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FLORIDA TRANSPORTATION DISADVANTAGED COMMISSION

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1990 STATEWIDE OPERATIONS REPORT Prepared for the Florida Transportation Disadvantaged Commission by the Center for Urban Transportation Research College of Engineering University of South Florida CUTR September 1992

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The 1990 Statewide Operations Repon, prepared for the Florida Transporta tion Disa dvantaged Commission, is based on data compiled from annual operating reports submitted to the commission by the state's community transportation coordinators. The report provides a summary of operating statistics and performance measures for Florida's coordinated transportation disadvantaged (lD) transportation system. Preparation of this report is mandated by Chapter 427 of the Florida Statutes. A summary of 1990 data is provided below: An estimated 5.0 million persons in Florida were disabled, elderly, and/or low-income in 1990. In 1990, the 1D Commission executed memoranda of agreement with 48 local coordinators. These agreements covered 63 of the state's 67 counties. The coordinated 1D system provided 6.4 million 1D trips in 1990; 74 percent of these trips were provided in 27 urban counties. Vehicle miles operated within the coordinated system totaled 33.2 million in 1990. The expenditures for providing TD transportation semce m the coordinated system totaled $47.4 million in 1990. The median operating expense per passenger trip in the state was $6.14, and the median operating expense per vehicle mile was $1.13. The unit cost of providing service is generally higher in urban counties than i n rural counties. Over the five-year period from 1986 to 1990, service availability has increased and system safety and reliability have improved. Ill

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CONTENTS Executive S ummary 0 0 0 0 111 Ust of Figures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . v Ust of Tables .................................. vi Introduction 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 o o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 1 1990 Statewide Summary 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Comparison of the ABE to the AORs o o o o o o o o o 0 3 1986-1990 Statewide Trend Analysis o o o o o o 0 o o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o o 3 Coordination Status o o o o o o 0 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o 4 1D Population o o o o o o o o o 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 o 0 o 0 0 o .. o 6 Operati n g Statistics o o o o o o o o o 0 o o 0 o o 0 o o o o 0 o o o 7 Perfo rmance Measures 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 Detailed System Characteristics o 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 17 Cou nty Page Referen c e o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o 0 o o o o 0 o o 0 o 0 17 Appen dix A 1990 Operating Statistics and Performance Measures by Community T rans portation Coordinator 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 109 Appendix B 1986-1990 Trend in Operating Statistics and Performan ce Measures by Community Transportation Coord in ato r o 0 o 0 o 0 o o o o o 115 i v

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LIST OF FIGURES Figure 1 Counties covered by MOAs and AORs, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Figure 2 Florida populations, 1986 to 1990 . . . . 6 Figure 3 Passenger trips reported in AORs, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Figure 4 Vehicle miles reported in AORs 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Figure 5 Vehicles reported in AORs 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Figure 6 Operating expenses reported in AORs, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Figure 7 Operating expenses, 1989 and 1990 . . . 10 Figure 8 Operating revenue reported in AORs, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Figure 9 Operating revenue, 1989 and 1990 . . . . 11 Figure 10 Vehicle miles per capita for TD category I, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Figure 11 Passenger trips per vehicle mile, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Figure 12 Opera ting expenses per passenger trip, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Figure 13 Operating expenses per vehicle mile, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Figure 14 Acci dents per 100 000 vehicle miles 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Figure 15 Vehicle miles between roadcalls, 1986 to 1990 . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 v

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LIST OF TABLES Table 1 Statewide Summary of 1990 Operating Data . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Table 2 Funds Reported in the ABE and the AORs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Table 3 CTCs by Organization and Network Type . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 VI

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INTRODUCTION Chapter 427 of the Florida Statutes charges the Transportation Disadvan taged Commission with the responsibility to ... accomplish th e coordination of transportation services provided to the transportation disadvantaged". To ensure coordination of these services, the commission contracts with community transportation coordinators (referred to as local coordinators or CfCs). A local coordinator is responsible for the provision of services in a designated service area. The designated service area for which a local coordinator is responsible is at a minimum an entire county and can include more than one county. The local coordinator can be a transportation operator and actuai!Y provide some or all of the lD transportation service, or it can contract with other operators that provide some or all of the service. The duties of the local coordinators include submitt ing to the commission an annual operating report (AOR) that provides operating statistics for the most recent fiscal year. The data submitted in the annual operating reports form the basis for this statewide operations report This report presents an analysis of operating statistics and performance measures for the coordinated lD transportation system. The analysis is presented in three sections. The first section presents a discussion of 1990 statewide operating statistics (i.e., a consolidation of all data submitted in the annual operating reports). The second section presents a statewide trend analysis of operating statistics and performance measures for the five-year period from 1986 to 1990. The third section presents operating statistics and performance measures for each local coordinator that submitted an annual operating report in 1990. 1990 STATEWIDE SUMMARY Table 1 presents statewide totals for 1990 operating statistics. It also includes the state's 1990 total population and estimates of two lD popula tion groups. (Data for individual local coordinators are presented in the third section of this report and in Appendix A) The Category I lD population is defined to include all persons who are disabled, elderly, and/or low-income. The Category IIID population is a subset of the Category I population and includes only those persons who are transporta tion disadvantaged according to Chapter 427 guidelines. (These popula tion groups are discussed more thoroughly in the next section of the report .) The table also presents data for urban counties (i.e., for those counties with an urbanized area with a population of 50,000 or more) and for rural 1

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Numbtor Of Counties 27 40 tr7 land Ana (Square Mi\e!t) 24 ,500 29,657 54, 157 PUMn ger Trips 4 ,766,00S 1,643,338 6 410.243 Ve hicle Miles 24,042.166 9,206,852 33,249,020 Opetatlng Revenue $3101,026.330 $8,443,070 $47 ,4M3:9, 400 Op.rallng Expo n .. $3101, 157,538 $8,229,573 $47,367, 112 V.hieiM 1 ,047 300 1,397 .Aula1iorl 11,312.252 1 ,625 .674 12,9<37,926 CalegOJY l TD l'oj>ulatior1 4,298,756 738.140 5 036 ,896 category I I TO Populat ion 1'80.2 1 3 219,6 t 4 m.= Sourea: AMuaJ operating repom 1990 F lorida Ffve-YNr Transportation Olsadventagt Plan co u nties (i.e., for those counties without an urbanized area with a popul a tion of 50,000 or more) I n 1990 there we r e 27 urban counties and 40 rural counties in Florida. Urban co u nties covere d 24,500 square miles ( 45 2 percent of Florida's tot al) and rural counties covered 29,657 square miles As shown in t he tab le, 6. 4 million TD passenger trips were provided through t he coordinated system i n 1 9 90. TD trips p rovide d in urban counties t otal ed 4 8 million trips, or 7 4 .4 p e rce n t of the total. The s t atewide total of vehicl e miles traveled (including deadhead miles) in the coo r dinat e d TD system was 33.2 millio n in 1990. Ve h icle mil es trave le d i n urban count i es totaled 24.0 million, or 72.3 p e rcent of the total. Total ope r ating expens e report e d for th e coordinat e d TD system was $47.4 million i n 1990. Operati ng expense in urban counties was $39.2 mill i on, o r 82.6 percent of the total. Total op e rating revenu e, w hic h s h ou l d equal total ope r ating e xp e ns e, w as $ 82,2 8 8 higher than op e rating expense This slight variation i s primarily du e to timing diff eren ces in the reporting of some componen t s of total expense and t otal r evenue. 1D servic e s are provided with a variety o f vehicles including automobiles, vans, mini-buses, and transit buses. I n 1 9 9 0 local coordinators reported that 1,397 veh i cles wer e available to p rovide TD s ervic e. These coordina2

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tors also reported 498 vehicle accidents resulting in property damage and/or personal injury. In addition, 1,381 roadcalls to respond to equipment failures were reported by the coordinators. The number of employees (including volunteers) in the coordinated m system totaled 1,856 in 1990. This number exceeds the number of full time equivalent (FTE) employees (1,073.6) due to part-time employees (one coordinator reported 366 part-time volunteer drivers). Drivers accounted for 70.2 percent of FTE employees, administrative employees for 15.5 percent, and maintenance employees for 3.9 percent The remaining 10.4 percent of FTE employees were other operations employees (e.g schedulers and dispatchers). The state's populati o n in 1990 was 12.9 million. Nearly 40 percent of the total, or 5 0 million, are disabled, elderly, and/or low-income persons (i.e., the Category I ID population). Approximately eight percent of the state's total population, or 1.0 million persons, are transportation disadvantaged according to Chap ter 427 guidelines (i.e., the Category II m population). Of the state's Category I population, 85.3 percent live in urban counties Of the Category II population 78 0 percent live in urban counties. Comparison of the ABE to the AORs Each agency that provides funds for m transportation services prepares an annual budget estimate (ABE) for the commission. These ABEs forecast the amount of funds the agency expects to spend for these services during the upcoming fiscal year. The commission consolidates these estimates into one ABE that provides a forecast of all federal and state funds that are to be expended for m transportation services in the state. Beginning in 1991, local funds are included in the ABE as well Table 2 provides a comparison of the federal and state funds forecasted in the 1990 consolidated ABE to the federal and state funds reported in the AORs. The difference between the funds reported in the two sources is due to several factors. The AORs report only operating funds, while the ABE includes some capital funds. Another factor is that the ABE includes forecasts for all 67 Florida counties, while only 61 counties were covered by submitted AORs. In addition to these reporting differences, some forecasted funds in the ABE are spent on service provided outside of the coordinated system, and some of the funds forecasted in the ABE are spent on non-transportat i on services due to shifting priorities. 1986-1990 STATEWIDE TREND ANALYSIS This section of the report presents data for the five-year period from 1986 to 1990 on the status of coordination o f m transportation services in the 3

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Otpt of Transpotta.tlon Dept. of Health and Rehabi l itative Servicee O.pt of Education Dept. of Communi ty Attaitt Dept. of Labot and &nploymtnt Security TO Commi taio n ACTION and Head SW1 SoYrcea: Annual Budget Estimate, 1 990 Annual ope r ating repons, 1990 $13, 258,255 $3.224,563 24 3% $31.984.17 1 $21 693,022 57 1 % $ 1 332.000 $8S,898 8.411. $739,242 $478 ,558 64.7% $1 ,821,822 $273,204 15.0 % $822.818 $89,825 14.4% $ 1,912.903 $93,357 4.911> state, the size of various populations, and operating statistics and performance measures for the coordinated system. ( T rend data for ind i vid ual local coordinators are presented in the third section of this report and in Appendix B.) The five-year period was one of significant growth and transition for the 1D system Additional counties were provided with coordinated 1D transportation services as more l ocal coordinators entered into service agreements with the comm i ssion. As the coordinated 1D system approaches comp lete statewide coverage changes in totals of statewide operating statistics should be less dramatic than during the 1986 to 1990 time period C oo r dination Status The number of counties covered by an executed memorandum of agreement (MOA) is the principal measure for determining the coordina tion status of the 1D system. Ait MOA is a contract between the commission and a local coordinator that includes a service plan for the local coordinator's des i gnated service area. Figure 1 shows the number of counties covered by an executed memo randum of agreement counties with a community transportation coordinator) and counties covered by a submitted annual operating report from 1986 to 1990. In 1990, the commission executed memoranda of agreement with 48 local coordinators These agreements covered 63 of the state's 67 counties The number of counties covered by annual operat ing reports submitted by the local coordinators i ncreased from 40 i n 1986 to 61 in 1990 Table 3 p r ovides a breakdown of local coordinators by organization and n etwork type in 1990. Thirty-one of the 48local coord i nators were private 4

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67 Number of 60 ............... .... .... ....... . ""''"'!'""" '""' .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. 50 --. . .......... ... ... . . ....... . .... . . ....... . ....... ........ . . . . . .... ......... .. : ' 40 ---"' "'' ' "''i.. ..... ......... ......... , ...... i .......... ... ....... . ........ .. .. : I ! I 30 "-(--MOAs --Submitted AORs }-20 .................... ....... .......... J. ......... ......... .... ........ .... i ..... .. -.. ... ....... ....... .... ... ........... .................. .... . ; 1 o ............ ....................... .................................. 1 .................................... 1 ....................... .......... .. l j 1986 1987 1 988 1989 1990 FIGURE 1. Counties covered by MOAs and AORs 1986 to 1990. TABLE 3. CfCs by Organization and Network Type. Private NonProflt Pttvale For-Profft Government Agency Public Tlanait 24 0 3 0 Source: Annual Operadng Reports, 1990 5 2 2 5 2 1 3 31 3 8 6 non-profi t organizations, three were private for-profit organizations, eight were government agencies (other than fixed-route transit operators), and six were fixed-route transit operators. Twenty-seven of tbe l ocal coordina tors were sole-source coordinators ( i.e., coordinators that operate all of the coordinated TD transportation service in their counties), fourteen were partial brokerages coordinators that operate some of the service and contract with other operators for the rest), and seven were complete brokerages (i.e., coordinators that contract with other operators fo r all of t he service). 5

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TO Po p ulation The state's coordinated 1D system serves two population groups, as discussed briefly in the preceding section. The first group, referred to in this report as the Category liD population, includes disabled, elderly, and low-income persons, and children who are "high-risk" or "at-risk" These persons are eligible for trips that are subsidized by social service or other governmental agencies. The second population group, referred to as the Category !liD population, includes those persons who are transportation disadvantaged according to the eligibility guidelines in Chapter 41:7 (i e. they are unab l e to transport themselves or to purchase transportation). These persons are eligible to receive the same subsidies as Category I persons plus they are el i gible to receive 1D Trust Fund monies for non sponsored trips (i.e trips that are not subsidized by a social service or other governmental agency). The Cat egory II population is a subset of the Category I population F i gure 2 presents Florida total populat ion and 1D populations from 1986 to 1990. Total population increased f rom an estimated 11.5 million persons in 1986 to 12.9 million persons in 1 990 an annualized growth rate of 2.9 percent. The state's 1D population grew at a slightl y higher annualized growth rate. The Category I 1D population increased from 4.5 million persons in 1986 to 5 0 million persons in 1990 (an annualized growth rate of 3.0 percent) and the Category II 1D pOpulation increased from 0 9 million persons in 1986 to 1 0 million persons in 1990 (an annual ized growth rate of 3.1 percent). 1 8 MlWons I i I 16 ...... , , ...... ,,,,. , , J . .. .. . .. . . .. .. , __ , . .. .... .. . . .. .. ...... ... ....... _,,., ... .. .......... ' 14 ! ........... ...... ....... . ... ---...... .... .... ... t .. ----j i ! I 1 2 ................ ...... ........... ... ...... .......... .. ...... .. .... .. f ............................... .. I 0 ......................... ........ --T-'-'"'*' 6 ......................... ___ .,.._ Cat1go,.ll TD Po,u l ltloft 4 .. ...... , .... .... .... ....... . i ---.. -----i-i --.. --i i i : j : 2 "" ' '"-! -.. .. -" .. ................... ......... .... .f .... . ....... ........... 1 i I 1 986 1987 1 988 1989 1990 FIGURE 2 Florida populatioua, 1986 to 1990. 6

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Operating Statistics Two variations of the statewide trend analysis of operating statistics are presented. The first trend is for all local coordinators that submitted data in any year of the study period. Much of the increas e in this trend is a result of increases in the number of counties and coordinators providing data, rather than additional service provided. To provide a better indication of changes in the amount of service provided, a second trend in operating statistics is presented. This second trend is for a base group of 23 local coordinators that submitted data in all five years of the study period. As shown in Figure 3, passenger trips for all local coordinators submitting data increased from 2.5 million trips to 6.4 million trips, which is equivalent to an annualized growth rate of 26.6 percent per year Among the 23 local coordinators that submitted data in all five years of the study period, the annualized growth rate was 9.3 percent per year. 8 Millions 1 -{--All ere. --23 ..... ere.) Total vehicle miles operated by all local coordinators, shown in Figure 4, increased from 9.6 n:illlion in 1986 to 33.2 million in 1990, an annualized growth rate of 36.4 percent. Among the 23 local coordinators that submitted data in all five years, vehicle miles operated i qcre ased at an annualized rate of 10.8 percent per year. 7

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40 Millions 35 -.. _cr_c. _____ ...__u_a-_cr,_c.-....}-----0 i 3 ........................ . -...... i -......... ............ ........ ......... I i : i I 1 25 ----.. p -------.... .... . ........ -... --------.. ..... . i i i 20 ... ,, ,,_ ,,,. ................. _,_l ................ _,,,_, -----.. i .. .. i ! j j 1 s .................... .... .... ,_,,,J.,.,, .. _,_ ............ ... ,; ..... _,,,,, _,,, ............... .4 ............... ....... . .... __ i I ; I __ ,::::::::::::r, ! I 0 - .. ..................... .. 1 Figure 5 shows that the vehicle fleet also increased significantly through the period, following a growth pattern similar to that described above for vehicle miles. By 1990, 1,397 vehicles were available for 1D services in the state's coordinated system. 1,500 u .. 1 ,20 0 .... ......... ..... .......... ,_ _, ... ........ ; ..... .................. ... .. L ....... .. ................ i i j l i i t i 900 .... .... ................... _,, .. ,1 .... _ ,_,, ,.. .. ... '"' 1"'" ""'"'""'""'""'"-t""'""'"" ""'""'-"'"'' : I i ; 600 :t-............. _,,. __ .................. .. ,+..... ............ . ....... .. ; ................................. .. i i i i i 300 ; i ---........... ... _ -----............. .. ............. .... .... ......... 4 .. ----! l i . i J I 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 FIGURES. Vehicle reported in AORa, 1986 to 1990 8

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As shown in Figure 6, total operating expenses increased from $11.6 million in 1 986 to $47.4 milJion in 1 990, for an annualized growth rate of 42.1 percent per year. Total operating expenses for the 23 lo cal coordi nators that submitted data in a ll five years increased on average 126 percent per year. $50 Millions (-.ucrc. -2311oMCTC. J $40 -------r-----! $30 ........................ ... .............. .1 1 ..... . .. ... ....... '!'"' ' ''"' "'"'"' ' l I I ! i $20 ----r -----T ---i i i L----r i l i $ 0 1 ....... ...... ............... ...... 'i ... ., ....... ... ...... ...... ... . .... ... .... ... ... ....... .... . 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 FIGURE 6. Operating ezpenses reported in AORs, 1986 to 1990 Figure 7 provides a breakdown of 1989 and 1990 operating expenses by category for all local coordinators that submitted data. Labor and services are the largest expense components. Services, which cons i sts primarily' of purchased transportation and contracted maintenance and administrat i ve services, comprised approximately one-third of total operating expense. From 1989 to 1990, labor and fringe decreased as a percent of total expenses, while expenses for services increased This reflects a continua tion of a trend toward increased utilization of contracted services for operations and maintenance. As shown in Figure 8, total operating revenue reported by all l ocal coordinators increased &om $10.8 million in 1986 to $47.5 million in 1990. Total operating revenue reported by the 23 local coordinators that submitted data in all five years increased from $7.0 million to $11.6 million over the period. As previously discussed, the slight variation between operating expense (shown in Figure 6) and operating revenue is primarily due to timing differences in the reporting of some components of total expense and total revenue. 9

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Supplies 9.5% Other 8.9% Fringe 7 .9% s ... -34.6" Supplloo 8.6" Other 10.2'.' Labor 31.8'X. FIGURE 7. Operating expcnaes, 1989 and 1990. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 FIGURE 8. Operating revenue reported in AORa, 1986 to 1990. Figure 9 shows the sources of operating revenue received in 1989 and 1990 by all local coordinators that submitted data. The share of revenue provided by local sources increased significantly. I n 1990 local sources provided 45.2 percent of total r evenue, u p from 36. 6 percent in the previous year. This is a continuation of a t rend from the prior five years. The share of revenue provided by the Florida and U.S. Departments of Transportation (FDOT a nd U.S. DOT) decreased slightly, as did the share 10

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provided by the Florida Depllrtiii.ent of Health and Rehabilitative Services (HRS) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). HRSondHHS 49.6" FDOT ond U.S. DOT 7 .6" Other 6.2" Locol 36.6" HRSond HHS 45.7% FOOT ond U.S. DOT 6.8" FIGURE 9. Operating revenue, 1989 and 1990. Performance Measures Other 2.3" A trend analysis of performance measures is presented in this section for the five-year period from 1986 to 1990 for the coordinated TD system and for urban and rural county CTCs. The performance measures presented comply with objectives established in the Florida Five Year TransportaJion Disadvantaged Plan. Median values for each performance measure are shown. The median i ndicates the 50th percentile, which is the value below which half the values in the sample fali The rationale for using median values rather than averages is that the median eliminates the prospect that data from a few large coordinators could dominate the trends. Vehicle Miles Per Capita for TD Category I. This measure is a general indicator of service availability. Increasing values suggest that additional vehicle miles are being provided relative to the size of the population served. However an increase in vehicle miles may not necessarily indicate that the additional service i s reaching more people. For example, longer average trip lengths may cause an increase in vehicle miles. As shown in Figure 10, this measure increased from 4.78 vehicle miles per capita to 6.44 vehicle miles per capita from 1986 to 1990. This measure is significantly higher among rural county CTCs, which is a reflection of longer trip lengths and lower population densities in rural counties. Passenger Trips Per Vehicle Mile. This measure is an indicator of service effectiveness, that is, how much service is consumed (as measured by 11

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20.00 Medlon Valut11 (--Urban CTC. -Rural CTCa All CTCa 1 ............ 16.00 ------------t --................. 1........ ... ................. l i ; i : 12.00 ........................... ........ --;--............ ...... ........... -r ..................................... ....................................... . l i 8.00 -------I 1 l ; 0.00 +-----+-----i--------ii-------1 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 FIGURE 10. Vehicle miln perc:apita forTD Category!, 1986 to 1990. passenger trips) per unit of effort (as measured by vehicle miles ) This measure is affected by population and land-use density, type of passenger trip (i.e. demand-responsive, fixed-route, or subscription), scheduling effectiveness, and ve h icle type. Passenger trips per vehicle mil e for the coo r di n ated syste m decreased slightly, from 0.23 trips per mile in 1986 to 0.19 in 1990, as shown in Figure 11. Gen erally, t his would suggest decli nin g performance in the system's service effectiveness. However, the decrease may actually be due to changes in the type of service provided.' Conversations with operators and l ocal coordinators indicate that more individual demand-responsive trips were provided relative to group trips in 1990 than in 1986. There fore it is to be expected that this measure would decrease. cres operating in rural counties experienced a decrease from 0.23 t ri ps per vehicle mile in 1986 to 0.18 in 1 990. Urban county coordinators, however, experienced a slight initial increase before falling back to their 1 986 level. Urban county coordina t ors as a group, achieved higher passenger trips per vehicle mile than the rural county coordinators This is a reflection of the greater population and land-use densities of urban counties Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip. This measure is an indicator of cost effect i veness. Normal ly, i n a stab l e environmen t, increasing cost would suggest unfavorable performance. However, Florida's coordinated 12

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0.50 M.dlan Vcdues I 0.10 TD system changed significantly between 1986 and 1990. These changes included expansion of the coordinated system into more counties, changes in the type of service provided within the coordinated syStem, and changes in the level of service provided. In a changing environment such as this, various factors can cause the operating expense per passenger trip to increase even if service is actually being provided more cost effectively. One of these factors is the type of service provided within the system. Certain types of trips (e.g., individual demand-responsive trips) will cost more than others (e.g., group trips), and the system's median or average cost per trip will vary based on the mix of trips provided. To determine the causes of changes in this measure requires analysis of the cost for each trip type over t ime. Such an analysis requires data beyond that which current data collection capabili ties allow. As shown in F igure 12, the median operating expense per passenger trip for the coordinated system increased from $5. 12 in 19 86 to $6.14 in 1990, or 4.6 percent annually. As previously stated, conversations with operators and local coordinators indicate that more individual demand-responsive trips were provided relative to group trips in 1990 than i n 1986, which would account for some of the increase in trip costs (some of the increase, of course, is attributable to inflation). Trip costs among rural county CTCs are lower than those of urban county CTCs. There are a number of factors that contribute to this difference. For instance, operating speeds are generally lower in urban areas, which 13

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$1 0 .00 Median Values AIICTC:. -. . .... ..... i $4 00 .:::._:._ : ..... :: .. ::: .... ::: .. . ,. . .:r; ....... .... ......... ... ....... J. ___________________ --l----------..... ----r I : i l i i i i $2.00 .. r-r -------r--------i I : ! i I ; ------+'---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 $8.00 {-Urlloa CTC:. FIGURE 12. Operating expenua per passenger trip, 1986 to 1990. tends to increase vehicle hours In addition, labor rates, benefit p ack ages and insurance also tend to be more expensive in urban counties. Operating Expense per Vehicle M lle. Operating expense per vehicle mile is another measure of cost effectiveness. As shown in Figure 13, the $2 .00 Medlon Values (-Urllan CTC:. -Rural CTC:. All CTC:. ) ... ................... ...... ,.,_ _,,,, $1.60 $1 .20 .. -.. -$080 I ---; .. -----'1 .. i 1 i l 1 j i : I i i i $0 : l : ...., .............................. .... 1 .... .......... . ........... --T ---...... ...... t ...... . .,, ... ................. i : l j i j ; j j j $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 FIGURE 13. Operating expenaet per vehic:le mile, 1986 to 1990. 14

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' median value of operating expense per vehicle mile for the coordinated syst em in 1990 was $1.13, the same median value as in 1986. (H the effects of inflation were removed the figure would actually show a decline in system operating expense.) Among rural county cres, the median values of this measure have remained constant over the five-year period. The median values for urban county cres increased from $1.36 t o $1.54, which is equiva l ent to a 3.2 percent annual increase. Accidents Per 100,000 Vehicle Miles. The number of accidents per 100,000 miles is an indicator of syste m safety and service quality. Decreasing values for this measure suggest improving safety performance and quality Accident data were included in the annual repon beginning in 1987, thus the trend analysis is only for the fouryear period from 1987 to 1990 as s h own in Figure 14. S O Median Valu. j ,,! 4.0 3.0 2 0 l { u ..... ere. -....,. ere. J : ; ......... .... ...... . .. ..... .. . ,1 ..... .... .. .. ........ ..... ...... j .. ,, ,,,,_,_ , . l E i . ...... i .... ... ... . , , ..... . . . . . i .. l i ........... _,,,,.,_, ........... .... .... ..... ... , ... .. I ...... 1.0 .................................... .f.. ...................... ........... + ......... ..... . i ' 0.0 +-----+------i----+------4 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 FIGURE 14. A.:c:idenu per 100,000 vehicle aWe., 1986 to 1990 For the coordinated system, the median number of accide n ts per 100,000 miles varied significantly and reached a period high of 1.73 in 1990. The reliability of accident data reponed in the AORs has not been consistent, w h ich m ay partially explain the fluctuation in this measure. Of s i gnifi cance, however, is the relative difference among urban and rural county cres As is to be expected, the accident rate for urban county cres is greater than that for the rural county cres due primarily to higher levels of traffic congestion in urban areas 15

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Vehicle Miles Between R oadcalls. Vehicle miles between roadcalls is a measure of service quality reflecting the effectiveness of vehicle mainte nance programs. I ncreasing values suggest improving performance Factors that affect this measure include vehicle age and type, adherence to scheduled maintenance programs, and vehicle operating environment. Trends in this measu r e are shown in Figure 15. 40,000 30,000 i 1 0 000 ; -" .... . .... ......... '" .... .... . . ,.,_,, ... ........... . . ...... .......... i I 1 986 1987 1 988 1 989 FIGURE 15. Vehicle miles between roadcalla, 1986 to 1 990. The median number of vehicle miles between roadcalls for the coordinat ed system increased from 18 909 vehicle miles in 1986 to 26,794 vehicle miles in 1990, indicating improving performance There is a divergence of trends between rural and urban county CTCs Among urban county coordinators, this measure declined in 1987, i ncreased in 1988, declined in 1989, and increased in 1990. Among rural county coordinators, this measure increased consistently through 1989, and then decreased in 1 990 In general, urban areas are harsher operating environments than rural areas because of more frequent stop-and-go operating conditions. 16

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DET AILED SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS This section of the report presents general information, operating statistics, and performance measures for each local coordinator t hat submitted data in 1990. The reference table be l ow can be used to locate data for eac h county covered by an A OR. ,;, .. h County I'D R e terenc!,;' ? 'f .. County Page County Page Alachua 18 Lak e 64 Bake r 20 Lee 66 Bay 22 Leon nja Brad f ord nja Levy 44 Brevard 24 Uberty 68 Bro ward 26 M ad i son 50 Ca lh oun 2 8 Manatee 70 3 0 M ario n 72 c n rus 32 M artln 74 Clay 34 Monroe 76 Collier 36 N assau 78 Columb i a 38 O k a l oosa 80 Dade 40 Okeechobee 42 DeSoto 4 2 Orange 82 Dix i e 44 Osceola 82 Duval nja Palm Beach 84 Escambia 46 Pasco 86 Aagl e r 48 Pinellas 88 Franklin n/a Polk 90 Ga d sden 50 Putnam 92 Gichrlst 44 St. J o hns 94 G l ades 36 S t. Lucle 96 Gu lf nja san1a Rosa 98 Ham i tton 38 sara sota 100 Hardee 4 2 Seminole 82 Hendry 36 S umter n/a He r nando 52 Suwannee 38 Highlands 4 2 Taylor 50 Hills b orough 54 Unio n 102 Holmes 56 Vol u sia !04 Indian River 58 Wakulla 106 Jack son 60 Wa lton 56 J efferson 50 washi ngton 56 La f ayette 62 n/a = Not appli cable (no 1990 AOR was submitted lor the county) 17

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Coordinated Transportation System of Alachua Servi ce Are a : Al achua County 1990 Operating Data 2711 NW 6th St GalnesvHle, FL 32609 (904) 373-8747 Contact Ms Marton Mark Reporting Period 7/1/89 -6/30/90 SeN ice Type Paratranslt Organization Type Priva t e Nor>-Prol!t 0pera11n g Environment Urban Network Type Comple t e Brokerage Service Alea Popt.datlon Tota l 181,596 TO Cate g ory I 65 ,640 TO Category II 8,535 OFF I CE HOURS Monday-Friday 8 :00 am.5 : 00 p m Sat u rday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedu l e No Office Hours PERSO NNEL FuU-Time Drivers Part-Ti me Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admlnlstratlve Employees Total VEH I CLE INVENTO R Y Average Ag e : 5.1 Yea,. Suti !!ll N u mber 17 0 13 5 0 5.5 0 10 0 48.0 16 2 4 3 0 2.5 0 6.0 29.0 N u mber A9.t ill! 1 1 5 1.20 n IQ1I! Utt-Eg!!ll!l!ed 0-3 Years 2 10 2 0 1 4 8 4-6 Years 2 5 5 0 1 2 7 7 9 Years 1 5 0 0 6 1 10-12 Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 13 + Years 0 1 0 1 2 1 Tota l 5 21 7 1 34 17 1 8

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION J.Ug Expenee Summaty: Labor $71,456 Fringe Benefits 12,597 Services 8,068 Materials and Supplies 4,242 Uti tties 3,550 Casualty and UabUity 8,141 Purchased Transportation 969,210 Other Expenses 27,166 Total $1,104,429 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepts. of Transportation 22,000 Oepts. of HHS and HRS 606,174 Dept of Education (state) 3,142 Dept of Community Affairs 0 Depts of labor 1,110 ACTION Program 10,350 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 45,461 Local Government 315,172 Other-General: Local 107,153 Total $1,110,562 15.00 r-----------, 1:2.00 + ................ ......................................... ........ .. 9.00 + ............................... 6.00 3.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vohide Man per TO Copita $8.00r----------, $6.00+ .... __ $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operodng Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS T Olaf Passenger Trips T Olaf Vehicle Miles Road calls Accidents !!ERFORMAN!:;!i MEAli!!REli Servtce Availability: Vehicle MllesfTD Caplla Ellecttveneu and Efllclency: Passenger TripsjVehlde Mie Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Miles Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 0.30 O.lO 0.10 0.00 1m 152,196 911,579 93 20 Urban J.Ug Ml!IIID 13.89 3.81 0 .17 0 23 $7.26 $7.13 $1.21 $1.54 2.19 2.05 9,802 21,239 42 .4% 34.4% 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 PClSsenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $2.00.-----------, $1.60 -j.................. .. .... ........ 0 $1.20 so.ao $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operoting Expense Per Vehicle Mlle UlbanMeciaa J 19

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Baker County Council on Aging, Inc. Service Area: Baker County 1 .990 Operating Data 101 E Macclenny Ave. Macclenny, FL 32063 (904) 259-2223 GENERAL INFORM ATION Contact Ms. Mason Reporti n g Period 7/1/89 6/31J/90 Service Type Organization Type Private Non Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total TO category 1 TO category 11 OfFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 18,486 5,560 1,934 6 :00 am.-7:00 p.m No Office Hours No OffiCe Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part -Ti me Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 4. 7 Years Sea!IIJII A9! <10 11 1&:20 lli 0-3 Years 0 0 0 0 4-6 Years 3 2 1 0 7-9 Years 0 0 0 0 10 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Toll! I 3 2 1 0 20 Number FTE 2 0 NR 4 0 NR 0 NR 1 .0 NR 0 NR 4.0 NR 11.0 NR Number !211! Lilt-EQuipped 0 0 8 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1

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F I NANC I AL INFORMATION mil Expense S u m ma ry: Labor $55,408 Fringe Benefns 8,490 S8fVICes 7,803 M aterials and Supplies 12,878 Utllhles 885 Casualty and Llab i ity 16,284 Purchased Transportallon 0 Other Expenses 16,936 T ota l $118 ,684 Reve n ue S u mmary: TO Commiss ion $0 Depts ol Transp ortati o n 22.425 Depls of HHS and HRS 73,162 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Alfalrs 0 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Co n tract: Local 23,096 Loca l Govemment 0 Other-General: Local 0 T otal $ 118,683 25.00.-----------, 20.00 +.. ................... ... ........ .... ....... .. 15.00 10.00 5.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Veh i cle Miles per TO Caplta $6.00 +-.. .......... ...................... ............ ................. .. $4.00 +-==-::. $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Opervtlng E>cpen se Per Passenge r T rip SERVICE STATISTICS .!D2 Total Passenger Trips 19,036 Total Vehicle Miles 109,929 Road calls 12 Accidents 6 R ural P ERFORM A NQ.E M EAlj!,! REli MilS! I!!!! SeMce AVIIIIabillty: Vehicle MiesfTO Capita 19.77 17.99 Ellec11ven"' and Efficiency: Passenge r TripsjVehlcle MUe 0 .17 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $6.23 $5.55 Oper. ExpensejVehlcle Mia $1.08 $0.98 Quality: Accldent s /100,000 Veh. Mi les 5 .46 1.47 Veh. M les Between Roadcalls 9,161 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 1 9.5% 16.6% 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger T ri ps per Veh i cle Mile $1.50 ,-----------, $1.20 +.......... $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Ope rv tlng E>cpen se Per Veh i cle Mil e Rl.wal Median J 21

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Bay County Counc il on Aging Inc Service Area: Bay County 199 0 Ope r ating D ata 1 1 16 Frankford Ave. Panama City, FL 32401 GENERAL INFOR M ATIO N Contact Ms. Andrea Marsh Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/90 Selvlce Type Paratransn Organization Type Private Non-Profit Operatlng Env i ronment Urban Service Area Populat ion T otal 126,994 TO Category I 44,172 TO Category II 14 ,221 OF FICE HOURS Monday Friday 8 :00 am. 5 :00 p m. Sat u rday No Office Hours S u nday No Office Hours Hol iday Schedule No Office Hou rs PERS ONN EL FuUTime Drive r s Part -Ti me DrivMS Vol u nteer Drivers M aintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Adm i nistrative Employees T ota l VEHI C L E IN V ENT ORY A verage Age: 2 3 Years SU!i!!A C1111'1W &1.1 ill! 11-15 1&-20 ll!: D-3 Years 3 4 2 5 4-6 Years 2 4 0 0 7-9 Years 1 0 0 0 10 Years 0 0 0 0 13 + Years 0 0 0 0 T ota l 6 8 2 5 22 Number m 13 0 13.8 4. 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1.0 3.0 3 0 6.0 2 7 27. 0 22. 5 N u m w !2!11 Uft-!;gyiRRed 1 4 2 6 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 21 3

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION 1m Expense Summary: Labor $194.068 Fringe Benellts 28 606 Services 1 0,762 Materials and Supplies 81,948 UtRiiles 4,560 Casually and Llablllty 50, 675 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 19 ,746 Total $390,385 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Dopts_ of Transportation 0 Depts. of HHS and HRS 309,7 1 5 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Aflalrs 59, 421 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTlON Program 0 Other Federa l Programs 0 Non-Contract : Local 0 Local Government 7,453 Other-General: Local 54,297 Total $430,888 12.00r---------, 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita $8.00.----------, $6.00 + .. .. --=-C............. 1 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 e_..e Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 112.221 Total Vehic l e M Dos 399,289 Roadcalls 6 Accidents 17 Urban MEAli!!BEll Median Service AYIIiiabDity: Vehicle MHosfTD Capita 9.04 3 81 Effectlven-and Efflclency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle MOe 0.28 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger T rip $3.48 $7. 1 3 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $0.98 $1.54 Quality: Accid e nts/100,000 Veh. M l es 4.26 2 .05 Veh. MHes Between Roadcalls 66,548 21,239 Funding: Local RevenuejOper Expense 1 5 .8% 34.4% 0 .40.-------------, 0.30 0..20 0 .10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $2.00,.----------, $ 1.60 t .......................... _____ ....... 1 $ 1..20 +. ::::::=:::::-.. $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Open>ling E.pense Per Vehicle Mile Uri>an Meclon J 23

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. Space Coast A rea Transit Servi c e Are a : Brev ard County 1990 Ope rating Da ta 2725 St. Johns St, 8230 Melbourne, Fl 32940 (407) 633 -201 9 GE N ERAL I N FOR MATI ON Contact M r Don Lusk Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/90 Service Type Paratransh Organization Type F.R. Transh Operntor Operating Environment Urban Network Type Panial Brokerage Service Area Population Total 398 978 TO Category I 140,139 TO Category II 25,178 QFACE HOURS Monday Fric!ay 8 :00 a.m .5:00 p m Sat u rday No Office Hours Sunday N o Office Hours PERSONNEL F ull-Time Drivers Pan T ime Orive
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION !U!1 Expense Summary: labor $1,076,484 Fringe Benefits 431,076 Services 501,487 Materials and Supplies 288,125 Utilities 43,422 Casually and Liability 55,689 Purchased Transporta tion 920,517 Other Expenses 242,086 Tolal $3, 558,888 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 812,585 Depts. of HHS and HRS 1,092,649 Dept ol Education (state) 0 Dept ol Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 30,000 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 476,475 Local Government 486,782 Other-General: Local 232,343 Tolal $3,130,834 25.00...-------------, 20.00 + .. .. .. -15.00 + ... ........ . . . . . ....... . . .. 10.00 +-5.00 t::=:::::::::::::::: 0.00"----1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle M.1os per TO Capita $4.00 + ............ .......... ...................... .. $2.00 +-....................... ... $0, 00...._ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Possenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS !U!1 Total Passenge< Trips 651,777 Total Vehicle MUes 2,904,858 Roadcalls 137 Accidents 53 Urban PERFORMANCE MEAS!!RES .1W! Median Service Awllabillty: Vehicle MnesfTD Capita 20.73 3.81 Effectlveneu and Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mae 0.22 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $5.46 $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $1.23 $1.54 Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Miles 1.82 2.05 Veh. Mnes Between Roadcalis 21,203 21, 239 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 33. 6% 34.4% 0.30 0.20 0.10 +--.................... 0.00...._ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.60 ........... 1 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Elcpense Per Vehicle Mile Ulban Median J 25

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Broward County Board of County Commissioners Service Area: Broward Co u nty 1 99 0 Operatin g Data 115 S And rews Ave Ft Lauderdale. FL 33301 (305) 357-6799 GENEBALIN FOR MAnON Contact Mr. Ray Bonle Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/00 Selyloe Type Paratransit, Fixed Route Organization Type F.R Transit Operator Operating Environment Urban Network Type Complete Brokerage Service Anea Population Total 1,255 488 TO Category I 471,663 TO Category II 85,629 OFFICE H OURS Monday-Friday 6 : 00 a.m 6:00 p.m. Satu rday N o Office Hours Sunday N o OffiCe Hours Holiday Schedule No Office Hours PERSONNEL Full -nme Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers M aintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admi nistrative Employees TOUII VEH ICLE I NVENTORY Average Age: 2.8 Years l!Ht iDII &1.1 11!1 1 1-15 1!!:20 llt 0-3 Years 27 78 1 13 4-6 Years 12 48 0 2 7-9 Years 0 0 1 0 10 1 2 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 TOUII 311 128 2 1 5 26 Number FTE 93.0 93 0 73 0 25.8 0 0 1 1 .0 9.1 10.0 10.0 45 0 22.9 232. 0 160. 8 Number .!2!1! !,i fiEgyiJlJled 1111 29 63 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 163 35

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fiNANCIAL INFORMATION Expense Summary: Labor $3,787,316 Fringe Benefits 842,291 Sefvices 199,722 Materiels and Supplies 1,211,131 Utiitles 122,858 casuany and LJabilty 805,645 Purchased Transportation 38,780 Other Expenses 1 ,481,037 Total $8,481,780 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 0 Oepts. of HHS and HRS 1,903,130 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 4,660 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 1,481,035 Local Government 5,064,627 Other-General: local 35,328 Total $8,481,780 12.00,..----------, 9.00 + ................................ .................................. .. 6.00 + ................................ ............................... 3.00+ ...... Q.OO.I.-1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita $ 10.00,..-----------, ..... ....... ....................................... .... .... .. $6.00 t-----= ........ $4.00 + .............. $2.00 + ............... .. $0.00-'--1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip (!m Brwanl SERVICE STADSJJCS .1m Total Passenger Trips 927,410 Total Vehlcle MDes 4 ,467,529 Roadcalls 210 AccldenlS 72 Urban PERFORMANC!; M!;!li!.!Biil! .1.ti2 Median Service Availability: Vehlde MiesfTO Capita 9.47 3.81 Effect!-end Passenger TrfpsjVehide MRe 0.21 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $9.15 $7.13 Oper ExpensejVehlcle Mile $1.90 $1.54 Quality: Accidents/100.000 Veh. Miles 1.61 2 05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls 21,274 21,239 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 77.5% 34.4% 0.50,..-----------, 0.40 + ............... 0.30 ,.. ............. .. 0.20 + ....... ...... .. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 PauengerTrfps perVehide Mile n.sor--------------, $2.00 + ............. .................................... ............ .... == $1.50 + .............. .. $1.00 + ............. .. $0.50 + ............. .. $0.00"'---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating &pense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Median ) 27

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Calhoun County Senior Citizens Associat i on Inc. S ervi c e Area : C a lhoun C o unty 1990 Oper ating Data 137 Cayson St Blountslown, FL 32424 (904) 674-4163 GENERA L IN FORMATIO N Contact Ms. Marilyn Russell Reponing Period 1/1/90 12/31/90 Service Type Paratransll Organization Type Private N on-Profit Operating Environment Rural Netwo Years 0 1 0 0 7.g Years 0 0 0 0 10 12 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 3 8 0 0 28 Numbtr FT E 4 0 4 0 3 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 1.0 1.0 3.0 1.2 11 0 7.4 N u mber !211.1 U!!-EgyjDDed 8 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2

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fiNANCIAL INEOAMAIION 1m Expense Summary: Labor $72,91 1 Fringe Benefits 9,178 Services 7 903 Materlals and Supplies 19,155 UtRities 1,337 Casualty and 12,714 Pu rchased Transportation 0 Othe r Expenses 4,976 Total $128, 174 Revenue Summary. TO Commission $0 Depts of Transportation 15,000 Depts. of HHS and HRS 148, 223 Dept of Education (Slate) 0 Dept of Community Affairs 2,703 Depts of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 366 N on-Contract: Local 89 Local Government 0 Other-General : Local 0 Total $166,380 40.00..------------., 30.00 .......... .... .............. ... ... ...... . ........ .............. . 20.00 .................................. ................... 10.00 .... ........ -.:: ... 0.00.1.---1986 1987 1988 198 9 1990 Vehlde Miles per TD Capita $6.00 .................................. ............................ c ...... $4.00 $2.00 + .............. .. $0.00.1,._-1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Opetating Expense Per Passenger Trip (B Calhoun SERVICE STATISTICS 1m T O!al Passenger Trips 20,701 T Olal Veh icle M l es 172.475 Road calls 2 AccidentS 1 R ural l!liBEQBMlltlkli .1m Medlin Service Availab i lity: Vehicle MUesfTD Capita 37 .16 1 7 99 Effectiveneu end EltlciM>cy: Passenger TripsjVehlc!e M i e 0.12 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger T rip $6 .19 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle M il e $0.74 $0.98 Quality: Accldents/100 000 Veh. M iles 0 58 1 47 Veh. M i l es Between Roadcalls 86,238 33,434 Fundi ng: Local R evenue{Oper. Expense 0 1% 16.6% 0.40 + -! 0.30 + == -----! 0.20 ....... . ....... . 0 .10 .................. .. 0 00.1.---1986 1987 198 8 1989 1990 Pa s senge r Trips Vehide Mile $ 1.20.----------., $0.90 +.... $0.60 + .............. ; $0.30 ................. $0.00 .....__----' 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating El
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Charlotte County Transit Section Service Area: CharloHe County 1990 Operating Data 512 E. Grace St. Punta Gorda, FL 33950 (8t3) 575-4000 GENERAL INFORMAI!ON Contact Mr. Richard Weingarten R eport ing Period 10/1/89 9/30/90 Service Type Paratranslt Organization Type Government Operating Environment Urban Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total 110,975 TO Category I 59,484 TO Category II 14,275 OffiCE HOURS Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule No Office Hours PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Tolal YEHICLE INVENTORY Awrage Age: 4.4 Veers :iU!IIIll A9l !!!! 11-15 1&:20 lli 0-3 Years 1 1 2 0 2 0 0 1 7-fJ Years 1 0 1 0 10 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Tolal 4 1 3 1 30 Numbtr 9 0 9 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 13.0 13.0 Number Imll 4 1 3 1 2 1 0 0 0 0 9 3

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Expense Summary: Labor $162.126 Fringe Benefits 63 ,731 Services 49,570 Materlals and Supplies 16.930 Utlltles 1 ,500 Casualty and Liability 25,649 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 44,343 Total $384,84$ Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 55,800 Depts. of HHS and HAS 218 ,159 Dept of EducaUon (state) 22,259 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 63 Local Government 65,844 Other-General: Local 4,709 Total $367,854 2.00 + .............................. .. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERYJC!i STATISTICS rug Total Passenger Trips 44 ,522 Total Vehicle M les 125 494 Roadcalls 11 Accidents 1 Urban I!!;BEQBM/It!CE MEASURES .1HQ Medlin Service Availability: Vehicle M l es(TD Capita 2.11 3.81 Effectiveness and Elficlency: Passenger TripsjVehlcle Mie 0.35 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $8.19 $7.13 Oper ExpensejVehicte M il e $2.91 $1.54 OU811ty: Accldenls/100,000 Veh. Miles 0 80 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcans 11,409 21, 239 Funding: Local RevenuefOper. Expense 19.6% 34.4% 0.30 + ..... ... ...................... 0.20 + .. ................... ........... .. 0.10 +'""""""" ' " 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehlde Mile $3.00 +-.. ............................. """"""""' ' ""' $2.00 +.............................. $1.00 }. .. .::=::::::: $0.00 .J._ __ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Moclan J 31

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Citrus County Board of County Commissioners Service Area : Citrus County 1990 Operating Data 1300 S. Lecanto Highway Lecanto, FL 32661 (904) 746-4844 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Ric hard Cook Reponing Period 10/1/89-9/:JfJ/90 Service Type Organization Type Government Operating Environment Rural NetWOI1< Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 93,515 50.988 13,184 7:00 a.m. 4 :3 0 p.m. No Office Hou111 No Office HOUI1l No Office Hou111 PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Orive111 Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admlnlstratlve Employees Total VEHICLE I NVENTORY AV8f8ge Age: 3.5 YNR Silting Cal!!!!
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FINANC IAL INFQR M ATIQN 1m Expense Summary. Labor $187,888 Fringe Benefits 74,527 SeMces 1,581 Materials and Supplies 43,830 Utl ttles 0 casuaJty and Uabilty 0 Purcl1ased Transportation 0 Othe r Expenses 1 ,118 Total $308, 945 Revenue S ummary. TO Commission so Depts. of Transponatlon 79,903 Depts. of HHS and HRS 120,518 Oept. of Education ( state) 0 Dept of Community Affairs 7,594 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 54.201 Local Government 43, 122 Other-Genera l : Local 0 Total $305,338 20 .00 or----------, 16.00 + .................. ................... .... .......... .... : :/"''-"" 1 12.00 + ............ .......... .... ::;;.,.....0'"'"""""'"""""""""' " '"' 1 8 .00 + .,..,, .. .. ................... ............... ............................ 4.00 0 .00 $10.00 $5.00 $0.00 1986 198 7 1988 1989 1990 Vehicl e Mlleo per 11) Capito 1986' 1987 1988 1989 1990 O perollng Expense P e r Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m T 0181 Passenger Trips 52, 583 Total Vehicle Mies 283,802 Roadcalls 21 5 Rural l!liBFORM!HCE M EAS!IREli 1m M!!I!!D Semce AYiflablllly: Vehicle MRes/TD Capite 5.17 17.99 Effectlve neu and Emclency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mie 0 20 0 .18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $5.88 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle M ile $1. 17 $0.98 QuaiHy: Accldents/100 000 Veh M i les 1.90 1.4 7 Veh. Between Roadcalls 12,56 2 33, 434 Funding: L ocal Revenue/Ope r Expense 31.5% 16.6% 0.50,----------, 33 0.40 + ........ ..................... .. ................. ..................... , .. ..... l 0.30 + ................. ................ .. ...... ..................... .................. i 0.20 + ' " '"" 0 .10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger T rips per Vehicl e Mile $1.60 +....................... ................. ................................. $1.20 $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operollng Expense Per Vehicle Mlle

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. Clay County Council on Aging, Inc. Service Area: Clay County 1990 Operating Data 604 Walnut St. Green Cove Springs, FL 32043 (904) 284-5977 GENERAL INFO RMATION Contact Ms. Sheryt Hartzog Reporting Pe
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION .l.U2 Expense Summary: labor $92,006 Fringe Benefits 28,427 8,582 Materials and Supplies 27,832 2,683 Casualty and Liability 19,100 P u rchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 4,538 Total $183,188 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 1 7,335 Depts. of HHS and HAS 138 000 Dept. of Education (state) 99 Dept. of Commu nity Affairs 0 Depts. of labor 966 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract Local 1,086 Local Government 20,400 Other-General: Local 3,740 Total $181,626 8.00-r----------, 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehlde M11os per TD Capita $8.00 or-----------, $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTIC$ lli2 Total Passenger T rips 38, 055 Total Vehicle M R es 174,944 Roadcalls 1 3 Accidents 3 Urban P!;RFORMAHC!l MEAli!!REli .!DQ Median Service Availability: Vehicle Miles(TO 6.44 3.81 Ellectlven'" and Efltclency: Passenger TrlpsfVehlde M R e 0.22 0.23 Oper Expense/Passenger Trip $4.81 $7.13 Oper Expense/Vehicle Mile $ 1 .05 $ 1 .54 Quality: Acciclents / 100,000 Veh Miles 1.71 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls t 3,457 21,239 Funding: Local Revenue { Oper. Expense 13. 8% 34. 4% 0.30 010 0.1 0 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips .,.... Vehicle MUe $2.00 .....----------, $1.60 t " """"" ""' ' :;?"---.._ ... .. 1 $1.20 $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehlde Mlle Urban Median J 35

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Tri-County Senior Services Service Area: Collier, Glades and Hendry Counties 1990 Operating Data P O Box 2400 LaBelle, FL 33935 (813) 675-1446 GENERAL INFORMADON Contact Ms. Sue Hardy Reporting Period 7/1/89 1 2/31 /89 Service Type F ixed Route Organization Type Private Non-Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total 185,463 TO Category I 81,338 TO Category II 23,239 OFF!CE HOURS Monday-Friday Not Reported Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule PERSONNEL Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunt-Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total YEHICLE INVENTORY Avwage Age: 1 9 Yura !i!l.l!l!!!!l Calll!'t!x All! !!Q 11 1&:20 21+ Q-3 Years 8 7 0 2 4-6 Years 0 2 0 0 7-9 Years 0 1 0 0 10 12 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 TOC.I 8 10 0 2 36 Numblr 2 0 2.0 16. 0 a : o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18.0 10. 0 Number .!2!1! LII!-EgylllJ!ecl 17 NR 2 NR 1 NR 0 NR 0 NR 20 NR

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Suwannee Valley Transit Service Area: Columbia, Hamilton, and Suwannee Counties 1990 Operating Data 1907 St. l,Ne Oak, FL 32060 (904) 363-5332 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. James M Swisher Reponing Period 10/1/89 9/30/90 Service Type Fixed Route Organization Type Government OperaJing Environment Rural Network Type Partial Brokerage Service Area Pop ul ation Total TO category I TO category II OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 80,323 33,140 10.965 5:00a.m. 6 : 00 p.m No Ofllce Hours No Ofllce Hours No Ofllce Hours PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Malntenance Employees Other Operallons Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY A-.ge Age: 8 .8 Yeens liH!I!l!l I
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION m2 SERVICE STATISTICS m2 Expense Sum!Niry: Passeng e r Trips 1 27 ,832 U.bor $220,262 Vehk:!e MDes 278,085 F rin ge Benefits 109,428 Road calls NR Services 40,282 Accidents 2 Melerials and Supplies 64,68 1 UtUnles 1 2 078 Casualty and 80,447 Purchased Transportation 0 Rural Other Expenses 33,268 eEBEQBMAilCE MEASURES Median Total $560,486 Senrice Availability: Revenue SumiNiry: Vehicle M n esjTD Capita 8.39 1 7 .99 TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transponatlon 167.013 Effectlven ... end Efficiency: Depts. of HHS and HAS 202,390 Passenger TripsjVehlcle Mile 0.46 0.18 Dept. of Education (stale) 8,639 Oper. EXpense/Passenger Trip $4 .38 $5.55 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Oper. ExpensejVehlde MRe $2.02 $0.98 Oepts. of Labor 2,823 ACTION Program 0 QuaiHy: Other Federa l Programs 178 Accldents/ 100, 000 Veh. M n es 0.72 1 .47 Non-Contract : Local 83,490 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls NR 33,434 Local Government 72,315 Other-General : Local 23, 618 Funding: Tota l $560,486 Local RevenuejOper. Expense 32.0% 16.6% 20.00 0.50 16.00 0.40 12. 00 0 .30 8 00 0.20 4.00 0.10 0 .00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle MUes per TO Capita Passenger Trip$ per Vehlde Mile $8.00 $2.50 $6.00 $2.00 $1.50 $4.00 $1.00 $2.00 $0. 50 $0.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense p.,. Passenger Trip Operating Expense Per Vehkle Mlle Cma Columbia, Hamilton, Suwon.-Rural Median J 39

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Metro-Dade Transit Agency Service Area: Dade County 1990 Operating Data 111 NW1stSt,910 Miami, FL 33128 (305) 537-3814 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Danny Alvarez Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/90 Service Type Fixed Route Organization Type F.R. Operator Operating Environment Urban Network Type Partial Brokerage Service Area Population Total 1 937 094 TO Category I 689,959 TO Category II 110,603 OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday 6:00am.-12:00 p.m. Saturday 6:00 am.12:00 p.m. Sunday 6:00 am. i2: 00 p.m. Holiday Schedule 6:00a.m. 12:00 p.m. PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 4.3 Veers Ca111;11X ill 11-15 1&:20 lli 0-3 Y ears 80 18 0 0 4-6 Years 54 10 0 0 7 Years 20 5 0 0 10.12 Years 12 4 0 0 13+ Years 5 1 0 0 Total 171 38 0 0 40 Number NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR NR 10.5 NR 10 0 NR NR Number !.Q!I! LIIIE!IIIII!J!ISI 98 57 64 22 25 7 18 5 s 0 20t 91

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BNANC I AL I NFORMAT ION Expense Summary: Labor $521,868 Fringe Benefi1s 259.451 Services 442,585 Materials and Supplies 44,889 UtUitles 20,249 Casualty and Liability 6,630 Purchased T ransportation 9,649,724 Other Expenses 26,105 T ota l $10 971,50 1 R e v en u e Summary: TO Commlsslon $0 Depts. of Transportation 0 Depts. of HHS and HRS o4,045,162 Dept of Education (slate) 0 Dept. of Communtty Affai rs 0 Depts. of labor 0 ACTION P r ogram 0 Othe r Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 726,111 Local Government 6,200,228 Othe r-General: Local 0 T otal $10,971,50 1 1 0.00,..-----------, 8 00 + 6 .00 + -----4 00 2.00 0 00 .J...._ __ 1 98 6 198 7 1 98 8 1 989 1990 Veh icl e Miles per TD Capita $20.0 0,..-----------, $ 1 6 0 0 +--$ 1 2 .00 +-----$ 8 0 0 $4. 0 0 $ 0.0 0 .L._ __ 1 986 1 9 8 7 1 98 8 1989 199 0 O perallng Expense Per Pas senger T ri p (B Dade SEBV I CE STATISTICS Tolal Passenger Trips 666,332 T 01a1 Vehicle MUes 6 233 567 Road calls 25 Accldenls 51 Urban MliiiS!lBiiS Service Avallablllty: Vehicle Mies{TD C&plta 9 .03 3.8 1 Effect i veness and Eff i c ien cy: Passe nger Trips/Vehicle MUe 0.11 0.23 Oper Expense/Passenger Trip $16 47 $7.13 Qper Expense/Vehicle Mil e $1.76 $1.54 Quality: Accl!lents /100,000 Veh Miles 0.82 2.05 Veh. MDes Between Roadcalls 249,343 21,239 Fund i ng: Local Revenuef Oper. Expense 61.0% 34.4% 0.40.----------, 0.30 -0.20 0. I 0 +-------0 00 .._ _ _ 1 986 1 987 1988 1989 1 990 Passenger T rips per Vohlcle Mile $2.00,..----------, $1.60 + .. :: $1. 2 0 .j. . . : =:::::::. . $ 0.80 +------$0.40 + ---$ 0.00 ..___ __ 1 986 1 987 19 8 8 1 989 1 990 Operating E>cpense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Median J 41

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Central Florida Regional Planning Council Service A rea: DeSoto Hardee Highl ands, and Okeechob ee C ountie s 1990 Operat ing Data 490 E. Davidson St. Bartow, FL 33830 (813) 534-7130 GENERAL INFORMATION C001act Ms Marcia Staszl
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Expense Summery: Labor $30,643 Fringe Benefits 10,432 Services 5,234 Materials and Supplies 570 Utilttles 226 Casualty and Liability 0 Purchased Transportation 889,314 Other Expenses 46,210 Tot.l $1182,829 Revenue Summery: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 112,171 Depts. of HHS and HRS 799,960 Dept of Education (stale) 12,321 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 10,912 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 0 Local Government 43,936 Other-General: Local 3,329 Total $N2,629 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capito $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STADSDCS Total Passenger Trips 246,670 Total Vehicle Mlles 1,938,854 Roadcalls 15 Accidents 12 Rural PERFORMAN!;;!i MEAS!,!RES .1tiQ Media!! Service Availability: Vehicle MResfTD Capila 26.65 17.99 Effec:tl- end Efficiency: Passenger TrlpsfVehicle MUe 0.13 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $3.98 $5.55 Oper ExpensejVehicfe M i e $0.51 $0.98 Qua l ity: Accidents/100.000 Veh. Miles 0.62 1.47 Veh. MUes Between Roadcalls 1 29.257 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 4.8% 16.6% 0.50.------------, 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.20.--------------, $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile O_II __ __ __ 43

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Tri-County Council for Senior Citizens, Inc. Service Area: Dixie, Gilchrist, and Levy Counties 1990 Operating Data P.O. Box 1037 Chiefland. FL 32626 (904) 493-7546 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Ms. Ellen Baler Reporting Period 1/1/00-12/31/00 Service Type Paratranslt Organization Type Private Non-Profit OperatJng Environment Rural Network Type Partial Service Area Population Total TO Category I TO Category II 46,175 20,509 6,513 OFFICE HOURS PERSONNEL Number FTE Monday-Friday a:oo a.m.4:30 p.m Full-Time Drivers 2.0 2.0 Saturday No Office Hours Part-Time Drivers 1.0 1.0 Sunday No Office Hours Volunteer Drivers 0 0 Holiday Schedule No Office Hours Maintenance Employees 0 0 Other Operations Employees 0 0 Administrative Employees 5.0 1.0 Total 8.0 4.0 YEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age : 2.7 YellS liHtiDII kllll"!tx Number A9! ill! 11 1.20 2.1. !211! Uft-jigylgged 0 2 0 0 2 I 4-6 Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 UJYears 0 1 0 0 1 0 10-12 Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 Total 0 3 0 0 3 1 44

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Expense Summary: labor $30,609 Fringe Benefits 7 ,481 Se!VIces 4,898 Malatials and Supplies 11, 608 UtHitles 313 Casualty and Uabllity 5 683 P u rchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 9,124 Total $69,718 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 18, 664 Depts. of HHS and HRS 36,444 Dept of Education (Slate) 371 Dept of Community 0 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTI ON Program 0 Other F ederal P r ograms 0 Non-Contract: Local 5, 122 Local Government 0 Other-General: Local 1,311 Total $61,912 20.00.----------16.00 +. ........................................ ............. ........... 12.00 +-" " '"""'""" "'?,..,..,_::.. ............................ ... 1 8.00 +--yC............................................... ........ 1 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 .1990 Vehide Miles per TO Capita 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating E>pense Per Vehicle Mile O __ __ __ -__ RuraJ_Medion_ ___ ) 45

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Comsis Corporation Service Area: Escamb i a County 1990 Operating D ata 150 E Olive Rd. FL 32514 (904) 4647770 GEN E RA L I NFQR MATlON Contact M r leslie B Solbefg Reporting Period 9/4/90-12/31/90 SII!VIce Type Paratransh O r ganlultlon Type Private For Profit Operating E nvironment Urban Networ1< Type Complete Brokerage SOfVIce A rea Popula t i o n T otal 262,798 TO category I 92 ,702 TO Ca t egory II 14,027 OFFICE HOUBS Monday Friday 8:00 a m 5 :00 p m. Saturday N o Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule No Olllce Hours P ERSONNE L FuH-Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Voluntee r Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Adml n istralive Employees T ota l VE HI CLE INVENTOR Y A verage Age: 5.8 Years &eatl!lll Cil!lcltv ARt ill! 11-1 5 !f.20 21+ Years 0 2 0 0 0 2 6 0 7 9 Years 3 1 1 0 1 0-12 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Veers 0 0 0 0 Tota l 3 5 7 0 46 N u mber 28 0 NR 8.0 N R 0 NR 0 NR 0 NR 7.0 N R 43. 0 NR Number !2!1! Uft-Egylgoed 2 0 8 8 5 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 10

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION m!! Expense Summary: Labor $90,931 Fringe Benefits 5,595 SeMces 0 Materials and Supplies 7,501 Utilities 9,856 Casualty and Uablity 0 Purchasad Transportation 446,833 Other Expenses 11,310 TOial $572,026 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $51,075 Depts. of Transportation 38,359 Depts. ol HHS and HAS 448,093 Dept of Education (stale) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts of labor 30,016 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 1,022 Non-Contract: Local 13,204 Local Government 8,512 Other-General: Local 0 Total $590,281 5.00,------------., 4.00 + .................... . . 2.00 1.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TD Capito $12.00 $9.00 $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 51,682 Total Vehicle MKes 353.233 Road calls 14 Accldenls 11 Urban !Hl! MISIII!l S4lfVice Availability: Vehicle Miles/TO Capita 3.81 3.61 Elfectlwnea nd Elflclency: Passenger TripsjVehlcle MDe 0 .15 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $11.07 $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $1.62 $1.54 au.rrty: Accidents/100,000 Veh. Miles 3 .11 2.05 Veil. MDes Between Roadcalls 25,231 21,239 Funding: Local Expense 3.8% 34 .4% 0.40.------------. 0.30 + ........ .... " .......... .................. ... '"'' ' "' ..j 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehide Mile $2.00.-----:------, $1.60 + ......... $1.20 $0.80 $0AO $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Openrting Expense Per Vehlde Mile Urilclt Medlol J 47

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Flagler County Council on Aging & Community Services, Inc. Service Area: Flagler County 1990 Operating Data 1000 Belle Terre BlVd. Palm Coast FL 32137 (904) 437 GENEBALINFQBMATION Contact Mr. James F. Hams Reportlng Period 1/1/90 12/31/90 Service Type Paratransn Organization Type Private Non-Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Tolal TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 28,701 14,730 4 ,008 8:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m No Office Hours No Office HOU1$ No Office Hours PERSONNEL Full Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunt-Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees loCal VEHICLE INYENTQRY Average Age: 3.5 Yrs S..!I!!Q !::llll'!!x Numb9r 0 11.0 7 0 1 0 2.0 11. 0 32.0 FTE 0 7.0 0.4 0.8 1 6 3 2 13.0 Number All! ill! 1 1-15 1&=20 21+ Il!!ll Uft..gyiQDed 0-3 Years 1 1 2 1 5 2 4-6 Years 2 1 0 2 5 0 7 9 Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 Years 0 0 1 0 1 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 loCal 3 2 3 3 11 2 48

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Expense Summary: labor $142,231 Fringe Benefits 22,608 Services 36.236 Ma18rlals and Supplies 23,043 Utilnles 3,053 Casualty and Llabiity 32,702 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 8,622 Total $268,496 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepts. of Transportation 14,655 Depts. of HHS and HRS 150,537 Dept. of Educatlon (slale) 0 Dept. ol Community Affairs 2,141 Oepts. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 31,009 Local Government 34 ,728 Other-General: Local 35,425 Total $268,496 20.00 ,.---------...., 16.00 12.00 8.00 4.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita sa.oo ..------------------, $6.00 +--:::--$4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating E>cpense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Tolal Passenger Trips 46,010 Total Vehlcfe MOos 238.706 Ro8dcalls 30 Accidents 0 Rural 1m Med ian Service Aveilablllty: Vehlcfe Mies{TD Capita 16.21 17. 99 Effectiveness and Efficiency: Passenger TripsjVehlcfe Mile 0.19 0.18 Oper Expense/Passenger Trip $5.84 $5 .55 Oper. ExpensejVehlcle M i e $1.12 $0.98 Quality: Accldents/100 ,000 Veh. M ies 0 1.47 Veh. Mies Between Roadcalls 7,957 33,434 Funding: Local Revenue{Oper Expense 37 .7% 16.6% 0 .40 +---j 0.30 + -j 0.20 f... . : :::=::= 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenget"Trips per Vehicle Mile ,------------, $1.20 +------1 $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 i988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Rwd Median J 49

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Big Bend Transit, Inc. Service Area: Gadsden, Jefferson, Madison, and Taylor Counties 1990 Operating Data P.O Box 1721 Tallahassee, FL 32302 (904) 222-4160 Contact Mr. Edward B. Waters Reporting Period 10/1/89-9/30/90 Service Type Paratransh, FIXed Route Organization Type Private Non-Profit Operating Environment Aural Network Type Sole Provider Service Alea Population Total TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 86,081 39,119 13,874 6:00 a.m 6:00 p.m. 7:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL FuU-Timo Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administratlve Employees Total VEHICLE INVE!!IQRY Average Age: 5 4 Yeano ljea1i!!ll All! 11-15 18=20 n. 0-3 Years 9 0 0 0 4.0 Years 4 23 0 1 7-9 Years 4 0 0 1 10-12 Years 3 2 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 2 Total 20 25 0 4 50 Number FTE 20.0 20.0 9.0 4.5 0 0 5 0 5.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.5 44.0 38.0 Number Iml UI!-Eguii!J:Ied 9 9 28 4 5 4 5 3 2 0 49 20

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FINANS:IAL INFQRMAllON Expenoe Summary: Labor Fringe Benellts Servk:es Materials and Supplies Utlltles Casually and Liability Purchased Transportation Other EXpenses Total Revenue Summary: TO Commlsslon Depts. of Transportation Depts. of HH$ and HRS Dept. of Education (state) Dept of Community Affairs Depts. of Labor ACTION Program Other Federal Programs Non-Contract: local Local Government Other-General: local Total 20.00 10.00 0.00 .1m $524,775 208,885 73,874 199,789 24,788 95,158 0 234,094 $1,361,383 $0 157,413 853,439 3 868 0 24.074 0 0 209,664 0 149,203 $1,397 661 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capito $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Op.ratlng Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STA llSllCS l!!!! TOial Passenger Trips 276,798 T Olaf Vehicle MUes 1,389,018 RoadcaUs 85 Accidents 22 Rural !!llBEQBMAN!:t.ll Median Service Availability: Vehicle Maes,ITD Capita 35.51 17.99 ElfectlwneN and Efficiency: Passenger TripsjVehlcle MOe 0.20 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $4.92 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $0.98 $0.98 Quality: Accidents/100.000 Veh. MRes 1.58 1 .47 Veh. Miles Between RoadcaJ!s 16,34 1 33.434 Funding: local Revenue/Ope<. Expense 26.4% 16.6% 0 .40 +----1 0.30 +-.. .... 0.20 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Yehide Mile $1.50 .-----------. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Op.ratlng Expense Per Vehicle Mile __ Gadsdon._.w_._Jelfonon. __ Modison __ _ _ _ Rimii __ Medioii _____ __ 51

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Mid-Florida Community Services, Inc. S ervi ce Area : Hern ando County 1990 Operating D ata 820 Kennedy Blvd. Brooksville Fl 34601 (904) 799-1510 GE N ERAL INF O RM ATIO N Contact Reportlng Pefiod Type Organization Type Operating Environment Netwotk Type Service Area Population M r W. W. Klar1< 7/1/89Paratranstt Private NonProfit Rural Sole Provider Total 101,11 5 TO Category I 5 4 ,448 TO Cat egory II 14,087 O FFICE H OU RS Monday Friday 8:30 a m 5 : 00 p.m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedu l e No Office Hours PE RSONNEL Full-Time Drivers PartTime Drivers Volunteer Drive r s Maintenance Employees Other Opera t ions Employees Administrative Employees Total VE H ICLE INVENTORY A verage Age: 1.8 Veers l!Htl!!ll S! 1.1!! 11-15 1&=20 lli 0-3 Years 2 5 0 1 4-0 Years 0 0 0 0 7-9 Years 0 0 0 0 10 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 2 5 0 1 52 Numbe! 6 0 NR 0 NR 0 N R 0 NR 0 NR 2 0 NR 8 0 NR Number !2!1! 8 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 4

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!!!!! Expense Summary: I.Jlbor $87,895 Fringe Benefits 26,914 Services 0 Mate
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Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners Service Area: Hillsborough County 1990 Operating Data 2103 N. Rome Ave. Tampa, FL 33607 (813) 272-5074 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Ms. Sidney Moss Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/00 Se
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FINANCIAL INFOBMATJON 1m Expense Summary: Labor $725,027 Fringe Benefits 280,655 Services 75,468 Materials and Supplies 148,495 Utilities 8,589 casualty and Liability 61,860 Purchased Transponatlon 28,982 Other Expenses 150,787 Total $1,479,861 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 1,203 Depts of HHS and HRS 535,081 Dept. of Education (Slate) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 351,432 Depts. of labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 8,310 Non-Contract Local 7,5t1 Local Government 576.324 Other-General: Local 0 Total $1,479,881 2.00 1.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TD Capita $10.00 $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATlSTlCS 1m Total Passenger Trips 180,478 Total Vehicle Mles 801,648 Roadcalls 60 Accidents 7 Urban !!E!!FO!!MAt!CE MEASUBES 1m Median SetVIce Availability: Vehicle MResfTD Capita 2.93 3.81 Elfeetlwneu end Efftclency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mne 0.23 0.23 Oper. ExpensejPassenger Trip $8.20 $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mie $1.85 $1.54 Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Miles 0.87 2 .05 Veh. Between Roadcalls 13,361 21,239 Fund ing: Local RevenuejOper Expense 39.5% 34.4% .................................... ............................................. 0.20 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle MlJe $2.00 r------------, $1.60 ............... .. $1.20 $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Median J 55

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Tri County Community Council Inc. Serv ice Area: Holmes Walton a n d Washingt o n Co u ntie s 1990 Ope ra ti n g D a t a 301 N. Oklahoma St. Bonifay, FL 32425 (904) 547-3688 GENERAL I N FORMATION Contact Ms. Bettie L Slay Report ing Period 10/1/89-9/30/00 Se
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION 1l!i!! Expense Labor $330.661 Fr1nge Benellts 74,115 Services 68,900 Materials aro:l Supplies 131,430 Utllltles 10,306 Casualty aro:l Uabl111y 39.027 Purchased Transpo
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Indian River County Council on Aging, Inc Se rvic e Area : Indian River County 1 990 Operating D a ta 694 14th St Vero Beach FL 32960 (407) 569-a760 GENERA L I N FORMATIO N Contact Ms Artene S. Aetcher Reporting Period 1/1/91J-12/31/91J Service Type Organization Type Prillate Non Profit Operating Environment Urban Netwo
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FINANCIAL INFQRMADON Expense Summary. Labor $258,217 Fringe Benefits 69,773 Services 10,317 Materials and Supplies 69,835 UtHitles 16,169 Casualty and Llabii1y 3 1 ,752 Purchased Transpot1allon 5,014 Other Expenses 20,187 Total $481,264 Revenue Summary. TO Commission $16,004 Oepts. of T ransportation 53,700 Depts. of HHS and HAS 141 ,970 Dept of Education (Slate) 0 Dept. of Communl1y Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 928 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 32,150 Local Government 1 12,000 Other-General : Local 1 07,904 Total $484,6!56 20.00.-------------, 10.00 + 5.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TD Capita $15.00.----------, $12.00 + -.. "" .. $9.00 + --$6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expen .. Per Passenger Trip SERY!CE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 78,965 Total Vehicle M l es 634.317 Roaacalls 14 Accldents 1 Urban I!EBEORMAHCE MEASURES 1ti!! Median Service AV11ilablllty: Vehicle Mnes{TD Capita 14 52 3.81 Elfectlvenen and Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mle 0.12 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $6.09 $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $0.76 $1.54 Quality: Acclden1s f 1oo ooo Veh Miles 0.16 2.05 Veh. Mnes Between Roadcalls 45 ,308 21,239 Funding: Local RevenuefOper Expense 52 4% 34.4% 0 .40.----------, 0.30 t=:::=======0.20 0 .10 o.oo $1.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trip$ per Vehk:le Mile 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Median J 59

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Jackson County Transportation Service Area: Jackson County 1990 Operating Data 2966A S. Pennsylllanla Ave. Marianna, FL 32446 (904) 482-7433 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Roy C. Bllghton Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/00 Service Type Organizatloo Type Prlvale Non-Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Aree Population Total TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 41,375 17,509 5,826 8:00 am. 4:00 p.m. No Office Hours No Olflce Hours No Olflce Hours PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Aventge Age: 2.3 Years SH!l!!ll &II 1115 1&:20 .2.1 0-3 Years 10 13 0 0 4-6 Years 0 2 0 0 7-9 Years 0 0 0 0 10-12 Years 1 0 0 0 13+ Years 1 0 0 0 Total 12 15 0 0 60 Number FTE 1.0 1.0 25.0 19.0 0 0 3.0 2.5 0 0 11.0 7.0 40.0 29.5 Number utt-E!I!!il!oed 23 5 2 1 0 0 1 0 1 0 27 6

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION .!D!!! Expenu Summary: Labor $295,739 Fringe Benellts 58,364 Services 81,280 Materials and Suppl ies 158.154 UtUIIIes 6,193 Casualty and Llabiity 48,9 7 1 Purchased Transportallon 0 Other Expenses 66,627 Total $715,327 Revenue Summary: TO Commlsslon $0 Depls of T ran sportation 32,000 Depts. of HHS and HRS 662,206 Dept. of Education (Slate) 0 Dept. of Community Affslrs 0 Oepts. of Labor 0 ACTlON Program 0 Other Federal Programs 103 Non-Contract: Local 90,769 local Government 0 Other-General: local 0 Total $785,0711 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Cop ito $10.00.------------, $8.00 +' """"" """'""" """"' '""' '""" '""'""" $6.00 + ... .. ......................... : ................. $2.00 + ............................. .. .. $0.00.1.-1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operattng Expense Per Passenger Trip .!D!!! TOial Passenger T rips 83,072 TOial V e hicle Miles 839.795 Road caRs 10 Accidents 2 Rural P!iBFQBMAH!
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Suwannee River Economic Council, Inc. Service Area: Lafayette County 1990 Operating Data P .O. Box 70 Uve Oak FL 32060 (904) 362-4115 GENERAL INFORMATiQN Contact Mr. Jeff Rush Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/00 Service Type Paratransn Organization Type Private Operating Envlronmem Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total TO Category I TO category 11 OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Sohedule 5,578 2,055 711 6:00 am.7 : 00 p .m No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL FuR-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volumeer Drive rs Malmenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admlnls1rat1Ve Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 4.5 Years lilllllllll C.lllellv !AI 112 11-15 16=20 n 0-3 Years 0 0 0 1 4-6 Years 0 2 0 0 7-9 Years 0 0 0 0 1o-12 Years 0 1 0 0 13 + Years 0 0 0 0 Total 0 3 0 1 62 Number 2.0 2.0 1.0 0.5 0 0 0 0 1 0 0.1 2 0 0.1 8.0 2.7 Number Lltt-liiiiiiiiDed 1 1 2 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 3

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m!! Expense Summary: Labor $26 737 Fringe Benefits 8,146 Services 2 ,066 Materials and Supplies 10,999 UtDitles 644 Casualty and UabDity 17,474 Purchased TransportaHon 0 Other Expenses 2,953 Total $69,019 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepls. of Transportation 14,000 Oepls. of HHS and HAS 45,070 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 933 Oepls. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Olher Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 10,418 Local Government 0 Other-General: Local 0 Total $70,421 40.00 +. .......... .. 30.00 20.00 10.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehide Miles pet' TO Capita $20.00.----------. $16.00 .............................................. .. $12.00 $8.00 $4.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 OpetQ!Ing E>pense p.,. Passenge r Trip :iERVIC&; STATI:iTICli m!! T Olal Passenger Trips 4,454 Total Vehicle Mnes 86.030 Roadcalls NR Accidents 0 Rural f!ERFORMANQE Mll.!!la!! Service Availability: Vehicle MResfTO Capita 41.86 17.99 Effec:tlveneu and Efllelency: Passenger TripsfVehlcle Mile 0 05 0.18 ExpensejPassengerTrip $15 50 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle MRe $0.80 $0. 98 Quality: Accidents/100.000 Veh. M i es 0 1.47 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls NR 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper Expense 15. 1% 16.6% 0.40 ;............ .... .... ........................................... ,. ................. ............. ......... ..................................................... ... ... j 0.10 t--: ................ ....................................................... j 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 P<1ssenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.20.------------------, $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehide Mile rt-f Median J 63

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Lake Sumter Mental Health Center and Hospital Service Area: Lake County 1990 Operating Data P.O. Box 491000 Leesburg FL 34739 (904) 360-6618 GENERAL INFORMADON Contact Ms. Joyce Wellman Devitt Repoltlng Period 7/1/89 SeMce Type ParatransH OrganiZation Type Prlvale Operating Env l ronrnenr Rural Nerwork Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total 152,104 TO Category I 75,803 TO Category II 20, 320 OFFICE HOURS PERSONNEL Monday-friday 6:00 a.m. 6 : 00 p.m. Full-Time Drivers Sa1Urday No Office Hours Part-Time Drivers Sunday No Office Hours Volunteer Drivers Holiday Schedule No Office Hours Maintenance Employees Otiher Operations Employees Adminlstratille Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 3.4 Yeel'll Seetlna !
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION m!! Expen" Summary: Labor $338,259 Fringe Benefits 50,738 StlfVIces 31, 228 Materials and Supplies 69,150 3,995 Casualty and LiabUity 62,390 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 71,019 Total $626,779 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depls. of Transportallon 133,200 Depls. of HHS and HRS 294,757 Dept. of Education (Slate) 15,609 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 40 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract : Local 27,653 Local Government 0 Other-General: Local 155,520 Total $826,779 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Copito sa.oo .-------------------, $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m TOial Passenger Trips 135,330 TOial Vehicle M l es 757.324 Roadcalls 30 Accidents 9 Rural !!!;BFORMl\N!;;E MEAli!.!REli 1m Mgg!!!D Service A VI lia bility: Vehicle MUesfTD Capita 9.99 17.99 Ellec1lvene .. and Elllclancy: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mile 0.18 0.18 Oper ExpensejPassengerTrip $4.63 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle M i e $0.83 $0.98 Quality: Accidenls/100,000 Veh. MDes 1.19 1.47 Veh. MUes Between Roadcails 25,244 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 29.2% 16.6% 0.40 + ........ . . ........................... 0.30 + ..... . .... ....................... ........................... . ....... 0.20 f. . . :==,__-0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.20.,.-------------------, $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Rlual Median J 65

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Good Wheels Inc. Service A r e a: Lee County 1990 Operating Data 794t M e r canti l e St. N. Ft. Myers, FL 339t7 (8t3) 73t-3000 GENE RAL I N FO R MATIO N Contact Ms Deloris J Sheridan Reponing Period 7/1/89 6/':Ml/90 Service Type O r ganization Type P r ivate Non Proflt Operating Environment Urban Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population T ota l 335,tt3 TO Category I t50, 246 TO Category II 26,334 OFF I CE HOU R S Monday-Friday 6 :00a.m 6 :00p. m Saturday N o Office Hours Sunday N o Office Hours Holiday Sched ul e N o Office Hours PERSO NN EL Full-Time Drillers Part-Time Drillers Voluntee r Drillers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employee s T01al VE H IC LE INVENT O RY A,.,..ge Ag e: 4 5 Y ears llaatll!ll c 1 a ;l!x w UQ 1 1-1 5 1&:20 lli Cl-3 Years t 5 0 t 4-6 Years 2 2 3 0 7.13 Years 0 0 0 0 tOt2 Years 0 0 0 3 t3+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 3 7 3 4 66 Number m 20 0 NA t O NR 0 N R t.O NR 4 0 NR t.O NR 2 7.0 NR N umber Iml.l UIHii!lll il! l!ed 7 6 7 7 0 0 3 0 0 0 17 t3

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION !U!! Expense Summary: Labor $236,541 Fringe Benefils 64,972 58/VIces 21,200 Materials a nd Supplies 1 11,079 19,000 Casually and Uab i ity 34,800 Purchased Transportation 17,000 Other Expenses 52.694 Total $557,286 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depls. of Transpona1lon 0 DeptS. of HHS and HAS 524,000 Depl of Educa1ion (stare) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Dep!S. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Oth er Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 15,000 Local Govemmem :J9,000 Other-General : Local 39,900 Total $608 ,900 2.00 + .. .......................... .. 1.00 + .............................. .. o.ooL---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TD Co plio $8 .00,.-----------, $6.00 +----""'""""'"-:::::: . ....... j $4.00 .j. ... ........... ............ .... .. ....... ... .. $2.00 .j. ............ .... . .. .......... .... ...... .... .. . $0.00 ____ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Pe r Passenger T rip SERVICE STATISTICS !U!! Total Passenger Tripe 117,150 Total Vehicle Mlles 390,250 Roadcalls NR Accidents NR Urban PliBEQRMAN!:;E MEAS!!BElii Median Service Availability: Vehlcle Mges[TD Caplla 2.60 3.81 Effectiveness nd EffiCiency: Passenger Tripe/Ve h icle MUe 0.30 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $4.76 $7.13 Oper Expense/Vehicle Mae $1.43 $1.54 Qu.llty: Accidents/100 ,000 Veh. Mies NR 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls NR 21,239 Funding: Local Revenue /Oper. Expense 15.2% 34.4% 0 .50.-----------, 0 40 + .................................. 0.30 0.20 0 .10 +-o .ooL---1 986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger T rip s per Vehide Mile $2.00,.----------, $1 .60 $1.20 $0.80 + ........... .......... .............. ....... .... $0.40 + .. -$0.00 .L_ ____ 1 986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile -Lee------U-rix1-n -Mecli-.a-n J 67

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Uberty County Transit Service Area: Liberty County 1990 Operating Data P.O. Box 730 Bristol, FL 32321 (904) 643-2524 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Ms. Brenda G. Clay Reporting Period 10/1/89-9/30/90 Service Type Paratransll, Fixed Route Organization Type Private For-Proftt Operating Environment Rural Networi< Type Sole Provider SeJVice Area Population Total TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 5 569 2 ,128 732 8 : 00 a m.5 :00 p m No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL Fuii-Tlme Drivers Part Time Drivers Volumeer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 2.8 Years SUI!Illl !
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ANANCIAL I NFORMATION .!11!1 Expense SummaJY : U.bor $69,142 Fringe B e nefits 14,982 Services 1 0,044 Materials aoo Supplies 1 4 698 U1i itles 2,3S9 Casualty aoo Uabllity 10,420 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 7,886 Total $129, 561 Reven u e Summ8JY : TO Commission $0 Dep ts. of Transportation 20,160 Depts. of HHS aoo HAS 74,9 1 6 Dept of Education (state ) 1 099 Dept of Community Affairs 5,270 Depts. of Labor 0 ACTION P rogram 219 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract : Loca l 0 Local Government 0 Other-General : Local 32,794 Tota l $134,460 100.00....------------, 80.00 + .............. ..................... ..... ... . .... ... ...... ......... ==-1 60.00 + ..... ...................... .. .. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Cap ito $ 10.00.----------, $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operotlng Expense Per Pa s senge r Trip S ERV ICE STATISTICS .ljjg TOial Passenger Trips 22,272 T Olal Vehicle M iles 159,135 Road calls 0 Accidents 0 Rural P!;R F O R MANQE MEAS!.!REli Mill lin Service Availabil ity: Vehicle MResfTD Capna 74.76 17.99 Elf...u-a ond Efficiency: Passenger T rips/Vehicle Mne 0.14 0.16 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $5.62 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle MRe $0.61 $0.98 Quality: Acclden ts/1 00 000 Veh M ies 0 1.4 7 Veh M iles Between Roadcalls 0 33,434 F unding: Local Revenue/Oper. Expense 25.3% 16.6% 0.50.----------, 0 .40 + . ....... ....... ....... . ..... ...... ....... . . ................ ........... 0.30 + ............... . ................ ......... ...... ... .......... .... . . 0 .10 0.00 $ 1.50 $ 1.20 $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operoti n g Expense Per Vehicle Mile Rural ModiGn J 69

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Manatee County Communit y Services Department Se rv ice Are a : M a natee Coun ty 1990 Oper atin g D a t a P O Box 1000 Bradenton, FL 34206 (813) 749-3030 GE N ERA L INFOR M ATION Contact M s. Mary Const lner Reporting Period 10/1/89 9/30/00 SeMoe Type Paratranstt Fixed Rou1e Organization Type F .R. Transn Operator Operating U rban Network Type P811ial Brokerage Service Area Population T otal 211,707 TO category I 1 00 327 TO Category II 17,593 OfFICE HO URS Monday Friday 6 : 00 a m. 8:00 p.m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule N o Office Hours PERSON N EL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time D riv ers Volunteer Drivers Maintena n ce Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees T otal VE H ICLE INVENTORY A verage Age: &.6 Years li!!@! lng & ill! 11 5 1&:20 21+ 0-3 Years 0 5 0 0 4-6 Years 2 5 1 3 7-9 Years 0 0 2 11 10-12 Years 2 0 0 4 13 + Years 0 0 0 0 T ota l 4 1 0 3 1 8 70 Number ETE 15.0 15 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 3.5 3.5 5 0 5.0 26.5 26. 5 N u mber Imll 5 5 11 11 1 3 4 8 1 0 0 35 2 1

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F!HANCIAL INFORMATION .1m Expense Summary: labor $384,294 Fringe Benefits 116,123 SeMces 247,284 Materials and Supplies 62,814 3,260 Casualty and Liability 2,626 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 31,706 Total $848,107 Revenue Summary: TO CommissJon $0 Oepts. of Transportation 200,977 Depls. of HHS and HRS 251,615 Dept of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Dep!S. of labor 96,803 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Local 25,146 Local Government 273,566 Other-General: Local 144,110 Total $992,217 19U 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles perTD Capita $6.00 + ---=-$4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Exp.nse Pw Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS .ln!! TOial Passenger Trips 121,056 T Olaf Vehicle Miles 324,627 Roadcalls 49 Accidents 5 Urban I!EBEOBMAHCE ME.!SI!B!.iS Median Service Availability: Vehicle MllesfTO 3.24 3.81 EHectlven-nd Efficiency: Passenger TripsjVehlcle Mne 0.37 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $7.01 $7.13 Oper. ExpensejVehk:le Mile $2.61 $1.54 Quality: Acclden1S/100,000 Veh. Miles 1.54 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls 6.625 21,239 Funding: Local RevenuefOper. Expense 52.2% 34.4% 0.40 0.20 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenge< Trips per Vehicle Mfie $2.00 $1.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Mecion J 71

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Mar ion County Senior Services S erv i ce Are a: Mar i on Cou nty 1 990 Ope r ating D a t a t644 N .E. 22nd Ave Ocala, F L 32670 (904) 6222450 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Harold Besley Reporti n g Period t jt /00 -t2/3t /00 SeNice Type Paratra nsil Organization Type Private Non-Prol11 Operat ing E nvironment Rura l NeiWOrk Type Sole PrOIIider SeMca Aree P o pulation Total 1 94 833 TO Category I 92,173 TO Category II 26 889 O F F ICE HOURS Monday-Friday 8 :00 a m 5:00 p m. Saturday No Office H ours Sunday N o Office H ours H Oliday Schedu l e No Office Hours PERSON NEL EuU-Ti me Driver s PartT ime Drivers VOlu nteer Driv e rs Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees To'-I YEHICLE I NVEN TORY A Y8f1198 Age: 1. 5 Yeel'8 !iH11D!I l!u tl-15 1&:20 ll. 0-3 Years 7 8 0 0 4-6 Years 0 0 0 0 7 9 Years 0 0 0 0 tOt2 Years 0 0 0 0 t3+ Years 0 0 0 0 TOC.I 7 8 0 0 72 Number FTE 12 0 t 2 0 2.0 1.0 0 0 0 0 4 0 2 5 6.0 2.5 24.0 t8.0 Number Iml! Uft-Esnliooed t5 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 4

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FINANCIAL INFQRMATION Expenae Summary: lAbor $196,867 Fringe Benefits 68 347 SeNices 25,984 Ma terials and Supplies 46,714 Utilities 2 017 Casualty and Uab i ity 33 ,532 Purchased T ransportation 0 Other Expenses 7,733 Total $381,194 Revenue Summary: TO Commission so Depls. of Transportatlon 67,210 Depls. of HHS and HRS 310,206 Dept. of Education (Slate) 8 ,844 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 1 ,104 Local Government 0 Other-General: Local 0 Total $387 384 20.00 -r----------"-1 16.00 +. .......... ...... ........................................ .. ...... 1 8.00 + ..... .,.,c ...................... ....................................... 1 4.00 + ............................................... .. 0.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehi
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Council on Aging of Martin County, Inc. Service Area: Martin County 1990 Operating Data 1071 E. 1 0th St Stuart FL 34995 (407 ) 283 1 814 GENERA L INFORMATION Contacl Ms. Barbara Jean Bertolini Reporting Period 7 /1/89 6/30/gj Se
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AMANC!AL INFORMATION .1m Expense Summary: Labor $156,814 Fringe Benelils 44,700 S81Vices 25,970 Materials and Supplies 23,647 10,317 Casualty and LJabDity 48,093 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 19,687 Total $329,228 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depls. of Transportation 50,000 Oepts. of HHS and HRS 95,366 Dept. of Education (state ) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Oepts. of labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 39,896 Local G011emment 131,440 Other-General : Local 0 Total $318,702 5.00,-----------. 4.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Milos per TO Capita $12.00,-------------, s 9. 00 +" ........... " "" " '"" $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Elq>ense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 30,628 Total Vehicle MRes 132,733 Road cans 4 Accidents t3 Urban l!liiBEQBMAtiCE MEAS!!BES 1m Median Service Availability: Vehicle MilesfTD Capita 2.n 3.81 EHec1lvenesa nd Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle MRe 0.23 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $10.75 $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $2.48 $1.54 Quality: Accldenls/ 100,000 Veh. Mies 9.79 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls 33,183 21,239 Funding : Local RevenuejOper. Expense 52.0% 34.4% 0.40,-------------, 0.30 0.20 0 .10 0.00 $1.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehlde Mile Uri>an Median J 75

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City of Key West Servi ce A r e a : Mon r oe Co unty 1990 Operati n g Data 627 Pal m Avenue Key West Fl 33040 (305) 292-8161 GENERAL I NEOBMATIQH Contact Mr Ben Gibson Reporting Period 1/1/90 12/31/90 Servioe Type Paratransit, Fixed Route Organization Type G011emment Ope
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FINANCIAL INFOf!MADON .1!22 Expense Summary: NR Labor Fringe Benefits Services Materials and Supplies UtRi1les Casualty and UabUity Purchased Transportation 01her Expenses Total Revenue SumiNiry: NR TO Ccmmlssion Depts. of Transportation Depts. of HHS and HAS Dept of Educa tion (state) Dept. of Ccmmunlty Affairs Depts. of Labor ACTION Program Other Federal Programs Non-Ccntract: Local Local Government 01her-General: Local Total 15.00.------------, 12.00 +...... ......... 9 .00 + ........... ....... ....... ....... 6.00 + ................... ........ .. 3.00+ -0.00-'----1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita $8.00..------------, $6.00 ........ $4.00 +-.... . ........ . .... . .... ....... . ................. .... . .............. ; $2.00 + ........... .................... $0.00 J..._ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operutlng E>cpense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS .1!22 !olaf Passenger Trfps 48,000 Tolal Vehicle MDes 155,000 Road calls NR Accidents NR Urban MEAS!.!Biili .1!22 Median Service AVIIIIa bUily: Vehicle Miles/TO Capita 5.26 3.81 Effectlveneu and Efficiency: Passenger TrlpsfVehicle MDe 0.31 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip NR $7.13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile NR $1.54 Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Mies NR 2.05 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls NR 21,239 Funding: Local RevenuejOper Cost NR 34.4% 1.00.----------, 0.80 + ......... ...... ... ....... ........ .... ........ 0 .60 + .... . ......................... 0.40 + .............. ........ ..... .. 0.20 .j.. .... ===:::: 0.00 ..._ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 -Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Elcpense Per Vehide Mile Url>an Median J 77

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Nassau County Council on Aging Service Are a: N assau Co unty 1990 Oper a ting D ata 1389 Hospi1al Dr Fernandina FL 32034 (904) 261.()701 GENERAL IN FORMATIO N Contact Ms. Conn i e Hufstetler Reporting Period 1/1/0012/30/00 Service Type Organization Type Private N on-Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Popu l ation Total TO Category I TO Category II OFFICE H OURS Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 43,941 13,163 4,156 8:30 a. m 5:00 p.m. No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSO NNEL Full Time Drivers Part-T i me Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE IN VE N TORY A vel'llge Ag e : 7.1 Yeera Seetlna 'llll'i!X t.!l.l 11JI 1115 16;20 2 1 + 0 Years 0 0 0 0 4-6 Years 3 2 0 0 7 9 Years 2 0 0 1 101 2 Years 4 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 T ota l 9 2 0 1 78 Numbe! m 8 0 8 0 7.0 3 5 0 0 1.0 1 0 0 0 6.0 3 0 22.0 15.5 Number !.211.! Uft-Egi!IJIR!d 0 0 5 1 3 1 4 0 0 0 12 2

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F!NANCIAL INFORMATION m!!. Expense Summary: Labor $149,201 Fnnge Benefits 12,631 Se!vlces 1,299 Ma!erlals and Supplies 71,414 Uti itles 8,341 casualty and Liability 22,343 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 30,600 Total $295,829 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transpol1alion 23,000 Depts. of HHS and HRS 174 901 Dept. of Education (state) 534 Dept. of Community Affairs 2 ,869 Depts. of Labor 1,78 7 ACT ION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 1 925 Non-Conlract: Local 9,586 Local Government 39,119 Other-Genera l : Local 27,469 Total $281,190 10.00 0.00 1986 1 987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TD Capita $&.00..----------, $6.00 + -------$4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1986 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS m!! PassengerTnps 57,462 Vahlde MAes 364.942 Roadcalls 33 Accidents 1 Rural PERFORMAN!;E MEA!2!1RE!i MIS! !In Service A w liability: Vahlde MUesjTD capita 27 72 17.99 EHectlwneM and Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mi l e 0.16 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $5.15 $5. 55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mae $0.81 $0 .98 Quality: Accidents/100,000 Veh. MAes 0.27 1 .47 Vah. Miles Berween Roadcalls 11,059 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 25. 7% 16. 6% 0.50.-------------, 79 0.40 + ---------------------------------j 0.30 +-----i 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Veltkle Mile $1.20..----------, $0.90 --J $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehide Mile

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Okaloosa County Coordinated Transportation, Inc. Service Area: Okaloosa County 1990 Operating Data 105 Santa Rosa Blvd. Fort Walton Beach FL 32548 (904) 243 GENERAL INFO RMATION Contact Ms. Ruth R Lovejoy Reponing Period 1/1/9/J 12/31/9/J Service Type Organization Type PriVate Non-Profit Operating Environment Urban Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Popula11on Total 143,n6 TO Category I 39,782 TO Category II 12,558 OFfiCE HOURS Monday-Friday 6:00 a.m. 6 :00 p.m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule No Office Hours PERSONNEL F ul l-Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Average Age: 3.2 Years SUl!!!9 A9l! ill 11-15 1.20 21+ 0-3 Years 3 5 0 0 4-6 Years 1 1 0 0 7-9 Years 0 1 0 0 1o-12 Years 2 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 6 7 0 0 80 Number 7.0 3.5 4.0 2.0 0 0 1 .0 1.0 5.0 4.0 5 0 0 22.0 10. 5 Number !.2!1! Uft-Eg!!il!oed 8 2 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 13 4

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FINANCIAl. INFORMATION Expen_se Summary: Labor $125,125 Fringe Beneftts 29,344 Sel'lices 15,339 Materials and Supplies 29,74 1 2,285 Casualty and Uabillty 26,617 Purchased Transportation 0 Other EXpenses 46,816 Total Revenue Summary: TO Commission .$0 Depts. of Transportation 0 Dapts. of HHS and HRS 202 687 Dept. of Education (sta te ) 808 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 1 034 ACTION Program 0 Other Fed eral Programs 0 Non-Contract : Local 24 068 Local Government 11,435 Other-General: Local 0 Total $240,031 4.00 r==::::=::::: 2.00 ...... 0.00-'-----1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capita 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 22,700 Total Vehicle MUes 219,458 Road calls 4 Accidents 6 Urban PERFORMANCE !r!EAliliBEli 1U2 Median Service Avalllbllity: Vehicle MUes{TO Capita 5 .5 2 3.81 Ellectlveneu and Elflclency: Passenger TrlpsjVehlcle Mile 0.10 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Tri p $12. t3 $7 .13 Oper. ExpensejVehide MHe $1.25 $1.54 Quality: Accidents/100,000 Veh. MBes 2.73 2 05 Veh. MUes Between Roadcalls 54,865 21,239 Funding: Local Revenue/Oper. Expense 12.9% 34.4% 0.40.----------, 0.30 + ............................................................................. 0.20 + ............ .................................... 0.10+ ............................................... .. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trlps per Vehicle Mile $2.00-r-----------, $1.60 !.: .. $1.20 $0.80 +..... .......................... .. $0.40 f............................ $0.00 ..__ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Median J 81

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Mears Special Services, I nc. Service Area: Orange, O sceol a, and S e m inole Counties 1990 Ope rating Data 324 W Gore St Orlando. FL 32806 (407) 422-4561 GEN ERAL IN FOR M ATION Comact Mr. John Wolfe Reporting Per iod 1/1/00. 12/31/00 SeMce Type Paratranstt Organization Type Private For.Prollt Operating Env i r o nm em Urban Network Type Partial Brokerage SetVice Area Population Total 1 ,072,748 TO Category I 32 0, 585 TO Category II 54,571 O FACE HO URS P ERSONNE L N u m bet' FTE Monday-Friday 6 : 00 a m 6:00 p m FullTime D riv ers 49.0 76 0 Satu r day N o Office Hours Part-Time Drivers 7 0 1 8 Sunday No Office Hours Volumeer Drive r s 0 0 Holiday Schedule No Office Hours Maintena nce Employees 0 0 Other Operations Employees 1 7.0 21.3 Adm i nistrative Employees 5 0 6.3 Total 78. 0 105 4 VEHICLE IN VENTORY A v erage Age: 4.2 Y eera !
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ANAHC!AL INFOBMADON 1ti!! EqlenM Summary: Labor $1,177,790 Fringe Benefb 214,711 Sefvlces 1 2 ,438 Materials and Supplles 16,507 Ulllales 22,548 CasoaJty and Uabiity 142,578 Purchased Transportation 341,341 Other Expenses 691,447 Total $ 2,619,360 Revenue Summary: TO Commiss ion $0 Oepts of Transportation 233,771 Oepts of HHS and HRS 2,514,946 Dept. of Education (state) 1,131 Dept of Community Affalrs 27 702 Oepts. of Labor 3,675 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 1 ,979 Non-Contract: local 36,182 Loc:al Government 0 Other-General : local 7,350 Total $2,828,735 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capito $15.00..------------, $12.00 $9.00 $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating E>ep41nse Per Passenger Trip SE!MCE STATISTICS 1m Tolal Passenger Trips 203 ,274 Tocal Vehicle Mies 1,!100,110 Roedcalls NR Accidents 54 Urban l!liBEQBM!tltili MliA.lil.!Biili Ml!lllo Service Avelleblllly: Vehicle Mlles{TO Capita 5.62 3 .81 Effectlvenen a nd Efficie ncy: Passenge r Trips/Vehicle MBe 0.11 0.23 Oper Expense/Passenger Trip $12.89 $7 13 Oper Expense/Vehicle Mie $1.46 $1.54 Quality: Accldents /1 00,000 Veh. Mues 3.00 2 .05 Veh. M & es Between RoadcaDs NR 21,239 Funding: Local Revenue/Ope< Expense 1.7% 34.4% 0.40..-----------, 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 PTrips per Vehicle Mile $2.00..----------, $1.60 +--------::;;;---""'--1 $1.20 t-.-:==:::::::::=--$0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating E>cpense Per Vehicle Mil4o 0..:18=._0rango, __ Osc_.o&o._Semlno __ Je ___ -__ urbon_I_Ao_diol_ n ____ ) 83

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Palm Beach County Transit Se rvice Area : P a l m Be ach County 1990 Operating Data PB I A Bu i lding S-1440 West Pal m Beach Fl 33406 (40 7) 686-4558 GENERA L INFOR M AT I ON Contact Ms Kathy Giffin Reporting Perlod 9/1/8912/31/90 Type F'oced Route O r genl2at l on Type Government Operating Enviro n ment Urban Network Type Panlal Brokerage A rea Popu l atio n TOial 863,5 1 8 TO Category I 366 ,083 TO Category II 65 143 OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday 6 : 30 a.m.6 :30 p m Saturday 7 : 00 am. 6:00 p.m. Sunday No Office Hours PE R SQN N E L Full-Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Holiday Schedule No Office Hours Ma i ntenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admin i strative Employees Total VEH I CLE IN VE N TORY Averag e Age: 5. 1 Years llHt1!!9 w 11 15 .1.1::2!! 21+ 0-3 Years 14 4 2 2 4-6 Years 0 1 3 0 7-9 Years 1 0 8 0 10-12 Years 0 0 0 3 1 3 + Years 0 0 0 2 Tota l 1 5 5 1 3 7 84 Number F'rE 25. 0 9 1 9 0 4 7 0 0 0 0 2 0 2.0 26. 0 7 7 62 0 23 5 Number !2!11 Uft-Egyll!l!ed 22 16 4 4 9 8 3 3 2 0 40 31

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FINANC IAL INFO R MATIO N .lnl! Ex)l41nse Summary: Labor $553,821 F ringe Benefits 171,1509 Services 6 864 Materials and Supplies 246,417 Uti ln ies 24,788 Casualty and uability 49,828 Purchased Transponation 334,024 Other Expenses 82.737 Total $ 1,470 088 R evenue Summary: TO Comrnisslon $0 Depts. of Transponation 148 934 Oepts. of HHS and HAS 671,217 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affa irs 0 Oepts. of Labor 911 ACTION P r ogram 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract Local 146,018 Local Government 452 870 Other-General : Local 86 33 1 Total $ 1 ,506,281 3.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 V e h icle Miles pe r TO Capit
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Pasco County Transportation Divis i on Se rvi ce Area: P asc o Cou nty 1990 Oper ating D a ta 5418 Sunset Rd. New Port Richey, F L 34652 (813) 847-4602 Contact Thea C Johnson Reporting Period 10/1/89-9/30/00 Service T ype Paratransit Fixed Route Organization T ype Government Opera t ing Environment Urban Network Type P artial Brokerage Service Area Population Total 281,131 TO category I 145, 739 TO category II 36,569 O F FICE HO URS Monday Friday 8 : 00 a m 4 :30 p m Satu r day No Office H ours Sunday No Office H ours Holiday S c hedule N o Office Hours P ERSONNE L Full-T i me Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VJ;HI CLE I N VJiNJORY Average Age : 5.7 Veers Seetl!!9 !91 ill! 11-15 16=20 i1. D-3 Years 2 0 a 0 4-6 Years 0 0 6 0 7-9 Years 3 1 6 0 10-12 Years 3 1 0 0 13+ Years 0 1 0 0 Tota l 8 3 20 0 86 N umber FTE 13. 0 1 3 0 4.0 2.0 1 0 1 0 0 0 5 0 4 5 7.0 6 0 30.0 26. 5 Number !2!11 Uft-EgylgQed 10 a 6 6 10 7 4 1 1 1 3 1 23

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FlNANCIAL INFOBMAT!ON Expense Summary: Labor Fringe Benefits Servlces Materials and Supplies UtUitles Casualty and LJablllty Purchased Transportation Other Expenses Total Revenue Summary: TO Commission DepiS. of Transportation Depts of HHS and HRS Dept of Education (state) Dept of Community Affairs Depts. of Labor ACTION Program Other Federal Programs Non-Contract: Local Local Government Other General: Local Total 3.00 2.00 1.00 0.00 .w!2 $442,118 141,831 68.396 49,289 0 0 10,000 91,303 $802,936 $0 78,428 399,396 3,889 0 2,152 0 46,435 246 272,390 0 $802,936 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehkle Miles per TD Capito $12.00 $9.00 $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE STATISTICS .w!2 Total Passenger Trips 105,057 Total Vel'licle Miles 409,478 Road calls 6 Acclden1s 12 Urban PEREOE!MAN!;;E MEAli!.!REli .12i2 M!l!!lan Servlc
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Pinellas County Metropolitan Planning Organization Serv ice Are a: P inellas Cou nty 1990 Operating Data 14 S. Ft. Harrison Ave Oearwater, FL 34616 (813) 462-4751 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Richard Stiles Reporting Period 1/1/90 12/31/90 Service Type Organizat i on Type Government Operating Environment Urban Network Type Complele Bro k erag e Service Area P o pulatio n Total 851,659 TO category 1 375,166 TO category u 67, 074 OFFICE HO URS Monday-Friday 6 : 00 a m. 6:00 p.m Satu r day No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedu l e No Office Hours P ERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-T i me Drivers Volunteer Drivers M aintenance Employees Other Operat i o n s Employees Administrative Employees Tota l VEHI CLE I N VE N TORY Average Age: 3.7 Years !lea t!!lll l::illl'iri lli 11-15 .1Hll lli. 0-3 Years 11 55 13 0 4.0 Years 0 18 7 4 7 9 Years 5 2 5 1 10-12 Years 5 2 0 0 13+ Years 1 0 0 0 Total 22 n 25 5 88 Number FTE 26. 0 26 0 8 0 4 0 366 0 5 6 2.0 2 0 8 0 7 0 9.0 9.0 4 19.0 53.6 N umber !mil 79 36 29 15 1 3 1 7 1 1 0 129 53

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F INANC IAL INFORMATION 199 0 Expe nse S ummary: Labor $712.974 Fringe Benefits 218,805 Services 241,335 M aterials and Suppl ies 209,408 15,138 Casualty and Uability 503,111 Purchased Transponatlon 125,892 Othe r Expenses 276,841 Tota l $2,303,504 R evenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportation 0 Dept s of HHS and HRS 1,014,513 Dept. of Education {state) 0 Dept of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 7 530 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Co n tract: Local 29,78 1 Loca l Government 100 930 Other-General: Local 1,026 770 Total $2 ,179,524 100 1.00 0.00 $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $100 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Mil es per TD Capito 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating EJ
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Polk County Transportation System Service Area: Polk County 1990 Operating Data 2020 E Georgia St. Bartow, FL 33830 (813) 533-2125 GENERAL INFORMATION Con1act Mr. Roger Eckert Reporting Period 10/1 /89 9/30/00 Type O rganiZation Type Government Operating Env i ronment Urban Ne!Work Type Partial Brokerage Service Area Popula t ion T otal 405 382 TO Category I 163 009 TO Category II 26,808 OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday Not Reported Sat u rday Sunday Holiday Schedule PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers PartTime Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admi ni strative Employees Tolal YEHICLE INVENTORY Age: 2 8 Years !1!11111!9 !
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Expense Summary: Labor $250,897 Fringe Benefits 80.2n SeMces 2,983 Material s and Supplies 119 659 3,502 Casualty and Uabllty 43,236 Purchased Tran5ponatlon 0 Other Expenses 53, 453 Total $554,007 Revenue Summary: TO Comm ission $0 Oepts. ol Transponation 1 1 5.700 Oepts. ol HHS and HRS 98 318 Oepl. of Educatlon (state) 0 Oept. of Community Affa i rs 9 ,309 Oepls. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal P r ograms 0 Non-Contract: L..ocal 608 L..ocal Government 320,736 Other-General: L..ocal 9,337 Total $554,007 3.00 2.00 1 .00 0 .00 $12.00 $9.00 $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Ml1os per TO Capito 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operotlng Expense Pe r PasS<>nger Trip SERVICE SJATISDCS .!U2 Total Passenger Trips 51,726 Total Vehicle Mles 3n.265 ROlli! calls 114 Accidents 13 Urben PERFORMANCE MEA!il!R!i!i Mill liD Service AVIIIablllly: Vehicle MUes{TD 2.30 3.81 Eflectiven ... and Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle MHe 0.14 0 23 Oper. ExpensejPassenger Trip $10.71 $7.13 Oper. ExpensejVehicle M Q e $1.47 $1.54 Quality : Accldents/100 000 Veh. MUes 3 .45 2 05 Veh. MUes Between Roadcalls 3.309 2 1 ,239 Funding: L..ocal RevenuejOper Expense 59.7% 34.4% 0.40..------------, 0.20 +-0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 P<>SHnger T rips per Vehicle Mile SUOr----------. $2.00 +-$1.50 +-$1.00 $0.50 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expen... Per Vehide Mile -Url>anMediGn J 91

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ARC Transit, Inc. Service Area : Putnam County 1990 Operating Data 1209 West
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Expense Summary: Labor $78.133 Fringe Benefits 16,409 Services 27,239 Materlals and Supplies 32,432 Utaltles 3,345 Casualty and UabUI1y 41,568 Purchased Transportation 631 Other Expenses 61,319 Total $281,075 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepts. of Transportation 34 000 Oepts. of HHS and HAS 50,378 Dept. o1 Education (state) 0 Dept. of Communl1y Affairs 0 Oepts of Labor 0 ACTION P r ogram 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: L.oCaJ 13,315 Local Government 21, 729 Other-General: Local 124,759 Total $244,181 20.00 .------------, 16.00 + ......... . . . ................ . ...... .......... . . .... ;;;.-""! 12.00 +--;;;-C. ...... .......... ........... . . .... 8.00 + ,Y'-' .... 1 4.00 +--0 .00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Elcpense Per Passenger Trip (R Putnam SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 72,329 Total Vehicle MRes 170.806 Aoadca Q s 6 Aceldents 3 Aun1l P!iAFgAMANQE MEAl:i!.!A!il:i .lD2 Mtslllll Service Avalllbillty: Vehicle M l lesfTO Capita 5.75 17.99 Ellec11veneu and Etflclency: Passenger TripsjVehlcle Mfte 0.42 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $3.61 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $1.53 $0.98 Qua l ity: Accidents/100.000 Veh. M Bes 1 .76 1.47 Veh. Mnes Between Aoadcalls 28,468 33,434 Funding: Local AevenuejOper. Expense 61.2% 16.6% 0 .80.----------, 0.60 + "''""'" "" """"" 0.40 + ............ ... 0 .20 0.00 1986 1987 1 988 1989 1990 Pauenge r Trips per Vehicle Mile $2 .00 .,..------------, $1.60 + """ '""""""' ......... . .. ..... .......................... .. =::::"! $1.20 $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Rural Median J 93

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St. Johns County Council on Aging Service Area: St. Johns County 1990 Operating Data 11 Mission Ave. St. Augusllne, FL 32804 (904) 824-1646 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact M r Vince Stevens Reponing Period 7 /1/89 6/31J/OCJ Service Type Paratransll Organization Type Private NonProfit Operating Environment Rural Networi< Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total 83,829 TO category I 32 904 TO category II 9 935 OFFICE HOURS Monday-Friday 7 :31) a m.5 : 00 p .m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule No Qfllce Hours fe!SONNEL Full -Time Drivers Part-Time Drillers Vol u nteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Adm in istrative Employees Total INVENTORY A.,...ge Age: 4.9 Veers liiiiiii!SI !
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Expeme Summary: Labor $159 ,399 Fringe Benefits 53,683 Services 8,745 Materials and Supplies 53,664 Uti Illes 4,391 Casualty and l.JabDity 35,960 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 20 ,255 Total $336,096 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepts. of Transportation 39,000 Depts. of HHS and HRS 234,173 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depts. of Labor 175 ACTION Program 547 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 3,460 Locsl Government 2,825 Other-General: Local 54,792 Total $334,971 20.00..----------, 16.00 + -:7'""'-1 12.00 8.00 += L-: . . . ........... 4.00 0.00 $4.00 $2 00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capito SERVICE STATISTICS m2 Total Passenger Trips 80,378 Total Vehicle M l es 342,750 Road cans 6 Accidents 6 Rural PERFORMAN!:;!;; MEASURES Medii!! Service Availability! Vehlde MliesfTO Capita 10.42 17.99 EHectivenesa and Efficiency: Passenger TripsjVehlcie MDe 0.23 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $4.18 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle MDe $0.98 $0.98 Quality! Accldents/100,000 Veh. M les 1.7 5 1.47 Veh. MHes Between Roadcalls 57,125 33,434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 18.2% 16.6% 0.80.------------, 0.60 + --==--.;;;;=-. l 0.40 + . ....... ................. 0 .20 0.00 1986 1987 1988 198 9 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehide Mile $1.50 .-----------., $1.20 $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 $0 00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1986 1987 1988 1989 1 990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip Operating E>q>ense Per Vehlde Mile ( lil'fll Soint Johns -Rural MecfJOn J 95

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St. Lucie County Council on Aging Service Area: St. Lucie County 1990 Operating Data 1505 Orange Ave. Fort Pierce, FL 34950 (407) 465-5220 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Edward L Scarlett Reporting Period 7/1/89 6/30/90 Service Type Paratransh Organlzatlon Type Private Non-l'rollt Operating Environment Urban Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total 150,171 TO categO
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FINANCIAL INFORMATION SERVICE STATIST!CS 1m Expense Summary: Total Passei>ger Trips 18,220 Labor $34.288 Total Vehicle 88.620 Fringe Beneflts 5,143 Roadcalls NR Services 0 Accidents NR Materials and Supplies 19,488 UtYitles 2.736 Casually and Llabilty 12,416 Purchased Transponatlon 0 Urban Olher Expenses 15,125 I!ERFORMAHCE MEASURES MediaD Total $81,194 Service Awllabillty: Summ.ory: Vehicle M i es{TO Capita 1.27 3.81 TO Commission $0 Depts. ot Transportation 10,582 Effecti-and Efficiency: Depts. ol HHS and HAS 50.883 Passenger TripsfVel\lcle Mie 0.21 0.23 Dept ot Education (state) 0 Oper Expense/Passenger Trfp $4.90 $7.13 Dept. ol Community Affairs 0 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $1.03 $1.54 Depls. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Quality: Other Federal Programs 0 Accldents/100,000 Veh. M iles NR 2.05 Non-Contract : Local 7,258 Veh. Mies Between Roadcalls NR 21,239 Local Government 0 Other-General: Local 0 Funding : Total $68,723 LocaiRevenuefOper. Expense 8.1% 34.4% 4.00 0.40 .....------------, 300 1 .00 +-................... ........ .. 0.00 ..__ ___ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Mites per TD Capito $8.00.----------, u.oo + ...... __ .......... I $4.00 + ............................. .................... .. $2.00 +.............................. ... $0.00 __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating E>cpense Per Passenger Trip 0.10 +-............................... .. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.60 t .......................... :;:;-_____ ....... 1 $1.20 } ... ... ................. $0.80 + .............................. .. $0.40 t ................... .......... .. $0.00 -'------1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Elcpense Per Vehicle Mile Urilan Median J 97

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Santa Rosa County Council on Aging, Inc. Service Area: S anta Rosa Cou nty 1 990 Ope ra ti n g D ata 609 Alabama St. FL 32570 ( 904) 623-{)467 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Ms. Ann Spencer R eponing Period 1/1 /9012/31/90 S81Vice Type Fixed Route Organiza t ion Type Prlva1e Non P r ofit Operating Envi ronment Rural Netwofk Type Partial Brokerage Service Area Population T01al TO Category I TO category II OFFICE HOURS Monday Friday Sa t urday Sunday Holiday Schedu l e 81,608 26,072 8 730 5 :30 am. 5 :30 p m No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL FuU-Time Drivers Part T i me Drivers Volunteer Drivers Ma i ntenance Employees Other Opera t ions Employees Administrative Employees Total VEH I CLE I NV E NTOR Y A verage Ag e : 4. 0 Y ears Stl!!!l Cei!ICitv Numbtr FTE 9 0 9 0 3 0 3 0 0 0 1.0 0.5 1 0 1 0 6 0 2.8 20.0 16.3 Nu m ber ili 11 1 5 2.1. Jml Uft-Egllilllllll 0'3 Years 1 7 0 0 8 1 4-6 Years 1 4 0 0 5 1 7 Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 10.12 Years 4 0 0 0 4 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tota l 6 1 1 0 0 1 7 2 98

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F!NANC!AliNFORMADON .1112 Expense Summary: Labo< $140,915 Fringe Benefits 38,030 Services 5,160 Materials and Supplies 37,482 Utilities 11,534 Casualty and Liability 33,826 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 47,634 TOIIII $314,581 Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Oepts. of Transportation 69,000 Oepts of HHS and HRS 284,121 Dept. of Education (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depls. of Labor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 5,251 Local Government 0 Other-General: Lccal 1,598 TOIIII $359,970 20.00 r------------, 16.00 +........ ..... . ............... ".?"..:: . .. ) 12.00 t--c: 8.oot-,r.4.oo 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO Capito 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating ExJ>enso Per Passenger Trip (Ill Santa Roia SERVICE STA TlSTlCS lUll Total Passenger Trips 57,673 To1al Vehicle Mles 317 413 Roeacalls 1 Accldents 8 Rural MEAS!.!RES !I!IIIIID Service Availability: Vehicle MResjTO Capita 12.17 17.99 Effectiveness and Elflciency: Passenger Trfps/Vehlde Mae 0.18 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $5.45 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $0.99 $0.98 Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Miles 2 52 1.47 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls 317,413 33,434 Funding: Local Revenue/Oper. Expense 2.2% 16.6% 0.50r------------, 0.40 0.30 0.20 0.10 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.50 $1.00 $0.50 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Rural Meclan J 99

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Senior Friendship Center, Inc. Service Area: Sarasota County 1990 Operating Data 1888 Aldennan St. Sarasota, Fl 34236 (813) 957-1878 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Ms. Susan Berger Reporting Period 1/1/00-12/31/00 Service Type Organization Type Pri'Jate Non-Profit Operating Environment Urban NeiWOrk Type Partial Brokerage Area Population T0181 2n.ns TO Category I 140,592 TO Category II 25,352 OFACE HOURS Monday-Friday 7:00a.m. 7:00 p.m. Saturday 7:00 a.m 7:00 p.m. Sunday No Office Hours Holiday Schedule No Office Hours PERSONNEL Fill-Time Drillers Part-Time Drillers Volunteer Drillers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Admlnls1ratlve Employees Total VEHICLE INVENTORY Awrage Age: 5.2 Years Sea11!!9 C1111;!!x Au 1.12 11 1HO !1. O.;J Years 5 0 2 0 4-6 Years 5 0 4 0 7-9 Years 2 3 0 0 10-12 Years 2 1 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 14 4 8 0 100 Number FTE 19.0 19.0 10.0 4.5 0 0 1.0 1.0 5.0 5.0 4.0 4.0 39.0 33.5 Number Illlll 1.111-Egylaoecl 7 6 9 6 5 5 3 1 0 0 24 18

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FINANCIAL INfORMATION Expense SUfftmllry: Labor $375 000 Fringe Benefits 124,380 Services 87,000 Materials and Suppl i es 1 02,000 UtUitles 9,510 Casualty and Liability 85,832 Purchased Tran spol1llllon 0 Other Expenses 116,561 Total $900,283 Revenue Summary: TO Comm i ssio n $22,746 Depls. of Transportation 12, 126 Depts. of HHS and HRS 559,445 Dept. of Educatlon ( state) 1 805 Dept. of Commu n ity Affairs 0 D ept s. of Labor 51, 717 ACTlON Program 0 Other Federal P r ograms 0 Non-Contract: Local 49,010 Local Government 203,434 Other-Genera l : Local 0 Total $900,283 5.00..-----------, .............. ... ... .......................................... 3.00 .... """""".-:::::::::::::::: 2.00 ................. .. 1.00 + ............... .. 0.00"---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles p..TO Capita $8.00,----------, $6.00 + ...... ---"""""-:::::. $4.00 ........................... ... .... .. $2.00 ............ ... $0.00"---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip SEIMCE STATISTICS 132,939 Vehicl e M ies 588 ,000 Roadcalls 16 Acc,ldents 4 Urban l!liBEORMANC!l, MEAl2!.!RES .1m Med!l!n Service A wllll billly: Vehicle MUes/TD Capita 4 18 3.81 Elfectlv-and Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Veh icl e MDe 0.23 0.2 3 Oper ExpensefPassenger Trip $6.77 $7.13 Oper Expense/Vehicle M il e $1.53 $1;54 Quality: Accldents/100,000 V e h. Miles 0 68 2 05 Veh. M les Between R oadca ns 36, 7 50 21,2 39 Funding: Local R evenue;Oper. Expense 28 0% 34.4% 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Venicle Milo $2.00..-----------., $1.60 ................. $1.20 ................. .. $0.80 .... ...... .. .... .. $0.40 ...... ............ .. $0.00"---1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operotlng Expense Per Vehicle Mile Urban Meclan J 101

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A & A Transport, Inc. Service Area: Union County 1990 Operating Data 55 N Lake Ave. Lake Butler, FL 32054 (904) 496-2056 GENERAL INFORMATION Contact Mr. Curtis E. Allen Reporting Period 7/1/89 6/30/90 Service Type Paratransit Organi2ation Type Prillate Non-Profit Operating Environment Rural Network Type Sole Provider Service Area Population Total TO Category I TO Category II OffiCE HOURli Monday-Friday Saturday Sunday Holiday Schedule 10,252 3,o42 1,078 7 : 00 a m.-6:00 p.m. No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office Hours PERSONNEL Full-Time Drivers Part-Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHICLE I NVENTORY A-.ge Age: 3.5 Yea,.. SH!II!II A9l 112 11-15 18=20 21+ 0-3 Years 2 I 0 0 4-9 Years 0 0 0 0 7-9 Years 1 0 0 0 10.12 Years 0 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Total 3 1 0 0 102 Numller m 2.0 2.0 5. 0 2.5 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 3.0 11.0 7.5 Number Uft-!;gyigDed 3 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 4 2

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FINANCIAL INFORMATION Expense Summary: Labor $49,427 Fringe Benefits 7,181 Services 1,689 Mater1als and Supplies 12.455 Utllttles 0 Casualty and UabHity 7,134 Purchased Transportation 0 Other Expenses 13,884 Total se1,no Revenue Summary: TO Commission $0 Depls. ol Transportation 0 Depls. ol HHS and HRS 87,823 Dept. ol Education (state) 225 Dept. of Community Affairs 0 Depls. ollabor 0 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 14 Non-Contract: local 0 Local Government 0 Other-General: L ocal 3,354 Total $91,416 20.00 10.00 0.00 $10.00 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehide Miles per TD Capito 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip (m Union SERVICE STA TISTJCS mg Total Passenger Trips 4,759 Total Vehicle MDes 105,000 RoaCicalls 2 Accidents 0 Rural MEAS!.!BE!i .1H!! Median Semce AvallabUIIy: Vehicle Miles/TO Captta 34.52 17.99 Effectivenand Etfleiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle Mie 0.05 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $19.28 $5.55 Oper. ExpensefVehlcle MUe $0. 87 $0.98 Quality: Accldents/100,000 Veh. Miles 0 1 47 Veh. Miles Between Roadcalls 52,500 33.434 Funding: Local RevenuejOper. Expense 3.7% 16.6% 0.40 +..... ........... ................... .... ....... ...... j 0 .30 + ....... ................. ........... ................................. ........ l 0.20 f. .. ... :=.::=-= =l 0.10 + : ..... ........... . ............. ............... ... ........ ........ 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per Vehicle Mile $1.50.----------, $1.20 $0.90 $0.60 $0.30 $0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operoting E>cpense Per Vehicle Mile Rural Median J 103

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Volusia County Council on Aging, Inc. Servi ce Area : Volusla Cou nty 1 990 Operati n g D ata 950 Big Tree Rd S o uth Daytona, Fl 32119 (904) 788-o384 GENEBAL I NFOR MADON Contact Mr. Dick McConnick Report ing Period 1/1/90 12/31/90 Service Type Paratransll Organization Type Private Non Profit Operat ing Environment Urban Networt< Type Sole Provider Service Area Population T otal 370,71 2 TO Category I 164 365 TO Cat egory II 27,363 OfFICE H OURS Monday Friday 6:00 am. 6:30 p m. Saturday No Office Hours Sunday N o Office Hou rs Holiday Schedule No Office Hours PERSQ NNEL Full-Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers M aintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Tol81 VEHI CLE I NVE NTOR Y A-.ge Ag e: 4. 4 Veers Seeii!!SI Ca 'Hl! 1lJI 11-!5 16=20 n. ().3 Years 1 2 4 0 4-6 Years 2 11 0 1 7 Years 0 0 0 1 10 Years 3 0 0 0 13+ Years 0 0 0 0 Tolal 6 13 4 2 104 Numb9r FTE 1 2 0 12 0 13. 0 6 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 4.0 4.0 29.0 22: 5 Number Iml! L lft!i!I !!IRDed 7 3 14 5 1 0 3 3 0 0 25 11

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FJNANCIAL I NFORMATION Expenoe Summary: Labor Fringe Benefits Services Materials and Supplies Utlltles Casualty and Liability Purchased Trar1$p0rtation Other Expenses Total Rewnue Summert: TO Commission Oepts. of Transporta11on Oepts. of HHS and HRS Dept. of Educalio n (state ) Dept. of Community Affairs Oepts of Labor ACT ION Program Other F ederal Programs Non-Contract: Local Local Government Other-General: Local Total 100 1.00 0 .00 $317,001 182,855 1 09,969 94,679 19,396 66,065 0 23,186 $813,151 $0 1 97,249 303,282 1,231 0 0 27,608 0 20,601 221,467 41, 713 $813,151 1984 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Miles per TO C..pito $8.00 $6.00 $4.00 $2.00 $0.00 1984 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating P e r Passenger Trip Volusla SERVICE STATISTICS 1m Total Passenger Trips 119,434 Total Vehicle Miles 524,113 Roadcalls 12 Accidents 17 Urban .1nQ Median Service AVIIIfabillty: Vehicle MResfTO Capita 3 .19 3 .81 Effectiveness nd Efficiency: Passenger TrlpsjVehlcle MDe 0 23 0.23 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $6 8 1 $7 13 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $ 1.55 $1.54 Quality: Accldents/100, 000 Veh. MRes 3 24 2.05 Veh. M l es Between Roadcalls 43,676 21, 2 3 9 Funding: Local Reven ue/Oper. Expense 34.9% 34. 4% 0.40r----------, 0 .30 + ................................................. ... .......... ............ 1 0.20 0.10 0.00 1984 1987 1988 1989 1990 Passenger Trips per VeiUcle MDe $100..-------------, $1.60 + ............................ -:; =-$1.20 + ..... : .... .. $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 1984 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operating Expense Per Vehicle Mile Uot.an Median J 105

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Wakulla County Senior Citizens Transportation Service Area : Waku lla County 1 990 Operating D a t a P O. Box 537 Crawfordville, Fl 32327 (904) 926-7 1 45 GENERAL INFORMATION Comad Reporting Period 1/1/90 -12/31/90 Service Type Fixed Route Organiza tion Type Private N on-Profit Opentt ln g Environment Rural Networi< Type Partial Brokerage Service Area PoplAatl o n Total T O Category I TO Category II OFFI C E HOURS Monday Friday Sa turday Sunday Holiday Schedule 14 202 5.072 1 675 7:30 a m. 5:00 p m No Office Hours No Office Hours No Office HOUtS PERSONNEL Fun -Time Drivers Part Time Drivers Volunteer Drivers Maintenance Employees Other Operations Employees Administrative Employees Total VEHI CLE INVENTORY Average Age: 2 5 Years !i&ati!!ll Cal!l!
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1m ExpenM Summary: Labor $59,217 Fringe Benelils 8,262 Services 1,500 Materials and Supplies 17,250 Utilities 1 653 Casualty end Uabilty 10,308 Purchased Transportalion 0 Other Expenses 13,539 Total $111,729 Revenue Summery: TO Commission $0 Depts. of Transportallon 15.000 Depts. of HHS end HRS 89,317 Dept. of Educallon (state) 0 Dept. of Community Affairs 5,350 Depts. of Labor 1,458 ACTION Program 0 Other Federal Programs 0 Non-Contract: Local 147 Local Government 0 Other-General : Local 457 Total $111,729 30.00.----------, 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Vehicle Mil., per TD Capito 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Operotlng Expense Per Passenger Trip SERVICE SIADSDCS Total Passenger Trips 13,340 T 0181 Vehicle MUes 123,435 Rooidcals 28 Accidents 0 Rural MEAS!!REli 1m Median SVVce Avollablllty: Vehicle Miles/TO Capita 24.34 17.99 Eflec:tlvet1eM nd Efficiency: Passenger Trips/Vehicle MMe 0.11 0.18 Oper. Expense/Passenger Trip $8.38 $5.55 Oper. Expense/Vehicle Mile $0.91 $0.98 Qu.llty: Accidents/100,000 Veh. MUes 0 1.47 Veh. MRes Between Roadcalls 4,408 33,434 Funding: Local Revenue{Oper. Expense 0.5% 16.6% 0.50..------------, 0.40 + ... ................. ... 0.30 + ............ ......................... ........................... ... ............. 0.10 f-.... 0.10 +.. ......................... ........ .......... 0.00 ..___ ___ ...,. 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 P4>ssenger Trips per Vehlde Mile $1.50.----------, $1.10 + .............................. .......... ......... .. $0.90 .).. .. :::::=:::= $0.60 + .. .............................. $0.30 + ...... ........................... $0.00 ..___ __ 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 Op.roting Expense Per Vehicle Mile lbl.a Median ) 107

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Coordinato r ..... 18.77 0 .11 ..... IU16 "" ... 0>8 ..... ..... ... -. . .,. "'' . ....... ... ,. 0.22 ... .. ..... 1 .82 21.203 -U7 O.fl ..... & 1 .10 1.8 1 21,214 """'"" )1, 10 0.12: ..... ... ,. 0 ... .. .... ._,,. c ...... 2.11 0.,. ... .. s: e t 0 .00 ...... 1 0 .891&. """" ... ..... $ 1, 1 7 .... ,,... """' ... ... ... $1.015 1 7 1 1 3.,457 ""' '"' o ... S1.1 t ,,,, .. ''" .. .... ... ... .. ..... ..... 0.72 N R """" -.... ' '"' $1 ,71 M 2 ... ..., "''"" l>tS,Hit,H,o-..... .. ..... ..... .. ,,..., ..... Obt,Gitby >.30 ... 11$.47 11.01 .. 0 .... """" ,. n / a .,. .,. .,. .,. -.. ... Sll.oT .. ... "' 2U3t ..,. -,.,, ... ..... 11.12 oo 7 ,107 '""""' .,. ,. ., .,. ' . Gtd,Jt,Md;r y .... ... .. ... ... .. ... 18,341 ,...,. ,, n / a .,. .,. ., .,. .,. ,..,._.ldo 2 .72 "'" $7.4 3 1 1 1 2 U!l 147,930 ,..,. 2 .03 ..., ... ,., .... .., 1$,3$1 ...... ..... 0 .17 "'"' ..... .... ... ... ,..,. 1 4,$.2 ... ..... $0. 7 8 .... -62 4 ., ... 0 1 0 ..... .. ... O> ...... 12.7" 4 1,8$ O.o!l S >!I.!IO ..... 0.00 .... .... 0.18 ...., 10. 8> 1 .19 ..... .. .... ... 0. ...,. $1.4 3 .... .... . ,. .,. nf .,. I ., .,, (1.14 ..... $0,81 0.00 0 ... ,. ... 0.37 $ 7.01 $2.81 .... ..... "'"" ... 0.1 8 0!1.>1 ... 0>!1 131.6" "" ., ... $ 10.76 ...... t.l'O 33,183 ...... ... 0.31 .... ... .... .... .... 21.72 .... ..... ... .. 0.27 "'"' 0 1 0 $ 1 2 .13 11.2!5 2.73 ...... ... 1 12.80 ...... 100 ... '"' .......... .... 0 .2< ..... 2 .37 5 951 ..... .., ... ., ... ... ..., .. ....... .... ... .. ... ..... 1 .81 '"" .... .... ... & 1 0 .11 ... 1<0 '"" """"' !5.75 .,.. $.3. 11 ..... '" ...... ..... -. 10A2 ... &.4. 1 8 ..... '" Salnii.U<. ,.., .,, ..... ""' .... .... ......... 1:l 1 7 .. .. .._ .. .... ... 317,413 -.. 1 8 ... ..,., ..... ._.. "'"" ..... ,. .,. . . """" ..... .... &1Ut ... --o.o> ... .. & U 5 u w""''* ..... 0.00 n/a = Not applicable (no 1990 AOR was submitted for the county). N-A = AOR was submitted, but individua l data was not reported 113

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... .... aTABLE B-1. 1986-1990 Trend in Operating Statistics and Populations. c ... ..... .......... ........ .....,_ -... ... -_, -...... ""'" ....... --Otg.Oic,Sem .......... """"" --............ .... '""" ......... -........ -......... _--.:._-.** > f(* .. lftl'tT ..... l A,.;_-,,.._, ,; . ,. < ,A o . .o-,.,,. s .. .. s .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. w .. w s '"' ""'!' ... OH ft08 ooo ...... ooA oa.. d....... o4a AoA u .... ft .... u .. u "' ft ..... u 0 ft 0 u . "' u "' 0 ft ..... u u ..... ft - ..... u 0 u ..... ft ..... ft ..... u u u "' u ..... u 0 ...... u -ft ..... u ... u "' u 0 u 0 u 0 ft -ft ..... u ..... A PNP u -ft ft PNP U PNP ...... .... :!2,122 -...... ....... ...... U.ooei 30,911 .. ... l $7,t74 181,190 ...... .... .... .. ..... 123. 132 ...... ,.,, :M-111 1M2t -.,., ... ..... -.. ..,. .. ..,. .. ... ...... ...... ..... es.e11 1 1,571 103,447 .... ....... ..... 44, 817 27,41& .. .... IU,722 U17,2:3e I 1,307 ...... ""' ....... 111,80& 128,00$ .. .... ),414 ,_ 120,537 ...... 3 7 ,101 ... .. 17,47t .... w ...... ....... """' ...... 87,t81 157,a;24 13,1$1 U t i W,5tt t04,o(l l 3 .... ... ... 471,6fl .. ... ...... """' ...... -1Cie, 730 ..... tQ.37 3 ... ,. ,..,. ..... ,,_ 171,637 ,_, ...... ....,. ,..,, "'...... te.a t ...... ... ., "'"" .... ... ...... ..... .312 10.000 "'"" toe.,771 57,61$ ...... .... ,., 28.714 ...... 14U1'2 ..... ..... "'"'" .... ., ....... ..... -....,. ..... 148,71t 500.173 ....... ,..,. ...... ... 1&.7.0 ., .... 137,3o4$ ...... ..,_ ..... ue.& t 3 107,.878 ...... ...... .,_ ... .. .. 2 7<11,12& .._ ...... ...... .,., ... ...... ....... ... ... "'""' ...... ...... $7,881 ....... ... ,.. -U7,6oe 12,57& Mt,m t:27,UO ...,., ...... ...... .. .... 73,3&1 127.832 ....... 12,745 &t,eea ... 010 2141.7111 ..... 180,<1178 ....... 78,.., 83,072 ..... ....... H7,t$0 ....,. 121.(161 71,780 ...... """ .... ...,.. ..,..,. .... 070 11,057 ....... 51,728 """ .. ..,. ...... .,.,. '"" 11 9,ot.34 13,340 -tao,na 131,36$ ,...,.,. 368.874 210.11188 .. ,....., 1&'1,(1$1 1&0,01!1& ...... ....... U7,)4.4 ...... 418,203 .,, ... 26&.061 lt4,3o60 114,878 ttt,$3& ...... .,. .... .... ,. l,J0&,$6$ 287,880 ...,.. HM52 ...... 10,000 ....... 10, 111 liMAt7 .. 1 ,400,8 .. .... 187,112 ,., ... -.......,, ..,...,. -,.., .. tt3.2tl 00.710 ......,. ... .... ....... ....... ...... --..... 818,1153 ,_,.. 181).7115 ,...., ........ 312..101 -..... - Okeechobee combined with DeSoto. Hardee, and Highlands starting In 1990. 15G,IIIi 1 ,624,$17 ,_,.. 73,87 .. .... ....... 110,QQO 3UI.24$ 412,77'5 3,271,747 .... ..,. 83, 412 ,..,.. l t t ,tee tlil0,411 7$,401 .. ..,. ... .... 210.1211 .. .... .... ,. 219,117 .. .... ,. ... ....... 148.1'87 38.3,.,. 312,418 11 ...1170 ,...,, 318,188 ,,..., ....... 182,000 ....... .. ,., 214.01'5 ... ,., 101,1 .. ao,110 414,311 87,!18 2,881,884 2, 1-!10,000 t7,.U1 12t,&ow ... .... 187,073 ........ 271,101 ol,tl!i2 ,431 t ,oa,na 82,031 ....... 248,31>4 ... ,.. 11 $,401 ....... ... ... 117,t3& "'"" &4,15t ... .... 37t,730 128,615 .3:2U:l1 3o&4,21J' ....... 30t,t71 ....... 150,000 71.0:V 1,61-Ut O Moi,S73 41.$,281S 1 06t;OOO 512,57$ 150,000 .,,_ 110,640 .... ., ..... 1&4,318 70,300 ...,,1104 ....., .... ,,...,. ....... -....... .. ..... ........ ,......, -...... ......... ""'""' t,3et,Ota 147,130 ....... .. ..... 1130.311 ""'""' -"'"" -150,1315 ........ ,,.,,.. ,.._ -2"10.401 1,1100.110 ...... .... .,. I ,OQit,$25 )71,21115 ....... ... .... -311.U3 '"""" 11o21',113

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