
            the projects, submitted
  118862    reports                            Less Than 50% Completed




            Perform reviews of Grantees
109465.35   under the FMO program              Less Than 50% Completed




            Perform reviews of Grantees
122500.42   under the FMO program              Less Than 50% Completed
            Detroit Woodward Avenue
            Light Rail Transit (LRT)
            Project GTAC Q3
            Deliverables: On July 26,
            2011, the GTAC submitted a
            Status Report, for the period
            6/15-7/15, to the FTA; On
            August 16, 2011, the GTAC
            submitted meeting notes
  786141    from the August 8th & 9th          Less Than 50% Completed
                                           The Project is a 1.2-mile        The Port
                                           extension of Port Authority's    Authority is
                                           25-mile LRT system that will     utilizing this
                                           significantly enhance transit    grant to
                                           service within Pittsburgh's      continue
                                           Central Business District        construction on
                                           (CBD) -- known locally as        the North
                                           the Golden Triangle -- and       Shore
                          North Shore      link travelers arriving or       Connector
$18,482,383   $18,482,383 Connector        departing downtown to the        which is a 1.2 Completed
                                           The TIGGER grant enabled         The TIGGER
                                           the Red Rose Transit             grant has
                                           Authority to advance the         enabled the
                                           'green' and energy               Red Rose
                                           sustainability features          Transit
                                           originally planned as part of    Authority to
                                           the project to rehabilitate      advance the
                          TIGGER Facility and expand the Authority's        'green' and
                          Renovation/Expan Operations Center. The           energy
 $2,441,894    $2,441,894 sion             substantial completion of the    sustainability  More than 50% Completed
                                           The Pennsylvania
                                           Department of
                                           Transportation (PennDOT)
                                           will utilize Transit
                                           Investments for Greenhouse
                                           Gas and Energy Reduction
                                           (TIGGER) program and
                          TIGGER II        Clean Fuels Grant program
                          HYBRID CAPITAL funds to purchase hybrid-
        $0             $0 INVESTMENTS      electric vehicles. The hybrid                        Not Started
                                           See Project Description          The Port
                                           under Award Description          Authority is
                                           above. Quarterly activities      utilizing this
                                           included the following areas:    grant to
                                           CONSTRUCT TUNNELS:               continue
                                           Completed work for this line     construction on
                                           item. Funds in this ARRA         the North
                                           grant were fully                 Shore
                          North Shore      received/invoiced and the        Connector
$43,995,935   $43,995,935 Connector        grant was closed. The            which is a 1.2      Completed
                                           The activities during this       to invest in
                                           quarter were limited to          transportation,
                                           begining the cost anaylsis       environmental
                                           for the purchase and             protection, and
                                           installation of carpeting as     other
                                           well as conference room          infrastructure
                                           furniture and video              that will provide
                          3 Buses,         conferencing equipment.          long-term
                          Equip,Facility   Additionally we will be doing    economic
  $448,098       $448,098 Renovations      a route anaylsis over the        benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                                            The transit
                                                                            agency will use
                                                                            the Recovery
                                                                            Act grant to
                                                                            invest in
                          Purchase of 5                                     transportation
                          Replacement                                       and
                          buses and provide                                 environmental
                          operating                                         benefits:
 $5,373,543    $5,373,543 assistance        No activity this quarter.       purchase 5 low-     More than 50% Completed
                                            Elizabethtown Train Station     The
                                            – The station building site   infrastructure
                                            has been completed. There       rationale is to
                                            are a few outstanding           invest in
                                            invoices for the rehab work     transportation,
                                            that have yet to be             environmental
                                            submitted. Harrisburg Train     protection, and
                                            Station – Two boilers has     other
                          ELIZABETH RAIL been installed and they are        infrastructure
 $6,244,998    $6,244,998 STATION REHAB operational. The project is         that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                                            Through these funds the           The purposse
                                            City was able to add in           of using ARRA
                                            alternate work that was not       funds for the
                                            able to be awarded at bid         Intermodal
                                            time due to project budget.       Project is to
                                            These items to complete the       invest in
                                            intermodal Facility Project       transportation,
                       INTERMODAL           would have otherwise not          environmental
                       FACILITY, AVL        been possible without the         protection, and
 $494,192     $494,192 EQUIP                additional funding. These         other               More than 50% Completed
                                            The grant scope of work           The Red Rose
                                            provided for (1) the              Transit
                                            renovation/expansion of the       Authority's
                                            Red Rose Transit Authority's      Recovery Act
                                            Operations Center and             grant will be
                                            replacing aging heating,          used for the
                                            ventilating and air               renovation and
                        Rehabilitate/Expa   conditioning equipment; (2)       expansion of
                        nd Operations       assistance in support of          the Authority's
$4,990,879   $4,990,879 Center              Authority operations; and (3)     Operations          More than 50% Completed
                                            The next project step is for      To preserve
                                            provision of                      and create jobs
                                            demolition/related services.      and promote
                                            The demo contracting firm         economic
                                            will prepare the site for         recovery
                                            project construction. The         through
                       City Intermodal      intent is to retain and utilize   revitalization
                       Transit              the foundation of an existing     and
                       Center/Garage        on-site garage on which the       enhancement
 $259,396     $259,396 Phase 1              park & ride lot will be           of available        Less Than 50% Completed
                                            Elizabethtown Train Station       The
                                            – Both pieces of property       infrastructure
                                            designated for the overflow       rationale is to
                                            parking areas have been           invest in
                                            acquired by the Borough.          transportation,
                                            The old freight station on        environmental
                                            one of the pieces of property     protection, and
                       ELIZABETHTOW         to be preserved and moved         other
                       N TRAIN              to another location for public    infrastructure
 $414,527     $414,527 STATION              access; the bid was               that will provide   Less Than 50% Completed
                                             The Transit Center               The Transit
                                            rehabilitation is complete.       Agency is using
                                            Also, our 1st hybrid-electric     its grant to
                                            bus was delivered and put         purchase 1
                                            into service in June, 2010.       hybrid-electric
                                            After a budget revision, the      bus, 1 heavy-
                                            remaining funds in this grant     duty diesel bus
                       1 bus, renovate      were put toward a                 and to
                       transit              replacement diesel bus            rehabilitate the
 $895,043     $895,043 center/facility      which was received in             downtown            More than 50% Completed
                       ROCHESTER            Engineering and design            To invest in
                       TRANSIT              work for the ETC and RTC          transportation,
                       CENTER AND           interior renovations continue     environmental
                       EXPRESSWAY           as well as E&D for the RTC        protection, and
                       TRAVEL CENTER        park and ride lot and the         other
                       / MAINTENANCE        ETC 2nd floor fit out.            infrastructure
                       FACILITY             Construction is underway on       that will provide
                       RENOVATIONS          the back and side lots of the     long-term
                       AND                  ETC and the installation of       economic
 $729,157     $729,157 IMPROVEMENTS         the gasoline tank.                benefits and        Less Than 50% Completed
                                            7/8/2011 - There has been         YCTA is using
                                            no activity on this during the    its grant to
                                            second quarter of 2011. We        rehabilitate its
                                            are still awaiting the final      maintenance/o
                        Facility Parking    invoicing from our engineers      perating facility
                        Lot Improvements    on this project to determine      parking lot,
                        &                   the balances and revision         including
                        Operating/Mainten   requests on this grant to         installing an
                        ance Facility       close. 4/8/2011 - Our             oil/water
$2,885,331   $2,885,331 Purchase            engineers are finalizing the      separator, and      More than 50% Completed
                                               THE 4 LOW-FLOOR                  These funds
                                               BUSES WERE DELIVERED             were used to
                                               BETWEEN MARCH 14TH               purchase 4
                                               AND 16TH, 2011. THE              hybrid buses
                                               INVOICES WERE PAID ON            and will be
                                               MARCH 24, 2011. THIS             used to secure
                                               PARTICULAR LINE ITEM IS          COLTS' facility.
                            4 BUSES, ACM,      FULLY COMPLETED. A               COLTS took
                            SECURITY &         PROJECT MANAGER HAS              delivery of all 4
  $2,304,132     $2,304,132 MISC EQUIP         BEEN NAMED FOR THE               buses in March      More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant has allowed           BARTA's
                                               BARTA to purchase four           Recovery Act
                                               hybrid-electric 40ft transit     grant was used
                                               buses, which were delivered      to purchase 8
                                               in June 2010, in order to        hybrid-electric
                            Purchase 11        expand service on its fixed      transit vehicles,
                            buses, security    routes. The implementation       three
                            equipment and      of the expanded service          paratransit
                            facility           occurred on three routes in      diesel vans,
  $3,283,095     $3,283,095 improvements.      September 2010. With this        security            More than 50% Completed
                                               Area Transportation –          The
                                               Installation of Bus stop signs   infrastructure
                                               and bus shelters are in          rationale is to
                                               progress and should be           invest in
                                               completed in October 2011.       transportation,
                                               Beaver – Vehicles have         environmental
                                               been delivered; project is       protection, and
                                               complete. Butler – Facility    other
                            5311 RURAL         construction is complete.        infrastructure
 $26,282,531    $26,282,531 ARRA               Carbon – Vehicles have         that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                            Transit Capital    1. LANTA is in the planning      LANta is
                            Assistance         phase for a state-of-the-art     investing in
                            1.Purchase 20      maintenance garage.              transportation,
                            minivans           Design work and making           environmental
                            2.Purchase 5       sure all zoning and other        protection and
                            hybrid buses       requirements for the             other
                            3.Implement a      structure are taken into         infrastructure
                            Real Time          account. This is part of         that will provide
                            Passenger Info.    LANta's long-range vision        long-term
  $8,937,902     $8,937,902 System 4.Transit   and service development          economic            More than 50% Completed
                                               Continuing construction of       Infrastructure
                                               infrastructure improvements      improvements
                                               to communications and            to invest in
                                               power systems, stations,         transportation,
                                               track and signage to             environmental
                                               increase safety, reliability     protection, and
                                               and efficiency. All work for     other
                            Fixed Guideway     this grant is under contract     infrastructure
                            Rail/Station       with a total number of           that will provide
 $60,198,365    $60,198,365 Improvements       contracts issued to date of      long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                               Continuing construction of       Infrastructure
                                               improvements to stations,        improvements
                                               bridges, track, train control    To invest in
                                               systems, and power               transportation,
                                               distribution to increase         environmental
                                               safety, reliability and          protection, and
                            Purchase 40        efficiency. All buses have       other
                            Buses/Rail         been delivered as of             infrastructure
                            Stations           September 27, 2010. All          that will provide
$113,500,243   $113,500,243 Improvements       construction work for this       long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                               4/08/2011: The auction           The agency's
                                               process was held. The bid        recovery act
                                               opening date is scheduled        grant was used
                                               for Monday, April 11, 2011.      to repair the
                                               This grant has allowed the       Acuaexpreso
                                               transit agency to renovate       Terminal roof.
                                               and improve the                  This grant will
                           Improvements to     Acuaexpreso Terminal             invest in
                           Acuaexpreso         Building, and fund the           transportation,
   $155,014       $133,300 Terminal Facility   project's administration.        environmental       Less Than 50% Completed
                                       10/7/2011: A) Acq. of 2          The FTA
                                       Paratransit for Jayuya -         Recovery Act
                    Purchase of four Pending decision of Court,         grant will be
                    (4) vehicles (2    because one bidders              used to
                    Trolleys and 2     protest. B) Acq. of 2            purchase of 2
                    Paratransit), the  Trolleys for Utuado - The        Paratransit -
                    construction of 30 vehicles continue in the         Jayuya;
                    bus shelters and dealer for repair of the           pruchase of 2
                    the rehabilitation graphic design. C)               Trolleys -
     $0          $0 of ferry terminal. Construction of 30 Shelters      Utuado;             Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                        To invest in
                                                                        transportation,e
                                                                        nviromental
                                                                        protection, and
                                                                        other
                                                                        infrastructure
                                        A Budget Revision was           that will provide
                    Security            approved off the cost-          long-term
                    Fence/Improveme savings of the project for the      economic
$231,140   $229,546 nts Trolley         amount of $34,780.00            benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                        Grant PR-96-X003 has left       To invest in
                                        over $33,903.00. This grant     transportation,
                                        has activities including        environmental
                                        purchase of rolling stock       protection, and
                                        (trolleys and Paratransit       other
                                        vehicles) and construction of   infrastructure
                                        bus shelters and stops. We      that will provide
                    ARRA 1 trolley, 2 have already made a budget        long-term
                    vehicles & 30 bus revision to add bus shelters      economic
$513,890   $513,890 shelters            and stops over those            benefits. The       More than 50% Completed
                                        Even though this project        The
                                        was funded by ARRA funds,       improvements
                                        and because the total cost      to bus stops
                                        of it was more than the         facilities, as
                                        amount awarded, the             well as the
                    Maintenance         municipality decided to fund    vehicles
                    Facility, Shelters, the cost not funded by FTA.     maintenance
                    Signs, Equipment The first certification of the     area will
                    and Preventive      project belongs to the          contribute to
$831,498   $825,678 Maintenance         activities funded by the        expand the          More than 50% Completed




                                       The two (2) units of Mini-bus
                                       for 24 passenger was
                    Federal Transit    received on the month of
$382,597         $0 Capital Assistance July                                               More than 50% Completed
                                       Q3-2011: The payment for 3       To invest in
                                       buses Model HC Goldano           transportation,
                                       was made for the amount of       conduct
                                       $478,485.00 Also a               preventive
                                       payment for the acquisition      maintenance
                    Transit Vehicle    of equipment for the             and other
                    fleet expansion    Maintenance Garage was           infrastructure
                    and maintenance made for the amount of              that will provide
                    garage             $68,340.00. Q2-2011: All         long-term
$546,825   $546,825 improvements       three (3) buses Model HC         economic          More than 50% Completed
                                       During this period we were       The Roof
                                       working to amendment the         Replacement of
                                       contract to include the          the North
                                       ARRA clauses. The contract       Terminal for
                                       was submitted for signing to     public
                                       the contractor. The waiver is    transportation
                                       being sought for the             will provide a
                                       Galvalume material, which        new structure
                    Roof Replacement was the material used in the       replacing the
$131,793   $131,793 of North Terminal project because was the           existing          More than 50% Completed
                                              10/10/2011: The project has
                                              begun on October 2011.
                                              This includes mobilization.
                                              All other activities will be
                                              reported during the next
                                              reporting period.
                          Improvements to     7/07/2011: The contract for
                          Acuaexpreso         the Construction of the
                          Maintenance         Vessel Maintenance Base
        $0             $0 Building Facility   Improvements Project has                     Not Started


                                                                             The transit
                                              During this quarter the        agency's
                                              contract for the               Recovery Act
                          ARRA -              improvements of pedestrian     grant was used
                          Acquisition of 40   access to the Capetillo and    to purchase
                          hybrid              Iturregui bus terminals was    forty (40)
                          replacement         signed and work is expected    Hybrid electric
$22,276,722   $22,256,212 buses.              to start on November.          buses.          More than 50% Completed
                                           During this period, the
                                           Municipality conducted the
                                           auction of the Mini Terminal
                                           which is in process of
                                           evaluation. During the next
                         Arra Funds for    quarter will be awarded the
                         small bus         bid and will begin with the
                         Terminal at       construction of the Mini
        $0            $0 Campo Alegre      Terminal.                                       Not Started
                                           The Municipality has 100%
                                           completed the replacement
                                           of the roof at the Public
                                           Terminal which was the only
                                           project for this grant award.     To assist those
                                           There is a balance of funds       most impacted
                                           left over in the amount of        by the
                                           $11,610.79. FTA, Atlanta          recession. The
                         Reconstruction of Field Office, authorized the      construction
  $175,892      $175,892 Terminal Roof     Municipality the use of these     sector.         More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant allowed the
                                           transit agency to purchase
                                           new maintenance and
                                           security equipment to
                                           furnish the transit garage.
                                           The Municipality started with
                         ARRA Funds for the quatation of the
                         maintenance and equipment and installed part
                         security          of the security equipment
   $15,274            $0 equipment         during this quarter.                            Less Than 50% Completed



                                                                           Trolleys and
                                                                           paratransit
                                              Vehicles are in use.         vehicles
                                              Pending is the purchase of acquired for
                          ARRA Urbanized      some unique spare parts in public
                          Area Formula        order to complete and close transportation
 $1,088,290    $1,088,290 (5307)              the project.                 purposes.        More than 50% Completed
                                              The Municipality of San
                                              Lorenzo signed a contract    The
                                              with Architectural &         infrastructure
                                              Engineers Design Group to created through
                                              perform the project design. this project will
                                              This contract was            provide access
                                              ammended to add two          to the trolley
                         FTA UA San           additional activities. These stops for the
                         Lorenzo-Capital      activities are Bid process   disable
  $301,685      $301,685 Improvements         Technical Assistance snd     population.      More than 50% Completed
                                       The Municipality of Camuy
                                       is Purchase order for the
                                       two paratransit vehicles has
                                       been made but is pending
                                       for payment. The two
                                       trolleys have been awarded
                                       and purchase order is
  $20,745           $0 FTA UZA - Camuy pending.                                           Less Than 50% Completed




                       2009 TRANSIT
                       ASSISTANCE
                       GRANTS -
                       URBANIZED
                       AREA FUNDING         The trolley bus was
 $165,076           $0 PROGRAM              purchased and received.                         More than 50% Completed
                                            October 7, 2011: One           The FTA
                                            Trolley and Four Paratransit   Recovery Act
                                            Vans for Las MarÃ-as -         grant will be
                                            Pending Agreement              used to
                                            between the Municipality       acquisition of 1
                                            and PRHTA.                     Trolley and 4
                       Purchase of three Two Trolleys and Two              Paratransit -
                       (3) trolleys and six Paratransit Vans for Rincón   Las MarÃ-as
                       (6) paratransit      - Pending Agreement            and the
       $0           $0 vans                 between the Municipality       acquisition of 2 Not Started




                                           The Supreme Court order to
                                           re-do the Bidding Process
                                           which was performed on
                       Renewable           September 13th, 2011. The
                       Energy/Retrofit     project works will begin in
       $0           $0 Solar Lgt & Sec     this next quarter.                               Not Started
                                                                           Invest in public
                                                                           transportation
                                                                           by purchasing
                                           Twenty 40-foot buses were       25 mini-buses
                                           acquired, delivered and in      and 20 full size
                                           service since July 2010..       buses,
                                           Equipment specifications        providing for
                                           and procurement docments        preventive
                                           for the remaining 25 buses      maintenance
$6,348,546   $6,348,546 TU Guaguita        have been started.              and operations. More than 50% Completed
                                                                           The
                                                                           municipality
                                                                           used the transit
                       Acquisition of Two                                  agency's
                       Minibuses and                                       Recovery funds
                       Maintenance                                         to purchase 2
                       Improvements to                                     minibuses and
                       Public             This quarter all the work in     to perform
                       Transportation     the terminal renovation was      improvements
 $194,771           $0 Terminals          finish.                          to the Public    More than 50% Completed
                                                                           The FTA
                                                                           Recovery Act
                                           October 7, 2011:                grant will be
                                           Acquisition of 2 Trolleys for   used to the
                                           the Municipality of Corozal -   acquisition of 2
                                           The Municipality and Lozada     Trolleys -
                                           Auto Trucks, Inc. signed a      Corozal. The
                                           contract. The bidder expect     project funds,
                       Purchase of two     deliver the vehicles in July    under this
       $0           $0 (2) trolleys        16, 2012.                       grant, will      Less Than 50% Completed
                       Acquisition of Four
                       (4) Passenger         We received the 3 vehicles
                       Vehicles for          on July 22,2011. We are in
                       Candelaria,           the process to make the
                       Espinosa and          completed inpection of the
 $296,025           $0 Maricao Routes.       vehicles.                                           More than 50% Completed
                                             During this quarter the
                                             Municipality disbursed from
                                             local funds the total cost
                                             acquisition of 8 buses of 36
                                             passengers. Also, the
                                             Municipality began the
                                             reimbursement process for
                       ARRA Expansion        $1,456,000 from FTA ARRA
                       Buses and             funds allocated to the
       $0           $0 Signage               referred activity. In addition                      Less Than 50% Completed
                                             (Q3-2011): During this
                                             quarter a P.O. was placed
                                             for the acquisition of 3
                                             Transit Vehicules for the
                        Federal Transit      amount of
                        Capital              $442,737,vehicles should be
                        Assistance: ARRA     received and paid by
                        5 Expand             January 31, 2012. Also a
                        Buses,Shelters,Ad    P.O. was placed for the
     $441            $0 ministration         acquisition of 2 paratransits                       Less Than 50% Completed
                        Reconstruction of    10/10/2011: The                  The agency's
                        the Fajardo Ferry    Improvements of the Ticket       recovery act
                        Terminal,            Sales Building project at        grant was used
                        purchase of          Fajardo has begun. Contract      for the
                        equipment for the    was signed on April 19,          reconstruction
                        Fajardo ferry        2011. Some of the tasks          of the Fajardo
                        boats, and           during this period include       Ferry Terminal,
                        preventive           bidding support, contract        purchase of
                        maintenance for      administration and               equipment for
$4,733,429   $1,688,404 the Fajardo ferry    construction inspection.         the ferry boats,   Less Than 50% Completed
                                             Q3-2011: Expansion of the        The project
                                             Public Terminal is 95%           funded under
                       For purchase a        completed,Roof                   this grant will
                       Trolley, Signing      Waterproofing is ongoing.        invest in
                       and construction      All remaining invoices will be   transportation
                       of 9 bus stop,        paid on october and              and
                       Improvement of        november 2011. The               infrastructure
                       Public                adjudication of bid              that wil provide
                       Transportation        acquisiton of the Trolley was    long-term
 $510,792     $510,792 Terminal.             made on June 14, 2011 with       economic           Less Than 50% Completed
                                             The purchased units were         Capital
                                             delivered to the Municipality    spending-
                                             during this quarter, July 1,     purchase of
                                             2011 the two Vans units of       three vehicles
                       One small bus         12 passengers, and sept 14,      in process for
                       and two vans          2011, one unit for <30 ft bus    the purpose of
                       ARRA grant FTA        of 16 passengers. The            improving our
                       program for public    disbursement of the funds is     public
                       transportation        taking place (example: an        transportation
 $242,659     $242,659 service               ECHO request was made            system within      More than 50% Completed
                       "Urbanized Area       On August 19th 2011the bid       This project is
                       Formula               for the purchase of the 5        creating work
                       Economic              ADA vans was cancelled           for laborers,
                       Recovery"             due to the fact that only one    drivers and
                       Construction of       bidder showed up for the         administrative
                       Mini Terminal:        bid, and fair competition was    duties. In
                       Acquisition of 2      not established. Now we          addition with
                       buses, 2              have advertised a new bid        the creating of
                       paratrasits, 5        process scheduled for            these jobs we
 $928,217     $791,335 vans,15 shelters      October 20th 2011. At this       are                More than 50% Completed
                                           Trimester July 2011 through
                                           September 2011: Service
                                           for transportation is an on-
                                           going activity. Copier and
                                           the rest of the office
                                           equipment has been
                                           purchased. Maintenance
                      FTA - ARRA           software program was
                      Equip.,PM, ADA, cancelled from previous
  $52,309          $0 Enhancements         supplier due problems with                         Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Construction of bus shelter,
                      Acquisition of one including site preparation,
                      (1) 14 passenger infrastructure and
                      paratransit mini-    photovoltaic lighting fixtures
                      bus; Installation of (Phase3=15 sites) is
                      forty-eight (48)     underway. During this
                      Passenger            quarter the municipality
                      shelters and         awarded a new contract to
                      twelve 12 bus stop Builders and Rental Group,
 $165,506    $165,506 signs                for the amount of              Not Applicable.     Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                          This project will
                                           The Municipality of Lares is use part of
                                           waiting for the decision of    ARRA funds for
                                           Atlanta Region about the       a Maintenance
                                           change of the project to the Garage Facility
                                           new location because the       for preventive
                                           original location is not       maintenance to
                      Lares Collective     accepted by the Department all vehicles that
                      Transportation       of Natural Resources           are used in the
 $898,625          $0 Services             (DRNA).                        collective          More than 50% Completed
                      Purchasing of        This grant will allow to       The Federal
                      Four (4) Trolleys, purchase three (3) Trolleys, Transit
                      Four (4)             Two (2) Paratransit Vans       Administration
                      Paratransit Vans and the Engineering, Design Recovery Act
                      and the              and Acquisition of 20          Grant was used
                      Engineering,         Passenger Shelters for the to purchase of
                      Design,              Municipality of Ceiba and      1 trolley and 2
                      Acquisition and      One (1) Trolley and Two (2) paratransit
                      Instalation of 20    Paratransit Vans for the       vehicle for the
 $122,850    $122,850 Passenger            Municipality of Naguabo. As municipality of        Less Than 50% Completed
                                           Contract for Fare Collection To preserve
                                           software has been executed and create jobs
                                           and 90% of the work is         and promote
                      Tren Urbano          complete. 75% of the           economic
                      Power Saving,        contract for Security          recovery. To
                      Ticket Vending       Cameras has been               invest in
                      Machine              completed. Equipment           transportation,
                      Improvements,        specifications and             environmental
                      and Security         procurement docments for protection and
$1,271,611   $709,270 Equipment            Energy Savings equipment other                     More than 50% Completed
                                                                     Aquisition of
                                                                     transportation
                                                                     vehicles for
                                                                     expansion of
                                                                     collective
                                           All vehicles delivered.   transportation
                      Acquisition-1        Remaining amount will be  service on
                      Trolley and 1        used for labeling trolley established
 $202,950    $202,950 Paratransit          vehicle.                  fixed route.   More than 50% Completed
                      FEDERAL              DURING THIS               THIS GRANT
                      TRANSIT              TRISMESTRE THE            WILL
                      CAPITAL              COMPANY P.R. STONE & CONTRIBUTE
                      INVESTMENT           FENCE COMPANY HAVE TO
                      GRANT: FIXED         INSTALLED 32 SHELTERS PRESERVE
                      GUIDEWAY             FOR THE TROLLEY           AND
                      MODERNIZATIO         STOPS. WE ARE             CREATED
                      N TROLLEY,           AWAITING THE INVOICE JOBS AND
                      PARATRANSIT          FOR THE 10% RETAINED. PROMOTE
 $236,539    $236,539 BUS FACILITY         THE AUCTION DID WAS       ECONOMIC       More than 50% Completed
                                              During this quarter, RIPTA        The purpose of
                                              received approval to use the      this project was
                                              project surplus to be used        to reduce
                                              towards RIPTA's solar             electricity
                                              technologies program. An          consumption by
                                              RFP was advertised for            replacing
                                              design and engineering            existing metal
                            Lighting          work. Completion of design        halide light
                            Conversion for    work is anticipated in            fixtures at its
  $311,049      $309,495    Facilities        January, 2011. In addition,       facilities with     More than 50% Completed
                                              The Project Agreement             Purpose of this
                                              between RIDOT and sub-            Fixed
                                              recipient Massachusetts Bay       Guideway
                                              Transit Authority has been        Improvement is
                                              signed. Final design phase        to invest in
                                              and survey work completed.        transportation
                                              the Contract bid for the          infrastructure
                            Pawtucket         inspection pit is expected to     that will provide
                            Layover           be advertized in Fall 2011.       long term
    $4,598        $4,598    Improvements      Pre-Construction activity has     economic            Less Than 50% Completed
                                              During this quarter, RIPTA        RIPTA's
                                              completed replacement of          Recovery Act
                                              the Elmwood Maintenance           grant was
                                              Facility's bus wash.              written to
                                              Deliveries of replacement         purchase low-
                                              engines for the 2004 bus          floor, hybrid
                                              fleet continued. A local          electric buses
                            Hybrid-Electric   design and construction firm      and trolleys, to
                            Buses and Capital was paid for fabrication of       make needed
$28,960,808   $25,014,188   Projects          information kiosks at the         facility repairs,   More than 50% Completed
                                              The purpose of this grant is      This grant will
                                              to invest in public               be used to
                                              transportation with the           expand
                                              development of the planned        commuter rail
                                              commuter rail station at          serve within the
                                              Wickford Junction. This           Northeast
                                              funding assistance will be        Corridor. As
                                              used to begin construction        such, this
                            SCCR - Wickford of a 1000+/- car garage and         project will
 $3,770,551    $3,770,551   Urbanized Area    station platform.This             invest in           More than 50% Completed
                                                                                The capital
                                            All vehicles are in place, we       items
                                            are bidding out some of the         purchased with
                                            other capital expenses listed       this money
                                            in TEAM like signage for            were a 15
                                            buses, computer programs,           passenger
                                            etc. The money spent this           handicapped
                                            quarter has been part of the        capable bus
                         CIN Tribal Transit small amount received for           and a Ford
   $81,189       $81,189 Expansion          administration.                     Escape SUV          Less Than 50% Completed



                                               This grant will allow
                                               Greenville Transit Authority
                                               to purchase three thirty-five
                                               foot low-floor buses, install
                                               six bus shelters, and install
                         3 buses, 6            signage indicating bus
        $0            $0 shelters, signage     routes and stops.                N/A                 Not Started
                                               During this quarter, the six     In order to
                                               service vehicles (Ford E-450     implement the
                                               Starcraft Allstar Buses),        new Peak
                         Enhanced              continued to be utilized in      Period Transit
                         Demand                full-time service. A quarterly   Option,
                         Response              performance monitoring           additional
                         Transportation        review was conducted on          service
                         Program (also         these vehicles in mid July to    vehicles were
                         known as York         ensure that they are being       needed. The
  $376,616      $313,320 County Access)        utilized and maintained in an    infrastructure      More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant allowed three         To invest in
                                             transit agencies (Santee         transportation,
                                             Wateree RTA, Pee Dee             environmental
                                             RTA and the City of              protection, and
                                             Spartanburg) to purchase         other
                                             various IT computer              infrastructure
                                             equipment and software. As       that will provide
                          Comm. Equipment a result of these                   long-term
                          (14) Urban Transit investments, the transit         economic
  $370,478       $370,478 Providers          agencies will be able to offer   benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                          (ARRA) The         Quarterly Activities: During     Invest in public
                          purchase of (4)    this Quarter ending June 30,     transportation.
                          replacement        2011, the following has          The Santee
                          buses, (1) bus for taken place: (1). The            Wateree RTA
                          expansion;         exterior directional signs       Recovery Act
                          renovation of the was Installed by Got Signs.       Grant was use
                          SWRTA              Once the final quarterly         to purchase
                          Maintenance        Federal Financial Report,        five (5) 5500
                          Facility, and to   and the Milesones/Progress       Dura-Max
 $1,006,501    $1,006,501 use 10% of the     Report is completed the          buses. These         Completed
                                                                              Purchase of
                                                                              fourteen out of
                                                                              fifteen
                                                                              budgeted
                                                                              transit vehicles
                                             Preventive maintenance;          and twelve
                          15 Vehicles,       revise budget to reflect cost    mobile data
                          Preventive         savings and reprogram cost       computers.
                          Maintenance and    savings to purchase              Additional
  $941,803       $821,551 Capital Equipment  additional transit vehicle.      transit              More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant allowed three         To invest in
                                             transit agencies (Lower          transportation,
                                             Savannah COG, Santee             environmental
                                             Wateree RTA and Coast            protection, and
                                             RTA) to continue to              other
                                             renovate their facilities. The   infrastructure
                                             majority of funds this quarter   that will provide
                          71 Replacement were used for IT technology          long-term
                          Buses, Facilities, purchases to include             economic
$11,453,817   $11,132,484 ITS                accounting systems,              benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will alow the         To invest in
                                             transit agency to purchase 2     transportation,
                                             low floor buses for a route      environmental
                                             expansion, purchase 1 SUV        protection, and
                                             for route and deviation          other
                                             support, perform preventive      infrastructure
                                             maintenance on new and           that will provide
                          Bus (2) SUV (1)    existing buses, construct        long term
                          Shelters (10) OP, bus passenger shelters            economic
  $536,450       $536,450 ITS & PM           along existing and               benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                                             Started design and               PDRTA's use
                                             engineering work for             of this grant will
                                             maintenance facility with        ensure
                          PDRTA              Gantt/Huberman Architechs.       scheduled
                          Maintenance        Initial drawings completed.      preventive
                          facilty            For July 2010 report - Soil      maintenance is
                          engineering/desig sample drillings completed.       performed on
                          n, PM and transit Money drawn for PDRTA FY          all it's transit
                          vehicle            09-10 Urban PM/Operating         vehicles and by
  $384,559       $384,559 rehabilitation.    assistance. For the October      rehabilitating       Less Than 50% Completed
                                                                              Farebox
                                                                              receiver, shop
                                                                              truck, coin
                                                                              sorter/counter,
                                                                              bill counter,
                                                                              portable
                                                                              pressure
                                              Quarterly Activities            washer, bus
                                              Report?ARRA 1 35' Hybrid        pass vending
  $267,337       $267,337 SC-96-X006-00       Buys, PM, Equipment             machine, and 5       More than 50% Completed
                                                                            Funds are for
                                           Facility rennovation has         the purchase of
                                           closed, bus passenger            9 buses,
                                           shelter construction is          construction of
                                           complete - passenger             bus shelters
                                           information funding was          with passenger
                        2009 ARRA 9        under project budget -           information
                        Buses, 25          additional funds are being       systems, and
                        shelters, Facility sought, bus purchase has         the rennovation
$6,378,887   $6,378,887 Rehab              closed.                          of the Leeds    More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant has allowed the
                                           Greenville Transit Authority
                                           to purchase seven thirty-five
                                           foot low-floor buses, all of
                                           which have been received.
                                           The grant also allowed for
                                           the installation of an on-
                        7 Buses, 5 Bus     board camera video
                        Shelters & Sec,    surveillance system
$2,952,380   $2,952,380 Eq.                including digital DVR to be      N/A               More than 50% Completed
                                           The roofing contract has         The projects
                                           been awarded to the vender.      funded under
                                           We have also issued a            this grant will
                                           purchase order for the           invest in
                                           roofing company to begin to      transportation,
                                           order supplies. Coast RTA        environmental
                        ARRA 2             is in the process of obtaining   protection, and
                        Bus/Fac.Bus        3 bids for a project manager     other
                        Rehab/Sup          for the roofing project. It is   infrastructures
$1,601,089   $1,419,072 Veh/Oper           anticipated that by the          that will provide More than 50% Completed
                                           Vehicle Acquisition:             The ARRA
                                           Completed 10/2010 Vehicle        funds
                                           Rehabilitation: There has        expended by
                                           been no activity on this line    CMRTA will
                                           item. Facility Renovation:       serve to
                                           Project is complete with final   enhance and/or
                        Vehicle            invoice paid August 2011.        improve the
                        Acquisition/Vehicl Preventive Maintenance:          transit services
                        e Rehab/Facility   Project completed                and amenities
$4,734,795   $4,734,795 Renovation         Operations: Project              available to the More than 50% Completed
                                           No construction activities
                                           have occured. Bus Shelter
                                           Building have been ordered
                                           awaiting delivery of bldgs.
                                           Attorney approval of
                                           Tow/wrecker bid package
                                           received, awaiting Tribal
                                           Council approval for bid
                        OST DOT Oglala advertisement and award of
       $0            $0 Sioux Transit      contract.                                          Less Than 50% Completed
                                           07/13/2010 - Fareboxes           To invest in
                                           have been purchased and          transportation,
                                           delivered to the site awaiting   environmental
                                           installation. The City has       protection, and
                                           been reimbursed for the          other
                                           equipment through the            infrastructure
                        ARRA buses,        grant. Architectural and         that will provide
                        enhancements,      engineering design services      long-term
                        and facility       were provided for the transit    economic
$2,559,381   $2,298,465 improvements       facility improvements            benefits.         More than 50% Completed




                        Bus Facilities and
                        Transit Vehicels, SDDOT are doing bid letting
                        ADP Hardware       for bus facilities and     This is not
$7,326,321           $0 and Software       vehicles.                  applicable           More than 50% Completed
                                                                                 To invest in
                                                                                 transportation,
                                                                                 environmental
                                                                                 protection and
                                                                                 other
                                                                                 infrastructure
                                                                                 that will provide
                         ARRA STP Flex          Final drawdown complete for long-term
                         for Rplcmt             purchase of 6 transit            economic
  $365,953      $365,953 Vehicles               vehicles                         benefits. This Completed
                                                The final bus was delivered To invest in
                                                on September 30, 2010, and transportation,
                                                MATA made the last               environmental
                                                payment for the buses and protection, and
                                                for the busline inspection       other
                                                during the quarter. MATA         infrastructure
                                                awarded a contract for           that will provide
                                                Advanced Public                  long-term
                          ARRA 35 Buses         Transportation Systems in        economic
$17,308,345   $17,308,345 and ITS               October, 2009. The security benefits               More than 50% Completed
                                                This grant allowed the
                                                transit agency to purchase
                                                two low-floors, lift-equipped,
                                                hybrid-electric buses, one       To preserve
                                                low-floor, lift-equipped,        and create jobs
                                                diesel bus, eight lift-          and promote
                          Purchase 2            equipped specialized             economic
                          Hybrid, 1 Diesel, 2   Paratransit vehicles, and        recovery and to
                          vans, Misc            two support vehicles for         invest in
 $1,960,794    $1,960,794 Equipment             support activities, a wheel      transportation. Completed
                                                This quarter the grant           Invest in public
                                                activities included ordering transportation
                         Acquire and install    and receiving the next bus       by using
                         Intelligent            stop signs and paying for        $310,000 for
                         transportations        software licenses and fees. the purchase
                         system techology /     Billings for will be reported in and installation
                         automated vehicle      the next quarter report. The of Intelligent
                         locators and           grant is scheduled to close Transportation
                         shelters at transit    out by September 2011. The System /
  $310,000      $310,000 stations.              only activity this quarter was Automatic           Completed
                                                                                 Funds awarded
                                                                                 to invest in
                                                                                 public
                                                                                 transportation.
                                                                                 ARRA funding
                                                                                 to purchase 8
                                                                                 buses and 7
                                                                                 vans. These
                         ARRA 8 Buses                                            funds will be
  $733,340      $733,340 and 7 Vans             No activity this quarter.        used to           More than 50% Completed
                                                The civil site work for the
                                                Depot is complete, with the
                                                exception of landscaping
                                                which will be completed
                                                when the renovation of the There are not
                                                building is finished. The        any
                                                renovation of the Depot will infrastructure
                                                be done with an                  expenditures to
                                                Enhancement grant and it is report this
  $414,696      $244,644 Depot Renovation       expected that the request for quarter              Less Than 50% Completed
                                                The overall purpose is to        The overall
                                                enhance and improve              pupose is to
                                                demand response within the enhance and
                                                LAMTPO region. These             improve
                                                vehicle purchases (two gas demand
                                                and two hybrids) will assist response within
                                                ETHRA with passenger             the LAMTPO
                                                time, mobility, vehicle          region. These
                         Purchase of four       response, and capacity.          vehicle
  $555,680      $555,680 new buses              Staff submitted a budget         purchases (two More than 50% Completed
                                                                               To invest in
                                                                               transportation,
                                                                               environmental
                                                                               protection and
                                                                               other
                                                                               infrastructure
                        ARRA LEED                                              that will provide
                        Transit                                                long-term
                        Ctr;Maint/Ops        3 PM Filters installed this       economic
$5,726,284   $5,726,284 Fac;PM               quarter                           benefits. This      More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow Johnson     Johnson City
                        Replacement of       City Transit to purchase          Transit's
                        (7) 30ft buses and   seven low-floor, medium-          Recovery Act
                        (5) <30ft buses;     duty thirty-foot buses for        grant will allow
                        Intelligent          fixed route use and five          the purchase of
                        Transportation       small (less than thirty-foot)     seven low-floor,
                        Systems              buses for demand response         medium-duty
                        technology; and      use, to modernize and             thirty-foot
                        (4) passenger        replace older buses in JCT's      buses for fixed
$1,179,119   $1,179,119 shelters             fleet; to purchase eight          route use and       More than 50% Completed
                                             Quarter ending September          The projects
                                             30, 2011 The design and           funded under
                                             architectural drawing for the     this grant will
                        Purchase five (5)    rehab of Nestor is 90%            invest in
                        buses for            complete. A vendor has            transportation,
                        expansion,           been selected for installation    environomental
                        shelters,            of the bus wash system but        protection and
                        preliminary          has not been approved by          other
                        engineering for      the Board. Quarter ending         infrastructure
$7,861,119   $7,861,119 facility             June 30, 2011, Stansell           that will provide   More than 50% Completed
                                             Two Hybrid buses were             To invest in
                                             delivered to subrecipient,        transportation,
                                             RTA (Regional Transit             environmental
                                             Authority) by Gillig Bus          protection, and
                                             company on November 24th          other
                                             and 25, 2009. Buses have          infrastructure
                                             been wrapped but not              that will provide
                        2 buses, 15 Vans,    inspected by sub-recipient.       long term
                        Bus shelters,        Payment for buses will not        economic
$1,707,711   $1,707,711 AVL's                be made until sub-recipient       benefit.            More than 50% Completed
                                             The grant will allowed Knox       The grant
                                             County CAC Transit to             allowed Knox
                                             purchase Intelligent              County CAC
                                             Transportation Hardware           Transit to
                                             and Software on transit           purchase
                                             vehicles. As a result of          Intelligent
                                             these investments, Knox           Transportation
                                             County CAC Transit is able        Hardware and
                       ITS Hardware and      to offer public transportation    Software on
 $586,247     $586,247 Software              services that are more            transit vehicles.   Completed
                                             This grant has allowed            The transit
                                             CARTA to complete                 agency's
                                             architectural and design          Recovery Act
                                             work for three construction       grant is being
                                             projects: rehabilitation of two   used to
                                             park and ride garages,            purchase 6
                                             repaving of                       light duty
                        ARRA Facility        administrative/maintenance        vehicles, new
                        Rehab, 6             areas, and phase II of a          security
$3,374,323   $3,374,323 Vehicles, ITS,       rehabilitation project for the    equipment,          More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant has allowed            CARTA's
                                             CARTA to complete                 Recovery grant
                                             engineering and design of         is used to
                                             lighting to replace               replace
                                             approximately 1,724 existing      approximately
                                             fluorescent lights with LED       1,724 existing
                                             lighting. This project            fluorescent
                       TIGGER: Facilities    encompasses CARTA's               lights with LED
                       Light upgrd           parking garage facilities         lighting. As
 $617,974     $617,974 (1,724)               associated with its               such, the           More than 50% Completed
                                             As of September 2011, The        The project
                                             ridership for the Relax and      funded under
                                             Ride is as follow: July -        this grant will
                                             5878,August 2011- 7480,          invest in
                                             September 2011 - 6591.           transportation,
                                             This increase is due to the      environmental
                                             new services from                protection, and
                          14 vans, Rehab     Robertson County                 other
                          Locomotive, PE     (Springfield/Joelton) to         infrastructure
 $2,102,203    $2,102,203 for Martha Station downtown Nashville The           that will provide More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant has provided          The transit
                                             funding for the transit          agency utilized
                                             agency to purchase four          funds for the
                                             paratransit buses, one           purchase of a
                                             paratransit van, one support     support vehicle,
                                             vehicle, and update the          one paratransit
                                             communication equipment          van, and four
                          Purchase of 4      for the transit facility. As a   new paratransit
                          buses/1 van and result of this investment,          buses.
  $530,436       $530,436 equipment.         replacement of aging transit     Funding has       Completed
                                             JTA purchased one 30'
                                             transit bus, building
                                             construction is completed.
                                             Purchses completed.
                                             Working toward a budget
                          Capital for        revision for 2 paratransit       Purchased 1
                          vehicles, ADP,     vans from cost savings in        bus, 2 vans,
                          relocation and     ADP hardware and software,       constructed an
  $909,984       $909,984 construction       construction, relocation.        admin facility. More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant has allowed the       To invest in
                                             non-urbanized rural transit      transportation,
                                             agencies to purchase and         environmental
                                             take delivery of two hundred     protection, and
                                             and twenty-one (221) ADA         other
                                             compliant paratransit lift       infrastructure
                                             vans, thirty six (36)            that will provide
                          Transit Capital    passenger vans, thirteen         long-term
                          Assistance,        (13) lift equipped buses,        economic
$15,643,417   $15,465,619 Recovery Act       forty four (44) paratransit      benefits          Less Than 50% Completed
                                             The Bar Signal Over-run          To invest in
                                             project is a safety system       transportation,
                                             enhancement on the Main          environmental
                          Main Street light  Street Rail line to detect       protection, and
                          rail line capital  Light Rail Vehicles (LRVs)       other
                          improvements,      passing through stop /           infrastructure
                          including          horizontal bars (similar to      that will provide
                          signalization,     identifying vehicles running     long-term
                          communications, red lights with cameras).           economic
  $689,856       $680,000 signage, etc.      During the third quarter of      benefits.         Less Than 50% Completed
                                             This ARRA grant will allow
                                             the partnership of Dallas
                                             Area Rapid Transit (DART),
                                             City of Dallas, and North
                                             Central Texas Council of
                                             Governments (NCTCOG) to
                                             implement a 1.5 mile
                          Downtown Dallas - streetcar project in
                          Oakcliff Streetcar Downtown Dallas. This
        $0             $0 Project            project will assist in                           More than 50% Completed
                          Vehicles,          3rd Quarter of 2011,             PROJECT 1:
                          technology,        approximately 90% of grants      ACQUIRE -
                          passenger          funds has been spent.            ADP
                          amenities, transit DCTA has completed four of       SOFTWARE
                          enhancements,      the seven projects that this     (Route match)
                          bus operations     grant is financially             1/7/2011
                          equipment and      supporting. Those projects       $110,940
                          facility           include the construction of a    Route Match
                          construction and Park&Ride station, five Fleet      Software/Hard
 $3,251,211    $3,251,211 improvements       replacement and decal            ware (ADP       More than 50% Completed
                                           During this quarter, Fort        The
                                           Bend County entered into         infrastructure
                                           negotiations with a vendor       expenditures
                                           for the Intelligent              reflected in this
                                           Transportation Systems           report are for
                                           technology project. A            the purchase of
                        Buses,             contract has not yet been        vehicles; two
                        Construction, Park awarded. Project delays are      mid-sized
                        & Ride, and Misc expected due to Buy-               replacement
$1,012,095   $1,012,095 Equipment          America compliance               buses, one mid- Less Than 50% Completed
                                         Total Amount of Payments
                                         to Vendors less than
                                         $25,000 has been updated
                                         to a cumulative
                        ARRA 2009 -      amount,79,528.18. Only             Used to build
                        American         Equipment has been                 American
                        Recovery         purchased thus far. There          Disability Act
                        Reinvestment Act are no infrustructures at this     standard
 $204,533       $57,125 2009             time.                              sidewalk.         Less Than 50% Completed




                        AMERICAN
                        RECOVERY
                        REINVESTMENT Construct Bus Support
       $0            $0 ACT                Facilities.                                        Not Started
                                           This grant will allow VIA        This grant will
                                           Metropolitan Transit to          be used to
                                           purchase three electric          acquire three
                                           buses. These buses will          35 foot
                                           replace conventional diesel      Composite
                                           buses which have met, or         Body Electric
                                           exceeded their useful life.      Transit Buses.
                                           Infrastructure will also be      Infrastructure
                        Electric Buses and acquired to recharge the         will be used to
 $147,003      $147,003 Infrastructure     batteries of the electric        recharge the      Less Than 50% Completed
                                           The overall purpose and          The transit
                                           expected deliverable is the      agency's
                                           complete renovation of the       Recovery Act
                                           City of Galveston Island         grant will be
                                           Transit maintenance facility.    used to
                                           The project went out for bid     renovate and
                                           in the reporting period          restructure
                                           ending September 30, 2009.       Island Transit
                        Maintenance        In the Fourth Quarter of         Bus
 $869,282      $869,282 Facility - ARRA    2011 construction of the         Maintenance       More than 50% Completed
                                           The contractor, Justice          Infrastructure
                                           Construction, has completed      purchases will
                                           the transfer lane                support the
                                           rehabilitation. The transfer     provision of
                                           lanes was repaved, the           public
                        Abilene Transit    ceiling was sandblasted to       transportation
                        System Ecomonic remove peeling paint and            services within
                        Recovery Capital then repainted and sealed.         Abilene, Texas.
                        Infrastructure     Halogen lamps were               These
$2,037,499   $2,037,499 Project (8)        replaced and                     purchases         More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant has allowed the       The City of
                                           City's transit department to     Beaumont's
                                           hire an architectural firm and   Recovery Act
                                           construction company to          grant was used
                                           perform work on new bus          to purchase 8
                                           passenger shelters. Once         paratransit
                                           these investments are            buses, new
                        8 Buses, Shelters, complete, the City's transit     electronic
                        Renov. Admin       department will be able to       fareboxes,
$1,661,474   $1,661,474 Fac.               offer public transportation      service support   More than 50% Completed
                          Replacement           This grant will allow the        This grant will
                          buses; An             transit agency to purchase       be used to
                          upgraded fare         twenty-six, low-floor, hybrid-   acquire twenty-
                          collection system;    electric buses; four, low-       four hybrid-
                          An auto-              floor, compressed natural        electric buses,
                          notification system   gas (CNG) buses; upgrade         four
                          for paratransit       our exisiting farebox            compressed
                          riders; New           collection system; improve       natural gas
                          shelters/kiosks/sig   customer service for our         (CNG) buses, a
$21,323,256   $18,971,254 nage throughout       paratransit riders through an    single electric     More than 50% Completed
                                                Twenty-three of the 34 sub-      The purpose
                                                awards are complete. Many        and rationale is
                                                of the on going facility         to invest in
                                                projects are partially           transportation,
                                                completed, including             environmental
                                                preliminary engineering,         protection, and
                          TxDOT PTN - 23        development of plans,            other
                          Vehicles,             specifications, estimates,       infrastructure
                          Construction,         selection of contractors, or     that will provide
 $8,577,283    $8,577,283 Prev. Maint.          negotiation of contracts.        long-term           More than 50% Completed
                          Purchase 33-40ft      Rails with Trails transit        The American
                          and 7-35ft            enhancement project will         recovery and
                          replacement           provide an alternative           reinvestment
                          buses with            bicycle and pedestrian           grant for
                          security              accessway to Capital Metro       Transit Capital
                          equipment, and        transit facilities.Our entity    Assistance was
                          provide               has engaged community            utilized for
                          complementary         outreach to gather feedback.     contracted
                          ADA paratransit       This route originally started    surveying
$24,685,412   $22,074,668 service.              at Crestview Station TOD         services to         More than 50% Completed
                                                                                 The projects
                                                                                 funded under
                                                                                 this grant will
                                                                                 invest in
                                                                                 transportation
                                             The grant is allowing the           and
                                             agency to conduct                   infrastructure.
                                             preventive maintenance on           These
                          Preventive         our 41 vehicle by our two           investments will
  $863,261       $607,231 Maintenance        maintenance personel.               create jobs and     More than 50% Completed
                                             For third quarter 2011,             The transit
                                             salaries were paid to cover         agency's
                                             activities such as                  recovery act
                                             preperation of milestone            will be used to
                          Purchase of seven reports, preperation of              invest in
                          buses, facility    budget and production               transportation,
                          renovation,        reports and                         environmental
                          equipment and      correspondence. In                  protection and
                          twenty three bus addition, we also paid for            other
  $428,971       $428,971 shelters.          bus stop signs which will           infrastructure      Less Than 50% Completed
                                             For third quarter 2011, we          The transit
                                             paid for three Type XI              agency's
                                             buses. We also paid for             Recovery Act
                                             repair work on transit facility,    grant was used
                          Purchase of ten    construction work on a              to invest in
                          buses, facility    washbay to wash all transit         transportation,
                          renovation,        vehicles and the expansion          environmental
                          equipment and      of a parking area at the            protection, and
                          transit            transit facility. In addition,      other
 $1,811,553    $1,811,553 enhancements.      we also purchased bus stop          infrastructure      More than 50% Completed
                                             Cletran completed a radio           The projects
                                             tower access project.               funded under
                                             Eighteen (18) ADA-                  this grant will
                                             accessible transit vehicles         invest in
                                             were delivered to Public            transportation
                                             Transit Services and Special        and
                                             Programs for Aging Needs            infrastructure.
                                             by Lasseter Bus and                 These
                          42 Repl. Veh; TE; Mobility. Public Transit             investments will
 $4,130,641    $3,972,400 Support Facilities Services issued an Invitation       create jobs and     More than 50% Completed
                                                                                The City of
                                                                                Arlington
                          City of Arlington                                     utilized the
                          Handitran             The City of Arlington's         funding to
                          Recovery Act - To     Handitran Increased the         purchase 2
                          increase ride         third party contracted fleet of additional
                          opportunities for     taxi cabs from 9 to 10          buses and
                          the disabled and      vehicles and provided an        mobile data
                          elderly in            additional 5346 passenger terminals to
  $441,429       $183,104 Arlington.            trips.                          maintain           More than 50% Completed
                                                The Harris County CSD
                                                Office of Transit Services
                                                route funded by ARRA
                                                provided 3223 trips during
                                                the 2011 3rd quarter months
                                                of July 01,2011 through
                                                September 30, 2011, which
                          Houston               was a 60% increase over
                          Urbanized Area        the April 01, 2011 through
  $367,646             $0 Formula - ARRA        June 30, 2011 ridership of                         Less Than 50% Completed
                                                The design process for
                                                pedestrian access
                                                improvements is moving
                                                along quickly for the Greater
                                                East End Management
                                                District. The corridors of
                                                York, Sampson and
                          GEEMD ARRA            Navigation are being
                          Streetscape           considered in this phase of
  $426,908             $0 Improvements          design. The improvements                           Less Than 50% Completed
                                                Three buses were ordered in Parking lot
                                                March 2010 to replace an        improvements
                                                aging fleet and were            at the transit
                                                accepted early in Q2 2011. office site
                          Transit bus           The new buses are               improve
                          acquisition, bus      operational and replaced        security,
                          stop                  aging vehicles resulting in     operational
                          improvements and      better performance and          efficiency and
                          depot site            reliability. Construction on expanded
 $1,034,850    $1,034,850 improvements.         the parking lot security        transit services   More than 50% Completed
                                                October 3, 2011: Utilizing its October 3,
                                                2009 American Recovery          2011: The City
                                                and Reinvestment Act            of Wichita Falls
                                                (ARRA) funds, the City of       constructed
                                                Wichita Falls purchased two four concrete
                                                new bus driver's seats for      pads for bus
                          Replacement           $3,900 and installed four       benches/shelte
                          transit bus           concrete pads for bus           rs installation.
                          purchase with fleet   benches/shelters for $2,800. July 5, 2011 -
 $1,486,037    $1,486,037 upgrades.             No other activity occurred      The City of        More than 50% Completed
                          Project Title/Grant   Projects on which               The purpose of
                          Number: TX-96-        expenditures have been          The T's
                          X023. Capital         made: Preventive                stimulus funded
                          projects including    Maintenance, $12,008,975; projects is to
                          Preventive            Articulated Buses,              invest in
                          Maintenance,          $5,971,362; design bus          transportation,
                          purchasing            parking lot, $39,140;           environmental
                          articulated buses,    construction bus parking lot, protection, and
                          installing a          $334,688; Trinity Railway       other
$19,063,486   $19,063,486 powered rail          Express (TRE) ITC powered infrastructure           More than 50% Completed
                                                THE RFP/IFB IS
                                                SCHEDULE TO GO OUT
                                                10/16/2009 AND SHOULD
                                                BE AWARDED BY
                                                10/30/2009 CONTRACT
                                                WAS AWARDED ON
                                                11/16/2010. vehicle
                          TRANSIT               installation of MDT's
                          CAPITAL               09/29/2011 Tranining
  $175,328             $0 ASSISTANCE            10/3/2011-10/07/2011                               More than 50% Completed
                                               During the third quarter of          To make transit
                                               2011 all 171 bus shelters            more
                                               had been installed, however,         accessible and
                                               some ad displays and bike            to sustain
                          Glory Road           racks still needed to be             existing jobs
                          Transit Terminal,    installed. The bus shelters          and create new
                          Westside Transit     project was 98% complete.            employment
                          Terminal, Bus        As of September 30,                  that will
                          Shelters and         2011none of the existing             promote the
$14,447,627   $13,258,655 Terminal Rehabs      transit terminals had been           city's economy.     More than 50% Completed
                                               The Gulf Coast Center has            The bus shelter
                                               provided public                      construction
                                               transportation service in            and installation
                                               Southern Brazoria area with          in Southern
                                               the support of this funding          Brazoria
                                               $138,654 for the operating           County will help
                                               activities. $178,506 has             to improve
                                               been invested in bus shelter         fixed route
                         LAKE JACKSON          project. GCC is requesting           transit service
  $320,714      $232,506 SHELTERS              amendment of 54,000                  in this area        More than 50% Completed
                                               The 12 buses have been               The ARRA
                                               delivered and all are in             infrastucture
                                               revenue service. The Laredo          expenditure is
                                               Transit and the City of              for 12 heavy-
                                               Laredo are working once              duty buses
                                               again to re-bid the support          (Gillig) for the
                                               vehicle (wrecker). The bid           replacement of
                          09 ARRA BUSES        specification for the wrecker        buses for the
                          (12) &               is currently under review and        Laredo Transit
 $4,557,091    $4,081,382 EQUIPMENT            is estimated to be                   public bus          More than 50% Completed
                                               This grant has continued to          The City of
                                               allow the transit agency to          Amarillo:
                                               conduct preventive                   Transit
                          ARRA funds will      maintenance on 30 buses or           Department will
                          be used for          vans. As a result of these           preserve and
                          Preventative         investments, the City of             create jobs and
                          maintenance, 10%     Amarillo will spend the              promote
                          ADA Paratransit,     ARRA funds in a manner               economic
                          and 10%              that will stabilize the local        recovery, will
 $2,859,438    $1,976,486 operating            budget and avoid                     assist those        More than 50% Completed
                                               Gulf Coast Center use this           The bus shelter
                                               grant to construct Park and          project in
                                               Ride Service Facility at             Texas City/La
                                               League City and installation         Marque
                                               of bus shelters in Texas             urbanized area
                                               City/La Marque urbanized             will help to
                                               area. UTMB Park and Ride             improve fixed
                          UTMB Park and        Service Facility currently           route transit
                          Ride Service         currently is under                   service. UTMB
 $2,438,700    $2,438,700 Facility             construction. $2,222,532             Park and Ride       More than 50% Completed
                                               July ? Sep 2011: Bus                 Invest in public
                                               Maintenance Facility: All of         transportation
                                               the windows and glazing              by constructing
                                               have been finished out by            two
                                               Meacham. Tri State                   Maintenance
                                               completed all of the                 Facilities in The
                                               plumbing fixtures. Proficient        Woodlands.
                          Woodlands Boat &     Electrical continued working         $929,525 of the
                          Bus Maint.           on getting the wire pulled for       allocated funds
 $1,261,935    $1,261,935 Facilities           the electrical. Tri State is still   will be used for    More than 50% Completed
                                               Site Work & Exterior
                                               Concrete ? Overall this is
                                               approximately 85%                    A new radio
                                               complete, with minor                 system was
                                               walkways and the rest of the         purchased for
                                               bus drive down the alley to          the bus system
                                               finish. Interior Concrete ?          and
                          Transfer Station     100% complete Roofing ?              miscellanous
                          and Administration   Approximately 90%                    support system
  $929,961        $23,403 Offices              complete. The building is in         for the building. More than 50% Completed
                                           The project has continued to     The CVTD's
                                           be proceeding on schedule.       ARRA grant will
                                           Most current activities          be used to
                                           include the following:           construct a
                                           Exterior walls framed,           10,000 square
                                           electrical rough-in, canopy      foot transit
                                           timbers installed, insulation    terminal that
                                           and majority of roofing          will support the
                          Concho Valley    completed, interior plumbing     administration
 $1,026,111    $1,026,111 Transit Terminal outfitted, stucco installed,     and operations      More than 50% Completed
                                           Seven of the 16 sub-awards       The purpose
                                           have been closed. The on         and rationale is
                                           going facility projects are      to invest in
                          TxDOT PTN -      partially completed,             transportation,
                          Intercity Bus    including preliminary            environmental
                          Facilities       engineering, development of      protection, and
                          Rehabilitation,  plans, specifications,           other
                          Purchase 3 buses estimates, selection of          infrastructure
                          (over-the-road   contractors, or negotiation of   that will provide
 $5,700,220    $5,700,220 coach type)      contracts.                       long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                           This quarter includes Phase      Corpus Christi
                                           II of the project and includes   RTA utilized
                          Buses (5), ADP   the Project Manager and 3        the ARRA grant
                          hardware for new engineering firms                funding to
                          fare collection  completing the design work       invest in public
                          system and       for the construction related     transportation
                          citywide ADA bus bus stop improvements.           by purchasing
                          stop             One contractor-Ti-Zack           5 buses and a
                          improvements to Construction was awarded          new automatic
 $4,803,404    $4,803,404 shelters.        all three zones of Phase II      fare collection     More than 50% Completed
                                                                            The
                                                                            infrastructure
                                                                            expenditure for
                                          Activity for this quarter         the quarter was
                                          included sidewalk and             for the purpose
                                          pedestrian light installation     of installing
                          ARRA LCI        on MCue, Hidalgo and West         new sidewalks,
                          Streetscape     Alabama. At this stage the        pedestrian
                          Improvements in project is approximately          lighting and
 $2,874,935    $2,874,935 Uptown          40% complete.                     landscape. It       Less Than 50% Completed
                                          Forty-four out of 51 sub-         The purpose
                                          awards have been closed.          and rationale is
                                          These projects included           to invest in
                                          vehicle and information           transportation,
                                          technology procurement.           environmental
                                          Many of the on going facility     protection, and
                          TxDOT PTN - 09 projects are partially             other
                          ARRA 362        completed, including              infrastructure
                          Vehicles &      preliminary engineering,          that will provide
$30,853,203   $30,853,203 Facilities      development of plans,             long-term           More than 50% Completed
                                          This grant includes three         To invest in
                                          projects to invest in public      transportation,
                                          transit improvements for the      environmental
                                          Houston region. One               protection, and
                                          project will acquire 19 Light     other
                                          Rail Vehicles in effort to        infrastructure
                                          meet high passenger               that will provide
                          HOT LANES, 19 demand on the existing              long-term
                          RAIL CARS, BUS Main Street Rail Line. In the      economic
$50,030,286   $49,653,994 SHELTERS        third quarter of 2011, a          benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                          The Upper Kirby                   The
                                          Management District has 2         improvements
                                          roadway                           relate to
                                          reconstruction/streetscape        pedestrian
                                          enhancement and transit           infrastructure
                                          access improvement                and enhanced
                          UKMD            projects underway - Kirby         access to
                          Streetscape     Dr., phase II (Richmond           transit services
                          Improvements -  Avenue to US Highway 59)          provided by
 $1,475,369    $1,475,369 ARRA            and Buffalo Speedway              Houston Metro.      Less Than 50% Completed
                                           This is for a 5900 sq. foot      All of the funds
                                           administration and               were expended
                                           operations facility. It will     on capital
                                           house the drivers facilities,    infrastructure
                                           dispatch facilities and the      for the
                                           administration offices. We       construction of
                                           have gone out to bid and         the Transit
                                           have awarded the contract.       Administration
                                           The construction is              Office Building
 $1,073,620    $1,073,620 UT-96-X003-00    completeed and final             and vehicles.     More than 50% Completed
                          Constuct Light   This grant has allowed the       To invest in
                          Rail Maintenance transit agency to procure 14     public
                          Facility,        replacement and 3                transportation
                          Preventative     expansion transit buses;         infrastructure
                          Maintenance,     renovate and construct a         that will provide
                          Purchases Buses, light rail yard and shop;        long term
                          Security         purchase various security        economic
                          Equipment and    equipment; purchase              benefits by
                          Transit          passenger shelters and           purchasing new
$48,333,398   $48,333,398 Enhancements     other transit enhancements.      buses,            More than 50% Completed
                                           This grant has allowed           The expansion
                                           continued funding of state       and
                                           administrative support for       construction of
                                           managing the ARRA grant.         administrative
                                           Cedar Area Transit               offices,
                                           anticipate project completion    maintenance
                                           October 2011. Uintah Basin       facilities, and
                          Non-Urbanized    Association of Governments       vehicle storage
                          Area Formula     has completed the ARRA           facilities;
 $6,448,263    $6,304,634 Program          funded mobility                  purchasing        More than 50% Completed




                          Transit Capital   There was no activity this
 $3,848,268            $0 Assistance        quarter.                                        More than 50% Completed
                                            Project Update for 3rd          To preserve
                                            Quarter 2011: To date           and create jobs
                                            approximately 39 of 41 bus      and promote
                                            shelters are currently over     economic
                                            90% completed territory-        recovery. To
                                            wide; 4 bus shelters are        invest in
                                            approximately 95%               transportation,
                                            completed; these (4)            environmental
                          Bus Shelters, Bus shelters are located within     protection, and
 $1,056,259    $1,056,259 Stop Signs        the St. Thomas Historic         other           More than 50% Completed
                                            Software change analysis
                                            preparation; requirements
                                            gathering and validation
                                            against approved change
                                            requests; release groups
                                            pending; Security
                                            requirement updates
                                            including PIV/ HSPD-12
                                            needs; user management
 155252.35                                  enhancements, Data                             Less Than 50% Completed
                                            Contractor services to
                                            support Federa Transit
                                            Administration in the
                                            improvement of internal
                                            controls and self
                                            assessment activities in
                                            compliance with Federal
                                            Managers' Financial Integrity
                                            Act (FMFIA) and OMB
         0                                  Circular A-123 programs.                       Not Started
            Consultants To conduct
            Procurement Systems
            Reviews in locations and
       0    activities yet to be specified.   Not Started
            Task Order #6: Coordinated
            and visited ARRA project
            sites in Orangeburg, SC
            (SCDOT); Greensboro, NC
            (COG); Franklin, MA
            (FRTA); Lowell, MA (LRTA);
            Merrick Valley, MA
            (MVRTA); Choctaw and
            Natchez (MDOT); Farjardo,
299823.13   Puerto Rico (AMA); and            Less Than 50% Completed




            No work conducted during
            the period. Work essentially
  145865    complete.                         More than 50% Completed




            Conducted planning for six
            FMO seminars, started
            Lakeland, FL cost allocation
            plan review, and started
            review of Chatham Area
 23818.75   Transit.                          Less Than 50% Completed
            System modernization
            documentation completion/
            billing against the $467,502
            modernization work
            authorization. This work
            authorization is complete.
            Although funding is
            available, this may close out
            assocatied ARRA projects.
481665.58   Will leave at 50% or more         More than 50% Completed




            Completed 5 desk reviews,
            leaving 1 to be completed.
            Issued 12 final reports,
            leaving 4 to be completed.
275552.01   Conducted 1 workshop.             Less Than 50% Completed
            Conducting State
            management Reviews of
            tribal transit and rural
            grantees and planned ARRA
            training workshops in Las
            Vegas and New Mexico.
            Provided technical
            assistance to Grantees.
            Provided technical
877524.65   assistance to FTA                 More than 50% Completed
                                                10/01/2011: RFP for
                                                AVL/GPS Technology
                                                Project was released
                                                09/21/2011. WATA is
                                                currently working with the
                                                Virginia Dept of Rail and
                                                Public Transportation with
                           Bus and Other        technical assistance in
                           Motor Vehicle        capturing and defining the
        $0              $0 Transit System       information needed for this                         Less Than 50% Completed
                                                GRTC intends to purchase 8
                                                40-foot low floor transit
                                                buses that have reached the
                                                end of their useful service
                                                life. The Gillig buses being
                                                replaced were purchased
                                                and put into service in 1998
                                                and have exceeded theri
                                                useful service life of 12
        $0              $0 Bus Purchase         years.                                              Not Started




                           Arlington County      The contract to purchase the
                           CNG-Hybrid Bus        buses was awarded on May
        $0              $0 Purchase              5, 2010.                                           Less Than 50% Completed
                                                 This quarter, funds were       This award will
                                                 used to purchase support       be used to
                                                 vehicles (1 each) for Lake     invest in public
                                                 Country Area Agency on         transportation
                                                 Aging and District Three       and support the
                                                 Transit. Funds were also       capital needs of
                                                 used to purchase car           Virginia's rural
                                                 washing equipment for the transit systems.
                          Capital Projects       Appalachian Agency on          The following
 $3,779,952    $3,779,952 for Rural Transit. Aging- Four County Transit. replacement                More than 50% Completed
                                                 No activities were performed To invest in
                                                 this quarter. Descriptions of transportation,
                                                 grant projects include: 1.     environmental
                                                 purchase and installation of protection, and
                                                 a mobile surveillance          other
                                                 camera system on our fleet infrastructure
                          38 vans, 11            of 78 paratransit vehicles. 2. that will provide
                          buses, signs,          replacement of 38              long-term
                          ADA, preventive        paratransit vans with          economic
$11,444,261   $10,198,862 maintenance            wheelchair lifts. 3. purchase benefits.            More than 50% Completed
                          7 hybird-electric      Received and disbursed         Purchase of 7
                          buses, 2 support payment for various                  hybird-electric
                          vehicles for           CAD/AVL License fees for       heavy duty
                          supervisory            both Fixed Route and           transit buses
                          personel, GPS-         Paratransit services,          Purchase of
                          based automatic professional services/vechile Software for
                          vehicle location       installation, user guides and destination
                          and computer           IT network diagrams and        signs/talking
                          aided dispatching troubleshooting                     buses.
 $4,825,932    $4,825,932 hardware and           documentation.                 Purchase of         More than 50% Completed
                          Purchase para-         This grant will allow          Winchester
                          transit scheduling Winchester Transit to              Transit's
                          software; 2            purchase 2 new computers Recovery Act
                          computers and 1 and 1 server and install para- grant is being
                          server; wireless       transit scheduling software used to
                          security cameras to aid in managing para-             purchase
                          for bus facility built transit drivers, vehicles and scheduling
                          in FY09; new bus driver schedules. The                software, 2 new
                          stop signs for         software will also aid in data computers, 1
   $18,174        $18,174 fixed-route stops; collection, reporting and          new server,         More than 50% Completed
                                            'This grant allows the          'To invest in
                                            agency to purchase six (6)      transportation,
                                            cutaway buses, add              environmental
                                            automatic vehicle locators      protection, and
                                            and security cameras on 47      other
                                            buses, replace a support        infrastructure
                        TRANSFER FAC,       vehicle, add a farebox to       that will provide
                        OPERATING,          four buses, replace             long-term
                        SHOP/OFC            inventory shop bins and         economic
 $750,264      $509,717 EQUIP               shelves, and to purchase        benefits.'          Less Than 50% Completed
                        Purchase of seven   Reimbursements for this         To invest in
                        replacement         quarter were made on the        transportation,
                        buses and various   following line items:           enviromental
                        capital items       Replacement buses. The          protection and
                        (shop,communicat    passenger shelters are on       other
                        ion, shelter/bike   order and the hardware and      infrastructure
                        rack, hardware &    software line items are being   that will provide
                        software            processed for either final      long-term
                        equipment) Also     purchases or have pending       economic
$4,656,261   $4,484,513 includes ARRA       deliveries of product.          benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                            This grant will allow Bristol   Bristol Virginia
                                            Virgina Transit to purchase     Transit's
                                            one <30 replacement bus,        Recovery funds
                                            one support vehicle, radio      will be used to
                                            and communitcation              purchase one
                                            equipment and office            <30'
                                            equipment to modernize its      replacement
                                            fleet. As a result of these     bus, a support
                        ARRA 1 Bus,         investments Bristol Virginia    vehicle, radio
  $94,483       $72,923 Radios, Equip, OA   Transit will be able to offer   and                 More than 50% Completed
                                            10/01/2011: RFP for ITS         To invest in
                                            Project released                transportation,
                                            09/21/2011. State contract      environmental
                                            to purchase the bus             protection, and
                                            replacements completed.         other
                                            Bus shelters locations are      infrastructure
                                            being surveyed. Contract to     that will proivde
                       Bus and Other        evaluate software and           long-term
                       Motor Vehicle        hardware is being reviewed      economic
 $779,550     $662,068 Transit System       to ensure interfacing with      benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                                                                            These funds
                                                                            were use for
                                                                            final payment
                                          The funds for this quarter        to W M
                                          were used to continue             Schlosser
                                          purchasing furniture for the      Company
                                          new transit facility and          Incorporated
                                          purchase computer                 for the
                        Petersburg Area equipment for the new               construction of
 $646,681      $500,000 Transit           transit manager.                  the Transit         Less Than 50% Completed
                        Four Buses,       2011 3rd Quarter: Four Gillig     The transit
                        Assocated Capital Low Floor Buses were              agency's
                        Maintenance,      delivered July 1 to July 5,       Recovery Act
                        Passenger         2011. NextBus project is          grant was used
                        Shelters, ADA     progressing with all routes in    to purchase
                        Vehicle           test mode. Scheduled to go        bus shelters for
                        Equipment,        public January 2012. A            the City of
                        Security Cameras, revision to increase the          Harrisonburg
                        Fuel System and number of bus shelters for          and purchase
$1,596,932   $1,552,669 Operating         this grant was processed.         tires for transit   More than 50% Completed
                                                                            To invest in
                                                                            intelligent
                                                                            transportation
                                                                            systems
                                            (4) hybrid buses delivered;     technology and
                                            (1) replacement engine          upgrade bus
                                            purchased; various parts for    stops in order
                                            bus maintenance                 to provide long-
                        Transit Capital     purchased; land acquisition     term economic
$3,907,649   $1,341,123 Assistance          by sub-recipient JAUNT.         benefits.           More than 50% Completed
                          Bus Purchases,     Capital items purchased           Complete new
                          Contruction of SS  including LRT equipment           maintenance
                          Bus Facility; Shop and non-revenue vehicles,         facility and
                          Equipment; 40-     radios, computers and             improve HRT
                          foot bus purchase; hardware, continuing.             facilities
                          Transfer Center    Construction of HRT's bus         including
                          Upgrades;          wash and transfer center          transfer center
                          Information &      improvements/upgrades             upgrades and
                          Management         were also completed and           replace an out
$22,649,753   $20,159,643 Systems; & EMS     construction continued.           of date bus     More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant provides for two       The transit
                                             shelters to be installed on       agency's
                                             opposite sides of the street      Recovery Act
                                             at the Manassas Park VRE          grant is being
                                             Station. One side is the new      used to
                          2 Locomotives, 2 Manassas Park Town                  manufactaure 2
                          Buses, Capital     Government Center and the         locomotives
                          Cost of            other side is slated for future   and 2 buses.
                          Contracting,       high density development.         As such, the
$13,578,952   $13,578,052 Amenities          The activities this quarter       projects funded More than 50% Completed
                                             During the last quarter, the
                                             funds were used to pay
                                             salary costs of HRT
                                             employees working on the          The
                                             project (both preparing for       construction,
                                             operations, budget, and           completion,
                                             project                           and oversight
                                             oversight/management,             of the Norfolk
                          FY2010 ARRA        legal fees, and engineering       Light Rail
 $9,958,319    $9,958,319 STP-Norfolk LRT services.                            Transit project More than 50% Completed
                                             This grant will allow the         This award will
                                             purchase of 50 vans and 1         be used to
                                             bus to replace an aging           invest in public
                          50 Vans, 1         fleet. This grant will also       transportation
                          trolleybus, 1 bus, provide a new trolley bus to      and support the
                          eng/design of      add service in an area that       capital needs of
                          admin building,    had none. In addition, this       Virginia's rural
                          and repavement of investment will allow one of       transit systems.
                          parking lot, and   our grantees to expand their      The following
 $5,627,132    $3,771,617 operating costs    administrative spaces and         replacement      More than 50% Completed




                                               Arlington County has
                                               received 3 CNG buses that
                           Arlington County    have been placed into
                           CNG Bus             service in the Arlington
 $1,320,000             $0 Purchase            Transit network.                           Completed
                                                                        The purpose
                                                                        and rational of
                                                                        the
                                                                        infrastructure
                                                                        Investment for
                                                                        the Mount Lake
                                           Contract issued for          Terrace project
                          09 ARRA STP      remaining construction       is to invest in
                          Construct MtLake activities and work has      transportation,
  $399,992       $399,992 Terr P&R         begun.                       environmental More than 50% Completed
                                           During the reporting period To invest in
                                           July 1 to September 30,      transportation,
                                           2011, Daimler Buses North environmental
                                           America completed delivery protection, and
                                           of all 68 of 68 ARRA-funded other
                                           buses. The approximately infrastructure
                                           two (2) low-floor hybrid-    that will provide
                                           electric diesel buses funded long-term
                          Transit Capital  under ARRA FTA grant         economic
 $1,047,041    $1,047,041 Assistance       award WA-66-X002 were        benefits.         Completed
                                            As of the quarter ending          Purpose: To
                                            September 30, 2011, this          invest in
                                            grant has funded the              transportation,
                                            following work: -Installation     environmental
                                            of DDC controls and               protection, and
                                            occupancy sensors at all          other
                          09 ARRA GAS       agency facilities -Installation   infrastructure
                          Facility          of lighting upgrades at the       that will provide
                          Improvement       Administration,                   long-term
 $1,446,765    $1,446,765 Project           Maintenance, and Fisher's         econcomic         More than 50% Completed
                                            This quarter the Tribal
                                            Transit Program worked to
                                            purchase a seventh van.
                                            The bid process was
                                            completed and the lowest
                                            bid was choosen and               Funds have
                                            submitted to Tribal Council       been used to
                                            for approval There has been       purchase
                          09 ARRA TTP       a request submitted to            several vanpool
  $214,838       $214,838 Vanpool Vans (6) paint/advertisemnt on each         vans.                More than 50% Completed
                          Construct         Funds have been drawn and         These projects
                          University Link   work complete for all             invest in
                          light rail,       elements under this grant,        transportation,
                          Mountlake Terrace but the Tukwila Commuter          environmental
                          Freeway Station   Station. There is $2.3m in        protection and
                          and M-Lakewood federal funds that remain to         other
                          Track and Signal be drawn down for the              infrastructure
                          projects. Design  construction of the Tukwila       that provides
                          and construct     Commuter Rail Station.            long-term
$20,753,328   $20,753,328 Tukwila           Construction is not expected      benefits. This       More than 50% Completed
                                            During the reporting period       To invest in
                                            July 1 to September 30,           transportation,
                                            2011, Daimler Buses North         environmental
                                            America completed delivery        protection, and
                                            of all 68 of 68 A