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Public transit cost analysis ; five and ten year projections for the State of Florida

H t rdee a nd Highlands 1 0 are ineluded I n DeSot o County. (3) Lee County T D operatir19 is inc l uded in bus operating. (4) RSH Rid@shr c cotUI'I'bia I'd H amilton i ncluded in C oun tY. (6) G ilchrist and L evy T.D. are i ncluded i n Dixi e County. (7) fneludes vrbiln rail and pc
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APPENDIX B Five-Year "Budgeted" Projection of Transit Capital and Operating Costs in Florida 1990-1994 Methodolo!O(: Transit expenditures are projected for all Florida counties and each FOOT district. The costs of fixed-route bus service, demand-responsive service, and park-and-ride lots are included in "bus". The costs of rail transit (excluding Tri-County Rail) and peoplemovers are included in "rail". To the extent that the cost of transportation disadvantaged services could be separated from other transit services, it is shown under "T.D.". The "TD-5" line item excludes social service agency funds used for T.D. tranSit. Therefore, the costs shown for 1D S represent ttanspoaatjon aeency funds. Capital and operating expenditures are shown separately and are apportioned according to the source of funding, i.e., federal government, state government, or local area (including local government and earnings). The projections for individual years are shown on pages B-1 through B-36. The total projections for the five year period are shown on pages B-37 through B-42. Source: The primary sources for the five-year forecast were the transit agency five year budgets. Secondary sources included the five-year transportation improvement programs (TIPs) prepared by Florida's 21 metropolitan planning organizations (the TIPs cover all of Florida's urban areas but do not cover rural areas), UMT A Section 15 reports the transit agencies, FOOT, and the Transportation Disadvantaged Commission Note: Where the available data were in constant (uninflated) dollars, an annual inflation factor of five percent was used to adjust the data.

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Counties FIVYEAR PROJECTCON TRANSIT CAPITAL AHD OPERATING COSTS S lATE OF FlORID A ( in thousands of current dollars> FY 1 990 1-----------------------------------------Capital Operating 1--------------------------------+ ---------------------+ fed. State Loc a l Total Ftd State Loca l Total - --------------------------------------+ F'DOT DISTRICT 1 Charlotte: 8U$ 0 0 T .D, 0 138 44 52 234 Colt ier: 8U$ 0 0 r.O. 48 6 6 60 302 56 73 431 RSM (2) 0 0 Desoto: sus 0 0 f .0. (3) 0 334 190 33 557 C l ades: 8U$ 0 0 J.0.(1) 0 0 Hardee: sus 0 0 1 .0.(3) 0 0 Hendry: 8U$ 0 0 T.D.(I) 0 0 H f ghlands: 8U$ 0 0 . (3) 0 0 tee: 8U$ 5,000 800 2,300 8,100 1,200 17 1,937 3,154 T .0.(4) 0 0 RSH 0 2 3 23 46 Manatee: sus n 9 9 90 526 764 1,290 l.O. 0 166 465 166 797 Okeeehobee:BUS 0 0 '.0. 0 33 1 2 17 62 Po\lc : sus 169 119 1,244 703 1 946 1,65 0 T ,0. 63 8 8 79 226 70 250 546 Sarasota: 8U$ 400 5 0 50 5 0 0 1,058 1 522 2,58 1 T.O. 14 4 18 465 176 24 665 RSH 0 0 Dist.IJide: sus 0 0 I Total of sus 6,428 1,0 28 2,478 9,934 3 487 19 5,169 8,675 I District 1 T .D. 125 18 157 I 1,664 1,013 6 1 5 3,292 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 2 3 23 46 I ... -.. ......... -----..... .... --.... .. .. ..... . ..... .... ........ ... .. ... ... . --. .. B-1

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CCM.r'lt les FIVEYEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERATING COSTS STAT OF FLORIDA (in thousands of cur.-.ent dollars) FY 1990 I ........ .. ..................................... .......... .................... Capi tal Operating 1-------+ I fed. State Local Tota l I Fed. S tate local Total I --- ----+------------+ FOOT DlSlRlCT 2 Alachua: 8US 196 27 27 250 633 3,431 4,064 T D. 0 242 397 463 1 102 1IIJS D 0 T D 0 70 18 17 105 8t"adford: OIJS 0 0 r.o. 0 68 70 1 2 150 Clay: OIJS 0 0 T.O. 0 8Z 3a 45 165 OIJS 0 0 T .0.(5 ) 0 0 Dixie: OIJS 0 0 T.D.(6) 0 28 18 1 47 Owat: OIJS 2,414 302 302 3,018 1,989 201 1 5 239 17,429 RAIL<7l 46,156 7,692 7,692 61,540 81 538 619 T.D. 0 64 5 460 529 RSM 0 32 32 64 Gi tc:hrist: OIJS 0 0 T .0.(6) 0 0 Hemi l ton: OIJS 0 0 T.0.(5l 0 0 Lafayette: BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 21 37 2 60 Levy: OIJS 0 0 '.0.(6) 0 0 M adison: OIJS 0 0 T .D. 0 88 53 50 191 N a ssau: OIJS 0 0 T .D. 0 1 8Z 88 55 325 Putnam: OIJS 0 0 T.D. 0 160 22 2 0 202 st Jotlns: OIJS 0 0 T .D. 0 173 92 23 288 suwerv'!ee: OIJS 0 0 T D.
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C ovntf o s FIVEYEAR PROJECTION TRAN S I T CAPITA L A N D OPERATlNC COSfS STAT E Of 'LORlOA 1990 1 -------------------------------------------Capital Operating 1------------------------------------------F ed State Local Total F ed State Loc:al Total ---------------------------+--------------FOO T DISTRICT 3 oay, BUS 0 0 T. D. 64 8 8 80 217 193 4 1 0 Cllh0111 BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 27 37 64 Ese81111bi e: BUS 410 51 51 512 1,245 8 2,127 3,380 T .0. 0 514 244 758 RSH 0 3 1 3 1 Fran kl i n : BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 0 G adsden : BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 2 2 6 137 1 2 7 490 Gul f : BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 0 BUS 0 0 1.0.(8) 0 439 146 24 609 J ac k son: BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 86 222 43 351 JtHei"'Son: SUS 0 0 1.0. 0 66 40 37 14 3 LC"1: sus 271 3 4 3 4 339 370 4, 144 4,514 T.D. 56 7 7 70 291 3 7 265 59 3 RSH 0 50 50 Liberty: sus 0 0 T .0. 0 5 3 31 28 112 Okaloou: sus 0 0 T D 0 23 50 58 131 San t a Rosa :SUS 0 0 T .D. 0 151 35 104 29 0 Valcutla: sus 0 0 T.O. 0 64 34 I 99 v a l ton: &US 0 0 1 0 (8) 0 0 llas hfngton :SUS 0 0 T 0 .(8) 0 0 Oist.W ide : BUS 0 0 I Tota l of B U S 68 1 85 85 8 5 1 ,61 5 8 6,271 7,894 I Dl$trlet 3 J.D. 120 15 15 150 I 2,093 1 1 7 2 686 3,9St I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 8 1 0 8 1 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ B-3

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CCM.nt:ies FOOT DISTRICT 4 BI"OWI!rd: sus RAIL T .0. RSN ltOV (9) lrdia n Riv:BUS T.O. Mart1n: sus T.O. P a l m Beac h:BUS RAIL J.D. ... HOV St. Lucie: BUS '.o. Dbt.Wide: BUS FlVE-YEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPlTAL A.MD OPERATING COSTS STAlE O F FLORIDA (in thousands of current dollar-s) FY 1990 1------------------------------------------------------------------------1 capital 1 aperat: 1n9 1 1------------------------------------------------------------------I Ftd. State Local Total I Fed. State local Total I 3,300 494 412 4,206 3,728 27,492 31,220 0 0 6 6 1,931 660 2,100 4.691 0 125 278 403 26,441 3,538 29,979 0 0 0 0 157 101 247 505 0 0 0 148 23 136 307 740 92 92 924 1,756 152 5 ,307 7 215 0 0 175 15 28 218 132 454 586 0 23 23 46 459 51 510 0 0 0 24 4 2 30 8 1 16 9 7 0 0 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I Total o f sus 4,040 586 504 5, 130 5,484 152 32, 799 38,435 I D i s trict 4 RAil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.D. 1 99 19 36 254 2,449 784 2.953 6 186 I RSH 0 0 0 0 125 301 23 449 I HOV 26,900 3 ,589 0 30,489 0 0 0 0 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ B-4

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C0111ties PROJECTtON TRAM$JT CAPITAL ANO OPERATIHG COSTS STATE OF FlORIDA (in thousands of current dollars) FY 1990 Capital Opel"ating Fed. State Lout Total fed. Local Total FOOT Dl STRICT 5 Brevard: BIJS 0 0 T .D. t ,200 150 150 1,500 1 000 t ,812 2,812 RSH 0 60 60 120 Citrus: BIJ$ 0 0 T.D. 0 116 38 83 237 flagler: BVS 0 D T .0. 0 164 26 28 218 Lake: BIJ$ 0 0 T.D. 0 275 257 66 598 Marien: BIJ$ 0 0 T.O 0 213 82 2 297 Orar'$e: BIJ$ (10) 4,431 665 639 5,735 1 ,569 299 8,372 10,240 RAIL 0 0 T.D. 0 676 642 314 1,632 RSH 0 43 28 7 1 O$cCOl8! BVS ( 10) 0 D T .0. 0 216 138 354 Sellinote: BUS ( 10) 0 0 T .D. 0 225 146 371 SU.ter: IIUS 0 0 r.o. 0 101 23 2 126 Volusia: BUS 4,014 503 503 5,020 1,466 2,603 4,069 T.O. 0 513 68 94 675 RSH 0 10 10 20 Dist.Vide: BIJ$ 0 0 I Total of BUS 8,445 I, 168 1, 142 10,755 3,035 299 10,975 14,309 I District 5 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T .0. 1,200 150 150 1,500 3,499 1,420 2,401 7,320 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 113 98 211 B 5

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fiVE-YEAR PROJECTI O N TRANSIT CAPITAL A N D OPERATING COSTS STATE O F FLORIDA (in thous a nds o1 eUt"rtnt dollrs> FY 1990 ............................................................. ... ............. J Capital I O pe rati ng I 1-------------- fed. State Local Total fed. State TotL --------------------------FOOT DISTRICT 6 I I Dodt : BUS I 6,444 8 0 6 806 8,056 6 ,084 1 ,800 102,6 5 0 110,534 I RAIL I 2 4 991 1 2 ,495 1 ,562 3 9 ,048 2,306 42,954 45,320 I t .D. I 269 6 7 3 36 2,284 2,284 4,420 8,988 I RSK I 0 274 24 298 I Monroe : BUS I 0 D I T .O. I 207 2 6 26 259 160 601 761 I Dlst.Yide: B U S I 0 0 I ---Tot a l of BUS 6,444 806 806 8,0 56 6 ,084 1,800 1 02,650 110, 53 4 D i s triet 6 RAll 24,991 12.495 1 ,562 39,0 48 2 ,306 0 42,95 4 45,320 T .D. 476 26 93 595 2 ,444 2,284 5,021 9,749 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 274 24 298 + ----------------+ ---B -6

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flVEYEAR PROWECTJON TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATIKG COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousands of current dollars) FY 1990 1 ------------------------------------------------------+ J Capital I Operat ing I 1-- Fed. State loc:al Total Fed State Local Total +---------------------+---------------+ + FOOT OISTRICT 7 HerrMndo: BUS 1.0. Hillsboro .:BUS RAIL T.D. RSH P asco: sus 1.0. Pine l las: BUS RAIL T.D. O ist.Yide: 8US 4,320 16 273 1 474 199 522 8 0 0 2 34 184 874 400 2 34 384 50 0 0 5,716 1 ,Z O O 0 0 20 341 2,042 0 249 0 0 66 2 4J 111 1,970 122 19 564 22,256 0 359 4 45 631 1,435 278 39 317 197 98 122 4 17 405 118 320 843 2,51 6 390 14,905 17,811 0 SOD 1 14 4 1,644 0 -- -- ----I Tota l of IIIJS 5,81 0 708 1,260 7,m 4,683 1,210 34,591 40,484 I Distric;t 7 RAIL 0 800 400 1,200 0 0 0 0 I T .D. 472 34 84 590 1,330 565 2,138 4 033 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 27 8 39 317 --- I CENTRAL BU$ 111 >I 0 29 650 679 I OfFICE TDS(12)1 2,419 39 0 375 3 ,184 I 1,944 280 2,224 4,"8 I I (Statftlh:Se ) RSH I 0 I 704 704 I TOTAL STATE BUS 34,458 4,710 6,604 45,m 27,039 4,339 211,125 242,503 RAil 7 1,147 20,987 9,654 1 0 1.788 2,447 0 43,492 45,939 T.O. 2,592 258 396 3,246 15,002 8,091 15 1 84 38,277 ID S(13)1 2 419 390 375 3,184 3,919 280 1 3 070 17,269 RSH I 0 0 0 0 1 25 1,580 1 09 1,814 HOY I 26,900 3,589 0 30,489 0 0 0 0 B 7

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Ccuntfe$ fiVEYEAit PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of FLORIDA (in thousands of current dollars) fY 1991 1-------------------:--------------------------------------------I Capitol I Optratfng I 1 ------------------------------------------------------------I Fed. State Loeal foUl I fod. State loeal Total I --------------------------------------------------FOOT DISTRICT I Charlotte: BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 145 47 54 246 Colllef": BUS 0 120 60 60 240 T.0.(1) 40 5 5 50 316 59 77 452 RSH (2) 0 0 Desoto: BUS 0 0 T.D.(3) 0 351 1 99 3 5 585 Glode$ : BUS 0 0 T.0.(1) 0 0 Hardee: BUS 0 0 T.0.(3) 0 0 Hendry: BUS 0 0 T.0.(1) 0 0 Hlghlonds: BUS 0 0 T .0.(3) 0 0 lee: BUS 240 40 30 310 1, 1 00 77 2 ,077 3,254 T .0.(4) 0 0 RSH 0 23 23 46 Kfwwltee: BUS 759 949 541 788 1,329 T .D. 0 171 479 171 821 Okeechobee: BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 34 13 18 65 Polk: BUS 464 58 58 580 823 54 1,042 t ,91 9 T.O. 38 5 5 48 237 77 259 573 Sarasota: BUS 1,600 200 200 2,000 1,116 29 1,565 2,710 T .0. 18 4 22 489 185 24 698 RSH 0 30 30 60 Dist.Wide: BUS 0 0 ---------- I Total of BUS 3,063 393 383 3 ,839 I 3,700 220 5 532 9,45 2 I District 1 T .o. 96 10 14 120 I 1,743 1 ,059 638 3,440 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 53 53 106 I -------+ 8-8

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COU\ties F IVE-YEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAL A N D OPERATIN G COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousands o f C:W"rcnt dollars> FY 1991 1-----------------------------------+ Capital Operating 1-------------------------+ Fed. Stat o Loc.al Total Fed. Total --+ ---------------+ FDOT DIST R I C T 2 Alachua: BUS 128 16 1 6 160 633 3,543 176 T.D. 0 255 4 1 6 486 1 157 Baku: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 7 4 1 9 17 110 Bradford: BUS 0 0 r. o. 0 7 1 7 4 1 3 158 Clay: BUS 0 0 T. D 0 86 40 47 173 Coltm:lia: BUS 0 0 T .0.(5) 0 0 Dixie: BUS 0 0 T .0.(6) 0 29 1 9 1 49 Duval: B U S 2,205 276 276 2,157 t ,989 202 1 6,643 18,839 RAI\.(7) 49,402 8,234 8,234 65,870 84 566 650 T .0. 0 64 5 487 556 RSH 0 34 34 68 Gilchrist: BUS 0 0 T .0.(6 ) 0 0 Hami l ton: BUS 0 0 T .0.(5) 0 0 Lafayette: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 22 39 3 64 Levy, BUS 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 0 Madison: BUs 0 0 T.D. 0 9l 5 6 52 201 Nti$UU : BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 1 9 1 92 58 341 P u tnam: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 168 23 2 1 2 1 2 St Johns: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 182 97 24 303 suwannee: BUS 0 0 I T.D.(5) 0 385 66 212 663 I RSH 0 3 2 3 1 63 I Tay l o r : BIJS 0 0 I T.D. 0 116 70 6 5 2 5 1 I Union: BIJS 0 0 I T.D. 0 47 47 24 118 I Dist.\lic;le: BIJS 0 0 +--------------------I Total o f BUS 2,333 292 292 2,917 2 622 202 20,191 23,01 5 1 District 2 RAIL 49, 402 8,234 8 ,234 65,870 84 0 566 650 I T D 0 0 0 0 1,597 894 1,442 3,933 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 66 65 13 1 ------------------------------------------B 9

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COU'lt ies PROJECTJON TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousands of current dollars) I I FY 1991 I 1----------------------------------------------------------------+ I Cap ital I Operating I I Fed. S tate t.oeal Total 1 Fed. State local Total 1 FOOT DISTRICT 3 Bay : sus T .D. Calhoun sus T.D. Esc811t)ie: sus T.D. RSH Frankl In: BIJS T.D. Gadsden: BIJS T.D. Gulf: sus T .D. KollhltS: BIJS T.D.(8) Jac:k son: BIJS T.D. Jefferson: BIJS T .D. Leon: BIJS T .D. RSH Libe-rtY: BIJS T.D. otal oosa: BIJS T .D. Santa RO$a:BUS T.D. Uakulla: SUS Val ton: T.D. sus T.0.(8) Va-shington:BU$ T.D.(8) Oist.Wide: BUS 540 68 292 8 68 292 8 0 0 0 0 676 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,409 79 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 228 29 1,316 541 237 461 90 70 399 305 55 25 159 68 202 255 32 144 153 233 42 39 33 52 3 6 35 2,250 134 26 45 29 60 110 0 43(1 0 67 3.566 796 32 0 0 0 515 0 0 0 640 0 368 0 151 4,875 622 0 0 117 0 137 0 305 0 104 0 0 0 0 0 ---+ --------------+ I Total of sus 2,365 360 360 3,085 I I ,715 0 6,726 8,441 I District 3 T.D. 63 8 8 79 I 2,200 1,227 nl 4, 148 I I ASH 0 0 0 0 I D 32 0 32 I +.- -- -. -...................... -. --............... ..... --.. B-10

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Counties I FIVE-YEAR PROJECT10W TRANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of FlORIDA (in thou sonds ol current dollars) I fY 1991 I I I I Qperat i ng 1 .... State loeat Total ,..,_ Tot a l -------------------+ ---------------------------FDOT DJSTRlCT 4 Browtrd: BUS 3,300 2,412 41Z 6,124 3,na Z9,8ZZ 33,SSO RAil 0 0 T.D. 6 6 2,014 693 z.zzo 4,927 RSH 0 345 345 HOY (9) 3,894 433 4,327 0 Indian Riv:8US 0 0 t .o 0 164 106 260 530 Martin: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 1 55 Z5 143 3Z3 Pal m auch:BUS 2,540 3 18 318 3,176 1,756 15Z 5,668 7,576 RAIL 0 0 T.O. 170 15 Z8 Z13 616 616 RSH 0 Z3 Z3 46 HOV 29,750 3,306 33,056 0 St. BUS 0 0 J.D. Z7 z 4 33 85 1 7 10Z Dist.Wide: BUS 0 0 ------------+ I Tout of BUS 5,840 Z,73 0 730 9,300 5,484 15Z 35,490 41, 126 I Oistf'iet 4 U.ll 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.O. 197 17 38 zsz 2,418 824 3,25 6 6,498 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 368 Z3 391 I HOV 33,644 3,739 0 37,383 0 0 0 0 --------------------------------------------------- --------------------------------B-11

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Counties FlVEYEAR TRANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of fLORIDA
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COU'lt;es fiVE-YEAR TRAliSIT CAPtiAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FlORIDA
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COU"'ties FIVE-YEAR PROJECTION T RANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE O F FLORI D A (In (hou$nds of curren t dot l a .rs) FY 1991 1------: ------.--.. -.... --... -.-... ........... .... .............. capt tat Operatin g Fed St ate local Tota l Fed. S tate Local Total --------------------------------+ F OOT DISTRICT 1 Hernendo: sus 0 0 T .0. 0 69 2 46 117 Hillsboro. :SUS 5 ,184 622 9 17 6,m t ,970 500 22. 534 25,004 RAIL 0 0 T.D. 0 376 467 663 1,506 RSH 0 3 9 39 78 Pasc o : B U S 520 65 65 650 264 324 588 1.0. 197 24 24 245 4 2 5 124 336 885 Pinellas: sus t ,480 185 335 2,0 00 2,50 0 390 15,835 1a,ns RAIL 0 0 T .D. 0 5 0 0 1,226 1,726 Dlst.VIde: sus 0 0 I Tota l of BUS 7 184 872 1,31 7 9,373 4,734 890 38,693 44,317 I District 7 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.O. 19 7 24 2 4 2 4 5 1 370 593 2,271 4,234 I R S H 0 0 0 0 0 39 3 9 78 -----------------------+ CENTRAL sus (It) I 0 I 2 5 200 225 ( I O FFICE TOS(I2> 1 2 431 379 378 3,188 I 1,944 1, 944 3,888 I I (Statew ide) RSH I 0 I 0 I TOTAL STATE BUS I 30, 9 0 9 5,905 4,340 41,15 4 28,5 74 3,651 224,80 8 2 57,033 RAIL I 97,044 29,252 9 635 135 931 2 989 0 45,974 48,963 r.o. I 2 102 219 311 2,632 15,768 8,485 16,283 40,536 TDSCI3ll 2,431 379 378 3,188 4 ,1 7 6 0 13,533 1 7 .709 RSH I 0 0 0 0 0 746 139 885 NOV I 33,644 3,739 0 37,383 0 0 0 0 ======= =========================================================================================== B-14

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PROJECTION TRMSIT CAPCTAL AMD oPOAfiNC
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Countfts flVEYEAR PROJCltOM TAANStT CAPtrAL A.ND OPERATING COSTS STATE OF flO RIDA (in of current dol l ars) f'( 1992 1Capital Operating I Fed. State Local Total Fed. State Local Total ----------- ---FOOT DISTRICT 2 Alachua : BUS 1.309 164 164 1,637 633 3,658 4,291 T.O. 0 267 437 510 1,214 Baker: BU$ 0 0 I .D. 0 78 20 18 116 Bradford: BUS 0 0 1.0. 0 75 78 13 166 Clay: BUS 0 0 r.o. 0 91 42 49 182 Coll.lr'Oi.a: BUS 0 0 T.D.(5) 0 0 Dixie: BUS 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 3 1 20 52 owal: BUS 1,945 243 243 2,431 1,989 228 18,146 20,363 RA1L(7) 0 428 2,868 3,296 I D 0 64 5 514 583 RSH 0 3 5 35 70 Gilchrist: BU$ 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 0 Hamil ton: BUS 0 0 T.D.(S) 0 0 Lafayette: BUS 0 0 T D 0 23 41 3 61 Levy : BUS 0 0 T.D.(6) 0 0 Madison: BUS 0 0 I .D. 0 97 59 55 211 Nassau: BUS 0 0 1.0. 0 201 97 61 359 Putnam : BUS 0 0 1.0. 0 176 24 22 222 St Johns: BUS 0 0 T.D 0 191 102 25 318 Suwai'VWC: ..,. 0 0 1.0.(5) 0 404 70 223 691 ... 0 33 33 66 Taylor: BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 12 1 74 69 264 u nion: IWS 0 0 1.0. 0 50 50 24 124 Oist.\Ude: BUS 154 154 0 +----- I Total of BUS 3,254 5 6 1 407 4,222 2,62:2 2 28 2 1,804 24,654 I District 2 RAIL 0 0 0 0 428 0 2,868 3,296 I 1.0. 0 0 0 0 1,674 941 1, 516 4,131 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 68 68 136 + 8-16

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COU'Iti et f(VEYEAR PIOJECTJON TRAHSIT CAPtfAL AIIO OPEJtAfiN C COSfS STATE OF FLORIDA tin thouhnd:s of current dolhrt) rv 1992 1 --------------------------------------------------capital Operating I .......... -......................... ... --------.. -... --............. -- Fed. State Local TOtll F ed. S tate Loca l Tota l -------------------------------------- --------------lOOT DISTRICT 3 8.a)': -0 0 T.O. 240 30 30 300 240 212 452 IUS 0 0 T .0. 0 30 41 71 Escenbia: BUS 619 88 171 ara 1,310 2,4S7 l, 767 T.O. 0 568 267 835 RSH 0 34 34 franklin: ..... 0 0 T.O. 0 0 Godsdon: 81JS 0 0 T.O. 0 249 15 1 141 541 Gulf: ..... 0 0 T.O. 0 0 Mot.n: IUS 0 0 T .0.(8) 0 4&4 161 ZT 672 J IIC1tSCW'l: 8US 0 0 T .O. 0 94 245 48 387 Jtf ft-t'$on: ..... 0 D T.O. 0 73 44 41 158 ..... 0 431 4,834 S,26S T .0. 0 321 40 29Z 653 RSH 0 0 Liberty: IUS 0 0 T .0. 0 58 34 31 123 Oltaloos.a: BUS 0 0 I T .0. 0 26 63 144 I Santa losa:BUS 0 0 I T.O. 0 166 39 115 no I Wakulla: BUS 0 D I T.O. 0 71 37 1 109 I \!a lton: IUS 0 0 I T.0.(8) 0 0 I \lashington:8US 0 0 I T.D.(8) 0 0 I Oi$t.W ide: BUS 110 110 0 I I totl of BUS 619 198 171 988 I 1, 741 0 7,291 9,1rn I Oiatriet 3 t.D. 240 30 30 300 I 2,309 1,289 rsa C.,l56 I I 0 0 0 0 I 0 34 0 34 I +-----------------------------------------B-17

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countie.$ flVEYEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAl oPERATING COSTS STATE OF flORIDA
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Count It-$ FJVEYEAR PROJECTION TlAN$1T CAPITAL AMO OPtRAliNG COSTS $TATE 01 ILORIOA ( t n of dollrs) fY 1992 1 ----------+ Capital Operating 1------------++ ,od, Stt Local Total Fed. State L oc.al Totl +++ -----------+ fOOT 0(S1RICT $ 8reovrd: 8US 0 0 T .0. 1,360 170 170 1,100 1,375 2.187 3,56Z RSM 0 66 66 132 Ch.rus: 8US 0 0 T.O. 0 12! 42 91 261 Fl ag:ler: sus 0 0 T .D. 0 180 29 31 240 Lake: sus 0 0 T .0. 0 304 284 7 2 660 M rion : SUS 0 0 T.O. 0 234 91 2 327 Orqe: 8US (10) 2.019 413 252 2,684 1,569 299 10,076 11.944 RAIL 0 0 T.O 0 741 707 352 1,1100 R$11 0 31 3 1 62 oseeola: BUS (10) 0 0 T .0. 0 239 152 391 Seainole: sus ( 10) 0 0 T .0. 0 248 161 409 SUIIter: BUS 0 0 r.o. 0 (11 25 3 139 Volusia: BUS zoo 25 25 250 1.769 3,028 4, 797 T.O. 0 565 75 104 744 RSH 0 11 11 22 D fst.Wide: 8US 60 60 0 --------------------------------------------------------I Total of BUS 2,219 498 2n 2,994 1.138 299 13,104 16.741 I District 5 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.O. 1,360 1 70 170 1,700 125 1,566 2,842 a,sn I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 108 103 216 + ------------------- ---B -19

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Counties FIVE-YEAR PROJCfi0W TRANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERATIN G COST$ STATE OF flORIDA Cin thousands of QH"rent do-lltrs) n 1-------------------------------C4Pital Operttfng 1-----rod. Sute Loca l Totll Fed. Local Total ----------+---+ I fDO T DISTRICT 6 I I I O..S.: 80S 19,n6 2,445 2,465 24,646 I 7,l54 2, 714 121,474 131,542 I I RAIL 5,276 6,70l 2,282 14,261 I 2,720 47.494 50,214 I I t.D. 269 67 336 I 2,518 2,818 4,873 10.209 I I RSH 0 I l26 50 l76 I I Monroe: IUS 0 I 0 I I T.O. 0 I 176 663 039 I I Dist.!J i de: 80S 0 I 0 I -----------------------------------Total of 80S 19,716 2,465 2,465 2A,646 7,354 2 714 121, 474 1l1,54 2 Distrfet 6 RAIL 5,276 6,703 2,202 14,261 2 ,no 0 47,494 S0,214 T.O. 269 0 67 336 2,694 2,81 8 5,S36 11,048 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 326 50 376 -------------------------------------8-20

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Counties fiVEYfAR PROJECTION TRAXSIT CAPITAL ANO OPElAl1NC COSTS ST4TE Of flORIDA (in c.f wr-r-ent doll,.., capital Operating 1 --+--I FOOT DISTRICT 7 He-mando: BUS T.D. II ill sboro. :Ell$ RAil T .0. RSH Pase.o: BUS T .0. Pinellas: BUS RAil T.D Oist.W tde: IUS lotat of 1!11$ I District 7 RAil I J.D. I RSH Fed. 6,659 267 218 2,594 9,520 0 218 0 State :s. 27 324 I,:S. 2 0 27 0 1,077 34 27 474 1,585 0 27 0 Toul 0 0 8,720 0 0 0 335 272 3,392 0 0 0 12,447 0 272 0 Fed. State Locel Tota l 0 72 z 48 IZZ 1,970 353 25,476 27,1'99 0 396 490 696 113 113 226 275 :S.3 6 1 8 446 130 353 929 2,500 390 16,915 19,805 0 500 1,313 1,813 0 4.745 743 42,734 48,ZZZ 0 0 0 0 1,414 622 2,410 '"6 0 113 113 226 ----+ + I CENTRAl. BUS c11 >I 0 95 z. 178 2,273 I I OFFICE TDS(I2> 1 2 ,431 1 ,6<9 378 4,438 I 1,944 2,000 I, 944 5,888 I I (Statettidd RSH I 0 I 499 499 I .. TOTAL STATE BtJS I 46 ,654 8 861 6 ,320 61,835 29. t 12 6,513 251,267 286,912 RAil I 5,276 6,703 2,282 14 ,261 3,148 0 50,362 53,51 0 T.O. I 2,37'9 255 345 2,979 16,574 9,197 17,162 42,933 fi)S(I3ll 2,431 1,629 378 4,434 4,311 2,000 14,176 20.487 I 0 0 0 0 0 1,403 283 1,686 HOY I 19,398 2,155 0 21.553 0 0 0 0 ......... 8-21

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Ccx.ntiea FIVEYEAR PROJECTlON TRANSlT CAPITAL ANO OPERATING COSTS STATE O F FLORIDA On tnQLi$&!'1d$ ol current dollars) FY 1993 1 --------------------------------------------------------------CapfUl Operating 1-----------------------------------------------------Fed. SUte Lou I Total Fed. State local Total -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------FOOT DISTRICT I Ctlerlotte: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 160 51 60 Z71 Collier: BUS 0 IZO 60 60 v.o 1.0.(1) 38 5 5 48 349 65 85 499 RSH CZ) 0 0 O&soto : BUS 0 0 T.0.(3) 0 387 2 19 39 645 Gtade:s: BUS 0 0 T.0.(1) 0 0 Herd: BUS 0 0 T .0.(3) 0 0 Hendry: BUS 0 0 T .0.(1) 0 0 Highlands: BUS 0 0 T.D.(3) 0 0 le&: BUS 900 38 1,322 1,010 190 Z,880 4,080 T.D.C4> 0 0 RSH 0 1 0 1 0 20 Manatee: BUS 868 109 1 0 9 1 086 579 831 1,410 T .0. 0 192 488 192 872 Olceeehobee:BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 38 15 19 72 Polk: BUS 2,208 Z76 Z76 2,760 967 95 1, 218 2,280 T .0. 42 5 5 5Z Z62 86 284 632 Sarasota: BUS 0 1,455 75 1,976 3,506 T.O. 19 4 23 539 Z07 24 770 RSH 0 30 30 60 Dist.\.lide: ..,. liZ 112 0 ------------------------------------------------------------+ Total of "'s 3,976 535 769 5,Z80 4,131 4ZO 6,965 1 1,51 6 I I District 1 T.D. 99 10 14 123 I 1,927 1, 131 703 3 761 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 40 40 80 I ----------------+-----------------------------------------------------+ B-22

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COI.ntf FlYEYEAA TRANSCT CAPtTAl AND OPERATING COST$ STATE 0, FLORIDA Ctn thOU8rda of cur,.ent dollars) fY 1993 1---------------------------------Capital Openting 1------------------------Fed. Loca l Tout Fed. State Local ToUt +- ------------------------------FDOf DISTAICf 2 Aleehuo : BUS 1,187 14$ 14$ 1,483 633 1,m 4,41 0 T.D. 0 280 459 536 Iaker: BUS 0 0 f .D. 0 82 21 19 122 I radford: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 78 82 14 174 Chy: 8US 0 0 T.D. 0 95 44 52 191 CotP.IIIbb: 8US 0 0 T .O.CS> 0 0 Di x i e : 8U$ 0 0 T .0.(6) 0 32 21 1 54 OW. I: 1111$ 1,864 2,330 1,989 230 19,790 22,009 lAtL(7) 0 450 3,01 1 3,461 T .0. 0 64 5 544 613 0 3 7 37 74 Cflchriat: BUS 0 0 T.0.<6l 0 0 HOIII t ton: BUS 0 0 T.0.(5) 0 0 Loftyette: 8US 0 0 T .0. 0 24 43 3 70 l.ovy : IUS 0 0 T.0.(6) 0 0 M adhon: IUS 0 0 1.0. 0 102 62 58 222 NUIIU: IUS 0 0 1 .0. 0 211 102 64 )77 rut,_: 1111$ 0 0 T 0. 0 184 26 23 233 St Johnt; eus 0 0 T .D. 0 200 107 27 ])4 BUS 0 0 T.D .(S) 0 424 73 234 731 0 35 35 70 taylor: eus 0 0 T.D. 0 127 78 72 277 Unfon: 8US 0 0 1.0. 0 52 52 26 130 Olat. W i de: BUS 110 110 0 ---------------------------------------------------------------Toul of BUS 3,.0St 491 381 3,923 2,622 23 0 23,567 26,419 Dfttdct 2 AAIL 0 0 0 0 45 0 0 3,011 3,461 T O 0 0 0 0 751 988 1,S98 4,337 RSM 0 0 0 0 0 72 n 144 B -23

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Col.ntlet$ FlVEYEAR PROUECltON TRANSIT CAPITAL ANO OPERATING OOSTS STATE CF FlORIDA ( i n thousands of cu rrent dollars) H 1993 I Capital Operating 1--------------Fed. state Loeal Total Fed State Local Total ------- FOOT DISTRICT 3 8ay: BUS 0 D T.O. 0 251 223 474 ca lhOU"' BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 32 42 74 Esc811bie: BUS 250 54 240 544 752 3,D42 3,794 T.O. 0 596 281 877 RSH 0 36 36 Franklin: BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 0 GWdtn: BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 261 159 148 568 GuU: BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 0 Holmts: BUS 0 0 T .D.CS> 0 508 169 28 705 Jackson: BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 99 257 50 406 Jefferson: BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 76 47 4 3 166 L eon: BUS 2 ,069 345 345 2,759 466 5,221 5,687 T .D. 0 337 43 306 686 RSH 0 0 L ibtrty: BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 61 36 3 2 129 Okaloosa: BUS 0 0 T.o. 0 27 58 67 152 sante Ron:BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 175 40 121 336 Vakulla: BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 74 39 1 114 Val ton: BUS 0 0 T .D.(8) 0 0 Vas.hington:BUS 0 0 T.D.(8 ) 0 0 Oi$t.VIde : 8US 79 79 0 Total of BUS 2,319 478 585 3,382 I 1, 218 0 8,26 3 9,481 I I District 3 T.D. 0 0 0 0 I 2,423 1,355 795 4,573 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 36 0 36 I +

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count ie-.s FIVEYEAR PROJECTION TRAXSIT CAPITAl AMD OPERATING COS!$ STATE Of flORIDA (tn thouiarlds of current doUtrs> fY 1993 1--------------------------------------+ capital Operetin i 1 -------------------------------fed. State local ToUt fed. State loc; a l Total +-----++ fOOT DISTRICT 4 lrowa.rd: 8IJS 3,3CIO 412 412 4,124 1,na 35,015 38,743 RAIL 0 0 T.D. 6 6 2,193 764 2,474 S,4l1 0 30 30 HOV (9) 0 0 Indian Riv:BUS 0 0 T.D. 0 181 117 286 584 Harti n : 80S 0 0 T.O. 0 171 27 157 355 Pal 8each:8US 4,86S 611 611 6, 107 1,756 325 6,618 8,699 RAIL 0 0 t .D. 125 11 20 156 679 679 RSN 0 0 -0 0 St. lucie: BUS 800 100 100 1,000 162 162 324 T.O. 0 94 19 113 Dist.Wide: BUS 163 163 0 +-------------------+ Total of aus 8,985 1,286 1 ,123 11,394 5,646 325 41,795 47,766 District 4 RAll 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T .0. 125 11 26 16 2 2,639 908 3,615 7,162 0 0 0 0 0 30 0 30 MOV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 +------------------------------8-25

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Cat.nties FIVEYEAR TRANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of FLORlOA (in thousands of current dollars> FY 1993 1--------------------------------------------------------I capital I Operating I 1--------------------------------------Fed. sute L=l Total I Fed. State Total I ---------------------------------------------------FOOT DISTRICT 5 Brev a r d: BUS 0 0 T.O. 1,440 339 180 1,959 1,500 2,312 3 812 ... 0 69 69 138 Citrus : BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 134 44 96 274 ftagler: IIUS 0 0 T .0. 0 IIW 30 33 252 L.ke: IIUS 0 0 T .0. 0 319 298 76 693 Marion: IIUS 0 0 T .0. 0 246 95 2 343 Orange : MJS (10) 800 100 100 1,000 1 ,569 299 11,031 12,899 AAIL 0 0 T .0. 0 776 742 3n 1,890 RSH 0 32 32 64 Osceola: BUS (10) 0 0 T .0. 0 250 160 410 Somtnole: MJS ( 10) 0 0 T.O. 0 261 168 429 Sunter: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 117 26 3 146 Volust: BUS 875 109 109 1,093 1,946 3,267 5 ,213 T .D. 0 594 78 110 782 RSH 0 12 II 23 Oist.Wide: BUS 0 0 ----------------------------------------------------I Total of BUS 1,67S 209 209 2,093 3,515 299 14,298 18,112 I District 5 RAIL. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T .0. 1,440 339 180 1,959 4,386 1,641 3,004 9,031 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 113 112 225 ------- ----------------------------------8-26

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counties FIVE-YEAR PROJECTION T R A N SIT CAPITAL AHD OPIAATlN C COST$ STA T E Of FLORIDA (In thou:sards of c.w'rent doltf'U 199 3 I Capital operatin g 1 ----+-----+ Fod. Local Totel Fod. State Loc8l Toto\ +-------------- fOOT Ol$llt1Cf 6 Oede: sus 11,061 2,2S9 2,259 RAIL 1,299 S,973 1,385 LO. 269 67 A$11 I'Oiv"oe: 8U$ r .o. Ofst Wfd.: BUS n,su a,6S7 336 0 0 0 0 7,S10 2,639 2,61.4 1 85 2,688 2,9<4 429 137,678 1'7,876 50,618 Sl,257 5,117 10,705 140 569 0 696 881 0 + I Tota l o f 8U$ 1 8,068 2,25 9 Z 259 Z2,S86 7 ,5t0 2,688 1 37,678 147,876 I Olscriet 6 ltA1L 1,299 5,973 1,38-5 8,657 2,63 9 0 50,618 53,257 I T.O 269 0 6 7 336 2,829 2, 944 5,813 11,586 I 0 0 0 0 0 429 140 569 B-27

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fJVEYEAR PROJ ECTION TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (i" thousands of current dollars) Fr 1993 capital Operating 1 -------------------------------------------------Fed. Stato Total Fed. State Loe:at Total FOOT DISTRICT 7 Hernando: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 76 2 50 12 8 H illsboro. :BUS 6,52 8 9S8 8,444 1,970 531 26,831 29,332 RAIL 0 0 T .D. 0 415 51 5 731 1 ,661 RSH 0 0 Pt$CO: BUS 267 34 34 335 290 358 648 T.O. 80 10 10 100 468 137 371 976 Plnelles: BUS 2,192 274 424 2 890 2,5 0 0 390 18,059 20,949 RAIL 0 0 T.O. 0 500 1,404 1,904 O lst.Vide: BUS 0 0 ----------- --------------------------------------------------I Total of BUS 8,987 1 266 1,41 6 11,669 4,760 921 45,248 50,929 I Distric t 7 RAIL 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 T .D. 80 10 10 100 1 ,459 654 2,55 6 4,669 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 -------------------+ -------------------------------CENTRAL BUS (11)1 0 I 95 3,732 3,827 I I OFFICE TOS(12) I 2,431 829 378 3,638 I 1 ,944 2,000 1,944 5,888 I I
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Counties FIVE-YEAR PROJECtiO N lRANSlf CAPITAl AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of F lORIDA (in thousands o f current dollars) FY 1 994 1--+ C apital Operat i n g ) -------+ I Fed State Loca l rout I Fed. state Local T o t a l + -++ + fOOT DlSTRICT 2 Alacllua: BUS 36 36 633 3,896 4,529 r.o 0 295 482 S62 1 339 B.ak er: BUS 0 0 '.o. 0 86 22 2 0 12a Bradford : BUS 0 0 J D. 0 82 86 15 183 Clay: BUS 0 0 J.D. 0 1 0 0 ... 54 200 Coll.lltJia: BUS 0 0 1.0.(5) 0 0 Dixie: sus 0 0 T .D.(6) 0 34 22 57 Duvat: sus 2,090 336 261 2,687 1,989 231 21,569 23,789 RA1L(7) 0 4 73 3, 1 61 3,634 T D. 0 64 5 5 7 4 643 ASH 0 39 39 78 Gitehrbt: sus 0 0 T .0. (61 0 0 Hamil ton: BIJS 0 0 1.0.(5) 0 0 L afayette: BIJS 0 0 T.O. 0 26 45 3 74 Levy: BIJS 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 0 Madison: sus 0 0 T.D. 0 107 65 60 232 Nassau: sus D 0 T D. 0 221 107 67 395 Putnam: sus 0 0 r.o. 0 1 94 27 24 245 S t Johns: sus 0 0 T.D. 0 210 1 1 2 2a 350 Suwomce: sus 0 0 T .0.(51 0 445 77 21,4 768 RSH 0 37 36 73 Taylor: sus 0 0 T.O. 0 1 34 8 1 76 291 Union : sus 0 0 T .0. 0 55 5 5 27 137 Dist.\li de: sus 0 0 + + TOt
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COI.rltie$ PROJECTiON TRANSIT CAPIT A L AND OPERATING COSTS STATE O F FLORtOA (in thousands of current dollar$) FY 1994 C apital Ope rating 1 ------------------------------+ Fed. State Local Tout Fed. Stat e Loca l Total -------------------------------------------------FOOT DISTRICT 3 I Bay : ws 0 0 I 1 .D 0 264 234 498 I C alhoun ws 0 0 I T.O. 0 33 45 78 I Escant:aia: IUS 250 56 259 565 74 7 3,283 4,030 I l.O. 0 6 2 6 295 921 I RSH 0 38 38 I Franklin: ws 0 0 I T.D. 0 0 I Gadsden : ws 0 0 I T D 0 274 167 155 596 I Cut f : ws 0 0 I T D. 0 0 I HOliDK: ws 0 0 I T 0 (8) 0 533 178 3 0 741 I Jackson: ws 0 0 I T.D. 0 104 270 52 426 I Jefferson: ws 0 0 I T .D. 0 80 49 45 174 I Lean: sus 0 5 0 3 5,63 8 6 1 4 1 l T .0. 4 1 3 69 69 551 354 45 322 7l1 I RSH 0 0 I L iberty: ws 0 0 l 1 .D. 0 64 38 34 136 I ot:.aloo$a: ws 0 0 I l D. 0 29 60 70 1 59 I Santa Rosa :8US 0 0 I T.O. 0 184 42 127 3 53 I \lak.ulla: ws 0 0 I T .0. 0 78 41 1 1 20 I Walton: BUS 0 0 I T .0.(8) 0 0 I llashington:8US 0 0 l T .0.(8) 0 0 I Oi$t.Wide: BUS 79 79 0 I ----------------------------------------I Total o f ws 2 5 0 13 5 259 64< 1, 250 0 8.921 10,171 I D istr;ct l T.O. 413 69 69 55 1 2,545 1 423 835 4,803 I I s 0 0 0 0 0 38 0 38 I B-31

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FtVEYEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPlTAL 00 OPERATING COST S STAT Of FLORIDA (in thousands of cu rrent do llars) FY 1994 1 -----------Capital Operat i ng 1-----------------------------------+ ---------------------------------+ I Fed. State Local Total 1 Fed. Stat e Loca l Tota l 1 +----------------------+---------------------------------------+-------------------------------------+ F OOT DIS TRICT 4 8roward: BUS RAIL T .0. ASH HOV (9) Indian Ri'I:BUS T .D. Mart in: BUS 1.0. Pal m BUc:h :BUS RAil 1.0. ASH HOV S t Lucie : BUS 1.0. Dist.Wide: BUS 3,300 4 1 2 4 1 2 7 1,920 240 240 800 100 100 163 4,124 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,400 0 0 0 0 1,000 0 163 3 ,ns 2 289 190 179 1 ,7S6 1 6 2 98 8 0 2 123 29 32S 3 7,903 2,611 3 01 16S 7,036 7 13 162 20 41,631 0 S,702 0 0 0 6 1 4 0 373 9,1 17 0 713 0 0 324 118 0 -------------------------------------------------------+-------------------------------I Total of BUS 6,020 91S 7S2 7,61J7 S,646 32S 4S, 10 1 S 1 ,0n I District 4 R A ( L 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.O. 0 0 7 7 2 .756 9S4 3,81 0 7 ,S20 I A S H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I HOV 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 + ---------------+ -------------------------------------+--------------------------------------B-32

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CO\ol"'t i es FIVEYEAR TRAJISIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COST S STAlE OF FLORIDA (in th ousands of cur ren t dollars) FY 1994 I capital 1----------------------------+ I fed. State loca l Tout I ..... State local Total. I +--------------+ --------------+ fOOT DISTRICT 5 B r evard: BUS 0 0 T .0. 1,520 190 190 1,900 1.750 2,562 4,31 2 RSM 0 73 73 146 Citrus: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 141 46 10 1 288 Flagler: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 199 32 34 265 Lake: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 335 313 80 728 Marion: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 259 100 2 361 Orange: BUS <10) 4,022 662 5 03 5,187 1,569 299 12 063 13,931 RAU. 0 0 T.O. 0 813 m 393 1,985 RSH 0 34 34 68 Osceola: BUS ( 10) 0 0 T.O. 0 263 168 431 Seminole: sus ( 10) 0 0 T.o. 0 2 74 1n 4 5 1 Suater: BUS 0 0 r.o. 0 122 28 3 1 53 VOLU$ia: BUS 940 118 118 1,176 2.139 3,525 5,664 T.O. 0 624 82 115 821 RSM 0 I Z 12 24 Oist.Wide: BUS 0 0 +--------------------------------------------------+ I Total o l BUS 4,962 780 621 6 363 3,708 299 15,588 19,595 I D istrict 5 RAlL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T .0. 1.520 190 190 1,900 4.780 1 725 3,290 9 795 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 119 119 238 +--- -+ 8 -33

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COIA'ttes I FIVE-YEAR PROJECTION lRANSlT CAPITAl AND OPERATING OOSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (tn thousandS of current dol lars) I FY 1994 I 1---------------------------------------------------------------------I C.pital I Operating I 1-----------------------------+---------------------------------I Fed State Loc:al Tot.l I Fed. SUite Loc:al Tota l I +------------------------------------------------------+-------------------------------------FOOT OI$TRtCT 6 Dade: BUS RAil T.O R S H Monrore: BUS T.D. o;st.w;de: sus 9,455 Z,4&8 m 1 182 1,182 11,819 7,132 6,966 16,586 75 374 0 0 0 0 7, 1 64 Z,688 147,599 157,451 3,070 66 ,860 69,930 Z,776 2,776 5,373 10,925 444 140 584 0 1 94 731 9ZS 0 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------+ I Total of eus 9 455 1,182 1,182 11,819 7,164 Z,688 147,599 157,451 I District 6 RAil 2,488 7,13Z 6,966 16,586 3,070 0 66,860 69,930 I T.O. m 0 75 374 2 ,970 Z,776 6,104 1 1,850 I 0 0 0 0 0 444 140 584 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------8 34

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counties PROJECTIOM TRAMS J T CAPITAL AMO OPERATING OOSTS STATE O F flORIDA Cin thousand$ of cur rent dollar$) F Y 1 994 CapiUl operating fed. Loca l T ota l fed. Stat e Local Total FOOT DIS T RICT 7 Hernando: eus l.O. H I l lsbc>ro. :BUS RAIL T. O R S H P asco: BUS l.O. P ine l las: BUS RAIL T. O Dht. Wtde: 8US 9,600 178 2 40 1 342 2 2 30 1 ,342 22 30 150 0 0 12,284 0 0 0 222 300 150 0 0 0 80 1,970 4 36 3 02 492 2,500 500 2 143 390 5 3 27,03 0 767 378 389 19 270 1,'99 0 1 35 29,000 0 1,744 0 680 1,024 22 1 60 0 1 999 0 I Tota l of sus 9,ns 1 364 1 ,51' 12,656 4,n2 390 46,678 51,840 I D i strt<:t 7 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T .0. 240 30 30 3 0 0 1 ,508 686 2,708 4,902 I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I CENTRAL BUS <11>1 0 I 95 2,183 2 278 I I OFFICE T0$<12>1 2,431 1, 629 3711 4 ,438 I 1,944 1,944 3,888 I I (Statewide) RSH I 0 I 306 306 I ===================== ======================================== ====================== = ==================== TOTAL S TATE BUS 34,92 9 s, 157 4 886 44,972 29, 7 60 7 205 296 63 1 3 3 3 596 A:Atl 2,488 7,132 6,966 16,586 3,543 0 7 0,021 73, 5 64 T.D. 2,697 3 1 5 401 3 ,413 18,421 9,768 19,167 47,356 T OS(13)j 2 43 1 1,629 3 7 8 4 ,438 4 ,702 0 15,665 20,367 RSH I 0 0 0 0 0 80 0 1 90 990 HOV I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 B-35

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Cou'lties FIVEYEAR PROJECTION T RANSIT CAPITAl AND OPERAT1MG COST S STATE OF FLORIDA (in t houunds of current dollars) FIVE-YEAR TOTAl (1990) 1-----------+ Capital Operat i ng 1--------------------- ---------------Fed. State Loca l total fed. Stat e local Total I ------------- + FOOT DISTRICT 1 I Charlotte: BUS 0 0 0 0 I 0 0 0 0 T D 0 0 0 0 I 763 245 286 1,294 toll ier: sus 0 0 0 0 I 360 180 180 no 1.0.(1) 203 26 26 255 I 1 ,666 3 1 0 405 2,381 (2) D 0 D 0 I 0 3 0 30 60 OHOtO: sus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 .0.(3) 0 0 0 0 1 ,848 1,047 185 3,080 Glades: sus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0.(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 H a rdee: sus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0.(3) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Hendry : sus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0.(1) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Highlands: sus 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T .0.(3) 0 D D 0 0 0 D 0 lH: sus 7,068 994 2,830 1 0 892 5,410 1,234 12,494 19,138 1.0.(4) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 106 106 212 Manatee : sus 3,58Z 449 449 4,480 2,805 0 4 045 6,850 1.0. 0 0 0 0 912 2,410 9 1 2 4 ,234 Okeechobee:BUS 0 D D 0 0 D 0 0 1.0. 0 0 0 0 1 81 69 92 342 Polk: sus 4,788 648 598 6,034 4,436 302 5,690 10,428 T.D. 367 46 46 459 1 ,248 404 1,366 3 0 18 Sarosota: sus 4,400 550 550 5,500 6,543 251 9,024 15 8 1 8 T.O. 88 0 20 108 2 ,sn 982 120 3,674 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 120 12 0 240 Dbt:.W1de: sus 0 379 0 379 0 0 0 0 + + I Tota l of BUS 19,838 3,020 4,427 27,285 I 19,554 1,967 31,433 52,954 I I D istrict 1 T .D. 658 n 92 822 I 9,190 5,467 3,366 18,023 I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 256 2 5 6 5 1 2 I ---------------------------------------------B-36

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Counties f1lOT DISTRICT 2 Alachua : BUS T .0. Baker: BUS T.O. Bradfo rd: BUS T.O. C l ay: SUS T .0. Col llft)ia: sus T .0.(5) Di xie: BUS T .0.(6) OLNol: BUS RAIL (7) T .0. RSK GHchdst: SUS T .0.(6) Hamil ton: BUS T.0.(5) Lafayette: BUS T.O. L evy : BUS T .0.(6) Madl$on: BUS T.D. Nos.sau: SUS T .0, Putnam: BUS T.O. St Johns: BUS T.O. SUW3'nnee : BUS T .0.(5) R S H Tay lor: BUS T .0. Union: SUS T .0. Dist.Wide: BUS rout of sus D i s t rict 2 RAIL 1.0. R S H 2,820 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10,518 95,558 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 0 1 3,338 95,558 0 0 FIVE-YEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (ln o f c urre nt dollars) FIVEYEAR TOTAL (1990) Capital 39 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,390 1 5,926 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 264 2,045 15,926 0 0 355 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,315 1 5,926 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 0 1,670 15,926 0 0 B-37 3,566 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,223 127,410 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I o I o I o I o I o I o I 264 1 17,053 127, .. \ 0 0 0 3,165 1,339 0 390 0 374 0 4 5 4 0 0 0 154 9,945 1,516 320 0 0 0 0 0 0 116 0 0 0 487 0 1,006 0 882 0 956 0 2,025 0 0 608 0 249 0 13,110 1,516 8,383 0 O perating 0 2, 191 0 100 0 390 0 210 0 0 0 100 1,092 0 25 177 0 0 0 0 0 205 0 0 0 295 0 -0 122 0 5 10 0 349 167 0 370 0 249 0 1,092 0 4,712 344 18,305 2,557 0 91 0 67 0 247 0 0 0 5 9t ,392 10, 144 2 579 177 0 0 0 0 0 14 0 0 0 275 0 305 0 110 0 127 0 1,117 165 0 344 0 123 0 1 09,697 10,144 7,605 342 21,470 6,087 0 581 0 831 0 911 0 0 0 259 102,429 11,660 2,924 354 0 0 0 0 0 335 0 0 0 1,057 0 I 797 0 1' 114 0 I ,593 0 3,491 3 32 0 I ,32 2 0 621 0 1 23,899 11,660 2 0,700 686

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Coc.anttet FJVEYEAR PROJ ECTION TRAHSIT CAPITAl ANO OPERATIN G COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousands of cu r rent dollars) fiVEYEAR TOTAl ( 1 990) 1-----------------------------------------------------+ Capital Operating 1-----------------------Fed. State toeat Total Fed. S tate Loeal Total -- ----FOOT DISTRICT 3 Say: BUS T .D. calhoun BUS T .0. Escatl'bia: sus T .0. UK F r ankl i n: sus T.D. Gadsden: sus T .D. Gulf : BUS r.o. Hot.s: sus T.0.(8) J ackson: SUS T.D. Jefferson: sus T .0. Loon: sus T .0. ISH Llbe,ty: BIJS T.O. Okaloosa: SUS T.D. Santa Rosa:aus T.D. vakulla: BUS T.D. wat t on : sus T .0.(8) W as.hington:SVS T.D. <8> O i st.Wi dc: SUS 0 304 0 0 2,069 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,165 532 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 38 0 0 3 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 671 84 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 D 268 0 38 0 0 789 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 D 0 D 0 D 0 671 84 0 0 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D 0 0 380 0 0 3, 1 75 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5,507 700 0 D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 268 0 1,200 D 1 5 1 5 ,370 2,845 0 0 0 0 1 ,247 0 0 0 2,425 0 473 0 365 2,169 1,608 0 0 29 1 0 130 0 835 0 355 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,064 0 203 8 1,342 171 0 0 0 758 D 0 0 8 07 0 1,227 0 222 0 204 50 0 1n 0 275 0 192 0 186 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,159 0 0 0 0 0 705 0 0 0 13 5 0 238 0 205 24,313 1,463 0 0 154 0 318 0 577 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,264 D 354 18,537 4,187 171 0 0 0 2,710 0 0 0 3,367 0 1 938 0 792 26,482 3,27S 50 0 617 0 m 0 1 604 0 546 0 0 0 0 0 --------------------------------------------I Total of sus I D istrict 3 T.D. I RSH 6,234 836 0 1 ,256 122 0 1,460 122 0 8,950 1 7,539 1.oao 1 n,s7o o 1 o 8 6,466 221 37,472 3,795 0 45,019 1 21,831 1 221 1 + ------------------------------+ B-38

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Counties fJVEYEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAL ANO OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousDnds of dollr$) fiYE't'EAa TOTAL (1990) 1----------------------+ Capital operati ng 1---------- Fod. $tat9 L.oe-al Total fed. State Loc:al Total I + FDDT OISTIUCT 4 Brow.ard: ws 16,500 6,142 2,060 24.702 18,640 0 162,557 181,197 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 31 31 10,528 3,6&7 11,749 2S, 924 RSH 0 0 0 0 125 998 0 I, 1 23 HOV (9) 49,733 6,126 0 55,859 0 0 0 0 Indian Sl:iv:QUS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 865 558 1,367 2,790 Hartin: ws 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 816 13 0 151 1,697 Palm Buch:BUS 13,216 1 652 1,652 16,520 8,780 1,106 30,676 40.562 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 649 57 105 811 132 0 3,108 3 240 ASH 0 0 0 0 0 16 76 152 HOV 30,209 3,357 0 33,566 0 0 0 0 St. Luele: BUS 2,498 312 312 3,122 324 0 324 648 T .o. 51 6 6 63 447 0 90 537 Dist.'olide: ws 0 553 0 553 0 0 0 0 ------ I Total of BUS 32,214 8,659 4,024 44,897 27,744 \.106 193.557 2Z2,407 1 I District 4 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I I T .D. 700 63 142 905 12,788 4,33S 17,065 34,188 I I ASH 0 0 0 0 125 1,074 76 1,275 I I HOV 79,942 9,483 0 89,425 0 0 0 0 I -- B-39

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Count f es FIVEYEAR PROJECTION TRANSIT CAPITAl AHO OPERATING COSTS STATE OF FLORID A Cfn thousnds of doll rs> FIVE-YEAR TOTAL ( 1990-1994) 1-----------------------------------Capital Operating 1--------------------------------------------------f!. State Loul Total Ft. State local Total I ----------------------------------------FOOT DISTRICT 5 B reVl\rd: IIIJS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.D. 6,800 1,009 850 8,659 6,875 0 10,"5 17,810 RSH D D 0 0 0 331 331 662 citrus: IIIJS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T .0. D 0 0 D 641 210 458 1,309 Fl"lc:r: IIIJ$ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T .0. 0 0 0 0 904 144 156 1,204 Lake: 80S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T. O 0 0 0 0 1,522 1,422 363 3,307 Mar ion : 80S 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 1,176 454 1 0 1,640 Orang;e: BUS (10> 12,276 1,958 1,612 15,846 7,845 1,495 50,733 60,073 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 3,?14 3, 5<4 1,763 9 ,021 0 0 0 0 0 169 154 323 Osceo la: BUS ( 10) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 1,195 763 0 1,958 se.fnole: BUS ( 10) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 0 0 0 0 1,245 805 0 2 ,050 SUirter: BUS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 J.D. 0 0 0 0 557 1 26 1 3 696 v o lusia: BUS 7,1S S 896 896 8,947 8,932 0 15,229 2 4 ,161 T .D. 0 0 0 0 2 ,835 374 5 22 3 731 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 56 54 110 Oist. Wide: BUS 0 60 0 60 0 0 0 0 --------------------------------- -------------I Total of IIIJ$ 19,431 2,91 4 2,508 24,853 16,771 1,495 65,962 84,234 I D i st,.ict 5 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I T.O. 6,800 1,009 850 8,659 20,664 7,842 14,220 4Z,n6 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 556 539 1,095 -------------------------------------B 40

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I I I I I I FOOT OISTI UCl 6 Dade: ws RAIL T.D. RSH sus T.D Dis t.Wide: B U S FJVEYEAR P ROJECTlON TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPEAATING COSTS SlAtE OF FLORIDA (in thousands of c u rrent dollars) FIVEYEAR TOTAL ( 1990 1 994) 1----------------------------I I Operating I ++ Fed State Local Tota l Fed. State Loc:ol Total I I 6 1,677 7 711 7,71 1 77,099 35 225 11,578 615,580 662,383 I 8 1,696 53,321 13,596 148,613 13,700 0 253,334 267,034 I 1,375 0 343 1, 7 1 8 1 2 620 13,220 24,424 50,264 1 0 0 0 0 0 1, 759 378 2,137 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I 207 26 26 259 883 0 3 322 4,205 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I +---------------- ---------------------- -------------------------+ 1 Total of BUS I District 6 RAIL I T.O. I RSH 6 1,6n 81,696 1,582 0 7,711 53, 321 26 0 7, 711 13 596 369 0 n,o99 148,61 3 1,9n 0 35,225 13,700 \3,503 0 11,578 0 13,220 1, 759 615,580 253 334 27,746 378 662,383 1 267,034 1 54 469 1 2, 137 1 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+ B 41

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CO\.I'lties FIVE-YEAR lR.ANStT A.NO COSTS STAlE OF FLORIDA (in thousandS of current dollars) FIVE-YEAR TOTAL (1990) 1 ------------+ Capital Oporati M 1+----+ Fed. State local Total Fed State Local Total +---------------+-----------------+ FOOl DISlRJCT 7 He-rnando: IIIJS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T .0. 0 0 0 0 363 10 2411 613 H i lsboro. :SUS 32,291 4,428 5,168 41,687 9,850 2, 106 121,435 133,391 RAil 0 800 400 t,200 0 0 0 0 T.o 0 0 0 0 1,982 2,458 3,488 7,928 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 430 19 1 621 IIIJS 1,248 157 157 1,562 1,328 98 1,525 2,951 1.0. 1,008 1 25 1 25 1,258 2 236 6 5 2 1,769 4,657 Pineltas: IIIJS 7' 74tl 967 1, 767 10,474 12,516 1,950 84,984 99,450 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1.0. 199 0 50 249 2,500 0 6,586 9,086 Dl$t.Wf6e: IIIJS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 + -+---------------+ Total of IIIJ$ 41,279 5,552 7,092 53,9Z3 23,694 4,154 207,944 235,192 District 7 RAil 0 800 400 1 ,21)0 0 0 0 0 T .0. 1,207 1 25 175 1,507 7,081 3,120 12,083 22,284 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 4 3 0 19 1 621 ++ --------------------+ I CEJflRAl IIIJS ( 11) I 0 0 0 0 I 339 8,943 0 9,282 I OFFICE TOS(12>1 12,143 4,856 1,887 18,886 I 9,no 4,280 10,000 24,000 I I RSH I 0 0 0 0 I 0 1,710 0 1 7 1 0 I .. TOTA L S T AlE IIIJS 194,011 31, 157 28,892 254 060 143,982 30,343 1,261,645 1,435,970 RAIL 177,254 70,047 29,922 2n.m 15,216 0 263,478 278,694 T .D. 1 1,783 1 ,417 1, 7SO 14,950 83,179 45, 162 85,880 214,221 TO S(13>1 12 143 4,856 1,887 18,886 21,552 4,280 71,287 97,119 RSH I 0 0 0 0 125 5,229 901 6,255 HOV I 79,942 9,483 0 89,425 0 0 0 0 NOlES: (1) GladH and Hendry l .0. (transportation disadvantaged tran$1t s.rvicc$) arc in Coltter County. (2) RSK Rideshar e (3) T.D. arc Included In DeSoto County (4) Lee County J.D operating is included in bus operating. (5) Coll.lltJia and Hilton are in Suwannee County. <6> Gilchrist and Levy l.O. are included in Dixi e county. (7) Rail incl udes urban rail and peoplemover syste.s. Rai l operating costs for ouva t were derived from EIS data frOM 1984. <8> Wl ton and washington T.O. are incl uded in Hollie$ County. (9) ijOV High-Occupancy Vehicle Lanes (10> osceol a and Seminole bus are included i n Orange County (1 1 ) JI'\Cl udc$ funds for t ransit corridor devct opmcnt, $ervice development, and training. ( 12) Excludes social service agency funds. Includes state buS fl"t plus Seetlon 18 and sectfon 16Cb>2 fl.rlds. (13) Includes section 9 flllds used for l .0 services a,s well as Sec.tion 1 8 and Sec.tion 16(b)2 funds. B--42

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APPENDIX C Calculation of State Transit Operating Aid Based on One-Half of Non-Labor Operating Costs 1990-1994 Methodoloi:Y: For each of the seventeen urban transit systems in Florida the cost of labor and fringe benefits was subtracted from total operating costs (obtained from Appendix B) to get the amount of non-labor operat i ng costs. The labor and fringe benefit costs were taken from transit agency budgets where possible. Whe n these costs were not shown separately in the budgets, the relationship of labor costs to total operating costs shown in each agency's 1988 Section 15 report was assumed to remain constant through 1994. The $281,363,000 calculated in this appendix was added to FOOTs five-year budgeted service development cost (including transit corridor development, technical assistance, etc.) of $25,542,400 to obtain the tota l a m ount of state operating aid, i.e., $306,905,400. If rail transit operating expenses are excluded, the total operating expense i s $1,498,588,000, the total labor and fringes is $1,037,934,000, and the total non-labor cost divided by two is $230,327,000. Source: Transit agency budgets and 1988 Section 15 reports.

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Catcut11t ton of urbM CO$t5 Including COst of T .D. Servl c.c by $Ktion 9 (in thouundl of c:urrtnt dotlr-s> OPEUTJG lAICIIt HI GillE SlATE AID a>UIITY Ywt XHN$ES fAINC.U COST$ ( NCIH.MOR x. 1/l) --------------------------------------------ALAC:IIJA 1990 4,631 2,990 1,641 820 1991 4,n ),081 1,690 845 1992 4,916 3 174 1, 742 871 1993 5,066 3 ,271 1,795 897 1994 5,218 3,369 1,849 924 BREVARD 1990 2,812 1,412' 1,400 roo 1991 3,312 1, 663 1,649 825 1992 3,562 1,1aa 1,n, 887 1 993 3,812 1, 914 1,898 949 1994 4 312 2,165 2,147 1,073 .._.. 1990 n,466 23,37 6 1 0 ,090 5,045 1991 3 5,909 2S,082 10,1127 5,413 1992 Ja,SJO 26,913 11,617 5 808 1 993 4 1,.343 23,878 12,465 6,Z32 1994 44,361 30, 986 13,375 6,687 DADE 1990 160,274 107.733 52,541 26,271 1991 167 934 112,956 54,978 27,489 1 992 186,629 12'7 ,494 59,135 29,568 1993 206,250 142,572 63,678 31, 839 1994 232, 7S4 1 59 ,841 72,91 3 36,457 DUVAL 1990 1a,sn 13, 325 5,252 2,626 1991 20,045 14, 378 S,667 2,833 1 992 24 ,242 1 7,389 6,853 3,427 1 993 26,083 1&,709 7,l74 3,687 1 994 23,066 20,132 7,934 3,967 UC'AH81A 1990 3,380 2,015 1 ,365 683 1991 3,S66 2,12 8 1,435 719 1992 3,767 2,2SO 1,517 7S9 1993 3,794 2 385 1,409 705 1994 4,030 2 552 1,478 739 MILlS 1990 22,256 15,797 6,459 3,229 1991 25,004 1 7,74.8 7,256 3 ,628 1992 27 ,799 1 9.732 8,067 4,034 1993 29,33 2 20,820 8,512 4,256 1994 29,000 20 584 8,41 6 4,208 LEE 1 990 3, 154 1,838 1,316 658 1 991 3,254 1,697 1,357 679 199 2 3,640 2,1U 1,518 759 199 3 4,080 2,378 1.702 851 1994 5,010 2,920 2,090 1,045 C 1

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----------------------------------------------------OPERATING LABOR & EUGIBLE STA'I'E AID COUNTY YEAA EXPENSES FRINGES COSTS (NONLASOR X 1/2) --------------------------------------------LEOII 1990 4 514 3,130 1,384 692 1 991 4,875 3,380 1,495 748 1992 5,265 3,650 1,615 807 1993 5,687 3,943 1,744 872 1994 6,141 4,258 1,883 942 MANATEE 1990 1,290 m 515 257 1991 1,329 799 530 265 1 992 1,369 823 546 273 1 993 1,410 847 563 281 1994 1,452 873 579 290 ORAMGE 1990 10,580 6,866 3, 714 1,857 1991 11,427 7,416 4,011 2,005 1992 12,341 8,009 4,332 2,166 1993 13,328 8,650 4 678 2,339 1994 14,395 9,342 5,053 2,526 PALM 1990 7 215 5,118 2,097 1,049 BEAC H 1991 7,576 5,374 2,202 1, 101 1992 7,955 5,642 2,313 1,156 1993 8 699 6,170 2 529 1,264 1994 9,117 6,467 2,650 1,325 PASCO 1990 417 209 209 104 1991 588 294 294 147 1992 618 309 309 155 1993 648 324 324 162 1994 680 340 340 170 PINELlAS 1990 19,455 13, 840 5,61 5 2,807 199 1 20,451 14,555 5,896 2,948 1992 21,618 15,429 6,189 3,095 1993 22,853 16,354 6,499 3,250 1994 24,159 1 7,:J34 6,825 3,412 POLK 1990 1,760 1 036 724 362 1991 2,034 1, 197 837 419 1992 2 212 1,302 910 455 1993 2,407 1,41 6 991 495 1994 2,622 1, 543 1,079 540 SARASOTA 1990 2,581 1, 759 822 411 1 991 2, 7 1 0 1,847 863 431 1992 3,340 2,277 1,063 532 1 993 3,506 2,390 116 558 1994 3,681 2,509 1, 172 586 C 2

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------------OPERATING LABOR & ELIGIBLE STATE A I D CWNJY YEAR EXPENSES FRIMCES COSTS (NONLABOR X 1/2) -------------YOl.USJA 1990 17'5 87 88 44 (SMYRNA) 1991 18 5 92 93 46 1 992 193 96 97 48 1993 202 10 1 101 51 1994 210 105 105 53 YOLUSIA 1990 4 ,052: 2,445 1,607 804

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PUBUC TRANSIT COST ANALYSIS FIVE AND TEN YEAR PROJECTIONS FOR 1HE Sf AlE OF R.ORIDA FINAL REPORT Prepared for the Florida House of Representatives by the Cente r for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida College of Engineering September 1989

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CONTENTS List of Figu res . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . m Ust of Tables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . tv Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Florida Transit Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 History of Governmental Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Types and Extent of Governmental Assistance . . . . . . . . . . 7 Federal Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 State Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Cost P rojec tions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Urban Transit Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Ridesharing and HOY Lanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 T. D. Transit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 New Rail Transit Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Tri-County Commuter Rail System . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Funwng Alternatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Sumrn.ary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Actual Transit Capital and Operating Costs in Florida, 1988 Five Year "Budgeted" Projection of Transit Capital and Operating Costs in Florida, 1990-1994 Calculation of State Transit Operating Aid Based on One-Half of Non-Labor Operating Costs, 1990-1994 i i

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Figure 1 Figure 2 Figure 3 Figure 4 Figure 5 Figure 6 Fi gure 7 UST OF flGURES Sources of Operating Funds for Urban Transit Systems in the United States between 1970 and 1986 .. . . . . . . 4 Total State and Federal Aid for Urban Transit Systems in the United States between 1983 and 1988 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Sources of Operating Funds For Urban Transit Systems in Florida between 1980 and 1988 . . . . . 5 Sources of Capital Subsidies for Urban Transit Systems in Florida between 1980 and 1988 .. . . .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. 6 Trends in Vehicle Miles, Passenger Trips, and Operating Costs for Urban Transit Systems in Florida between 1980 and 1988 . . . 6 Sources of Capital Subsidies and Operating Funds for Urban Transit Systems in 1987 .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .. . . .. . .. 8 State Participation in Total Operating Costs of Urban Transit Systems in 1987 . . . . 13 iii

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Table 1 Table 2 Table 3 Table 4 Table 5 Table 6 Table 7 Table 8 Table 9 Table 10 Table 11 Table 12 Table 13 Table 14 USf OF TABLES System Data for 1988 for Florida's Ur ban Transit Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Source of Capital and Operating Funds for Florida's U rban Transit Systems for 1988 . . . . . . 7 Source and Amount of Subsidies for Florida's Urban Transit Systems in 1988 . . . . . . . . . . 8 Sources of Operating Funds for Urban Transit Systems in Percentages for Each State in 1987 . . . . . 11 Number of Revenue Miles Operated and Amount of State Aid for Urban and Nonurban Transit Systems in Each State in 1986 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Projected Capital and Operating Needs for Urban Transit Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Projected Capital and Operating Needs for Ridesharing and Transportat ion Disadvantaged Transit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Potential New Rail Transit Systems and Expansions not Budgeted During First Five Years . . . . . . . 17 Alternative Funding Distributions for Budgeted Funding for Urban Transit Systems . . . . . . . . 18 Alternative Funding Distributions for E nhanced Funding for Urban Trans it Systems . . . . . . . . 19 State Share of Urban Transit Funding for Alternative Service Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Funding Distributions for Ridesharing and T. D. Transit Costs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Summary of State Share of Transit Funding . . . . . 21 Combined Total and State Transit Costs for Five-Year Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 iv

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PUBliC TRANSIT COST ANALYSIS Five and Ten Year Projections for the State of Florida INTRODUCUON The speaker of the Florida House of Representatives and the chairman of the House Public Transportation Committee have requested that the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) update the report on transit capital and operating costs that CUTR prepared last year for the Florida Legislature and the Flor ida Transportation Commission pursuant to HB 1639. The speaker also asked that we address the issue of the substitutability of public transit for highway improvements and the issue of coordinated transportation planning. Those two issues and the question of how one defines transit "needs" are discussed in detail in a separate CUTR report titled Considerations in Evaluatine Florida's Public Transportat ion Financial Needs This report updates the information contained in the earlier report and presents new and more detailed data on the projected needs of public transit in the state Projections are developed for bus and rail transit, transportation disadvantaged (T.D.) trans it, and ridesharing. Specifically excluded from the analysis and projections are intercity bus and rail services, including the Tri-County Commuter Rail system. The previous report presented transit costs for the five year period 1989-93 and the ten-year period 1989-98. This report covers 1990-94 and 1990-99. The methodology used to develop the five-year projection is essentially the same as used in the earlier report, although it is much more detailed. The previous ten-year figures were taken directly from FOOT's strategic plan; in this report the ten-year figures are developed independently Two projections have been prepared for t he five-year and ten-year periods. One is based primarily on what the transit agencies have committed to for the next five years, as shown in their five-year budgets. The second projection allows for signifi cant increases in bus and rail transit service over existing levels of service. Which scenario most closely represents future "needs" i s debatable, as is the definition of the ne ed" for transiL (For a more comple te discussion of this issue see the separate CUTR report mentioned above.) The most useful interpretation of the scenarios is that they represent a range of reasonable expend i tures on transit based on historic funding levels and transportation policies. They are not "wish lists" and t he y are not incompatible with historic trends It is important to note, however, that the answer to the question of what transit will cost--and how the costs sho uld be distributed among funding sources--1

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is to a large extent depende n t upon the ro l e transit is expected to play. For instance, if the role of transit is to provide basic mobilitv for the transit dependent. its costs likely will be substantially different from the costs that would be incurred if transit. jn combination with other urban services and infrastwcture were used to help shape urban pauerns. In addition to providing transit cost projections. this report provides comparative data on the urban transit systems in Florida, describes recent trends in the operations and funding of the Florida systems and of transit nationally and discusses the history of governmental assistance to transit. fLORIDA TRANSIT SysTEMS There are eighteen urban transit systems in Florida (including tbe Pasco County system that started in 1989 and for which operating data are not yet available). Key West also has a transit system (nonurban) and, in most counties, there are specialized transit services for the "transportation disadvantaged" and, of course, school bus and taxicab services. Table 1 provides an overview of the location size, and funding of the state's urban transit systems. Dade County is by far the largest system, handling over one-half of all passenger trips in the state. The six largest systems account for 79 percent of all vehicles, 89 percent of total operating expenses, and 88 percent of total earnings. The combined federal state, and local subsidies for the Florida systems ranges from 44 percent of operating costs in Brevard to 88 percent in New Smyrna Beach. As is to be expected, the subsidies for the smaller systems tend to be greater than for the larger systems. Caution should be used in making comparisons among the systems, however, because of the different operating environments around the state. There also are a variety of special circumstances to consider. For example, Lakeland's subsidy is low because it has an unusually large amount of interest and advertising income and Brevard's subsidy is low because an unusually large proportion of its income is from contracts with social service agencies, which is counted here as earnings rather than as subsidies. IUSTQRY OF GOVERNMENTAL ASSISTANCE State participation in transit funding is relatively new. Until the 1960s (1970s in Florida), transit was mainly an unsubsidized, private-sector industry. During the 1960s, the transit industry was shifted, in large part, from the private sector to the public sector To enable local governments to buy and improve the private systems, the federal government began providing capital assistance in 1964 (Florida began in 1970)--and it continues today to provide the bulk of capital assistance. Around this same time, state and local governments began to subsidize the operating costs of these systems and, in 1975, the federal government also began to provide operating assistance 2

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TABLE 1 System Data for 1988 for Florida's Urban Transit Systems Operating Elc4til 1,W Jl7,5JJ s 26J,W s z.os $ 8q082' s .st' Vtllickt IJYmut only. whkJJ is abo!R 89 ofiOIIJJ and which inchk:s -Op
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FIGUREl Sources of Operating Funds for Urban Transit Systems in the United States between 1970 and 1986 100tt. 75" Percent of Operat in g Coate Billions of Current Dollars 1e1o 1974 1978 1982 Hl8 8 SYttm A .... nu 8 St.atllooal Subaldy CJ hdral Suhldy FIGURE 2 Total State and Federal Aid for Urban Transit Systems in the United States between 1 983 and 1988 3 1.5 1 0 1983 1984 1986 1988 1987 1988 $ouf01:: Suf\le:y o f State Involvement in Pu:blje Transponatj:on. 1988.

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Percent of Operating Coate 100!. 80 .. eo .. 20 .. FIGURE 3 Sources of Operating Funds for Urban Transit Systems In Florida between 1980 and 1988 o .. 1980 188t 1882 1883 188<4 1888 1988 188 8 8 F edera l CJ Local St t -fare box Source: P\lblie: Innsit Proliie, 1986. AoricS.I Deputmcnl ot Tnnqrtetlon. UMTA Scqjoo, 15 &portf. 1988 far es dec:reased rl pe rce nt (from 37.3 percent to 'r/.3 percent) but inc:reased slightly the last two years. The portion covered by federal aid decreased 55 perc ent (from 29.4 percent to 13. 2 percen t), and the portion covered by local aid incre ased 89 percent (fr om 30.9 percent to 58.3 perce nt ). State operating aid (provided only for special projects until 1989) increased oonsiderably in percentage terms but was stil l negligible in terms of total dollars, as seen later in Tabl e 2. In 1980, federa l and local ope rating aid were almost equal; in 1988, local ai d was almost four and one-half times grea ter t han federal aid. The trends in cap i tal assistance are shown in Figure 4. (Intercity bus and rail services, such as the T ri-County Commuter Rail system, are not included in any of the figures o r tables.) The rel ative contributi ons of capital aid by federal, state, and local governments have been gene rally stable except for 1986 through 1988 when large amounts of l ocal capital aid were provided for the Miami rail system It is important to not e however, that some recent federal funding contr acts and policy statements suggest that U MTA is moving toward providing a sma ller share of cap ital costs for ma jo r capital projects. The trends in miles of service provided, passengers carried, and operating costs are oompared in Figure 5. Betw een 1980 and 1988, vehicle miles incr ease d 20 percent, p assenge r trips decre ased 9 perceni, and operating cos ts increased 141 percent. Whe n adj u s ted for inflation (base d on the consumer price index), the increase in operating costs is 68 percent. 5

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Percen t of Capital Costs eo., 20 .. o .. FIGURE4 So urces of Capital Subsi dies for Urban T ransit Syste ms in Florida between 1 980 and 1988 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 Rl F doral EJ Local -State $o\lr'(le: Florida P ublic Transit P rofil e 1986. Florida nq,anmeat ot.Transporta t ioo UMJA Sectjoo IS &pons. 1 968. FIGURES Tren ds in Vehicl e Miles, P assenger Trips, and Operating Costs for Urban Transi t Systems in Florid a Millions of Miles. Dollars, or Tripe 30 zo 10 betwe e n 1980 and 1 988 0 -& Vhlole Nil -9-PuenQ4r Trfp '* 0 OpetIIIIO Col 0 '* 0 ' o V 0 0 1980 1981 1$82 1983 1984 1985 1988 1987 1948 Source: Florida Public Tr1nsi t Prome. 1987. &ctioo l S Rtporu. 1988. 6

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TYPES AND EXJENT OF QOYRRNMENTAL ASSISIANCE Table 2 shows the source of capital and operating funds for each of the urban transi t systems in Florida in 1988. Operating funds come prima rily from pass e nger far e s and local government, while capital funds come primarily from the f e deral government, although recently in Miami a substantial ponion of cap i tal has been provided by local government (See Appen dix A for a statewide county by-county list i ng of 1988 actual transit costs.) $y<#m l...on DotMCo. -dCA l'W114
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TABLE3 Source and Am o unt of Subsidies for Florida's Urban Transit Systems in 1 988 (in millions of doUars) Sul>sUiy s_. C4pluJJ ()p
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transit systems). I n 1987 that aid amounted to less than one percent of total operating costs, compared to state aid o f 21 percent f or th e nation as a whole. The diff erence has been ma de up by greater relianc e on federal and local o perating subsidies in Fl ori da. Altho ugh F lo ri da has n o t p laced the burden of costs on user s t o the extent other states have, to tal loca l support of t r ansit (loca l taxes and su b s id ies plus user fees) was 85 pe rce nt of operating c o st s in Flori da i n 1987 compar e d t o 73 p erce n t for the nation. The 1986 and 198 7 distrib u ti ons of capital subs i di es in Fl orida were not r ep r es en tative because unusually large amounts of local funds were used for rail transit capital expenditures. In 1985 th e distrib u tion of capital in Florida was n percent federal, 12 percent state, and 11 percent local, an d in 1984 it was 73 percent federal, 16 percent stat e and 11 percent local, w hich compare closel y wit h the natio n al averages. Federal Assistanoe For urban transi t systems, t he fe deral gover nment (UMTA) provides up t o 7 5 or 80 percent of total capital costs (up to 90 percent in c e rtai n cases where interstate highway funds are tr ans f e rred to transit proj ects), depending on th e type o f projed. However, the m e thod of calculating e ligible capital costs results in th e effective pe r centage for some p r ojects being consi de rably less, especially larg e rail tr ansit p r ojects. The operating aid provided t o urban transit systems by U MTA is u p t o 50 percen t o f total operating deficit ( ope rating costs minus operating rev en u es, exclu d i ng taxes and subsidies), s u b ject to c ertain caps. These caps, and the large am ount of state and lo cal ai d provided in th e N e w York City area, resulted in UMT A' s s hare of total n a t ional operating co sts being o nl y 6 percent in 1987. So m e of UMT A 's capital ass istance is in the form of categorical grants, which are distribu t ed on a discretionary basis. UMT A also provides block grants, which can be used for both capital and operating assistance. The bloc k grants are distnbuted on the basis of po pula tion, population dens ity, revenue miles (the mile s tr a v e led b y buses w h i le in servic e ), and historical fundi n g l evels. In ad d ition t o t he cap i tal and operating assis tance i t p r o v ides to u r ba n transit systems, as sho w n in Figure 6, UMT A pro vides capital and ope rati ng a i d to rural s y stems a t the sam e rate 7 5 o r 80 pe r ce n t of c ap ital costs and 5 0 percent o f o p e ra t ing deficit. UMT A al so provides up to 95 per cent of the capita l costs of nonprofit transponat ion d isadvantaged ( T D .) servi c es, subject to certai n restrictions Federal dollars { f ro m both UMTA and t he F ederal H ighway A dministration) also can be used to fund 50 percent o f the operating costs of ridesharing programs. The F e deral Highway Administration ( FH WA) is the p rimary source of ridesharing f u nds 9

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State Assistance There is great diversity among the states in the types and extent of financial aid that the states provide to urban transit systems. In 1987, 28 states (excluding Florida--except for special projects) provided operating assistance and 30 states (including Florida) provided capital assistance. In 22 of the states, both capital and operating assistance were provided. The types and extent of state aid have been increasing over time, particularly since the level of federal aid began declining. The sources of operating funds in 1987 are shown for each state in Table 4. State government participation in total operating costs ranges from zero in many states to 44 percent in Rhode Island; the national average is 21 percent. Farebox recovery and other earnings range from a low of 11 percent in Idaho to a high of 61 percent in New Jersey; the national average is 45 percent. (If rail transit is excluded, the national average farebox recovery and other earnings for "all-bus systems ranges from 26 percent for small systems to 38 percent for large systems). l.ocal effort (total revenue generated locally, including earningsfarebox and other-and local taxes and subsidies) ranges from a low of 32 percent in Rhode Island to a high of 99 percent in Nevada; the national average is 73 percent. The amount of transit service (measured in revenue miles) and the amount of state aid in each state are shown in Table 5 for urban and nonurban transit systems (latest available data are 1986). The extent of state participation in urban transit operating costs for 1987 is summarized in Figure 7. Although most states provide little or no operating aid, the more urbanized states generally cover a substantial portion of operating costs. Several states provide over 30 percent of total operating costs. The extent of state participation is to some deeree a function of the of the state to surrender autllority to local jurisdictions. A state that wants to support transit may do so by funding it directly from state revenues or by delegating local taxing authority. With some exceptions, the states that provide capital assistance provide 50 percent of the nonfederal share of capital costs, with, in some cases, a cap on the percentage of total cost that will be provided. For example, Florida provides 50 percent of the nonfederal share up to 12.5 percent of total capital costs. Several of the states (e.g., Arizona, Indiana, Montana, South Carolina, and Washington) that provide both capital and operating aid do so in the form of block grants (as was proposed for Florida by the 1989 Legislature), which allows the transit systems to use the funds for either capital or operating costs at their discretion. Most of the states, however, use categorical grants, which stipulate whether the aid is for operating costs or for capital costs. The use of categorical grants gives the state more control over local transit operations and, it is argued, prevents systems from deferring needed cap ital tO

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Sources of Operating Funds for Urban Txansit Systems in Percentages for Eacb State in 1987 STAl1! ---..._. ... ... .. -:::=t -..... Jf:IW! .. -y-.. ..._ N.I>Mcu -'*".,.,.. :-:::;.::, s. Catolu:Y.u ....... ,_ T""' v....,., ""-.. W VIIJIIIII w--AVERAOE .... -. '" " "' .. .. " u " ., " u "' ' .. .. " " .,. .. -0... 0 0 1 0 .. 0 0 0 .. ., .. 0 l 0 0 I .. ,, ,. .. ' i...oaW pciOCft!FN' pi ...._ U0 O(flet. 0 ..... 9ro.-"'-" --" .. "' " " " .. " .. " " ., r. ., .. ,. ... c Tk j) !)tta:w Qfoll,ut _._._. nw .-....c IOCU C'!IOfl. -.......U..O.c. 11 .. " ., .. '" ,. ,; '" .., .. " ., ,. " .. .. .. ., " .. "' "' .. .. .. .,. .. " .. '"

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TABLE 5 Number of Revenue Miles Operated and Amount of State Aid for Urban and Nonnrban Transit Systems in Each State in 1986 .._... .._.,_ --..... ,_, -...... -... ..-. ' -..., ... ... ,.., -.. .., .., "" """"'" ""' ,..., ... " --,,. ' Cn .... ... "-' .... ""' ........ u <3 lJ .... Dl -... = w .,. ,,. .. .. '"" ._ .. -, .. = .._ 17> l.l "" .... .. ... ... ... -... = ... "" .,,.. ... "'' .... ... ... . .. '" ,.. .. .... ., ... ... ... .. .. .., -.., ... .... -..
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FIGURE 7 State Participation in T otal Operating Costs of U rban Transit Systems in 1987 0 8 Percent of 111 State 11.0 Subsidy 21& 21 31 3140 0 10 20 Number of States $oucc.; Syrsy of fm:p!ysmcDSIQ Mlk Inf18?0ftJtjgo. Ul88. .. improvements in order to meet operating costs and, consequently, to keep from raising fares and taxes in the short term. Bloc:k grants, on the other band, give the local transit systems more control over their operations and, it is argued, place the decision making authority in the hands of those most familiat with the needs of the system and the local community COST PROJECOQNS Cost projections are presented in this section for urban transit systems, ridesharing, and transportation disadvantaged (T.D.) trans it. HOV (high occupancy vehicle) lanes potential new rail transit systems, and the Tri-County Commuter Rai l system also are discussed. Urban Transit Systems CUTR's five-year and ten-year cost projections for urban transit systems are presented in Table 6. As noted previously, the five-year "budgeted" projection is based primarily on what is contained in the transit agencies budgets. Additional data were obtained from t he transportation impro vement programs (TIPs ) prepared by the metropolitan planning organizations (MP Os), reports submitted by the providers of T.D. transit services, the Florida Department of Transportation (FOOT) work program, and a variety of other sources. Where possibl e, the costs of ridesbaring and T .O. services provided by urban transit systems are separated from urban transit costs. (See Appendix B for county-by county and year-by-year detail of the five-year budgeted projection .) 13

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TABLE6 Projected Capital and Operating Needs for Urban Transit Systems (in millioos of dollars) CoR ProjMfl FMYMr TMYtar U..l CopiJai ()p<.
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RideshariJJg and HOV Ulnes CUTR's cost projections for ridesharing and T.D. trans i t are prese n ted in Table 7. The five-year ridesharing figure was obtained from budget data. The ten-year figure is the result of inflating the average of the first five years at five percent per year. (Although all ridesharing dollars are reported as operating costs, some clearly are for capital The funds provided for Gold Coast Commuter Services in southeast Florida, for example, cover both its operating and capital costs.) A major incentive for ridesharing is the provision of HOV lanes that are restricted during certain hours to ridesharers and buses. It may be appropriate to consider the cost of constructing HOV lanes as a transit expenditure, but current policy is to use h ighway funds and, therefore, the projected cost of HOV lanes is not included here. The state does not now have a major construction program for HOV lanes but, if at some time in the future it decides to rely more on the m and to place greater emphasis on ridesharing, the funds needed for ridesharing could greatly exceed those shown in Table 7. Another incentive for ridesharing is the provision of park-and-ride lots that can be used by ridesharers The costs of these lots generally are i ncluded i n the capital costs of the urban transit syste m s but in some cases the costs may be included in highway project costs. TABLE7 Projected Capital and Operating Needs for Ridesharing and Transportation Disadvantaged Transit (in thousands of dollars) Gbsr l'rojtkJn FiwYeor Tm -Ye.ar M>
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The 1989 Legislature established the Transportation Disadvantaged Trust Fund, which is to be funded by a fee of 50 cents on the registration of automobiles and light trucks. This is estimated to generate about $5 million a year for T.D. transit. It is CUTR's understanding that this is intended to be in addition to the funds shown in Table 7. In other words, it is expected that the five-year total of $116 million and the ten-year total of $264 million would continue to be provided by the traditional federal, state, and local transportation funding sources. The 1989 legislation also provides for the preparation of a five-year T.D plan. That new study should provide a clearer and more complete picture of the transit needs of the transportation disadvantaged than is now available and could significantly affect the demand for T.D. funds, especially if it is found that there is substantial uomet latent demand for T.D. transit services The demand for T.D. transit also could be strongly affected by social policy decisions on eligibility criteria and by the extent to which regular urban transit systems provide the services needed by the transportation disadvantaged. New Rail Transit Systems The transit cost projections presented above provide for some increases in rail transit service but obviously do not provide for ill the increases that could occur. It appears unlikely that there will be substantially greater investment in fixed-guideway systems during the next five years than is included in the five-year projections due, in part, to the start-up time for implementing such systems However, it is quite possible that during the second five years of the ten-year projections there will be more capital investment in new or expanded ra i l transit service than the $389 million provided in the "enhanced" projection. Table 8 presents a list of the rail transit projects that are not presently included in transit agency budgets but are being discussed and considered for implementation. Some are included in adopted long-range (e.g., 2010) transportation plans and some are not. Note that the list includes billion-dollar systems that could be constructed during the second five years of the ten-year projections, although there are no definite plans yet to construct any of the systems, and the costs, technologies, and system sizes are all subject to change Tri-County Commuter Rail System Although not included in this r eport's analysis or cost projections, it should be noted that a significant portion of FOOT's transit funds have been and are expected to continue to be expended on the Tri-County Commuter Rail system. According to FOOT, a total of $111 million in state capital and operating funds has been spent on the system to date. Tri-County estimates that another $270 million in capital funds could be expended between 1991 and 1994 if the operation is enhanced. Operating cost is estimated to be about $15 million a year between now and 1994. (U>cal transit agencies are providing about $35 million of feeder-bus service, of which $1 million is reimbursed by Tri-County.) i6

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TABLE 8 Potential New Rail T r ans i t Systems and Exp ansions not B u d geted During Fust Fiv e Y ears (dollaJS in millions) A,.,..U -ll6 31 (11'88 S) JJ suuions T-LRT J(M(Jy p/4M
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s....,. of Funds Fedm>k Cop. Oper. Sla#: c.p. Opw. l..o
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s.u,., afFwods F-.1: Cop. o,... S
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TABLE 11 State Share of Urban Transit Funding for Alternative Service Levels (in millions of doUars) Lt:vel Iiudg
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TABLE 13 Summary of State Share of Transit Funding (in millions of dollars) C<>st Ptoio Fivf-Yf127 1'h2AAt MOd< C4p;I4J apmu;ng Tot41 C4pil41 ()pon 1'h2AAt 101 31) 1JJ 161 77 -2 101 301 ""' 161 781 SMI4rio J JJ1 307 <40 219 181 ll1 JS 146 258 95 -2 J/l 352 461 258 964 SunarioJ 146 352 498 3J8 96-1 T.D. ThuW s 9 11 10 -g 0 s s 0 12 TtHAl U4 !U8 I, {)()I) JSJ 1.212 l,JOZ 21 12 HOVLaNs ("""""d "' "'"""" fouod.s) (ln
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SUMMARY The statewide transit cost projections developed in this report suggest that total costs for urban transit, ridesbaring, and T.D. transit (excluding social service funds) of up to $2,678 million over the next five years, with the state's share being $512 million, would not be unreasonable. If state policy resulted in greater emphasis on ridesharing and T.D. transit and increased availability of those services, their cost could be considerably higher than projected in this report. The costs of HOY lanes, the Tri-County Commuter Rail system, and major new rail transit systems would be in addition to the above figures. 22

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APPENDIX A Actual T ransit Capital and Operating Costs in Florida 1988 Methodoloe:y: Actual transi t expenditures are recorded for all Florida counties and each FOOT district. The costs of fiXed-route bus service, demand-responsive service, and park-and-ride lots are included in "bus". The costs of rail transit (excluding Tri Cou nty Commuter Rail) and peoplemovers are included in rail". To the extent that the cost of transportation disadvantaged services could be separated from other transit services, it is shown under 'T.D." The 'TD.S" line item excludes social service agency funds used for T.D. transit Therefore, the costs shown for TD-S represent transportation agency funds Capital and operating expenditures are shown separately and are apportioned according to the source of funding, i.e federal government, state government, or local area (including local government and earnings) Source: Actual data for 1988 were collected from FOOT, from the Section 15 reports that each transit system files with FDOT and the Urban Mass Transportation Administration and from the annual reports that T.D. providers file with the T ransportation Disadvantaged Commission.

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COU"'ties OHfYEAR ACTUAl. TRAN S I T CAPITAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of fLORID A (in thousands of current dollars) F Y 1988 ACTUAL 1--------------------------Cllpital Operating 1----------------------------------------------Fed. State Local Tot fed. State local Total --------------------------------------------------------fl)QT DISTRICT 1 Charlotte: sus 0 0 T.O. 57 4 61 125 40 47 212 Colt ier: sus 0 0 T.0.(1) 123 15 15 153 274 51 66 391 Desoto: BU$ 0 0 T.D.(2) 0 304 1n 30 506 Glades: sus 0 0 T 0 .(1) 0 0 Hardco: BUS 0 0 T.0.(2) 0 0 Hendry: BUS 0 0 T.0.(1) 0 0 Highlands : BUS 0 0 T.O. l2) 0 0 BIJS 133 3 24 160 118 1 192 2,299 T .D.(3) 0 0 RSH (4) 0 22 22 44 K anatoe: BIJS 407 42 166 615 747 104 1,100 1 951 T .0. 0 228 99 257 584 Okeechobee: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 30 1 1 15 56 Polk.: BUS 2 2 361 23 501 885 T.O. 0 161 63 172 396 Sarasota: BUS 42 5 1 48 m 1,2:1 1 1, 944 T.O. 56 14 70 411 168 24 603 I Tota l of BUS 584 50 191 825 I 2,830 245 4,004 7 079 I I District 1 T .D 236 15 33 284 I 1,533 604 61 1 2, 748 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 22 22 44 I + ---+ A 1

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Counties ONE-YEAR ACJUAL lRAHSll CAPtlAL AND OPERATING COSTS STATE Of FLORIDA ia: BUS 0 0 T .0.(5) 0 0 Dixie: eus 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 25 17 1 43 Duval : eus (7> 12,308 2 035 2,478 16,821 2,023 284 12,146 14,453 RAIL(7) 0 0 1.0. 0 58 4 417 479 RSM 0 30 30 60 Gilchrist: eus 0 0 1.0.(6) 0 0 Hamilton: eus 0 0 1.0.(5) 0 0 La1ayette: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 19 34 2 55 Levy: BUS 0 0 T .0. (6) 0 0 Kadison: BUS 0 0 T .D. 0 80 49 45 174 Nasuu: BUS 0 0 T.O. 45 7 5 2 1 65 80 50 295 BUS 0 0 T .D. 9 9 145 20 18 183 st Johns: BUS 0 0 T .D. 62 62 157 84 21 262 suwonnee: BUS 0 0 T.O.IS> 223 223 332 57 184 573 RSK 0 30 30 60 ray lor: BUS 0 0 T.O. 0 100 61 56 217 Union: BUS 0 0 T .0. 0 41 41 20 102 -----------------------------------------------------------------+ Total of BUS 12,430 2,315 2,n6 17,471 2,656 284 14,521 17,4 61 District 2 RAIL(7) 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r.o. 377 65 33 475 1,382 775 1,241 3,398 RSK 0 0 0 0 0 60 60 120 -----------------------------------------------------------------+ A-2

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counties ONE YEAft ACTUAL TRANSIT CAPITAl ANO OPERATING COSTS STATE O F F LORIDA (in th ousands of dolloars) FY 1988 ACTUAL 1-----------------------------capital Opqratlng 1-----------------------------------+ ..... State Lot.al Total Fed. State loc:At Total ---+----------+-------FDOT DJSTRICT S Bay: sus 0 0 T.D 0 197 175 3 n sus 0 0 T.D. 4 1 4 1 25 33 Escanb;a: sus 424 53 53 530 1 1 26 70 1,67& 2,874 T.O. 0 514 244 758 RSH 0 38 38 franklin: sus 0 0 T.D 0 0 Gadsden: sus 0 0 T.D. 0 205 124 116 445 Gul f: 80$ 0 0 T.D. 0 0 Holmes: 80S 0 0 T .0.(8) 0 3 9 8 133 22 553 Jac:k$on: 80S 0 0 T.D. 1 13 113 78 201 39 318 Jt!ffer$on: sus 0 0 r.o. 0 60 36 34 130 Leon: 80S 312 11 323 678 3, 147 3 825 T .0. 4 5 234 33 210 477 L i'certy: ws 0 0 T.D. 0 48 28 25 101 Ok.atoos.a: ws 0 0 T.O. 0 22 45 52 119 Santa 0 0 T.O. 0 137 32 94 263 Vakulla: sus 0 0 T.D 24 2 26 58 3 1 1 90 Val ton: 80$ 0 0 T.D.(8) 0 0 washington:sus 0 0 T .0.(8) 0 0 ----------------------------I Tota l of 80S 736 64 53 853 I 1,804 7 0 4,825 6,699 I I D istrict 3 T.D. 158 0 159 I 1, 918 1 084 592 3 594 I I RSH 0 0 0 0 I 0 38 0 38 I -------------+A-3

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ONEY'EAR ACTUAL TRANSIT CAPITA L AND OPRAT1N G COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (tn ChousandS of doltlrS) fY 1 988 ACTUAL 1---------+ capiul 1 +----Fed State local Total fed. State local Total --+ FOOT DISTRICT 4 Srowa rd: BUS RAIL T .0. lnd,,n Riv:QUS 1 .o. Martin: BUS T .0. P a l m Beaeh :BUS RAIL l.D. St. Lucie: BUS T .D. 5,609 56 62 3 0 237 11 837 7 s 7 7 51 3 7,066 3,646 0 5 1,n6 0 0 56 142 0 69 134 44 2,056 0 288 315 0 0 1 4 73 217 599 262 92 22 30 26, 362 1,880 224 122 3,845 268 30 1 5 3 0,225 0 4,25 5 262 0 458 0 278 5,901 0 583 60 0 88 +---------------------------+ ----------------I Total of BOS 5,639 844 627 7,110 5,70 2 217 30,207 36,126 I District 4 RAU. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I r .o. 366 0 66 432 2,440 713 2,509 5 662 I 0 0 0 0 0 292 30 3 22 ++ A 4

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Counties OHE YEAR ACTUAl IAANSIT CAP I TAl A N D OPERAT[NG COST S STATE Of flORIDA (in thOU$andS ol current dol lars> n \988 ACTUAl. 1------------------------------------------+ capital Ope rating f--+ ---------------------------fed. State Lon( rotl fed. State local Total ------------+ -----------------------+--+ F OOJ DISTRICT 5 Breva r d: BUS 0 0 r.o. 461 57 57 575 na w 1 ,ZS5 2,2n RSH 0 ro 70 140 Citrus: B U S 0 0 T.O. 0 105 35 75 2 1 5 F l49le r : BUS 0 0 T .0. 52 6 9 67 148 2 4 26 198 L ake: sus 0 0 T .0. 37 3 4 0 250 233 60 543 Marion: BUS 0 0 T .0. 91 10 101 193 74 2 269 sus (9) 1 ,227 132 178 1,537 1 761 1 57 6 ,861 a.m RAIL 0 0 1.0. 0 613 58 3 285 1,481 R S H 0 20 20 40 OSceol a : sus (9) 0 0 T .0. 0 196 125 321 Seminole: sus (9) 0 0 T .0. 0 2 0 4 1 32 336 SI.Jilter: sus 0 0 T .0. 0 9 1 21 2 114 vol usie: sus 48 6 6 60 893 81 2,07S 3 ,049 1.0. 2 2 465 6 1 86 612 -+ I Total o f sus 1,275 138 184 1,597 2,65 4 2 38 8,936 11, 828 I D i strict 5 RAIL 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 1.0 643 63 79 785 3 0,3 1 S 3 2 1 791 6,366 I RSH 0 0 0 0 0 90 90 180 A 5

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COU"'ties I ONE'tE A R A CTUAL TRANSIT CAPITAL AND OPER A T I N G COSTS STATE OF FLORIDA (in thousands of current dol lars) I FY 1988 ACT UAL I 1 -------------------------------------------------------------------I Capi tal I Operating I 1 --------------I Fod. State Local Tota l I Fed. State Loc:al Total I ++----------------------------+ FOOT DISTRIC T 6 I Dade: BUS (7) 12 932 1,507 23,065 37,504 I 9 845 1 002 9 1,981 102 828 RAIL(7) 0 I 1,990 37,804 39, '194 T .D. 0 I 1,555 1,555 3,00 0 6 1 10 RSH 0 I 292 30 322 Mont"oe: BUS 0 I 0 T.D 3 3 I 158 595 153 ++ I T o tal o f BUS 12,932 1,507 23, 065 37,50 4 9,845 1,002 9 1 ,981 1 02 828 I District 6 RA1LC7) 0 0 0 0 1,990 0 37, 8 0 4 3 9 ,'194 I T .D. 0 0 3 3 1 713 1 5 5 5 3 ,595 6,863 I 0 0 0 0 0 292 30 322 ------------+------------------------------------------------------

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F ed ONE YEAR ACTUAL TRANSIT CAPITAl A N D OPER A T I N G COST S STATE OF (in th ousands of current dol lars> FY 1988 ACtUAL Capita l State Local Total Fed Operating loc:al Tota l ------------------------+---------------------------FI>OT D ISIRICT 7 Hernando : BUS 0 0 T.D. 30 3 3 3 60 1 4 0 101 Hillsbor-o. :BUS 1 672 479 29Z 2 4 43 1,994 9 3 0 12,281 1 5 ,205 RAil 0 0 T.D. 125 125 321 409 571 1 30 1 RSH 0 86 86 172 Pasco: BUS 0 0 T .D. 191 24 24 239 287 86 229 602 P inellas: BUS 3,333 367 367 4,067 3,381 1 0,81 0 14,1 9 1 RAil 0 0 T .D. 0 500 991 1 ,491 ----------+---------------------------------------------Total of BUS s,oos 846 659 6,510 5,315 930 23,09 1 29,396 O l$trict 7 RAil 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T.O. 221 24 152 397 1,168 496 ,831 3 495 R S H 0 0 0 0 0 86 86 172 TOTAL STATE 8US 38,601 5,764 27,5 05 7 1 870 30,866 R A I L (7) 0 0 0 0 1,990 T .D. 2,001 167 367 2,535 13,197 RSH 0 0 0 0 0 NOTE$: (1) Glade$ and Hendry T 0