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FY2012 Approved Budget

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									Approved Budget
2011—2012




                  Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon
                                                                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS


                                                                                                    Page
Overview                                                                                                                                                                                        Page
   Board of Directors .................................................................................. 1    Debt Service
   Citizens Advisory Committee/Budget.................................................... 1                      Summary of General Fund Debt Service ............................................. 43
   TriMet Officials ..................................................................................... 1      Summary of General Fund Debt Service Principal and Interest .......... 44
   Budget Message ..................................................................................... 2
                                                                                                              OPEB & Pension UAAL ............................................................................ 45
Financial Summary
    General Fund Resource Summary ........................................................ 13                 Office of the General Manager Division
    General Fund Requirement Summary .................................................. 14                        Division Summary ............................................................................... 47
    Capital Program Resource Summary ................................................... 16                       Office of the General Manager ............................................................ 48
    Capital Program Requirement Summary ............................................. 17                          Media Relations ................................................................................... 51
    Light Rail Program Resource Summary .............................................. 18                         Government Affairs ............................................................................. 54
    Light Rail Program Requirement Summary ......................................... 21                           Diversity and Transit Equity ................................................................ 57
    General Obligation Bond Debt Service Fund ....................................... 22                          Internal Audit ....................................................................................... 60
    Summary of Fund History .................................................................... 23
    Pass through Revenues and Requirements ........................................... 25                     Communications & Technology Division
                                                                                                                 Division Summary ............................................................................... 65
Resources (General Fund)                                                                                         Administration ..................................................................................... 66
    General Fund Resources....................................................................... 27             Operating Projects ............................................................................... 69
    General Fund Resource Summary ........................................................ 28                    Organization Development .................................................................. 70
    General Fund Resource Summary by Source ....................................... 29                           Information Technology ...................................................................... 73
    TriMet Continuing Revenues and Calculation of Payroll Tax                                                    Marketing............................................................................................. 77
         Debt Service Ratio ........................................................................ 30          Customer Service ................................................................................. 81
    Federal Grant (Non-State/Local) Summary ......................................... 31
    State/Local (Non-Federal) General Fund Grant Summary ................... 32                               Finance & Administration Division
                                                                                                                  Division Summary ............................................................................... 85
Requirements (General Fund)                                                                                       Administration ..................................................................................... 86
   General Fund Requirements ................................................................. 33                 Financial Services ............................................................................... 89
   General Fund Requirement Summary .................................................. 34                         Financial Analysis & Grants Administration ....................................... 92
   General Fund Requirements by Object Class ....................................... 36                           Risk Management ................................................................................ 95
   General Fund Personal Services Schedule ........................................... 37                         Procurement & Contracts..................................................................... 98
   General Fund Materials & Services Schedule ...................................... 38                           Fare Revenue ..................................................................................... 101
   Summary of General Fund Employees ................................................ 39
   Summary of Fixed Route and Accessible Transportation Service ....... 41                                    General Counsel/Human Resources Division
   Summary of Fixed Route and Accessible Transportation Vehicles ..... 42                                        Division Summary ............................................................................. 107
                                                                                                                 Administration ................................................................................... 108
                                                                                                                 Legal Services.................................................................................... 111
                                                                                                                 Human Resource Services ................................................................. 114
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Operations Division                                                                                              Debt Service Fund
   Division Summary ............................................................................. 119               General Obligation Bond Debt Service Fund .................................... 237
   Administration & Support .................................................................. 120                  Schedule of Future General Obligation Bond Debt Service Fund ..... 238
   Operating Projects .............................................................................. 125
   Safety & Security ............................................................................... 127         Appendices
   Bus Transportation ............................................................................. 134             Notice of Budget Committee Hearing ............................................... 239
   Scheduling .......................................................................................... 140        LB-1 Notice of Budget Hearing ......................................................... 240
   Field Operations ................................................................................. 143           LB-2 Funds Not Requiring a Property Tax To Be Levied ................ 241
   Transportation Planning ..................................................................... 148                LB-3 Funds Requiring a Property Tax To Be Levied ........................ 242
   Accessible Transportation Programs-LIFT ........................................ 151                             LB-50 Notice of Property Tax Levy .................................................. 243
   Accessible Transportation Programs-MTP ........................................ 155                              Resolution Approving FY11-12 Budget ............................................ 244
   Bus Maintenance ................................................................................ 159
   Facilities Management ....................................................................... 163
   Rail Transportation............................................................................. 169
   Rail Maintenance of Way................................................................... 172
   Rail Equipment Maintenance ............................................................. 176
   Commuter Rail ................................................................................... 179
   Streetcar ............................................................................................. 183

Capital Projects Division
    Division Summary ............................................................................. 189
    Administration ................................................................................... 190
    Operating Projects .............................................................................. 193
    Bus Stop Development ....................................................................... 195
    Facilities Management ....................................................................... 198
    Capital Projects .................................................................................. 204

Capital Program
    Capital Program Resource Summary ................................................. 209
    Capital Program Requirement Summary ........................................... 210
    Capital Program Detail ....................................................................... 211

Light Rail Program
    Light Rail Program Resource Summary ............................................ 215
    Light Rail Program Requirement Summary ....................................... 218
    Light Rail Program Requirements (Detailed By Project) ................... 219
    Division Summary ............................................................................. 221
    Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project .............................. 222
    South Corridor Project ....................................................................... 225
    Milwaukie Light Rail Project ............................................................. 229
    Columbia River Crossing Project ....................................................... 234
BOARD OF DIRECTORS                        CITIZENS ADVISORY COMMITTEE/BUDGET         TRIMET OFFICIALS

Rick Van Beveren, President               Cynthia Chilton                            Neil McFarlane, General Manager
(District #1)                             SHIBA Volunteer Medicare Counselor         Beth deHamel, Budget Officer

Tiffany Sweitzer, Vice President          Luann Pelton                               Mailing Address:
(District #2)                             Integra Telecom
                                                                                            TriMet
Steve Clark                               Paul Schlesinger                                  4012 SE 17th Avenue
(District #3)                             Schlesinger Companies                             Portland, Oregon 97202

Consuelo Saragoza                         Sarah Dammen
(District #4)                             ECONorthwest

Dr. T. Allen Bethel                       Peter Lizotte
(District #5)                             ACME Business Consulting LLC

Lynn Lehrbach, Secretary
(District #6)

Hakeem Olanrewaju
(District #7)


Mailing Address:                          Mailing Address:

        Board of Directors                       Office of the Executive Director
        Office of the General Manager            Finance & Administration Division
        4012 SE 17th Avenue                      4012 SE 17th Avenue
        Portland, Oregon 97202                   Portland, Oregon 97202

Staff to the Board:                       Staff to the Committee:
         Kelly Runnion                             Petra Churchill
         Telephone 503-962-4831                    Telephone 503-962-4813
         Facsimile 503-962-6451                    Facsimile 503-962-6463
         Email      runnionk@trimet.org            Email      churchip@trimet.org




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                                                BUDGET MESSAGE - FISCAL YEAR 2011-12

Overview

The TriMet Approved Budget for FY12 outlines a resource and                      To manage the challenges ahead, the Approved FY12 Budget
expenditure plan for the period beginning July 1, 2011 and ending                incorporates the following initiatives:
June 30, 2012.
                                                                                      Funding safety initiatives recommended by the TriMet
The FY12 Approved Budget includes resources and expenditures of                        Safety & Service Excellence Task Force. Safety is valued
$1,004.438 million, including                                                          for its own sake. It is also a smart investment with high
                                                                                       returns.
$433.916 million for operations and debt service                                      Restoring a small amount of bus and MAX service to reduce
$296.910 million for rail construction                                                 overcrowding and maintain schedule reliability.
$ 73.284 million for General Fund capital programs                                    Restart annual bus replacement to provide better customer
$ 41.890 million for rail project interim financing                                    service and control maintenance costs.
$ 37.167 million for pass-through programs                                            Review management positions and re-focus to better support
$121.271 million in cash reserves and contingency                                      safety and customer service
                                                                                      Bring labor costs in line with a sustainable financial future.
TriMet’s budget process begins with a ten year financial forecast of                  Sign Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail Project Full Funding
revenues and expenditures released in December. The forecast is                        Grant Agreement with the federal government.
the basis for budget decisions and long-term decision making. The
financial forecast presents revenue and expenditure assumptions in               A critically important assumption upon which TriMet’s financial
detail both for transparency and to help coordinate decisions. After             forecast and the FY12 Approved Budget are based is that TriMet
reviewing the forecast results, the General Manager decides which                enters into a Working and Wage Agreement (WWA) with the
revenue and expenditure measures TriMet will pursue and the level                Amalgamated Transit Union, probably through the binding
of capital and operating expense in the upcoming budget year. The                arbitration process, and that the wages and benefits are consistent
forecast is updated throughout the budget process and after budget               with those contained in TriMet’s July 2010 Final Offer, which was
adoption. Results are communicated to leadership and measures to                 submitted to the Employee Relations Board and released to the
reduce expenditures are taken if needed.                                         public summer 2010.
The FY12 Budget reflects TriMet’s spending priorities, as well as the            It is imperative that wage growth and benefits for active and retired
realities of a constrained fiscal environment. It also incorporates a            union employees are in closer alignment with other public sector
“corrective action plan” requested by TriMet Board policy when                   employees in Oregon, as that is essential to maintaining fiscal
diesel fuel prices rise quickly, as they have done recently. In                  stability without additional service cuts. The continuation of current
addition, the General Manager is initiating a near-term review of the            benefits levels and wage provisions found in the expired WWA will
TriMet administrative organization, with the aim of streamlining to              result in the need to cut service 10% in FY12, followed by additional
focus on safety and excellent customer service and communication.



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service cuts year after year. TriMet’s operating revenues1 simply do                                     10% service cuts on Blue, Red and Yellow line MAX
not keep pace with wage and benefit growth of the past. Between                                          Originally planned service on MAX Green line was cut
2003 and 2009, the period of the last labor contract, payroll, pension                                      by 33%
and medical benefit expenses for active union employees increased                                      Capital expenditures were reduced to minimum necessary
36%, while underlying growth2 of payroll taxes was 29%. The                                            Growth rate of LIFT/ADA paratransit service has been
number of union employees in that period increased just 1%.                                             reduced with in-person assessments and RideWise fixed
Between FY00 and FY10, active and retiree medical benefits                                              route travel training
increased from 12% of underlying payroll tax revenues to 28%. If                                       Management staff has been reduced 13%
these trends continue, active and retiree medical expense as a percent                                 Wage freeze for non-union employees has been in place
of payroll tax revenues will be 62% of underlying payroll taxes by                                      FY09-FY11
FY20, undermining the financial stability of the District.
                                                                                                       Management benefits for active and retired employees were
                                                                                                        changed to reduce costs
TriMet has taken many actions last ten years to bring revenues and
expenditures in balance before looking to the labor contract:
                                                                                                 These last ten years encompass two deep regional recessions, during
    TriMet obtained new revenues for new service                                                which underlying growth of payroll taxes was just 2.7% per year,
        Revenues from the increase in the payroll tax rate from                                 about half the long term historical average. Continuing expenditures
           .6218% to .7218% between 2005 and 2014, plus fare                                     exceeded continuing revenues in eight out of the last eleven years
           revenue from new service pays for the operating cost of                               despite TriMet’s efforts to reduce spending and increase revenues to
           WES, Green line MAX, additional LIFT service and                                      maintain fiscal stability.
           Streetcar extensions. It also pays for TriMet’s share of
           the capital costs of WES and Green line. These new                                    Over the next five years, even assuming management’s offer is
           revenues will also pay for TriMet’s share of Portland to                              implemented, TriMet will continue to need to adjust trend spending
           Milwaukie light rail operations and debt service.                                     down and increase revenues to maintain fiscal stability.
    Fares were increased 35% more than inflation, over the last
       10 years.                                                                                 Other factors also will impact the FY12 budget. For example, diesel
    Service was reduced September 2009, December 2009, June                                     fuel prices have increased 27%, from $2.55/gallon in December to
       2010 and September 2010                                                                   $3.25/gallon in March. The cost of diesel fuel is now forecast to be
        13% of bus service hours eliminated                                                     $2.5 million over budget in FY11 and is projected to be $3 million
                                                                                                 over the December forecast for FY12. The FY12 budget plan as
1
  TriMet collects 48% more operating revenue per capita ($258) than the average of               approved constitutes the “corrective action plan” required by TriMet
this group of peer agencies: TriMet, Denver, Orange County, Sacramento, Salt Lake                Board policy. In other developments, Congress may decrease FY11
City, San Diego, Oakland, San Jose and Seattle. Only Seattle (King County)                       transit formula assistance, reducing revenues compared to the
collects more operating revenue per capita ($284) than TriMet. Note that TriMet
provides 61% more service per capita compared to its peer group, more than any of                December 2010 forecast about $1 million. The General Manager’s
its peers. Service compared is revenue miles adjusted for rail capacity. Data is from            expenditure and revenue recommendations for the FY12 Approved
the 2009 National Transit Database.                                                              Budget incorporate these and other new developments.
2
  Underlying growth excludes revenues from increases in the payroll tax rate, which
are dedicated to new service and capital investments

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Revenues                                                                                 fares are increased $.05. Youth and Honored Citizen cash fares are
                                                                                         not increased. Adult pass fares are increased $4.00 and Youth pass
Revenues in the FY12 budget reflect an emerging economic recovery                        prices are increased $1. TriMet traditionally has increased adult pass
characterized by slow job growth. Employment is not expected to                          fares $2.00. The increase to $4.00 will generate an additional $1
return to pre-recession levels until 2014 or later.                                      million to help offset the cost of needed bus service improvements.
                                                                                         In FY12, MAX ridership is projected to increase 3.5%, and bus
Approximately 56% of TriMet’s continuing operating revenues3                             ridership is projected to increase 2.6%.
come from the employer payroll tax, the self-employment tax and the
state-in-lieu payroll tax. In FY11, underlying employer payroll and                      The FY12 Approved Budget also incorporates the General
self-employment tax revenues are forecast to increase 2.8%, slightly                     Manager’s recommendation to increase the Americans with
lower than the 3% budgeted. Consistent with other state and local                        Disabilities Act (ADA) complementary paratransit (LIFT) fare from
forecasts, TriMet is projecting year over year regional wage growth                      $1.85 to $3.00 over the next three years and to eliminate discounted
will be 4% in FY12, 5% in FY13 and 4.7% in FY14. By                                      LIFT paratransit pass fares. The FY12 Budget assumes the LIFT
comparison, the Oregon Executive Department, in its March 2011                           fare will increase to $2.25 per LIFT trip. Both Lane Transit District
forecast, is estimating Oregon wage growth to be 4.8% FY12, 5.0%                         in Eugene and Salem Cherriots offer a $3.00 one way paratransit
FY13 and 4.8% FY14. Tri-County wages and employment trends                               fare, with no pass discount. The Americans with Disabilities Act
historically are similar to statewide trends, except that the tri-county                 permits transit agencies to charge fares for complementary
area has exhibited somewhat deeper wage and employment losses                            paratransit service that are double the fixed route cash fare, or $4.10
during and higher gains after, the last two recessions. The length and                   for a two zone trip and $4.70 for an All Zone trip in the case of
depth of recessions are difficult to predict. If payroll tax revenues do                 TriMet today. The proposed $3.00 one way fare will pay for about
not materialize as projected, TriMet will need to make expenditure                       10% of the operating cost per LIFT ride in three years.
reductions.
                                                                                         The proposed LIFT fare increase helps offset the additional costs of
At approximately 25% of continuing operating revenues, passenger                         diesel fuel for LIFT and helps maintain fixed route and LIFT service.
fare revenue is TriMet’s second largest source of operating funds.                       Most elderly and people with disabilities use TriMet’s fixed route
Passenger revenue has been growing at a faster rate than payroll tax                     service. Fixed route buses and MAX provide 10 million trips
revenue. Between FY00 and FY10, passenger revenues grew at an                            annually for the elderly and people with disabilities, compared to 1
average annual rate of 7.2% while underlying employer payroll tax                        million trips annually on LIFT door-to-door paratransit service.
revenues grew at an average annual rate of 2.7%.
                                                                                         With the proposed fare changes, FY12 passenger revenue is forecast
To keep revenues and expenditures in balance the FY12 Approved                           to be $103.7 million; a 5.9% increase over FY11 estimated passenger
Budget incorporates a fare increase September 2011. Adult cash                           revenues.

3
                                                                                         Federal and State operating grants account for about 14% of
 This figure is calculated by excluding one-time revenues such as American
Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) revenues, intergovernmental fund
                                                                                         continuing operating revenues (excludes ARRA and other one-time
exchange revenues and Medical Transportation pass-through revenues from total            revenues). We are assuming that Congress will decrease Section
operating revenues.

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5307 Urbanized Area formula funds 8% and 5309 Fixed Guideway                                      ARRA. The re-programmed funds are included in FY11’s
Modernization Funds 10% from FY10 in FY11. TriMet’s FY11                                          estimated federal operating grants.
5307 Urbanized Area formula funds are expected to be flat however,
due to the addition of WES commuter rail operating statistics in the                             Shown on its own line are $6.15 million of MTIP bond
distribution formula. In FY12 TriMet’s Section 5307 Urbanized                                     proceeds issued to fulfill certain provisions of the Revised
Area formula funds are projected to be unchanged from FY11.                                       and Restated Intergovernmental Agreement to Provide
Section 5309 Rail Modernization funds are projected to be down 8%                                 Regional Flexible Funds for the Milwaukie Light Rail
in FY11 and flat in FY12.                                                                         Project, Commuter Rail, Portland-Lake Oswego Transit and
                                                                                                  Southwest Corridor Projects. The $6.15 million of MTIP
Also included in the FY12 budgeted operating grants are:                                          bond proceeds will pay for Southwest Corridor Project
                                                                                                  planning ($6 million) plus a small amount for Lake Oswego
        $13 million of MTIP funds4 to pay annual debt service for                                Transit planning. Metro is the lead agency on the Southwest
         the regional rail program, including Portland Mall I-205                                 Corridor Project. TriMet is the lead on the next phase of
         construction, WES construction, Portland-Milwaukie Light                                 Lake Oswego Transit, should it progress. TriMet will issue
         Rail and other transit related projects.                                                 the bonds and expects to release $6 million of the proceeds
                                                                                                  to Metro soon after the bonds are issued, creating an
        $4.68 million of federal funds provided by Metro to TriMet                               operating expense in FY12. The operating budget includes a
         to administer a fund exchange for Metro’s Transit Oriented                               like amount of expense that offsets the revenue.
         Development Program ($2.88 million) and to repay Lake
         Oswego for its $1.8 million loan to Lake Oswego Streetcar                               State operating grants are dedicated to elderly and disabled
         project planning. These transactions have no adverse impact                              transportation programs. The decline in this source from
         on the TriMet General Fund.                                                              FY12 is due to the fact that an additional $2.2 million in one-
                                                                                                  time funds was distributed to TriMet in FY10 and FY11 (as
        American Reinvestment and Recovery Act (ARRA) re-                                        well as to other providers of elderly and disabled
         programmed funds.        The ARRA program has been                                       transportation throughout the state) by the 2009 State
         completed. TriMet projects came $5.3 million under budget.                               legislature. FY12’s $620,000 represents expected revenues
         $4.3 million of the savings were reallocated to one-time                                 from the on-going Special Transportation Fund (STF)
         initiatives in the FY11 budget and $1 million of the savings                             program.
         will be invested in FY12 capital projects, as allowed by
                                                                                          Expenditures

                                                                                          The FY12 Approved continuing operating requirements budget, after
4
  MTIP is the Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program. Administered by            adjusting for programs like the Medicaid brokerage, fund exchanges,
Metro, the program distributes federal highway Surface Transportation Program
                                                                                          and other expenditures that are offset with a like amount of revenues,
(STP) and Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) formula funds to
regional transportation projects. Metro has committed to a stream CMAQ and STP            is increasing approximately 1.8% percent from the FY11 Budget and
funds through FY27 to pay debt service on bonds issued for the regional rail              2.7% from FY11 estimated operating requirements. This rate
program and other transit related projects.

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includes additional costs of building leases, utilities and diesel fuel,            additional fare inspectors eventually, if their efficacy is demonstrated
electricity for propulsion, and security, all of which increase at rates            by fare evasion study data.
greater than inflation. As discussed above, the expenditure growth
rate also incorporates the wage and benefit costs of Management’s                   Two additional light rail vehicle apprentices are added to the
offer to the ATU, and benefits inflation for non-union employees.                   budget to address the increased overhaul requirements of the Type 1
                                                                                    and Type 2 light rail fleets. This investment will help insure a forty
Major changes to expenditures and new programs in the FY12                          year replacement cycle of the light rail fleet as well as maintain daily
Approved Budget are:                                                                service reliability. Four more apprentices are forecast to be needed
                                                                                    over the next two years for the same reasons.
Diesel fuel. The world price of fuel has increased dramatically due
to wide spread regime instability in the Middle East. The price today               Health benefits costs for retirees (Other Post Employment Benefits
for untaxed diesel is $3.25 per gallon, with six month futures near                 or OPEB) are budgeted to be $20.1 million in the FY12 budget, an
$3.15 per gallon. At this time, we are budgeting for a FY12 price of                increase of $3 million over FY11 estimated costs. The FY12
$3.25 per gallon diesel and $4.00 per gallon for bio-diesel (TriMet                 expense reflects a projected 19 additional non-union retirees and an
uses blended fuel with 5% biodiesel, pursuant to City of Portland                   additional 120 union retirees in FY12. Costs also assume the
biodiesel requirements).       This will increase annual costs                      management’s labor offer is implemented.
approximately $3 million over the previous forecast.
                                                                                    The FY12 Approved Budget reflects pay as you go funding of OPEB
Safety investments. $1.2 million of continuing expense is added to                  costs for retirees, and an initial deposit to an OPEB trust to begin
the FY12 Approved Budget to provide annual recertification training                 funding future retiree OPEB benefits. The FY12 Approved Budget
for all bus and rail operators and transportation supervisors. This                 sets aside the value of the retiree medical benefit earned each year
was a key recommendation from the TriMet Safety & Service                           for new union employees hired to replace retired union employees or
Excellence Task Force.                                                              who are hired to operate additional service beginning in FY12. New
                                                                                    non-union employees will not receive a retiree medical benefit when
Service adjustments.       The FY12 budget addresses needed                         they retire.
improvements to bus schedule reliability and to reduce bus over-
loads with about $1.0 million in additional bus service (about a 1%                 TriMet’s retiree medical benefit began in the 1970’s. At that time
increase). In addition, small adjustments to low performing service                 the union defined benefit (“DB”) pension plan provided a
are budgeted, reducing costs about $.3 million.                                     replacement ratio of 25% of a bus operator’s salary at retirement. In
                                                                                    1993, the union DB pension was improved for active and retired
Security and fare inspection. The FY12 Approved budget includes                     employees to today’s 45%-50% replacement ratio, but the retiree
additional contracted Transit Security Officers to provide security                 medical benefit remained the same. In the meantime, retiree-medical
presence late-nights in Washington Park, to support Rose Quarter                    disbursements have increased at an average annual rate of 18.3% per
and Timbers Soccer events and Saturday Market safety protection for                 year, from $2.5 million in FY99 to $15.9 million in FY10.
Skidmore Fountain MAX platforms when Saturday market is open.
The FY12 Approved Budget also provides for the deployment of 6


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TriMet’s retiree medical benefits are not affordable. TriMet fully                  $550,000 is included in the FY12 budget for eastside Streetcar
recognizes that implementation of the measures below, needed to                     (Loop) startup expenses. 50% of these startup costs will be
bring retiree-medical costs in line with a sustainable financial future,            covered by the City of Portland.
directly involve negotiations with the ATU and, if no agreement can
be reached, will require seeking implementation of necessary                        The Streetcar Loop extension is scheduled to open in FY13, so is not
changes through the use of binding interest arbitration. The steps we               reflected in the 2012 budget. TriMet will participate in the operating
need to take include the following:                                                 costs of the extension of the Streetcar to OMSI and has committed
                                                                                    $1.23 million in FY13 to fund a share of the operating cost.
    1. Reduce the cost for benefits for both current and future                     TriMet’s funding participation, which was a commitment made
       retirees.                                                                    before the recession, is the amount the service would cost if operated
    2. Stem the future growth of the liability by funding the                       with buses at policy and demand driven headways. TriMet is
       benefits earned each year (the normal cost) in a trust for new               funding its share of the operating cost of Streetcar to OMSI with
       union employees who replace retirees or who are hired as                     revenues from the increase in the payroll tax rate from .6218% to
       TriMet adds service.                                                         .7218%.

The costs of this solution have been included in TriMet’s financial                 Capital and Operating Project Budgets
forecast and the FY12 Approved Budget. The proposed new retiree
medical benefit is highly competitive and exceeds those that are                    The FY12 Approved Budget emphasizes the need to continually
provided by other employers, public or private, in Oregon.                          invest in the maintenance and replacement of capital assets.

The FY12 Approved Budget reflects flat expenditure growth for                       Major capital and operating project replacement expenditures
LIFT complementary paratransit. Ridership demand is expected                        include:
to be down in FY12 and FY13.
                                                                                    $22.6 million for 51 40-foot fixed route new buses to replace buses
Debt service for payroll tax bonds as well as MTIP bonds is                         purchased in 1991. Funding sources are: $13.3 million of MTIP
budgeted at $31 million in FY12. Debt service will increase in FY12                 bond proceeds, FTA grant of $6.0 million and TriMet General Funds
as TriMet begins to make interest and principal payments on                         $3.27 million.
approximately $141 million of new MTIP bonds, but the increased
cost is offset by a like amount of MTIP revenue provided to                         81 LIFT vehicles will be replaced, approximately 30% of the fleet.
TriMet’s by Metro for debt service payments. Additionally, TriMet                   64 of the 81 vehicles were purchased in 2001 and 17 were purchased
anticipates borrowing on its line of credit to fund FY12 bus                        in 2006. The replacement cost is $7.2 million. It is funded with $6.5
replacement, farebox replacement and communications system                          million of state elderly and disabled discretionary grant funds.
replacement. The line of credit borrowing will be replaced with long                TriMet will provide $700,000 of required match funds from TriMet
term payroll tax backed bonds sold in FY13.                                         General Funds.




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Light rail track and structures is fully funded at $415,500 in                     of vehicle radios, most of which are will be 25 years old at
FY12. This expense includes maintenance, replacement, repair,                      replacement.
inspection of embedded and ballasted light rail track. It also includes
track switch maintenance, rail expansion joint replacement, rail                   Major capital and operating project improvements include:
lubricator replacement and expansion joint installation. Costs vary
from year to year based on projected repairs, with costs averaging                 $2.5 million for four forty-foot hybrid buses, funded with a $2.0
$800,000 a year. Track is maintained based on standards established                million Federal Transit Administration grant.
by the industry. Expenses maintain the safety of the operation and
the maintain track infrastructure in continuous good condition.                    $170,000 for drywell upgrades. This multi-year DEQ mandated
                                                                                   project will retrofit drywells, which discharge water from paved
Light rail infrastructure has a long life if properly maintained. Rail             areas to groundwater, to standard. Total costs will be $2.5 million.
Vehicle Maintenance and Maintenance of Way staff forecast annual
operating and capital maintenance requirements as the system ages                  The FTA awarded TriMet $4.2 million to install and test new
and expands. These values have been incorporated in the financial                  technology on-board light rail vehicle energy storage units. That
forecast through 2035.                                                             project is budgeted in FY12. The FTA grant will allow TriMet to
                                                                                   install 20 energy storage units on light rail vehicles, capturing much
TriMet’s 25 year old bus farebox fleet will be replaced over the                   of the energy generated by the trains’ braking systems and storing
next three years. Total cost of the project is $12 million, with                   that energy for immediate and future use. This method uses 70
$850,000 budgeted in FY12. The new fareboxes will be configured                    percent of the energy produced.
to be compatible with electronic fare collection, which TriMet hopes
to implement in the next ten years.                                                Lake Oswego Streetcar Draft Environmental Statement.
                                                                                   $727,000 of expenses related to Lake Oswego Streetcar Project
120 Type 3 Ticket Vending Machines originally purchased under                      planning is budgeted in FY12. These expenses will be funded by
Westside MAX and Interstate MAX will be refurbished in FY12.                       three sources (City of Portland, City of Lake Oswego and MTIP
Bill acceptors will be replaced, mechanical printers will be replaced              bond proceeds).
with lower maintenance thermal printers and the operating system
will be updated. This $3 million project will extend the useful life of            Rail Construction Program
the TVMs for 10 more years when it is expected that all of our
current TVMs will be replaced by simpler, smaller TVMs as part of                  Portland-Milwaukie Light Rail. TriMet expects to enter into a Full
implementing electronic fare collection system.                                    Funding Grant Agreement (FFGA) with the Federal Transit
                                                                                   Administration June 2012 or earlier. The project will cost a total of
The replacement of the bus and rail communications system                          $1.49 billion, with 50% of the cost provided by the Federal New
(CAD/AVL project) continues. Total project cost $40 million, and                   Starts program. The project is expected to open September 2015.
the FY12 Budget includes expenditures of $26 million paid from                     Operating costs are projected to be $6.3 million a year in 2010
bond proceeds. The majority of the project’s cost is the replacement               dollars. Duplicative bus service into Portland will be eliminated at
                                                                                   opening, saving $2.0 million a year in 2010 dollars. New passenger


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revenue generated by ridership is projected to cover 50% of                        Quality grant funds from ODOT, and $8.8 million of other ODOT
operating costs. (Estimated new passenger revenue does not count                   grant funds.
fares from former bus riders who switch to the Portland-Milwaukie
service.) Cost per ride net of fares in 2010 dollars is projected to be            TriMet has secured commitments for the entire local match from its
nearly as low as Blue line MAX, TriMet’s most productive light rail                funding partners, including Metro, the Cities of Portland and
line. TriMet is funding the cost of operation after fares with                     Milwaukie, Clackamas County, and ODOT. TriMet’s share is
revenues from the increase in the payroll tax rate from .6218% to                  funded through the increase in the payroll tax rate from .6218% to
.7218%.                                                                            .7218%.

The funding plan for the project is:                                               TriMet is carrying its $60 million contribution to the project in its
                                                                                   financial plans. TriMet plans to issue payroll tax backed revenue
PMLR Funding Sources                                                               bonds in FY13 and FY15 to provide its contribution to the project.
Section 5309 New Starts Funds                               $745.20
                                                                                   The finance plan calls for the contribution to the project of several
Oregon State Lottery Bonds                                  $250.00
                                                                                   parcels of land in the South Waterfront. A portion of the Willamette
Metro MTIP-Garvees                                           $99.80                Shore right-of-way, which is owned by a consortium of
TriMet                                                       $60.00                governments, will be used for the Portland-Milwaukie LRT
City of Portland*                                            $55.00                alignment and will be granted to the project. In the South Waterfront
In-Kind Property Contributions (non-cash                     $50.30                area, portions of the alignment are on land owned by OHSU and
reduces local match)                                                               Zidell Realty that will also be contributed; OHSU will contribute
Clackamas County                                             $25.00                other land during the construction period that otherwise would have
Oregon Transportation Funds                                  $13.50                to be leased for construction staging. In the aggregate these in-kind
ODOT CMAQ Grant                                              $10.00                contributions are anticipated to be valued at $50.3 million.
City of Milwaukie                                             $5.00                Columbia River Crossing. TriMet continues to participate in the
Metro Grant                                                   $0.30                Columbia River Crossing (CRC) Project, which has been in
Local Funds for Net Finance Costs for Local                 $176.30                preliminary engineering since December 2009. The FY12 budget
Match (non-cash contribution, reduces local                                        includes expenditures of $.821 million for TriMet staff dedicated to
match)                                                                             the project. These expenses are paid for by the State of Washington
Total Funding (in millions)                                $1,490.40               and the State of Oregon, who are jointly funding the project. The
*Includes property donations                                                       CRC Project address I-5 highway and bridge safety, capacity,
                                                                                   connectivity, freight mobility, interstate travel and commerce with
                                                                                   highway, bridge and transit improvements, including the extension
Funding for Portland-Milwaukie Project construction costs in FY12
                                                                                   of MAX to downtown Vancouver.
is provided by State Lottery Bond proceeds, $99.9 million of MTIP
bond proceeds, $10 million of Congestion Mitigation and Air


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Pass-through Projects                                                       FY12 Ending Fund Balance and Conclusions

Pass-through projects appear in TriMet’s budget as both a revenue           The FY12 Approved Budget adheres to the following principles of
and an expense, in equal amounts. TriMet’s FY12 Approved Budget             good budgeting and financial planning:
includes several Federal Transit Administration projects owned by
the City of Portland. These projects are the Streetcar Loop, under                  Revenues and expenditures are in balance.
construction now and Portland’s Innovation Quadrant Project on SW                   One-time-only revenues are used to support one-time-only
Moody Street. For both projects, TriMet is the grantee for the                       expenditures. Continuing revenues are used to support
Federal Transit Administration funds, passing the federal                            continuing expenditures or one-time expenditures.5
construction funds through to the City of Portland, which will
manage the construction and own the improvements.                           As budget decisions are made, they are incorporated into the forecast
                                                                            and the results are reviewed by the General Manager so that the
The Streetcar Loop project extends the Streetcar line across the            budget also incorporates a long term perspective. The forecast is
Broadway Bridge, along Martin Luther King Boulevard to the                  continually updated as economic results, including payroll tax
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. The total federal share of           growth and the cost of diesel fuel, are known. The most recent
the $152 million project is $75 million, with remaining shares              inputs indicate that TriMet must reduce the growth of future
provided by a Local Improvement District, the Portland                      expenditures in order to keep revenues and expenditures in balance
Development Commission, the State of Oregon and the City of                 over the next few years.
Portland. TriMet is not participating in the capital costs of the
Streetcar Loop, but does apply for funds on behalf of the City of           TriMet’s FY12 ending fund balance provides very little cushion if
Portland and passes the funds through to the City for construction          revenues are lower than forecast or expenditures are higher than
expenses.                                                                   forecast. The ending fund balance fluctuates throughout the year as
                                                                            revenues are received in unequal monthly amounts. The lowest
The Innovation Quadrant Project reconstructs SW Moody Avenue in             months are usually January, March and April before federal formula
the South Waterfront area. The project will elevate the roadway by          grant assistance is received. A higher unrestricted fund balance is
14 feet to cap contaminated soils. It will include three traffic lanes,     needed prior to the receipt of federal funds in order to meet monthly
dual streetcar tracks and pedestrian and bicycle facilities.
                                                                            5
Other pass-through capital projects in the FY12 Approved Budget               When continuing revenues fall short of continuing expenditures continuing
include: Federal Transit Administration funds for the Hillsboro             expenditures are reduced. Repeatedly using one-time revenues to offset a continuing
                                                                            revenue-expenditure imbalance leads to fiscal instability. One-time revenues
Intermodal Transit Facility, funds for the Portland Streetcar               include cash reserves, federal capital grants and other revenues that cannot be
Prototype, and funds from the State of Oregon for elderly and               counted on in the future. Continuing revenues primarily include payroll tax,
disabled transportation.                                                    passenger revenues and federal formula assistance. Continuing expenditures are the
                                                                            expenses needed to operate the agency and provide service. One-time expenditures
                                                                            include expenditures such as capital plant additions (not capital replacement, which
                                                                            is a continuing expenditure), startup costs, one-time maintenance campaigns, or
                                                                            early debt retirement.


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cash flow requirements during the year without short-term
borrowing.

As the region comes out of the recession, TriMet needs to improve
its financial position in the following areas:

      Cash reserves must be restored and maintained, requiring
       tight control of expenditures over many years.
      TriMet will make every effort to return to a consistent
       capital replacement program--specifically buses. Capital
       replacement is a cost of service.
      Over time, TriMet will need to increase annual pension fund
       contributions in order to achieve 75% or higher funding of
       the defined benefit pension plans. TriMet must increase
       annual contributions to the retiree-medical trust in order to
       fund already-incurred but unfunded retiree medical benefit
       liabilities.
      Continue to negotiate with the ATU ways to reduce the
       growth in active and retiree medical insurance costs and
       flexible and responsive work rules.




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GENERAL FUND RESOURCE SUMMARY

Line                                                                             Actual               Actual               Budget             Estimate              Budget          % Change % Change % of Total
No.                            Revenue Category                                  08/09                09/10                10/11               10/11                11/12            Budget Estimated Resources

1.       Beginning Fund Balance-Restricted and Unrestricted*               $    341,452,910      $ 188,255,518        $ 195,316,790       $ 202,623,972       $    163,430,790        -16.33%       -19.34%     16.27%

         Operating Revenue
2.           Passenger                                                     $     90,016,772      $    93,729,019      $    95,432,977     $   97,964,370      $    103,756,887           8.72%         5.91%   10.33%
3.           Advertising                                                          4,542,833            4,839,508            5,042,425          5,041,850             5,513,750           9.35%         9.36%    0.55%
4.           Accessible Transportation Contract                                   3,870,738            3,138,234            3,241,849          3,400,000             3,495,200           7.82%         2.80%    0.35%
5.           Service Contracts                                                   22,275,365           18,646,765           23,174,261         23,207,261            22,314,654          -3.71%        -3.85%    2.22%

6.       Total Operating Revenue                                           $    120,705,708      $ 120,353,526        $ 126,891,512       $ 129,613,481       $    135,080,491           6.45%        4.22%    13.45%

         Tax Revenue
7.            Employer Payroll**                                           $    198,864,145      $ 194,241,445        $ 203,933,000       $ 203,558,837       $    214,916,497          5.39%         5.58%     21.40%
8.            Self-Employed**                                                     7,742,633         10,164,596           10,764,000          10,812,504             11,245,004          4.47%         4.00%      1.12%
9.            State "In Lieu"**                                                   2,482,251          2,676,196            2,530,000           2,801,772              2,927,852         15.73%         4.50%      0.29%

10.      Total Tax Revenue                                                 $    209,089,029      $ 207,082,237        $ 217,227,000       $ 217,173,113       $    229,089,353           5.46%        5.49%    22.81%

         Other Revenue
11.           Federal Operating Grants                                     $     61,495,272      $    83,140,893      $    71,684,209     $   69,847,996      $     66,694,206         -6.96%        -4.52%     6.64%
12.           State Operating Grants                                              2,194,612            2,927,115            1,593,273          1,600,231               620,000        -61.09%       -61.26%     0.06%
13.           Interest                                                            1,674,579              702,302              450,000            670,000               670,000         48.89%         0.00%     0.07%
14.           MTIP Bond Proceeds                                                                                                                                     6,149,854        100.00%       100.00%     0.61%
15.           Miscellaneous                                                        2,081,382           9,247,727            4,217,951           5,290,618            4,907,589         16.35%        -7.24%     0.49%

16.      Total Other Revenue                                               $     67,445,845      $    96,018,037      $    77,945,433     $   77,408,845      $     79,041,649           1.41%        2.11%     7.87%

         Total Operating Resources
17.           (Excluding Beginning Fund Balance)                           $    397,240,582      $ 423,453,800        $ 422,063,945       $ 424,195,439       $    443,211,492           5.01%        4.48%    44.13%

18.            Capital Program Resources                                   $     23,768,018      $    39,484,690      $    31,674,143     $   31,613,386      $     66,822,210        110.97% 111.37%           6.65%
19.            Light Rail Program Resources                                      43,188,384           55,402,894          108,756,061         51,965,366           293,806,423        170.15% 465.39%          29.25%
20.            Other Non-Operating Resources                                      4,199,096           30,379,280          108,938,176         53,260,711            37,167,421        -65.88% -30.22%           3.70%
21.            Resources to Retire Interim Financing                             78,497,470           72,770,000                                                                     -100.00% -100.00%          0.00%

22.      Total Resources                                                   $    888,346,460      $ 809,746,182        $ 866,749,115       $ 763,658,874       $ 1,004,438,336          15.89%        31.53%    100.00%

       * Restricted funds include funds set aside to pay debt service and resources specifically designated for capital projects. Unrestricted funds provide cash for operations as needed for cash flow.
      ** Budgeted payroll tax revenues are an estimate of fiscal year cash receipts.



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GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENT SUMMARY
Line                                                        Actual            Actual             Budget           Estimate          Budget       % Change   % Change % of Total
No.                     Division/Department                 08/09             09/10              10/11             10/11            11/12         Budget    Estimated Requirements

       Office of the General Manager Division
1.         Office of the General Manager                $      794,434    $      867,704    $       957,729   $       957,729   $    1,021,312      6.64%       6.64%       0.10%
2.         Media Relations                                     298,097           317,833            314,395           314,395          320,138      1.83%       1.83%       0.03%
3.         Government Affairs                                  620,877           657,073            706,282           706,282          718,927      1.79%       1.79%       0.07%
4.         Diversity and Transit Equity                        219,007           237,703            224,471           224,471          222,393     -0.93%      -0.93%       0.02%
5.         Internal Audit                                      218,668           228,250            233,268           233,268          236,442      1.36%       1.36%       0.02%
6.         Total Office of the General Manager          $     2,151,083   $     2,308,563   $     2,436,145   $     2,436,145   $    2,519,212      3.41%      3.41%        0.25%
       Communications & Technology Division
7.        Administration                                $       496,375   $       487,581   $       492,321   $       490,171   $      509,967      3.58%       4.04%       0.05%
8.        Operating Projects                                    458,718           506,980           560,109           407,310          420,795    -24.87%       3.31%       0.04%
9.        Organization Development                              403,889           348,434           401,704           397,904          409,677      1.98%       2.96%       0.04%
10.       Information Technology                              7,464,075         6,875,675         6,625,102         6,501,601        6,788,747      2.47%       4.42%       0.68%
11.       Marketing                                           4,891,061         4,338,648         4,317,523         4,317,523        4,261,720     -1.29%      -1.29%       0.42%
12.       Customer Service                                    2,907,937         3,018,714         2,896,916         2,896,916        2,938,720      1.44%       1.44%       0.29%
13.        Total Communications & Technology            $    16,622,055   $    15,576,032   $    15,293,676   $    15,011,425   $   15,329,626      0.24%      2.12%        1.53%
       Finance & Administration Division
14.        Administration                               $     2,365,334   $     1,324,403   $     1,224,440   $     1,221,503   $    1,268,643      3.61%      3.86%        0.13%
15.        Financial Services                                 1,605,416         2,845,755         2,965,246         3,257,246        3,723,456     25.57%     14.31%        0.37%
16.        Financial Analysis & Grants Administration         2,339,947         2,371,554         2,369,962         2,305,596        2,441,496      3.02%      5.89%        0.24%
17.        Risk Management                                      541,504           533,414           496,912           498,921          507,538      2.14%      1.73%        0.05%
18.        Procurement & Contracts                            1,002,408         1,084,598         1,051,902         1,052,902        1,023,598     -2.69%     -2.78%        0.10%
19.      * Fare Revenue                                       3,897,757                                                                             0.00%      0.00%        0.00%
20.        Total Finance & Administration               $    11,752,366   $     8,159,724   $     8,108,461   $     8,336,167   $    8,964,731     10.56%      7.54%        0.89%
       General Counsel/Human Resources Division
21.        Administration                               $       863,031   $       814,394   $       820,113   $       815,773   $      833,176      1.59%       2.13%       0.08%
22.        Legal Services                                     1,700,537         1,657,497         1,615,959         1,615,959        1,641,561      1.58%       1.58%       0.16%
23.     ** Human Resource Services                           14,738,606        16,356,171         1,441,739         1,188,330        1,148,093    -20.37%      -3.39%       0.11%
24.        Total General Counsel/Human Resources        $    17,302,174   $    18,828,062   $     3,877,811   $     3,620,062   $    3,622,830     -6.58%      0.08%        0.36%
       Operations Division
25.    *** Administration & Support                     $     1,534,485   $     1,647,047   $     4,660,672   $     4,678,500   $    5,083,561      9.07%       8.66%       0.51%
26.        Operating Projects                                 5,843,730         5,184,544         5,581,025         4,404,703        5,455,048     -2.26%      23.85%       0.54%
27.    *** Safety & Security                                 14,609,453        13,856,880        10,595,278        10,438,174       11,260,072      6.27%       7.87%       1.12%
28.        Bus Transportation                               109,945,537       114,981,742        97,097,132        95,009,187       97,105,372      0.01%       2.21%       9.67%
29.        Scheduling                                         1,499,486         1,602,917         1,239,306         1,238,106        1,072,672    -13.45%     -13.36%       0.11%
30.      * Field Operations                                  12,188,067        14,044,321        11,800,754        11,483,833       11,718,563     -0.70%       2.04%       1.17%
31.        Transportation Planning                            1,770,900         1,440,636         1,436,922         1,328,235        1,465,876      2.02%      10.36%       0.15%
32.        Accessible Transportation Programs-LIFT           31,168,331        30,817,890        30,308,806        31,050,183       30,217,872     -0.30%      -2.68%       3.01%
33.        Accessible Transportation Programs-MTP            15,270,088        15,253,933        16,605,371        16,605,371       16,730,147      0.75%       0.75%       1.67%

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GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENT SUMMARY
Line                                                                      Actual               Actual               Budget               Estimate              Budget          % Change       % Change % of Total
No.                         Division/Department                           08/09                09/10                10/11                 10/11                11/12            Budget        Estimated Requirements

34.         Bus Maintenance                                         $     61,286,360     $      58,480,687     $     47,542,635     $     51,662,332      $     52,073,946          9.53%          0.80%           5.18%
35.       * Facilities Management                                                               16,372,425           15,101,118           15,536,708            14,148,595         -6.31%         -8.93%           1.41%
36.         Rail Transportation                                           16,069,244            17,533,377           15,843,498           15,376,359            16,081,657          1.50%          4.59%           1.60%
37.         Rail Maintenance of Way                                       12,100,766            15,893,890           14,134,763           14,154,993            15,055,609          6.51%          6.36%           1.50%
38.         Rail Equipment Maintenance                                    17,010,834            18,329,553           18,415,524           18,053,716            18,628,189          1.15%          3.18%           1.85%
39.         Commuter Rail                                                  3,073,153             6,125,184            5,757,214            5,907,335             6,219,912          8.04%          5.29%           0.62%
40.         Streetcar                                                      6,520,137             6,593,314            6,027,108            6,027,108             6,054,339          0.45%          0.45%           0.60%
41.          Total Operations                                       $    309,890,571     $    338,158,340      $    302,147,128     $    302,954,845      $   308,371,432           2.06%          1.79%         30.70%
        Capital Projects Division
42.         Administration                                          $        552,529     $         467,987     $        403,524     $         403,524     $        405,947          0.60%         0.60%            0.04%
43.     *** Operating Projects                                             2,891,640            11,072,756            4,142,025             4,735,272            1,573,506        -62.01%       -66.77%            0.16%
44.     *** Bus Stop Development                                             546,737               314,698            2,455,312             1,152,937            1,056,690        -56.96%        -8.35%            0.11%
45.       * Facilities Management                                         15,141,939                                                                                                0.00%         0.00%            0.00%
46.     *** Capital Projects                                               4,638,016             6,504,278            3,900,642             4,846,891           14,421,965        269.73%       197.55%            1.44%
47.          Total Capital Projects                                 $     23,770,861     $      18,359,717     $     10,901,503     $     11,138,622      $     17,458,108         60.14%        56.73%            1.74%

48.     OPEB & Pension UAAL**                                                                                  $     47,047,706     $     43,069,665      $     46,517,034         -1.13%          8.00%           4.63%

49.     Debt Service****                                            $       8,546,379    $      22,833,425     $     27,541,603     $     27,291,603      $     31,132,528         13.04%        14.07%            3.10%

50.     Total Operating Requirements                                $    390,035,489     $    424,223,863      $    417,354,033     $    413,858,535      $   433,915,501           3.97%          4.85%         43.20%

51.     Capital Programs                                   $              25,635,401     $      20,099,902     $     35,359,137     $     34,878,270      $    73,284,441         107.26%       110.11%           7.30%
52.     Light Rail Programs                                              194,427,022            55,402,894          114,056,061           54,502,144          296,909,565         160.32%       444.77%          29.56%
53.     Pass Through Requirements                                          4,199,096            30,379,280          108,938,176           53,260,711           37,167,421         -65.88%       -30.22%           3.70%
54.     Project Interim Financing                                         85,793,929            77,016,271           43,728,425           43,728,425           41,890,000          -4.20%        -4.20%           4.17%
55.     Contingency                                                                                                  10,600,000                                10,000,000          -5.66%         0.00%           1.00%
56.     Ending Fund Balance Restricted & Unrestricted*****               188,255,524          202,623,972           136,713,283          163,430,790          111,271,409         -18.61%       -31.92%          11.08%

57.     Total Requirements                                          $    888,346,460     $    809,746,182      $    866,749,115     $    763,658,874      $ 1,004,438,336          15.89%        31.53%         100.00%

    *   In FY09-10, Fare Revenue transferred from Finance & Administration Division to Field Operations in Operations Division and Facilities Management transferred from Capital Projects Division to Operations Division.
   **   Prior to FY10-11 OPEB (retiree medical) was in the General Counsel/Human Resources Division. Prior to FY10-11 payments to fund the DB pension unfunded liability were incorporated in departmental costs.
  ***   In FY11-12, Safety & Security reflects organizational structure from FY06, FY07 and FY08. Non-Safety & Security positions in Safety & Security Department transferred to Administration & Support Department.
  ***   In FY11-12, Bus Stop Development Department costs transferred from Capital Projects and Operating Projects Departments.
 ****   Includes all debt service payments, except light rail construction interim finance debt, which is on line 54.
*****   Ending Fund Balance FY11 includes $40 million of New Starts funds to retire interim finance serial bonds May 2012.




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EXTERNAL CAPITAL PROGRAM RESOURCES

Line                                                                       Actual               Actual                Budget           Estimate          Budget
No.                                                                        08/09                09/10                 10/11             10/11            11/12


1.     State, local government & private contributions               $        270,165     $      1,982,353        $    4,586,459   $     4,586,459   $       50,000

2.     Federal Transit Administration grants                                5,392,990           11,376,899            14,457,684        14,396,927       20,335,959

3.     Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing*                                          19,384,788            12,630,000        12,630,000       46,436,251

4.     Operating resources required for Capital Program                    18,104,863            6,740,650             3,684,994         3,264,884        6,462,231

5.     Total external capital program resources                      $     23,768,018     $     39,484,690        $   35,359,137   $    34,878,270   $   73,284,441

     * FY10 includes $13 million of proceeds from the 2009 Series bonds to repay TriMet for the FY09 bus order.




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CAPITAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Line                                              Actual           Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget        % of Total
No.                                               08/09            09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12        Requirements

1.     Communications & Technology Division   $    1,597,103   $    3,969,764   $   13,607,223        13,607,223   $   30,993,775          42.29%

2.     Finance & Administration Division           1,267,166                           315,000           115,000          200,000           0.27%

3.     Operations Division                        20,204,159        3,034,911        8,518,230         8,518,230       35,795,799          48.85%

4.     Capital Projects Division                   2,566,973       13,095,227       12,918,684        12,637,817        6,294,867           8.59%

5.     Total capital project requirements     $   25,635,401   $   20,099,902   $   35,359,137   $    34,878,270   $   73,284,441         100.00%




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EXTERNAL LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM RESOURCES

Line                                                                                       Actual               Actual                 Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                                                        08/09                09/10                  10/11              10/11             11/12

1.       Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing                               $             -      $             -         $            -    $              -   $    99,900,000

2.       Contributed ROW                                                                                                                        -                   -                -

3.       State, local government & private contributions                              $      8,940,012     $     23,399,589        $   108,756,061   $    43,064,780        185,106,423

4.       Federal Transit Administration grants                                              34,248,372            1,091,602                     -         10,000,000          8,800,000

5.       Interim Financing*                                                                         -            30,911,703                     -         (1,099,414)                -
6.       Total Project Resources                                                      $     43,188,384     $     55,402,894        $   108,756,061   $    51,965,366    $   293,806,423

       * TriMet reimbursed with State Lottery bond revenue in FY11 for $1,099,414 of FY10 Milwaukie Light Rail Project expenses.




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WILSONVILLE TO BEAVERTON COMMUTER RAIL PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions   $    7,809,624   $      141,137

2.     Interim Financing                                                         804,632

3.     Total Project Resources                           $    7,809,624   $      945,769

SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing

2.     State, local government & private contributions   $    1,130,388

3.     Federal Transit Administration grants                 34,248,372   $    1,091,602

4.     Interim Financing                                                      29,007,493

5.     Total Project Resources                           $   35,378,760   $   30,099,095

MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions                    $   23,258,452   $   107,934,695   $    42,243,414    $   184,498,134

2.     Contributed ROW

3.     Revenue Bond Proceeds                                                                                                         99,900,000
4.     Federal Transit Administration Grants                                                                      10,000,000          8,800,000

5.     Interim Financing                                                       1,099,414                          (1,099,414)

6.     Total Project Resources                                            $   24,357,866   $   107,934,695   $    51,144,000    $   293,198,134




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COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                     Actual        Actual             Budget           Estimate          Budget
No.                                                      08/09         09/10              10/11             10/11            11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions                                $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290

2.     Interim Financing                                           $            164

3.     Total Project Resources                                     $            164   $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290




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LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Line                                                        Actual            Actual             Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                         08/09             09/10              10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project   $    25,604,703   $      945,769     $            -    $              -                -

2.     South Corridor Project                               163,605,783       30,099,095     $     5,300,000   $     2,536,778    $     3,116,733

3.     Milwaukie Light Rail Project                           5,216,536       24,357,866         107,934,695        51,144,000        293,184,542

4.     Columbia River Crossing Project                                                 164          821,366            821,366           608,290

5.     Total light rail program requirements            $   194,427,022   $   55,402,894     $   114,056,061   $    54,502,144    $   296,909,565




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G. O. BOND DEBT SERVICE FUND

Line                                                                       Actual              Actual            Budget           Estimate           Budget
No.                                                                        08/09               09/10             10/11             10/11             11/12

       Resources

1.          Beginning Fund Balance                                  $       10,454,000   $       9,354,000   $    9,577,745   $      9,433,000   $   13,002,989

2.          Previously Levied Taxes - Estimated to be Received                186,000             368,000           100,000           100,000           100,000

3.          Earnings from Temporary Investments                                 93,000              23,000           20,000            20,000            20,000

4.          Total Resources Except for Taxes                        $       10,733,000   $       9,745,000   $    9,697,745   $      9,553,000   $   13,122,989

5.          Taxes Necessary to Balance                                       8,722,000           9,765,000       10,196,977        10,196,977         7,005,940

6.          Total Resources                                         $       19,455,000   $      19,510,000   $   19,894,722   $    19,749,977    $   20,128,929


       Requirements

       General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Light Rail Extension)
            1999 Series A

7.          Redemption of Principal                                 $        8,015,000   $       8,420,000   $    8,845,000   $      8,845,000   $    9,315,000

8.          Interest Expense                                                 2,086,000           1,657,000        1,233,733          1,233,733          757,459

9.          Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance                               9,354,000           9,433,000        9,815,989        13,002,989        10,056,470

10.         Total Requirements                                      $       19,455,000   $      19,510,000   $   19,894,722   $    23,081,722    $   20,128,929


       Last property tax assessment for Westside bonds is November 2011.




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SUMMARY OF FUND HISTORY

    Actual            Actual            Budget                                      General Fund                          Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09             09/10             10/11                                                                               11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                      I.    Operating Program
                                                            A. Resources
$   341,452,910   $   188,255,518   $   195,316,790              Beginning Fund Balance-Restricted and Unrestricted   $   163,430,790   $   163,430,790
     90,016,772        93,729,019        95,432,977              Passenger Revenue                                        103,756,887       103,756,887
     30,688,936        26,624,507        31,458,535              Other Operating Revenue                                   31,323,604        31,323,604
    209,089,029       207,082,237       217,227,000              Tax Revenue                                              229,089,353       229,089,353
     67,445,845        96,018,037        77,945,433              Other Revenue                                             79,041,649        79,041,649
      4,199,096        30,379,280       108,938,176              Other Non-Operating Resources                             37,167,421        37,167,421
     78,497,470        72,770,000               -                Resource to Retire Project Interim Financing                     -                 -               -
$   821,390,058   $   714,858,598   $   726,318,911              Total Operating Program Resources                    $   643,809,703   $   643,809,703

                                                            B.   Requirements
$   231,473,823   $   239,941,486   $   260,126,227              Personal Services                                    $   261,158,551   $   261,158,551
    150,015,290       161,448,953       129,686,203              Materials & Services                                     141,624,420       141,624,420
      8,546,379        22,833,425        27,541,603              Debt Service                                              31,132,528        31,132,528
      4,199,096        30,379,280       108,938,176              Pass Through Requirements                                 37,167,421        37,167,421
     85,793,929        77,016,271        43,728,425              Project Interim Financing                                 41,890,000        41,890,000
                                         10,600,000              Contingency                                               10,000,000        10,000,000
    188,255,524       202,623,972       136,713,283              Ending Fund Balance-Restricted and Unrestricted          111,271,409       111,271,409
$   668,284,041   $   734,243,387   $   717,333,917              Total Operating Program Requirements                 $   634,244,329   $   634,244,329

                                                      II.   Capital Program
                                                            A. Resources
$       270,165   $     1,982,353   $     4,586,459              State, Local Government & Private Contributions      $        50,000   $        50,000
      5,392,990        11,376,899        14,457,684              Federal Transit Administration Grants                     20,335,959        20,335,959
            -          19,384,788        12,630,000              Revenue Bond Proceeds                                     46,436,251        46,436,251
     18,104,863         6,740,650                                General Fund Contribution *
$    23,768,018   $    39,484,690   $    31,674,143              Total Capital Program Resources                      $    66,822,210   $    66,822,210

                                                            B.   Requirements
$    25,635,401   $    20,099,902   $    35,359,137              Projects                                             $    73,284,441   $    73,284,441
$    25,635,401   $    20,099,902   $    35,359,137              Total Capital Program Requirements                   $    73,284,441   $    73,284,441




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SUMMARY OF FUND HISTORY

     Actual              Actual             Budget                                       General Fund                       Proposed          Approved          Adopted
     08/09               09/10              10/11                                                                             11/12            11/12             11/12

                                                          III.   Light Rail Program
                                                                 A. Resources
$             -    $              -    $             -                TriMet Revenue Bond Proceeds                      $    99,900,000   $    99,900,000   $             -
                                                                      Contributed ROW                                               -                 -
$     8,940,012    $     23,399,589    $    108,756,061               State, Local Government & Private Contributions       185,106,423       185,106,423
     34,248,372           1,091,602                 -                 Federal Transit Administration Grants                   8,800,000         8,800,000                 -
            -            30,911,703                 -                 Interim Financing                                             -                 -                   -
$    43,188,384    $     55,402,894    $    108,756,061               Total Light Rail Program Resources                $   293,806,423   $   293,806,423

                                                                 B.   Requirements
$    25,604,703    $        945,769    $            -                 Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project    $           -     $           -     $             -
    163,605,783          30,099,095    $      5,300,000               South Corridor Project                            $     3,116,733   $     3,116,733
      5,216,536          24,357,866         107,934,695               Milwaukie Light Rail                                  293,184,542       293,184,542
                                164             821,366               Columbia River Crossing                                   608,290           608,290
$   194,427,022    $     55,402,894    $    114,056,061               Total Light Rail Program Requirements             $   296,909,565   $   296,909,565

$   888,346,460    $    809,746,182    $    866,749,115          Total General Fund Resources                           $ 1,004,438,336   $ 1,004,438,336
$   888,346,460    $    809,746,182    $    866,749,115          Total General Fund Requirements                        $ 1,004,438,336   $ 1,004,438,336


                                                                                  G. O. Bond Debt Service Fund

                                                          I.     G. O. Bond Debt Service Fund
                                                                 A. Resources
$    10,454,000    $      9,354,000    $      9,577,745               Beginning Fund Balance                            $    13,002,989   $    13,002,989
        186,000             368,000             100,000               Previously Levied Taxes                                   100,000           100,000
         93,000              23,000              20,000               Earnings from Investments                                  20,000            20,000
      8,722,000           9,765,000          10,196,977               Taxes Necessary to Balance                              7,005,940         7,005,940
$    19,455,000    $     19,510,000    $     19,894,722               Total G. O. Bond Debt Service Fund Resources      $    20,128,929   $    20,128,929

                                                                 B.   Requirements
$     8,015,000    $      8,420,000    $      8,845,000               Redemption of Principal                           $     9,315,000   $     9,315,000
      2,086,000           1,657,000           1,233,733               Interest Expense                                          757,459           757,459
      9,354,000           9,433,000           9,815,989               Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance                     10,056,470        10,056,470
$    19,455,000    $     19,510,000    $     19,894,722               Total G. O. Bond Debt Service Fund Requirements   $    20,128,929   $    20,128,929

* General fund contribution to capital that is not included in ending fund balance.

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PASS THROUGH REVENUES AND REQUIREMENTS

Line                                                                    Actual            Actual           Budget            Estimate          Budget       % Change % of Total
No.                                                                     08/09             09/10            10/11              10/11            11/12         Budget Resources

1.     Elderly and Disabled Special Transportation Fund Formula     $    1,799,140   $     1,924,339   $     1,926,339   $     2,070,052   $    2,100,000      9.02%      5.65%

       Discretionary E and D
2.           NE RideAbout                                                  207,463           300,523           300,000           300,000          305,000      1.67%      0.82%
3.           Title XIX                                                     158,263           509,093           280,000           150,000          150,000    -46.43%      0.40%
4.           Ride Connection Vehicles                                                                          506,000           706,889                    -100.00%      0.00%
5.     Elderly and Disabled Special Transportation Operating                44,483           632,093         1,861,182         1,264,181                    -100.00%      0.00%
6.     Hillsboro Intermodal Facility                                                                         1,852,500                          1,852,500      0.00%      4.98%
       Portland Streetcar
7.           Streetcar 5312 Prototype Grant                              1,788,449           355,466         3,161,335         2,687,135          474,200    -85.00%      1.28%
8.           Streetcar 5312 Vehicle Domestic Manufacture Grant                                                 490,000           490,000                    -100.00%      0.00%
9.           Streetcar CMAQ PE & Design Grant                              201,298         1,252,851                                                           0.00%      0.00%
10.          Streetcar 5309 Small Starts Grant                                            25,404,917        75,000,000        36,446,605       15,120,750    -79.84%     40.68%
11.          Streetcar ARRA STP Capital Grant                                                                  356,832           356,832                    -100.00%      0.00%
12.    TIGER Grant for SW Moody Street & Streetcar Reconstruction                                           23,203,988         8,789,017       17,164,971    -26.03%     46.18%

13.    Total pass through revenues and requirements                 $    4,199,096   $    30,379,280   $   108,938,176   $    53,260,711   $   37,167,421    -65.88%   100.00%




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                                        GENERAL FUND RESOURCES
                                              Budget 11/12
                      Other Sources $36,231,193
                               (4.31%)

Paryoll Taxes $229,089,353                                                                                        Light Rail Program
          (27.24%)                                                                                              $293,806,423 (34.94%)




MTIP Bond Proceeds
$6,149,854 (0.73%)                                                                                                Capital Program
                                                                                                                $66,822,210 (7.95%)
              Federal Grants
            $66,694,206 (7.93%)                  Passenger Revenue       Other Non-Operating            State Grants
                                                $103,756,887 (12.34%)    $37,167,421 (4.42%)
                                 Interest                                                             $620,000 (0.07%)
                             $670,000 (0.08%)
                                                    Total Resources = $841,007,547*
                                         *Resources exclude Beginning Fund Balance of $163,430,790.




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GENERAL FUND RESOURCE SUMMARY

Line                                                                             Actual               Actual               Budget             Estimate              Budget          % Change % Change % of Total
No.                            Revenue Category                                  08/09                09/10                10/11               10/11                11/12            Budget Estimated Resources

1.       Beginning Fund Balance-Restricted and Unrestricted*               $    341,452,910      $ 188,255,518        $ 195,316,790       $ 202,623,972       $    163,430,790        -16.33%       -19.34%     16.27%

         Operating Revenue
2.           Passenger                                                     $     90,016,772      $    93,729,019      $    95,432,977     $   97,964,370      $    103,756,887           8.72%         5.91%   10.33%
3.           Advertising                                                          4,542,833            4,839,508            5,042,425          5,041,850             5,513,750           9.35%         9.36%    0.55%
4.           Accessible Transportation Contract                                   3,870,738            3,138,234            3,241,849          3,400,000             3,495,200           7.82%         2.80%    0.35%
5.           Service Contracts                                                   22,275,365           18,646,765           23,174,261         23,207,261            22,314,654          -3.71%        -3.85%    2.22%

6.       Total Operating Revenue                                           $    120,705,708      $ 120,353,526        $ 126,891,512       $ 129,613,481       $    135,080,491           6.45%        4.22%    13.45%

         Tax Revenue
7.            Employer Payroll**                                           $    198,864,145      $ 194,241,445        $ 203,933,000       $ 203,558,837       $    214,916,497          5.39%         5.58%     21.40%
8.            Self-Employed**                                                     7,742,633         10,164,596           10,764,000          10,812,504             11,245,004          4.47%         4.00%      1.12%
9.            State "In Lieu"**                                                   2,482,251          2,676,196            2,530,000           2,801,772              2,927,852         15.73%         4.50%      0.29%

10.      Total Tax Revenue                                                 $    209,089,029      $ 207,082,237        $ 217,227,000       $ 217,173,113       $    229,089,353           5.46%        5.49%    22.81%

         Other Revenue
11.           Federal Operating Grants                                     $     61,495,272      $    83,140,893      $    71,684,209     $   69,847,996      $     66,694,206         -6.96%        -4.52%     6.64%
12.           State Operating Grants                                              2,194,612            2,927,115            1,593,273          1,600,231               620,000        -61.09%       -61.26%     0.06%
13.           Interest                                                            1,674,579              702,302              450,000            670,000               670,000         48.89%         0.00%     0.07%
14.           MTIP Bond Proceeds                                                                                                                                     6,149,854        100.00%       100.00%     0.61%
15.           Miscellaneous                                                        2,081,382           9,247,727            4,217,951           5,290,618            4,907,589         16.35%        -7.24%     0.49%

16.      Total Other Revenue                                               $     67,445,845      $    96,018,037      $    77,945,433     $   77,408,845      $     79,041,649           1.41%        2.11%     7.87%

         Total Operating Resources
17.           (Excluding Beginning Fund Balance)                           $    397,240,582      $ 423,453,800        $ 422,063,945       $ 424,195,439       $    443,211,492           5.01%        4.48%    44.13%

18.            Capital Program Resources                                   $     23,768,018      $    39,484,690      $    31,674,143     $   31,613,386      $     66,822,210        110.97% 111.37%           6.65%
19.            Light Rail Program Resources                                      43,188,384           55,402,894          108,756,061         51,965,366           293,806,423        170.15% 465.39%          29.25%
20.            Other Non-Operating Resources                                      4,199,096           30,379,280          108,938,176         53,260,711            37,167,421        -65.88% -30.22%           3.70%
21.            Resources to Retire Interim Financing                             78,497,470           72,770,000                                                                     -100.00% -100.00%          0.00%

22.      Total Resources                                                   $    888,346,460      $ 809,746,182        $ 866,749,115       $ 763,658,874       $ 1,004,438,336          15.89%        31.53%    100.00%

       * Restricted funds include funds set aside to pay debt service and resources specifically designated for capital projects. Unrestricted funds provide cash for operations as needed for cash flow.
      ** Budgeted payroll tax revenues are an estimate of fiscal year cash receipts.



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GENERAL FUND RESOURCE SUMMARY BY SOURCE

Line                                                                               Actual               Actual               Budget             Estimate               Budget           % Change % Change % of Total
No.                            Revenue Category                                    08/09                09/10                10/11               10/11                 11/12             Budget  Estimated Resources

1.       Beginning Fund Balance-Restricted and Unrestricted*                $     341,452,910      $ 188,255,518        $ 195,316,790       $ 202,623,972        $    163,430,790         -16.33%       -19.34%      16.27%
         Operating Revenue
2.           Passenger                                                      $      90,016,772      $    93,729,019      $    95,432,977     $    97,964,370      $    103,756,887            8.72%           5.91%   10.33%
3.           Advertising                                                            4,542,833            4,839,508            5,042,425           5,041,850             5,513,750            9.35%           9.36%    0.55%
4.           Accessible Transportation Contract                                     3,870,738            3,138,234            3,241,849           3,400,000             3,495,200            7.82%           2.80%    0.35%
5.           Service Contracts                                                     22,275,365           18,646,765           23,174,261          23,207,261            22,314,654           -3.71%          -3.85%    2.22%
6.       Total Operating Revenue                                            $     120,705,708      $ 120,353,526        $ 126,891,512       $ 129,613,481        $    135,080,491           6.45%           4.22%    13.45%
         Non-Operating Resources
7.           Interest                                                       $        1,674,579     $       702,302      $       450,000     $        670,000     $         670,000         48.89%            0.00%    0.07%
8.           Miscellaneous                                                           2,081,382           9,247,727            4,217,951            5,290,618             4,907,589         16.35%           -7.24%    0.49%
9.       Total Non-Operating Resources                                      $        3,755,961     $     9,950,029      $     4,667,951     $      5,960,618     $       5,577,589         19.49%           -6.43%    0.56%
         Tax Revenue
10.           Employer Payroll**                                            $     198,864,145      $ 194,241,445        $ 203,933,000       $ 203,558,837        $    214,916,497           5.39%           5.58%    21.40%
11.           Self-Employed**                                                       7,742,633         10,164,596           10,764,000          10,812,504              11,245,004           4.47%           4.00%     1.12%
12.           State "In-Lieu"**                                                     2,482,251          2,676,196            2,530,000           2,801,772               2,927,852          15.73%           4.50%     0.29%
13.      Total Tax Revenue                                                  $     209,089,029      $ 207,082,237        $ 217,227,000       $ 217,173,113        $    229,089,353           5.46%           5.49%    22.81%

         Grants
14.           Federal Operating Grants                                      $      61,495,272      $    83,140,893      $    71,684,209     $    69,847,996      $      66,694,206         -6.96%        -4.52%       6.64%
15.           State Operating Grants                                                2,194,612            2,927,115            1,593,273           1,600,231                620,000        -61.09%       -61.26%       0.06%
16.           Capital Grants                                                       39,641,362           12,468,501           14,457,684          24,396,927             29,135,959        101.53%        19.42%       2.90%

17.      Total Grants                                                       $     103,331,246      $    98,536,509      $    87,735,166     $    95,845,154      $      96,450,165          9.93%           0.63%     9.60%

         Other Capital
18.           Capital Assistance                                            $      27,315,040      $    32,122,592      $ 113,342,520       $    47,651,239      $    185,156,423          63.36%       288.57%      18.43%

19.      Total Other Capital                                                $      27,315,040      $    32,122,592      $ 113,342,520       $    47,651,239      $    185,156,423          63.36%       288.57%      18.43%

         Other Resources
20.           Bond Proceeds                                                 $             -        $    50,296,491      $    12,630,000     $    11,530,586      $    152,486,105       1107.33% 1222.45%            15.18%
21.           Other Non-Operating Resources                                 $       4,199,096           30,379,280          108,938,176          53,260,711            37,167,421        -65.88%  -30.22%             3.70%
22.           Resources to Retire Interim Financing                                78,497,470           72,770,000                  -                   -                     -          100.00% 100.00%              0.00%

23.      Total Other Resources                                              $      82,696,566      $ 153,445,771        $ 121,568,176       $    64,791,297      $    189,653,526          56.01%       192.71%      18.88%

24.      Total Resources                                                    $     888,346,460      $ 809,746,182        $ 866,749,114       $ 763,658,874        $ 1,004,438,336           15.89%           31.53%   100.00%

       * Restricted funds include funds set aside to pay debt service and resources specifically designated for capital projects. Unrestricted funds provide cash for operations as needed for cash flow.
      ** Budgeted payroll tax revenues are an estimate of fiscal year cash receipts.



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TRIMET CONTINUING REVENUES AND CALCULATION OF PAYROLL TAX DEBT SERVICE RATIO

Line                                                                                     Actual             Actual             Budget             Estimate              Budget
No.                                Revenue Category                                      08/09              09/10              10/11               10/11                11/12

1.      Operating Revenue
2.          Passenger                                                               $   90,016,772     $    93,729,019     $   95,432,977     $   97,964,370        $ 103,756,887
3.          Advertising                                                                  4,542,833           4,839,508          5,042,425          5,041,850            5,513,750
4.          Accessible Transportation Contract (see note 1)                              3,870,738           3,138,234          3,241,849          3,400,000            3,495,200
5.          Service Contracts (see note 2)                                               6,626,731           7,165,747          5,810,810          5,843,810            4,861,507
6.      Total Operating Revenue                                                     $ 105,057,074      $ 108,872,508       $ 109,528,061      $ 112,250,030         $ 117,627,344
7.      Tax Revenue
8.           Employer Payroll                                                       $ 198,864,145      $ 194,241,445       $ 203,933,000      $ 203,558,837         $ 214,916,497
9.           Self-Employed                                                              7,742,633         10,164,596          10,764,000         10,812,504            11,245,004
10.          State "In Lieu"                                                            2,482,251          2,676,196           2,530,000          2,801,772             2,927,852
11.     Total Tax Revenue                                                           $ 209,089,029      $ 207,082,237       $ 217,227,000      $ 217,173,113         $ 229,089,353
12.     Other Revenue
13.          Federal Operating Grants (see note 3)                                  $   43,944,566     $    42,539,230     $   42,539,230     $   41,890,618        $   41,890,618
14.          State Operating Grants (see note 4)                                         2,194,612           2,927,115          1,593,273          1,600,231               620,000
15.          Interest                                                                    1,674,579             702,302            450,000            670,000               670,000
16.          Miscellaneous                                                               2,081,382           9,247,727          4,217,951          5,290,618             4,907,589
17.     Total Other Revenue                                                         $   49,895,139     $    55,416,374     $   48,800,454     $   49,451,467        $   48,088,207

18.     Net Continuing Resources*                                                   $ 364,041,242      $ 371,371,119       $ 375,555,515      $ 378,874,610         $ 394,804,904

19.     Debt Service on Senior Lien Bonds (see note 5)                              $   13,318,553     $    14,323,189     $   17,020,778     $   16,770,778        $   16,917,165

20.     Senior Lien Debt Service as a Percent of Net Continuing Revenues                       3.66%              3.86%              4.53%              4.43%                4.28%
      * Net Continuing Revenues exclude :
        -    Revenues received from the State of Oregon which are legally required to be used for the Medical Transportation program
        -    Surface Transportation Program/Congestion, Mitigation & Air Quality grant funds pledged to TriMet by Metro to support grant receipt bonds
        -    Other state and federal grant revenues legally required to be used for an intended purpose (New Freedom, Jobs Access, RideWise, RTO, fund exchanges)
        -
        Notes:
        1.   Revenue offsets rides already provided by LIFT
        2.   Streetcar personnel revenue and Wilsonville and Washington County revenues
        3.   5307 formula and 5309 Rail Modernization
        4.   STF formula
        5.   Excludes GARVEES and 2006 interim finance debt




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FEDERAL GRANT (NON-STATE/LOCAL) SUMMARY

                                                                                                                             % of             Budget
                                         Type of Funding                                       Purpose                  Federal Funding       11/12

Operating Grants
  Urbanized Area Formula                                                 Preventive Maintenance                                80.00% $       31,955,278
  Fixed Guideway Modernization                                           Preventive Maintenance                                80.00%          9,935,340
  Surface Transportation Program/Congestion, Mitigation & Air Quality    Debt Service                                          89.73%         13,000,000
  Surface Transportation Program                                         Fund Exchanges                                        89.73%          4,688,500
  Homeland Security Funds/Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality            Various Operating Projects-Bus Stops, CCTV           100.00%          4,554,927
  Section 5310                                                           RideWise                                              89.73%            381,842
  Congestion, Mitigation & Air Quality                                   Regional Transportation Options Program               89.73%            397,666
  New Freedom                                                            Elderly and Disabled Transportation                   50.00%            444,579
  Job Access & Reverse Commute                                           Transit to Jobs Program                               50.00%            723,371
  Section 5307 1% for Transit Enhancement                                Station Improvements/Bikes Program                    80.00%            582,704
  Section 5312                                                           Limited English Proficiency                           80.00%             30,000

                                                                                                                                          $   66,694,206

Capital Program Grants
   Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facility                                     Four Hybrid Buses                                     80.00% $        2,000,000
   Section 5309 Bus and Bus Facility                                     Buses                                                 80.00%          7,436,000
   TIGGER Grant                                                          On-Board LRV Energy Storage Unit Technology          100.00%          4,200,000
   Section 5307 1% for Transit Enhancement                               Transit Tracker Displays Light Rail Stations          80.00%            184,000
   State Transit Enhancement                                             Bikes Improvement Grant Carryover                     89.73%             60,757
   State STP Funds for Elderly and Disabled Transportation               LIFT Vehicles                                         89.73%          6,455,202

                                                                                                                                          $   20,335,959

Total Federal Grants (Non-State/Local)                                                                                                    $   87,030,165




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STATE/LOCAL (NON-FEDERAL) GENERAL FUND GRANT SUMMARY

 Line                                   Type of                                    Purpose       Budget
 No.                                    Funding                                                  11/12

        Operating Grants
1.            Elderly and Disabled State Operating Grants        LIFT Operations             $       620,000

2.      Total State/Local (Non-Federal) General Fund Grants                                  $       620,000




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                                          GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENTS
                                                 Budget 11/12
                                        Debt  Service
                                     $31,132,528 (3.49%)                 Capital Projects
  Light Rail Programs                                                  $17,458,108 (1.95%)                    Operations
$296,909,565 (33.24%)                                                                                    $308,371,432 (34.53%)




                                                                                                        Project Interim Financing
                                                                                                          $41,890,000 (4.69%)
   Capital Programs
  $73,284,441 (8.21%)                                                                              General & Administrative 
                                                                   Pass Through Requirements  
                                            OPEB & Pension UAAL       $37,167,421 (4.16%)            $30,436,399 (3.41%)
                   Contingency
                                            $46,517,034 (5.21%)
               $10,000,000 (1.12%)
                                             Total Requirements = $893,166,928*

                                      *Requirements exclude Ending Fund Balance of $111,271,409.




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GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENT SUMMARY
Line                                                        Actual            Actual             Budget           Estimate          Budget       % Change   % Change % of Total
No.                     Division/Department                 08/09             09/10              10/11             10/11            11/12         Budget    Estimated Requirements

       Office of the General Manager Division
1.         Office of the General Manager                $      794,434    $      867,704    $       957,729   $       957,729   $    1,021,312      6.64%       6.64%       0.10%
2.         Media Relations                                     298,097           317,833            314,395           314,395          320,138      1.83%       1.83%       0.03%
3.         Government Affairs                                  620,877           657,073            706,282           706,282          718,927      1.79%       1.79%       0.07%
4.         Diversity and Transit Equity                        219,007           237,703            224,471           224,471          222,393     -0.93%      -0.93%       0.02%
5.         Internal Audit                                      218,668           228,250            233,268           233,268          236,442      1.36%       1.36%       0.02%
6.         Total Office of the General Manager          $     2,151,083   $     2,308,563   $     2,436,145   $     2,436,145   $    2,519,212      3.41%      3.41%        0.25%
       Communications & Technology Division
7.        Administration                                $       496,375   $       487,581   $       492,321   $       490,171   $      509,967      3.58%       4.04%       0.05%
8.        Operating Projects                                    458,718           506,980           560,109           407,310          420,795    -24.87%       3.31%       0.04%
9.        Organization Development                              403,889           348,434           401,704           397,904          409,677      1.98%       2.96%       0.04%
10.       Information Technology                              7,464,075         6,875,675         6,625,102         6,501,601        6,788,747      2.47%       4.42%       0.68%
11.       Marketing                                           4,891,061         4,338,648         4,317,523         4,317,523        4,261,720     -1.29%      -1.29%       0.42%
12.       Customer Service                                    2,907,937         3,018,714         2,896,916         2,896,916        2,938,720      1.44%       1.44%       0.29%
13.        Total Communications & Technology            $    16,622,055   $    15,576,032   $    15,293,676   $    15,011,425   $   15,329,626      0.24%      2.12%        1.53%
       Finance & Administration Division
14.        Administration                               $     2,365,334   $     1,324,403   $     1,224,440   $     1,221,503   $    1,268,643      3.61%      3.86%        0.13%
15.        Financial Services                                 1,605,416         2,845,755         2,965,246         3,257,246        3,723,456     25.57%     14.31%        0.37%
16.        Financial Analysis & Grants Administration         2,339,947         2,371,554         2,369,962         2,305,596        2,441,496      3.02%      5.89%        0.24%
17.        Risk Management                                      541,504           533,414           496,912           498,921          507,538      2.14%      1.73%        0.05%
18.        Procurement & Contracts                            1,002,408         1,084,598         1,051,902         1,052,902        1,023,598     -2.69%     -2.78%        0.10%
19.      * Fare Revenue                                       3,897,757                                                                             0.00%      0.00%        0.00%
20.        Total Finance & Administration               $    11,752,366   $     8,159,724   $     8,108,461   $     8,336,167   $    8,964,731     10.56%      7.54%        0.89%
       General Counsel/Human Resources Division
21.        Administration                               $       863,031   $       814,394   $       820,113   $       815,773   $      833,176      1.59%       2.13%       0.08%
22.        Legal Services                                     1,700,537         1,657,497         1,615,959         1,615,959        1,641,561      1.58%       1.58%       0.16%
23.     ** Human Resource Services                           14,738,606        16,356,171         1,441,739         1,188,330        1,148,093    -20.37%      -3.39%       0.11%
24.        Total General Counsel/Human Resources        $    17,302,174   $    18,828,062   $     3,877,811   $     3,620,062   $    3,622,830     -6.58%      0.08%        0.36%
       Operations Division
25.    *** Administration & Support                     $     1,534,485   $     1,647,047   $     4,660,672   $     4,678,500   $    5,083,561      9.07%       8.66%       0.51%
26.        Operating Projects                                 5,843,730         5,184,544         5,581,025         4,404,703        5,455,048     -2.26%      23.85%       0.54%
27.    *** Safety & Security                                 14,609,453        13,856,880        10,595,278        10,438,174       11,260,072      6.27%       7.87%       1.12%
28.        Bus Transportation                               109,945,537       114,981,742        97,097,132        95,009,187       97,105,372      0.01%       2.21%       9.67%
29.        Scheduling                                         1,499,486         1,602,917         1,239,306         1,238,106        1,072,672    -13.45%     -13.36%       0.11%
30.      * Field Operations                                  12,188,067        14,044,321        11,800,754        11,483,833       11,718,563     -0.70%       2.04%       1.17%
31.        Transportation Planning                            1,770,900         1,440,636         1,436,922         1,328,235        1,465,876      2.02%      10.36%       0.15%
32.        Accessible Transportation Programs-LIFT           31,168,331        30,817,890        30,308,806        31,050,183       30,217,872     -0.30%      -2.68%       3.01%
33.        Accessible Transportation Programs-MTP            15,270,088        15,253,933        16,605,371        16,605,371       16,730,147      0.75%       0.75%       1.67%

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GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENT SUMMARY
Line                                                                      Actual               Actual               Budget               Estimate              Budget          % Change       % Change % of Total
No.                         Division/Department                           08/09                09/10                10/11                 10/11                11/12            Budget        Estimated Requirements

34.         Bus Maintenance                                         $     61,286,360     $      58,480,687     $     47,542,635     $     51,662,332      $     52,073,946          9.53%          0.80%           5.18%
35.       * Facilities Management                                                               16,372,425           15,101,118           15,536,708            14,148,595         -6.31%         -8.93%           1.41%
36.         Rail Transportation                                           16,069,244            17,533,377           15,843,498           15,376,359            16,081,657          1.50%          4.59%           1.60%
37.         Rail Maintenance of Way                                       12,100,766            15,893,890           14,134,763           14,154,993            15,055,609          6.51%          6.36%           1.50%
38.         Rail Equipment Maintenance                                    17,010,834            18,329,553           18,415,524           18,053,716            18,628,189          1.15%          3.18%           1.85%
39.         Commuter Rail                                                  3,073,153             6,125,184            5,757,214            5,907,335             6,219,912          8.04%          5.29%           0.62%
40.         Streetcar                                                      6,520,137             6,593,314            6,027,108            6,027,108             6,054,339          0.45%          0.45%           0.60%
41.          Total Operations                                       $    309,890,571     $    338,158,340      $    302,147,128     $    302,954,845      $   308,371,432           2.06%          1.79%         30.70%
        Capital Projects Division
42.         Administration                                          $        552,529     $         467,987     $        403,524     $         403,524     $        405,947          0.60%         0.60%            0.04%
43.     *** Operating Projects                                             2,891,640            11,072,756            4,142,025             4,735,272            1,573,506        -62.01%       -66.77%            0.16%
44.     *** Bus Stop Development                                             546,737               314,698            2,455,312             1,152,937            1,056,690        -56.96%        -8.35%            0.11%
45.       * Facilities Management                                         15,141,939                                                                                                0.00%         0.00%            0.00%
46.     *** Capital Projects                                               4,638,016             6,504,278            3,900,642             4,846,891           14,421,965        269.73%       197.55%            1.44%
47.          Total Capital Projects                                 $     23,770,861     $      18,359,717     $     10,901,503     $     11,138,622      $     17,458,108         60.14%        56.73%            1.74%

48.     OPEB & Pension UAAL**                                                                                  $     47,047,706     $     43,069,665      $     46,517,034         -1.13%          8.00%           4.63%

49.     Debt Service****                                            $       8,546,379    $      22,833,425     $     27,541,603     $     27,291,603      $     31,132,528         13.04%        14.07%            3.10%

50.     Total Operating Requirements                                $    390,035,489     $    424,223,863      $    417,354,033     $    413,858,535      $   433,915,501           3.97%          4.85%         43.20%

51.     Capital Programs                                   $              25,635,401     $      20,099,902     $     35,359,137     $     34,878,270      $    73,284,441         107.26%       110.11%           7.30%
52.     Light Rail Programs                                              194,427,022            55,402,894          114,056,061           54,502,144          296,909,565         160.32%       444.77%          29.56%
53.     Pass Through Requirements                                          4,199,096            30,379,280          108,938,176           53,260,711           37,167,421         -65.88%       -30.22%           3.70%
54.     Project Interim Financing                                         85,793,929            77,016,271           43,728,425           43,728,425           41,890,000          -4.20%        -4.20%           4.17%
55.     Contingency                                                                                                  10,600,000                                10,000,000          -5.66%         0.00%           1.00%
56.     Ending Fund Balance Restricted & Unrestricted*****               188,255,524          202,623,972           136,713,283          163,430,790          111,271,409         -18.61%       -31.92%          11.08%

57.     Total Requirements                                          $    888,346,460     $    809,746,182      $    866,749,115     $    763,658,874      $ 1,004,438,336          15.89%        31.53%         100.00%

    *   In FY09-10, Fare Revenue transferred from Finance & Administration Division to Field Operations in Operations Division and Facilities Management transferred from Capital Projects Division to Operations Division.
   **   Prior to FY10-11 OPEB (retiree medical) was in the General Counsel/Human Resources Division. Prior to FY10-11 payments to fund the DB pension unfunded liability were incorporated in departmental costs.
  ***   In FY11-12, Safety & Security reflects organizational structure from FY06, FY07 and FY08. Non-Safety & Security positions in Safety & Security Department transferred to Administration & Support Department.
  ***   In FY11-12, Bus Stop Development Department costs transferred from Capital Projects and Operating Projects Departments.
 ****   Includes all debt service payments, except light rail construction interim finance debt, which is on line 54.
*****   Ending Fund Balance FY11 includes $40 million of New Starts funds to retire interim finance serial bonds May 2012.




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GENERAL FUND REQUIREMENTS BY OBJECT CLASS (Summary of Detail Estimate Sheets)

Line                                                                      Actual               Actual               Budget               Estimate              Budget          % Change % of Total
No.                                                                       08/09                09/10                10/11                 10/11                11/12          FY11-FY12 Requirements

        Personal Services
1.          Office of the General Manager                           $      1,517,652     $      1,584,106      $      1,590,837     $      1,590,837      $     1,592,307           0.09%           0.16%
2.          Communications & Technology                                   12,537,544           12,017,021            11,277,976           11,277,975           11,489,964           1.88%           1.14%
3.        * Finance & Administration                                       6,265,101            4,485,868             4,281,633            4,281,633            4,388,886           2.50%           0.44%
4.          General Counsel/Human Resources                                2,720,676            2,689,819             2,749,880            2,749,880            2,828,321           2.85%           0.28%
5.      *** Operations                                                   199,727,388          217,482,328           191,741,060          188,641,061          192,433,085           0.36%          19.16%
6.        * Capital Projects                                               8,705,462            1,682,344             1,437,134            1,437,134            1,908,955          32.83%           0.19%
7.       ** OPEB & Pension UAAL                                                                                      47,047,706           43,069,665           46,517,034          -1.13%           4.63%

8.      Total Personal Services                                     $    231,473,823     $    239,941,486      $    260,126,227     $    253,048,185      $   261,158,551           0.40%          26.00%

        Materials & Services
9.          Office of the General Manager                           $        633,432     $        724,456      $        845,308     $        845,308      $       926,903           9.65%           0.09%
10.         Communications & Technology                                    4,084,512            3,559,011             4,015,700            3,733,450            3,839,662          -4.38%           0.38%
11.       * Finance & Administration                                       5,487,267            3,673,856             3,826,828            4,054,534            4,575,845          19.57%           0.46%
12.      ** General Counsel/Human Resources                               14,581,498           16,138,243             1,127,931              870,182              794,510         -29.56%           0.08%
13.     *** Operations                                                   110,163,182          120,676,014           110,406,068          114,313,784          115,938,347           5.01%          11.54%
14.       * Capital Projects                                              15,065,399           16,677,373             9,464,368            9,701,488           15,549,153          64.29%           1.55%

15.     Total Materials & Services                                  $    150,015,290     $    161,448,953      $    129,686,203     $    133,518,746      $   141,624,420           9.21%          14.10%

16.     Capital Programs                                   $              25,635,401     $      20,099,902     $     35,359,137     $     34,878,270      $    73,284,441         107.26%           7.30%
17.     Light Rail Programs                                              194,427,022            55,402,894          114,056,061           54,502,144          296,909,565         160.32%          29.56%
18.     Pass Through Requirements                                          4,199,096            30,379,280          108,938,176           53,260,711           37,167,421         -65.88%           3.70%
19.     Debt Service****                                                   8,546,379            22,833,425           27,541,603           27,291,603           31,132,528          13.04%           3.10%
20.     Project Interim Financing                                         85,793,929            77,016,271           43,728,425           43,728,425           41,890,000          -4.20%           4.17%
21.     Contingency                                                                                                  10,600,000                                10,000,000          -5.66%           1.00%
22.     Ending Fund Balance Restricted & Unrestricted*****               188,255,524          202,623,972           136,713,283          163,430,790          111,271,409         -18.61%          11.08%

23.     Total Requirements                                          $    888,346,460     $    809,746,182      $    866,749,115     $    763,658,874      $ 1,004,438,336          15.89%         100.00%

    *   In FY09-10, Fare Revenue transferred from Finance & Administration Division to Field Operations in Operations Division and Facilities Management transferred from Capital Projects Division to Operations Division.
   **   Prior to FY10-11 OPEB (retiree medical) was in the General Counsel/Human Resources Division. Prior to FY10-11 payments to fund the DB pension unfunded liability were incorporated in departmental costs.
  ***   In FY11-12, Safety & Security reflects organizational structure from FY06, FY07 and FY08. Non-Safety & Security positions in Safety & Security Department transferred to Administration & Support Department.
  ***   In FY11-12, Bus Stop Development Department costs transferred from Capital Projects and Operating Projects Departments.
 ****   Includes all debt service payments, except light rail construction interim finance debt, which is on line 54.
*****   Ending Fund Balance FY11 includes $40 million of New Starts funds to retire interim finance serial bonds May 2012.



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GENERAL FUND PERSONAL SERVICES SCHEDULE

                                                                                                                                                          Budget           Budget         % Change
              Expense Category                                                                      Explanation                                           10/11            11/12         FY11-FY12

Earnings
    Salaries & Wages                              Base compensation for all non-limited term positions, including training pay, student training       $ 130,620,190    $ 134,111,503        2.67%
                                                  cost, union employee wage premiums based on years of service, attrition adjustment, and weighted
                                                  runcut adjustment.
    Sick & Vacation/Holiday Payoff Expense $164 per union employee.                                                                                         287,763          333,206        15.79%
    Other Wage Categories                         Road relief, night & shift differential, incentive pay, tool allowance, time slip differential.          1,667,781        1,709,770        2.52%
    Scheduled Overtime                            Overtime that has been built into operator shifts.                                                       7,483,249        8,122,925        8.55%
    Unscheduled Overtime                          All other overtime except scheduled overtime.                                                            5,431,627        5,933,811        9.25%
    Limited Term Employment                       Salaries of employees hired for six or more months, work 20 or more hours per week, and have a            115,492            88,588      -23.30%
                                                  predetermined ending date.
    Unemployment Expense                          TriMet reimburses the State of Oregon for actual claims paid.                                             104,505          106,488         1.90%
    Unpaid Absence                                All excused and unexcused time loss for which employees are not paid.                                   (2,596,181)      (2,610,255)       0.54%
Fringe Benefits
    Health & Welfare Benefits                     $18,353 per full-time union employee; $13,592 per part-time union employee;                             42,093,198       40,614,794       -3.51%
                                                  $14,813 per full-time non-union employee; $11,215 per part-time non-union employee.
    Disability & Life Insurance                   $390 per full-time union employee; $268 per part-time union employee; $961 per non-union employee.       1,087,770        1,112,430        2.27%
    Social Security - Medicare                    7.65% of first $106,800 of salaries and wages; 1.45% thereafter.                                        11,088,095       11,295,755        1.87%
    TriMet Payroll Tax                            .6968% of gross income (.6918% in 2011, .7018% in 2012).                                                  893,196          915,281         2.47%
    Pension Expense-Normal Cost                   $4,352 per union employee; 9.82% of gross income per non-union employee in Defined Benefit              11,961,129       11,064,880       -7.49%
     (cost of benefits earned this year)          Plan; 8.0% of gross income per non-union employee in Defined Contribution Plan.
    UAAL Union Pension                            Current year portion of 20 year funding of Unfunded Accrued Actuarial Liability                         23,442,039       25,027,273        6.76%
    UAAL Non-Union Pension                        Current year portion of 20 year funding of Unfunded Accrued Actuarial Liability                          3,012,668        2,797,099       -7.16%
  * Retiree/Disabled Medical                      Post employment medical benefits for current retirees.                                                  19,725,570       19,169,428       -2.82%
  * Medicare Part B                               Post employment medical benefits for current retirees.                                                    867,430          972,596        12.12%
 ** Other Retiree Benefits                        Union health benefit reimbursement for cost increases to Kaiser & Secure Horizon plans effective                 -         441,324       100.00%
                                                  7/1/2003 and cost of life insurance premiums for union and non-union retirees.
    Capitalized Labor and Fringe                  Capitalized labor and fringe.                                                                             (548,080)      (5,042,628)     820.05%
    OPEB Trust                                    Contribution to OPEB Trust to begin funding future retiree OPEB benefits.                                                  410,000       100.00%
Workers' Compensation                             Medical and time loss payments to employees injured in work related accidents. Time loss is              3,388,785        4,584,277       35.28%
                                                  paid at 66.7% of average weekly wage not to exceed $1,089.78 per week.

Total Personal Services                                                                                                                                $ 260,126,227    $ 261,158,551        0.40%

  * Prior to FY2010-11 OPEB retiree medical was in the General Counsel/Human Resources Division materials and services budget.
 ** Prior to FY2011-12 Other retiree benefits was in the General Counsel/Human Resources Division materials and services budget.

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GENERAL FUND MATERIALS & SERVICES SCHEDULE

                                                            Budget            Budget        Percent
                  Expense Category                          10/11             11/12         Change                                           Explanation

Contracted Transportation Services                 $ 28,192,962            $ 28,011,835       -0.64%
Oregon Medical Assistance Program (OMAP)             16,192,732              16,305,660        0.70%
Revenue Vehicles - Diesel Fuel                       15,389,187              20,543,602       33.49%   Increased cost of fixed price fuel.
Operating Projects                                   12,417,534               8,067,301      -35.03%   Varies from year to year based on requirement.
Revenue Vehicle - Maintenance Materials & Services   12,020,053              12,132,240        0.93%
Security Related Materials & Services                 9,174,937               9,744,327        6.21%
Interagency Transfers                                 4,550,012              13,646,204      199.92%   Varies from year to year based on fund exchanges (Southwest Corridor).
Facilities Maintenance - Materials & Services         4,352,069               5,127,866       17.83%   Additional shelter cleaning budgeted.
Light Rail Propulsion Power                           3,696,598               4,592,808       24.24%   Corrected allocation between propulsion and building electricity.
Insurance Premiums and Self-Insurance Funding         3,644,586               3,712,883        1.87%
Utilities (Natural Gas, Electricity, Water/Sewer)     3,157,685               2,597,968      -17.73%   Corrected allocation between propulsion and building electricity.
Professional & Technical Services                     2,846,269               3,225,468       13.32%
Personal Injury & Property Damage Self-Insurance      2,625,041               2,200,000      -16.19%   Impact of safety initiatives. Average of last five years.
Other Materials & Services                            2,172,671               2,073,224       -4.58%
Computer Maintenance Materials & Services             1,279,874               1,306,900        2.11%
Office Administrative Materials & Services            1,255,877               1,927,572       53.48%   Banking charges.
Lease Expenses                                        1,002,049               1,070,214        6.80%
Support Vehicles - Maintenance & Materials              747,000                 754,120        0.95%
Marketing & Advertising                                 610,458                 623,040        2.06%
Uniforms and Laundry                                    506,943                 518,166        2.21%
Employee Attendance & Incentive Programs                491,303                 319,278      -35.01%
Tickets, Passes, Transfers, Schedules & Guides          490,403                 490,568        0.03%
Revenue Vehicles - Oil & Lubricants                     426,632                 418,549       -1.89%
Telephone Expense                                       398,381                 420,373        5.52%
Retiree Medical/Dental & Life Insurance Benefits        309,000                     -       -100.00%   Retiree medical/dental expenses moved to Personal Services.
Health Benefit Administration                           282,306                 247,152      -12.45%
Metro Unified Work Program                              225,000                 225,000        0.00%
Dues (including APTA & OTA) & Subscriptions             223,162                 240,460        7.75%
Customer Information Materials                          220,064                 213,465       -3.00%
Waste Disposal Fees                                     198,884                 201,782        1.46%
Contracted Legal Services                               192,769                 196,625        2.00%
Money Collection & Transport                            152,000                 160,000        5.26%
Communications System Maintenance                       125,500                 127,210        1.36%
Education & Training                                    116,262                 182,564       57.03%   One time only Oracle 12i Training.
Total Materials & Services                              $ 129,686,203      $ 141,624,420      9.21%

In FY2010-11, retiree medical was incorporated into OPEB & Pension UAAL.




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SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES

                                                 Actual              Budget            Budget
                                                 6/30/10             10/11             11/12             % Change
Office of the General Manager Division
       Non-Union Employees
               Full-Time Employees                         11.75               12.75             12.75          0.00%

Total Office of the General Manager Division               11.75               12.75             12.75          0.00%
Communications & Technology Division
    Non-Union Employees
            Full-Time Employees                            84.00               80.54             83.15          3.24%
            Part-Time Employees                             5.15                5.15              4.85         -5.83%
    Union Employees
            Full-Time Employees                            29.00               27.57             27.00         -2.06%

Total Communications & Technology Division             118.15                 113.25            115.00          1.54%
Finance & Administration Division
      Non-Union Employees
             Full-Time Employees                           21.94               24.69             24.44         -1.01%
             Part-Time Employees                            1.25                0.75              0.75          0.00%
      Union Employees
             Full-Time Employees                           16.00               16.50             17.50          6.06%

Total Finance & Administration Division                    39.19               41.94             42.69          1.79%
General Counsel/Human Resources Division
      Non-Union Employees
             Full-Time Employees                           20.68               21.88             21.88          0.00%
             Part-Time Employees                            2.70                1.90              1.90          0.00%

Total General Counsel/Human Resources Division             23.38               23.78             23.78          0.00%
Operations Division
       Non-Union Employees
              Full-Time Employees                      128.00                 137.55            136.55         -0.73%
              Project Limited Term Employees             0.00                   0.00              1.00        100.00%
              Part-Time Employees                        1.55                   0.00              0.00          0.00%
       Union Employees
              Full-Time Employees                     1,738.00           1,658.00          1,681.00             1.39%
              Part-Time Employees                       297.00             290.00            291.00             0.34%

Total Operations Division                             2,164.55           2,085.55          2,109.55             1.15%



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SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND EMPLOYEES

                                                                                          Actual                   Budget            Budget
                                                                                          6/30/10                  10/11             11/12             % Change
Capital Projects Division
       Non-Union Employees
               Full-Time Employees                                                                  18.50                    18.75             18.25         -2.67%
               Project Limited Term Employees                                                        0.00                     0.00              0.50        100.00%
               Part-Time Employees                                                                   0.50                     0.25              0.50        100.00%

Total Capital Projects Division                                                                     19.00                    19.00             19.25          1.32%
General Fund Operating Program
      Non-Union Employees
              Full-Time Employees                                                                 284.87                    296.15            297.01          0.29%
              Project Limited Term Employees                                                        0.00                      0.00              1.50        100.00%
              Part-Time Employees                                                                  11.15                      8.05              8.00         -0.62%

                                             Total                                                296.02                    304.20            306.51          0.76%

        Union Employees
               Full-Time Employees                                                              1,783.00                 1,702.07        1,725.50             1.38%
               Part-Time Employees                                                                297.00                   290.00          291.00             0.34%

                                             Total                                              2,080.00                 1,992.07        2,016.50             1.23%

Total General Fund Operating Program Employees (1)                                              2,376.02                 2,296.27        2,323.01             1.16%


Light Rail Program
       Non-Union Employees
               Full-Time Employees                                                                  78.25                    94.25            103.50          9.81%
               Project Limited-Term Employees                                                        0.00                     0.00              8.50        100.00%
               Part-Time Employees                                                                   3.60                     2.05              2.55         24.39%
       Union Employees
               Full-Time Employees                                                                   0.00                     0.00              3.67        100.00%

Total Light Rail Program Employees                                                                  81.85                    96.30            118.22         22.76%

(1) Actual number of employees, at any given, time, may vary significantly from these totals due to the nature of some operations.




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SUMMARY OF FIXED ROUTE AND ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION SERVICE (Weekly Vehicle Hours)

                                    Actual       Actual      Budget         Estimated     Budget       % Change    % Change    % of
                                   April '09    April '10    April '11      April '11     April '12     Budget     Estimate    Total

Fixed Route
     Bus Service                       39,407       36,452       33,684         33,786        33,865       0.54%       0.23%    86.54%

     Light Rail                         4,717        5,380        5,201          5,193         5,144      -1.10%      -0.94%    13.15%

     Commuter Rail                        122          122          122             122          122       0.00%       0.00%     0.31%

Fixed Route Total                      44,246       41,954       39,007         39,101        39,131       0.32%       0.08%   100.00%



                                     Actual       Actual      Budget       Estimated       Budget      % Change    % Change
                                   FY09 Avg.    FY10 Avg.    FY11 Avg.     FY11 Avg.      FY12 Avg.     Budget     Estimate

Accessible Transportation - LIFT       11,213       10,822       10,327         10,568        10,162      -1.60%      -3.84%




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SUMMARY OF FIXED ROUTE AND ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION VEHICLES

                                              Actual              Actual               Budget            Estimated     Budget     % Change   % Change
Fixed Route Services                         April '09           April '10            April '11           April '11   April '12     Budget    Estimate

Bus Service
   Peak Vehicles                                  540                 523                 516                   498       498       -3.49%      0.00%
   Total Vehicles                                 658                 651                 650                   630       611       -6.00%     -3.02%
Light Rail
   Peak Vehicles                                   82                 103                 103                   103       102       -0.97%     -0.97%
   Total Vehicles                                 109                 131                 127                   127       127        0.00%      0.00%
Commuter Rail
   Peak Vehicles*                                    3                   3                   3                    3         3       0.00%       0.00%
   Total Vehicles                                    3                   3                   5                    5         5       0.00%       0.00%



                                              Actual              Actual               Budget            Estimated     Budget     % Change   % Change
Accessible Transportation                    April '09           April '09            April '11           April '11   April '12     Budget    Estimate

   Peak Vehicles                                  218                 219                 225                   220       225        0.00%      2.27%
   Total Vehicles                                 267                 269                 269                   269       267       -0.74%     -0.74%


 * WES: 3 vehicles and 1 trailer. 2 additional Rail Diesel units should be available as spares by April 2011.




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SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE

Line                                                                         Actual              Actual             Budget             Estimate             Budget          % Change       % of Total
No.                                                                          08/09               09/10              10/11               10/11               11/12            Budget        Resources

1.     2001 Refunding Bonds                                             $      2,774,627    $      2,770,326    $     2,672,820    $      2,672,820    $     1,787,188         -33.13%          5.74%
2.     2003 Refunding Bonds                                                    1,933,952           1,934,901          1,878,937           1,878,937          1,879,400           0.02%          6.04%
3.     2005 Refunding Bonds                                                    5,280,055           5,248,277          5,298,375           5,298,375          5,297,625          -0.01%         17.02%
4.     2005 Capital Grant Receipt Bonds                                       10,008,535           9,997,535         10,520,825          10,520,825         10,515,363          -0.05%         33.78%
5.     2007 Revenue Bonds                                                      3,071,592           3,057,217          3,049,500           3,049,500          3,031,375          -0.59%          9.74%
6.     Debt Payment Undertaking Agreement                                                            369,553            368,114             368,114            352,546          -4.23%          1.13%
7.     Line of Credit 1)                                                                             127,916            250,000                                975,000         290.00%          3.13%
8.     2009 Revenue Bonds Series A and B                                                           1,461,368          3,503,032           3,503,032          3,504,032           0.03%         11.26%
9.     2011 Capital Grant Receipt Bonds                                                                                                                      3,700,000         100.00%         11.88%
10.    Copier Lease                                                                                                                                             90,000         100.00%          0.29%
11.    Arbitrage Rebate                                                         (300,662)           (296,764)                                                                    0.00%          0.00%
12.    Capitalized Leases                                                        106,303             102,830                                                                     0.00%          0.00%
13.    Capital Interest                                                      (14,328,023)         (1,939,734)                                                                    0.00%          0.00%

14.    Total General Fund Debt Service                                  $      8,546,379    $    22,833,425     $    27,541,603    $     27,291,603    $    31,132,528          13.04%        100.00%



Line                                                                         Actual              Actual             Budget             Estimate             Budget          % Change       % of Total
No.                                                                          08/09               09/10              10/11               10/11               11/12            Budget        Resources

1.     2006 Project Interim Financing                                   $     85,793,929    $    77,016,271     $    43,728,425    $     43,728,425    $    41,890,000          -4.20%        100.00%

2.     Total Project Interim Financing                                  $     85,793,929    $    77,016,271     $    43,728,425    $     43,728,425    $    41,890,000          -4.20%        100.00%

1) TriMet has established a $50 million line of credit. Principal payments are a general fund liability. At this time, TriMet anticipates that any borrowings and related principal repayments on the
line of credit will be made within the fiscal year.




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SUMMARY OF GENERAL FUND DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST

                                                                                                              Principal            Interest              Total

        2001 Refunding Bonds                                                                          $      1,750,000    $         37,188    $     1,787,188
        2003 Refunding Bonds                                                                                 1,480,000             399,400          1,879,400
        2005 Refunding Bonds                                                                                 3,295,000           2,002,625          5,297,625
        2005 Capital Grant Receipt Bonds                                                                     8,370,000           2,145,363         10,515,363
        2007 Revenue Bonds                                                                                   1,285,000           1,746,375          3,031,375
        Debt Payment Undertaking Agreement                                                                                                            352,546
        Line of Credit 1)                                                                                                          975,000            975,000
        2009 Revenue Bonds Series A and B                                                                    1,320,000           2,184,032          3,504,032
        2011 Capital Grant Receipt Bonds                                                                                         3,700,000          3,700,000
        Copier Lease                                                                                                                                   90,000
        FY11-12 Total General Fund Debt Service                                                       $     17,500,000    $     13,189,982    $    31,132,528



                                                                                                              Principal            Interest              Total

        2006 Project Interim Financing                                                                $     40,000,000    $      1,890,126    $    41,890,126

        1) TriMet has established a $50 million line of credit. Principal payments are a general fund liability. At this time, TriMet anticipates that
        any borrowings and related principal repayments on the line of credit will be made within the fiscal year.




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OPEB & UAAL PENSION

                                                                                                                              Budget           Estimated         Budget         % Change
                                                                                        Explanation                           10/11              10/11           11/12         FY11-FY12

Retiree/Disabled Medical                            Post Employment Medical Benefits                                      $   19,725,570   $    16,402,260   $   19,169,428        -2.82%
Medicare Part B                                     Post Employment Medical Benefits                                             867,430           867,635          972,596       12.12%
Union Active/Retiree Benefit Reimbursement Union Health Benefit Reimbursement for Kaiser and Secure Horizons Plans                                                   40,000      100.00%
Life Insurance - Retired                            Life Insurance Premiums for Union and Non-Union Retirees                                       349,000          401,324      100.00%
UAAL Union Pension                                  Unfunded Accrued Actuarial Liability Union Defined Benefit Plan           23,442,039        22,581,420       25,027,273        6.76%
UAAL Non-Union Pension                              Unfunded Accrued Actuarial Liability Non-Union Defined Benefit Plan        3,012,668         2,869,350        2,797,099        -7.16%
Capitalized Fringe                                  Capital grant fringe reimbursement                                                                           (2,300,687)     -100.00%
OPEB Trust Funding                                  Other Post Employment Benefits Trust Contribution                                                               410,000      100.00%

Total OPEB & UAAL Pension                                                                                                 $   47,047,706   $    43,069,665   $   46,517,034        -1.13%

Pension Expense-Normal Cost (cost of benefits earned this year) is incorporated in departmental costs.




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Division Summary           OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER

                                                         Actual                                 Budget             Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
                                             08/09                     09/10                    10/11               10/11            11/12        FY11 - FY12    Dept. Total

Personal Services                    $         1,517,652       $         1,584,106       $        1,590,837    $     1,590,837   $    1,592,307          0.09%         63.21%
Materials & Services                             633,432                   724,456                  845,308            845,308          926,903          9.65%         36.79%

Total                                $         2,151,083       $         2,308,563       $        2,436,145    $     2,436,145   $    2,519,212          3.41%        100.00%




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Office of the General Manager
   Division Summary................................................................................ 47
   Office of the General Manager ............................................................. 48
   Media Relations ................................................................................... 51
   Government Affairs.............................................................................. 54
   Diversity and Transit Equity ................................................................ 57
   Internal Audit ....................................................................................... 60




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Department Summary     OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER

                                       Actual                    Budget            Estimate            Budget        % Change        % of
                               08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11              11/12        FY11 - FY12    Dept. Total

Personal Services         $       574,150   $      593,371   $      607,785    $         607,785   $      599,679         -1.33%          58.72%
Materials & Services              220,284          274,333          349,944              349,944          421,633         20.49%          41.28%

Total                     $       794,434   $      867,704   $      957,729    $         957,729   $    1,021,312          6.64%        100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                      Performance Measures:

TriMet is governed by a seven-member Board of Directors. The Board sets                   The Office of the General Manager’s performance is measured in the
agency policy, enacts legislation and reviews certain contracts.                           successful execution of the agency’s strategic goals.

The Office of the General Manager is under the direct authority of the Board
of Directors. The General Manager is appointed by the Board and is charged
with managing the agency.

Activities:

   Keep the Board fully informed on TriMet’s major activities.
   Set and lead strategic direction.
   Build and establish external and internal partnerships; key to TriMet’s
    success.




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BUD1 Personal Services    OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER
                                         08/09      09/10                            10/11                         10/11                         11/12
                                         Actual     Actual                 ---------Budget----------                Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                         Total      Total             Base            Pos           Total          Total           Base           Pos            Total



  General Manager                    $    255,966   $   262,912   $    215,000        1.00    $      215,000   $     215,000   $    215,837        1.00    $      215,837
  Manager, Corporate Outreach                                          101,918        1.00           101,918         101,918         88,500        1.00            88,500
  Executive & Board Administrator          72,717        74,061         74,061        1.00            74,061          74,061         74,061        1.00            74,061
  Executive Coordinator                    54,688        55,687         55,687        1.00            55,687          55,687         55,687        1.00            55,687



  Fringe Benefits                         190,679       200,711                                      161,119         161,119                                      165,594
  Workers' Compensation                        99

  Total                              $    574,150   $   593,371                       4.00    $      607,785   $     607,785                       4.00    $      599,679




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BUD2 Materials & Services    OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER

                                        Actual          Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category              08/09           09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Auditing                            $     180,960   $     200,865      $     271,000   $      271,000   $     326,420       20.45%          77.42%
Professional & Technical                                   36,242
Other Services                              2,597           5,175              3,000            3,000           3,060         2.00%          0.73%
Office Supplies                             5,013           3,130              7,000            7,000           6,000       -14.29%          1.42%
Other Materials                               193             352                400              400             408         2.00%          0.10%
Telephone                                   1,558           1,523              2,000            2,000           2,040         2.00%          0.48%
Dues & Subscriptions                          229                             16,450           20,450          20,859        26.80%          4.95%
Local Travel & Meetings                     1,114                430           1,250              750           8,468       577.40%          2.01%
Education & Training                          537                                364              364             371         1.92%          0.09%
Out-of-Town Travel                         13,938           8,820             21,980           24,480          22,000         0.09%          5.22%
Official Meeting Expenses                  13,625          17,343             25,000           18,500          29,968        19.87%          7.11%
Board Recognition                             521             452              1,500            2,000           2,040        36.00%          0.48%

Total                               $     220,284   $     274,333      $     349,944   $      349,944   $     421,633       20.49%        100.00%




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Department Summary       OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - MEDIA RELATIONS

                                           Actual                    Budget            Estimate          Budget          % Change           % of
                                  08/09             09/10            10/11              10/11            11/12          FY11 - FY12       Dept. Total

Personal Services            $       286,461   $       307,742   $       296,035   $       296,035   $       301,411            1.82%            94.15%
Materials & Services                  11,636            10,090            18,360            18,360            18,727            2.00%             5.85%

Total                        $       298,097   $       317,833   $       314,395   $       314,395   $       320,138            1.83%           100.00%



 Responsibility:                                                                             Performance Measures:

 The Media Relations/Communications Department is responsible for                                Respond to all citizen, media and employee inquiries within 24-hours.
 facilitating open, two-way communication to inform the community and media
 of our successes, agency programs and initiatives and involve constituents in                   Answer all questions, or let inquirers know where to get answers within
 shaping agency decisions and direction.                                                          three days, unless advising them that an answer will take longer.

 Activities:

       Answer media inquiries and advise the media and community of new
        efforts and successes, as well as on-going agency activities.
       Prepare public information, fact sheets, articles and speeches.
       Respond to citizen, technical and transit industry requests for information.
       Plan and develop strategies for informing the public of operations and
        policy changes.




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BUD1 Personal Services    OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - MEDIA RELATIONS
                                     08/09       09/10                       10/11                          10/11                         11/12
                                     Actual      Actual            ---------Budget----------                 Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total       Total        Base            Pos           Total           Total           Base           Pos           Total



  Director, Communications        $     105,856   $    107,803   $    107,803      1.00   $   107,803   $     107,803   $    107,803        1.00   $      107,803
  Public Information Officer             52,674         60,239         60,239      1.00        60,239          60,239         60,239        1.00           60,239
  Communications Assistant               43,883         48,713         48,713      1.00        48,713          48,713         48,713        1.00           48,713



  Fringe Benefits                        83,956         90,987                                 79,280          79,280                                      84,655
  Workers' Compensation                      91

  Total                           $     286,461   $    307,742                     3.00   $   296,035   $     296,035                       3.00   $      301,411




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BUD2 Materials & Services    OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - MEDIA RELATIONS

                                        Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category              08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Other Services                      $       1,292   $       1,508   $       1,836   $        1,836   $       1,498       -18.41%          8.00%
Other Materials                                20                                                                                         0.00%
Publications                                1,299             983           2,050            2,050           2,091        2.00%          11.17%
Telephone                                   2,765           2,266           2,574            2,574           3,000       16.55%          16.02%
Dues & Subscriptions                        5,422           4,951           8,000            8,000           8,160        2.00%          43.57%
Local Travel & Meetings                       296             243           1,300            1,300           1,326        2.00%           7.08%
Education & Training                          195             140           2,300            2,300           2,346        2.00%          12.53%
Out-of-Town Travel                            347                             300              300             306        2.00%           1.63%

Total                               $      11,636   $      10,090   $      18,360   $       18,360   $      18,727        2.00%        100.00%




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Department Summary      OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

                                          Actual                     Budget            Estimate          Budget           % Change           % of
                                 08/09              09/10            10/11              10/11            11/12           FY11 - FY12       Dept. Total

Personal Services           $       334,651   $       338,088   $        362,214   $       362,214   $         367,977           1.59%            51.18%
Materials & Services                286,226           318,984            344,068           344,068             350,949           2.00%            48.82%

Total                       $       620,877   $       657,073   $        706,282   $       706,282   $         718,927           1.79%           100.00%




Responsibility:                                                                        Performance Measures:

The Government Affairs Department is responsible for managing on-going                    Ensure federal, state, regional and local understanding of TriMet policy
intergovernmental relations and for long-range funding, policy development and             and funding requirements; improve, expand revenue and funding.
implementation with local, regional, state and federal legislative and
administrative officials.                                                                 Maintain a high level of support with administrative and legislative
                                                                                           officials at all levels.
Activities:
                                                                                          Establish a viable political framework for implementation of TriMet
   Develop, manage and coordinate governmental relations programs.                        funding goals.
   Establish effective communication with local, regional, state and federal
    jurisdictions and partners.                                                           Provide the mechanisms and programs necessary to obtain financial,
                                                                                           legislative and political support that will enable TriMet to fund and
   Develop, manage and coordinate long-range funding and policy
                                                                                           implement its capital and operating programs.
    development.




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BUD1 Personal Services   OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS
                                     08/09       09/10                      10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                     Actual     Actual            ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total       Total       Base            Pos           Total           Total           Base            Pos            Total



  Executive Director              $     148,532   $    152,466   $   152,466     1.00   $    152,466   $    152,466    $    152,466         1.00   $       152,466
  Administrative Coordinator             42,255         44,621        44,621     1.00         44,621         44,621          44,621         1.00            44,621
  Government Affairs Analyst             59,439         60,531        60,531     1.00         60,531         60,531          60,531         1.00            60,531



  Fringe Benefits                        84,336         80,470                                83,615          83,615                                        89,379
  Workers' Compensation                      90
  Limited Term Employment                                                                     20,981          20,981                                        20,981

  Total                           $     334,651   $    338,088                   3.00   $    362,214   $    362,214                         3.00   $       367,977




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BUD2 Materials & Services   OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS

                                         Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change       % of
            Expense Category             08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Professional & Technical             $     197,711   $     238,398   $     239,390   $      239,390   $     244,178        2.00%         69.58%
Other Services                              16,396           6,144          10,529           10,529          10,740        2.00%          3.06%
Other Materials                                944           2,287           2,000            2,000           2,040        2.00%          0.58%
Telephone                                    2,219           2,634           3,200            3,200           3,264        2.00%          0.93%
Dues & Subscriptions                         1,885           4,375          12,300           12,300          12,546        2.00%          3.57%
OTA Dues                                    55,700          55,700          56,500           56,500          57,630        2.00%         16.42%
Local Travel & Meetings                      3,028           1,984           3,800            3,800           3,876        2.00%          1.10%
Education & Training                         1,225           1,114           2,349            2,349           2,396        2.00%          0.68%
Out-of-Town Travel                           7,118           6,348          14,000           14,000          14,280        2.00%          4.07%

Total                                $     286,226   $     318,984   $     344,068   $      344,068   $     350,949        2.00%       100.00%




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Department Summary     OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - DIVERSITY AND TRANSIT EQUITY

                                         Actual                     Budget            Estimate          Budget           % Change            % of
                                08/09              09/10            10/11              10/11            11/12           FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services          $       109,421   $       118,991   $        101,852   $       101,852   $        97,322             -4.45%            43.76%
Materials & Services               109,586           118,711            122,619           122,619           125,071              2.00%            56.24%

Total                      $       219,007   $       237,703   $        224,471   $       224,471   $       222,393             -0.93%           100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                       Activities:

   The Diversity and Transit Equity Department was formed in FY03 and                    Outreach, Communication and Planning
    acts as a resource to the General Manager and all Divisions to assist in               -   Act as a resource to all departments and develop strategies to build
    reaching agency goals related to diversity, outreach to minority                           relationships to enhance community relations and public involvement
    communities, transit equity and Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE)                    processes to strengthen community-based partnerships with minority,
    efforts.                                                                                   low-income and other diverse populations.
                                                                                           -   Act as a resource to ensure transit service, fare structure, customer
Activities:                                                                                    information and infrastructure are equitably distributed. Identify
                                                                                               transit service that may have adverse impacts on minority and low-
   Disadvantaged Business Enterprise and Title VI reporting and monitoring                    income populations.
    -   Responsible for Title VI compliance, coordination, monitoring and
        reporting.                                                                    Performance Measures:
    -   Direct the development, implementation and monitoring of Federal and
        State DBE and MWESB programs and goals to ensure the                              Meet TriMet’s 14.56% aspirational DBE goal of identified budget.
        continuation of TriMet’s innovative programs.
    -   Act as a resource to increase DBE and MWESB participation in                      Work with TriMet staff to coordinate, monitor and direct Title VI reporting
        procurement processes.                                                             in a timely manner.
    -   Act as a liaison to business and professional organizations on DBE
        matters.                                                                          Position TriMet as an environmental justice leader.

   Recruitment and Retention                                                             Develop and foster partnerships/relationships with diverse communities
    -   Act as a resource to all departments to recruit and retain a workforce             and leaders to gain support for agency programs and initiatives.
        that reflects the diverse communities we serve.
    -   Assist in the coordination of the public outreach programs to enhance             Work closely with TriMet customers, constituents and staff to help ensure
        awareness of employment and contracting opportunities for minorities               TriMet meets its commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity and
        and other diverse populations.                                                     workforce diversity.




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BUD1 Personal Services       OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - DIVERSITY AND TRANSIT EQUITY
                                        08/09       09/10                       10/11                           10/11                           11/12
                                        Actual      Actual            ---------Budget----------                  Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total       Total        Base            Pos           Total            Total            Base            Pos           Total



  Senior Director                    $     105,720    $   104,442    $   104,442    1.00     $   104,442    $    104,442     $    104,442        1.00    $      104,442



  Fringe Benefits                           28,503         36,176                                 23,521           23,521                                        32,847
  Workers' Compensation                         33
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                 (24,835)       (21,627)                  (0.25)       (26,110)         (26,110)                      (0.25)          (39,967)

  Total                              $     109,421    $   118,991                   0.75     $   101,852    $    101,852                         0.75    $       97,322




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BUD2 Materials & Services   OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - DIVERSITY AND TRANSIT EQUITY

                                  Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
        Expense Category          08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



First Step Youth              $     104,209   $     110,314   $     106,080   $      106,080   $      108,202         2.00%         86.51%
Other Services                          611           3,153           3,000            3,000            2,000       -33.33%          1.60%
Community Outreach                    2,959           1,542           2,942            2,942            5,000        69.95%          4.00%
Telephone                               198             598             306              306              400        30.72%          0.32%
Dues & Subscriptions                    350             130           1,410            1,410              912       -35.32%          0.73%
Local Travel                             30                             410              410              418         1.95%          0.33%
Education & Training                                    950             868              868              884         1.84%          0.71%
Out-of-Town Travel                    1,230           2,024           7,603            7,603            7,255        -4.58%          5.80%

Total                         $     109,586   $     118,711   $     122,619   $      122,619   $      125,071         2.00%        100.00%




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Department Summary     OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - INTERNAL AUDIT

                                          Actual                     Budget              Estimate            Budget          % Change            % of
                                 08/09             09/10             10/11                10/11              11/12          FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services           $       212,969   $       225,913   $       222,951      $       222,951    $       225,919              1.33%            95.55%
Materials & Services                  5,699             2,337            10,317               10,317             10,523              2.00%             4.45%

Total                       $       218,668   $       228,250   $       233,268      $       233,268    $       236,442              1.36%          100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                              Performance Measures:

The Internal Audit Department performs audits and provides advisory services                       Complete the projects identified in the Internal Audit’s Annual Plan.
to give the District reasonable assurance that its control objectives are met. The
key control objectives are:                                                                        Realize the improvement goals specified in the Annual Plan.

   Safeguarding and proper maintenance of assets.                                                 Receive at least 90% positive responses from customers on audit quality.
   Compliance with laws, regulations, contracts, plans, policies and
    procedures.
   Reliability and integrity of financial and operating information.
   Economical and efficient use of resources.




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BUD1 Personal Services      OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - INTERNAL AUDIT
                                       08/09       09/10                       10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                       Actual      Actual            ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total        Base            Pos           Total           Total           Base            Pos           Total



  Manager, Internal Audit           $      98,169   $     99,973   $     99,973     1.00   $     99,973   $      99,973   $      99,973       1.00    $       99,973
  Internal Auditor                         65,643         67,087         67,087     1.00         67,087          67,087          67,087       1.00            67,087



  Fringe Benefits                          49,097         58,853                                 55,890          55,890                                       58,858
  Workers' Compensation                        60

  Total                             $     212,969   $    225,913                    2.00   $    222,951   $    222,951                        2.00    $      225,919




                                                                               Page 61
BUD2 Materials & Services   OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER - INTERNAL AUDIT

                                  Actual          Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
        Expense Category          08/09           09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Other Services                $          85   $             15   $         150   $          150   $          153         2.00%          1.45%
Telephone                               336                351             504              504              514         1.98%          4.88%
Dues & Subscriptions                    630                670             653              653              700         7.20%          6.65%
Local Travel                             61                                360              360              333        -7.50%          3.16%
Education & Training                  3,843           1,301              7,550            7,550            7,701         2.00%         73.18%
Out-of-Town Travel                      745                              1,100            1,100            1,122         2.00%         10.66%

Total                         $       5,699   $       2,337      $      10,317   $       10,317   $       10,523         2.00%        100.00%




                                                                                 Page 62
BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - OFFICE OF THE GENERAL MANAGER

    Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                    Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09            09/10             10/11                                                       11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                    Office of the General Manager
$      574,150   $      593,371   $      607,785         Personal Services                   $       599,679   $       599,679
       220,284          274,333          349,944         Materials & Services                        421,633           421,633
$      794,434   $      867,704   $      957,729         Department Total                    $     1,021,312   $     1,021,312

                                                    Media Relations
$      286,461   $      307,742   $      296,035        Personal Services                    $       301,411   $       301,411
        11,636           10,090           18,360        Materials & Services                          18,727            18,727
$      298,097   $      317,833   $      314,395         Department Total                    $       320,138   $       320,138

                                                    Government Affairs
$      334,651   $      338,088   $      362,214        Personal Services                    $       367,977   $       367,977
       286,226          318,984          344,068        Materials & Services                         350,949           350,949
$      620,877   $      657,073   $      706,282         Department Total                    $       718,927   $       718,927

                                                    Diversity and Transit Equity
$      109,421   $      118,991   $      101,852         Personal Services                   $        97,322   $        97,322
       109,586          118,711          122,619         Materials & Services                        125,071           125,071
$      219,007   $      237,703   $      224,471         Department Total                    $       222,393   $       222,393


                                                    Internal Audit
$      212,969   $      225,913   $      222,951          Personal Services                  $       225,919   $       225,919
         5,699            2,337           10,317          Materials & Services                        10,523            10,523
$      218,668   $      228,250   $      233,268         Department Total                    $       236,442   $       236,442

                                                    Division Total
$    1,517,652   $    1,584,106   $     1,590,837        Personal Services                   $     1,592,307   $     1,592,307
       633,432          724,456           845,308        Materials & Services                        926,903           926,903
$    2,151,083   $    2,308,563   $     2,436,145 Total Office of the General Manager        $     2,519,212   $     2,519,212




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Division Summary               COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY

                                                                Actual                                    Budget            Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
                                                  08/09                       09/10                       10/11              10/11            11/12        FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                         $       12,537,544          $       12,017,021           $       11,277,976   $    11,277,975   $   11,489,964          1.88%          74.95%
Materials & Services                               4,084,512                   3,559,011                    4,015,700         3,733,450        3,839,662         -4.38%          25.05%

Total                                     $       16,622,055          $       15,576,031           $       15,293,676   $    15,011,425   $   15,329,626          0.24%         100.00%




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Communications & Technology Division
  Division Summary................................................................................ 65
  Administration...................................................................................... 66
  Operating Projects ................................................................................ 69
  Organization Development................................................................... 70
  Information Technology ....................................................................... 73
  Marketing ............................................................................................. 77
  Customer Service ................................................................................. 81




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Department Summary     COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ADMINISTRATION

                                             Actual                     Budget                  Estimate          Budget           % Change            % of
                                    08/09             09/10             10/11                    10/11            11/12           FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services             $       453,520    $       408,619   $          426,146   $           426,146   $       442,468              3.83%            86.76%
Materials & Services                   42,855             78,962               66,175                64,025            67,499              2.00%            13.24%

Total                         $       496,375    $       487,580   $          492,321   $           490,171   $       509,967              3.58%           100.00%



Responsibility:

The Communications & Technology Division is composed of the following                            Providing Internal Support
departments:   administration,   organization    development, information                         - Employee recognition and training.
technology, marketing and customer service. The division:                                         - Programs and processes that support/reinforce agency goals.
                                                                                                  - Technical support, communication and training for employees.
   Acquires and retains riders through marketing campaigns, promotions and
    customer service.
   Strengthens community awareness through community outreach.                             Performance Measures:
   Effectively communicates agency goals to the TriMet Board of Directors,
    elected officials and the general public.                                                    Performance ratings from the general public.
   Coordinates capital projects, service planning and marketing activities.
   Coordinates the agency’s management/professional development through                         Implementation of the 5-Year Transit Investment Plan (TIP).
    training and improved processes, performance and productivity, in
    conjunction with managing a variety of employee communication                                Implementation of regional transportation and goals that support a
    opportunities.                                                                                sustainable transportation network.
   Coordinates/facilitates network technology activities, allowing for an
    efficiently run transit system.                                                              Increase ridership on Frequent Service, Bus and MAX light rail lines.

Activities:                                                                                      Ensure all agency activities and efforts focus on agency principles and
                                                                                                  goals.
   Building Ridership
    - Marketing and promotion.
    - Technology that supports ridership, Transit Tracker and Trip Planner.

   Building Community
    - Customer service outreach.
    - Customer comments.
    - Research analysis on regional needs.




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BUD1 Personal Services    COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ADMINISTRATION
                                   08/09       09/10                      10/11                            10/11                           11/12
                                  Actual       Actual         -----------Budget------------                 Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                   Total       Total       Base            Pos           Total             Total            Base            Pos           Total



  Administration:
  Executive Director               $   161,263   $    159,310    $   165,662    1.00    $   165,662    $    165,662     $    165,662        1.00    $      165,662
  Administrative Specialist             47,169         42,744         42,908    1.00         42,908          42,908           42,908        1.00            42,908
  Bike Programs Coordinator                                           50,968    1.00         50,968          50,968           50,968        1.00            50,968

  Fringe Benefits                      106,833         86,991                                85,599           85,599                                        91,846
  Workers' Compensation                     95
  Limited Term Employment               49,990         50,765                                 4,800            4,800

  Strategic Planning, Land Use:
  Strategic Planning Analyst            66,234         64,728         64,728    1.00         64,728           64,728           64,728       1.00            64,728

  Fringe Benefits                       21,904         24,054                                24,873           24,873                                        26,355
  Workers' Compensation                     32
  Operating Projects/Grant Labor
  Capitalized Grant Labor/Fringe                      (19,974)        50,968   (0.18)       (13,393)         (13,393)

  Total                            $   453,520   $    408,619                   3.82    $   426,146    $    426,146                         4.00    $      442,468




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BUD2 Materials & Services   COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ADMINISTRATION

                                      Actual             Actual             Budget           Estimate         Budget       % Change       % of
         Expense Category             08/09              09/10              10/11             10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Administration:
Professional & Technical          $      24,411                         $       5,000    $        5,000   $       5,100        2.00%          7.56%
Student Pass/BETC Program                                                      43,000            43,000          43,860        2.00%         64.98%
Temporary Help                                                                                                                                0.00%
Other Services                                 314   $      70,000                350               100             355        1.43%          0.53%
Office Supplies                                                                   400               200             410        2.50%          0.61%
Other Materials                            (618)               450                600             1,000             610        1.67%          0.90%
Telephone                                   230                672              1,200             1,200           1,225        2.08%          1.81%
Local Travel & Meetings                   1,015                199              3,000             2,650           3,060        2.00%          4.53%
Education & Training                                            50              2,000             1,000           2,040        2.00%          3.02%
Out-of-Town Travel                        9,168              5,358              6,215             6,215           6,425        3.38%          9.52%

Sub-Total Administration:                34,519             76,729             61,765            60,365          63,085

Strategic Planning, Land Use:
Other Services                                 416                                200               100             200        0.00%          0.30%
Other Materials                                                                   200               200             200        0.00%          0.30%
Telephone                                      675                169             160             1,000             163        1.88%          0.24%
Dues & Subscriptions                                                              200               100             200        0.00%          0.30%
Local Travel                                                                       50               210              51        2.00%          0.08%
Education & Training                        325                 40                300                50             300        0.00%          0.44%
Out-of-Town Travel                        6,920              2,024              3,300             2,000           3,300        0.00%          4.89%

Sub-Total Strategic Planning:             8,336              2,233              4,410             3,660           4,414

                                  $      42,855      $      78,962      $      66,175    $       64,025   $      67,499        2.00%       100.00%




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BUD2 Materials & Services   COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - OPERATING PROJECTS

                                               Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
              Expense Category                 08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Bike to Transit Facilities                                                 $      79,050   $       79,050   $      25,000       -68.37%           5.94%
Telecommunications Network                 $      20,254   $       2,996          96,960           96,960                      -100.00%           0.00%
Desktop - SMS Upgrade                            245,164         343,343                                                                          0.00%
Desktop Computing Improvement                                                     42,000           42,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Cable Plant Replacement                            6,992          12,058          15,000           15,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Servers Replacement                                                2,230                                           26,200                         6.23%
Desktop Computing Replacement                                                                                     236,095                        56.11%
Application/Database Servers Replacement          26,995          48,780           3,200            3,200                      -100.00%           0.00%
IT Security Systems Replacement                                    9,201           1,000            1,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Data Communications System Replacement            44,370          59,066          55,100           55,100          89,500        62.43%          21.27%
Transit Tracker by Phone Expansion                   888          13,758          96,059           90,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Bus Automatic Stop Announcement                                    2,608         146,240                                       -100.00%           0.00%
Maint Systems Replace (Diagnostic)                26,932                          25,500           25,000           9,000       -64.71%           2.14%
Vehicle Control Sys-BDS Comm Repl                 87,124          10,951                                                                          0.00%
Video Communications Systems Replacement                                                                            5,000                         1.19%
Customer Assistance Office Refurbishment                           1,989                                           30,000                         7.13%

                                           $     458,718   $     506,980   $     560,109   $      407,310   $     420,795       -24.87%         100.00%




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Department Summary     COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT

                                      Actual                    Budget           Estimate          Budget          % Change           % of
                              08/09            09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12          FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services        $       335,244   $      324,831   $      347,404   $       347,404   $      354,291             1.98%            86.48%
Materials & Services              68,645           23,603           54,300            50,500           55,386             2.00%            13.52%

Total                    $       403,889   $      348,434   $      401,704   $       397,904   $      409,677             1.98%          100.00%




Responsibility:                                                                        Performance Measures:

The Organization Development Department is responsible for agency training,                Evaluate the effectiveness of cultural alignment strategies against progre
employee communications, employee recognition and implementing strategies                   toward meeting agency performance goals.
that will help TriMet reach the highest level of service excellence in a work
environment where safety is a fundamental value.                                           Evaluate training/professional development activities. Follow-up wi
                                                                                            participants/managers, determine achieved goals and if job performanc
Activities:                                                                                 and/or productivity have been impacted.

   Assist in aligning agency practices with TriMet values.                                Ensure agency events, department activities, reward and recognitio
   Design, implement and coordinate training programs that ensure employees                programs support agency goals.
    have information and skills they need to be successful. Diagnose
    organizational situations, issues and problems. Provide direction and                  Ensure open, consistent, high quality communication between/amon
    resources to improve processes, performance and productivity.                           employees and departments throughout all levels of the organizatio
   Manage, develop and coordinate a variety of employee communication                      Assess and evaluate effectiveness of communication tools and techniques.
    opportunities through written publications and employee forums. Partner
    with Information Technology in oversight of TriNET and other
    communication tools.
   Develop/implement agency-wide employee recognition activities that align
    with agency principles and goals.




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BUD1 Personal Services    COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT
                                       08/09       09/10                     10/11                            10/11                         11/12
                                       Actual     Actual            ---------Budget---------                   Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total       Base           Pos            Total            Total          Base           Pos             Total



  Director, Organization Development    $   104,365   $   106,780   $   106,780      1.00   $   106,780   $    106,780   $   106,780           1.00   $      106,780
  Employee Comm. Coordinator                 44,966        29,726        56,940      1.00        56,940         56,940        56,940           1.00           56,940
  Coordinator, Organization Development      55,264        58,527        58,527      1.00        58,527         58,527        58,527           1.00           58,527
  Coordinator, Organization Development      24,444        29,869        59,738      0.50        29,869         29,869        59,738           0.50           29,869



  Fringe Benefits                           106,110        99,929                                95,289         95,289                                       102,175
  Workers' Compensation                          95

  Total                                $    335,244   $   324,831                    3.50   $   347,404   $    347,404                         3.50   $      354,291




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BUD2 Materials & Services    COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - ORGANIZATION DEVELOPMENT

                                         Actual          Actual          Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10           10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Other Services                       $         309   $       2,340   $        1,000   $           100   $        1,000         0.00%          1.81%
Other Materials                                 40             678            1,500               750            1,500         0.00%          2.71%
Telephone                                      220             204              350             1,000              350         0.00%          0.63%
Education & Training                           658           1,087              950               950              950         0.00%          1.72%
Management Training                         15,895           7,280           21,000            21,000           22,086         5.17%         39.88%
Out-of-Town Travel                                                            1,500               500            1,500         0.00%          2.71%
Employee Communications                      1,772             415            2,000               200            2,000         0.00%          3.61%
Employee Development                         3,768             136            1,500             1,500            1,500         0.00%          2.71%
Awards & Banquets                           45,983          11,463           24,500            24,500           24,500         0.00%         44.24%

Total                                $      68,645   $      23,603   $       54,300   $        50,500   $       55,386         2.00%       100.00%




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                                      Actual                    Budget             Estimate           Budget         % Change           % of
                              08/09            09/10            10/11               10/11             11/12         FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services        $     5,841,671   $    5,666,639   $    5,243,615     $     5,243,615    $     5,304,630           1.16%            78.14%
Materials & Services           1,622,404        1,209,037        1,381,487           1,257,986          1,484,117           7.43%            21.86%

Total                    $     7,464,075   $    6,875,675   $    6,625,102     $     6,501,601    $     6,788,747           2.47%          100.00%




Responsibility:                                                                        Performance Measures:

The Information Technology Department is responsible for managing                            Network and server availability exceeding 96% uptime, measured on a 24-
information resources including corporate data, computing tools and networks                  hour basis, using industry criteria.
used to carryout agency-wide business processes and management goals.
                                                                                             Resolve/acknowledge/follow-up over 90 customer service calls per
Activities:                                                                                   weekday, with average completion time not exceeding four hours.
 Customer support helpdesk.
 Consulting services.                                                                       Application developer and maintainer productivity exceeding 30 AU
 Business process analysis.                                                                  (Application Units) per year.
 Data modeling and design.
 Shared data repository.
 System development standards.
 Project development and maintenance.
 Hardware and software acquisition.
 Metropolitan-wide networks.
 Building networks, servers and printers.
 Desktop connectivity, e-mail and Internet.
 Telephones and voice-mail.
 System and network security.
 GIS mapping and data analysis.
 Application training and support.




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                                        08/09      09/10                     10/11                          10/11                         11/12
                                       Actual      Actual          ---------Budget----------                 Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total      Total       Base          Pos          Total             Total          Base              Pos          Total


  Chief Technology Officer                 $   143,206   $   146,181   $ 146,181   1.00   $   146,181   $    146,181   $      146,181        1.00   $      146,181

  Administration:
  Manager, IT Planning & Project Manager       104,178       105,945     105,945   1.00       105,945        105,945          105,945        1.00          105,945
  Information Technology Admin Spec.            49,945        50,905      50,905   1.00        50,905         50,905           50,905        1.00           50,905

  Enterprise Systems Development:
  Software Developer, Lead                     203,542       207,088     103,544   2.00       207,088        207,088          103,544        2.00          207,088
  Software Systems Engineer                    102,506       104,630     104,630   1.00       104,630        104,630          104,630        1.00          104,630
  Systems Analyst/Programmer IV                183,827       187,502      93,751   2.00       187,502        187,502           93,751        2.00          187,502
  Systems Analyst/Programmer IV                263,270        89,429      89,429   1.00        89,429         89,429           89,429        1.00           89,429
  Systems Analyst/Programmer IV                              178,858      89,429   2.00       178,858        178,858           89,429        2.00          178,858
  IT Systems Analyst                            74,066        80,117      80,117   1.00        80,117         80,117           80,117        1.00           80,117
  Java Web Programmer                           90,787        92,206      92,206   1.00        92,206         92,206           92,206        1.00           92,206

  Oracle Application Technology:
  Manager, Oracle Technology                   129,625       131,523     131,523   1.00       131,523        131,523          131,523        1.00          131,523
  Oracle Applications Technical Lead           110,235       111,854     111,854   1.00       111,854        111,854          111,854        1.00          111,854
  Oracle Applications Program/Analyst II        98,606       100,746     100,746   1.00       100,746        100,746          100,746        1.00          100,746
  Client Server Database Administrator         117,457       119,726     119,726   1.00       119,726        119,726          119,726        1.00          119,726
  Oracle Applications Database Admin           107,769       110,017     110,017   1.00       110,017        110,017          110,017        1.00          110,017
  Oracle Database Architect                    111,752       113,921     113,921   1.00       113,921        113,921          113,921        1.00          113,921

  Geographic Information Systems:
  Manager, GIS & Location Based Services       105,583       107,887     107,887   1.00       107,887        107,887          107,887        1.00          107,887
  Systems Analyst/Programmer IV                261,039       274,718      91,573   3.00       274,718        274,718           91,573        3.00          274,718
  GIS Data Analyst                              62,542        63,997      63,997   1.00        63,997         63,997           63,997        1.00           63,997
  Bus Stops Planner/Analyst                     64,295        65,438      65,438   1.00        65,438         65,438           65,438        1.00           65,438




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                                           08/09      09/10                     10/11                                  10/11                           11/12
                                          Actual      Actual          ---------Budget----------                         Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                           Total      Total       Base          Pos          Total                     Total            Base              Pos          Total


  Operations Systems:
  Manager, Operations Systems              $    109,579     $    111,708     $ 111,708    1.00    $    111,708     $    111,708     $      111,708        1.00    $     111,708
  Software Systems Engineer - BDS               100,286          102,375       102,375    1.00         102,375          102,375            102,375        1.00          102,375
  Software Systems Engineer V                    87,033           88,928        88,928    1.00          88,928           88,928             88,928        1.00           88,928
  Software Systems Engineer V                    84,249           81,307        81,307    1.00          81,307           81,307             81,307        1.00           81,307
  Software Systems Engineer                      85,140           86,589        86,589    1.00          86,589           86,589             86,589        1.00           86,589
  Systems Analyst/Programmer IV                  82,423           83,833        83,833    1.00          83,833           83,833             83,833        1.00           83,833
  Project Mgr, ITS Vehicle Technologies          82,472           83,875        83,875    1.00          83,875           83,875             83,875        1.00           83,875

  Networks & Communications:
  Manager, Network Communications               113,031          114,944       114,944    1.00         114,944          114,944            114,944        1.00          114,944
  Systems Engineer II                            93,626           95,442        95,442    1.00          95,442           95,442             95,442        1.00           95,442
  Systems Engineer II                            78,920           80,263        80,263    1.00          80,263           80,263             80,263        1.00           80,263
  Voice Systems Engineer                         90,753           68,318        81,056    1.00          81,056           81,056             81,056        1.00           81,056
  Systems Engineer I - Network                   68,756           70,032        70,032    1.00          70,032           70,032             70,032        1.00           70,032

  PC Support Services:
  Manager, Technical Services                   104,915          106,843       106,843    1.00         106,843          106,843            106,843        1.00          106,843
  Desktop Supervisor                             65,928           66,190        66,190    1.00          66,190           66,190             66,190        1.00           66,190
  PC System Specialist II                        60,617           60,573        60,573    1.00          60,573           60,573             60,573        1.00           60,573
  PC System Specialist II                        59,751           60,573        60,573    1.00          60,573           60,573             60,573        1.00           60,573
  CCTV System Engineer                           72,435           73,915        73,915    1.00          73,915           73,915             73,915        1.00           73,915
  Systems Engineer II                           149,137          158,139        78,968    2.00         157,936          157,936             78,968        2.00          157,936
  Systems Engineer I                             66,501           65,501        65,501    1.00          65,501           65,501             65,501        1.00           65,501
  Helpdesk Supervisor                            71,795           73,184        73,184    1.00          73,184           73,184             73,184        1.00           73,184
  Helpdesk Technician                            54,477           53,745        53,745    1.00          53,745           53,745             53,745        1.00           53,745
  Helpdesk Associate                             42,159           43,222        43,222    1.00          43,222           43,222             43,222        1.00           43,222
  Helpdesk Technician II                         49,779           50,634        50,634    1.00          50,634           50,634             50,634        1.00           50,634



  Fringe Benefits                              1,649,171        1,698,146                             1,421,779        1,421,779                                      1,511,732
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                       (70,245)        (355,107)               (4.27)        (517,792)        (517,792)                        (3.85)        (546,950)
  Workers' Compensation                            1,945                                                  1,000            1,000                                          1,221
  Unscheduled Overtime                             2,808             779                                  3,271            3,271                                          3,271

  Total                                    $   5,841,671    $   5,666,639                44.73    $   5,243,615    $   5,243,615                         45.15    $   5,304,630




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                                          Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
            Expense Category              08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Professional & Technical              $      14,955   $      20,034   $      27,540   $       11,000   $      90,000       226.80%          6.06%
Temporary Help                               83,059           3,199           5,253            1,500           5,358         2.00%          0.36%
Microcomputer Maintenance Service             2,226           1,985           4,210            1,500          10,000       137.53%          0.67%
Telephone Maintenance                       115,149                                                                                         0.00%
Communications Systems Maintenance                          296,204         334,886          334,386         345,000         3.02%         23.25%
Fiber Network Break Repair Service              287           4,330                                                                         0.00%
Hardware Maintenance                        395,873          98,401         136,700           98,000         140,000         2.41%          9.43%
Software Maintenance-CCTV Systems            29,079          10,986          30,000           22,000          30,600         2.00%          2.06%
Printing Services                                56                                                                                         0.00%
Other Services                                9,761          10,946           8,500            3,500           8,670         2.00%          0.58%
Office Supplies                               6,443           5,776           6,500            3,500           7,489        15.22%          0.50%
Other Materials                              12,675          26,900          12,000           10,000          12,000         0.00%          0.81%
Microcomputer Software                       14,180          16,893          11,178           12,000          12,500        11.83%          0.84%
Microcomputer Maintenance Material           19,117           8,889          22,000            9,000          13,000       -40.91%          0.88%
Telephone                                    17,403          20,988          13,800           20,000          15,000         8.70%          1.01%
Network Access Services                      35,681          31,835          40,000           35,000          40,800         2.00%          2.75%
Dues & Subscriptions                          2,106           1,115           2,000            2,200           2,200        10.00%          0.15%
Local Travel & Meetings                       1,007             507           1,020            1,500           1,500        47.06%          0.10%
Education & Training                         14,659           8,580          15,000           12,000          20,000        33.33%          1.35%
Out-of-Town Travel                            4,798           3,776          10,000           12,000          15,000        50.00%          1.01%
Software License Fees                       843,891         637,693         700,900          668,900         715,000         2.01%         48.18%

Total                                 $   1,622,404   $   1,209,037   $   1,381,487   $    1,257,986   $   1,484,117         7.43%        100.00%




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                                        Actual                    Budget           Estimate           Budget         % Change           % of
                               08/09             09/10            10/11             10/11             11/12         FY11 - FY12       Dept. Total

Personal Services         $      3,316,985   $    2,983,805   $    2,767,701   $     2,767,701   $     2,861,738            3.40%            67.15%
Materials & Services             1,574,076        1,354,843        1,549,822         1,549,822         1,399,982           -9.67%            32.85%

Total                     $      4,891,061   $    4,338,648   $    4,317,523   $     4,317,523   $     4,261,720           -1.29%          100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                         Performance Measures:

The Marketing Department supports the agency’s expectations to                               Safety Education
communicate, represent and achieve safety-driven service excellence with an                   -   Develop and facilitate Safety Education Advisory Committee.
integrated approach to creating the best possible experience for our customers.
Focus on key initiatives that seek to enhance ridership experience and build                 Brand Management/Public Relations
community support in alignment with TriMet’s brand position and shared                        -   Promote key agency themes.
values.
Activities:                                                                                  Ridership
                                                                                              -   Promote Technology tools.
   Safety Education
    -   Encourage safe behavior and increase awareness of what we do to help                 Customer Information
        keep people safe.                                                                     -   Provide timely and relevant customer information.
   Brand Management/Public Relations
    -   Promote and protect TriMet’s key principles, aligning our vision with                Revenue Generation
                                                                                              -  Evaluate and update employer/college pass programs.
        public perception by promoting and strengthen community customer
        relationships.
   Ridership
    -   Promote new and existing amenities, tools and service to our riders and
        prospects to enhance the customer experience.
   Customer Information
    -   Deliver timely, accurate information to riders via static and dynamic
        content channels.
   Revenue Generation
    -  Manage pass programs, partnerships and advertising/promotional
       opportunities to maximize revenue and/or leverage resources.




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                                     08/09       09/10                      10/11                           10/11                          11/12
                                     Actual      Actual           ---------Budget----------                  Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total       Total       Base            Pos           Total            Total           Base            Pos           Total


  Director, Marketing                 $   123,567   $   124,612   $   124,612      1.00   $   124,612   $    124,612    $    124,612        1.00    $      124,612
  Manager, Marketing                       90,451        92,290        92,290      1.00        92,290         92,290          92,290        1.00            92,290
  Special Projects Coordinator             85,827        82,288        82,288      1.00        82,288         82,288          82,288        1.00            82,288
  Marketing Programs Coordinator          185,536       123,693        61,847      2.00       123,693        123,693          63,183        1.00            63,183
  Program Coordinator - LEP                56,892        58,005        58,005      1.00        58,005         58,005          58,005        1.00            58,005
  Marketing Programs Coord - RTO           60,537        60,990        60,990      1.00        60,990         60,990          60,990        1.00            60,990
  Marketing Associate - RTO                42,519        40,570        40,570      1.00        40,570         40,570          40,570        1.00            40,570
  Senior Marketing Rep. - RTO              57,861        58,840        58,840      1.00        58,840         58,840          58,840        1.00            58,840
  Marketing Rep. - RTO                     49,742        49,172        49,172      1.00        49,172         49,172          49,172        1.00            49,172
  Marketing Specialist - RTO               44,825        45,602        45,602      1.00        45,602         45,602          45,602        1.00            45,602
  Administrative Specialist                42,355        34,594        43,242      0.80        34,594         34,594          43,242        0.80            34,594
  Manager, RideWise E&D Outreach           71,811        21,675
  Manager, Customer Information                                                                                                77,047       1.00            77,047
  Manager, Creative Services               87,862        89,554        89,554      1.00        89,554          89,554          89,554       1.00            89,554
  Business Systems Analyst                 70,191        71,326        71,326      1.00        71,326          71,326          71,326       1.00            71,326
  Customer Service Specialist                                                                                                  72,392       1.00            72,392
  Production Coordinator                   46,486        47,982        47,982      1.00        47,982          47,982          47,982       1.00            47,982
  Video Production Specialist                                                                                                  27,102       0.50            13,551
  Coord. Sr. Comm/Interactive Media       116,638        58,193        58,193      1.00        58,193          58,193          58,193       1.00            58,193
  Marketing Comm Coord. - PT                             31,544        47,732      0.80        38,185          38,185          47,732       0.80            38,185
  Graphics Designer - FT                   48,618        49,444        49,444      1.00        49,444          49,444          49,444       1.00            49,444
  Graphics Designer - FT                   77,672        88,197        44,099      2.00        88,197          88,197          44,099       2.00            88,197
  Graphics Designer - PT                   78,898
  Info. Development Specialist            263,292       261,236        64,459      4.00       258,410        258,410           64,738       3.00           194,708
  Coordinator, Info. Development           62,115        65,288        65,568      1.00        65,712         65,712           65,853       1.00            66,017
  Document Services Supervisor             44,328        45,184        45,184      1.00        45,184         45,184           45,184       1.00            45,184
  Copy Center Operator                     15,298        15,556        31,111      0.50        15,556         15,556           31,111       0.50            15,556
  Center Mail Services Clerk               42,555        43,121        45,442      1.00        45,586         45,586           45,639       1.00            45,804
  Mail Services Clerk                      15,298        15,556        31,111      0.50        15,556         15,556           31,111       0.50            15,556
  Manager, Market Analysis                 83,916        84,898        84,898      1.00        84,898         84,898           84,898       1.00            84,898
  Senior Research Analyst                  65,155        66,023        66,023      1.00        66,023         66,023           66,023       1.00            66,023
  Senior Research Analyst                  68,074        69,301        69,301      1.00        69,301         69,301           69,301       1.00            69,301
  Research Assistant                       42,083
  Web Service Coordinator/Librarian        78,454        60,836        76,045      0.80        60,836          60,836
  Web Coordinator                                                                                                              58,364       1.00            58,364

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                                     08/09       09/10                      10/11                              10/11                       11/12
                                     Actual      Actual           ---------Budget----------                     Est              ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total       Total       Base            Pos           Total               Total        Base            Pos           Total




  Fringe Benefits                   $   1,095,574 $     1,001,825                         $    804,392     $    804,392                             $      858,852
  Workers' Compensation                     1,142           2,652
  Capitalized Fringe/Labor                (17,178)         (3,701)
  Longevity Premium                                                                             10,075            10,075                                       626
  Unscheduled Overtime                     18,592           4,509                               15,446            15,446                                    15,667
  On-Call Marketing Interns
  Limited Term Video Specialist                           19,094                                 22,734           22,734
  Limited Term Employment                                  3,855                                 39,167           39,167                                      9,167
  Budget Reduction                                                               (0.68)         (64,710)         (64,710)

  Total                             $   3,316,985   $   2,983,805                30.72    $   2,767,701    $   2,767,701                   32.10    $    2,861,738




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                                         Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total


Advertising Production               $     126,364   $     124,864   $     110,000   $      119,826   $     120,000         9.09%          8.57%
Professional & Technical                    33,897          52,936          30,105           30,105          30,707         2.00%          2.19%
Consumer Research                           60,489          71,822          68,500           68,500                      -100.00%          0.00%
Temporary Help                               8,948           1,026           8,479            3,000           8,212        -3.15%          0.59%
Software Maintenance                        53,243          52,447          53,419           53,419          54,487         2.00%          3.89%
Photocopier Maint - Doc Svcs                44,493          23,690          32,464           32,464          33,113         2.00%          2.37%
Copy Center Bindery Services                 2,932                                                                                         0.00%
Other Services                              40,000          41,393          35,427           35,427          36,136        2.00%           2.58%
Graphics Materials                           9,873          13,307          10,095           10,095          10,297        2.00%           0.74%
Schedules                                  217,642         166,483         172,748          172,748         173,000        0.15%          12.36%
Office Supplies                             12,305          11,781           9,734            9,734           9,929        2.00%           0.71%
Other Materials                             11,068          10,268           3,000            3,000           3,060        2.00%           0.22%
Library Materials                            2,640                                                                                         0.00%
Postage                                     69,294          34,474          80,400           80,400          79,008        -1.73%          5.64%
E&D Materials & Services                    11,598                                                                                         0.00%
LEP Research                                33,292          22,073          85,000           85,000                      -100.00%          0.00%
Doc Services Supplies                       32,131          28,705          28,040           28,040          24,601       -12.26%          1.76%
Promotions                                 240,644         166,541         205,000          214,826         144,000       -29.76%         10.29%
Schedule Books & Map                        11,122          24,707          15,560           15,560          12,871       -17.28%          0.92%
Outreach                                   144,022          41,401         130,000          139,826          57,285       -55.93%          4.09%
Vanpool Shuttles                            36,696          45,240          50,000           50,000          51,000         2.00%          3.64%
Customer Information Materials               4,660              25          20,306           20,306          10,712       -47.25%          0.77%
Sales Programs                              35,332          14,595          16,632           16,632          16,965         2.00%          1.21%
On-Street Customer Information             174,872         219,305         180,658          180,658         183,271         1.45%         13.09%
ADA Customer Information                                                                                                                   0.00%
Telephone                                   24,237          23,597          26,731           26,731          27,266        2.00%           1.95%
Dues & Subscriptions                         7,122          16,600           8,280            8,280           8,446        2.00%           0.60%
Chamber Dues/Fees                           11,180           8,262           9,414            9,414           9,602        2.00%           0.69%
Local Travel & Meetings                      1,814             874           4,004            4,004           4,084        2.00%           0.29%
Education & Training                         4,208           4,140           7,000            7,000           7,140        2.00%           0.51%
Phone Directory Listings                    11,631           1,653           2,500            2,500           2,550        2.00%           0.18%
PDC/LTMA Digital Display Cell Comm                                          30,000            6,000           6,000       -80.00%          0.43%
Media Fees                                  96,329         132,633         104,326          104,327         264,000       153.05%         18.86%
Web Software                                                                12,000           12,000          12,240        2.00%           0.87%

                                     $   1,574,076   $   1,354,843   $   1,549,822   $    1,549,822   $   1,399,982        -9.67%       100.00%


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Department Summary     COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - CUSTOMER SERVICE

                                         Actual                     Budget               Estimate            Budget          % Change          % of
                                08/09              09/10            10/11                 10/11              11/12          FY11- FY12       Dept. Total

Personal Services          $      2,590,124   $     2,633,127   $        2,493,109   $     2,493,109    $      2,526,837             1.35%          85.98%
Materials & Services                317,812           385,586              403,807           403,807             411,883             2.00%          14.02%

Total                      $      2,907,937   $     3,018,714   $        2,896,916   $     2,896,916    $      2,938,720             1.44%         100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                              Activities:

The Customer Service Department works to retain riders by giving customers                         Building Communities
accurate information, listening to and acting on their concerns and providing an                    - Fulfillment for customer information materials.
extra measure of personal attention when special events or service disruptions                      - Intake complaints, commendations and suggestions.
occur, live operator and trip planning assistance, processes agency complaints
and fulfills all pass and ticket orders for the agency.

Activities:                                                                                  Performance Measures:

   Safety Awareness                                                                               Meet SIP response and targets.
    - Observe and follow proper protocols for customers and co-workers.
                                                                                                   Assure maximum performance of customer service technical systems,
   Building Ridership                                                                              503-238-RIDE, and web trip planning by routinely auditing for technical
    - Trip planning/how-to-ride safely.                                                             improvements, using current best practices and leading edge information.
    - Multi-language translation services.
                                                                                                   Maintain answer rate at 90% or better and average hold time to less than
    - Field trip coordination.
                                                                                                    one minute.
    - Field Outreach contact for delays and re-routes, special events, internal
      and external volunteers for special events (Ask Me Duty/Ride Guides).
                                                                                                   Maintain maximum in-line wait times at TTO to five (5) minutes during
    - Customer Service training for operators and other TriMet employees.                           peak times.
   Building Communities                                                                           Respond to 99% of sales orders within one business day.
    - Special needs/Honored Citizen Program.
    - Pass and ticket sales at TTO.
    - Inventory/distribution of passes/tickets to employers and retail
      outlets.
    - Pass by mail, annual pass, Legacy Employer Program and on-
      line sales.




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BUD1 Personal Services       COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - CUSTOMER SERVICE
                                          08/09       09/10                    10/11                                     10/11                           11/12
                                          Actual     Actual          ---------Budget----------                            Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total       Total       Base          Pos           Total                      Total            Base            Pos           Total



  Director, Customer Service              $     92,816     $     94,524     $   94,524     1.00    $      94,524     $      94,524    $      94,524       1.00   $        94,524
  Manager, Quality Assurance                    75,738
  Manager, Customer Programs                    71,630           73,122         73,122     1.00           73,122            73,122           73,122       1.00            73,122
  Cust. Service Admin. Specialist               48,921           49,757         49,757     1.00           49,757            49,757           49,757       1.00            49,757
  On-Street Cust. Service Coordinator           51,077           51,553         51,553     1.00           51,553            51,553           51,553       1.00            51,553
  Supv, TriMet Ticket Office                    64,830           67,582         66,166     1.00           66,310            66,310           66,453       1.00            66,617
  TriMet Ticket Office Assist Supv              57,754           60,348         60,587     1.00           60,731            60,731           60,850       1.00            61,014
  Customer Service Specialist                  485,861          500,286         55,327    10.00          554,711           554,711           55,567      10.00           557,317
  Customer Service Representative              214,032          213,457         55,907     4.00          224,205           224,205           56,150       4.00           225,257
  Supervisor, Cust. Service Center              65,976           62,940         65,294     1.00           65,438            65,438           65,577       1.00            65,742
  Customer Service Trip Planner                193,620          199,128         39,968     6.00          240,671           240,671           40,141       5.00           201,529
  Manager, Customer Satisfaction                70,917           72,391         72,391     1.00           72,391            72,391           72,391       1.00            72,391
  Field Out. & Comm. Rel. Rep. - PT             40,832           20,374         27,165     0.75           20,374            20,374           27,165       0.75            20,374
  Field Out. & Comm. Rel. Rep. - PT             19,989           19,904         26,538     0.75           19,904            19,904           26,538       0.75            19,904
  Field Out. & Comm. Rel. Rep. - PT             17,886           19,904         26,538     0.75           19,904            19,904           26,538       0.75            19,904
  On-Street Program Assistant                   28,870           35,891         35,891     1.00           35,891            35,891           35,891       1.00            35,891


  Fringe Benefits                             1,011,255        1,086,447                                 861,119           861,119                                       817,886
  Capitalized Fringe/Labor                      (37,503)          (1,310)
  Workers' Compensation                           4,904               25                                  19,000            19,000                                        23,192
  Longevity Premium                                                                                        6,786             6,786                                         7,969
  Unscheduled Overtime                          10,719             6,803                                   6,814             6,814                                        57,166
  Extra Service Pay                                                                                                                                                        4,684
  Premium Pay                                                                                               1,030            1,030                                         1,045
  Budget Reduction                                                                        (0.75)          (51,124)         (51,124)

  Total                                   $   2,590,124    $   2,633,127                  30.50        $2,493,109    $   2,493,109                       30.25   $     2,526,837




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BUD2 Materials & Services    COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY - CUSTOMER SERVICE

                                        Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category              08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Uniforms                            $       1,819   $       1,374   $       2,655   $        1,330   $       2,655         0.00%          0.64%
Temporary Help                                                                500              500             500         0.00%          0.12%
Equipment Maintenance                         568             720           2,063              800           2,063         0.00%          0.50%
CAO Office Maintenance                     30,455          36,211          31,377           31,377          32,005         2.00%          7.77%
Other Services                             61,119          30,784          40,404           40,404          36,091       -10.67%          8.76%
Tickets & Passes                          124,157         202,267         220,000          220,000         224,400         2.00%         54.48%
Office Supplies                            11,672          10,460          10,823           10,823          11,039         2.00%          2.68%
Other Materials                            14,024          23,017          17,238           20,250          22,583        31.01%          5.48%
Postage                                    16,031          18,343          15,700           16,000          17,014         8.37%          4.13%
On Street Customer Service                 15,817          22,708          19,100           19,100          19,482         2.00%          4.73%
Telephone                                  39,408          37,811          38,726           39,000          38,726         0.00%          9.40%
Dues & Subscriptions                                          174             285              250             291         2.11%          0.07%
Local Travel & Meetings                       219              26                                                                         0.00%
Education & Training                        1,707           1,692           3,573            3,573           3,644        1.99%           0.88%
Customer Service Training                     819                           1,363              400           1,390        1.98%           0.34%

                                    $     317,812   $     385,586   $     403,807   $      403,807   $     411,883        2.00%         100.00%




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BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - COMMUNICATIONS & TECHNOLOGY

    Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                 Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09            09/10             10/11                                                    11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                    Administration
$      453,520   $      408,619   $      426,146        Personal Services                 $       442,468   $       442,468
        42,855           78,962           66,175        Materials & Services                       67,499            67,499
$      496,375   $      487,580   $      492,321         Department Total                 $       509,967   $       509,967
                                                    Operating Projects
$      458,718   $      506,980   $      560,109         Materials & Services             $       420,795   $       420,795
$      458,718   $      506,980   $      560,109         Projects Total                   $       420,795   $       420,795
                                                    Organization Development
$      335,244   $      324,831   $      347,404         Personal Services                $       354,291   $       354,291
        68,645           23,603           54,300         Materials & Services                      55,386            55,386
$      403,889   $      348,434   $      401,704         Department Total                 $       409,677   $       409,677
                                                    Information Technology
$    5,841,671   $    5,666,639   $     5,243,615        Personal Services                $     5,304,630   $     5,304,630
     1,622,404        1,209,037         1,381,487        Materials & Services                   1,484,117         1,484,117
$    7,464,075   $    6,875,675   $     6,625,102        Department Total                 $     6,788,747   $     6,788,747
                                                    Marketing
$    3,316,985   $    2,983,805   $     2,767,701       Personal Services                 $     2,861,738   $     2,861,738
     1,574,076        1,354,843         1,549,822       Materials & Services                    1,399,982         1,399,982
$    4,891,061   $    4,338,648   $     4,317,523        Department Total                 $     4,261,720   $     4,261,720
                                                  Customer Service
$    2,590,124   $    2,633,127   $     2,493,109      Personal Services                  $     2,526,837   $     2,526,837
       317,812          385,586           403,807      Materials & Services                       411,883           411,883
$    2,907,937   $    3,018,714   $     2,896,916        Department Total                 $     2,938,720   $     2,938,720
                                                    Division Total
$   12,537,544   $   12,017,021   $    11,277,976        Personal Services                $    11,489,964   $    11,489,964
     4,084,512        3,559,011         4,015,700        Materials & Services                   3,839,662         3,839,662
$   16,622,055   $   15,576,031   $    15,293,676 Total Communications & Technology       $    15,329,626   $    15,329,626




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Division Summary            FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

                                                        Actual                                Budget              Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
                                            08/09                    09/10                    10/11                10/11            11/12        FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                    $        6,265,101       $        4,485,868       $        4,281,633     $     4,281,633   $    4,388,886          2.50%          48.96%
Materials & Services                          5,487,267                3,673,856                3,826,828           4,054,534        4,575,845         19.57%          51.04%

Total                                $      11,752,366        $        8,159,724       $        8,108,461     $     8,336,167   $    8,964,731         10.56%         100.00%



                                                                                                     Page
Finance & Administration Division
    Division Summary................................................................................ 85
    Administration...................................................................................... 86
    Financial Services ............................................................................... 89
    Financial Analysis & Grants Administration ........................................ 92
    Risk Management ................................................................................. 95
    Procurement & Contracts ..................................................................... 98
    Fare Revenue...................................................................................... 101




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Department Summary      FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRATION

                                            Actual                     Budget             Estimate            Budget          % Change           % of
                                   08/09              09/10            10/11               10/11              11/12          FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services             $       332,255   $        260,900   $       276,967    $       276,967     $      280,443             1.26%           22.11%
Materials & Services                2,033,080          1,063,503           947,473            944,536            988,200             4.30%           77.89%

Total                         $     2,365,334   $      1,324,403   $     1,224,440    $     1,221,503    $      1,268,643            3.61%          100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                             Performance Measures - continued:

The Finance & Administration Division is responsible for managing agency                               Accurate and timely communication of financial issues with General
financial activities, assuring effective financial controls and planning for future                     Manager and Board.
financial requirements. Activities in support of these responsibilities include:
                                                                                                       Publication of accurate and timely agency financial reports with no
   Budget preparation and monitoring.                                                                  material audit findings.
   Financial analysis and forecasting.
   Accounting for agency assets and activities.                                                       Enforcement of appropriate financial controls to assure safety of
   Payroll and related functions.                                                                      District assets.
   Cash management and investments.                                                                   Publication of annual District budget consistent with state law, and
   Debt management and compliance.                                                                     assurance of ongoing compliance.
   Contracts and procurement.
                                                                                                       Implementation of debt and lease programs to meet agency capital
   Grants administration and reporting.
                                                                                                        needs.
   Capital Planning and project financing.
   Workers Compensation program.                                                                      Enforcement of procurement and contracting process consistent with
   Public Liability claims and agency risk management.                                                 Board policy and FTA requirements.
   Defined benefit pension plan accounting and oversight.
                                                                                                       Establishment of appropriate risk management programs, including
   Deferred compensation (457)plan and defined contribution (401a) plan
                                                                                                        commercial and self-insurance.
    management and oversight.
                                                                                                       Accurate reporting of District Defined Benefit pension plan assets and
                                                                                                        liabilities and oversight of plans.
Performance Measures:                                                                                  Management of agency’s deferred compensation plan and defined
                                                                                                        contribution plan to assure compliance with fiduciary duties.
        Enforcement of appropriate financial controls to assure safety of
         District assets.



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BUD1 Personal Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRATION
                                     08/09       09/10                       10/11                           10/11                          11/12
                                     Actual      Actual            ---------Budget ----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total       Total         Base           Pos            Total           Total           Base            Pos           Total



  Executive Director               $     236,272   $    155,596   $    155,596     1.00   $    155,596   $     155,596   $    155,598        1.00    $      155,598
  Executive Assistant                     57,027         58,339         58,339     1.00         58,339          58,339         58,339        1.00            58,339



  Fringe Benefits                         38,883         46,965                                 63,032          63,032                                       66,507
  Workers' Compensation                       73

  Total                            $     332,255   $    260,900                    2.00   $    276,967   $     276,967                       2.00    $      280,443




                                                                             Page 87
BUD2 Materials & Services   FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - ADMINISTRATION

                                          Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
         Expense Category                 08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Professional & Technical              $   1,225,290   $     178,328   $      79,998   $       79,550   $     122,539       53.18%          12.40%
Temporary Help                                                                                                                              0.00%
Office Equipment Service                                                        250                              250         0.00%          0.03%
Other Services                                5,530           2,425           1,000            2,000           2,000       100.00%          0.20%
Office Supplies                               1,778           1,694             500              403             403       -19.40%          0.04%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                                                   500                                       -100.00%          0.00%
Other Materials                               1,596           1,374           3,000            1,358           1,358       -54.73%          0.14%
Telephone                                       766             677             925              925           1,000         8.11%          0.10%
Phys. Damage/Property/Casualty Insur.       431,320         524,374         496,900          496,900         500,000         0.62%         50.60%
Railroad Liability Insur:Steel Bridge       136,924         125,687         130,000          130,000         132,600         2.00%         13.42%
Excess Liability Insurance                  222,781         225,804         225,000          225,000         205,000        -8.89%         20.74%
Dues & Subscriptions                            769           1,050             650            1,050           1,050        61.54%          0.11%
Local Travel & Meetings                         279             196             250              600           1,000       300.00%          0.10%
Education & Training                                             95           1,000               60           1,500        50.00%          0.15%
Out-of-Town Travel                            6,046           1,800           7,500            6,690          19,500       160.00%          1.97%

Total                                $    2,033,080   $   1,063,503   $     947,473   $      944,536   $     988,200        4.30%        100.00%




                                                                               Page 88
Department Summary      FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL SERVICES

                                           Actual                    Budget            Estimate           Budget           % Change            % of
                                   08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services              $    1,537,119   $    2,260,238   $    2,113,487    $     2,113,487   $      2,214,662             4.79%             59.48%
Materials & Services                   68,298          585,517          851,759          1,143,759          1,508,794            77.14%             40.52%

Total                          $    1,605,416   $    2,845,755   $    2,965,246    $     3,257,246   $      3,723,456            25.57%            100.00%



   Responsibility:
                                                                                         Performance Measures:
   The Financial Services Department is responsible for the day-to-day financial
   activities of TriMet. The department combines the following major functions:             There should be no material audit findings generated by TriMet’s annual
                                                                                             external audit.
       Accounting.
       Payroll and pension.                                                                Monthly financial reports should be prepared in a timely manner.
       Money Room.
                                                                                            Payroll and pension payments should be processed accurately and in a
   Activities:                                                                               timely manner.

       Financial reporting.                                                                 Cash and asset management controls are in place and operating effectively.
       Grant accounting and compliance.
       Development and evaluation of self insurance reserves.
       Capital asset accounting.
       Cash management, investing and cash flow analysis.
       Accounts Receivable and revenue accounting.
       Accounts Payable and disbursements.
       Payroll and pension processing.
       Pension accounting.
       Employee benefit accounting.
       Federal and State tax reporting.
       Wage assignments and attachments.
       Collect, count and deposit fare receipts.




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BUD1 Personal Services   FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL SERVICES
                                    08/09       09/10                         10/11                           10/11                          11/12
                                    Actual      Actual              ---------Budget----------                  Est                 ---------Budget----------
   Position Title                    Total      Total          Base            Pos           Total            Total           Base            Pos           Total



   Director, Financial Services  $      106,954    $    108,931    $   108,931     1.00   $    108,931    $    108,931    $    108,931        1.00    $      108,931
   Manager, Accounting                  101,086         102,959        102,959     1.00        102,959         102,959         102,959        1.00           102,959
   Sr Accountant-Cash Management         56,465          49,027         70,000     1.00         70,000          70,000          70,261        1.00            70,261
   Grants Accountant                     58,569          59,654         59,654     1.00         59,654          59,654          59,654        1.00            59,654
   Revenue Accountant                    43,918          44,725         44,725     1.00         44,725          44,725          44,725        1.00            44,725
   Financial Accountant                  51,596          52,555         52,555     1.00         52,555          52,555          52,555        1.00            52,555
   Financial Accountant-Pension                          52,555         52,555     1.00         52,555          52,555          54,706        1.00            54,706
   Finance Assistant                     40,277          40,382         40,382     1.00         40,382          40,382          40,382        1.00            40,382
   Senior Accounts Payable Clerk         59,163          59,945         62,048     1.00         62,192          62,192          62,317        1.00            62,481
   Finance Clerk (Accounting)           102,478         107,148         55,396     2.00        111,080         111,080          55,637        2.00           111,602
   Senior Payroll Clerk                 120,718         121,985         62,048     2.00        124,383         124,383          62,317        2.00           124,963
   Finance Clerk (Payroll)              152,822         124,159         55,396     2.00        111,080         111,080          55,637        2.00           111,602
   Timekeeper                            82,507          91,510         70,549     1.50        106,040         106,040          70,856        1.50           106,530
   Money Room Supervisor                                 83,343         72,735     1.00         72,878          72,878          73,050        1.20            87,858
   Money Room Clerk                                     357,578         65,611     4.00        263,018         263,018          65,895        4.80           317,086

   Fringe Benefits                      504,278         725,623                                614,105         614,105                                       634,099
   Workers' Compensation                    501                                                 20,000          20,000                                        24,413
   Longevity Premium                                                                            12,980          12,980                                        14,686
   Unscheduled Overtime                  55,787          79,771                                 83,969          83,969                                        85,170
   Capitalized Labor/Fringe                              (1,613)

   Total                          $    1,537,119   $   2,260,238                  21.50   $   2,113,487   $   2,113,487                      22.50    $    2,214,662




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BUD2 Materials & Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL SERVICES

                                         Actual          Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10            10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Accounting:
Professional & Technical             $       2,741                    $      10,000   $       10,000   $      10,000          0.00%          0.66%
Banking Charges                                 (6) $            1
Temporary Help                              10,682          29,581           17,559           16,000          15,000        -14.57%          0.99%
Other Services                              17,363         (11,707)          18,000           17,000          15,000        -16.67%          0.99%
Office Supplies                             10,640           8,419           10,000           11,000          12,000         20.00%          0.80%
Other Materials                             16,482           5,477           10,000            9,000          10,000          0.00%          0.66%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                4,322                                             2,000           1,510                         0.10%
Telephone                                    2,500           2,205            2,500            2,000           2,500          0.00%          0.17%
Dues & Subscriptions                         2,822           1,605            2,000            2,000           3,000         50.00%          0.20%
Local Travel & Meetings                        515             522                               559                                         0.00%
Education & Training                           236             475            2,500            3,000          50,000       1900.00%          3.31%
Out-of-Town Travel                                                                                            30,000                         1.99%
Fines and Penalties                                          2,036                                                                           0.00%

Sub-Total Accounting:                       68,297          38,613           72,559           72,559         149,010

Revenue Processing:
Banking Charges                                            393,879          612,000          900,000        1,189,240        94.32%         78.82%
Money Transport                                             13,653           12,000           18,600           20,000        66.67%          1.33%
Ticket Vending & Servicing                                 126,670          140,000          140,000          140,000         0.00%          9.28%
Laundry                                                        632              700              600              700         0.00%          0.05%
Other Services                                               2,858            5,000            3,000            3,000       -40.00%          0.20%
Office Supplies                                              4,272            5,000            2,000            3,000       -40.00%          0.20%
Telephone                                                    2,351            3,500            1,000            1,500       -57.14%          0.10%
Other Materials                                              2,590            1,000            6,000            2,344       134.40%          0.16%

Sub-Total Revenue Processing:                              546,904          779,200        1,071,200        1,359,784

Total                                $      68,298   $     585,517    $     851,759   $    1,143,759   $    1,508,794        77.14%        100.00%




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Department Summary        FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & GRANTS ADMINISTRATION

                                                Actual                         Budget               Estimate             Budget              % Change                % of
                                      08/09                09/10               10/11                 10/11               11/12              FY11- FY12             Dept. Total

Personal Services              $         472,608     $        485,131      $      440,141   $           440,141     $         448,978                 2.01%                  18.39%
Materials & Services                   1,867,339            1,886,424           1,929,821             1,865,455             1,992,518                 3.25%                  81.61%

Total                          $       2,339,947     $      2,371,554      $    2,369,962   $         2,305,596     $       2,441,496                 3.02%                  100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                                 Performance Measures:
The Financial Analysis & Grants Administration Department is responsible for six
                                                                                                     Financial forecast document and budget manual prepared by mid-December each
major functions: Agency financial forecasting and budgeting, performance reporting and                year to begin the budget process. Includes revenue and ridership forecasts based on
analysis, fare revenue analysis, grants administration, debt planning and issuance, and               best available information.
financial planning and grant administration for regional elderly and disabled
transportation program.                                                                              Communication with senior management regarding financial forecast and
                                                                                                      budgetary implications throughout the year .
Activities:                                                                                          Budget document completed annually on schedule to meet Oregon budget law
    Financial forecasting and analysis.                                                              requirements.
    Budget preparation.
    New Starts financials.                                                                          Accurate and topical analysis of monthly performance statistics and delivered
                                                                                                      monthly to Board.
    Grant applications and grants management.
    Debt planning and issuance.                                                                     Initiate grant submittal process within 48 hours for formula grants.
    Passenger revenue analysis and forecasting..
                                                                                                     Seek grant opportunities weekly and forward opportunities to appropriate staff.
    Capital Improvement Plan preparation.                                                            Follow-up and assist staff with grant production if needed.
    Monthly Performance Report and Dashboard.
    Special Transportation Fund Advisory Committee.                                                 Respond to such information/analysis requests from colleagues within 24 hours
    Ride Connection contract management.                                                             with an estimate of when the analysis can be completed.
    Financial planning for regional Elderly and Disabled transportation                             New Starts Financial Forecast and Operating and Maintenance reports completed
    Miscellaneous costing, legislative and statistical analysis.                                     as required by deadlines.
    National Transit Database coordination and submission.
    Continuing disclosure.                                                                          Elderly and Disabled Transportation Plan updated every three years. Maintain
                                                                                                      good relations with regional partners and citizens involved in E&D transportation.
                                                                                                     Assist in the production of bond official statements and complete required
                                                                                                      continuing disclosure for bond issues on time each year.




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BUD1 Personal Services       FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & GRANTS ADMINISTRATION
                                       08/09       09/10                        10/11                10/11                                11/12
                                       Actual      Actual             ---------Budget----------       Est                       ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total       Total        Base            Pos           Total Total                 Base            Pos            Total



  Director, Financial Analysis      $    119,610   $   121,814    $   121,814       1.00   $   121,814   $   121,814   $    121,814         1.00   $       121,814
  Senior Financial Analyst - PT           57,417        58,474         77,966       0.75        58,474        58,474         77,966         0.75            58,474
  Senior Financial Analyst                76,553        77,966         77,966       1.00        77,966        77,966         77,966         1.00            77,966
  Finance Administrator                   71,079        72,388         77,214       0.94        72,388        72,388         77,214         0.94            72,388



  Fringe Benefits                        147,831       156,931                                 109,498       109,498                                       118,335
  Workers' Compensation                      118
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                              (2,442)

  Total                             $    472,608   $   485,131                      3.69   $   440,141   $   440,141                        3.69   $       448,978




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BUD2 Materials & Services   FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FINANCIAL ANALYSIS & GRANTS ADMINISTRATION

                                         Actual          Actual             Budget             Estimate         Budget          % Change        % of
         Expense Category                08/09           09/10              10/11               10/11           11/12          FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Economic Forecasts                   $      39,823   $      10,000      $      10,000      $       23,000   $      23,000          130.00%          1.15%
Ridership Counts & Surveys                 134,974          88,491              7,500               7,500          31,750          323.33%          1.59%
RideWise                                                   341,453            432,000             432,000         477,302           10.49%         23.95%
Ride Connection                            428,283         952,399            980,000             980,000       1,013,000            3.37%         50.84%
Accessibility Services -STF                323,475          10,853                                                                                  0.00%
Accessibility Services-New Freedom         910,305         464,995            497,491             420,000         444,579          -10.64%         22.31%
Other Services                              19,883           8,221              1,800               1,800           1,836            2.00%          0.09%
Office Supplies                                                                   400                 400             408            2.00%          0.02%
Other Materials                              9,908           9,315                                                                                  0.00%
Telephone                                      490             474                   630              630                643        2.00%           0.03%
Dues & Subscriptions                            68              32                                                                                  0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                        102                                                    125                                           0.00%
Education & Training                            27                190                                                                               0.00%

Total                                $   1,867,339   $   1,886,424      $   1,929,821      $    1,865,455   $   1,992,518           3.25%        100.00%




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Department Summary     FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - RISK MANAGEMENT

                                      Actual                    Budget             Estimate           Budget           % Change           % of
                              08/09            09/10            10/11               10/11             11/12           FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services         $      507,683   $      485,692   $      466,637     $       466,637    $        476,657            2.15%            93.92%
Materials & Services              33,821           47,721           30,275              32,284              30,881            2.00%             6.08%

Total                     $      541,504   $      533,414   $      496,912     $       498,921    $        507,538            2.14%           100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                         Performance Measures:

The Risk Management Department is responsible for managing the Workers’                 Workers’ Compensation Program
Compensation Program, the Light Duty Program and the Liability Claims areas.
                                                                                             Immediately address all situations of safety concern.
Workers’ Compensation Program
                                                                                             Assure the prudent allocation of agency resources in a manner that
Light Duty Program                                                                            optimally addresses risks and exposures.

Liability Claims
                                                                                        Light Duty Program
   Claim management.
   Claim investigation.                                                                     Provide work for as many employees as possible.
   Claim determination.
   Claim subrogation.                                                                       Meet all reporting requirements to qualify for reimbursement from the State
   Claim reporting.                                                                          of Oregon for wage and job site modifications.
   Litigation management.

                                                                                        Liability Claims

                                                                                             The number of new liability claims, each month on average, should be
                                                                                              equal to or less than the number of liability claims closed each month.

                                                                                             Assure the prudent allocation of agency resources in a manner that
                                                                                              optimally addresses risk and exposure.




                                                                               Page 95
BUD1 Personal Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - RISK MANAGEMENT
                                          08/09        09/10                    10/11                           10/11                        11/12
                                         Actual        Actual         ---------Budget ----------                 Est               ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total         Total     Base           Pos            Total           Total           Base           Pos           Total



  Mgr, Workers' Comp & Liability Claims $      87,673   $    89,283     $   89,283    1.00   $     89,283   $      89,283   $      89,283       1.00    $     89,283
  Claims Adjuster                              68,665        69,990         69,990    1.00         69,990          69,990          69,990       1.00          69,990
  Claims Adjuster                              69,110        70,115         70,115    1.00         70,115          70,115          70,115       1.00          70,115
  Claims Coordinator                           58,714        63,893         63,893    1.00         63,893          63,893          63,893       1.00          63,893
  Secretary II                                 40,692        41,280         41,280    1.00         41,280          41,280          41,280       1.00          41,280



  Fringe Benefits                             163,222       156,878                               128,077        128,077                                     137,214
  Unscheduled Overtime                            101
  Workers' Compensation                        19,506         (5,747)                               4,000           4,000                                      4,883

  Total                                 $     507,683   $   485,692                   5.00   $    466,637   $    466,637                        5.00    $    476,657




                                                                            Page 96
BUD2 Materials & Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - RISK MANAGEMENT

                                       Actual             Actual             Budget             Estimate             Budget          % Change       % of
          Expense Category             08/09              09/10              10/11               10/11               11/12          FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Insurance Fees - Adjustor          $          84      $          42                                                                                     0.00%
Claims Services                            1,708                498      $        1,700     $         1,700      $        1,734          2.00%          5.62%
Temporary Help                               738             11,709                 800                 800                 816          2.00%          2.64%
Other Services                            25,049             28,144              23,000              23,775              23,460          2.00%         75.97%
Office Supplies                            4,792              5,072               2,000               4,000               2,040          2.00%          6.61%
Other Materials                                                  28                 366                 100                 373          2.00%          1.21%
Telephone                                       623             944               1,309               1,309               1,335          2.00%          4.32%
Dues & Subscriptions                            597           1,070                 600                 100                 612          2.00%          1.98%
Local Travel & Meetings                                                                                                                                 0.00%
Education & Training                            230                215                500                  500                510        2.00%          1.65%

Total                              $      33,821      $      47,721      $       30,275     $        32,284      $       30,881          2.00%       100.00%




                                                                                  Page 97
Department Summary      FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - PROCUREMENT & CONTRACTS

                                           Actual                       Budget            Estimate            Budget           % Change            % of
                                  08/09              09/10              10/11              10/11              11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services            $       944,759    $       993,906    $       984,402    $        984,402    $       968,145             -1.65%            94.58%
Materials & Services                  57,649             90,692             67,500              68,500             55,453            -17.85%             5.42%

Total                        $      1,002,408   $      1,084,598   $      1,051,902   $       1,052,902   $     1,023,598             -2.69%           100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                           Performance Measures - continued:

The Procurement & Contracts Department is responsible for two major                             -    Proactive assistance to District project managers with ongoing
sections.                                                                                            administration of active contracts to insure continuing compliance with
                                                                                                     original terms and conditions, as well as most current regulatory and
                                                                                                     audit standards.
Contracts
                                                                                          Purchasing
Activities:
                                                                                          Activities:
   Assist District project managers with submission of timely contract
    requests, structuring of solicitation processes (when required), formulation               Procurement of District operational inventory (vehicle parts) and collateral
    of contract documents and follow-up contract compliance and                                 supplies. Purchase of fuel products, office products and other agency
    administration.                                                                             operating supplies. Disposal of District surplus property.

Performance Measures:                                                                     Performance Measures:

   Timely facilitation of District business as signified by the following:                    Effective use of alternative sourcing and annual supply agreements to
    -  Timely execution of all forecasted new contracting actions and                           achieve price structures which are favorable in comparison to recognized
       expected contract extensions. Department personnel will proactively                      industry or commodity price indices.
       assist District project managers with annual review and forecasting of
       procurement actions.

    -    Maintenance of excellent external customer service reputation related
         to integrity of contract award process and fostering of opportunities for
         disadvantaged, minority, women-owned and small businesses.




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BUD1 Personal Services       FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - PROCUREMENT & CONTRACTS
                                          08/09       09/10                      10/11                             10/11                          11/12
                                         Actual       Actual           ---------Budget----------                    Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total        Total      Base            Pos           Total              Total           Base            Pos            Total



  Director, Procurement & Contracts     $      97,915    $    90,443     $   135,720   0.50     $    67,860    $     67,860    $    140,940         0.50    $       70,470
  Manager, Purchasing                          87,727         90,243          90,243   1.00          90,243          90,243          90,243         1.00            90,243
  Senior Buyer                                197,041        214,621          65,769   3.00         197,739         197,739          66,055         2.00           132,438
  Buyer                                                                                                                              63,152         1.00            63,316
  Manager, Contracts                           92,477         94,273          94,273   1.00          94,273          94,273          94,273         1.00            94,273
  Contract Administrator III                   53,070         51,451          54,037   1.00          54,037          54,037          66,649         1.00            66,649
  Contract Administrator III                   65,286         66,482          66,482   1.00          66,482          66,482          66,482         1.00            66,482
  Contract Administrator III                   62,100         64,644          64,644   1.00          64,644          64,644          64,644         1.00            64,644
  Coordinator, Procurement & Admin            107,869        109,850          54,925   2.00         109,850         109,850          54,925         2.00           109,850
  Insurance Administrator                                                     78,279   0.25          19,570          19,570



  Fringe Benefits                             327,994         349,175                               266,646         266,646                                        294,537
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                   (160,314)       (149,091)                 (1.00)       (84,114)        (84,114)                       (1.00)          (91,648)
  Workers' Compensation                           330
  Longevity Premium                                                                                  12,841           12,841                                          6,890
  Unscheduled Overtime                         13,264         11,816

  Total                                 $     944,759    $   993,906                   9.75     $   984,402    $    984,402                         9.50    $      968,145




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BUD2 Materials & Services   FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - PROCUREMENT & CONTRACTS

                                        Actual             Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget          % Change        % of
         Expense Category               08/09              09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12          FY11-FY12     M & S Total



OMWESB                              $            731   $         127                                                                            0.00%
Office Equipment Service & Repair                                 49                                                                            0.00%
Photocopier Maintenance                    21,153             56,178   $      35,000   $       35,000   $      30,000          -14.29%         54.10%
Other Services                             29,534             26,756          25,000           25,000          20,000          -20.00%         36.07%
Procurement Advertising                       288                537             500            1,000             400          -20.00%          0.72%
Office Supplies                             1,820              2,110           2,000            1,000           1,000          -50.00%          1.80%
Other Materials                               174                754             500            1,000             400          -20.00%          0.72%
Telephone                                   1,509              1,466           1,500            2,000           1,425           -5.00%          2.57%
Dues & Subscriptions                        3,676              1,829           2,000            3,000           1,600          -20.00%          2.89%
Local Travel & Meetings                    (1,594)               605                                                                            0.00%
Education & Training                          360                280           1,000              500                628       -37.20%          1.13%
Freight                                                                                                                                         0.00%

Total                               $      57,649      $      90,692   $      67,500   $       68,500   $      55,453          -17.85%       100.00%




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Department Summary         FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FARE REVENUE

                                                 Actual                         Budget               Estimate              Budget    % Change        % of
                                      08/09                 09/10               10/11                 10/11                11/12    FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services               $       2,470,677                                                                                          0.00%           0.00%
Materials & Services                    1,427,080                                                                                          0.00%           0.00%

Total                           $       3,897,757                                                                                          0.00%           0.00%


In FY2009-10, Fare Revenue transferred from the Finance & Administration Division to Field Operations in the Operations Division.




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BUD1 Personal Services       FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FARE REVENUE
                                          08/09         09/10                      10/11                  10/11                  11/12
                                          Actual       Actual            ---------Budget----------         Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total         Total       Base            Pos           Total   Total   Base            Pos           Total



  Administration:
  Director, Fare Revenue                 $      65,523
  Manager, Fare Revenue Operations              84,694
  Project Engineer                              76,060

  Fringe Benefits                               38,389
  Workers' Compensation                             46

  Revenue Processing:
  Money Room Supervisor                         68,253
  Money Room Clerk                             312,373

  Fringe Benefits                              184,347
  Workers' Compensation                            208

  Fare Maintenance:
  Supervisor, Fare Equip. Maintenance           67,657
  Assistant Supervisor - MOW                   130,690
  Fare Equip. Maintainer/Apprentice            558,415
  Fare Equip. Maint/Appr-Green Line            196,987

  Fringe Benefits                              522,900
  Workers' Compensation                         14,849

  Unscheduled Overtime                         214,767
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                     (65,481)

  Total                                  $   2,470,677




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BUD2 Materials & Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FARE REVENUE

                                         Actual      Actual      Budget           Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
          Expense Category               08/09       09/10       10/11             10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Administration:
Banking Charges                      $     659,742
Other Services                                 716
Office Supplies                                 65
Telephone                                      448
Dues & Subscriptions                         1,750
Employee Recognition                            72

Sub-Total Administration:                  662,792

Revenue Processing:
Money Transport                              9,841
Ticket Vending & Servicing                 135,104
Laundry                                        655
Other Services                               8,608
Office Supplies                              1,985
Other Materials                              3,125
Telephone                                    1,796

Sub-Total Revenue Processing:              161,113




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BUD2 Materials & Services    FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION - FARE REVENUE

                                          Actual      Actual     Budget           Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
          Expense Category                08/09       09/10      10/11             10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Fare Maintenance:
Contracted Maintenance-Fare Equipment $     108,020
Tickets & Passes                             34,116
Small Hand Tools                                841
Other Materials-Fac/Eq Maint                 10,836
Safety Supplies                               2,926
Maintenance Materials-Fare Equipment        425,367
Telephone                                     1,155
Education & Training                          6,890
Obsolete Inventory                              692
Freight                                       3,931
CDL Renewals                                     56
Rentals                                       8,345

Sub-Total Fare Maintenance:                 603,175

Total                                $    1,427,080




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BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION

    Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                  Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09            09/10             10/11                                                     11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                    Administration
$      332,255   $      260,900   $      276,967        Personal Services                  $       280,443   $       280,443
     2,033,080        1,063,503          947,473        Materials & Services                       988,200           988,200
$    2,365,334   $    1,324,403   $     1,224,440        Department Total                  $     1,268,643   $     1,268,643
                                                    Financial Services
$    1,537,119   $    2,260,238   $     2,113,487        Personal Services                 $     2,214,662   $     2,214,662
        68,298          585,517           851,759        Materials & Services                    1,508,794         1,508,794
$    1,605,416   $    2,845,755   $     2,965,246        Department Total                  $     3,723,456   $     3,723,456
                                                    Financial Analysis
$      472,608   $      485,131   $       440,141        Personal Services                 $       448,978   $       448,978
     1,867,339        1,886,424         1,929,821        Materials & Services                    1,992,518         1,992,518
$    2,339,947   $    2,371,554   $     2,369,962        Department Total                  $     2,441,496   $     2,441,496
                                                    Risk Management
$      507,683   $      485,692   $      466,637         Personal Services                 $       476,657   $       476,657
        33,821           47,721           30,275         Materials & Services                       30,881            30,881
$      541,504   $      533,414   $      496,912         Department Total                  $       507,538   $       507,538
                                                 Procurement & Contracts
$      944,759   $      993,906   $      984,402      Personal Services                    $       968,145   $       968,145
        57,649           90,692           67,500      Materials & Services                          55,453            55,453
$    1,002,408   $    1,084,598   $     1,051,902        Department Total                  $     1,023,598   $     1,023,598
                                                    Fare Revenue
$    2,470,677                                           Personal Services
     1,427,080                                           Materials & Services
$    3,897,757                                           Department Total
                                                    Division Total
$    6,265,101   $    4,485,868   $     4,281,633        Personal Services                 $     4,388,886   $     4,388,886
     5,487,267        3,673,856         3,826,828        Materials & Services                    4,575,845         4,575,845
$   11,752,366   $    8,159,724   $     8,108,461 Total Finance & Administration           $     8,964,731   $     8,964,731




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Division Summary            GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES

                                                          Actual                               Budget              Estimate          Budget        % Change         % of
                                              08/09                    09/10                   10/11                10/11            11/12        FY11 - FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                      $       2,720,676        $        2,689,819       $        2,749,880    $     2,749,880   $    2,828,321           2.85%          78.07%
Materials & Services                          14,581,498                16,138,243                1,127,931            870,182          794,510         -29.56%          21.93%

Total                                  $      17,302,174        $       18,828,062       $        3,877,811    $     3,620,062   $    3,622,830          -6.58%        100.00%




                                                                                                     Page
General Counsel/Human Resources Division
   Division Summary.............................................................................. 107
   Administration.................................................................................... 108
   Legal Services .................................................................................... 111
   Human Resource Services .................................................................. 114




                                                                                                             Page 107
Department Summary      GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - ADMINISTRATION

                                          Actual                     Budget           Estimate           Budget          % Change          % of
                                  08/09            09/10             10/11             10/11             11/12          FY11 - FY12      Dept. Total

Personal Services           $       604,799   $       570,792   $       555,066   $        555,066   $      562,828            1.40%           67.55%
Materials & Services                258,231           243,603           265,047            260,707          270,348            2.00%           32.45%

Total                       $       863,031   $       814,394   $       820,113   $        815,773   $      833,176            1.59%          100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                        Responsibility:

The General Counsel/Human Resources Division is responsible for providing              The Human Resources Administration Department provides Human
professional, competent, responsive and cost-effective assistance to the TriMet        Resources staff with the direction and resources required to meet agency goals
Board and staff and achieving a high level of sustained management excellence          to attract, train and retain a competent diverse workforce.
in resolving the legal, human resources, project and business issues facing the
agency.                                                                                Activities:
Activities:
                                                                                           Professional Development.
   Legal Services.                                                                        Teambuilding.
   Human Resource Administration.                                                         Technical Resources.
   Human Resource Services.
                                                                                       Performance Measures:
Performance Measures:
   Provide the highest possible level of customer service by responding                   Provide efficient, consistent support to Human Resources services in the
    quickly and professionally to the requirements of the Legal and Human                   implementation and administration of Human Resources programs.
    Resources customers and clients, both inside and outside of TriMet.
                                                                                           Ensure Human Resources staff has the resources to provide expertise
   Work closely with TriMet customers, constituents and staff to help ensure               through continuous professional development, efficient use of resources
    that TriMet meets its commitment to Equal Employment Opportunity and                    and current technical knowledge and advancements.
    workforce diversity.
   Ensure all Legal and Human Resource strategies and practices strengthen
    the agency’s business.
   Develop and foster business partnerships that result in management
    practices that encourage TriMet employees to sustain management
    excellence.




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BUD1 Personal Services   GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - ADMINISTRATION
                                    08/09      09/10                       10/11                            10/11                          11/12
                                   Actual      Actual            ---------Budget ----------                  Est                 ---------Budget----------
   Position Title                   Total      Total        Base            Pos             Total           Total           Base            Pos           Total



  Director, Human Resources       $     152,064   $    154,273   $   154,867      1.00   $    154,867   $    154,867    $    154,867        1.00    $      154,867
  Director, Employee Services           116,072        117,868       118,327      1.00        118,327        118,327         118,327        1.00           118,327
  Supervisor, HR Administration          60,280         60,834        61,241      1.00         61,241         61,241          61,241        1.00            61,241
  Administrative Specialist              42,740         34,845        43,556      0.80         34,845         34,845          43,556        0.80            34,845
  Receptionist - PT                      17,920         12,176        29,232      0.55         16,078         16,078          29,232        0.55            16,078
  Receptionist - PT                      16,763         19,610        29,963      0.55         16,480         16,480          29,963        0.55            16,480



  Fringe Benefits                       165,087        164,718                                137,809        137,809                                       148,720
  Workers' Compensation                     487            437                                  1,000          1,000                                         1,221
  Unscheduled Overtime                      463            249
  Limited Term Employment                32,923          5,782                                 14,420          14,420                                       11,050

  Total                           $     604,799   $    570,792                    4.90   $    555,066   $    555,066                        4.90    $      562,828




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BUD2 Materials & Services    GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - ADMINISTRATION

                                       Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change       % of
          Expense Category             08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Professional & Technical           $         304                   $       1,576                    $       1,608        2.00%          0.59%
Temporary Help                            13,557   $       6,155           4,666   $        6,155           4,759        2.00%          1.76%
Other Services                             1,866           2,352           2,657            2,657           2,710        2.00%          1.00%
Office Supplies                            5,851           5,832           5,803            5,832           5,919        2.00%          2.19%
Other Materials                            1,035             331           1,377            1,377           1,405        2.00%          0.52%
Postage                                    5,986           2,636           7,354            7,354           7,501        2.00%          2.77%
Telephone                                  2,325           1,993           3,152            3,152           3,215        2.00%          1.19%
Dues & Subscriptions                       1,849           1,252           1,896            1,896           1,934        2.00%          0.72%
Local Travel & Meetings                                      111             525              525             536        2.00%          0.20%
Education & Training                       2,535           1,900           5,559            5,559           5,670        2.00%          2.10%
Out-of-Town Travel                         1,923              41           5,282            1,000           5,388        2.00%          1.99%
Union Contractual Services               221,000         221,000         225,200          225,200         229,704        2.00%         84.97%

Total                              $     258,231   $     243,603   $     265,047   $      260,707   $     270,348        2.00%       100.00%




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Department Summary     GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - LEGAL SERVICES

                                       Actual                    Budget           Estimate           Budget         % Change            % of
                              08/09             09/10            10/11             10/11             11/12         FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services         $     1,483,083   $    1,513,342   $    1,483,051   $     1,483,051   $     1,505,995             1.55%            91.74%
Materials & Services              217,454          144,155          132,908           132,908           135,566             2.00%             8.26%

Total                     $     1,700,537   $    1,657,497   $    1,615,959   $     1,615,959   $     1,641,561             1.58%          100.00%




Responsibility:                                                                        Performance Measures:

The Legal Services Department provides professional, competent, highly                      Provide highly effective counsel on State and Federal legislative and policy
responsive and cost-effective legal assistance to the TriMet Board and staff.                issues.
Work with all TriMet Divisions to accomplish TriMet’s mission and goals
within legal, financial, business and ethical parameters.                                   Ensure highest quality legal support through effective deployment of
                                                                                             internal and external legal counsel.
Activities:
                                                                                            Enhance productivity by more effectively managing incoming work,
   Contract and Construction Law.                                                           balancing workloads and strengthening TriMet’s preventative law program
   Municipal/Public Law.                                                                    to help minimize potential project development and implementation
   Employment Law.                                                                          problems.
   Real Estate/Land Use/Environmental.
                                                                                            Provide the highest possible level of customer service by responding
   Tort Defense.
                                                                                             quickly and professionally to the requirements of the Legal Department’s
                                                                                             customers and clients, both inside and outside TriMet.




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BUD1 Personal Services   GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - LEGAL SERVICES
                                       08/09       09/10                      10/11                                 10/11                        11/12
                                       Actual      Actual           ---------Budget ----------                       Est               ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total      Total        Base           Pos            Total                 Total           Base           Pos           Total



  Executive Director, General Counsel/HR $    197,514    $    201,158    $   201,158     1.00        201,158    $    201,158    $    201,158        1.00         201,158
  Director, Legal Services                    159,206         162,133        162,133     1.00        162,133         162,133         162,133        1.00         162,133
  Senior Deputy General Counsel               121,977         124,215        124,215     1.00        124,215         124,215         124,215        1.00         124,215
  Senior Deputy General Counsel               133,008         135,469        135,469     1.00        135,469         135,469         135,469        1.00         135,469
  Deputy General Counsel                       92,327          95,115        119,789     1.00        119,789         119,789         119,789        1.00         119,789
  Deputy General Counsel I                     97,199          98,610        109,098     1.00        109,098         109,098         116,988        1.00         116,988
  Legal Assistant                              49,392          50,107         50,300     1.00         50,300          50,300          52,200        1.00          52,200
  Litigation Specialist                       123,302         121,669         62,640     1.00         62,640          62,640          62,640        1.00          62,640
  Paralegal Investigator                                                      62,932     1.00         62,932          62,932          55,332        1.00          55,332
  Litigation Specialist, Labor & Discovery     57,965          58,802         59,028     1.00         59,028          59,028          59,028        1.00          59,028
  Records Analyst                              56,993          58,046         58,046     1.00         58,046          58,046          58,046        1.00          58,046



  Fringe Benefits                             393,764         393,826                                338,243         338,243                                     358,996
  Workers' Compensation                           349          11,251
  Unscheduled Overtime                             87              77
  Limited Term Employment                                       2,863

  Total                                 $    1,483,083   $   1,513,342                  11.00   $   1,483,051   $   1,483,051                      11.00    $ 1,505,995




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BUD2 Materials & Services   GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - LEGAL SERVICES

                                      Actual          Actual          Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change       % of
         Expense Category             08/09           09/10           10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Legal                             $     137,426   $      80,637   $       67,894   $        67,894   $       69,252        2.00%         51.08%
Temporary Help                                                             1,656             1,656            1,689        2.00%          1.25%
Other Services                           39,422          30,723           24,249            24,249           24,734        2.00%         18.24%
Office Supplies                           5,155           4,144            5,373             5,373            5,480        2.00%          4.04%
Other Materials                           3,880           2,380            2,921             2,921            2,979        2.00%          2.20%
Telephone                                 1,493           1,341            3,620             3,620            3,692        2.00%          2.72%
Dues & Subscriptions                     12,291          16,509           11,024            11,024           11,244        2.00%          8.29%
Local Travel & Meetings                     190             227              584               584              596        2.00%          0.44%
Education & Training                      8,169           3,812            9,342             9,342            9,529        2.00%          7.03%
Out-of-Town Travel                        9,429           4,382            6,245             6,245            6,370        2.00%          4.70%

Total                             $     217,454   $     144,155   $      132,908   $       132,908   $      135,566        2.00%       100.00%




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Department Summary       GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES

                                             Actual                       Budget            Estimate            Budget         % Change            % of
                                   08/09               09/10              10/11              10/11              11/12         FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services             $       632,794    $        605,685    $        711,763   $        711,763    $       759,498            6.71%            66.15%
Materials & Services               14,105,812          15,750,487             729,976            476,567            388,596          -46.77%            33.85%

Total                         $    14,738,606    $     16,356,171    $      1,441,739   $       1,188,330   $    1,148,093           -20.37%          100.00%


Responsibilities:                                                                           Performance Measures:

The Human Resource Services Department is responsible for providing                             Develop and foster business partnerships and management practices that
leadership in developing and facilitating business strategies that build a diverse,              encourage TriMet employees to meet agency goals of safe, reliable and
competent workforce through expertise in the following areas:                                    secure service and maximize district resources. Provide leadership that
                                                                                                 values the contributions of each employee in the organization.
Activities:
                                                                                                Evaluate and refine the total compensation structure to ensure market
   Outreach, recruitment and selection.                                                         competitiveness.
   Professional development and training.
   Employee relations.                                                                         Provide and communicate a framework of policies and practice that guide
   Total compensation programs.                                                                 management actions in a consistent and fair manner.
   Performance management.
   Diversity.                                                                                  Ensure that all Human Resources strategies and practices support the
                                                                                                 agency’s business goals and principals.

                                                                                                Provide the highest possible level of customer service by responding
                                                                                                 quickly and appropriately to the requirements of the Human Resources’
                                                                                                 internal and external customers.




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                                       08/09      09/10                      10/11                            10/11                          11/12
                                      Actual      Actual           ---------Budget ----------                  Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total       Base           Pos            Total            Total           Base            Pos            Total



  Employment:
  Manager, Human Resources            $      96,186    $    98,052    $   98,052     1.00        98,052   $      98,052   $      98,052        1.00   $        98,052
  Senior Human Resources Rep.                66,364         67,422        67,422     1.00        67,422          67,422          67,422        1.00            67,422
  Senior Human Resources Rep.                60,050         59,153        59,153     1.00        59,153          59,153          59,153        1.00            59,153
  Human Resources Representative             51,653         49,192        52,471     0.94        49,192          49,192          52,471        0.94            49,192
  Human Resources Representative             52,687         50,406        53,766     0.94        50,406          50,406          53,766        0.94            50,406

  Fringe Benefits                           153,515        141,973                              125,001        125,001                                        132,979
  Workers' Compensation                         153

  Compensation & Benefits:
  Manager, Benefits                          85,637         53,170        87,216     1.00        87,216          87,216          88,343        1.00            88,343
  Benefits Administrator                     31,746         58,109        58,339     1.00        58,339          58,339          58,339        1.00            58,339
  Benefits Specialist                        42,376         43,242        43,242     1.00        43,242          43,242          43,242        1.00            43,242



  Fringe Benefits                            83,367         56,281                               73,740          73,740                                        78,370
  Workers' Compensation                          78
  Limited Term Employment                                                                                                                                      34,000
  Overtime                                                      93
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                  (91,018)       (71,407)

  Total                               $    632,794     $   605,685                   7.88   $   711,763   $    711,763                         7.88   $       759,498




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BUD2 Materials & Services       GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES - HUMAN RESOURCE SERVICES

                                                   Actual             Actual            Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
             Expense Category                      08/09              09/10             10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Employment:
Recruitment Expense                            $        2,221     $         1,075 $         5,219   $        5,219   $       5,323        2.00%           1.37%
Pre-Employment Screening Services                      17,890               2,022           2,520            2,520           2,570        2.00%           0.66%
Medical Pre-Employment Services (MRO)                   5,638                (235)          4,104            4,104           4,186        2.00%           1.08%
Medical Pre-Employment Services (MH)                    1,880                               1,128            1,128           1,151        2.00%           0.30%
Recruitment-MRO Expense                                 4,362                                                                                             0.00%
Fines and Penalties                                                         1,472                                                                         0.00%
Other Services                                           3,356             14,142          17,287           17,287          17,633        2.00%           4.54%
Other Materials                                            (18)                             1,658            1,658           1,691        2.00%           0.44%

Sub-Total Employment:                                  35,329              18,477          31,916           31,916          32,554

Compensation & Benefits:
DOTS Renewal Medical Services                          72,958             71,489           71,000           71,489          72,420        2.00%          18.64%
Disability Medical Review Services                      4,407              7,751           10,563           10,563          10,774        2.00%           2.77%
Medical Employment Expense                                                    51                                51                                        0.00%
FMLA/OFLA Third Party Administrator                    27,965             93,193           89,473           93,193          91,262        2.00%          23.49%
Health Benefit Consultant                                                 32,664          119,033          119,033         121,414        2.00%          31.24%
BHS FSA Third Party Administrator                      48,262             90,803           33,800           90,803          34,476        2.00%           8.87%
Compensation Survey Services                           36,887              9,092            4,238            9,092           4,323        2.00%           1.11%
Other Materials                                           713                601            1,530            1,530           1,561        2.00%           0.40%
Education Reimbursement                                49,018              1,175                                                                          0.00%
Non-Union EAP                                           8,321             13,098           10,200           13,098          10,404        2.00%           2.68%
Medical Plans - Retired/Disabled                   12,797,282         14,255,892                                                                          0.00%
Union Retiree Medicare Part B Reimburse.              725,861            798,959                                                                          0.00%
Union Active/Retiree Benefit Reimburse.                   250             42,364           40,000                                       -100.00%          0.00%
Retiree Health Employer Taxes                          24,252             26,576                            26,576                                        0.00%
Life Insurance - Retired                              259,802            280,068          309,000                                       -100.00%          0.00%
Employee Awards                                        14,504              8,234            9,223            9,223           9,407         2.00%          2.42%

Sub-Total Compensation & Benefits:                 14,070,483         15,732,010          698,060          444,651         356,041

Total                                          $   14,105,812     $   15,750,487    $     729,976   $      476,567   $     388,596       -46.77%       100.00%



In FY2010-11, retiree medical was incorporated into OPEB & Pension UAAL.


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BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - GENERAL COUNSEL/HUMAN RESOURCES

        Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                  Proposed          Approved      Adopted
        08/09            09/10             10/11                                                     11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                        Administration
    $      604,799   $      570,792   $      555,066        Personal Services                  $       562,828   $       562,828
           258,231          243,603          265,047        Materials & Services                       270,348           270,348
    $      863,031   $      814,394   $      820,113         Department Total                  $       833,176   $       833,176
                                                        Legal Services
    $    1,483,083   $    1,513,342   $     1,483,051        Personal Services                 $     1,505,995   $     1,505,995
           217,454          144,155           132,908        Materials & Services                      135,566           135,566
    $    1,700,537   $    1,657,497   $     1,615,959        Department Total                  $     1,641,561   $     1,641,561
                                                        Human Resource Services
    $      632,794   $      605,685   $      711,763        Personal Services                  $       759,498   $       759,498
        14,105,812       15,750,487          729,976        Materials & Services                       388,596           388,596
    $   14,738,606   $   16,356,171   $     1,441,739        Department Total                  $     1,148,093   $     1,148,093
                                                        Division Total
    $    2,720,676   $    2,689,819   $     2,749,880        Personal Services                 $     2,828,321   $     2,828,321
        14,581,498       16,138,243         1,127,931        Materials & Services                      794,510           794,510
    $   17,302,174   $   18,828,062   $     3,877,811 Total General Counsel/Human Resources    $     3,622,830   $     3,622,830


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Division Summary             OPERATIONS

                                                           Actual                                  Budget              Estimate          Budget         % Change        % of
                                               08/09                     09/10                     10/11                10/11            11/12         FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                     $      199,727,388         $      217,482,328         $      191,741,060     $   188,641,061   $   192,433,085          0.36%         62.40%
Materials & Services                         110,163,182                120,676,014                110,406,068         114,313,784       115,938,347          5.01%         37.60%

Total                                 $      309,890,571         $      338,158,340         $      302,147,128     $   302,954,845   $   308,371,432          2.06%        100.00%




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Operations Division
   Division Summary.............................................................................. 119
   Administration & Support .................................................................. 120
   Operating Projects .............................................................................. 125
   Safety & Security ............................................................................... 127
   Bus Transportation ............................................................................. 134
   Scheduling .......................................................................................... 140
   Field Operations ................................................................................. 143
   Transportation Planning ..................................................................... 148
   Accessible Transportation Programs-LIFT ........................................ 151
   Accessible Transportation Programs-MTP ........................................ 155
   Bus Maintenance ................................................................................ 159
   Facilities Management ....................................................................... 163
   Rail Transportation ............................................................................ 169
   Rail Maintenance of Way ................................................................... 172
   Rail Equipment Maintenance ............................................................. 176
   Commuter Rail ................................................................................... 179
   Streetcar ............................................................................................. 183




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Department Summary         OPERATIONS - ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT

                                                Actual                          Budget               Estimate              Budget          % Change            % of
                                      08/09                 09/10               10/11                 10/11                11/12          FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services               $       1,146,107    $       1,309,692     $       4,136,525    $       4,136,525      $     4,433,127             7.17%            87.21%
Materials & Services                      388,379              337,355               524,147              541,975              650,434            24.09%            12.79%

Total                           $       1,534,485    $       1,647,047     $       4,660,672    $       4,678,500      $     5,083,561             9.07%           100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                                          Activities:
The Operations Division is responsible for delivering TriMet transportation
                                                                                                                Operations Planning and Development
and maintenance operations in a culture of safety and service excellence.
                                                                                                                  -  Operations productivity objectives, quality standards and FTA
                                                                                                                     compliance.
The Administration & Support Department includes these functions:
    Operations executive
                                                                                                                Operations Support
    Labor relations/workforce training and development
                                                                                                                 -   Manage and coordinate operations startup of light rail extensions.
    Operations planning and development
                                                                                                                 -   Operations planning for future fixed-route bus and LIFT operations.
    Operations support
                                                                                                                 -   Fixed-route bus, LIFT bus and light rail vehicle fleet management
Activities:                                                                                                          plans.
                                                                                                                 -   Service performance and ridership data collection, analysis and
       Operations Executive
                                                                                                                     reporting.
        -   Communicate/instill TriMet’s strategic direction throughout the
                                                                                                                 -   Maintenance planning and analysis.
            division, focused on Safety, service excellence, support to
                                                                                                                 -   Initial re-certification training programs for operators, field
            employees and state of good repair.
                                                                                                                     supervisors, bus dispatchers and rail controllers.
        -   Executive actions for division budgets, programs, projects and
                                                                                                                 -   Training curricula, SOPs and rule books.
            personnel.
                                                                                                                 -   Recordkeeping of transportation training, curricula and SOPs.
        -   Employee communication, recognition and training programs (in
            collaboration with Organization Development department).
                                                                                                                Performance Measures:
                                                                                                                  -   Boarding rides per revenue hour.
       Labor Relations/Workforce Training/Development
                                                                                                                  -   Operating cost per boarding ride and per vehicle mile.
        -   Resolution and guidance on Working and Wage Agreement
                                                                                                                  -   Customer commendations and complaints.
            questions, issues and grievances.
                                                                                                                  -   Miles between chargeable road calls.
                                                                                                                  -   Reported crimes per 100,000 riders.
       Operations Planning and Development
                                                                                                                  -   Successful operations startup of light rail extensions.
        -   Annual division budgets, multi-year service plans, fleet, facilities
                                                                                                                  -   Timely reporting of service performance and ridership information.
            and operations and maintenance programs to fulfill TriMet 5-year
                                                                                                                  -   Initial and annual re-certification training for all fixed-route bus and
            plans, including Transit Investment and Financial Forecast Plans.
                                                                                                                      MAX operators.



In FY2011-12, non-safety & security positions in Safety & Security Department transferred to the Administration & Support Department.




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                                          08/09        09/10                              10/11                         10/11                        11/12
                                          Actual      Actual                    ---------Budget----------                Est               ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total        Total                Base           Pos           Total          Total          Base           Pos           Total



  Administration:
  Executive Director                        $   196,918   $   229,989   $    166,000        1.00   $      166,000   $    166,000   $    166,000        1.00   $      166,000
  Executive Administrator                        66,339        67,630         67,630        1.00           67,630         67,630         67,630        1.00           67,630
  Director, Ops. Plan. & Develop.               126,500       129,540        129,540        1.00          129,540        129,540        129,540        1.00          129,540
  Coordinator, Ops. Services                     70,846        69,175         69,175        1.00           69,175         69,175         69,175        1.00           69,175
  Director, Workforce Devel./Trng.              108,090       110,434        110,434        1.00          110,434        110,434        110,434        1.00          110,434
  HR Manager, Workforce Develop                  84,942        86,506         86,506        1.00           86,506         86,506         86,506        1.00           86,506
  Senior Human Resources Rep.                    64,110        65,041         65,041        1.00           65,041         65,041         65,041        1.00           65,041
  Fare Equipment Contract Manager                              87,132         87,132        1.00           87,132         87,132         87,132        1.00           87,132
  Manager, Ops Communications                    83,278        85,086         85,086        1.00           85,086         85,086         85,086        1.00           85,086
  Employee Comm. Coordinator                     23,730

  Operations Support:
  Manager, Transportation Development                                         85,295        1.00           85,295         85,295         93,334        1.00           93,334
  Manager, Rail Operations Planning                                          102,082        1.00          102,082        102,082        102,082        1.00          102,082
  Manager, Procedures Development                                             89,262        0.75           66,947         66,947         89,262        0.75           66,947

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                          82,669         82,669                                      89,824

  Operations Analysis:
  Manager, Service Performance & Analysis                                      83,708       1.00           83,708         83,708          83,708       1.00           83,708
  MIS Training Analyst - Labor                                                 61,993       1.00           61,993         61,993
  Operations Analyst                                                           56,550       3.00          169,650        169,650          56,550       4.00          226,200

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                         124,411        124,411                                     131,055

  Employee Support:
  Employee Programs Coordinator                                                51,949       1.00           51,949         51,949          51,949       1.00           51,949

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                          23,284         23,284                                      25,212




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BUD1 Personal Services    OPERATIONS - ADMINISTRATION & SUPPORT
                                           08/09        09/10                                 10/11                         10/11                         11/12
                                           Actual      Actual                       ---------Budget----------                Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                           Total        Total                   Base           Pos           Total          Total           Base           Pos           Total




  Operator Training-Bus:
  Manager, Trans Ops Training                                               $      88,134      1.00    $       88,134   $     88,134    $      88,134      1.00    $       88,134
  Assist Manager, Transportation Training                                          75,565      1.00            75,565         75,565           75,565      1.00            75,565
  Administrative Specialist                                                        53,891      1.00            53,891         53,891           53,891      1.00            53,891
  Lead Dispatcher/Controller                                                       70,271      1.00            70,415         70,415           70,576      1.00            70,740
  Training Supervisor                                                              66,986     11.00           738,426        738,426           67,276     14.00           944,171

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                             451,956        451,956                                      531,535
  Workers' Compensation                                                                                         1,000          1,000                                        1,548
  Longevity Premium                                                                                            28,258         28,258                                       40,368
  Unscheduled Overtime - Non-Op.                                                                               61,374         61,374                                      124,376

  Operator Training-Rail:
  Assistant Manager, Transportation                                                77,507       1.00           77,507         77,507           77,507       1.00           77,507
  Lead Dispatcher/Controller                                                       70,271       1.00           70,415         70,415           70,576       1.00           70,740
  Transportation Training Supervisor                                               66,986       2.00          134,260        134,260           67,277       2.00          134,882
  Training Supervisor-Green Line                                                   66,987       1.00           67,131         67,131           67,278       1.00           67,442

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                             150,126        150,126                                      146,058
  Longevity Premium                                                                                             8,456          8,456                                        8,770
  Unscheduled Overtime - Non-Op.                                                                                2,589          2,589                                        4,244



  Fringe Benefits                           $    299,026 $       379,159                                      272,511        272,511                                      290,904
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                        (3,379)                                                                                                                 (34,606)
  Workers' Compensation                              302
  Limited Term Employment                         25,405
  Unscheduled Overtime
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                                     65,980         65,980

  Total                                     $   1,146,107   $   1,309,692                     37.75    $    4,136,525   $   4,136,525                     40.75    $    4,433,127



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                                          Actual          Actual            Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
           Expense Category               08/09           09/10             10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Administration:
Professional & Technical              $      86,537   $     182,395     $      38,550   $       70,000   $     145,000       276.13%         22.29%
Temporary Help                               18,135             180                                                                           0.00%
Laundry                                         434           1,139                                225                                        0.00%
Other Services                              163,263          58,538            10,000            1,000           5,000       -50.00%          0.77%
Office Supplies                               5,948           5,026             4,000            2,400           2,400       -40.00%          0.37%
Other Materials                               9,245           3,044             1,000            3,000           2,000       100.00%          0.31%
Microcomputer Materials                       1,752             289                                                                           0.00%
Telephone                                     8,469           6,380             7,000            4,800           5,000       -28.57%          0.77%
Dues & Subscriptions                            996             514                              1,400             800                        0.12%
APTA Dues                                    66,000          71,833            65,000           66,000          74,174       14.11%          11.40%
Local Travel & Meetings                         604             754                                 50                                        0.00%
Education & Training                         10,091             438                                                                           0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                           14,003           6,757                              8,000           5,708                        0.88%
Assault Reward                                  600                                                100                                        0.00%
Employee Recognition                          2,302                70                              200                                        0.00%

Sub-Total Administration:                   388,379         337,355           125,550          157,175         240,082

Employee Support:
Operator Uniforms                                                             235,330          220,000         242,152         2.90%         37.23%
Quality Assurance/ADA                                                          25,000           22,000          25,000         0.00%          3.84%
Fixed Route Back-up - Cabs                                                      2,000           18,000           3,600        80.00%          0.55%
Transfers-Fare Collection                                                      72,000           68,000          70,000        -2.78%         10.76%
Rewards & Recognition                                                           9,077           18,000          12,000        32.20%          1.84%
Special Events                                                                 15,690           13,000          14,000       -10.77%          2.15%

Sub-Total Employee Support:                                                   359,097          359,000         366,752




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                                          Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change       % of
           Expense Category               08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Operator Training-Bus:
Accident Review/Investigations                                        $      10,000   $        7,000   $      10,000        0.00%          1.54%
Other Services                                                                1,000              500           1,000        0.00%          0.15%
Office Supplies                                                               3,000            2,000           3,000        0.00%          0.46%
Other Materials                                                               5,000            1,000           5,000        0.00%          0.77%
Operator Training Materials                                                  12,000            6,000          15,800       31.67%          2.43%
Telephone                                                                     5,000            5,000           5,100        2.00%          0.78%

Sub-Total Operator Training-Bus:                                             36,000           21,500          39,900

Operator Training-Rail:
Other Services                                                                  500              500             500        0.00%          0.08%
Office Supplies                                                               1,000            2,800           1,200       20.00%          0.18%
Other Materials                                                               1,000              500           1,000        0.00%          0.15%
Operator Training Materials                                                   1,000              500           1,000        0.00%          0.15%

Sub-Total Operator Training-Rail:                                             3,500            4,300           3,700


                                      $     388,379   $     337,355   $     524,147   $      541,975   $     650,434       24.09%       100.00%




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BUD2 Materials & Services   OPERATIONS - OPERATING PROJECTS

                                                           Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
                   Expense Category                        08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Work Environment Improvements (Safety Program)                                                                          $     111,000                         2.03%
Operations Operating Projects OTO                                                      $     250,000   $      221,782                      -100.00%           0.00%
System Security Improvements-CBD CCTV                  $   1,145,673                                                                                          0.00%
System Security Improvements-Homeland Security Grant                   $     487,478       2,507,554        1,331,255       3,477,761       38.69%           63.75%
Safety Compliance                                            164,834           3,891                                                                          0.00%
LIFT Shop Equipment Replacement <=$5,000                                                                                        6,200                         0.11%
ATP NW Nela Maintenance                                                       29,066                                                                          0.00%
Non-Revenue Vehicle Repairs                                    8,051           8,038          28,422           38,700          95,000       234.25%           1.74%
Bus Shop Equipment - Center                                   30,980          34,501                                          106,550                         1.95%
Bus Shop Equipment - Powell                                    9,347                                                                                          0.00%
Continuously Regenerating Traps                            1,205,654         328,328         500,000          392,922                      -100.00%           0.00%
EMP Electronic Cooling System Retrofit                       292,950                                                                                          0.00%
Steering Arm Retrofit                                          9,000          18,000                                                                          0.00%
Westart/Calstart Cutaway Hybrid Vehicle                                                      150,000          150,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Innovative Battery Technology                                                133,735                                                                          0.00%
Drop Down Chains for 2100 Series Bus Fleet                                                   130,000           99,860                      -100.00%           0.00%
Vehicles Component Replacement                                                                                                723,917                        13.27%
Bus Shop Equipment - Merlo                                     3,990                                                                                          0.00%
Diesel Bus Efficiency Improvements                                           614,859         131,000          131,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Center Administration - Non-Environmental                                     40,107                                                                          0.00%
Center Maintenance - Operations Projects                                      50,869                                                                          0.00%
Storm Water Underground Injection Control Permit                                                                               70,000                         1.28%
Merlo Maintenance - Operations Projects                                        2,518                                                                          0.00%
Powell Facility - Non-Environmental                                           13,390                                                                          0.00%
Ruby Junction Non-Environmental                                               14,056                                                                          0.00%
Elmonica Maintenance Facility Roof Replacement                                43,155         684,000          684,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Elmonica Facility Non-Environmental                                            1,061                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Station P&R, TC (Transit Centers)                                  21,055                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Station P&R, TC (Park & Ride Maintenance)                                                                          144,000                         2.64%
Light Rail Station P&R, TC (Parking Garages)                                  35,167                                                                          0.00%
Vintage Trolley Barn                                                          26,184                                                                          0.00%
Facilities Maintenance Shop Equipment Replacement                             43,260                                           48,020                         0.88%


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BUD2 Materials & Services    OPERATIONS - OPERATING PROJECTS

                                                          Actual          Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
                    Expense Category                      08/09           09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Tigard Transit Center Piping Repair                                   $       1,069                                                                             0.00%
IT Server Room Climate Control System                                        50,444                                                                             0.00%
Light Rail Station P&R, TC (Paving STC, Gateway...)                          23,042      $      24,292   $       24,292                      -100.00%           0.00%
Center Street Concrete Replacement                                          213,169                                                                             0.00%
Light Rail Station P&R, TC (Repainting Platforms)                           194,943            108,361          108,361                      -100.00%           0.00%
Merlo Concrete Replacement                                                  319,126                                                                             0.00%
Landscape Maintenance                                                                                                     $       7,000                         0.13%
MOW Equipment - Operating                                                     6,264                                                                             0.00%
Switch Heaters/Covers (Existing & I-205 Alignments)                       1,500,851            100,000          303,040                      -100.00%           0.00%
Ice Cap Installation Along I-205                      $      35,611          87,796                                                                             0.00%
Snow and Ice Implementation                                 205,076                                                                                             0.00%
Light Rail Electrification & Signaling System               147,194          18,519            110,500          110,500         179,000       61.99%            3.28%
Steel Bridge MAX Repairs                                  1,772,415          85,435                                                                             0.00%
MOW Equipment Replacement Items                              14,773           2,720             15,500           15,500          23,650        52.58%           0.43%
Video Communications Systems Replace                        131,820         128,184             97,598           97,598                      -100.00%           0.00%
Fare Revenue Equipment Replacement                                                                                                1,500                         0.03%
Light Rail Track and Structure Repairs                      594,850         600,742            743,798          695,893         401,450       -46.03%           7.36%
LRVs Rear-Facing Exterior CCTV Retrofit                      58,087           1,982                                                                             0.00%
Light Rail Shop Equipment <=$5,000                                                                                               40,000                         0.73%
Rail Maintenance Equipment                                                                                                       20,000                         0.37%
Right of Way Paving                                          13,422                                                                                             0.00%
Barbur Transit Center and Park & Ride                                              400                                                                          0.00%
Beaverton Transit Center                                                           684                                                                          0.00%
Tigard Transit Center                                                              456                                                                          0.00%

                                                      $   5,843,730   $   5,184,544      $   5,581,025   $    4,404,703   $   5,455,048        -2.26%         100.00%




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Department Summary        OPERATIONS - SAFETY & SECURITY

                                                Actual                         Budget              Estimate              Budget             % Change               % of
                                      08/09                09/10               10/11                10/11                11/12             FY11- FY12            Dept. Total

Personal Services              $       4,226,563    $       4,106,248    $       1,070,974    $       1,070,974    $       1,138,098                 6.27%               10.11%
Materials & Services                  10,382,890            9,750,633            9,524,304            9,367,200           10,121,974                 6.28%               89.89%

Total                          $      14,609,453    $      13,856,880    $      10,595,278    $      10,438,174    $      11,260,072                 6.27%               100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                                          Activities:

The Safety & Security Department is responsible for leading the entire TriMet                            Security
organization in creating a culture of safety and service excellence, in which                              TriMet transit police, transit security officers, and deputy district attorney.
safety is the fundamental value, which guides all agency decisions.                                        Continually identify, assess and resolve transit security threats and
                                                                                                             vulnerabilities; collect, analyze security data and intelligence.
Activities:                                                                                                Security and Emergency Preparedness Program Plan.
                                                                                                           Employee security awareness and training development.
Safety                                                                                                     Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) incorporated
  Safety and Service Excellence Workplan.                                                                   into TriMet light rail and facility projects.
  System Safety Program Plan.                                                                             Security certification and program audits.
  Incident reporting and investigations.                                                                  Emergency preparedness, plans, organization equipment training and
  Construction safety.                                                                                      procedures, exercises/evaluations for readiness to perform the prevention,
  Fire/life safety inspections.                                                                             protection, response and recovery capabilities applicable to mass transit
  Safety information and reporting.                                                                         employees and operations during catastrophic natural disasters or terrorist
  Safety training, awards and committees.                                                                   attacks.
  Departmental safety audits.                                                                             Coordinate and integrate TriMet emergency plans with emergency response
  Safety certification.                                                                                     management jurisdictions in TriMet’s service area.
  Hazard identification, analysis and resolution.                                                         DHS transit security grants.
  Industrial hygiene survey, safety and hygiene training and education.
  Configuration control.                                                                                Performance Measures:
  Personal protective equipment.
  Medical surveillance.                                                                                   TriMet workplace safety incident rates at or below transit industry
  Substance abuse management.                                                                              standards and rates of comparable mass transit agencies.
  Interface with regulatory agencies.                                                                     Reported crimes per 100,000 riders.
  OSHA reporting/complaint resolution.                                                                    Sustain or improve TriMet customer perception of safety and security.
                                                                                                           Fulfill all FTA and DHS safety and security program compliance and
                                                                                                            certification requirements.



In FY2011-12, Safety & Security Department reflects organizational structure from FY06, FY07 and FY08. Non-Safety & Security positions in Safety & Security Department
transferred to Administration & Support Department.

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                                           08/09        09/10                              10/11                         10/11                         11/12
                                           Actual       Actual                   ---------Budget----------                Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                            Total        Total              Base            Pos           Total          Total           Base           Pos           Total



  Administration:
  Safety & Security Executive               $   111,312   $   110,000   $    110,000        1.00    $      110,000   $    110,000    $    155,000        1.00   $      155,000
  Manager, Transportation Development            84,392
  Manager, Rail Operations Planning             100,525       101,698
  Manager, Procedures Development                66,224        66,682

  Fringe Benefits                               151,034       148,746                                       32,071          32,071                                      38,123
  Workers' Compensation                             116

  Operations Analysis:
  Manager, Service Performance & Analysis        82,432        83,708
  MIS Training Analyst - Labor                   61,475        61,993
  Operations Analyst                            166,764       169,650

  Fringe Benefits                               165,914       154,455
  Workers' Compensation                             136

  Employee Support:
  Employee Programs Coordinator                  51,400        51,949

  Fringe Benefits                                47,854        37,584
  Workers' Compensation                              26

  Operator Training-Bus:
  Manager, Trans Ops Training                    87,186        88,134
  Assist Manager, Transportation Training        66,482        75,565
  Administrative Specialist                      53,068        53,891
  Lead Dispatcher/Controller                     70,866        72,437
  Training Supervisor                           815,808       756,414




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BUD1 Personal Services    OPERATIONS - SAFETY & SECURITY
                                           08/09        09/10                            10/11                     10/11                        11/12
                                           Actual       Actual                 ---------Budget----------            Est               ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                            Total        Total            Base            Pos           Total      Total          Base           Pos           Total




  Fringe Benefits                        $   561,324   $   583,052
  Workers' Compensation                          335
  Longevity Premium
  Unscheduled Overtime - Non-Op.             125,974        19,681

  Operator Training-Rail:
  Assistant Manager, Transportation           76,852        77,507
  Lead Dispatcher/Controller                  69,401        70,465
  Transportation Training Supervisor         195,516       189,046
  Training Supervisor-Green Line              62,586        15,371

  Fringe Benefits                            188,605       184,813
  Workers' Compensation                          462
  Longevity Premium
  Unscheduled Overtime - Non-Op.              22,165         7,845

  Safety:
  Manager, System Safety Programs             87,470        89,366    $      89,366       1.00    $       89,366     89,366   $      89,366       1.00   $       89,366
  Manager, Emergency Management               82,714        83,938           83,938       1.00            83,938     83,938          83,938       1.00           83,938
  Senior Systems Safety Specialist            76,952        78,070           78,070       1.00            78,070     78,070          78,070       1.00           78,070
  System Safety Specialist                   130,600       163,101           68,841       2.00           137,683    137,683          68,841       2.00          137,683
  Drug & Alcohol Program Administrator        68,618        55,207           55,207       1.00            55,207     55,207          55,207       1.00           55,207
  Drug & Alcohol Program Specialist           71,470        46,834           46,834       1.00            46,834     46,834          48,233       1.00           48,233
  Risk Assistant

  Fringe Benefits                            257,906       247,842                                       182,908    182,908                                     194,980
  Workers' Compensation                        5,955        (1,862)




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                                              08/09        09/10                               10/11                          10/11                         11/12
                                              Actual       Actual                    ---------Budget----------                 Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                               Total        Total               Base            Pos           Total           Total           Base           Pos           Total




  Security:
  Security Coordinator                     $     63,210     $     65,860    $      63,395       1.00    $       63,539    $      63,539   $      63,670       1.00   $       63,834
  Exclusions Administrator                       48,053           48,692           48,692       1.00            48,692           48,692          48,692       1.00           48,692
  Coordinator, Operations Services               59,238           60,594           60,594       1.00            60,594           60,594          60,594       1.00           60,594

  Fringe Benefits                               116,666          112,245                                        77,859           77,859                                      80,164
  Workers' Compensation                              85
  Longevity Premium                                                                                               2,714           2,714                                       2,714
  Unscheduled Overtime                             1,169           1,541                                          1,500           1,500                                       1,500
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                      (329,777)       (125,867)

  Total                                    $   4,226,563    $   4,106,248                      11.00    $    1,070,974    $   1,070,974                     11.00    $    1,138,098




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                                           Actual          Actual      Budget      Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
            Expense Category               08/09           09/10       10/11        10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Administration:
Professional & Technical               $       1,655                                                                      0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                          138   $         175                                                      0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                               785           1,184                                                      0.00%

Sub-Total Administration:                      2,577           1,359

Employee Support:
Operator Uniforms                            290,880         208,324                                                      0.00%
Quality Assurance/ADA                         12,024          22,629                                                      0.00%
Fixed Route Back-up - Cabs                     2,151           1,542                                                      0.00%
Transfers-Fare Collection                     64,800          48,792                                                      0.00%
Rewards & Recognition                         21,153          37,741                                                      0.00%
Special Events                                19,915          23,730                                                      0.00%

Sub-Total Employee Support:                  410,924         342,759

Operator Training-Bus:
Accident Review/Investigations                16,788          11,853                                                      0.00%
Other Services                                   396             340                                                      0.00%
Office Supplies                                4,282           1,989                                                      0.00%
Other Materials                                8,032           1,314                                                      0.00%
Operator Training Materials                   37,210          15,429                                                      0.00%
Telephone                                      4,045           4,812                                                      0.00%
Operator Roadeo                               14,279                                                                      0.00%

Sub-Total Operator Training-Bus:              85,031          35,737




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                                              Actual             Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
            Expense Category                  08/09              09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Operator Training-Rail:
Other Services                            $         504                                                                                               0.00%
Office Supplies                                   7,609      $       4,975                                                                            0.00%
Other Materials                                   1,945                                                                                               0.00%
Operator Training Materials                       2,041                   660                                                                         0.00%

Sub-Total Operator Training-Rail:                12,100              5,635

Safety:
Drug and Alcohol Testing                         67,392             58,190      $      80,000   $       60,000   $      80,000        0.00%           0.79%
Safety Occupational Services                     78,903             69,757             90,000           80,000          90,000        0.00%           0.89%
Rail Safety Oversight                           169,206            112,384            142,800          136,000         142,820        0.01%           1.41%
Temporary Help                                                                                          36,000                                        0.00%
Other Services                                    6,003             43,660              8,000              800          20,000       150.00%          0.20%
Office Supplies                                   2,811                427              1,200            4,000           1,000       -16.67%          0.01%
Other Materials                                   7,900             14,072              3,000            4,000           5,000        66.67%          0.05%
Telephone                                         7,362              5,429              6,000                            4,800       -20.00%          0.05%
Dues & Subscriptions                                130                                                                                               0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                                                                                                                               0.00%
Education & Training                                   785                                                                                            0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                     628                484                                                                         0.00%

Sub-Total Safety:                               341,120            304,403            331,000          320,800         343,620

Security:
Rider Advocates                                                                                                                                       0.00%
Police Security Contracts                     6,628,466          6,745,266          8,109,886        7,550,000       8,415,380        3.77%          83.14%
Deputy DA Contract                              153,875            160,267            155,743          167,400         170,000        9.15%           1.68%
Other Services - Security                     1,755,268          1,355,625            634,000          700,000         776,933       22.54%           7.68%
Building Security Maintenance                    66,404             61,532             40,000           40,000          42,000        5.00%           0.41%
Exclusion & Tow Hearings                        252,135            157,276            124,875          130,000         127,373        2.00%           1.26%




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                                          Actual             Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
            Expense Category              08/09              09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Canine Program                        $     657,611      $     569,912      $     122,400   $      450,000   $     224,848         83.70%          2.22%
Other Services                                                   1,967              2,500            2,000          17,120        584.80%          0.17%
Office Supplies                               2,196              2,170                500              500             500          0.00%          0.00%
Other Materials                              12,943              2,875              1,000            2,500           1,200         20.00%          0.01%
Telephone                                     1,740              3,752              2,400            4,000           3,000         25.00%          0.03%
Out-of-Town Travel                                                                                                                                 0.00%
Assault Reward                                     500                100                                                                          0.00%

Sub-Total Security:                        9,531,138         9,060,741          9,193,304        9,046,400        9,778,354

                                      $   10,382,890     $   9,750,633      $   9,524,304   $    9,367,200   $   10,121,974        6.28%        100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - BUS TRANSPORTATION

                                         Actual                     Budget           Estimate           Budget           % Change          % of
                                08/09              09/10            10/11             10/11             11/12           FY11- FY12       Dept. Total

Personal Services          $   108,211,343   $    110,352,448   $   94,461,220   $    93,623,167    $    94,962,956            0.53%            97.79%
Materials & Services             1,734,194          4,629,293        2,635,912         1,386,020          2,142,416          -18.72%             2.21%

Total                      $   109,945,537   $    114,981,742   $   97,097,132   $    95,009,187    $    97,105,372            0.01%          100.00%


Responsibility:
                                                                                      Activities:
The Bus Transportation Department is responsible for providing safe,
courteous, reliable and efficient public transportation for the region.                   Productivity Improvement
                                                                                           -   Encourage/implement improvements identified by operator support
Activities:                                                                                    and operating condition reports.
                                                                                           -   Attendance/overtime/extraboard.
   On-time service.                                                                       -   On-time service.
   Run bus service 90% on-time or better for efficient use of vehicles,                   -   Minimize bus idling and drive to achieve best miles per gallon.
    operators and better cost per mile.                                                    -   Minimize unscheduled overtime consistent with service requirements.
   Improve schedule efficiency, service reliability for customers and working
    conditions for operators.                                                             Attendance/Extraboard
   Comprehensive communication and support to operators.                                  -   Communicate/educate the importance of attendance/absence.
   Enhance the CSI process, to benefit both customers and operators.                      -   Manage extraboards efficiently.
   Sustain a high-quality process for requests for Safety Assessment and
    Operating Condition Reports.
   Regularly produce useful and informational Operators' Notices and                 Performance Measures:
    Bulletins.
   Develop a strong collaborative relationship between ATU/TriMet.                       Maintain 99.5% pullout ratio.

   Safety and Service Excellence                                                         Sustain 92.75% attendance.
    -   Partner with all agency departments in continuous development and
        implementation of TriMet’s Safety and Service Excellence Workplan.                Miles between passenger safety incidents 44,000 and miles between vehicle
                                                                                           collisions 30,000.

                                                                                          Number of rides per customer service complaint 6,500.

                                                                                          4.7 miles per gallon.




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                                         08/09       09/10                                  10/11                         10/11                           11/12
                                         Actual      Actual                       ---------Budget----------                Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total      Total                   Base          Pos             Total          Total            Base            Pos            Total


  Administration:
  Director, Transportation Operations    $     108,426    $     111,144    $ 111,144          1.00   $      111,144   $     111,144    $     107,887         1.00   $      107,887
  Senior Manager, Transportation                96,318
  Executive Administrator                       66,339           67,630       67,630          1.00           67,630          67,630           52,722         1.00            52,722
  Manager, Workforce Utilization                                              82,246          1.00           82,246          82,246           82,246         1.00            82,246

  Fringe Benefits                               50,254           65,361                                      87,126          87,126                                          88,918
  Workers' Compensation                             69

  Center Garage:
  Senior Manager, Transportation                                 93,333       93,333          1.00           93,333          93,333
  Station Manager                               87,103                                                                                        82,246         1.00            82,246
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations         195,439           70,992       70,992          1.00           70,992          70,992           70,992         1.00            70,992
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations                           70,992       70,992          1.00           70,992          70,992           70,992         1.00            70,992
  Operations Coordinator                         42,568
  Operations Assistant                           47,478           44,579      44,579         1.00            44,579           44,579          44,579        1.00            44,579
  Part-Time Operator                          4,365,264        4,333,253      32,951       132.00         4,368,496        4,368,496          33,094      133.00         4,423,330
  Active Regular Operator                    18,616,345       18,089,661      53,439       332.00        17,789,354       17,789,354          53,670      344.00        18,519,159

  Fringe Benefits                            17,412,866       18,663,070                                 12,674,302       12,674,302                                    12,406,529
  Workers' Compensation                       1,288,319          981,596                                  1,010,139        1,010,139                                     1,412,494
  Longevity Premium                                                                                         201,148          201,148                                       246,198




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                                         08/09       09/10                                    10/11                         10/11                           11/12
                                         Actual      Actual                         ---------Budget----------                Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total      Total                     Base          Pos             Total          Total            Base            Pos            Total


  Powell Garage:
  Station Manager                        $      80,893    $       82,246   $    82,246         1.00    $       82,246   $       82,246   $      82,246        1.00    $       82,246
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations                            70,992        70,992         1.00            70,992           70,992          70,992        1.00            70,992
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations          191,055           70,992        70,992         1.00            70,992           70,992          70,992        1.00            70,992
  Operations Assistant                           42,247           44,579        44,579         1.00            44,579           44,579          44,579        1.00            44,579
  Part-Time Operator                          3,229,841        3,308,750        32,951        95.00         3,143,993        3,143,993          33,094       95.00         3,159,522
  Active Regular Operator                    14,266,316       14,503,069        53,439       255.00        13,663,510       13,663,510          53,670      255.00        13,727,865

  Fringe Benefits                            13,150,867       14,607,665                                    9,623,993        9,623,993                                     9,153,477
  Workers' Compensation                       1,048,774        1,051,474                                      843,927          843,927                                     1,135,187
  Longevity Premium                                                                                           219,636          219,636                                       241,801

  Merlo Garage:
  Station Manager                                80,982           82,246        82,246         1.00            82,246           82,246          82,246        1.00            82,246
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations          152,861           70,992        70,992         1.00            70,992           70,992          70,992        1.00            70,992
  Assistant Manager, Transp Operations           67,870           70,992        70,992         1.00            70,992           70,992          70,992        1.00            70,992
  Operations Assistant                           37,167           44,579        44,579         1.00            44,579           44,579          44,579        1.00            44,579
  Part-Time Operator                          2,345,157        2,082,938        32,951        63.00         2,084,964        2,084,964          33,094       63.00         2,095,262
  Active Regular Operator                     8,910,469        8,770,943        53,439       158.00         8,466,018        8,466,018          53,670      158.00         8,505,893

  Fringe Benefits                             8,410,540        8,879,077                                    6,091,211        6,091,211                                     5,800,631
  Workers' Compensation                         345,973          584,884                                      226,677          226,677                                       336,895
  Longevity Premium                                                                                           139,932          139,932                                       168,771

  Station Operations:
  Station Agent                               1,430,694        1,317,738        66,986         23.00        1,543,981        1,543,981          67,276       23.00         1,551,138
  Chief Station Agent                           337,364          285,853        70,272          4.00          281,663          281,663          70,577        4.00           282,964




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                                         08/09       09/10                                   10/11                          10/11                        11/12
                                         Actual      Actual                        ---------Budget----------                 Est               ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total      Total                    Base          Pos             Total           Total         Base            Pos            Total


  Fringe Benefits                         $     917,688     $    1,059,960                            $      821,878    $     821,878                              $      779,198
  Workers' Compensation                          38,708             13,097                                    21,000           21,000                                      25,633
  Longevity Premium                                                                                           30,076           30,076                                      34,922

  Fringe Benefits                                                                                            654,797          654,797                                     719,495
  OTO Eastside Streetcar Startup Wages                                                                                                                                    161,883
  OTO Eastside Streetcar Startup Fringe                                                                                                                                   113,587
  Workers' Compensation
  Timeslip Differential                                                                                      455,100           455,100                                     464,349
  Road Relief Pay                                                                                            492,550           492,550                                     502,560
  Scheduled Overtime                          11,219,177        10,455,841                                 6,214,565         6,214,565                                   6,861,357
  Unscheduled & Report OT - Ops.                 390,927           303,669                                 2,684,266         2,684,266                                   2,776,144
  Unscheduled Overtime - Non-Op.                                                                             181,018           181,018                                     200,188
  Student Training Cost                                                                                      180,568           180,568                                     183,150
  Unpaid Absence                                                                                          (2,353,767)       (2,353,767)                                 (2,367,743)
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                      (861,015)           (1,737)                                                                                               (177,921)
  Unemployment Expense                                                                                        80,187           80,187                                       81,333
  Weighted Runcuts Adjustment                                                                                                                                              299,506
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                                 1,460,378        1,460,378

  Total                                   $ 108,211,343     $ 110,352,448                  1,077.00   $ 94,461,220      $ 93,623,167                   1,090.00    $   94,962,956




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                                           Actual          Actual          Budget           Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
           Expense Category                08/09           09/10           10/11             10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Administration:
Temporary Help                         $      22,182                                                                                           0.00%
Vehicle Control System Maintenance            20,700   $       3,378   $      20,000                     $      20,000          0.00%          0.93%
Rider Advocates - NECN                       477,498         164,386                                                                           0.00%
Rider Advocates - VOCS                       326,521         325,348         112,908    $      112,000         115,166          2.00%          5.38%
Laundry                                        6,069           5,884           6,589             5,000           5,400        -18.05%          0.25%
Other Services                                 4,110           5,650          17,601             3,000          17,000         -3.41%          0.79%
Office Supplies                                  344              61                                                                           0.00%
Other Materials                                9,652             133            2,330            7,000            5,660       142.92%          0.26%
Telephone                                     13,367          11,903           13,898           20,000           16,000        15.12%          0.75%
Self-Insurance BI/PD                         777,436       4,036,483        2,411,760        1,200,000        1,914,000       -20.64%         89.34%
Vehicle Registration                                                              240              120              240         0.00%          0.01%
Dues & Subscriptions                             300           1,599                                                                           0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                          215             223                                                                           0.00%
Education & Training                           4,972              47                                                                           0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                             3,441                                                                                           0.00%
Operator CDL Renewals                          6,843           5,315          12,000             6,000          10,000        -16.67%          0.47%
Rewards & Recognition                          1,342                                                                                           0.00%

Sub-Total Administration:                  1,674,994       4,560,413        2,597,326        1,353,120        2,103,466

Center Garage:
Other Services                                 2,273           5,841           2,249             1,000            2,250         0.04%          0.11%
Office Supplies                                2,817           1,141           2,940             1,200            2,800        -4.76%          0.13%
Other Materials                                2,638           3,851           3,884             3,000            3,600        -7.31%          0.17%
Telephone                                      1,575           1,061           1,985             1,000            1,200       -39.55%          0.06%
Safety Awards                                     66             320                                                                           0.00%

Sub-Total Center Garage:                       9,368          12,214          11,058             6,200            9,850




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                                            Actual             Actual          Budget           Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
            Expense Category                08/09              09/10           10/11             10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Powell Garage:
Other Services                          $       3,176      $       3,885   $       1,855    $        1,000   $        1,900         2.43%          0.09%
Office Supplies                                 7,947              3,384           2,940             2,200            2,600       -11.56%          0.12%
Other Materials                                                    5,020             971             1,200            1,000         2.99%          0.05%
Telephone                                       4,843              4,187           3,970             3,600            4,000         0.76%          0.19%
Safety Awards                                                         70                                                                           0.00%

Sub-Total Powell Garage:                       15,965             16,546           9,736             8,000            9,500

Merlo Garage:
Other Services                                 10,332              5,562           1,855             1,000            1,800        -2.96%          0.08%
Office Supplies                                 3,156              4,717             980             2,400            2,200       124.49%          0.10%
Other Materials                                   759              8,543             485               800              800        64.95%          0.04%
Telephone                                       6,736              6,025           7,147             6,000            7,000        -2.06%          0.33%
Safety Awards                                     788              2,446                               700                                         0.00%

Sub-Total Merlo Garage:                        21,771             27,293          10,467            10,900          11,800

Station Operations:
Other Services                                       217                           1,855             1,000           1,800         -2.96%          0.08%
Transfers-Fare Collection                                                                                                                          0.00%
Office Supplies                                11,566              9,027           3,140             6,000           5,000         59.24%          0.23%
Other Materials                                   313              3,801           2,330               800           1,000        -57.08%          0.05%

Sub-Total Station Operations:                  12,096             12,828           7,325             7,800           7,800

                                        $   1,734,194      $   4,629,293   $    2,635,912   $    1,386,020   $    2,142,416       -18.72%        100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - SCHEDULING

                                            Actual                    Budget           Estimate          Budget          % Change           % of
                                 08/09               09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12          FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services            $    1,482,586     $     1,592,614   $    1,232,806   $     1,232,806   $    1,066,042           -13.53%           99.38%
Materials & Services                 16,900              10,304            6,500             5,300            6,630             2.00%            0.62%

Total                        $    1,499,486     $     1,602,917   $    1,239,306   $     1,238,106   $    1,072,672           -13.45%          100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                          Performance Measures:

The Scheduling Department is responsible for three major functions:                         Continuous improvement to on-time performance, meet capacity
Scheduling, Scheduling Systems and Special Events Planning.                                  requirements and create safe and efficient work assignments for bus and
                                                                                             rail operators.
Activities:
                                                                                            Produce and distribute accurate schedule information to operators and
   Scheduling                                                                               supervisory personnel.
    - Schedule writing.
    - Runcutting.                                                                           Make efficient use of scheduling software, hardware tools and provide on-
    - Vehicle assignment.                                                                    going system administration.      Disseminate scheduling materials and
    - Material production.                                                                   information to agency users and for web production.

   Scheduling Systems                                                                      Plan, design and implement service for special events. Provide plans for
    - Scheduling systems maintenance.                                                        emergency response to service disruptions. Prepare operational service
    - Application development.                                                               plans for construction-related projects.
    - Website support.

   Special Events Planning
    -   Support to events service design.
    -   Special events service schedules.




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                                        08/09                09/10                             10/11                        10/11                          11/12
                                        Actual               Actual                  ---------Budget----------               Est                 ---------Budget----------
   Position Title                       Total                Total              Base          Pos            Total          Total           Base          Pos            Total



   Manager, Scheduling                   $     90,668    $      92,331      $    92,331         1.00   $       92,331   $     92,331    $    92,331         1.00   $       92,331
   Schedule Data Technician                   204,480          202,030           66,986         3.00          201,390        201,390         67,277         3.00          202,324
   Computer Technology Specialist             190,036          191,784           92,151         2.00          184,589        184,589         92,551         2.00          185,430
   Manager, Scheduling Systems                 80,407           82,309           82,309         1.00           82,309         82,309
   Schedule Writer II                         257,680          261,412           66,986         4.00          268,520        268,520         67,277         4.00          269,765
   Schedule Writer I (Field Scheduler)        172,335          172,278



   Fringe Benefits                            481,373          589,951                                        336,718        336,718                                      296,781
   Workers' Compensation                          419
   Longevity Premium                                                                                           18,514          18,514                                      16,939
   Unscheduled Overtime                         4,194                 518                                       2,472           2,472                                       2,472
   Capitalized Labor/Fringe                       994
   OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                                    45,962          45,962

   Total                                 $   1,482,586   $   1,592,614                         11.00   $    1,232,806   $   1,232,806                      10.00   $    1,066,042




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                                         Actual          Actual             Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10              10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Other Services                       $      11,110   $       3,701      $       2,400   $        3,000   $       3,030        26.25%         45.70%
Office Supplies                                                                   800              400             800         0.00%         12.07%
Other Materials                                241           1,526                900              300             800       -11.11%         12.07%
Microcomputer Materials                      2,272           2,638                                                                            0.00%
Telephone                                    1,762           1,592              2,400            1,600           2,000       -16.67%         30.17%
Local Travel & Meetings                         14                                                                                            0.00%
Education & Training                                              525                                                                         0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                           1,501                322                                                                         0.00%
                                     $      16,900   $      10,304      $       6,500   $        5,300   $       6,630        2.00%        100.00%




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Department Summary         OPERATIONS - FIELD OPERATIONS

                                                Actual                          Budget               Estimate              Budget          % Change             % of
                                      08/09                 09/10               10/11                 10/11                11/12          FY11- FY12          Dept. Total

Personal Services               $     11,897,385     $      13,775,161     $     11,595,982     $        11,284,413   $     11,489,351            -0.92%             98.04%
Materials & Services                     290,682               269,160              204,772                 199,420            229,212            11.94%              1.96%

Total                           $     12,188,067     $      14,044,321     $     11,800,754     $        11,483,833   $     11,718,563            -0.70%           100.00%




Responsibility:

The Field Operations Department consists of Bus Dispatch, Rail Control,                              Performance Measures:
Road and Rail Supervisor functions and personnel in one department, for
efficient use of field personnel and equipment and effective coordination of                              Maintain or exceed 90% bus and 95% MAX on-time performance.
transportation operations during regular and special event service and in
response to incidents.                                                                                    Improve revenue collection.

Activities:                                                                                               High customer satisfaction for special event service operations.

        Operation of rail control & bus dispatch.
        Control & supervision of all light rail and bus movements according to
         standard operating procedures and principles of Safety and Service
         Excellence.
        Enforcement of TriMet Codes relating to fare policy and other
         regulations.
        Maintain safe, secure and on-time service to TriMet customers.
        Prepare and manage operating plans for special events service.




In FY2009-10, Fare Revenue transferred from Finance & Administration Division to Field Operations in the Operations Division.




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                                        08/09       09/10                                10/11                        10/11                          11/12
                                       Actual       Actual                     ---------Budget----------               Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total        Total                Base          Pos            Total          Total           Base          Pos            Total



  Administration:
  Manager, Field Operations           $     88,207    $     89,492    $    89,492         1.00   $       89,492   $      89,492   $    89,492         1.00   $       89,492
  Manager, Rail Operations                  91,717          93,062         93,062         1.00           93,062          93,062        93,062         1.00           93,062
  Assistant Manager, Field Operations      320,180          98,620         77,047         1.00           77,047          77,047        77,047         1.00           77,047
  Assistant Manager, Field Operations                                      77,047         1.00           77,047          77,047        77,047         1.00           77,047

  Fringe Benefits                          202,845         126,977                                      114,685        114,685                                      122,853
  Workers' Compensation                        169

  Road Operations:
  Field Operations Coordinator              195,917         133,013        70,271        2.00           140,830         140,830        70,576        3.00           212,221
  Dispatcher                              1,280,633       1,302,590        66,986       18.00         1,208,331       1,208,331        67,276       18.00         1,213,932
  Lead Field Supervisor                     279,725         293,536        70,271        4.00           281,660         281,660        70,576        4.00           282,962
  Road Supervisor                         1,871,066       2,370,042        66,986       27.00         1,812,497       1,812,497        67,276       28.50         1,922,059

  Fringe Benefits                         1,907,144       2,499,785                                   1,583,687       1,583,687                                   1,580,925
  Workers' Compensation                       5,624          50,391                                      13,000          13,000                                      50,107
  Longevity Premium                                                                                      85,425          85,425                                      88,339
  Unscheduled Overtime                     482,657         274,687                                      346,213         346,213                                     421,187
  Night Differential                                                                                      5,151           5,151                                       5,518

  Rail Operations:
  Lead Dispatcher/Controller
  Controller                              1,216,896       1,362,560        66,986       19.00         1,275,461       1,275,461        67,276       19.00         1,281,373
  Rail Supervisor                         1,566,442       2,373,019        66,986       27.00         1,812,497       1,812,497        67,276       26.00         1,753,458

  Fringe Benefits                         1,509,651       2,256,899                                   1,423,189       1,423,189                                   1,324,326
  Workers' Compensation                       3,651          84,267                                      40,000          40,000                                      49,815
  Longevity Premium                                                                                      72,645          72,645                                      66,118




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BUD1 Personal Services   OPERATIONS - FIELD OPERATIONS
                                       08/09       09/10                                  10/11                        10/11                           11/12
                                      Actual       Actual                       ---------Budget----------               Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total        Total                  Base          Pos            Total          Total            Base          Pos            Total



  Unscheduled Overtime             $     383,839     $     336,101                                $      271,800   $     271,800                               $      316,768
  Night Differential                                                                                       4,517           4,517                                        4,766

  Fare Inspection:
  Fare Inspector                         325,542                       $    66,986         5.00          335,648         335,648    $    67,276         5.00          337,203

  Fringe Benefits                        411,156            32,118                                       151,532         151,532                                      144,720
  Workers' Compensation                   24,322             3,422
  Longevity Premium                                                                                                                                                    13,990
  Unscheduled Overtime                     79,049
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe               (349,047)           (5,418)                                                                                                   (39,939)
  Attrition Adjustment
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                               280,566         280,566
  Budget Reduction

  Total                            $   11,897,385    $   13,775,161                     106.00    $   11,595,982   $   11,284,413                    107.50    $   11,489,351




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                                         Actual          Actual             Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change       % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10              10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Administration:
Temporary Help                       $       6,366   $      11,035                                                                              0.00%
Other Services                              13,583           9,209      $        6,846   $        16,000   $        8,298       21.21%          3.62%
Office Supplies                             13,221           4,059               1,750             2,000            1,785        2.00%          0.78%
Other Materials                                166             601               4,771             2,000            4,866        1.99%          2.12%
Local Travel & Meetings                                                                                                                         0.00%
Telephone                                      140                                                                                              0.00%
Education & Training                         6,030                 50                                                                           0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                                                                                                              0.00%
Employee Recognition                         1,117                478                                                                           0.00%

Sub-Total Administration:                   40,623          25,433             13,367             20,000          14,949

Road Operations:
Uniforms                                    21,508          17,487             13,000              8,200          13,115         0.88%          5.72%
Vehicle Control System Maintenance          69,561         113,335             85,500             82,000         107,210        25.39%         46.77%
Other Services                               6,102           8,806              2,885              8,000           2,943         2.01%          1.28%
Computer Supplies                              401                                                                                              0.00%
Other Materials                             28,316           3,384               6,540             5,000            6,671        2.00%          2.91%
A-Board Material                                                                                                                                0.00%
Telephone                                   14,478          13,735               9,300            11,000            9,486        2.00%          4.14%
Education & Training                           863             115                                                                              0.00%
Driver Accommodations                       24,597          24,484             40,000             36,000          40,000         0.00%         17.45%
CDL Renewals                                   505             213                400                100             400         0.00%          0.17%

Sub-Total Road Operations:                 166,331         181,559            157,625           150,300          179,825




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BUD2 Materials & Services    OPERATIONS - FIELD OPERATIONS

                                        Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate          Budget       % Change       % of
          Expense Category              08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11            11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Rail Operations:
Uniforms                            $      16,564   $      23,904   $      12,000   $         7,000   $      12,230        1.92%          5.34%
Other Services                                241             502             385             1,000             393        2.08%          0.17%
Computer Supplies                           4,656           2,104                                                                         0.00%
Other Materials                            29,738          23,744          10,623            11,000          10,835        2.00%          4.73%
A-Board Material                                                                                                                          0.00%
Telephone                                  13,900          11,670          10,400            10,000          10,608        2.00%          4.63%
CDL Renewals                                  363             243             372               120             372        0.00%          0.16%

Sub-Total Rail Operations:                 65,462          62,168          33,780            29,120          34,438

Fare Inspection:
Uniforms                                    4,481                                                                                         0.00%
Temporary Help                              6,146                                                                                         0.00%
Other Materials                                28                                                                                         0.00%
Telephone                                   4,509                                                                                         0.00%
Education & Training                        3,102                                                                                         0.00%

Sub-Total Fare Inspection:                 18,267

                                    $     290,682   $     269,160   $     204,772   $      199,420    $     229,212       11.94%       100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - TRANSPORTATION PLANNING

                                         Actual                       Budget           Estimate           Budget          % Change            % of
                                08/09                09/10            10/11             10/11             11/12          FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services          $       760,326   $         755,952    $      724,235   $       724,235   $        738,766             2.01%            50.40%
Materials & Services             1,010,573             684,684           712,687           604,000            727,111             2.02%            49.60%

Total                      $     1,770,900   $        1,440,636   $    1,436,922   $     1,328,235   $      1,465,876             2.02%          100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                         Performance Measures:

The Transportation Planning Department is responsible for service planning                       Successfully implement transit service changes within budget, on time
and program management.                                                                           and achieve ridership objectives.

Activities:                                                                                      Sustain service reallocation program to achieve at least 75%
                                                                                                  revenue/platform hours for bus service.
   Service Planning
        - Annual service change implementation.
        - Five-year Transit Investment Plan (TIP).
        - Operational plans and analysis.

   Program Management
        - Jobs access and reverse commute grant.




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                                              08/09        09/10                          10/11                        10/11                      11/12
                                              Actual      Actual                ---------Budget----------               Est             ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                               Total       Total             Base           Pos          Total         Total         Base           Pos           Total



  Director, Service Planning & Scheduling   $   111,590    $   112,836   $    112,836        1.00   $    112,836   $   112,836   $    112,836        1.00    $   112,836
  Sr Mgr, Comm Programs & Serv Develop           90,650         92,185         92,185        1.00         92,185        92,185         92,185        1.00         92,185
  Manager, Service Planning                      81,735         80,305         83,165        1.00         83,165        83,165         83,165        1.00         83,165
  Planner III                                   194,988        194,185         64,728        3.00        194,185       194,185         64,728        3.00        194,185
  Planner II                                     48,909         50,467         50,467        1.00         50,467        50,467         50,467        1.00         50,467



  Fringe Benefits                               232,561        225,974                                   191,397       191,397                                   205,927
  Workers' Compensation                             231
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                         (338)

  Total                                     $   760,326    $   755,952                       7.00   $    724,235   $   724,235                       7.00    $   738,766




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                                           Actual           Actual             Budget             Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category                 08/09            09/10              10/11               10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Professional & Technical               $      17,668    $       1,393                                                                               0.00%
Jobs Access E&D Investments                  321,655           15,240                                                                               0.00%
Elderly & Disabled                           140,622              425                                                                               0.00%
Program Services - Job Access                523,871          658,896      $     709,187      $      600,000   $     723,371         2.00%         99.49%
Programs & Services                                               156                                                                               0.00%
Other Services                                                                          600              100             400       -33.33%          0.06%
Office Supplies                                2,050            2,900                   600            1,600           1,000        66.67%          0.14%
Other Materials                                  302            1,359                   300              200             300         0.00%          0.04%
Microcomputer Materials                          956              191                                                                               0.00%
Telephone                                      1,905            2,375              2,000               2,100           2,040         2.00%          0.28%
Dues & Subscriptions                             905              930                                                                               0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                                           180                                                                               0.00%
Education & Training                             777                                                                                                0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                              (138)                638                                                                            0.00%

                                       $   1,010,573    $     684,684      $     712,687      $      604,000   $     727,111         2.02%        100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS-LIFT

                                           Actual                      Budget             Estimate             Budget            % Change              % of
                                   08/09             09/10             10/11               10/11               11/12            FY11- FY12           Dept. Total

Personal Services            $      1,009,823   $     1,151,248   $      1,037,177    $        1,037,177   $     1,059,154               2.12%               3.51%
Materials & Services               30,158,508        29,666,642         29,271,629            30,013,005        29,158,718              -0.39%              96.49%

Total                        $     31,168,331   $    30,817,890   $     30,308,806    $       31,050,183   $    30,217,872              -0.30%            100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                           Performance Measures:

The Accessible Transportation Programs - LIFT Department is responsible                        Exceed 93% of pickups within 30 minutes of scheduled pickup window.
for providing safe, reliable and efficient demand-response transportation in
support of the LIFT Program, designed to meet the American with Disabilities                   Achieve 100,000 miles or more per preventable collision.
Act (ADA) requirement for complementary paratransit service for persons
unable to use fixed route service.                                                             Maintain or exceed rides per vehicle hour at 1.75.

Activities:                                                                                    Eligibility assessment for new and re-certification of existing LIFT clients.

   Deliver safe, high-quality and cost-effective paratransit service that meets               Answer 95% of customer calls within 5 minutes.
    or exceeds ADA requirements.
   Maximize resources through the LIFT eligibility process. Effectively                       Maintain or exceed rides per vehicle hour at 2.0.
    evaluate LIFT applicants’ functional abilities to determine most
    appropriate mode of travel and conditions under which trips can be taken.                  95,000 miles between chargeable road calls for LIFT buses.
   Review quality of customer service through analysis of customer feedback
    of all aspects of experiences with LIFT service and using that process to
    improve service. Improve relationships with the community through
    outreach, including staff support to TriMet’s Committee on Accessible
    Transportation (CAT).




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                                                08/09      09/10                     10/11                                      10/11                         11/12
                                               Actual      Actual          ---------Budget----------                             Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                                Total      Total       Base           Pos           Total                       Total           Base           Pos          Total



  Director, ATP                                      $    118,059    $     27,038
  Mgr, LIFT Service Delivery                               84,101          87,550    $   87,550      1.00   $     87,550    $      87,550   $     87,550       1.00   $       87,550
  ATP Operations Administrator                             68,350          69,614        69,614      1.00         69,614           69,614         69,614       1.00           69,614
  LIFT Service Quality Administrator                       58,343          59,195        59,195      1.00         59,195           59,195         59,195       1.00           59,195
  Administrative Specialist - ATP                          41,842          42,645        53,307      0.80         42,645           42,645         53,307       0.80           42,645
  Administrative Specialist - ATP                          61,482          14,571        41,487      0.50         20,744           20,744         41,487       0.50           20,744
  Manager, LIFT Eligibility & Comm. Relations              70,824          72,120        83,608      1.00         83,608           83,608         83,608       1.00           83,608
  Senior Eligibility Specialist - LIFT Eligibility         85,997          85,149        85,149      1.00         85,149           85,149         85,149       1.00           85,149
  Coordinator - LIFT Eligibility                           56,296          62,141
  Coordinator - LIFT Eligibility                                          109,625        51,318      3.00        153,954         153,954          51,318       3.00          153,954
  Coordinator - LIFT Eligibility                           49,247          51,318        51,318      1.00         51,318          51,318          51,318       1.00           51,318
  Administrative Specialist - LIFT Eligibility                             82,975        41,487      2.00         82,975          82,975          41,487       2.00           82,975

  Fringe Benefits                                         315,000         387,307                                300,426         300,426                                     322,403
  Workers' Compensation                                       282


  Total                                              $   1,009,823   $   1,151,248                  12.30   $   1,037,177   $   1,037,177                     12.30   $    1,059,154




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                                                 Actual          Actual           Budget           Estimate             Budget          % Change        % of
              Expense Category                   08/09           08/09            10/11             10/11               11/12          FY11-FY12     M & S Total



LIFT Operations:
LIFT Central Dispatch                        $   2,016,885   $    2,085,068   $    1,987,788   $     1,987,750      $    1,973,500          -0.72%          6.77%
Professional & Technical                            49,840           17,836           10,000            10,000              10,000           0.00%          0.03%
Office Equipment Service/Repair                      1,432              864            1,000             1,235                 995          -0.50%          0.00%
ATP Accident Repair                                  1,102            2,834            1,000                                              -100.00%          0.00%
ATP Central Maintenance Contract                 2,234,918        2,173,071        1,983,785         1,983,785           1,878,070          -5.33%          6.44%
Background Check Services                           12,217           11,427           11,040             9,600              10,500          -4.89%          0.04%
Printing Services                                   15,294           11,051           19,650            19,650              18,850          -4.07%          0.06%
Other Services                                      16,189           13,076            8,000             8,000               7,900          -1.25%          0.03%
Other Services-Revenue Vehicle Maintenance         103,713           90,213          100,200           100,200             100,000          -0.20%          0.34%
Diesel Fuel - Revenue Vehicles                   2,162,197        1,910,363        2,216,000         2,505,292           2,617,455          18.12%          8.98%
Oil & Lubricants                                    58,614           60,374           90,000            60,000              75,000         -16.67%          0.26%
Gasoline - Revenue Vehicles                         93,109           96,357          116,000            98,000             110,500          -4.74%          0.38%
Tires, Lease/Purchase Revenue                       72,507           94,403           73,584            70,000              70,000          -4.87%          0.24%
Office Supplies                                     19,336           15,880           16,320             9,000               9,500         -41.79%          0.03%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                        6,323            3,713            7,875             7,875               7,900           0.32%          0.03%
Other Materials                                      4,547            7,061            7,220             7,220               7,285           0.90%          0.02%
Postage                                             23,635           12,986            9,600             6,500               6,500         -32.29%          0.02%
ATP Maintenance Materials                           12,267           11,451           11,588            11,588              11,500          -0.76%          0.04%
Telephone                                           46,746           40,936           36,840            34,000              36,000          -2.28%          0.12%
Insurance Premium                                  597,851          557,281        1,163,861         1,163,861           1,230,729           5.75%          4.22%
Region 2 Insurance Premium                         452,067          436,106                                                                                 0.00%
Region 3 Insurance Premium                         632,376          514,445                                                                                 0.00%
PI/PD                                               17,266           22,469                                                                                 0.00%
LIFT Transportation                              6,961,008        6,914,199       17,353,961        18,137,575          17,520,505           0.96%         60.09%
LIFT Transportation - Region 2                   5,042,002        5,018,871                                                                                 0.00%
LIFT Transportation - Region 3                   6,304,255        6,438,355                                                                                 0.00%
LIFT Supplemental Cab Service                    3,105,845        2,695,253        3,103,806         2,950,500           2,578,946         -16.91%          8.84%
Quick Response Cab Service                             690              374                                                                                 0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                                725            1,028                                   100                100                        0.00%




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                                               Actual           Actual           Budget             Estimate             Budget          % Change        % of
              Expense Category                 08/09            08/09            10/11               10/11               11/12          FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Education & Training                       $       1,846    $       (1,059) $             800   $              800   $            750        -6.25%          0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                 4,146             3,100                                                                                   0.00%
CAT Committee                                     34,370            26,940           34,475              33,500              34,805           0.96%          0.12%
Leases                                            53,191            48,876           31,600              31,600                            -100.00%          0.00%

Sub-Total LIFT Operations:                     30,158,508       29,335,202       28,395,993          29,247,631          28,317,290

LIFT Eligibility:
Contracted Dispatch                                                                  36,000              40,000              51,290          42.47%          0.18%
Contracted Eligibility Assessment                                   96,149          318,136             327,074             337,032           5.94%          1.16%
Professional & Technical                                             9,455            2,000               2,000               1,000         -50.00%          0.00%
Office Equipment Service/Repair                                         83            1,000               1,000               1,000           0.00%          0.00%
ATP Central Maintenance Contract                                     1,394            5,500               8,000              13,000         136.36%          0.04%
Printing Services                                                   14,363            7,500               8,000               7,500           0.00%          0.03%
Other Services                                                      12,570            7,500               8,600               7,500           0.00%          0.03%
Diesel Fuel - Revenue Vehicles                                       1,689            5,500               7,000               5,820           5.82%          0.02%
Office Supplies                                                     12,969           13,000              12,000              12,000          -7.69%          0.04%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                                          456            2,500               2,500               2,500           0.00%          0.01%
Other Materials                                                      7,293           63,000               3,000               3,000         -95.24%          0.01%
Postage                                                              8,629           13,000              22,500              20,000          53.85%          0.07%
Telephone                                                            5,132           11,400               2,000               2,200         -80.70%          0.01%
Eligibility Transportation                                          65,807          253,000             180,000             239,300          -5.42%          0.82%
Local Travel & Meetings                                                 22                                  100                                              0.00%
Education & Training                                                 3,115              300                 300                 300           0.00%          0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                                     969            1,300               1,300               1,300           0.00%          0.00%
Special Events Service                                                 153                                                                                   0.00%
Leases                                                              91,191          135,000             140,000             136,686           1.25%          0.47%

Sub-Total LIFT Eligibility:                                       331,440           875,636             765,374             841,428

                                           $   30,158,508   $   29,666,642   $   29,271,629     $    30,013,005      $   29,158,718          -0.39%        100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAMS-MTP

                                           Actual                      Budget             Estimate             Budget          % Change            % of
                                   08/09             09/10             10/11               10/11               11/12          FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services            $        417,347   $       382,896   $        412,639    $          412,639   $      424,487             2.87%              2.54%
Materials & Services               14,852,741        14,871,037         16,192,732            16,192,732       16,305,660             0.70%             97.46%

Total                        $     15,270,088   $    15,253,933   $     16,605,371    $       16,605,371   $   16,730,147             0.75%           100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                           Performance Measures:

The Accessible Transportation Programs - MTP Department is responsible                         Client transportation available for medical transports 24hours/day, 365
for providing safe, reliable and efficient transportation in support of the                     days /year.
Medical     Transportation Program (MTP), TriMet’s Intergovernmental
Agreement with the State of Oregon Department of Medical Assistance                            80% of client calls answered within three minutes, 95% of calls answered
Programs (DMAP) to broker Medicaid-eligible trips.                                              within five minutes.

Activities:                                                                                    Transportation provider drivers pass FBI fingerprint background checks.

   Develop and implement contracting and scheduling processes to provide                      Transportation provider vehicles pass annual ASE, ADA and MTP
    safe, successful service to Medicaid transportation clients via professional                inspections.
    ride scheduling services and skilled transportation providers.




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                                              08/09       09/10                     10/11                          10/11                         11/12
                                              Actual      Actual          ---------Budget----------                 Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                              Total       Total       Base           Pos           Total           Total           Base           Pos          Total



  Manager, Transportation Brokerage          $     78,982   $    84,522    $    84,522    1.00   $    84,522   $      84,522   $     84,522       1.00   $       84,522
  Administrative Specialist - ATP                  36,369        36,602         41,487    1.00        41,487          41,487         45,706       1.00           45,706
  Administrative Specialist - ATP                  19,461        14,571         41,487    0.50        20,744          20,744         41,487       0.50           20,744
  MTP Contract Administrator                       58,291        60,237         60,237    1.00        60,237          60,237         60,468       1.00           60,468
  MTP Programmer/Analyst                          108,267        92,394         92,394    1.00        92,394          92,394         92,394       1.00           92,394



  Fringe Benefits                                 114,310        95,718                              113,254        113,254                                     120,652
  Workers' Compensation                               136
  Overtime                                          1,531
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                                       (1,148)

  Total                                      $    417,347   $   382,896                   4.50   $   412,639   $    412,639                       4.50   $      424,487




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                                             Actual           Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
              Expense Category               08/09            08/09            10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



DMAP - MTP:
MTP Central Dispatch                     $    1,229,390   $    1,334,557   $    1,220,731   $     1,220,731   $    1,286,663         5.40%          7.89%
Legal                                                                                                                    500                        0.00%
OMAP Survey                                                                        45,000            45,000           45,000         0.00%          0.28%
Temporary Staff                                                     383             1,900             1,900            1,900         0.00%          0.01%
Background Checks                               32,395           31,610            34,600            34,600           40,500        17.05%          0.25%
Printing Services                                4,172            3,571             7,440             7,440            7,440         0.00%          0.05%
Other Services                                   3,464              342            25,000            25,000           25,000         0.00%          0.15%
Tickets                                         57,743          100,185           108,593           108,593          112,470         3.57%          0.69%
Passes                                         115,380          111,803           111,333           111,333          131,000        17.67%          0.80%
Office Supplies                                  5,346            6,582             7,125             7,125            7,125         0.00%          0.04%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                    7,236           16,990            24,509            24,509           26,780         9.27%          0.16%
Other Materials                                     30              236               950               950              950         0.00%          0.01%
Postage                                          9,684           16,428            14,288            14,288           16,200        13.38%          0.10%
Software Enhancements                                             3,922             9,500             9,500            9,500         0.00%          0.06%
Telephone                                       47,576           44,336            50,920            50,920           45,900        -9.86%          0.28%
Insurance Premium                                                                 300,000           300,000          400,000        33.33%          2.45%
MTP Transportation                           12,285,942       11,997,025       13,065,890        13,065,890       12,927,000        -1.06%         79.28%
Local Travel                                      1,323            1,251            1,640             1,640            1,650         0.61%          0.01%
Education & Training                              2,999            2,974            5,130             5,130            2,600       -49.32%          0.02%
Out-of-Town Travel                                4,069            4,426            6,850             6,850            6,850         0.00%          0.04%
Building Expense Transfer - ATP                  46,997           50,724           51,745            51,745           52,170         0.82%          0.32%

Sub-Total DMAP-MTP:                          13,853,745       13,727,344       15,093,144        15,093,144       15,147,198




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                                             Actual             Actual             Budget             Estimate             Budget        % Change        % of
              Expense Category               08/09              08/09              10/11               10/11               11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Waivered Non-Medical:
Contracted Dispatch                      $      64,705      $       69,235     $       64,249     $        64,249      $       67,720         5.40%          0.42%
Temporary Staff                                                         15                100                 100                 100         0.00%          0.00%
Background Checks                                 1,676              1,640              1,821               1,821               2,131        17.02%          0.01%
Printing Services                                    69                170                260                 260                 260         0.00%          0.00%
Other Services                                        7                                20,000              20,000              10,000       -50.00%          0.06%
Tickets                                                                                   519                 519               1,000        92.68%          0.01%
Passes                                                                                    519                 519               2,080       300.77%          0.01%
Office Supplies                                        42                  4              375                 375                 375         0.00%          0.00%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                         381                240            1,291               1,291               1,410         9.22%          0.01%
Other Materials                                         2                 11               50                  50                  50         0.00%          0.00%
Postage                                                76                129              752                 752                 850        13.03%          0.01%
Software                                                                                  500                 500                 500         0.00%          0.00%
Telephone                                        3,373               2,333              2,680               2,680               2,420        -9.70%          0.01%
MTP Cab Transportation                         926,023           1,067,154          1,003,478           1,003,478           1,065,900         6.22%          6.54%
Local Travel                                         6                  16                                                        360                        0.00%
Education & Training                               148                  70                  270                  270              200       -25.93%          0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                  16                                                                            360                        0.00%
Building Expense Transfer - ATP                  2,474               2,676              2,724               2,724               2,746         0.81%          0.02%

Sub-Total Waivered Non-Medical:                998,996           1,143,693          1,099,588           1,099,588           1,158,462

                                         $   14,852,741     $   14,871,037     $   16,192,732     $    16,192,732      $   16,305,660         0.70%        100.00%




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Department Summary      OPERATIONS - BUS MAINTENANCE

                                          Actual                      Budget            Estimate             Budget          % Change            % of
                                  08/09             09/10             10/11              10/11               11/12          FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services           $     29,870,292   $    29,433,564    $    26,366,890   $       25,658,445   $   26,141,018             -0.86%            50.20%
Materials & Services              31,416,068        29,047,123         21,175,745           26,003,887       25,932,928             22.47%            49.80%

Total                       $     61,286,360   $    58,480,687    $    47,542,635   $       51,662,332   $   52,073,946              9.53%           100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                         Performance Measures:

The Bus Maintenance Department is responsible for effectively and efficiently                15,000 miles between chargeable road calls for fixed-route buses.
providing safe, clean and reliable vehicles and other services for use by its
customers, passengers, operators and staff.                                                  92.5% attendance for Bus Maintenance employees.

Activities:                                                                                  Maintain 15 or fewer instances of workplace accidents per 200,000 labor
                                                                                              hours.
   Develop and manage replacement schedules for all fixed-route buses and
    non-revenue vehicles.                                                                    85% on-time completion of preventive maintenance procedures.
   Conduct preventive maintenance procedures in full compliance with
    preventive maintenance program guidelines for all vehicles within its                    Scheduled maintenance activities to account for 75% of bus repair hours.
    responsibility.
                                                                                             Maintenance fixed route bus cost per vehicle mile (excluding fuel) at or
   Train employees to necessary safety and skill levels, administer apprentice
                                                                                              below $1.56.
    program for diesel bus mechanics. Provide recurrent update and vendor
    training for the entire workforce.                                                       Bus Maintenance inventory turnover rate at or more than 2.0.
   Maintain fleet appearance through daily cleaning, exterior washing, fueling.
   Repair all defects and failures in mechanical and body systems.
   Provide modern, safe, well-maintained shops, tools and equipment.
   Develop, administer, train and utilize the Maintenance Management
    Information System (MMIS) for scheduling, analysis and reporting of Bus
    and Rail Maintenance activities.
   Manage contracts for procurement of maintenance materials, services and
    capital goods.
   Administer revenue and NRV warranty programs.
   Oversee inventory receiving, control and distribution in storerooms for Bus
    and Rail Maintenance.




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                                    08/09        09/10                                   10/11                            10/11                            11/12
                                    Actual       Actual                        ---------Budget----------                   Est                   ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                    Total        Total                    Base            Pos            Total            Total             Base            Pos            Total


  Director, Maintenance Operations                                    $    140,000           1.00   $     140,000     $     140,000     $    117,158         1.00    $      117,158
  Director, Bus Maintenance        $       71,161    $      121,884
  Garage Manager                          274,486           258,904         93,139          3.00           279,416           279,416           88,622        3.00           265,865
  Maintenance Supervisor                1,051,261           973,690         71,280         14.00           997,920           997,920           71,280       14.00           997,920
  Assistant Supervisor                    569,752           578,253         63,021         12.00           757,977           757,977           63,294       12.00           761,504
  Journeyman/Apprentice Mechanic        8,852,742         8,668,947         54,807        154.00         8,462,447         8,462,447           55,045      155.00         8,557,437
  Maintenance Mechanic                    539,688           426,429         54,071          7.00           379,501           379,501           54,305        7.00           381,286
  Helper & Spotter                      3,195,194         3,512,033         44,293         61.00         2,710,651         2,710,651           44,485       61.00         2,723,624
  MMIS/Clerk of Maintenance               257,856           295,291         52,145          7.00           366,021           366,021           52,371        7.00           367,748
  Cleaner/Relief MMIS                     178,074           158,419
  Cleaner                                 269,989           275,834         44,412           3.00         133,666           133,666            44,604        3.00           134,306
  Tire Servicer                           360,962           389,520         54,071           7.00         379,501           379,501            54,305        7.00           381,286
  Manager, Maintenance Training            86,668            94,903         88,636           1.00          88,636            88,636            81,808        1.00            81,808
  Assistant Manager, Inventory             71,744
  Warranty/Contracts Coordinator           58,337           59,675          59,675           1.00          59,675            59,675            59,675        1.00            59,675
  Maintenance Trainer                     291,606          294,112          63,021           4.00         252,659           252,659            63,294        4.00           253,835
  Stores Supervisor                        70,518           69,175          69,175           1.00          69,175            69,175            69,175        1.00            69,175
  Senior Storekeeper
  Assistant Storekeeper                  264,469           181,869          58,971           4.00         236,458           236,458            59,227        4.00           237,564
  Junior Partsman                        289,548           263,943          52,052           5.00         260,978           260,978            52,278        4.00           209,768
  Partsman                               308,851           302,339          56,094           4.00         224,953           224,953            56,338        5.00           282,510
  NRV Mechanic                           207,459           228,934          54,811           3.00         164,865           164,865            55,049        3.00           165,640

  Fringe                               11,055,997        11,366,872                                      8,575,762         8,575,762                                      8,215,258
  Workers' Compensation                   739,263           548,562                                        425,363           425,363                                        558,517
  Longevity Premium                                                                                        636,365           636,365                                        663,956
  Night Differential                                                                                       181,628           181,628                                        185,319
  Training Pay                                                                                               5,677             5,677                                          5,758
  Tool Allowance                                                                                           141,185           141,185                                        144,053
  Unscheduled Overtime                  1,090,067          363,976                                         374,395           374,395                                        413,045
  Unpaid Absence                                                                                           (72,067)          (72,067)                                       (72,495)
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe               (285,400)                                                                                                                          (20,507)
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                                134,082           134,082

  Total                           $    29,870,292    $   29,433,564                       292.00    $   26,366,890    $   25,658,445                       293.00    $   26,141,018



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                                                Actual             Actual           Budget           Estimate            Budget        % Change    % of
               Expense Category                 08/09              09/10            10/11             10/11              11/12        FY11-FY12 M & S Total



Contracted Bus Maintenance - MAF            $      314,897     $     276,579    $      195,557   $       275,000     $      199,732       2.13%       0.77%
Other Services                                     146,749           150,036           113,000           120,000            118,102       4.52%       0.46%
CRT Filter Cleaning                                                                     76,325            45,000             69,411      -9.06%       0.27%
Diesel Fuel - Revenue Vehicles                   20,234,480        17,675,561       12,865,287        15,080,071         17,507,827      36.09%      67.51%
Office Supplies                                      36,167            27,789           30,000            29,500             30,600       2.00%       0.12%
Telephone                                            22,331            22,894           24,000            23,500             24,480       2.00%       0.09%
Dues & Subscriptions                                  2,145               300                                                                         0.00%
Local Travel & Meetings                                 405                                                                                           0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                   16,692                                                                                           0.00%
CDL Renewals                                          4,148             1,243            2,800             1,500              2,856       2.00%       0.01%
Employee Recognition                                 16,046             5,922                              2,000              3,500                   0.01%
Laundry                                             107,335           109,960           98,039           112,500            100,086       2.09%       0.39%
Oil & Lubricants                                    661,438           573,091          304,632           496,000            310,909       2.06%       1.20%
Tires, Lease/Purchase Revenue                       722,421           617,270          573,295           595,000            585,107       2.06%       2.26%
Repair Materials - Revenue Equipment                 73,755            60,835           55,000            56,750             56,100       2.00%       0.22%
Repair Materials - Snow/Ice                             271                85                                                                         0.00%
Maint. Materials - Revenue Equipment              6,921,430         7,900,765        5,830,659         7,833,500          5,872,445        0.72%     22.64%
Freight - Priority                                   68,369            46,709           60,000            56,225             59,700       -0.50%      0.23%
Shop Equipment Replacement                           19,091             7,373           10,000             8,250              8,200      -18.00%      0.03%
Cleaning Supplies                                   228,017           216,052          174,632           185,225            178,252        2.07%      0.69%
Small Hand Tools                                     30,092            26,396           19,500            24,650             19,890        2.00%      0.08%
Other Materials                                      19,712            16,511           15,000            14,950             15,300        2.00%      0.06%
Safety Supplies                                     106,342            97,551           60,019            98,250             61,271        2.09%      0.24%
Winter Supplies                                      77,595           358,634                            167,550             25,800                   0.10%
Engine Overhaul Program                             461,377                                                                                           0.00%
USCC Seats & Cushions                                57,500                                                                                           0.00%
Sardo Seat Insert Replacement Program                76,440                                                                                           0.00%
Education & Training                                  9,953           10,226                                2,000             2,000                   0.01%
Operating Expense Transfer                         (107,021)                                              (48,000)                                    0.00%




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                                               Actual            Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change    % of
               Expense Category                08/09             09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12 M & S Total



Obsolete Inventory                         $       17,446                                                                                         0.00%
Average Cost Variance                                  61 $          1,478                     $           566                                    0.00%
Inventory Adjustments                             289,783          124,802                             163,168                                    0.00%
Invoice Price Variance                             (9,201)          (2,164)                            (13,018)                                   0.00%
Body Work - Non Revenue Vehicles                   13,815            8,288 $           5,000            25,442 $          5,100       2.00%       0.02%
Diesel Fuel - Non Revenue Vehicles                 40,380           55,177            32,000            27,732           32,640       2.00%       0.13%
Gasoline - Non Revenue Vehicles                   387,678          382,699           360,000           385,452          367,200       2.00%       1.42%
Tires - Non Revenue Vehicles                       24,092           20,508            16,000            27,338           20,320      27.00%       0.08%
Maint. Materials - NRVs                           323,838          254,554           255,000           207,786          256,100       0.43%       0.99%

                                           $    31,416,068   $   29,047,123   $   21,175,745   $    26,003,887   $   25,932,928      22.47%     100.00%




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Department Summary         OPERATIONS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

                                                    Actual                        Budget              Estimate               Budget           % Change            % of
                                       08/09                 09/10                10/11                10/11                 11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services               $               -       $     8,095,036     $       7,403,751     $       7,204,822     $      7,308,786             -1.28%            51.66%
Materials & Services                            -             8,277,389             7,697,367             8,331,886            6,839,809            -11.14%            48.34%

Total                           $               -       $    16,372,425     $     15,101,118      $     15,536,708      $     14,148,595             -6.31%           100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                                          Performance Measures:

The Facilities Management Department is responsible for managing facility                                       Maximize existing resources to increase services and efficiencies at district
assets, planning, acquiring and allocating resources, maintaining assets and                                     facilities, platforms, transit centers, park and rides and neighborhood bus
providing a safe, healthy and productive work environment.                                                       shelters, focusing on service quality.

Activities:                                                                                                     Value the contributions of and invest in each employee, engage staff in
                                                                                                                 decision-making. Implement improvements to expand services and
   Transit centers, MAX station platforms, park and rides and Portland Mall                                     demonstrate strong commitment to quality, recognizing all contributions.
    maintenance.
   Facility planning, renovation and maintenance.                                                              Reduce operating costs through sustainable programs and campaigns in
   Sustainable landscaping practices oversight and management.                                                  support of the agency goal of being an environmental leader.
   Space planning and implementation.
   Concession program management.                                                                              Develop Concession Program that work hand in hand with our business
   Sustainability Team oversight.                                                                               partners to provide a comprehensive service to the public and continue to
                                                                                                                 build the “total transit system.”

                                                                                                                Improve processes by reporting/dispatching platform vandalism.




In FY2009-10, Facilities Management transferred from the Capital Projects Division to the Operations Division.




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                                              08/09       09/10                       10/11                       10/11                         11/12
                                              Actual     Actual             ----------Budget----------             Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                              Total       Total           Base         Pos          Total         Total          Base          Pos            Total



  Facilities Management:
  Director, Facilities Management                    $    100,788     $   100,788       1.00   $   100,788    $    100,788   $   108,288         1.00   $      108,288
  Manager, Facilities Services                             91,726          91,726       1.00        91,726          91,726        91,726         1.00           91,726
  Manager, Facilities Systems                               7,551          98,554       1.00        98,554          98,554        91,726         1.00           91,726
  Supervisor, Facilities Management                        70,992          70,992       1.00        70,992          70,992        71,000         1.00           71,000
  Supervisor, Maint Facilities Management                  71,055          71,055       1.00        71,055          71,055        71,000         1.00           71,000
  Supervisor, Maint Facilities Management                  70,950          70,950       1.00        70,950          70,950        71,000         1.00           71,000
  Facilities Specialist                                    44,266          44,266       1.00        44,266          44,266        43,260         1.00           43,260
  Operations Administrator/Coordinator                     49,548          49,548       1.00        49,548          49,548        49,548         1.00           49,548
  Facility Support Supervisor                              54,335
  Engineer I                                               57,858          57,858       1.00        57,858          57,858        57,858         1.00           57,858
  Assistant Supervisor                                    223,124          66,821       3.00       200,895         200,895        67,111         2.00          134,551
  Maintenance Technician                                  163,184          53,823       3.00       161,900         161,900        54,057         5.00          271,104
  Maintenance Technician-MTIP Program                     129,143
  Janitor                                                 109,266          54,308       2.00       108,904         108,904        54,544        1.00            54,708
  Landscaper                                              109,762          54,552       2.00       109,391         109,391        54,788        2.00           109,905
  Landscape Maintenance Technician                        101,882          53,823       2.00       107,934         107,934        54,057        2.00           108,442
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic                              537,631          57,775       9.00       521,268         521,268        58,026       10.00           581,899
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic Apprentices                  118,782          57,775       2.00       115,837         115,837        58,026        2.00           116,380

  Fringe Benefits                                        1,321,446                                 924,496         924,496                                     930,382
  Capitalized Fringe/Labor                                     (66)
  Workers' Compensation                                      6,174                                   11,000         11,000                                      13,427
  Longevity Premium                                                                                  60,935         60,935                                      62,344




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                                          08/09       09/10                      10/11                        10/11                          11/12
                                          Actual     Actual            ----------Budget----------              Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total       Total          Base         Pos          Total          Total           Base          Pos            Total



  Facilities Management-Rail:
  Supervisor, Maint Facilities Management        $     146,076   $    73,038       2.00   $     146,076         146,076   $    73,038        2.00     $     146,076
  Assistant Supervisor - MOW                           139,394        66,733       2.00         133,754         133,754        67,023        2.00           134,374
  Facilities Maintenance Trainer                        65,289        65,796       1.00          65,939          65,939        66,081        1.00            66,245
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic                           489,696        54,807       9.00         494,559         494,559        55,045       10.00           552,093
  Facilities Landscaper                                311,254        54,071       4.00         216,860         216,860        54,306        4.00           217,881
  Facilities Platform Cleaner                        1,425,933        53,023      27.00       1,435,508       1,435,508        53,253       25.00         1,335,439
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic Apprentices               127,877        52,963       3.00         159,320         159,320        53,193        3.00           160,071
  Plant Maint Mechanic Apprentice PMLR                                                                                         53,193        1.67            89,106



  Fringe Benefits                                    1,839,663                                1,414,335       1,414,335                                   1,365,268
  Workers' Compensation                                 27,710                                  118,000         118,000                                     147,441
  Longevity Premium                                                                              71,140          71,140                                      81,994
  Unemployment                                                                                    5,909           5,909                                       6,216
  Unscheduled Overtime                                 68,623                                   107,533         107,533                                     118,087
  Limited Term Employment                              14,126                                    13,390          13,390                                      13,390
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                                                                                                                   (1.67)        (163,441)
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                      43,131          43,131

  Total                                          $   8,095,036                    80.00   $ 7,403,751     $   7,204,822                     80.00     $   7,308,786




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                                             Actual       Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
              Expense Category               08/09        09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Professional and Technical                            $      48,629                   $       14,000                                         0.00%
Mechanical/Structural Consulting                              1,454                              600                                         0.00%
Landscape Services                                           59,607   $      40,000           40,000   $       40,800         2.00%          0.60%
Portland Mall Management Services                         1,634,561       1,525,320        1,600,000        1,683,377        10.36%         24.61%
Contracted Maintenance                                      190,659         230,000          230,000          259,600        12.87%          3.80%
Office Sup., Maintenance - Custodial                        343,624         300,000          360,000          388,854        29.62%          5.69%
Shelter Cleaning                                            916,493         535,010          750,000          779,233        45.65%         11.39%
Shelter Cleaning-Vandalism                                    5,304          50,000           24,000           51,000         2.00%          0.75%
Transit Center Cleaning                                     179,397         210,000          210,000          214,200         2.00%          3.13%
Transit Mall Cleaning                                        26,025          18,119           40,000           45,600       151.67%          0.67%
Park & Ride Cleaning                                          1,350           1,948            1,800            1,987         2.00%          0.03%
Office Maintenance - Other                                    6,712           2,120            4,000            2,162         1.98%          0.03%
Laundry                                                      12,938          15,880           13,000           16,198         2.00%          0.24%
Other Services                                                6,643           3,695            5,000            3,769         2.00%          0.06%
Office Supplies                                               6,332           2,500            2,100            2,550         2.00%          0.04%
Maintenance Materials                                       161,462         150,000          160,000          153,000         2.00%          2.24%
Bus Stop Signs/Poles                                          3,787           3,000            5,000            3,060         2.00%          0.04%
Cleaning Supplies                                             7,510          20,000           16,000           20,400         2.00%          0.30%
Small Hand Tools                                             19,276          18,000           16,000           18,360         2.00%          0.27%
Other Materials                                               5,545           8,000            6,000            8,160         2.00%          0.12%
Landscape Maintenance Materials                               4,247          18,000           12,000           18,360         2.00%          0.27%
Transit Mall Materials                                        7,825          17,163           12,000           17,506         2.00%          0.26%
Moving Services                                              34,908                           12,000                                         0.00%
Utilities - Electricity                                     847,293         894,925          880,000          723,166       -19.19%         10.57%
Utilities - Natural Gas                                     181,381         180,000          170,000          146,051       -18.86%          2.14%
Utilities - Water/Sewer                                     290,226         417,576          400,000          341,499       -18.22%          4.99%
Shelter Electrification                                      30,770          31,827           30,000           32,464         2.00%          0.47%
Telephone                                                    26,685          18,930           24,000           19,309         2.00%          0.28%




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                                            Actual       Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget         % Change        % of
              Expense Category              08/09        09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12         FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Utilities - Other                                    $     111,441    $      82,595    $       90,000    $       68,558        -16.99%          1.00%
Property Taxes                                             111,192            1,091             2,800                         -100.00%          0.00%
Dues & Subscriptions                                         3,373                                                                              0.00%
Local Travel/Meetings                                        2,890                                                                              0.00%
Education & Training                                         7,297                              1,000                                           0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                                           2,866                              1,400                                           0.00%
Apprenticeship Training                                     12,046           20,000            14,000            20,400         2.00%           0.30%
Apprenticeship Training-PMLR                                                                                      1,007                         0.01%
Indirect Expense Allocation                                (53,400)        (154,527)          (80,000)          (57,618)       -62.71%         -0.84%
Leases                                                     942,523          989,976         1,082,086                         -100.00%          0.00%
Maint Materials Snow & Ice - Bus                                                                                  3,000                         0.04%
Education & Training - Bus                                                                                        3,630                         0.05%
Rentals                                                      1,258            6,000             8,000             6,120         2.00%           0.09%

Sub-Total Facilities Management:                         6,202,131        5,657,148         6,156,786         5,035,762

Facilities Management-Rail:
Professional & Technical                                     5,358                                                                              0.00%
Contracted Maintenance - Landscaping                         6,215           20,000            18,000            60,839        204.20%          0.89%
Contracted Maintenance - Fac. & Equipment                   88,176           70,000           100,000            71,400          2.00%          1.04%
Contracted Maintenance - Elevators                         128,056          125,587           115,000           128,099          2.00%          1.87%
Contracted Maintenance - Stations                            3,900           12,000            13,000            12,240          2.00%          0.18%
Street Sweeper Dump Fees                                        20            2,881             1,000             2,939          2.01%          0.04%
Hillsboro Garage IGA                                        30,000           30,000            30,000            30,600          2.00%          0.45%
Other Services                                               6,581            5,000             4,000             5,100          2.00%          0.07%
Office Supplies                                              2,010            1,250               800             1,275          2.00%          0.02%
Maintenance Materials - Outside Plant                      101,144           80,000            90,000            81,600          2.00%          1.19%
Maintenance Materials - Shop                                55,421           50,000            52,000            51,000          2.00%          0.75%
Shop Equipment < $5,000                                      6,625            8,000             4,800             8,160          2.00%          0.12%
Cleaning Supplies - Platforms                               52,023           62,011            60,000            63,251          2.00%          0.92%
Small Hand Tools                                             8,554            5,000             4,500             5,100          2.00%          0.07%
Other Materials                                              2,899            4,000             3,000             4,080          2.00%          0.06%
Maintenance Materials - Landscaping                         24,224           30,000            20,000            30,600          2.00%          0.45%

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                                            Actual       Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
              Expense Category              08/09        09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Safety Supplies                                      $      13,426   $       6,000   $        8,000   $        6,120        2.00%           0.09%
Obsolete Inventory                                           2,318
Utilities - Natural Gas                                    127,901         140,000          130,000          112,817       -19.42%          1.65%
Utilities - Building Electricity                         1,011,221       1,026,695        1,080,000          827,351       -19.42%         12.10%
VT Utilities - Electricity                                   9,430          13,500            6,000           10,879       -19.41%          0.16%
Utilities - Other Building                                  82,077          61,461           76,000           49,528       -19.42%          0.72%
Utilities - Parking Garages                                 29,359          32,018           28,000           25,801       -19.42%          0.38%
Tunnel Water Services                                       31,802          33,934           31,000           27,345       -19.42%          0.40%
Utilities - Other Water                                    237,806         211,882          300,000          170,743       -19.42%          2.50%
Education & Training                                         3,440                                                                          0.00%
Employee Recognition                                         2,245                                                                          0.00%
Maint Materials Snow & Ice - Rail                                                                              5,000                        0.07%
Education & Training - Rail                                                                                    3,000                        0.04%
Rentals                                                      3,028           9,000                             9,180        2.00%           0.13%

Sub-Total Facilities Management-Rail:                    2,075,258       2,040,219        2,175,100        1,804,047

                                                     $   8,277,389   $   7,697,367   $    8,331,886   $    6,839,809       -11.14%       100.00%




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Department Summary      OPERATIONS - RAIL TRANSPORTATION

                                           Actual                      Budget           Estimate            Budget           % Change            % of
                                  08/09              09/10             10/11             10/11              11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services           $     15,524,056   $     17,568,630 $      15,571,444   $    15,153,059   $      15,842,977              1.74%            98.52%
Materials & Services                 545,189            (35,253)          272,054           223,300             238,680            -12.27%             1.48%

Total                       $     16,069,244   $     17,533,377   $    15,843,498   $    15,376,359   $      16,081,657              1.50%           100.00%


Responsibilities:                                                                       Performance Measures:

The Rail Transportation Department includes management and administrative                   Strive for:
support functions for rail operators. Rail Transportation is responsible for                 - 95% MAX on-time performance.
TriMet’s light rail operators and their training.
                                                                                             - 100% pull-outs.
Activities:
                                                                                             - 100,000 or more train miles per vehicle collision.
   Operation of regularly scheduled light rail service.
   Operation of Rose Festival and other special light rail service.                         - 34,000 or more train miles per passenger safety incident.
   Provision of rail operators to Portland Streetcar.
   MAX on-time performance.
   Rail operator attendance/overtime/extraboard.




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                                          08/09        09/10                                    10/11                           10/11                           11/12
                                          Actual       Actual                         ---------Budget----------                  Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total        Total                     Base            Pos            Total           Total             Base          Pos          Total



  Assistant Manager, Transportation       $       69,522    $     140,606    $      70,303        2.00   $       140,606    $     140,606     $    70,992       2.00    $    141,984
  Assistant Manager, Transportation               76,134
  Transportation Training Supervisor             149,087
  LRV Operator                                 7,900,690         8,395,192          55,340     153.00          8,489,095         8,489,095         55,581     155.00        8,640,461



  Fringe Benefits                              5,409,091         6,432,597                                     4,696,637         4,696,637                                  4,516,444
  OTO Eastside Streetcar Startup Wages                                                                                                                                        173,050
  OTO Eastside Streetcar Startup Fringe                                                                                                                                       102,364
  Workers' Compensation                         280,906           485,023                                        265,223           265,223                                    348,178
  Longevity Premium                                                                                               53,039            53,039                                     56,397
  Road Relief Pay                                                                                                113,415           113,415                                    114,814
  Night Differential                                                                                              10,565            10,565                                     10,695
  Scheduled Overtime                           2,125,579         2,115,212                                     1,199,498         1,199,498                                  1,191,393
  Unscheduled & Report Overtime                                                                                  644,842           644,842                                    704,412
  Incentive                                                                                                       12,646            12,646                                     12,802
  Unpaid Absence                                                                                                (170,347)         (170,347)                                  (170,017)
  Weighted Runcuts Adjustment
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                      (486,953)
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                                       116,223          116,223

  Total                                   $   15,524,056    $   17,568,630                     155.00    $    15,571,444    $   15,153,059                    157.00    $ 15,842,977




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                                        Actual           Actual            Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
          Expense Category              08/09            09/10             10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Uniforms                            $       42,549   $       35,727    $       30,603   $        30,000   $       30,580        -0.08%         12.81%
Temporary Help                                                                                                                                  0.00%
Other Services                                 904            4,304             3,656             5,000            4,400       20.35%           1.84%
Office Supplies                             10,528            5,386             3,500             4,800            4,000       14.29%           1.68%
Computer Supplies                            1,814                                                                                              0.00%
Other Materials                             18,376            5,417             4,774             4,000            5,000        4.73%           2.09%
VT Other Materials & Services               15,000           15,000            15,000            15,000           15,000        0.00%           6.28%
Telephone                                    2,430            3,190                               2,500            2,500                        1.05%
Self-Insurance BI/PD                       440,118         (106,800)          213,281           160,000          176,000       -17.48%         73.74%
Local Travel & Meetings                        125                                                                                              0.00%
Education & Training                           245                                                                                              0.00%
Out-of-Town Travel                           9,695                                                                                              0.00%
CDL Renewals                                   993            1,063             1,240             1,000            1,200        -3.23%          0.50%
Employee Recognition                         2,411            1,460                               1,000                                         0.00%
Safety Awards                                                                                                                                   0.00%

                                    $      545,189   $      (35,253) $        272,054   $       223,300   $      238,680       -12.27%       100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - RAIL MAINTENANCE OF WAY

                                           Actual                     Budget            Estimate            Budget          % Change           % of
                                   08/09             09/10            10/11              10/11              11/12          FY11- FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services            $      7,022,575   $     9,636,593   $     8,608,688   $       8,377,383   $    8,580,133            -0.33%            56.99%
Materials & Services                5,078,191         6,257,297         5,526,075           5,777,610        6,475,476            17.18%            43.01%

Total                        $     12,100,766   $    15,893,890   $    14,134,763   $    14,154,993     $   15,055,609             6.51%           100.00%


Responsibilities:                                                                       Performance Measures:

The Rail Maintenance of Way Department is responsible for maintenance of                     Maintain light rail system railway elements in “as new” condition.
all “railroad” elements of TriMet’s light rail system, including track, traction
electrification, rail signals and communications, and trackway structures                    Perform not less than 95% of all preventive maintenance on-time.
including bridges and tunnels. The department also maintains light rail ticket
vending machines and is responsible for employee training for all of its                     Perform MOW capital projects on-time and within budget.
maintenance operations. Other responsibilities include maintaining Portland
Streetcar overhead electrification and track switches -- under a services
reimbursement agreement with the City of Portland.

Activities:

   Preventive maintenance.
   Corrective maintenance.
   Overhaul.
   Initial and recurrent training for classifications of track maintainer,
    substation and overhead electrification maintainers, signals maintainer and
    field technician.
   On-going development of curricula for training programs.
   Maintenance operations support of Capital Projects Division construction
    projects on light rail system.
   Fare equipment refurbishments, upgrades and replacement.
   On-going productivity improvement through front-line employee
    involvement.




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                                      08/09       09/10                      10/11                            10/11                          11/12
                                      Actual      Actual           ---------Budget----------                   Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total      Base            Pos           Total             Total           Base            Pos            Total



  Rail Maintenance:
  Manager, Rail MOW Programs
  Manager, Rail MOW Operations     $      65,669    $    139,941     $   93,510    1.00   $     93,510    $     93,510    $     93,510           1.00    $     93,510
  Training/Engineering Supervisor         65,670          68,121         68,121    1.00         68,121          68,121          68,121           1.00          68,121
  Train/Eng Supervisor-Green Line         67,979          68,121         68,121    1.00         68,121          68,121          68,121           1.00          68,121
  Maintenance of Way Supervisor          455,818         438,750         73,125    6.00        438,750         438,750          73,125           6.00         438,750
  MOW Project Engineer                    72,291          73,125         73,125    1.00         73,125          73,125          73,125           1.00          73,125
  MOW Engineer IV                         81,854
  Assistant Supervisor - MOW             531,437         727,351         66,733   11.00        735,646         735,646          67,023         11.00           739,057
  Track Maintainer                       414,103         524,716         57,497   10.00        576,413         576,413          57,747         11.00           637,025
  Substation Maintainer/Apprentice       284,371         365,746         60,330    5.00        302,367         302,367          60,591          5.00           303,779
  Substation Maint/Apprentice PMLR                                                                                              60,591          0.33            20,049
  Power Maintainer/Apprentice            528,415         749,346         60,330   12.00        725,681          725,681         60,591         12.00           729,069
  Power Maint/Apprentice PMLR                                                                                                   60,591          1.00            60,756
  Signal Maintainer/Apprentice           540,968         623,628         57,498   11.00        634,059          634,059         57,747         11.00           637,029
  Signal Maint/Apprentice PMLR                                                                                                  57,747          0.67            38,801
  Maintenance of Way Laborer             395,724          428,757        55,656    6.00         334,799         334,799         55,897          6.00           336,371
  Field Technician/Apprentice            921,597        1,260,223        60,330   21.00       1,269,942       1,269,942         60,591         21.00         1,275,870
  MMIS/Clerk                             120,395          100,829        52,145    2.00         104,577         104,577         52,371          2.00           105,071

  Fringe Benefits                       2,585,982       3,220,808                             2,631,355       2,631,355                                      2,613,926
  Workers' Compensation                    51,015         266,978                                12,800          12,800                                         19,704
  Longevity Premium                                                                             184,196         184,196                                        201,814
  Night & Shift Differential                                                                     55,490          55,490                                         57,983
  Unscheduled Overtime                   579,865         592,705                                242,019         242,019                                        245,480
  Tool Allowance                                                                                 25,162          25,162                                         25,522
  Unemployment                                                                                   10,248          10,248                                         10,660
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe         $     (740,578) $      (12,553)                                                                              (2.00)        (219,458)
  Attrition Adjustment
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                      22,306           22,306
  Budget Reduction

  Total                            $    7,022,575   $   9,636,593                 88.00   $   8,608,688   $   8,377,383                        89.00     $   8,580,133




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                                              Actual           Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
            Expense Category                  08/09            09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Rail Maintenance:
Contracted Maintenance - Landscaping      $      10,359    $      40,866   $     13,288    $        8,000   $      12,125        -8.75%        0.19%
Contracted Maintenance - Power Facility                                           3,000             1,200           3,000         0.00%        0.05%
Contracted Maintenance - Signals                  1,403            7,897         60,000            30,000          60,000         0.00%        0.93%
Contracted Maintenance - Track                  144,483          205,662        150,000           140,000         150,000         0.00%        2.32%
Contracted Maintenance - OCS                                      17,500                           30,000                                      0.00%
Contracted Maintenance - Bridges                 69,870           37,041         36,963            30,000          86,000       132.67%        1.33%
Contracted Maintenance - Stations                                  2,047                                                                       0.00%
Contracted Maintenance - Communications         369,513          438,560        461,816           450,000         417,174        -9.67%        6.44%
Contracted Maintenance - Fare Equipment                          103,430         59,678            42,000          59,678         0.00%        0.92%
Contracted Maintenance - Substation              21,213                          50,000            24,000          50,000         0.00%        0.77%
Calibration & Tool Repair                         1,373              538          4,000            18,000           4,000         0.00%        0.06%
Other Services                                    2,715           22,162          4,000             4,000           4,000         0.00%        0.06%
Tickets & Passes                                                   1,256                                                                       0.00%
Office Supplies                                   4,638            5,783          2,000             2,800           3,000       50.00%         0.05%
Freight                                           5,584            3,460                            3,000                                      0.00%
Maintenance Materials - Outside Plant               540                                                                                        0.00%
Maintenance Materials - Shop                        523                                               200                                      0.00%
Small Hand Tools                                 19,399           10,113          4,000             4,000           4,000         0.00%        0.06%
Other Materials                                  12,461            9,099          7,000             8,000           7,000         0.00%        0.11%
Safety Supplies                                  24,551           28,394         10,000            14,000          10,000         0.00%        0.15%
Maintenance Materials - Fare Equipment              999          355,859        280,366           280,000         285,973         2.00%        4.42%
Maintenance Materials - Track                   122,244          139,807        128,377           100,000         130,945         2.00%        2.02%
Maintenance Materials - Electrification                                          14,205                                        -100.00%        0.00%
Maintenance Materials - Signals                 205,416          150,840        124,583           140,000         127,075         2.00%        1.96%
Maintenance Materials - Communications           42,579           30,799         22,593            30,000          24,000         6.23%        0.37%
Maintenance Materials - OCS                      38,201           37,995                           30,000          34,489                      0.53%
Maintenance Materials - Substations              26,061           29,696          21,131           11,000          21,131        0.00%         0.33%
Electrical Power (Propulsion)                 3,506,712        4,085,751       3,696,598        3,937,000       4,592,808       24.24%        70.93%
Telephone                                        41,533           86,581          61,605           70,000          67,000        8.76%         1.03%
PI/PD Expense                                   (26,168)          28,410                           74,000                                      0.00%
Dues & Subscriptions                                188              194                              200                                      0.00%


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                                                Actual          Actual          Budget         Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
             Expense Category                   08/09           09/10           10/11           10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Local Travel & Meetings                     $          99                                  $           10                                      0.00%
Education & Training                                8,497   $      44,360                           3,000                                      0.00%
Education & Training-PMLR                                                                                   $       1,206                      0.02%
Out-of-Town Travel                                  2,735           8,965                           2,400                                      0.00%
Steel Bridge Maintenance Agreement                287,447         284,277   $    270,000          265,000         270,000         0.00%        4.17%
CDL Renewals                                          583           1,104            872            4,000                      -100.00%        0.00%
Employee Recognition                                1,436           2,038                             600             872                      0.01%
Rentals                                            43,394          16,763         30,000                           30,000        0.00%         0.46%
OCC Equipment & Supplies                           13,199           5,623         10,000           16,000          10,000        0.00%         0.15%
Computer Supplies                                   5,389           7,271                           5,000                                      0.00%
Contracted Maintenance - Fac. & Equipment             157             388                                                                      0.00%
Obsolete Inventory                                 68,868           6,769                             200                                      0.00%
Hillsboro Maintenance Agreement                                                                                    10,000                      0.15%

                                            $   5,078,191   $   6,257,297   $ 5,526,075    $    5,777,610   $   6,475,476       17.18%       100.00%




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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - RAIL EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

                                      Actual                    Budget           Estimate            Budget           % Change            % of
                              08/09            09/10            10/11             10/11              11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services         $   13,999,553   $   14,418,884   $   14,638,329   $    14,245,016    $     14,781,467             0.98%             79.35%
Materials & Services           3,011,281        3,910,669        3,777,195         3,808,700           3,846,722             1.84%             20.65%

Total                     $   17,010,834   $   18,329,553   $   18,415,524   $    18,053,716    $     18,628,189             1.15%           100.00%


Responsibilities:                                                                    Performance Measures:

The Rail Equipment Maintenance Department is responsible for maintenance                   Maintain light rail vehicles in effectively “as new” condition.
of TriMet’s light rail vehicles (LRVs), including employee training and
provides vehicle maintenance technicians to Portland Streetcar.                            Perform not less than 95% of all preventive maintenance on time.

Activities:

   Preventive maintenance.
   Corrective maintenance.
   Overhaul.
   LRV modifications for improvements in reliability/maintainability.
   Cleaning of MAX vehicles and shop facilities.
   Initial and recurrent training for classifications of LRV maintenance
    technicians and rail-specific training for LRV cleaners.
   On-going development of curricula for training programs.
   Receive and commission additional LRVs to be delivered for future MAX
    service increases.
   On-going productivity improvement through front-line employee
    involvement.




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                                       08/09       09/10                      10/11                                    10/11                           11/12
                                       Actual      Actual           ---------Budget----------                           Est                  ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total        Total      Base            Pos            Total                    Total            Base            Pos            Total


  Director, Rail Maintenance           $      63,803     $      66,430
  Manager, Rail Equip. Maintenance            86,055            88,009    $   88,009      1.00    $      88,009    $      88,009    $      88,009        1.00    $       88,009
  Manager, Rail Equip. Maintenance            90,804            92,582        92,582      1.00           92,582           92,582           92,582        1.00            92,582
  Manager, Warranty Programs                                                                                                               82,309        1.00            82,309
  Operations Specialist                        49,177            51,010       51,010      1.00            51,010           51,010          51,010        1.00            51,010
  Training/Engineering Supervisor             277,990           162,879       73,221      2.00           146,442          146,442          73,221        2.00           146,442
  Training/Engineering Supervisor              72,458            73,221       73,221      1.00            73,221           73,221          73,221        1.00            73,221
  Rail Maintenance Supervisor                 535,278           512,711       73,244      7.00           512,711          512,711          73,244        7.00           512,711
  Engineering Technician III                   54,532            55,395       55,395      1.00            55,395           55,395          55,395        1.00            55,395
  Assistant Supervisor                        386,270           446,560       63,021      6.00           378,987          378,987          63,294        6.00           380,750
  MMIS/Clerk                                  101,386            90,575       52,145      1.00            52,289           52,289          52,371        1.00            52,535
  Janitor                                     272,937           273,929       49,544      3.00           149,062          149,062          49,759        3.00           149,769
  Vehicle Cleaner/Helper                      949,128           949,422       53,023     26.00         1,382,341        1,382,341          53,253       26.00         1,388,856
  Vehicle Maintainer/Apprentice             5,002,525         5,006,938       54,807     99.00         5,440,126        5,440,126          55,045      101.00         5,576,117
  Vehicle Maint/Apprentice Streetcar                                          54,807      5.00           274,754          274,754          55,045        5.00           276,045
  Stores Supervisor                           66,604            67,902        67,902      1.00            67,902           67,902          67,902        1.00            67,902
  Assistant Storekeeper                      119,987           128,640        58,971      2.00           118,229          118,229          59,227        2.00           118,782
  Junior Partsman                            126,594            93,033
  Partsman                                   172,708           175,271        56,094      2.00          112,476          112,476           56,338        2.00           113,004



  Fringe Benefits                           5,279,143         5,767,353                                4,678,307        4,678,307                                     4,564,274
  Workers' Compensation                       168,876            49,478                                  204,656          204,656                                       244,866
  Longevity Premium                                                                                      283,571          283,571                                       257,803
  Unscheduled Overtime                      1,543,144          267,547                                   285,579          285,579                                       326,439
  Tool Allowance                                                                                          58,075           58,075                                        60,428
  Night & Shift Differential                                                                              90,278           90,278                                        93,942
  Unemployment                                                                                             8,162            8,162                                         8,278
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                 (1,419,846)
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                               34,168           34,168
  Budget Reduction

  Total                                $   13,999,553    $   14,418,884                 159.00    $   14,638,329   $   14,245,016                      162.00    $   14,781,467




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                                       Actual            Actual            Budget             Estimate           Budget        % Change         % of
        Expense Category               08/09             09/10             10/11               10/11             11/12        FY11-FY12      M & S Total



Professional & Technical           $          447    $           10                                                                                 0.00%
Calibration & Tool Repair                   6,122            15,129    $        5,305     $         5,000    $        5,450         2.73%           0.14%
Contracted Maintenance                     13,224             2,351            15,484              10,000            16,045         3.62%           0.42%
Laundry                                    67,139            67,894            86,997              70,000            89,250         2.59%           2.32%
Other Services                              1,923            10,377            20,000              14,000            21,011         5.06%           0.55%
Graphics Supplies                             814                               1,000                 500             1,200        20.00%           0.03%
Office Supplies                            11,994             9,058             6,000               5,000             7,000        16.67%           0.18%
Computer Supplies                           2,541             4,446             1,000               2,000             1,500        50.00%           0.04%
Maint. Materials - LRV Overhaul           913,704         1,465,381         1,076,067           1,050,000         1,130,494         5.06%          29.39%
VT Maintenance Materials - Trolley          2,918               393             2,633               1,000             2,500        -5.05%           0.06%
Repair Materials - LRV Accident                                                17,048              10,000            17,500         2.65%           0.45%
Repair Materials - Rev Equipment           30,405            25,564                                                                                 0.00%
Repair Materials - LRV Vandalism           52,577            47,695            42,619              50,000            44,000         3.24%           1.14%
Maint. Materials - Service Equip.          18,226            10,201                                                                                 0.00%
Maint. Materials - LRVs                 1,357,123         1,712,631         2,085,767           2,100,000         2,143,147         2.75%          55.71%
Freight                                    58,313            55,524            68,928              80,000            70,307         2.00%           1.83%
Furniture & Equipment <$5,000                 169               265                                                                                 0.00%
Shop Equipment                            100,679            75,975            68,867              64,000            70,500          2.37%          1.83%
Cleaning Supplies                          92,520            86,323            94,234              90,000            95,771          1.63%          2.49%
Small Hand Tools                           53,373            59,033            75,665              65,000             7,700        -89.82%          0.20%
Other Materials                            64,487            78,051            60,000              60,000            62,500          4.17%          1.62%
Safety Supplies                            40,020            36,101            46,398              44,000            55,134         18.83%          1.43%
Obsolete Inventory                          5,739             5,268                                 9,000                                           0.00%
Invoice Price Variance                     (7,208)           (3,395)                                1,000                                           0.00%
Average Cost Variance                          (2)              394                                (1,000)                                          0.00%
Telephone                                   3,315             2,417                                 2,000             2,400                         0.06%
Education & Training                       12,092             8,643                 916             4,000               963         5.13%           0.03%
Out-of-Town Travel                         19,694             2,293                                                                                 0.00%
Inventory Adjustments                      81,634           130,953                                72,000                                           0.00%
CDL Renewals                                1,776               593             2,267               1,000             2,350         3.66%           0.06%
Employee Recognition                        5,524             1,103                                   200                                           0.00%

                                  $     3,011,281    $    3,910,669    $    3,777,195     $     3,808,700    $    3,846,722         1.84%         100.00%



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Department Summary     OPERATIONS - COMMUTER RAIL

                                         Actual                     Budget              Estimate            Budget          % Change            % of
                                 08/09             09/10            10/11                10/11              11/12          FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services          $        869,192   $     1,539,943   $     1,337,588     $     1,337,588     $     1,324,716            -0.96%            21.30%
Materials & Services              2,203,961         4,585,241         4,419,626           4,569,747           4,895,196            10.76%            78.70%

Total                      $      3,073,153   $     6,125,184   $     5,757,214     $     5,907,335     $     6,219,912             8.04%          100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                             Performance Measure:

                                                                                                  98% or better on-time performance.
The Commuter Rail Department is responsible for safe, reliable, on-time
operation of the Westside Express Service (WES) Commuter Rail service, with
                                                                                                  Train miles between train collisions - exceeding commuter rail industry
clean and well-maintained rail vehicles, stations and park and ride facilities.
                                                                                                   standards.
WES will operate as part of the general railroad system of transportation, and as
                                                                                                  Train miles between passenger safety incidents - exceeding Commuter Rail
such, is governed by regulations of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
                                                                                                   industry standards.
The Portland and Western Railroad (P&W) is the owner/operator of common
carrier railroad rights along the WES line. Under a November 2006 Shared-
                                                                                                  100% compliance with FRA-required inspections and maintenance
Use Agreement between TriMet and P&W, WES trains operate as part of P&W
                                                                                                   for commuter rail vehicles, signals and grade crossing systems.
railroad operations. WES functions performed by P&W are: Training of
engineers and conductors, train dispatching and maintenance of way (track,
signals and grade crossings). WES functions performed by TriMet are: Overall
operations management, maintenance and cleaning of vehicles, stations and
park/rides, fare system and customer service information.




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                                      08/09      09/10                                 10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                      Actual     Actual                      ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                      Total      Total                  Base            Pos            Total          Total           Base            Pos            Total


  Commuter Rail:
  Director, Commuter Rail          $   150,402     $    152,591     $    152,591         1.00   $       152,591   $    152,591    $    152,591         1.00    $      152,591
  Operations Manager                    78,884           86,777           86,777         1.00            86,777         86,777          86,777         1.00            86,777
  Commuter Rail Maint Asst Supv        102,238          248,774           63,679         3.00           191,470        191,470          63,956         3.00           192,360
  Commuter Rail Maint Technician       249,871          417,879           55,380         6.00           333,141        333,141          55,620         6.00           334,706
  Operations Assistant

  Facilities Management-Rail:
  Maintenance of Way Cleaner            37,083          104,316            53,577        2.00           107,442        107,442           53,810        2.00           107,948



  Fringe Benefits                      322,118          445,786                                         395,218        395,218                                        381,924
  Workers' Compensation                    585                                                                                                                          1,221
  Longevity Premium                                                                                      30,694          30,694                                        37,271
  Unscheduled Overtime                 153,982          118,584                                          15,450          15,450                                        15,671
  Tool Allowance                                                                                          8,802           8,802                                         8,928
  Night & Shift Differential           (225,971)                                                          5,244           5,244                                         5,319
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                               (34,764)
  OTO FY11 Budget Add Back                                                                               10,759          10,759

  Total                            $   869,192     $   1,539,943                       13.00    $     1,337,588   $   1,337,588                       13.00    $    1,324,716




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                                           Actual           Actual           Budget             Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
          Expense Category                 08/09            09/10            10/11               10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Administration-CR:
Professional & Technical               $       34,048   $       11,537                      $        24,000                                         0.00%
Office Supplies                                 8,335            2,992   $            500               500   $        1,000       100.00%          0.02%
Local Travel & Meetings                           628              686                                                                              0.00%
Inventory Adjustments                                            3,228                                                                              0.00%
Invoice Price Variance                                             488                                                                              0.00%
Fines and Penalties                                              2,500                                                                              0.00%
Telephone & Comm. Services                     22,674           62,501           39,419                               67,100        70.22%          1.37%

Sub-Total Administration:                      65,685           83,932           39,919              24,500           68,100

Vehicle Maintenance-CR:
Calibration & Tool Repair                         558              966              400                 400              500        25.00%          0.01%
Contracted Maintenance                            758           26,302            2,000              10,000           10,000       400.00%          0.20%
Laundry                                         2,989            4,129            3,000               4,500            4,000        33.33%          0.08%
Other Services                                  9,740           11,806            2,500               6,000            4,000        60.00%          0.08%
Diesel Fuel - Commuter Trains                 110,325          295,104          302,400             343,189          412,500        36.41%          8.43%
Maintenance Materials                         109,705          141,705           46,100              80,000           80,000        73.54%          1.63%
Shop Equipment                                 13,635           36,217            1,000               6,000            4,000       300.00%          0.08%
Cleaning Supplies                               6,438            3,751            2,000               4,000            3,000        50.00%          0.06%
Small Hand Tools                               12,910            1,281            4,000              10,000            2,000       -50.00%          0.04%
Other Materials                                10,660            8,029            2,000               7,000            4,000       100.00%          0.08%
Safety Supplies                                 4,360            7,224            1,000                 800            2,000       100.00%          0.04%
Freight                                         6,480            8,288            1,000              60,000            2,000       100.00%          0.04%

Sub-Total Vehicle Maintenance:                288,558          544,802          367,400             531,889          528,000




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BUD2 Materials & Services      OPERATIONS - COMMUTER RAIL

                                          Actual           Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change         % of
          Expense Category                08/09            09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11-FY12      M & S Total



Railroad Services:
Train Crew Uniforms                   $        8,474   $        1,534 $          2,150   $         2,000   $        1,800        -16.28%          0.04%
Railroad Protective Insurance                856,924        1,372,551        1,484,325         1,484,325        1,500,000          1.06%         30.64%
Self-Insurance BI/PD                           1,500           (1,500)                                            110,000                         2.25%
Train Operations                             694,894        1,898,590        1,657,633         1,657,633        1,690,786         2.00%          34.54%
Maintenance of Way                           130,166          314,373          546,277           507,000          584,965         7.08%          11.95%
On-Time Performance Incentive                109,908          263,865          209,550           260,000          269,280        28.50%           5.50%

Sub-Total Railroad Services:               1,801,866        3,849,413        3,899,935         3,910,958        4,156,831

Facilities Maintenance-CR:
Facilities Maint. Agreements - WES                             18,693           38,000            30,000           38,760         2.00%           0.79%
Maintenance Materials                          6,507            1,684           13,000             6,000           13,260         2.00%           0.27%
Landscape Materials                              150                             3,000             2,400            3,000         0.00%           0.06%
Landscape Services                                                               4,000             3,000            4,000         0.00%           0.08%
Contracted Maint - Facilities                 11,228           11,891            2,000             4,000            4,000       100.00%           0.08%
Waste Disposal Services                        2,509            2,302            4,000             7,000            3,000       -25.00%           0.06%
Cleaning Supplies-Platforms                                                      3,600             3,000            3,600         0.00%           0.07%
Utilities - Electricity                       14,245           40,070           18,400            34,000           41,200       123.91%           0.84%
Utilities - Water/Sewer                        4,785           13,702            5,372             8,000           13,000       142.00%           0.27%
Utilities - Gas                                7,137           15,625           14,000             1,000           14,445         3.18%           0.30%
Utilities - Other                              1,292            3,127            7,000             4,000            4,000       -42.86%           0.08%

Sub-Total Facilities Maintenance:             47,853          107,094          112,372           102,400          142,265

                                      $    2,203,961   $    4,585,241   $    4,419,626   $     4,569,747   $    4,895,196        10.76%         100.00%




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Department Summary       OPERATIONS - STREETCAR

                                             Actual                        Budget             Estimate           Budget           % Change            % of
                                    08/09               09/10              10/11               10/11             11/12           FY11- FY12         Dept. Total

Personal Services             $      3,290,240    $      3,363,418    $      3,142,810   $      3,142,810   $     3,142,005              -0.03%             51.90%
Materials & Services                 3,229,896           3,229,896           2,884,298          2,884,298         2,912,334               0.97%             48.10%

Total                         $      6,520,137    $      6,593,314    $      6,027,108   $      6,027,108   $     6,054,339              0.45%              100.00%


Responsibility:                                                                           Performance Measures:

   The Streetcar Department was formed in FY02 and is a City of Portland                     Operation and supervision of Streetcar vehicles in revenue service (under
    and TriMet partnership activity. It consists of job classifications defined by             City management).
    Portland Streetcar, filled by TriMet rail transportation and rail maintenance
    personnel who perform these jobs in operating the Portland Streetcar under                Maintenance of Streetcar vehicles (under City management).
    supervision of Portland Streetcar management. These personnel remain
    TriMet employees, are paid and receive benefits from TriMet in the same
    manner as if their work was regular TriMet operations.

   Separately, TriMet funds approximately 50% of the annual operating cost
    for Portland Streetcar. This expense is budgeted as a materials & services
    item.

   The Portland Streetcar began revenue service July 2001. The TriMet
    funding and personnel support described above are per agreements between
    TriMet and the City of Portland, and between TriMet and the Amalgamated
    Transit Union (ATU).




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BUD1 Personal Services    OPERATIONS - STREETCAR
                                         08/09               09/10                          10/11                          10/11                         11/12
                                         Actual              Actual               ---------Budget----------                 Est                ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                         Total               Total           Base            Pos            Total          Total           Base           Pos            Total



  Superintendent, Rail Transportation   $     252,078    $     248,111   $      77,655       3.00    $       233,397   $     233,397   $      77,992       3.00    $      234,470
  Streetcar Vehicle Operator                1,207,608        1,282,259          54,921      24.00          1,321,546       1,321,546          55,159      24.00         1,327,757
  Streetcar Maintenance Technician            274,282          246,642          54,807       5.00            274,755         274,755          55,045       5.00           276,047



  Fringe Benefits                           1,125,355        1,306,745                                       960,100        960,100                                       909,555
  Workers' Compensation                       123,247            1,505                                       151,000        151,000                                       184,316
  Longevity Premium                                                                                           24,804         24,804                                        30,119
  Scheduled Overtime                                                                                          69,186         69,186                                        70,175
  Unscheduled OT - Operators                 333,618           278,155                                        49,534         49,534                                        50,242
  Unscheduled OT - Non-Operator                                                                               51,546         51,546                                        52,283
  Night Differential                                                                                           3,507          3,507                                         3,557
  Tool Allowance                                                                                               3,435          3,435                                         3,484
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                    (25,948)

  Total                                 $   3,290,240    $   3,363,418                      32.00    $     3,142,810   $   3,142,810                      32.00    $    3,142,005




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BUD2 Materials & Services       OPERATIONS - STREETCAR

                                            Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change       % of
           Expense Category                 08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12    M & S Total



Streetcar Partnership Funding           $   3,229,896   $   3,229,896   $   2,884,298   $    2,884,298   $   2,912,334        0.97%       100.00%

                                        $   3,229,896   $   3,229,896   $   2,884,298   $    2,884,298   $   2,912,334        0.97%       100.00%




                                                                               Page 185
BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - OPERATIONS

    Actual            Actual            Adopted                                               Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09             09/10              10/11                                                  11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                      Administration & Support
$     1,146,107   $     1,309,692   $     4,136,525       Personal Services               $     4,433,127   $     4,433,127
        388,379           337,355           524,147       Materials & Services                    650,434           650,434

$     1,534,485   $     1,647,047   $     4,660,672        Department Total               $     5,083,561   $     5,083,561

                                                      Operating Projects
$     5,843,730   $     5,184,544   $     5,581,025        Materials & Services           $     5,455,048   $     5,455,048

$     5,843,730   $     5,184,544   $     5,581,025        Projects Total                 $     5,455,048   $     5,455,048

                                                      Safety & Security
$     4,226,563   $     4,106,248   $     1,070,974        Personal Services              $     1,138,098   $     1,138,098
     10,382,890         9,750,633         9,524,304        Materials & Services                10,121,974        10,121,974

$    14,609,453   $    13,856,880   $    10,595,278        Department Total               $    11,260,072   $    11,260,072

                                                      Bus Transportation
$   108,211,343   $   110,352,448   $    94,461,220        Personal Services              $    94,962,956   $    94,962,956
      1,734,194         4,629,293         2,635,912        Materials & Services                 2,142,416         2,142,416

$   109,945,537   $   114,981,742   $    97,097,132        Department Total               $    97,105,372   $    97,105,372

                                                      Scheduling
$     1,482,586   $     1,592,614   $     1,232,806        Personal Services              $     1,066,042   $     1,066,042
         16,900            10,304             6,500        Materials & Services                     6,630             6,630

$     1,499,486   $     1,602,917   $     1,239,306        Department Total               $     1,072,672   $     1,072,672

                                                      Field Operations
$    11,897,385   $    13,775,161   $    11,595,982         Personal Services             $    11,489,351   $    11,489,351
        290,682           269,160           204,772         Materials & Services                  229,212           229,212

$    12,188,067   $    14,044,321   $    11,800,754        Department Total               $    11,718,563   $    11,718,563




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BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - OPERATIONS

    Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                     Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09            09/10             10/11                                                        11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                    Transportation Planning
$      760,326   $      755,952   $      724,235         Personal Services                    $       738,766   $       738,766
     1,010,573          684,684          712,687         Materials & Services                         727,111           727,111

$    1,770,900   $    1,440,636   $     1,436,922        Department Total                     $     1,465,876   $     1,465,876
                                                    Accessible Transportation Programs-LIFT
$    1,009,823   $    1,151,248   $     1,037,177        Personal Services                    $     1,059,154   $     1,059,154
    30,158,508       29,666,642        29,271,629        Materials & Services                      29,158,718        29,158,718

$   31,168,331   $   30,817,890   $    30,308,806        Department Total                     $    30,217,872   $    30,217,872
                                                    Accessible Transportation Programs-MTP
$      417,347   $      382,896   $       412,639        Personal Services                    $       424,487   $       424,487
    14,852,741       14,871,037        16,192,732        Materials & Services                      16,305,660        16,305,660

$   15,270,088   $   15,253,933   $    16,605,371        Department Total                     $    16,730,147   $    16,730,147

                                                    Bus Maintenance
$   29,870,292   $   29,433,564   $    26,366,890        Personal Services                    $    26,141,018   $    26,141,018
    31,416,068       29,047,123        21,175,745        Materials & Services                      25,932,928        25,932,928

$   61,286,360   $   58,480,687   $    47,542,635        Department Total                     $    52,073,946   $    52,073,946

                                                    Facilities Management
                 $    8,095,036   $     7,403,751         Personal Services                   $     7,308,786   $     7,308,786
                      8,277,389         7,697,367         Materials & Services                      6,839,809         6,839,809

                 $   16,372,425   $    15,101,118        Department Total                     $    14,148,595   $    14,148,595

                                                    Rail Transportation
$   15,524,056   $   17,568,630 $      15,571,444         Personal Services                   $    15,842,977   $    15,842,977
       545,189          (35,253)          272,054         Materials & Services                        238,680           238,680

$   16,069,244   $   17,533,377   $    15,843,498        Department Total                     $    16,081,657   $    16,081,657

                                                    Rail Maintenance of Way
$    7,022,575   $    9,636,593   $     8,608,688        Personal Services                    $     8,580,133   $     8,580,133
     5,078,191        6,257,297         5,526,075        Materials & Services                       6,475,476         6,475,476

$   12,100,766   $   15,893,890   $    14,134,763        Department Total                     $    15,055,609   $    15,055,609



                                                                             Page 187
BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - OPERATIONS

    Actual            Actual            Adopted                                               Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09             09/10              10/11                                                  11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                      Rail Equipment Maintenance
$    13,999,553   $    14,418,884   $    14,638,329         Personal Services             $    14,781,467   $    14,781,467
      3,011,281         3,910,669         3,777,195         Materials & Services                3,846,722         3,846,722

$    17,010,834   $    18,329,553   $    18,415,524        Department Total               $    18,628,189   $    18,628,189

                                                      Commuter Rail
$       869,192   $     1,539,943   $     1,337,588      Personal Services                $     1,324,716   $     1,324,716
      2,203,961         4,585,241         4,419,626      Materials & Services                   4,895,196         4,895,196

$     3,073,153   $     6,125,184   $     5,757,214        Department Total               $     6,219,912   $     6,219,912

                                                      Streetcar
$     3,290,240   $     3,363,418   $     3,142,810         Personal Services             $     3,142,005   $     3,142,005
      3,229,896         3,229,896         2,884,298         Materials & Services                2,912,334         2,912,334

$     6,520,137   $     6,593,314   $     6,027,108        Department Total               $     6,054,339   $     6,054,339

                                                      Division Total
$   199,727,388   $   217,482,328   $   191,741,060        Personal Services              $   192,433,085   $   192,433,085
    110,163,182       120,676,014       110,406,068        Materials & Services               115,938,347       115,938,347

$   309,890,571   $   338,158,340   $   302,147,128 Total Operations                      $   308,371,432   $   308,371,432




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Division Summary           CAPITAL PROJECTS

                                                        Actual                                Budget               Estimate           Budget        % Change         % of
                                            08/09                    09/10                    10/11                 10/11             11/12        FY11 - FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                    $       8,705,462        $        1,682,344       $          1,437,134    $      1,437,134   $    1,908,955          32.83%         10.93%
Materials & Services                        15,065,399                16,677,373                  9,464,368           9,701,488       15,549,153          64.29%         89.07%

Total                                $      23,770,861        $       18,359,717       $        10,901,503     $    11,138,622    $   17,458,108          60.14%        100.00%



                                                                                                     Page
Capital Projects
   Division Summary.............................................................................. 189
   Administration.................................................................................... 190
   Operating Projects .............................................................................. 193
   Bus Stop Development ....................................................................... 195
   Facilities Management ....................................................................... 198
   Capital Projects .................................................................................. 204




                                                                                                              Page 189
Department Summary       CAPITAL PROJECTS - ADMINISTRATION

                                            Actual                       Budget            Estimate            Budget            % Change              % of
                                  08/09               09/10              10/11              10/11              11/12            FY11 - FY12          Dept. Total

Personal Services            $       417,114    $        372,445    $        325,024   $       325,024   $         325,879                0.26%               80.28%
Materials & Services                 135,415              95,542              78,500            78,500              80,068                2.00%               19.72%

Total                        $       552,529    $        467,987    $        403,524   $       403,524   $         405,947                0.60%               100.00%




Responsibility:                                                                        Performance Measures:

The Capital Projects Division is responsible to plan, design, construct high              Assure the continued deployment of the bus shelters, signs and amenities
value transit projects. Work includes bus stops, light rail systems, along with            according to plan and schedule.
operations and administration facilities, bus garages and light rail operations
bases. The department also plans future and existing TriMet transit facilities            Complete 60% design for the Milwaukie light rail extension.
and serves as the district’s landlord to work and implement opportunities for
transit-supportive developments.                                                          Perform scheduled maintenance of bus stops and transit stations.

Activities:

   Continue final design for Milwaukie light rail extension.
   Direct preliminary and final design of capital projects performed by staff
    and contracted consultants.
   Oversee the management of customers, operations and administrative
    facilities.
   Continue work program with partners for the development for the streetcar
    extensions, including Willamette Shore Corridor (Portland State University
    to Lake Oswego), Eastside and SW Moody TIGER project.
   Participate in bi-state I-5 partnership transportation planning specifically
    the Columbia River Crossing Project.




                                                                                       Page 190
BUD1 Personal Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS - ADMINISTRATION
                                     08/09        09/10                          10/11                         10/11                          11/12
                                     Actual       Actual               ---------Budget----------                Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                     Total        Total           Base            Pos           Total          Total           Base            Pos           Total



  Executive Director             $    213,838   $   193,239   $    192,329        1.00    $      192,329   $    192,329    $    188,470        1.00    $      188,470
  Manager, Office                      62,037        63,244         63,244        1.00            63,244         63,244          63,246        1.00            63,246
  Secretary I                          30,477         3,528



  Fringe Benefits                     110,665       112,434                                       69,451          69,451                                       74,164
  Workers' Compensation                    97

  Total                          $    417,114   $   372,445                       2.00    $      325,024   $    325,024                        2.00    $      325,879




                                                                           Page 191
BUD2 Materials & Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS - ADMINISTRATION

                                         Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
          Expense Category               08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Rail-Volution Conference             $      15,000   $      15,000   $      15,000   $       15,000   $      15,000        0.00%          18.73%
Professional & Technical                        19             963                                                                         0.00%
Temporary Help                              19,062          10,109           3,000            3,000           3,000         0.00%          3.75%
Printing Services                            1,745                           1,500            1,250           1,500         0.00%          1.87%
Other Services, Genl & Admin                 1,221           2,793           2,000            1,250           2,000         0.00%          2.50%
Office, Other Supplies                          28             608           2,500            2,500           2,500         0.00%          3.12%
Other Materials                              9,594             153           8,500            4,000           8,500         0.00%         10.62%
Dues & Subscriptions                           393             732           1,500            1,000           1,500         0.00%          1.87%
Local Travel & Meetings                     11,154           1,910           2,500            5,000           1,248       -50.08%          1.56%
Education & Training                        22,063          11,425          10,000            5,000           6,500       -35.00%          8.12%
Out-of-Town Travel                          55,137          51,850          32,000           40,500          38,320        19.75%         47.86%

                                     $     135,415   $      95,542   $      78,500   $       78,500   $      80,068        2.00%        100.00%




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BUD2 Materials & Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS - OPERATING PROJECTS

                                                     Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
               Expense Category                      08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Center Administration                            $      56,546                                                                                          0.00%
Center Maintenance Operations Projects                 137,069                                                                                          0.00%
Merlo Maintenance Operations Projects                  492,030                                                                                          0.00%
Powell Maintenance                                     122,550                                                                                          0.00%
Ruby Rail Operations Facility                          399,885                                                                                          0.00%
Elmonica Rail Ops Facility Operations Projects          72,020                                                                                          0.00%
ATP NW Nela Maintenance                                 72,450                                                                                          0.00%
Barbur Transit Center and Park & Ride                    6,303                                                                                          0.00%
Beaverton Transit Center                                 1,822                                                                                          0.00%
Forest Grove Terminal                                      119                                                                                          0.00%
Oregon City Transit Center                                 305                                                                                          0.00%
Tigard Transit Center                                   51,341                                                                                          0.00%
Rose Quarter Transit Center                              4,788                                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Stations P&R, TC (Transit Centers)          122,087                                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Stations P&R, TC (Park & Ride)              104,283                                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Stations P&R, TC (Parking Garages)           31,030                                                                                          0.00%
All Facilities Maintenance Environmental               104,297   $      90,353                                    $      50,000                         3.18%
Facilities Maintenance Equipment                         6,984                                                                                          0.00%
All Facilities Items (Painting, Tile Work)              46,448                                                                                          0.00%
Facilities Planning Assessment                          29,559                                                                                          0.00%
Light Rail Stations P&R, TC (Stations)                 219,035                                                                                          0.00%
Tigard Transit Center Piping Repair                     33,790                                                                                          0.00%
Tactile Paving Replacements                              6,944                                   $       30,963                                         0.00%
Eastside Light Rail Stations Repainting                  9,891                                          146,557                                         0.00%
Lake Oswego DEIS IGA                                                 3,856,500                                          727,886                        46.26%
Transit Enhancement Projects                                                                                            582,500                        37.02%
Mall Shelters Maintenance                                                                                                 3,120                         0.20%
Bus Transit Centers and Park & Rides Maint                                                                               30,000                         1.91%
Bus Priority Street Maintenance Improvements                         1,213,916   $      75,067            1,710                      -100.00%           0.00%
Willow Creek Pocket Track                                              107,886                                                                          0.00%
Lighting Along Multi-Use Path Adj to I-205                           2,456,695       2,147,800        2,713,182                      -100.00%           0.00%
Morrison/Yamhill Intersection Repairs                                1,784,440         203,461              369                      -100.00%           0.00%
Willamette Shoreline Trestle Repairs                                   326,336                                           25,000                         1.59%
Gresham Central Station Access                          10,940         152,146                                                                          0.00%

                                                                                 Page 193
BUD2 Materials & Services       CAPITAL PROJECTS - OPERATING PROJECTS

                                                            Actual            Actual            Budget              Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
                 Expense Category                           08/09             09/10             10/11                10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Westbound Gresham Central Station Access                                                    $         566,779   $      352,497                      -100.00%           0.00%
Pedestrian Crossing Improvements                       $        6,944     $     331,866               466,580          497,342                      -100.00%           0.00%
Bike Stations                                                  26,000           (26,000)                               657,883                                         0.00%
Milwaukie Park & Ride                                                           149,116                                 59,176                                         0.00%
Foster Road Layover Concrete Bus Pads                                            27,637               332,338          190,593                      -100.00%           0.00%
Transit Tracker On I-205                                                        203,691                                                                                0.00%
Neighborhood Shelters Replacement                              28,608                                                            $      40,000                         2.54%
Neighborhood Shelters Refurbishment                                                                                                     50,000                         3.18%
ADA Improvements                                               17,775                                                                                                  0.00%
Milwaukie Bus Stop Improvements                                                                       340,000           75,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Rail Safety Enhancements                                      123,615             (1,182)                                                                              0.00%
Bus On-Street Related Maintenance                                                                                                       50,000                         3.18%
Willamette Shore Trolley Program                               33,169              3,990                                                                               0.00%
Park & Ride Signage and Shared Use Support                      9,932              5,968                                                 5,000                         0.32%
Neighborhood Shelters Refurbishment                            56,102                                                                                                  0.00%
Lloyd District Transit Hub                                      2,222           150,985                10,000           10,000          10,000        0.00%            0.64%
WES Opening Events                                             70,544                                                                                                  0.00%
MAX Green Line Grand Opening Events                                             167,088                                                                                0.00%
Bike & Pedestrian Improvements                                374,213            71,326                                                                                0.00%

                                                       $    2,891,640     $ 11,072,756      $    4,142,025      $    4,735,272   $   1,573,506       -62.01%         100.00%



In FY2011-12, costs transferred to Bus Stop Development Department and Capital Projects Department.




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Department Summary         CAPITAL PROJECTS - BUS STOP DEVELOPMENT

                                                Actual                          Budget                 Estimate           Budget            % Change              % of
                                      08/09                09/10                10/11                   10/11             11/12            FY11 - FY12          Dept. Total

Personal Services               $            -       $             -      $         320,937    $           320,937   $        438,738               36.71%              41.52%
Materials & Services            $        546,737     $         314,698            2,134,375                832,000            617,952              -71.05%              58.48%

Total                           $        546,737     $         314,698    $       2,455,312    $         1,152,937   $       1,056,690             -56.96%             100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                                    Performance Measures:

The Bus Stop Development Department is charged with providing safe, visible                            Install 50 new bus stop shelters/bus stop signs on 12 additional routes.
and accessible bus stops along all TriMet bus lines.

Activities:

       Identify and promote pedestrian access improvements that complement
        transit services.




In FY2011-12, costs transferred from Capital Projects Department and Operating Projects Department.



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BUD1 Personal Services   CAPITAL PROJECTS - BUS STOP DEVELOPMENT
                                      08/09          09/10                    10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                      Actual        Actual         -----------Budget----------                Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total         Total      Base           Pos           Total           Total           Base            Pos            Total


  Manager, Capital Projects                                       $     96,695     0.25   $     24,174   $      24,174   $      96,695        1.00   $        96,695
  Bus Stops Comm Relations Spec.                                        45,623     0.75         34,217          34,217          45,623        1.00            45,623
  Planner III                                                           63,423     1.00         63,423          63,423          60,782        1.00            60,782
  Planner II                                                            55,123     1.00         55,123          55,123          55,123        1.00            55,123
  Transit Development Technician                                        49,569     1.00         49,569          49,569          49,569        1.00            49,569



  Fringe Benefits                                                                               94,431          94,431                                       130,946

  Total                                                                            4.00        320,937        320,937                         5.00   $       438,738




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BUD2 Materials & Services   CAPITAL PROJECTS - BUS STOP DEVELOPMENT

                                               Actual          Actual          Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change         % of
              Expense Category                 08/09           09/10           10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     Projects Total



Streamline                                 $      15,055   $      12,449   $     380,000   $      100,000                      -100.00%           0.00%
Bus Stop Development                             531,682         302,250         732,000          732,000   $     617,952       -15.58%         100.00%
Bus Stop Development FY11                                                      1,022,375                                                          0.00%

                                           $     546,737   $     314,698   $   2,134,375   $      832,000   $     617,952       -71.05%         100.00%




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Department Summary         CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

                                                 Actual                           Budget              Estimate   Budget    % Change       % of
                                       08/09                 09/10                10/11                10/11     11/12    FY11 - FY12   Dept. Total

Personal Services               $       7,824,510                                                                                               0.00%
Materials & Services                    7,317,429                                                                                               0.00%

Total                           $      15,141,939                                                                                               0.00%



In FY2009-10, Facilities Management transferred from the Capital Projects Division to the Operations Division.




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BUD1 Personal Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
                                           08/09         09/10                    10/11                  10/11                  11/12
                                          Actual         Actual         ----------Budget----------        Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                           Total         Total       Base          Pos           Total   Total   Base         Pos             Total



  Facilities Management:
  Director, Facilities Management         $     99,043
  Manager, Environmental Compliance             87,924
  Manager, Facilities Services                  90,123
  Manager, Facilities Systems                   96,384
  Supervisor, Facilities Management             69,588
  Supervisor, Maint Facilities Management      139,340
  Facilities Specialist                         43,400
  Operations Administrator/Coordinator          48,576
  Facility Support Supervisor                   69,564
  Engineer IV                                   74,566
  Environmental Engineer II                     65,629
  Engineer I                                    72,567
  Assistant Supervisor                         215,792
  Maintenance Technician                       284,755
  Janitor                                      116,490
  Landscaper                                   110,895
  Landscape Maintenance Technician             110,895
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic                   439,656
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic Apprentices       169,408

  Fringe Benefits                             1,227,910
  Workers' Compensation                           6,636




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BUD1 Personal Services   CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT
                                          08/09         09/10                    10/11                  10/11                  11/12
                                         Actual         Actual         ----------Budget----------        Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                          Total         Total       Base          Pos           Total   Total   Base         Pos             Total



  Facilities Management-Rail:
  Supervisor, Maint Facilities Management $     142,880
  Assistant Supervisor - MOW                    133,588
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic                    551,282
  MOW Landscaper                                305,826
  Maintenance of Way Cleaner                  1,201,040
  Maintenance Technician                         91,679
  Plant Maintenance Mechanic Apprentices         91,000



  Fringe Benefits                             1,656,263
  Workers' Compensation                         124,595
  Unscheduled Overtime                          289,616
  Capitalized Labor/Fringe                     (416,413)
  Limited Term Employment                        14,014

  Total                                  $    7,824,510




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BUD2 Materials & Services     CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

                                             Actual     Actual      Budget       Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
             Expense Category                08/09      09/10       10/11         10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Professional and Technical               $     42,721
Mechanical/Structural Consulting                3,067
Environmental Consulting                       25,760
Landscape Services                             30,166
Portland Mall Management Services             610,120
On Street Amenities Services                    2,740
Contracted Maintenance                        207,907
Environmental Services                         16,030
Office Sup., Maintenance - Custodial          344,689
Shelter Cleaning                              961,013
Shelter Cleaning-Vandalism                     52,943
Transit Center Cleaning                       185,244
Transit Mall Cleaning                          15,216
Park & Ride Cleaning                            1,910
Office Maintenance - Other                      6,723
Laundry                                        15,645
Other Services                                  5,789
Waste Disposal Services                       273,275
Office Supplies                                 7,429
Maintenance Materials                         189,632
Bus Stop Signs/Poles                            4,762
Cleaning Supplies                               8,798
Small Hand Tools                               23,778
Other Materials                                 6,263
Landscape Maintenance Materials                 5,475




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BUD2 Materials & Services     CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

                                                Actual      Actual   Budget       Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
             Expense Category                   08/09       09/10    10/11         10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Transit Mall Materials                      $     15,099
Environmental Materials                            4,071
Moving Services                                   19,107
"Green Team" Materials                               538
Utilities - Electricity                          809,321
Utilities - Natural Gas                          262,697
Utilities - Water/Sewer                          282,640
Shelter Electrification                           24,502
Telephone                                         32,142
Utilities - Other                                114,702
Property Taxes                                     1,296
Dues & Subscriptions                               3,346
Apprenticeship Training                           13,390
Indirect Expense Allocation                      (49,470)
Leases                                           760,290
Rentals                                              572

Sub-Total Facilities Management:                5,341,337

Facilities Management-Rail:
Professional & Technical                           4,592
Contracted Maintenance - Landscaping              23,500
Contracted Maintenance - Fac. & Equipment         91,767
Contracted Maintenance - Elevators               161,377
Hillsboro Garage IGA                              30,000
Contracted Maintenance - Environmental            12,584
Other Services                                     4,161
Office Supplies                                    2,287




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BUD2 Materials & Services     CAPITAL PROJECTS - FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

                                             Actual      Actual     Budget       Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
             Expense Category                08/09       09/10      10/11         10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Facilities Management:
Maintenance Materials - Outside Plant    $    106,344
Maintenance Materials - Shop                   50,334
Shop Equipment < $5,000                         8,398
Cleaning Supplies - Platforms                  55,655
Small Hand Tools                                7,491
Other Materials                                 2,799
Maintenance Materials - Landscaping            24,068
Safety Supplies                                12,139
Utilities - Natural Gas                       177,294
Utilities - Building Electricity              852,349
VT Utilities - Electricity                     10,926
Utilities - Other Building                     75,106
Utilities - Parking Garages                    33,552
Tunnel Water Services                          26,289
Utilities - Other Water                       181,782
Education & Training                            4,869
General Motors Spur                            10,000
Employee Recognition                            3,228
Rentals                                         3,200

Sub-Total Facilities Management-Rail:        1,976,092

                                         $   7,317,429




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Department Summary        CAPITAL PROJECTS - CAPITAL PROJECTS

                                               Actual                      Budget           Estimate            Budget         % Change            % of
                                     08/09                09/10            10/11             10/11              11/12         FY11 - FY12        Dept. Total

Personal Services              $        463,838     $      1,309,900   $      791,175   $         791,175   $    1,144,338            44.64%             7.93%
Materials & Services                  4,174,178            5,194,377        3,109,468           4,055,716       13,277,627           327.01%            92.07%

Total                          $      4,638,016     $      6,504,278   $    3,900,642   $       4,846,891   $   14,421,965           269.73%           100.00%



Responsibility:                                                                             Performance Measures:

The Capital Projects Department provides responsive and cost-effective                          Complete 60% design for the Milwaukie light rail extension.
planning, design and construction of transit corridor development of service
support for facilities and related programs. These projects and programs are                    Prepare Full Funding Grant Agreement Application.
consistent with the Regional Transportation Plan, TriMet’s Transit Investment
Plan and the Capital Improvement Program.                                                       Complete FEIS for Lake Oswego to Portland transit project.

Activities:

   Continue to develop elements of the Transit Investment Plan.
   Prepare capital elements and corridor plans for prototype high-capacity bus
    service in the SE Powell and SW Barbur corridors.
   Continue support for the Willamette Shore Rail and Trails study, including
    the potential expansion of the Lake Oswego to Portland transit project.
   Work with bi-state partners on the Columbia River Crossing project and
    other elements related to I-5 North.
   Identify and advance transit-oriented development opportunities along
    major transit corridors.
   Maintain relationship with City of Portland and manage Eastside Streetcar
    Construction Grant Agreement and SW Moody TIGER Grant Agreement.
   Continue final design engineering activities and approved construction
    activities for the Milwaukie corridor.




In FY2011-12, costs transferred to Bus Stop Development Department.




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BUD1 Personal Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS
                                        08/09           09/10                         10/11                         10/11                          11/12
                                        Actual          Actual             -----------Budget----------               Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total           Total           Base           Pos           Total          Total           Base            Pos           Total


  Director, Project Planning         $     49,369   $     120,645   $    120,645        0.75   $       90,483   $      90,483   $    120,645        1.00    $      120,645
  Director, Community Affairs              24,441          27,358        109,432        0.25           27,358          27,358        109,432        1.00           109,432
  Manager, Project Development                                           121,208        0.25           30,302          30,302        121,208        1.00           121,208
  Manager, Capital Projects                23,245          24,174         96,695        0.75           72,521          72,521
  Manager, Corridor Design                 22,631          37,104         94,607        0.50           47,304          47,304          94,607       1.00            94,607
  Manager, Real Property Acquisition       21,809          22,571         90,285        0.25           22,571          22,571          90,285       1.00            90,285
  Manager, Environmental Compliance                        89,888         89,888        1.00           89,888          89,888          89,888       1.00            89,888
  Manager, Project Communications                                         79,574        0.25           19,894          19,894
  Manager, Real Property Development       19,617          60,620         80,826        0.75           60,620          60,620          89,408       1.00            89,408
  Manager, Public Arts Program             41,021          19,205         76,818        0.25           19,204          19,204          76,818       0.80            61,454
  Administrative Specialist                11,493          25,047         46,098        0.25           11,525          11,525          49,214       1.00            49,214
  Administrative Specialist                10,269          65,702         44,906        0.50           22,453          22,453          42,574       1.00            42,574
  Insurance Coordinator                                                   78,279        0.25           19,570          19,570          78,279       1.00            78,279
  Engineer IV                              21,973          72,979         90,525        0.50           45,263          45,263          92,478       1.00            92,478
  Engineer II                              12,875          26,698                                                                      75,502       1.00            75,502
  Engineer I                                                              59,320        0.25           14,830          14,830
  Environmental Engineer II                                67,254         67,254        1.00           67,254          67,254         67,254        1.00            67,254
  Planner III                                                             63,423        1.00           63,423          63,423         66,064        1.00            66,064
  Planner II                               13,870          57,650         62,285        0.75           46,714          46,714         53,014        1.00            53,014
  Planner II                                                              53,014        0.25           13,254          13,254         62,285        1.00            62,285
  Planner I                                11,010          50,488         50,488        0.75           37,866          37,866         50,488        1.00            50,488
  Deputy General Counsel                   25,394          76,955        106,606        0.50           53,303          53,303        109,182        2.00           218,363
` Paralegal I                                              10,518         42,073        0.25           10,518          10,518         42,073        1.00            42,073
  Environmental Permit Coordinator         18,495          38,096         76,191        0.50           38,096          38,096         73,205        1.00            73,205
  Real Estate Analyst                                                                                                                 69,885        0.75            52,414
  Real Estate Analyst                      16,892          17,585          68,796       0.25           17,199          17,199         69,927        1.00            69,927
  Community Affairs Representative                                         58,339       0.50           29,169          29,169
  Communications Specialist                                                46,207       0.25           11,552          11,552
  Bus Stops Comm Relations Spec.                           45,623          45,623       0.25           11,406          11,406



  Fringe Benefits                         115,960         353,673                                     212,745        212,745                                       681,773
  Workers' Compensation                     3,476              70
  Capitalized Grant Labor/Fringe                                                                                                                  (11.30)       (1,407,499)

  Total                              $    463,838   $   1,309,900                     13.00    $      791,175   $    791,175                       12.25    $    1,144,338


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BUD2 Materials & Services    CAPITAL PROJECTS - CAPITAL PROJECTS

                                           Actual          Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget        % Change        % of
          Expense Category                 08/09           09/10            10/11            10/11           11/12        FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Professional & Technical               $     578,325   $     377,457    $     343,270   $      343,270   $     345,400          0.62%          2.60%
Milwaukie Alternatives Analysis               34,265           1,164                                72                                         0.00%
Lake Oswego DEIS IGA                                                          135,714        1,097,000                       -100.00%          0.00%
Willamette Trolley                            47,577          43,204           30,000           30,000           30,600         2.00%          0.23%
SOLV                                                          10,000            5,000            5,000            5,000         0.00%          0.04%
Metro: Unified Work Program                  225,000         225,000          225,000          225,000          225,000         0.00%          1.69%
Transit Mall Extension                       146,247          17,036                            14,340           14,770                        0.11%
Intergovernmental Transfers                2,465,700       3,846,564        1,500,000        1,500,000       10,688,500       612.57%         80.50%
Environmental Consulting                                      30,536           30,000           30,000           30,600         2.00%          0.23%
Temporary Help                                 3,420          10,722            3,000           33,000           25,000       733.33%          0.19%
Contracted Maintenance - Environmental                        27,961           25,000           25,000           25,500         2.00%          0.19%
Shelter Services                             188,852         158,290          168,000          168,000          171,360         2.00%          1.29%
Environmental Services                                        26,979           35,720           35,720           36,434         2.00%          0.27%
Shelter Cleaning                              46,375          25,003                                                                           0.00%
Printing Services                              1,402             822            2,500            1,500           1,500        -40.00%          0.01%
Other Services                                18,422          31,935           20,000           50,000          36,000         80.00%          0.27%
Waste Disposal Services                                      211,584          194,884          194,884         198,782          2.00%          1.50%
Office Supplies                               12,980          24,747           17,000            6,000          10,000        -41.18%          0.08%
Shelter Materials                             53,264          39,724           45,150           43,500          45,150          0.00%          0.34%
Trash Containers                               6,732           4,680            4,000            3,800           4,000          0.00%          0.03%
Other Materials                               12,163           8,223           10,000            4,500          10,000          0.00%          0.08%
Environmental Materials                                        1,541            4,800            4,800           4,800          0.00%          0.04%
"Green Team" Materials                                           596            1,880            1,880           1,880          0.00%          0.01%
Drafting Supplies                              5,845             848            2,000            1,000           1,200        -40.00%          0.01%
Telephone                                     24,444          28,786           28,000           23,000          21,892        -21.81%          0.16%
Transit Tracker Telecom                        3,630                                                                                           0.00%
Property Taxes                                                                                                    5,113                        0.04%
Dues & Subscriptions                           8,672          11,285            8,000           11,000            8,000        0.00%           0.06%
Local Travel & Meetings                       20,074           6,888                             2,400                                         0.00%
Bid Advertising                                  539                            1,000              500            1,000         0.00%          0.01%
Vehicle Control Site Rental                   15,531           1,294           20,000                                        -100.00%          0.00%
Leases                                                                                                         991,146                         7.46%
Bus Stop Signs/Poles                              80                                                                                           0.00%
PI/PD                                        180,747            (695)                                                                          0.00%
Special Events Expense                                        22,202          180,550          180,550                                         0.00%
Rail Project Expense                          73,892                           69,000           20,000         339,000        391.30%          2.55%

                                      $    4,174,178   $   5,194,377    $   3,109,468   $    4,055,716   $   13,277,627       327.01%       100.00%

                                                                                Page 206
BUDGET PROGRESSION SCHEDULE - CAPITAL PROJECTS

    Actual           Actual           Adopted                                                   Proposed          Approved      Adopted
    08/09            09/10             10/11                                                      11/12            11/12         11/12

                                                    Administration
$      417,114   $      372,445   $      325,024        Personal Services                   $       325,879   $       325,879
       135,415           95,542           78,500        Materials & Services                         80,068            80,068
$      552,529   $      467,987   $      403,524         Department Total                   $       405,947   $       405,947
                                                    Operating Projects
$    2,891,640   $   11,072,756   $     4,142,025        Materials & Services               $     1,573,506   $     1,573,506
$    2,891,640   $   11,072,756   $     4,142,025        Department Total                   $     1,573,506   $     1,573,506
                                                    Bus Stop Development
                                  $       320,937        Personal Services                  $       438,738   $       438,738
$      546,737   $      314,698         2,134,375        Materials & Services                       617,952           617,952
$      546,737   $      314,698   $     2,455,312        Department Total                   $     1,056,690   $     1,056,690
                                                    Facilities Management
$    7,824,510                                            Personal Services
     7,317,429                                            Materials & Services
$   15,141,939                                           Department Total
                                                    Capital Projects
$      463,838   $    1,309,900   $       791,175        Personal Services                  $     1,144,338   $     1,144,338
     4,174,178        5,194,377         3,109,468        Materials & Services                    13,277,627        13,277,627
$    4,638,016   $    6,504,278   $     3,900,641        Department Total                   $    14,421,965   $    14,421,965
                                                    Division Total
$    8,705,462   $    1,682,344   $     1,437,134        Personal Services                  $     1,908,955   $     1,908,955
    15,065,399       16,677,373         9,464,368        Materials & Services                    15,549,153        15,549,153
$   23,770,861   $   18,359,717   $    10,901,503 Total Capital Projects                    $    17,458,108   $    17,458,108




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EXTERNAL CAPITAL PROGRAM RESOURCES

Line                                                                       Actual               Actual                Budget           Estimate          Budget
No.                                                                        08/09                09/10                 10/11             10/11            11/12


1.     State, local government & private contributions               $        270,165     $      1,982,353        $    4,586,459   $     4,586,459   $       50,000

2.     Federal Transit Administration grants                                5,392,990           11,376,899            14,457,684        14,396,927       20,335,959

3.     Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing*                                          19,384,788            12,630,000        12,630,000       46,436,251

4.     Operating resources required for Capital Program                    18,104,863            6,740,650             3,684,994         3,264,884        6,462,231

5.     Total external capital program resources                      $     23,768,018     $     39,484,690        $   35,359,137   $    34,878,270   $   73,284,441

     * FY10 includes $13 million of proceeds from the 2009 Series bonds to repay TriMet for the FY09 bus order.




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CAPITAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Line                                              Actual           Actual           Budget           Estimate          Budget        % of Total
No.                                               08/09            09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12        Requirements

1.     Communications & Technology Division   $    1,597,103   $    3,969,764   $   13,607,223        13,607,223   $   30,993,775          42.29%

2.     Finance & Administration Division           1,267,166                           315,000           115,000          200,000           0.27%

3.     Operations Division                        20,204,159        3,034,911        8,518,230         8,518,230       35,795,799          48.85%

4.     Capital Projects Division                   2,566,973       13,095,227       12,918,684        12,637,817        6,294,867           8.59%

5.     Total capital project requirements     $   25,635,401   $   20,099,902   $   35,359,137   $    34,878,270   $   73,284,441         100.00%




                                                                   Page 210
FY11-12 Capital Program Detail

                                                                Federal         TriMet          Other            FY11-12
                                     Project                    Share           Share           Source            Total                               Notes
Communications & Technology Division
   Customer Services
        Postage Machine with Meter                                          $      25,000                    $       25,000
        Transit Tracker Display (Blue and Red Lines)        $     184,000          46,000                           230,000
   Total Customer Services                                  $     184,000   $      71,000                    $      255,000
    Information Technology
         Bus Dispatch Replacement*                                                          $   26,386,981   $   26,386,981   $227,655 IT, $278,313 Ops Capitalized Labor
         Data Communication Management Tools                                $      10,000                            10,000
         Data Communication Performance Monitoring                                 34,000                            34,000
         Data Communication Remote Access                                          10,000                            10,000
         Data Communication Switches & Routers                                    306,000                           306,000
         E-Discovery Enterprise Email Scan Tool                                    31,000                            31,000
         IT Security Systems Replacement                                           25,000                            25,000
         Legal/HR System-Oracle Advanced Benefits                                 150,000                           150,000
         LIFT Communications Replacement (MDT Data Comm)*                          43,040        2,060,000        2,103,040   $43,040 Capitalized Labor
         Open Source Multi-Modal Trip Planner*                                    177,343                           177,343   $102,343 Capitalized Labor
         Extraboard Automation*                                                    12,777                            12,777   $12,777 Capitalized Labor
         FMIS/MMMIS*                                                               86,975                            86,975   $86,975 Capitalized Labor
         Operator Self-Serve Application*                                          74,159                            74,159   $74,159 Capitalized Labor
         Oracle v12 Upgrade                                                       300,000                           300,000
         Oracle-Employee Self Service                                              75,000                            75,000
         Oracle-Manager Self Service                                               75,000                            75,000
         Servers Replacement                                                      841,500                           841,500
         Voice Systems Replacement                                                 40,000                            40,000
    Total Information Technology                                            $   2,291,794   $   28,446,981   $   30,738,775
Total Communications & Technology Division                  $     184,000   $   2,362,794   $   28,446,981   $   30,993,775
Finance & Administration Division
     Financial Services
          Oracle HR Pension/Retiree Benefit Project                         $     200,000                    $      200,000 Carryover From FY11
     Total Financial Services                                               $     200,000                    $      200,000
Total Finance & Administration Division                                     $     200,000                    $      200,000
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FY11-12 Capital Program Detail

                                                                    Federal          TriMet          Other            FY11-12
                                   Project                          Share            Share           Source            Total                            Notes
Operations Division
    Administration
         Farebox Systems Replacement                                             $     150,000   $     850,000    $    1,000,000
         Type 3 TVM System Upgrade                                                   1,500,000                         1,500,000
    Total Administration                                                         $   1,650,000   $     850,000    $    2,500,000
    ATP
         72 ATP Replacement Vehicles Buses+BDS Component        $    6,455,202   $     738,827                    $    7,194,029
    Total ATP                                                   $    6,455,202   $     738,827                    $    7,194,029
    Bus Maintenance
         4 Hybrid 40' Buses                                     $    2,000,000                   $      500,000   $    2,500,000 Federal and Revenue Bonds
         51 Replacement Low Floor 40' Buses                          7,436,000                       15,139,270       22,575,270 Federal and Revenue Bonds
         Bus Shop Equipment Replacement                                                 99,000                            99,000
         Non-Revenue Vehicle Replacement                                               250,000                           250,000
    Total Bus Maintenance                                       $    9,436,000   $     349,000   $   15,639,270   $   25,424,270
    Facilities Management
         Center Maintenance - Bus Hoist Units                                    $     365,500                    $      365,500
         Permanent Operator Restroom at Priority End-of Route                           85,000                            85,000
         Ruby/Elmonica Mezzanine Fall Protection Retrofit                               60,000                            60,000
    Total Facilities Management                                                  $     510,500                    $      510,500
    Rail Equipment Maintenance
         Light Rail Shop Equipment                                               $      13,000                    $       13,000
         Type 1/2/3 LRV Comm System Upgrade for Orange Line                            110,000                           110,000
    Total Rail Equipment Maintenance                                             $     123,000                    $      123,000
    Rail Maintenance of Way
         MOW Equipment Replacement-Chart Recorder/Sub                            $       9,000                    $        9,000
    Total Rail Maintenance of Way                                                $       9,000                    $        9,000
    Commuter Rail
         WES Maintenance Facility Air Compressor Upgrade                         $      35,000                    $       35,000
    Total Commuter Rail                                                          $      35,000                    $       35,000
Total Operations Division                                       $   15,891,202   $   3,415,327   $   16,489,270   $   35,795,799




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FY11-12 Capital Program Detail

                                                          Federal          TriMet          Other            FY11-12
                                  Project                 Share            Share           Source            Total                                 Notes
Capital Projects Division
    Capital Projects
          On-Board Energy Storage Units               $    4,200,000                                    $    4,200,000   Federal TIGGER II funds
          Pier Park Bus Layover/Operator Restroom                            120,000                           120,000
          Positive Train Control                                             220,110        1,500,000        1,720,110   $220,110 TriMet Carryover
          Rockwood/188th MAX Station Rehabilitation                          144,000           50,000          194,000   Connect Oregon IGA
          Secure Bicycle Storage                              60,757                                            60,757   $60,757 State STP Carryover
    Total Capital Projects                            $    4,260,757   $     484,110   $    1,550,000   $    6,294,867
Total Capital Projects Division                       $    4,260,757   $     484,110   $    1,550,000   $    6,294,867
Total Requirements                                    $   20,335,959   $   6,462,231   $   46,486,251   $   73,284,441




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EXTERNAL LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM RESOURCES

Line                                                                                       Actual               Actual                 Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                                                        08/09                09/10                  10/11              10/11             11/12

1.       Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing                               $             -      $             -         $            -    $              -   $    99,900,000

2.       Contributed ROW                                                                                                                        -                   -                -

3.       State, local government & private contributions                              $      8,940,012     $     23,399,589        $   108,756,061   $    43,064,780        185,106,423

4.       Federal Transit Administration grants                                              34,248,372            1,091,602                     -         10,000,000          8,800,000

5.       Interim Financing*                                                                         -            30,911,703                     -         (1,099,414)                -
6.       Total Project Resources                                                      $     43,188,384     $     55,402,894        $   108,756,061   $    51,965,366    $   293,806,423

       * TriMet reimbursed with State Lottery bond revenue in FY11 for $1,099,414 of FY10 Milwaukie Light Rail Project expenses.




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WILSONVILLE TO BEAVERTON COMMUTER RAIL PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions   $    7,809,624   $      141,137

2.     Interim Financing                                                         804,632

3.     Total Project Resources                           $    7,809,624   $      945,769

SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     Revenue bond proceeds and short term financing

2.     State, local government & private contributions   $    1,130,388

3.     Federal Transit Administration grants                 34,248,372   $    1,091,602

4.     Interim Financing                                                      29,007,493

5.     Total Project Resources                           $   35,378,760   $   30,099,095

MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                         Actual           Actual           Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                          08/09            09/10            10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions                    $   23,258,452   $   107,934,695   $    42,243,414    $   184,498,134

2.     Contributed ROW

3.     Revenue Bond Proceeds                                                                                                         99,900,000
4.     Federal Transit Administration Grants                                                                      10,000,000          8,800,000

5.     Interim Financing                                                       1,099,414                          (1,099,414)

6.     Total Project Resources                                            $   24,357,866   $   107,934,695   $    51,144,000    $   293,198,134




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COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING PROJECT RESOURCES

Line                                                     Actual        Actual             Budget           Estimate          Budget
No.                                                      08/09         09/10              10/11             10/11            11/12

1.     State, local government & private contributions                                $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290

2.     Interim Financing                                          $             164

3.     Total Project Resources                                    $             164   $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290




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LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

Line                                                        Actual            Actual             Budget            Estimate           Budget
No.                                                         08/09             09/10              10/11              10/11             11/12

1.     Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project   $    25,604,703   $      945,769     $            -    $              -                -

2.     South Corridor Project                               163,605,783       30,099,095     $     5,300,000   $     2,536,778    $     3,116,733

3.     Milwaukie Light Rail Project                           5,216,536       24,357,866         107,934,695        51,144,000        293,184,542

4.     Columbia River Crossing Project                                                 164          821,366            821,366           608,290

5.     Total light rail program requirements            $   194,427,022   $   55,402,894     $   114,056,061   $    54,502,144    $   296,909,565




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LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS - DETAILED BY PROJECT

Line                                                                   Actual             Actual            Budget           Estimate          Budget        % of Total
No.                                                                    08/09              09/10             10/11             10/11            11/12        Requirements

       Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project
1.          Personal Services                                      $     2,863,551    $      155,602                                                           0.00%
2.          Real Property Acquisition                                   10,942,336          (593,156)                                                          0.00%
3.          Vehicles                                                     3,385,903           743,627                                                           0.00%
4.          Project Management                                           6,353,497           639,696                                                           0.00%
5.          Construction - Civil and Systems                                   375                                                                             0.00%
6.          Finance Charges                                              2,059,041                                                                             0.00%

7.          Total Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project   $    25,604,703    $      945,769                                                           0.00%

       South Corridor Project
8.          Personal Services                                      $     6,884,233    $    1,976,497                                                           0.00%
9.          Design                                                                         1,020,344                                                           0.00%
10.         Civil Construction                                           6,298,104         9,362,193    $    1,900,000                                         0.00%
11.         Stations, Stops, Terminals                                  17,933,812           655,934                                       $    1,294,633      0.44%
12.         Support Facilities                                            (136,130)                                                                            0.00%
13.         Guideway and Track                                          10,101,845                                   -                                         0.00%
14.         Sitework and Special Conditions                             38,137,223         1,010,570                     $       798,278                       0.00%
15.         Systems                                                     30,824,876                                                10,000                       0.00%
16.         Real Property Acquisition                                    1,482,532         3,656,943         1,000,000             9,000        1,426,100      0.48%
17.         Light Rail Vehicles                                         30,073,390         9,120,305         2,400,000         1,175,000                       0.00%
18.         Project Management                                           7,659,077         2,102,056                             544,500          396,000      0.13%
19.         Finance Charge                                              12,138,373         1,194,253                                                           0.00%
20.         Start Up                                                     2,208,449                                                                             0.00%

21.         Total South Corridor Project                           $   163,605,783    $   30,099,095    $    5,300,000   $     2,536,778   $    3,116,733      1.05%




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LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS - DETAILED BY PROJECT

Line                                                    Actual            Actual             Budget            Estimate          Budget         % of Total
No.                                                     08/09             09/10              10/11              10/11            11/12         Requirements

       Milwaukie Light Rail Project
22.        Personal Services                                          $    6,541,019     $    10,035,089   $    10,035,089   $    13,108,543      4.41%
23         Community Affairs                        $        60,320           37,007                                                              0.00%
24.        Design                                         2,751,073        9,623,111                                                              0.00%
25.        Guideway and Track                                                                                      285,000        34,360,000     11.57%
26.        Sitework & Special Conditions                                                       8,943,000        12,085,000        38,658,000     13.02%
27.        Systems                                                                                                                                0.00%
28.        Real Property Acquisition                         10,755        1,944,992          56,090,606        18,211,000       112,616,000     37.93%
29.        Vehicles                                                                                                               20,068,000      6.76%
30.        Professional Services                          2,263,778        5,558,041          25,233,000        10,527,911        74,374,000     25.05%
31.        Interim Finance                                  130,609          653,697           7,633,000                                          0.00%

32.         Total Milwaukie Light Rail Project      $     5,216,536   $   24,357,866     $   107,934,695   $    51,144,000   $   293,184,543     98.75%

       Columbia River Crossing Project
33.        Personal Services                                                             $      821,366    $       821,366   $      608,290       0.20%
34.        Project Management                                         $            164              -                  -                -         0.00%
35.         Total Columbia River Crossing Project                     $            164   $      821,366    $       821,366   $      608,290       0.20%

36.    Total Light Rail Program Requirements        $   194,427,022   $   55,402,894     $   114,056,061   $    54,502,144   $   296,909,566     100.00%




                                                                  Page 220
Division Summary          LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM

                                                           Actual                                 Budget           Estimate            Budget         % Change        % of
                                              08/09                     09/10                     10/11             10/11              11/12         FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                      $       9,747,784         $        8,673,117        $      10,856,455   $      10,856,455   $    13,716,833         26.35%          4.62%
Materials & Services                         184,679,238                 46,729,776              103,199,606          43,645,689       283,192,732        174.41%         95.38%

Total                                  $     194,427,022         $       55,402,894        $     114,056,061   $      54,502,144   $   296,909,565        160.32%        100.00%




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Light Rail Program
    Division Summary.............................................................................. 221
    Wilsonville to Beaverton Commuter Rail Project .............................. 222
    South Corridor Project ....................................................................... 225
    Milwaukie Light Rail Project ............................................................. 229
    Columbia River Crossing Project ....................................................... 234




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Department Summary     LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - WILSONVILLE TO BEAVERTON COMMUTER RAIL PROJECT

                                     Actual                Budget        Estimate    Budget    % Change        % of
                             08/09            09/10        10/11          10/11      11/12    FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services        $    2,863,551   $      155,602                                             0.00%           0.00%
Materials & Services         22,741,152          790,167                                             0.00%           0.00%

Total                    $   25,604,703   $      945,769                                             0.00%           0.00%




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BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - WILSONVILLE TO BEAVERTON COMMUTER RAIL PROJECT
                                        08/09       09/10                       10/11                  10/11                  11/12
                                       Actual       Actual            ---------Budget----------         Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total       Total        Base            Pos           Total   Total   Base            Pos           Total



  Project Director                     $     98,864
  Director, Systems Engineering                        $     4,969
  Director, Program Management               57,783
  Manager, Civil Construction                                  799
  Manager, Rail Operations Planning                             49
  Manager, Quality Assurance                                 1,145
  Manager, Budget                                              563
  Manager, Real Property Acquisition         24,187            519
  Manager, System Safety Program                               685
  Manager, Community Affairs                 64,596
  Manager, Operations Commuter Rail                             83
  Manager, CADD                                                765
  Project Control Analyst                                    6,540
  Business Systems Analyst                                      56
  Administrator, Program Mgmt                63,023            780
  Administrative Specialist                 111,488         10,818
  Insurance Administrator                                      150
  Contract Administrator III                                   310
  Contract Administration Specialist                            79
  Community Affairs Assistant                41,450
  Right of Way Coordinator                   19,200             90
  Engineer V                                338,705         13,442
  Engineer IV                                                4,252
  Engineer III                               63,120
  Engineer II                                95,516          6,263
  Engineer I                                 47,604
  Engineering Technician III                                    77
  Planner II                                                   242
  Commuter Rail Maint Asst Supv                             12,427
  Commuter Rail Maint Technician                            12,490
  Journeyman Mechanic                                        2,691
  Deputy General Counsel                    225,208          3,245

  Fringe Benefits                          1,612,807        72,074

  Total                                $   2,863,551   $   155,602



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BUD2 Materials & Services    LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - WILSONVILLE TO BEAVERTON COMMUTER RAIL PROJECT

                                        Actual           Actual        Budget      Estimate    Budget    % Change      % of
          Expense Category              08/09            09/10         10/11        10/11      11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Real Property Acquisition           $   10,942,336   $     (593,156)
Light Rail Vehicles                      3,385,903          743,627
Project Management                       6,353,497          639,696
Construction - Civil and System                375
Finance Charges                          2,059,041

                                    $   22,741,152   $      790,167




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Department Summary     LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT

                                      Actual                    Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
                             08/09             09/10            10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services        $     6,884,233   $    1,976,497   $          -     $           -     $          -            0.00%          0.00%
Materials & Services         156,721,550       28,122,598   $    5,300,000   $     2,536,778   $    3,116,733        -41.19%        100.00%

Total                    $   163,605,783   $   30,099,095   $    5,300,000   $     2,536,778   $    3,116,733        -41.19%        100.00%




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BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT
                                       08/09       09/10                     10/11                   10/11                  11/12
                                       Actual     Actual           ---------Budget----------          Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total       Base           Pos            Total   Total   Base           Pos             Total



  Senior Director, Capital Projects  $      78,282   $   19,345
  Director, Project Engineering            115,274       36,396
  Director, Program Management              82,673       31,753
  Director, Mall Design/Construction        39,980        4,052
  Director, Community Affairs               92,931        4,193
  Director, Systems Engineering             80,325       29,535
  Manager, Civil Construction               81,950       23,794
  Manager, Transit Corridor Planning        57,673       21,192
  Manager, Rail Operations Planning                       1,613
  Manager, Quality Assurance                51,596       10,788
  Manager, Network Communications                           330
  Manager, Budget                           44,882       18,750
  Manager, Workforce                        26,143          600
  Manager, Community Affairs                65,899        3,355
  Manager, Real Property Development                      2,245
  Manager, Project Communications           24,757       17,720
  Manager, CADD                             37,502        7,616
  Manager, Public Arts Program                           18,917
  Manager, Real Property Acquisition        30,673        6,183
  Manager, Contracts                                        903
  Manager, System Safety Program                            599
  Manager, MOW Operations                                 2,628
  Manager, Human Resources                               12,961
  Project Control Analyst                  36,063         8,479
  Insurance Coordinator                    42,275        19,909
  Administrator, Program Management        53,499        23,357
  Program Scheduler                        72,959         9,370
  Senior Cost Estimator                    44,005         2,200
  Cost Estimator                           36,640        11,246
  Cost Engineer                            44,784         1,650
  Coordinator, Administration              25,983         6,386
  Contract Administrator III               29,873           619
  Safety Specialist                       117,351        25,368
  Engineer V                              211,244        17,996

                                                                           Page 226
BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT
                                       08/09       09/10                     10/11                   10/11                  11/12
                                       Actual     Actual           ---------Budget----------          Est         ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total       Total       Base           Pos            Total   Total   Base           Pos             Total



  Engineer IV                        $    171,242    $    120,775
  Communications Engineer IV              100,993           2,743
  Engineer III                            108,402          26,561
  Engineer II                             393,766         172,358
  Engineer I                              457,441
  Engineering Technician II                27,924           2,477
  Deputy General Counsel                   75,149          21,232
  Community Affairs Representative        171,720          34,715
  Communications Specialist                47,641          27,204
  Public Art Coordinator                   51,236           5,301
  Administrative Specialist               301,951          75,019
  Administrative Specialist - DBE          35,843           5,519
  Document Control Clerk                   35,958          11,589
  Environmental Permit Coordinator         16,356           2,518
  Planner IV                               18,355          14,377
  Business Systems Analyst                 61,247           8,579
  Diversity & Transit Equity Rep                            2,431
  Real Property Specialist                  54,725         13,869

  Fringe Benefits                        3,129,068       1,027,179

  Total                              $   6,884,233   $   1,976,497




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BUD2 Materials & Services    LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - SOUTH CORRIDOR PROJECT

                                      Actual            Actual           Budget          Estimate         Budget       % Change        % of
       Expense Category               08/09             09/10            10/11            10/11           11/12       FY11-FY12     M & S Total



Design                                              $    1,020,344
Civil Construction                $    6,298,104         9,362,193   $   1,900,000                                       -100.00%          0.00%
Stations, Stops, Terminals            17,933,812           655,934                                    $   1,294,633                       41.54%
Support Facilities                      (136,130)                                                                                          0.00%
Guideway and Track                    10,101,845                                                                                           0.00%
Sitework and Special Conditions       38,137,223         1,010,570                   $      798,278                                        0.00%
Systems                               30,824,876                                             10,000                                        0.00%
Real Property                          1,482,532         3,656,943       1,000,000            9,000       1,426,100        42.61%         45.76%
Vehicles                              30,073,390         9,120,305       2,400,000        1,175,000                      -100.00%          0.00%
Project Management                     7,659,077         2,102,056                          544,500         396,000                       12.71%
Finance Charges                       12,138,373         1,194,253                                                                         0.00%
Start Up                               2,208,449                                                                                           0.00%

                                  $ 156,721,550     $   28,122,598   $   5,300,000   $    2,536,778   $   3,116,733       -41.19%       100.00%




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Department Summary     LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT

                                      Actual                    Budget            Estimate          Budget         % Change        % of
                             08/09             09/10            10/11              10/11            11/12         FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services        $           -     $    6,541,019   $    10,035,089   $    10,035,089   $    13,108,543         30.63%          4.47%
Materials & Services     $     5,216,536       17,816,847        97,899,606        41,108,911       280,075,999        186.08%         95.53%

Total                    $     5,216,536   $   24,357,866   $   107,934,695   $    51,144,000   $   293,184,542        171.63%        100.00%




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BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT
                                       08/09      09/10                      10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                       Actual     Actual           ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total      Total        Base           Pos            Total          Total           Base           Pos             Total



  Final Design:
  Senior Director, Capital Projects                $     54,839   $    166,915     1.00   $   166,915   $     166,915
  Director, Mall Design/Construction                    124,183        148,415     1.00       148,415         148,415   $    148,415        1.00   $         148,415
  Director, Project Engineering                          64,687        148,415     1.00       148,415         148,415
  Director, Systems Engineering                          46,787        144,093     1.00       144,093         144,093        155,848        1.00             155,848
  Director, Real Property                                                                                                    129,456        1.00             129,456
  Director, Program Management                           42,357        125,802     1.00       125,802         125,802        125,802        1.00             125,802
  Director, Community Relations                          36,058        109,432     0.75        82,074          82,074        109,432        0.75              82,074
  Director, Operations Support                            9,046
  Manager, Project Development                          100,605        121,208     0.75        90,906          90,906        121,208        0.75              90,906
  Manager, Civil Construction                           156,022        116,510     2.00       233,021         233,021        116,510        2.00             233,021
  Manager, Workforce                                      7,603        104,442     0.25        26,110          26,110        104,442        0.25              26,110
  Manager, Facilities Development                        51,294        102,396     1.00       102,396         102,396        102,396        1.00             102,396
  Manager, Rail Operations Planning                      38,577        102,082     1.00       102,082         102,082        102,082        1.00             102,082
  Manager, Transit Corridor Planning                     63,357        101,477     1.00       101,477         101,477        101,477        1.00             101,477
  Manager, Corridor Design                               80,824         94,607     0.50        47,304          47,304         94,607        0.50              47,304
  Manager, Program                                                                                                            92,081        1.00              92,081
  Manager, Project Controls                                                                                                   92,081        1.00              92,081
  Manager, Quality Assurance                             65,555         91,935     1.00        91,935          91,935         91,935        1.00              91,935
  Manager, Capital Projects                               5,604
  Manager, Budget                                         1,711         90,410     1.00        90,410          90,410          90,410       1.00               90,410
  Manager, Real Property Acquisition                     43,327         90,285     0.75        67,714          67,714          90,285       0.75               67,714
  Manager, MOW Operations                                   904
  Manager, Human Resources                               20,756
  Manager, Contracts                                        271
  Manager, System Safety Program                            171
  Manager, Community Relations                           70,415         87,571     1.00        87,571          87,571          87,571       1.00              87,571
  Manager, CADD                                          25,679         79,908     1.00        79,908          79,908          79,908       1.00              79,908
  Manager, Project Communications                        47,406         79,574     0.75        59,680          59,680          79,574       1.00              79,574
  Manager, Public Arts Program                              589         76,818     0.55        42,250          42,250          76,818       0.55              42,250
  Real Property Specialist                               51,210         74,291     1.50       111,437         111,437          74,291       1.25              92,864
  Real Property Specialist                              155,024         68,796     5.75       395,578         395,578          68,578       4.75             325,747
  Administrative Specialist                              92,088         47,899     4.00       191,595         191,595          47,899       4.25             203,570
  Administrative Specialist                              83,928         44,906     5.00       224,530         224,530          43,702       6.50             284,062
  Administrative Specialist                              24,183         44,370     1.00        44,370          44,370          44,370       1.00              44,370




                                                                            Page 230
BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT
                                       08/09      09/10                      10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                       Actual     Actual           ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total      Total        Base           Pos            Total          Total           Base           Pos             Total



  Document Control Clerk                                          $     41,384     1.00   $    41,384   $      41,384   $     41,384        1.00   $          41,384
  Senior Cost Estimator                            $     68,620         90,076     1.00        90,076          90,076         90,076        1.00              90,076
  Cost Engineer                                          59,400        137,808     0.75       103,356         103,356        137,808        0.75             103,356
  Cost Engineer                                          36,092         67,296     1.00        67,296          67,296         67,296        1.00              67,296
  Program Scheduler                                      61,209         93,960     1.00        93,960          93,960         93,960        1.00              93,960
  Program Scheduler                                      45,583         58,798     1.00        58,798          58,798         58,798        1.00              58,798
  Project Control Analyst                                22,048         70,386     1.00        70,386          70,386         70,386        1.00              70,386
  Project Control Specialist                                                                                                  49,590        1.00              49,590
  Engineer V                                            286,832        107,290     5.00       536,449         536,449        107,290        5.00             536,449
  Engineer V                                             80,811        100,161     1.25       125,202         125,202         95,202        2.00             190,405
  Engineer IV                                               598         90,525     1.50       135,788         135,788         90,525        1.50             135,788
  Engineer IV                                                           87,696     1.50       131,544         131,544
  Engineer IV                                            63,265         86,088     1.00        86,088          86,088          86,088       1.00              86,088
  Engineer IV                                                                                                                  91,162       3.00             273,486
  Engineer III                                           79,872         87,393     1.25       109,242         109,242          77,880      10.00             778,803
  Engineer III                                           14,272         86,631     1.00        86,631          86,631
  Engineer II                                           200,497         66,471    11.00       731,177         731,177          60,139      13.50             811,875
  Engineer I                                            110,722         56,472     4.75       268,242         268,242          56,472       4.50             254,124
  Engineering Technician III                             26,383         53,328     1.00        53,328          53,328          53,328       1.00              53,328
  Publications Coordinator                               46,390         64,791     1.00        64,791          64,791          64,791       1.00              64,791
  Community Affairs Representative                       83,138         58,492     2.50       146,230         146,230          58,492       3.00             175,476
  Communications Specialist                              33,370         46,207     0.75        34,656          34,656          46,207       1.00              46,207
  Coordinator, Project Design                            19,092         60,218     1.00        60,218          60,218          60,218       1.00              60,218
  Public Art Coordinator                                 51,886         65,146     1.00        65,146          65,146          65,146       1.00              65,146
  Public Art Assistant                                                                                                         54,288       0.50              27,144
  Manager, Real Property Development                     14,089         80,826     0.25        20,207          20,207          89,408       0.25              22,352
  Planner II                                              9,369
  Planner I                                               5,560         50,488     0.25        12,622          12,622
  Contract Administrator III                             14,212         64,644     0.50        32,322          32,322          64,644       0.50              32,322
  Insurance Coordinator                                   5,652         78,279     0.50        39,140          39,140          78,279       0.75              58,709
  Business Systems Analyst                               22,511         77,381     1.00        77,381          77,381          77,381       1.00              77,381
  Program Management Administrator                       21,478         62,953     0.50        31,477          31,477          62,953       1.00              62,953
  Quality Assurance Specialist                                          75,502     1.00        75,502          75,502          74,489       1.50             111,734
  System Safety Specialist                               33,775         75,586     1.00        75,586          75,586          75,586       1.00              75,586




                                                                            Page 231
BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT
                                       08/09      09/10                      10/11                            10/11                              11/12
                                       Actual     Actual           ---------Budget----------                   Est                     ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                       Total      Total        Base           Pos            Total            Total               Base           Pos             Total



  System Safety Specialist                         $        838    $    62,515     1.00   $     62,515    $      62,515       $     62,577        2.00   $         125,155
  Environmental Permits Coordinator                      45,471         76,191     0.50         38,096           38,096             73,205        0.50              36,603
  Configuration Specialist                                                                                                          56,376        2.00             112,752
  Human Resources Specialist                                            98,052     0.50         49,026           49,026             98,052        0.50              49,026
  Deputy General Counsel                                 66,955        157,435     0.75        118,076          118,076            157,435        1.00             157,435
  Deputy General Counsel                                209,903        106,606     2.50        266,516          266,516            106,606        2.50             266,516
  Paralegal I                                                           42,073     0.75         31,555           31,555             42,073        0.75              31,555
  Bus Stop Planner/Analyst                                1,504
  Diversity & Transit Equity Rep                          2,961
  Bike Program Coordinator                                3,612         50,968     0.14          7,323                7,323

  Start Up:
  Plant Maint Mechanic Apprentice                                                                                                    53,193       1.67               89,106
  Signal Maintainer/Apprentice                                                                                                       57,747       0.67               38,801
  Substation Maintainer/Apprentice                                                                                                   60,591       0.33               20,049
  Power Maintainer/Apprentice                                                                                                        60,591       1.00               60,756

  Capitalized Reimbursement                                                                                                                                      1,355,927
  Fringe Benefits                                      3,127,988                              2,931,774        2,931,774                                         3,170,625

  Total                                            $   6,541,019                  88.94   $ 10,035,089    $   10,035,089                       112.97    $      13,108,543




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BUD2 Materials & Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - MILWAUKIE LIGHT RAIL PROJECT

                                     Actual           Actual            Budget           Estimate          Budget         % Change         % of
        Expense Category             08/09            09/10             10/11             10/11            11/12         FY11-FY12      M & S Total



Community Affairs              $         60,320   $        37,007                                                                              0.00%
Design                                2,751,073         9,623,111                                                                              0.00%
Guideway and Track                                                                   $       285,000   $    34,360,000                        12.27%
Stations, Stops, Terminals                                                                                                                     0.00%
Support Facilities: Yards                                                                                                                      0.00%
Sitework & Special Conditions                                       $    8,943,000        12,085,000        38,658,000       332.27%          13.80%
Systems                                                                                                                                        0.00%
ROW Land Existing Improvements           10,755         1,944,992       56,090,606        18,211,000       112,616,000       100.78%          40.21%
Vehicles                                                                                                    20,068,000                         7.17%
Professional Services                 2,263,778         5,558,041       25,233,000        10,527,911        74,374,000       194.75%          26.55%
Unallocated Contingency                                                                                                                        0.00%
Interim Finance                         130,609          653,697         7,633,000                                           -100.00%          0.00%
Local Interest Cost                                                                                                                            0.00%

Total                           $     5,216,536   $   17,816,847    $   97,899,606   $    41,108,911   $   280,075,999       186.08%         100.00%




                                                                          Page 233
Department Summary     LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING PROJECT

                                      Actual                     Budget           Estimate          Budget        % Change        % of
                              08/09            09/10             10/11             10/11            11/12        FY11- FY12     Dept. Total

Personal Services                        $             -     $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290        -25.94%        100.00%
Materials & Services                     $             164              -                 -                -            0.00%          0.00%

Total                                    $             164   $      821,366   $       821,366   $      608,290        -25.94%        100.00%




                                                                          Page 234
BUD1 Personal Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING PROJECT
                                        08/09      09/10                        10/11                          10/11                          11/12
                                       Actual      Actual             ---------Budget----------                 Est                 ---------Budget----------
  Position Title                        Total      Total         Base            Pos           Total           Total           Base            Pos            Total


  Director, Project Planning                                       $     120,645      0.25   $    30,161   $     30,161
  Deputy Project Manager                                                  92,081      1.00        92,081         92,081    $      92,081        1.00   $        92,081
  Manager, Outreach                                                       80,659      1.00        80,659         80,659           80,659        1.00            80,659
  Engineer III                                                            91,162      1.00        91,162         91,162           91,162        1.00            91,162
  Engineer II                                                             69,454      2.50       173,634        173,634
  Engineer I                                                                                                                      57,545        0.50            28,773
  Planner III                                                             62,285      1.00        62,285          62,285          62,285        0.75            46,714
  Community Affairs Representative                                        58,005      0.75        43,503          43,503          58,005        1.00            58,005

  Capitalized Reimbursement                                                                                                                                     41,591
  Fringe Benefits                                                                                247,879        247,879                                        169,305

  Total                                                                               7.50   $   821,366   $    821,366                         5.25   $       608,290




                                                                           Page 235
BUD2 Materials & Services   LIGHT RAIL PROGRAM - COLUMBIA RIVER CROSSING PROJECT

                                   Actual         Actual         Budget         Estimate   Budget    % Change      % of
        Expense Category           08/09          09/10          10/11           10/11     11/12    FY11-FY12   M & S Total



Professional Services                        $             164

Total                                        $             164




                                                                     Page 236
G. O. BOND DEBT SERVICE FUND

Line                                                                       Actual               Actual            Budget           Estimate           Budget
No.                                                                        08/09                09/10             10/11             10/11             11/12

       Resources

1.          Beginning Fund Balance                                  $       10,454,000   $        9,354,000   $    9,577,745   $      9,433,000   $   13,002,989

2.          Previously Levied Taxes - Estimated to be Received                186,000              368,000           100,000           100,000           100,000

3.          Earnings from Temporary Investments                                 93,000               23,000           20,000            20,000            20,000

4.          Total Resources Except for Taxes                        $       10,733,000   $        9,745,000   $    9,697,745   $      9,553,000   $   13,122,989

5.          Taxes Necessary to Balance                                       8,722,000            9,765,000       10,196,977        10,196,977         7,005,940

6.          Total Resources                                         $       19,455,000   $       19,510,000   $   19,894,722   $    19,749,977    $   20,128,929


       Requirements

       General Obligation Refunding Bonds (Light Rail Extension)
            1999 Series A

7.          Redemption of Principal                                 $        8,015,000   $        8,420,000   $    8,845,000   $      8,845,000   $    9,315,000

8.          Interest Expense                                                 2,086,000            1,657,000        1,233,733          1,233,733          757,459

9.          Unappropriated Ending Fund Balance                               9,354,000            9,433,000        9,815,989        13,002,989        10,056,470

10.         Total Requirements                                      $       19,455,000   $       19,510,000   $   19,894,722   $    23,081,722    $   20,128,929


       Last property tax assessment for Westside bonds is November 2011.




                                                                                             Page 237
G. O. BOND DEBT SERVICE FUND

                                         Year Ended                                                   Total
                                          June 30         Principal            Interest            Debt Service



    General Obligation Refunding Bonds
    (Light Rail Extension)
    1999 Series A                          2012       $        9,315,000   $         757,459   $       10,072,459
                                           2013                9,800,000             256,470           10,056,470

                                           Total      $       19,115,000   $       1,013,929   $       20,128,929




                                               Page 238
FORM                                                       NOTICE OF BUDGET HEARING
LB-1
A meeting of the Tax Supervising and Conservation Commission will be held on Wednesday, May 25, 2011 at 8:00 A.M. in Room C of the
Portland Building, 1120 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, Oregon. The purpose of this meeting will be to discuss the budget for the fiscal year beginning
July 1, 2011 as approved by the Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Budget Committee. A summary of the budget is
presented below. A copy of the budget may be inspected or obtained at 4012 S.E. 17th Avenue between the hours of 8:00 AM and 5:00 PM.
This budget was prepared on a basis of accounting that is consistent with the basis of accounting used during the preceding year. Major
changes, if any, and their effect on the budget, are explained below. This budget is for an Annual Period.
County:                        City:                           Chairperson of governing body:                                  Telephone number:
Multnomah                      Portland                        Rick Van Beveren                                                (503) 962-4813

                                                               FINANCIAL SUMMARY
Check this box if your                                                                               Adopted Budget               Approved Budget
budget has only one fund.                        TOTAL OF ALL FUNDS                               This Year: 2010-2011          Next Year: 2011-2012
                            1. Total Personal Services                                                       $260,126,227                 $261,158,551
                            2. Total Materials and Services                                                   129,686,203                  141,624,420
                            3. Total Capital Outlay                                                           149,415,198                  370,194,006
Anticipated                 4. Total Debt Service                                                              81,348,761                   83,094,987
Requirements                5. Total Transfers
                            6. Total Contingencies                                                             10,600,000                      10,000,000
                            7. Total Special Payments                                                         108,938,176                      37,167,421
                            8. Total Unappropriated and Reserved for Future Expenditure                       146,529,272                     121,327,879
                            9. Total Requirements - add lines 1 through 8                                     886,643,837                   1,024,567,265
                            10. Total Resources Except Property Taxes                                         876,446,860                   1,017,561,325
Anticipated                 11. Total Property Taxes Estimated to be Received                                  10,196,977                       7,005,940
Resources                   12. Total Resources - add lines 10 and 11                                         886,643,837                   1,024,567,265
                            13. Total Property Taxes Estimated to be Received (line 11)                        10,196,977                       7,005,940
Estimated                   14. Plus: Estimated Property Taxes Not to be Received
Ad Valorem                      A. Loss due to Constitutional Limits
Property Taxes                  B. Discounts Allowed, Other Uncollected Amounts                                  708,881                          447,188
                            15. Total Tax Levied - add lines 13 and 14                                        10,905,857                        7,453,128
                                                                                                     Rate or Amount                   Rate or Amount
Tax Levies                  16. Permanent Rate Limit Levy (rate limit……)
By Type                     17. Local Option Taxes
                            18. Levy for Bonded Debt or Obligations                                             10,905,857                       7,453,128
                                                         STATEMENT OF INDEBTEDNESS
                                      Debt Outstanding                                                       Debt Authorized, Not Incurred
              None                           X As Summarized Below                                          None          X As Summarized Below
                                                           PUBLISH BELOW ONLY IF COMPLETED
                                            Estimated Debt Outstanding at the                        Estimated Debt Authorized, Not Incurred at the
Long-Term Debt                                Beginning of the Budget Year                                   Beginning of the Budget Year
                                                       July 1, 2011                                                    July 1, 2011
Bonds                                                                           $308,085,000                                                 $475,000,000
Interest Bearing Warrants
Other
Total Indebtedness                                                              $308,085,000                                                 $475,000,000
Short-Term Debt
This budget includes the intention to borrow in anticipation of revenue ("Short-Term Borrowing") as summarized below:
                     FUND LIABLE                                      Estimated Amount                  Estimated                       Estimated
                                                                       to be Borrowed                  Interest Rate                   Interest Cost




                                                                             Page 240
FORM                                                                       FUNDS NOT REQUIRING A
 LB-2                                                                    PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED
Publish ONLY completed portion of this page. Total Anticipated Requirements must equal Total Resources.

Name of                                                                              Actual Data           Adopted Budget     Approved Budget
Fund                               GENERAL FUND                                   Last Year 2009-10       This Year 2010-11   Next Year 2011-12

1.      Total Personal Services                                                        $239,941,486           $260,126,227        $261,158,551
2.      Total Materials and Services                                                    161,448,953            129,686,203         141,624,420
3.      Total Capital Outlay                                                             75,502,796            149,415,198         370,194,006
4.      Total Debt Service                                                               99,849,696             71,270,028          73,022,528
5.      Total Transfers
6.      Total Contingencies                                                                                     10,600,000           10,000,000
7.      Total Special Payments                                                           30,379,280            108,938,176           37,167,421
8.      Total Unappropriated and Reserved for Future Expenditure                        202,623,972            136,713,283          111,271,409
9.      Total Requirements                                                              809,746,182            866,749,115        1,004,438,336
10.     Total Resources Except Property Taxes                                          $809,746,182           $866,749,115       $1,004,438,336




                                                                   Page 241
FORM                                                                  FUNDS REQUIRING A
 LB-3                                                              PROPERTY TAX TO BE LEVIED
Publish ONLY completed portion of this page.

Name of                                                                     Actual Data          Adopted Budget        Approved Budget
Fund           G. O. BOND DEBT SERVICE FUND                              Last Year 2009-10      This Year 2010-11      Next Year 2011-12

1.      Total Personal Services
2.      Total Materials and Services
3.      Total Capital Outlay
4.      Total Debt Service                                                        $10,077,000            $10,078,733           $10,072,459
5.      Total Transfers
6.      Total Contingencies
7.      Total Special Payments
8.      Total Unappropriated and Reserved for Future Expenditure                    9,433,000              9,815,989            10,056,470
9.      Total Requirements                                                         19,510,000             19,894,722            20,128,929
10.     Total Resources Except Property Taxes                                       9,745,000              9,697,745            13,122,989
11.     Property Taxes Estimated to be Received                                     9,765,000             10,196,977             7,005,940
12.     Total Resources (add lines 10 and 11)                                      19,510,000             19,894,722            20,128,929
13.     Property Taxes Estimated to be Received (line 11)                                                 10,196,977             7,005,940
14.     Estimated Property Taxes Not to be Received
        A.     Loss Due to Constitutional Limit
        B.     Discounts, Other Uncollected Amounts                                                          708,881                447,188
15.     Total Tax Levied (add lines 13 and 14)                                                            10,905,857              7,453,128
                                                                                                 Rate or Amount         Rate or Amount
16.     Permanent Rate Limit Levy (rate limit ……)
17.     Local Option Taxes
18.     Levy for Bonded Debt or Obligations                                                              $10,905,857            $7,453,128




                                                                    Page 242
                                Notice of Property Tax and Certification of Intent to Impose                                             FORM LB-50
                                      a Tax, Fee, Assessment, or Charge on Property                                                       2011-2012
                                               To assessor of Clackamas, Multnomah & Washington Counties

* Be sure to read instructions in the 2011-2012 Notice of Property Tax Levy Forms and Instructions booklet.                    Check here if this is an amended form.

The Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon has the responsibility and authority to place the following property tax, fee,
charge or assessment on the tax roll of Clackamas, Multnomah & Washington Counties. The property tax, fee, charge or
assessment is categorized as stated by this form.

4012 SE 17th Avenue         Portland                        Oregon                            97202-3940                         13-Apr-11
Beth deHamel                Budget Officer                  503-962-4804                      dehamelb@tri-met.org


CERTIFICATION--You must check one box.
X The tax rate or levy amounts certified in Part I are within the tax rate or levy amounts approved by the budget committee.
  The tax rate or levy amounts certified in Part I were changed by the governing body and republished as required in ORS 294.435.


PART I: TOTAL PROPERTY TAX LEVY                                                                          Subject to
                                                                                                 General Government Limits
                                                                                      Rate -or- Dollar Amount
1. Rate/Amount levied (within permanent rate limit)
2. Local option operating tax
3. Local option capital project tax                                                                                                        Excluded from
4. Levy for "Gap Bonds"                                                                                                                  Measure 5 Limits
5. Levy for pension and disability obligations                                                                                      Dollar Amount of Bond Levy
6a. Levy for bonded indebtedness from bonds approved by voters prior to October 6, 2001                                           $                    7,453,128
6b. Levy for bonded indebtedness from bonds approved by voters after October 6, 2001
6c. Total levy for bonded indebtedness not subject to Measure 5 or Measure 50 (total of 6a + 6b)                                  $                     7,453,128


PART II: RATE LIMIT CERTIFICATION
7. Permanent rate limit in dollars and cents per $1,000
8. Date received voter approval for rate limit if new district
9. Estimated permanent rate limit for newly merged/consolidated district


PART III: SCHEDULE OF LOCAL OPTION TAXES -- Enter all local option taxes on this schedule. If there are more than two taxes,
                                              attach a sheet showing the information for each.
                         Purpose                                Date voters approved              First year     Final year            Total amount -or- rate
         (operating, capital project, or mixed)              local option ballot measure           levied       to be levied       authorized per year by voters




PART IV: SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS, FEES AND CHARGES
                                                                                                      Subject to General                   Excluded from
                            Description                                                             Government Limitation              Measure 5 Limitation
1
2
If fees, charges or assessments will be imposed on specific property within your district you must attach a complete listing of properties,
by assessor's account number, to which fees, charges or assessments will be imposed. Show the fees, charges or assessments
uniformly imposed on the properties. If these amounts are not uniform, show the amount imposed on each property.
The authority for putting these assessments on the roll is ORS ____________. (Must be completed if you have an entry in Part IV.)

150-504-073-7 (Rev. 11-08)                                                    (see the back for worksheet for lines 6a, 6b, and 6c)
                       File with your assessor no later than JULY 15, unless granted an extension in writing.


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