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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF FWRIDA TRANSIT SYSTEMS PART II Peer Review Analysis, 1988 Prepared for The OMce of Public Transportation Operations Department of Transportation State or Florida By Center for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida Aprill990

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This performance review of F1orida fixed-route transit operations was conducted by the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) under contract to the Office of Public Transportation Operations, Department of Transportation, State of F1orida. This report is based primarily on data from the federally-required reporting of information known as "Section 15" and provides a standardized data source for comparisons over time and among transit systems. This document, Part ll, Peer Review Analysis, 1988, supplements Part I, Trend Analysis, 1984-1988. Sections of the text and the appendices are repeated in each report for the convenience of the reader. Performance analysis is a particularly good means of evaluating effectiveness and efficiency of transit services. However, the reader should exercise considerable caution in interpreting the results, as this type of performance analysis is only one means of evaluating a transit system. While it is useful in reviewing comparative performance and trends, it does not measure attainment of several other important objectives of transit systems, including passenger satisfaction, taxpayer and public attitudes toward the agency, employee morale; the quality of planning for the future, success in attaining minority hiring or contracting goals, contributions to economic development, influence in shaping land use patterns, or attainment of other possible objectives of transit. The Section 15 database provides a comprehensive source that allows detailed review of several aspects of transit performance. While the detail is helpful in diagnosing performance, it does not necessarily provide information indicating the underlying causal factors influencing performance. In many instances, the findings from the peer review are a starting point for fully understanding the performance of a transit system. The issues raised in a performance review provide the basis for a series of questions that can lead to an enhanced understanding of the "bows" and "whys" of performance. This type of review should be helpful in developing a better understanding of the performance of F1orida transit properties and in identifying target areas for additional attention and improvement. Comments and questions about this report can be directed to the Office of Public Transportation, Department of Transportation, State of F1orida, 605 Suwannee Street, Mail Station 26, Tallabassee, F1orida 32399-0450, Telephone: (904) 488-7774. Ul

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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF FWRIDA TRANSIT SYSTEMS PART II PEER REVIEW ANALYSIS, 1988 TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . TABlE OF CON"''ENTS ... ................. .............. UST OF TABLES ....................................... LIST OF FIGURES ...................................... iii v . VII xlii I. INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 A The Purpose of Peer Review Analysis . . . . . . . . 2 B. Performance Review Data Base . . . . . . . . . . 2 C. Peer Selection Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 ll. >200 MOTORBUS VEIDCLE CATEGORY . . . . . . . . 11 DL Metro Dade Transit Agency 50-200 MOTORBUS VEIDCLE CATEGORY Broward Transit Division Jacksonville Transportation Authority Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Tri County Transit (Orlando) 121 IV. 10-49 MOTORBUS VEIDCLE CATEGORY ............. :. 141 v. Palm Beach County Transportation Authority Tallahassee Transit Authority Regional Transit System (Gainesville) East Volusia Transit Authority Escambia County Transit System Lee County Transit Authority Sarasota County Area Transit Lakeland Area Mass Transit District Manatee County Transit 1 9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY Smyrna Transit System 0 165 VI. SUMMARY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 181 VII. APPENDIX A list of Definitions . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Vlll. APPENDIX B Sources of Data . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 IX. APPENDIX C Peer Selection Methodology . . . . . . . . 197 v

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TABLE INTRODUCTION 1-1 LIST OF TABLES Performance Ind icators and Measures ....... ... > 200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY 11-1 11-2 JI-3 11-4 11-5 11-6 11-7 11-8 11-9 11-10 11-11 II-12 11-13 Il-14 Il-15 II-16 II-17 Il-18 II-19 11-20 11-21 11-22 II-23 II-24 II-25 II-26 ll-27 II-28 ll-29 II-30 Il-31 11-32 DIRECTLY-OPERATED MOTORBUS Performance Indicators .................... Perf ormanc idndicator s . . . . . . . . . .. Performance Ind icators . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . .. Effe ctiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures ....................... Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips .......................... Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense ................... Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operate d in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet ...................... Revenue Miles Between Accidents . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls ............ Operating Expense Per Capita . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Reven ue Mile . . . . . Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Em ployee . . . . . . . . Passenge r Trips Per J;!mployee . . . . . . . . PURCHASED MOTORBUS Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 7 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 24 24 24 25 25 25 25 26 26 26 26 27 27 27 27 28 28 28 28 37 38 39 vii

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Vlll TABLE 11-33 II-34 11-35 II-36 ll-37 11-38 11-39 11-40 II-41 ll-42 II-43 U-44 II-45 Il-46 Il-47 Il-48 II-49 II-50 11-51 II-52 II-53 11-54 II-55 11-56 II-57 II-58 II-59 II-60 II-61 U-62 II-63 II-64 11-65 II-66 11-67 11-68 0-69 LIST OF TABLES Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense ................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service . . . . Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Operating Expense Per Capita .......... .... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operatin g Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle ........ ...... DIRECTLY-OPERATED AND PURCHASED MOTORBUS Performance Indicators .................... Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures ........... ............ Service Area Popu lation . . . . . . . . . . Passenger T rips .......................... Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense ................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ... .... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle .............. RAPID RAIL Performance Indicators .................... Performance Indicators .................... Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures .................... Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measure s . . . . . . . . . . . Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE 40 40 40 40 40 40 41 41 41 41 41 41 42 49 50 51 52 52 52 52 52 52 53 53 53 53 53 53 54 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 67

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TABLE ll-70 ll-71 ll-72 ll-73 11-74 ll-75 11-76 ll-77 ll-78 ll-79 11-80 II-81 1182 II-83 11-84 11-85 ll-86 11-87 11-88 11-89 11-90 11-91 II -92 11-93 11-94 II-95 11-96 ll-97 ll-98 ll-99 ll-100 11-101 ll102 ll-103 11-104 11-105 ll-106 11-107 ll108 ll-109 LIST OF TABLES Vehicle Miles 0 Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense . . . . . . . . . Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita . . . . . . . . . . Trips Per Reve nue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet ...................... Revenue Miles Between Accidents . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Employee ............... Passenger Trips Pe r Employee ............... PAGE 67 67 67 67 68 68 68 68 68 68 69 69 69 69 69 69 70 SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS Performance Indicators .................... Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . Performance Indicators .. .. . .. .. . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . .. .. .. . .. . . . . .. Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense .. . .. .. . . . . . Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees ... ..................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Average Age of Fleet ........ .............. Revenue Miles Between Accidents ............ Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls ............ 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 88 88 88 89 89 89 8 9 90 90 90 90 91 91 ix

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TABLE 11-110 11-111 Il-112 11-113 11-114 11-115 11-116 11-117 11-118 11-119 11-120 11-121 11-122 11-123 II -124 11-125 11-126 11-127 11-128 11-129 11-130 11-131 11-132 11-133 11-134 11-135 11-136 11-137 11-138 11-139 LIST OF TABLES Operat ing Expense Per Capita .............. Operat ing Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .. ........ Maintenance Expense Per Revenue M il e . . . . Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle .............. Revenue Hours Per Employee ..... .... . ... Passenger Trips Per Employee .............. . SYSTEM TOTAL INCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS Performance Indicators . .................. Performance Indicators ........ .... ....... Performance Indicators .................... Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures ........... ........ Effeai veness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Service Area Popu l ation .................... Passenger Trips ........................ . Veh icle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles ......................... . Total Operating Expense ..... ............ Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Veh icles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita ............... ... . Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile .... . ...... Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle ........ ..... 50-200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY X Ill-1 111-2 Ill-3 111-4 UI-5 lll-6 III-7 Performance Indicators ...... .............. Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures .................... Effectiveness Measures ... ................ Efficiency Measures .................. .... Efficiency Measures ....................... Service Area Population ................ .... PAGE 91 91 92 92 92 92 93 93 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 111 111 111 112 112 112 112 113 113 113 113 114 122 123 124 125 126 127 128

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TABLE III 8 m-9 lll-1 0 III -11 III -12 lll-13 ill-14 Ill-15 Ill-16 lll-17 lll-18 III 19 III-20 lll-21 III -22 lll-23 Ill-24 III -25 III -26 III 27 lll28 LIST OF TABLES Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operat ing Expense . . . .. .. .. .. . . .. Passenger F are Revenues ... ... . ......... .. Total Employees ...... .... ...... ....... . V ehicl es Available for Maximum Service .. .. ... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ....... . Vehicle Miles Per Capita .... ........... ... Passenger Trips P er Reven u e Mile . ..... ... Average Age of Fleet . . ........... ...... Re v enue Miles Between Accident s . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls ............ Operating Expense Per Capita .. .. .. . .. . . Operating Expense Per P assenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile ....... ... Maintenance Expense Per Re v enue Mil e . . . . Farebox Recovery Ratio .. ............... ... Vehicle M il es Per Peak Vehicle ........... ... Revenue H ours Per Employee . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Employee . .... ........ 10..49 MOTORB U S VEHICLE CATEGOR Y IV-1 IV 2 IV 3 IV-4 IV-5 IV-6 IV-7 I V 8 IV-9 IV-10 IV -11 IV1 2 IV-13 IV -14 IV-15 IV -16 IV1 7 IV -18 IV-19 P erformance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . P erformance ln
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TABLE IV-20 IV-21 IV-22 IV-23 IV-24 IV-25 IV-26 IV-27 IV-28 IV29 IV-30 IV-31 LIST OF TABLES Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Accidents ........ .... Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls ............ Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ...... ... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mi.le .......... Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile ....... Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peale Vehicle .............. Revenue Hours Per Employee ............... Passe n ger Trips Per Empl oyee ............... 1-9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY V 1 V 2 V-3 V-4 V -5 V-6 V-7 V 8 V-9 V-10 V -11 V -12 V-13 V-14 V-15 V-16 V-17 V-18 V-19 V-20 V-21 V-22 V-23 V-24 V-25 APPENDIX B VIII-I xii Performance Indicators . . . . . . . . . . Effectiveness Measures . . . . . . . . . . Efficiency Measures . . . . . . . . . . . . Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . .. Passenger Trips .......................... Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Expense . .. . .. .. . .. . . . Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet ..... : ................ Revenue Miles Between Accidents ............ Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile ... ... Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peale Vehicle .............. Revenue Hours Per Empl oyee ............... Passenger Trips Per Employee ............... Service Area Population .................... PAGE 153 1 53 1 54 !5 4 154 154 155 155 155 155 156 156 166 167 168 169 169 169 169 169 169 170 170 170 170 170 170 171 171 171 171 171 171 172 172 172 172 195

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FIGURE INTRODUCTION 1-1 1-2 LIST OF FIGURES Peer Selection Process ..................... Geographic Area for Selection of Peers ........ >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY Il-l Il-2 II-3 II-4 II-5 II-6 II-7 II-8 II-9 II-10 II-11 II-12 II-13 II-14 II-15 II-16 II-17 II-18 II-19 II-20 II-21 II-22 II-23 II-24 II-25 II-26 II-27 II -28 II-29 II-30 II-31 DIRECTLY-OPERATED MOTORBUS Service Area Population .. .......... ........ Passenger l'rips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense .. ................. Total Employees ........................ Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Accidents ............ Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Employee ............... Passenger Trips Per Employee ............... PURCHASED MOTORBUS Service Area Popula tion . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense .. . .. .. .. . . . Vehicles Available for Maximum Service . . . . Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita . . . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . PAGE 9 10 29 29 29 30 30 30 31 31 32 32 32 33 33 34 3 4 34 35 35 35 36 43 43 43 44 44 44 45 46 46 47 47 XIII

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xiv FIGURE 11-32 IJ-33 11-34 IJ-35 11-36 11-37 11-38 11-39 Il-40 11-41 IJ-42 11-43 11-44 11-45 11-46 11-47 11-48 11-49 II-50 Il-51 11-52 11-53 11-54 11-55 11-56 11-57 11-58 11-59 11-60 11-61 11-62 11-63 11-64 11-65 LIST OF FIGURES Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle .............. DIRECfLY-OPERATED AND PURCHASED MOTORBUS Service Area Popula tion .. .................. Passenger T rip s . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense ................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated i n Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita .. ................ . Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . RAPID RAIL Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense . . . . . . . . . Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Avai l able for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Average Age of Fleet ................... ... Revenue Miles Between Accidents . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Vehicle Mi les Per Peak Vehicle .............. Revenue Hours Per Employee . . . . . . . Passenge r Trips Per Emp loyee ............... PAGE 47 48 55 55 55 56 56 56 57 58 58 59 59 59 60 71 71 71 72 72 72 73 73 74 74 74 75 76 76 76 77 77 77 78

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FIGURE II-66 11-67 11-68 11 II-70 11-71 rr-n U-73 11-74 II-75 II-76 II-77 II-78 II-79 11-80 II-81 II-82 Il-83 II-84 II-85 II-86 II-87 Il-88 11-89 II-90 II-91 II 92 II-93 II-94 II-95 11-96 II-97 II-98 ll-99 11-100 LIST OF FIGURES PAGE SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . : . . . . Total Operating Expense ............... . . Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees . . . . . . . . . . . . . V ehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Accidents .. .......... Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita .... ... ........ Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip .. ....... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Farebox Recovery Ratio ......... ......... : Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Employee . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Employee . . . . . . . . SYSTEM TOTAL INCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS Service Area Population .................... Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Operating Expense ................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita .................. Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita . . . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip . . . . . Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . 94 94 94 95 95 95 96 96 96 97 97 97 98 98 99 99 99 100 100 1 00 101 101 115 115 115 116 116 116 117 118 118 119 119 119 120 XV

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LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 50 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY III 111 III-3 DI-4 Ill-S III-6 lll-7 Ill-S III-9 Ifi-10 IIIll III-12 DI-13 III-14 III-15 111-16 III-17 III-18 III-19 III-20 III-21 Ill-22 Service Area Population .................... Passenger Trips .......................... Vehicle Miles ........................... Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Expense ....................... Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service ........ Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ............ Average Age of Fleet ...................... Revenue Miles Between Accidents . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ... ............ Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .......... Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile ....... Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Employee ............... Passenger Trips Per Employee ............... 10.49 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY XVI IV-I IV-2 IV-3 IV-4 IV-5 IV-6 IV-7 IV-8 IV-9 IV-10 IV-11 IV-12 IV-13 IV-14 IV1 5 IV-16 Service Area Population .................... Passenger Trips .......................... Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles .......................... Operating Expense . . . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita .................. Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Average Age of Fleet . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles Between Accidents ............ Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls ............ Operating Expense Per Capita .. ............. Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... PACE 132 132 132 133 133 '33 d4 134 134 135 135 135 136 136 137 137 137 138 138 138 139 139 157 157 157 158 158 158 159 159 159 160 160 160 161 161 162 162

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FIGURE IV-17 IV-18 IV-19 IV-20 IV-21 IV-22 LIST OF FIGURES . :: Qperating Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . . Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile . . . . Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle .............. Revenue Hours Per Employee . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips Per Employee . . . . . . . . 1-9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY V-1 V-2 V-3 V-4 V-5 V-6 V-7 V-8 V-9 V-10 V-11 V-12 V-13 V-14 V-15 V-16 V-17 V-18 V-19 V-20 V-21 V-22 Service Area Population . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Trips . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vehicle Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Revenue Miles . . . . . . . . . . . . . Operating Expense . . . . . . . . . . . . Passenger Fare Revenues ................... Total Employees ......................... Vehicles Available for Maximum Service ....... Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service . . . . Vehicle Miles Per Capita ................... Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile . . . . . . Average Age of Fleet ...................... Revenue Miles Between Accidents ............ Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls . . . . . . Operating Expense Per Capita ............... Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ......... Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile ... ....... Maintenance Expense Per Reve nue Mile . . . . Farebox Recovery Ratio .................... Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle . . . . . . Revenue Hours Per Employee . . . . . . . .. Passenger Trips Per Employee . . . . . . . . PAGE 162 163 163 163 164 164 173 173 173 174 174 174 175 175 175 176 176 176 177 177 178 178 178 179 179 179 180 180 xvii

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PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF FWRIDA TRANSIT SYSTEMS PART II PEER REVIEW ANALYSIS, 1988 I. INTRODUCTION Under contract with the Office of Public Transportation Operations, Department of Transportation, State of Florida, the Center for Urban Transportation Research ( CUTR) has conducted a performance review of Florida fixed-route transit operations. This report is based on data from federally-required Section 15 reports, which are submitted by systems receiving Section 9 funding to the Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) for each fiscal year. UMTA, which has required these data since 1979, provides extensive documentation on how the data are to be collected and reported, and requires auditor certification of the submitted data. Section 15 reports are the best single source of data for reviewing transit operator performanCe because the data are standardized, they undergo extensive review, and they result from a substantial data collection and reporting process by the transit agencies. Some Section 15 data are used by UMTA and by states and localities in calculating formulae for the allocation of funding to transit properties. Therefore, the data are important to the respective transit agencies because of the impact : they can have on funding. This report provides an overview of the individual performance of Florida fixed-route transit properties. These systems provide bus service exclusively, with the exception of Metro Dade Transit Agency where Metrorail and Metromover data are included. Fixed-route purchased transportation services are included for Metro Dade Transit Agency. Incomplete data precluded evaluating purchased transportation services for other transit properties. Demand responsive transportation services were excluded for all Florida properties. The report is presented in two parts. Part I (separately bound) begins with a summary of the variations in statewide trends between operators, followed by a presentation of Florida fixed-route total trends. Part I also presents the performance trend of each of the sixteen (16) Florida fixed.route transit operators over a five-year time period (1984-1988). A variety of tabular and graphical data is included which portrays the changes in several performance, effectiveness, and efficiency measures from the year 1984 to 1988. Part n presents tabular and graphical data contrasting the performance of Florida transit operations with each other and with similar systems from around the countty for 1988 (peer 1

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review analysis). 1988 was the most recent year for which reviewed data was available from the properties. Appendix A provides a list of definitions of terrns used in Part II and is identical to Appendix A of Part I. Appendix B of Part II presents a review of the specific sources for data used throughout the analysis and is identical to Appendix B of Pan I. Appendix C provides a more-detailed review of the peer selection process. A. THE PURPOSE OF PEER REVIEW ANALYSIS A common method of evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of transit systems is a peer review analysis, which is essentially a comparison of a system s performance with the performance of similar systems or "peers" around the country. While conditions among various properties may vary in some respects a peer review provides a basis for evaluating relative performance. It is very useful in that it raises questions and identifies areas that may need further review and analysis. However, considerable caution should be taken when interpreting the results of such an analysis. Significant differences should be explored to identify specific operating character:istics that may explain these differences. The major purpose of a peer review analysis is to provide a general overview of system performance as compared to similar systems around the country. An overview of comparative performance assists in establishing initial hypotheses concerning performance strengths and weaknesses. These initial hypotheses identify areas within a given transit property that are performing satisfactory as well as areas that may require additional attention. 8. PERFORMANCE REVIEW DATA BASE The major source of data for the performance review is Section 15 reports. To receive federal funds, transit properties are required to report a variety of data in a standardized format, resulting in what is known as a Section 15 report. These reports provide standardized measures of reporting that enable a more accurate comparison of information between properties. Since 1979, when this reporting requirement was instituted, additional refinements in data collection and reporting have increased the accuracy and comparability of the data. There remain, however, some differences in definitions used by transit properties in Section 15 reports so caution is urged in interpreting the results. 2

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The data are for the fiseal year used by each transit authority. For Florida properties, the fiscal year runs from October 1 through September 30. For other properties, the fiscal year may be different. For clarification of any discrepancies, it is recommended that the parent operating agency be contacted to verify data and identify any unique characteristics of significance. In the trend analysis, data from fiscal years 1984 through 1988 are used. The peer review section of pte report uses 1988 data for the comparisons. Data Reliability All Section 15 data submitted to UMT A are subject to considerable review and validation through manual and automated methods. Each report is thoroughly examined to identify errors, questions, and inconsistencies. UMT A identifies problems and requires each reporting agency to respond to these problems before the final report is accepted. The quality of the data published in UMTA's "National Urban Mass Transportation Statistics Section 15 Annual Report" improves each year as the transit properties become more familiar with collecting and reporting data and as definitions and procedures become more specific. Despite the fact that the data are becoming more reliable over t ime, there still remain problems with the quality of the data for some transit systems. For this study, data were taken from published summary reports of Section 15 filings and from individual Section 15 reports provided by the transit agencies for fiscal year 1988. With the exception of data on service area population and the inflation rate, all information was provided by the transit authorities; CUTR did not collect any original data o r conduct any audits or on-site analyses of the data or data collection procedures. CUTR did, however, review the data in detail and correspond with the transit agencies concerning questions or inconsistencies. This review involved identifying irregularities in trends and numbers that were believed to require additional review and verification, such as reviewing selected ratios and data trends to identify changes that were atypical, given the overall trends. Additionally, a completed system data file was provided to each Florida propert}r for review and verification. In many instances, data were changed or significant modifications were 3

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made. In several cases data previously submitted to UMT A were changed to reflect new infonnation or clarifications of definitions and refinements in data collection. In some cases, transcription or other errors were discovered in the data. In other instances, erroneous data from previous years which could not be corrected was extrapolated or estimated to provide the most accurate information possible The objective was to provide the most accurate data possible in order to correctly reflect the perfonnance trend of Florida's fixed-route transit operations. The level of attention to data review was considerably greater for Florida properties than for peers from outside the state. The data used for peer comparison in Part U of this report consisted of 1988 data from other transit authorities. Since these data are more reoe nt, they are expected to be of higher qual ity. The absenoe of trend data for the non-Florida systems precluded applying some of the reasonableness tests to the peer data that were applied to the Florida properties' data. For each system, a brief summary has been prepared which itemizes the differenoes in the data used in this report and that originally taken from Section 15 documents The changes and explanatory notes as to why and how the revised numbers were developed are n oted Unresolved questions are noted as well. Data DeOnl!lons To fully understand the data presented in th i s report, it is important to understand the definitions of the terms used in Section 15 documents In many instances, these definitions differ from initial peroeptions and may be subject to interpretation. Appendix A provides a detailed list of term definitions used by UMT A The data collection procedures further specify exactly what is being referred to by a given term. For example, "passenger trip" refers to an individual boarding a transit vehicle. A person riding a bus from the comer to the offioe takes one passenger trip to work and a second passenger trip to return home. Likewise, a person who takes a bus, transfers to Metrorail, and then transfers to Metromover would be counted as taking three passenger trips. In spite of these definitions and refinements in data collection prooedures, there remain some discrepancies between properties as to how terms are defined and how information is collected. Accordingly, caution should be used in interpreting findings, especially for those variables that are more likely to be subject to variation in definitions. Examples include some variation on the specific definitions of "roadcalls" and "accidents" used by the various properties. Other agencies differ in how empl oyees are categorized among administrative, transportation, and 4

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maintenance tasks. Still other discrepancies can result from differences in the organizational structure of the agency and the allocation of responsibilities between the var io us governmental entities. For example, some transit properties establish t heir own transit police/security forces, while others rely on the municipal or county law enforcement agencies to provide the necess.ary services. Differences such as this can result in a significant variation in operating costs. N umerous other, more subtle cost allocation differences can impact the data. For example, street sweeping and garbage pickup at park and-ride and other transit facilities may be provided ai no cost by a given jurisdiction or may be a contract or in-house cost of the transit operator. Legal services, computer services, engineering and design support, administrative support, and other costs are often shared costs that may or may not be allocated between the transit authority and a parent govemmental body. The trend toward greater contracting out of support services and operations is resulting in redu ced comparative value for labor productivity measures and some other measures. Performance Indicators and Measures The evaluation measures that are used throughout the performance review are divided into three major categories: performance indicators, effectiveness measures, and efficiency measures. Performance indicators report the data in the selected categories that are required by Section 15 reporting. These tend to be key indicators of overall transit operator performance. Effectiveness measures typically refine the data further and indicate the extent to which various service-related goals are being achieved. For example, passenger trips per capita is an indicator of the effectiveness of the agency in meeting transportation needs. Efficiency measures involve reviewing the leve l of resources (labor or cost) required to achieve a given level of output It is possible to have very efficient service that is not effective or to have highly effective service that is not efficient. In addition, the service can be both efficient and effective or inefficient and ineffective in attaining a given objective. The substantial amount of data available through Section 15 reporting provides an opportunity to develop a large number of measures Sets of performance indicators, effectiveness measures, and efficiency measures have been selected that are believed to provide a good representation of overall transit system performance. Other measures and categorizations may be developed with the same data. Table I-Cl lists the indicators and measures provided in this report and also lists sub-categories where appropriate. The 5

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extensive list of indicators and measures provides a voluminous amount of data, all of which i s required to fully understand the performance of a system. While shorter lists of key measures may reflect overall performance, the detailed information reviewed herein enables one to begin a more extensive analysis of transit system performance. 6

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TABLE ICl Performance Review lndicalots and Measures lndlcetor Effoctflo'eno .. Moasuree Efflctenor Moaaur" Service Atea Pop u lation -S..ppfy eo.t Etflcloncy V.hlcle Ml&et Per C.plta Op.,lng &p. Por Coplta Pusenger Ttip& Op. Exp. Por Capita (84 $) Passenger M il&a SoNioo eon ... mptlon Exp Per Puk Vthide Puoenger Trip Por Coplta Opor. Exp. Pot I'Mk Vth l c l o (84 S) Vehl cle M iles Passenger Trip& Per Rev. Mif.t Operating Elcp. Ptt Pasaeng or T r i p Rewtlue Milea Passenger Tripe Rev. Hour Opor. Elq>. Por Pa ... Trip (84 S) Vehiol o Houf'l Operating Exp. Pet Passenger Mil e Rove:nu. Hours Qu altty of SeMce Opor Exp Por Pasa. Milo (84 $) Route Miles Average SpMd Clpttatlng Exp. Ptf Revenue MUe Avtt'age Ao of Atet (ln years) Opor. Exp. Por Rewnuo Mil o (84 $) Total Operating Expense Number of Accide nts Operat ing Exp. Per Revenue Hour Total Operating Exponao (1984 $) T0141Roadcal18 Opo r Exp. P or - Hour (84 $) Total Maintenance &penee Rev. Milet Between Aocidt:nts M aintenance Exp. Per Rewnue Mile Total Maintenance Expon .. (1984 S) Rev. Mil es Between Roadcallt Main!. Exp. Per Revenue Mil e (84 $) Total Capital Elcluoe.lty Pw.tenue Houra Per Employee Total Gallona Consumed Rewnuo Hours Per Opor. Employee Kilowatt Houro ol Propullion Poww Rovonuo Hours Pot Maim Employee Rewnu. Hourt Pel Admin, Employee Vehicle Mnn Ptlr Maint. Employee Puoengor Tripa Por Employee Total Vlhlclot Po< Main! Employee Total Volllcleo Per Adm in. Emp loyee EntfVYUUIIatlon Vehicle Milot Pot Gallon Vehlole Mllea hi tolowatt Hour 7

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C. PEER SELEcriON PROCESS The methodology for the se l ection of peers for the statewide peer review is relatively simple in nature and is summarized in this section The selection process is based on operating var iables (number of motorbus vehicles in maximum service, vehicle miles, vehicle hours, average speed, route miles, number of days service is provided) as well as exogenous variables (geographic location, service area population, service area population density). The selection process also includes a final review to check for reasonableness and extraordinary conditions. This final review narrows each group to include approximately ten to twenty similar transit systems (including Florida trans i t systems). Figure 1 illustrates the methodology. A more-detailed review of the peer selection methodology for each group is provided in Appendix C. Although the peer review analysis will be conducted using data reported in 1988 Section 15 reports, the se l ection of peers was based on data reported in the 1987 Urban Mass T ransportation Administration Section 15 Report." This was necessary since 1988 data was not readily available for systems outside Florida. Once non Florida transit systems were determined to be potential or backup peers, these systems were contacted directly in : order to request a complete copy of their 1988 Section 15 report. With the exception of Space Coast Area Transit in Brevard County, all Florida systems currently reporting Section 15 data were placed into categories based on the number of veh i cles operated in maximum service. Space Coast is a unique system which does not provide any fixed-route service. In 1988, Space Coast reported the operation of 40 vanpools and 19 demand-response vehicles in maximum service. The characteristics of this system are not typical of Section 9 providers; therefore, it was determined that the inclusion of Space Coast in the peer analysis would be inappropriate. The Florida systems were grouped into categories based on a review of basic operating characteristics of the systems as well as several exogenous variables. The logic of grouping the systems into categories relates to the expectation that systems of similar size tend to have similar characteristics including comparable overhead, similar infrastructure, and similar levels of authority within the organizations. The variables reviewed include the number of vehicles operated in maximum service, vehicle miles, vehicle hours, average speed, population, and population density. This data review resulted in the selection of four categories: 1-9 vehicles, 1049 vehicles, 50-200 vehicles, and greater than 200 vehicles. Since four categories were established, four peer reviews were conducted. 8

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FIGURE 1-1 . Peer Selection Process Categorize Florida Systems Based On Number Of Vehicles Add Systems From Outside Florida For Each F leet Category Eliminate Systems Not Within Specified Geographic Area Tea t For S imilarity For 3 Key Variables Decision Variable #1 Decision Variable #2 Decision Variable #3 Population Density Vehicl e Miles Average Speed Select Peers Fr. om Systems Similar For 2 Or Mor e Variables Final Review Of All Data 9

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The next step was to select peers for each category from outside the state of Florida. An objective was to have at least as many non-Florida systems as Florida systems in each vehicle category. All systems that belong to one of the four categories above and reported Section 15 data in 1987 were considered for peer selection. Systems in these potential peer categori es that were outside the specified geographic location were immediately eliminated from each vehicle category except for the category with greater than 200 vehicles. Transit systems operating in a similar geographic area are typically subjected to many of the same exogenous variables including weather, labor cost, historical transit ridership trends, and density The specified geographic area basically in cluded the southeastern part of the United States (including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas) as is illustrated in Figure I-2. FIGURE 1-2 Geographic Area for Selection of P eers Texas While properties outside this area may be similar, this provides a convenient method for narrowing the range of systems for groups with an adequate number of peer choices. However, when peer choices are relatively scarce as in the 200 or greater vehicle category, it was necessary to take a somewhat different approach to the selection of peers. This approach will be discussed later. Each peer category is narrowed further with slightly different methodologies as summarized in Appendix C. The selected systems for each peer group are listed prior to the presentation of data for that group. 10

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II. >ZOO MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY The selected peers for each mode provided by Metro Dade Transit Agency (MDTA) are listed below with the exception of the automated guideway transit (peoplemover). Appropriate peers for automated guideway could not be identified. It is anticipated that the Detroit Transit Corporation (peoplemover in Detroit, Michigan) would be appropriate for peer comparison; however, the system is relatively new and did not file a Section 15 report in 1988. They are expected to file their first Section 15 report in 1990. A number of unique characteristics and the limited number of similar operations result in the selection of some peers that are significantly different than Miami in some respects. 1bis is necessary since the objective is not to explicity factor out all the different characteristics between peers but rather to compare systems that have some similar aspects. The chosen approach for MDTA involves evaluation of each component mode's performance for some of the performance measures and evaluating total system performance for some of the measures. Thus, the MOTA peer review actually becomes a series of modal peer reviews including directly-operated motorbus, purchased motorbus; directly-operated and purchased motorbus (combined rapid rail, system total : excluding purchased motorbus, and system total. Automated guideway was not explicity reviewed since, as discussed previously, appropriate peers could not be identified. However, the performance of automated guideway is included in the system total reviews. 1bis report does not restrict the peers for MDTA rapid rail to only those systems with similar, high capacity, exclusive right of way operations but rather includes a variety of fixed guideway rail operations in a variety of operating environments. This allows for broader comparisons of the cost of providing and operating rail service. Each of the modal peer groups is listed below. The use of four digit abbreviations was necessary to briiJ.s about a consistent format for graphic reporting; hence, some of the acronyms diffell.#Bm those commonly used. ,,, 0 MOTORBUS MDTA MART BMTA Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration 11

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NFI' A GCRT DART DRTD HOOT HMTA MCfS MMTC NORT PITT PMTD SRTD BIST VIAM SOTS seer SMET Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Denver Regional Transportation District Honolulu Department of Transportation Services Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority Milwaukee County Transit System Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson Pittsburgh Port Authority of Allegheny County Portland Tri-county Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District Bi-State Development Agency St. Louis VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio San Diego Transit System Santa Clara County Transit District Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle PURCHASED MOTORBUS MOTA MART BMTA GCRT DART HMTA MMTC NORT SMET RAPID RAIL MOTA MART BMTA NFI' A GCRT NORT 12 Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Greater Oeveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson

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Pittsburgh Port Auth o rity of Allegheny County PITT PMID SR1D SDTI Portland Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District San Diego Trolley, Inc. SYSTEM TOTAL INCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS MDTA Metro Dade Transit Agency MART Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority BMTA Balt i more Mass Transit Administration NFfA Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System GCRT Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority DART Dallas Area Rapid Transit DR1D Denver Regional Transportation District HDOT Honolulu Department of Transportation Services HMTA Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority MCTS Milwaukee County Transit System MMTC Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission NORT Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson PITT Pittsburgh Port Authority of Allegheny County PMID Portland Tri-County Metropo l itan Transportation District of Oregon SR1D BIST VIAM SDTS SCCT SMET Sacramento Regional Transit District Bi-State Development Agency St. Lou i s VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio San Diego Transit System Santa Clara County Transit District Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS MDTA MART BMTA NFfA GCRT DART DR1D HDOT > Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System Greater Oeveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Denver Regional Transportation District Honolulu Department of Transportation Services 13

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14 HMTA MCfS MMTC NORT PriT PMTD SRID BIST VIAM SOTS SCCT SMET Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority Milwaukee County Transit System Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and J efferson Pittsburgh Port Authority of Allegheny County Po rtland Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District Bi-State Development Agency St. Louis VIA Metropolitan T ransit San Antonio San Diego Transit System Santa Clara County Transi t District Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle

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..... V> PUf-CE IIIOICATOU Servic:e Area Populttton (800) P-r Trlpo (0001 ..__...u .. tooo> Vellfelo Mil (000) ........ u .. (000) Vehfe l o 1 .... 1 (000) R..,_.,. Moun (000) ....... """ total Optrtlng fXpente (000) Total Mfnttnlnce Expense (000) Total Cplt.l (000) Total Loc:el lewn.. (000) Clpel'atfre lewrut ,.......,. ...... ...,...... (000) Toto!_,._ T ransportetton Optratt.._ Ellptoyees Malnt-Yehielel Avellable For MaXImum Service Vehfct .. Optrattd fn Nu.fiiUD Servic:e Spore btlo Total c..Ltona ConMned (000) t i lc..-tt Moure of Power (000) TABLE 11 1 OATA FOR MOTORIUS >200 MOTORBUS VUICLE CATECORT IIOTA MART IIMTA NFTA (M8) (Mil (M8l (M8l I ,83&.20 1,202.20 2,077.67 1,250.00 53, 199.ZZ 104,883.93 24,854.80 191, 491.55 269,257.04 319, 113.90 81,678.33 21,l7l.44 29,800.23 24,574.14 10,01<.07 18,508.24 25,951.08 20,949.4() 9 ,416 .76 1,610. 95 2,147.69 2,ZOO.l0 882.06 1,498.62 1 ,962.87 1,&T7.83 877.33 1,341.00 1,645 .. 70 1,429.90 1,754.80 192,342.76 $97,900 07 1100,752 .76 $23 ,960.29 S26, 112.71 $25,1 20.34 $11,812.97 .. s. 194.62 nt n/1 n/a ta5,699.&6 n/1 n/1 n/1 Sl4,160.Jl n/1 n/1 nt 132,746.23 n/1 n/1 n/8 2,345.00 1,978.30 896.00 1,034.80 1,549.00 1,281.30 599.30 354.80 531 .00 475.00 251.00 163.00 265.00 222.00 45.70 soz.oo 799.00 881.00 437.00 401 .oo 578 00 733 .00 367.00 25. II'S 38.24X 20.19" 19.07X 5,960.22 9,704.38 7,594." 2,884.Z8 nt n/O n/1 n/1 . GCRT DAAT DRTD (Mil (Mil (Mil 1,436.9a 1 ,652.00 1,855.00 68,562.75 48,479.64 51 ,24().62 227,793.41 1 5Z,650.69 213,990.82: 22,252.5& 20,988.04 27,895.65 19,302.63 16,663. 49 23,623.91 1,711.2:8 1,415.72 1,850.09 1,269. 95 1,198.47 1,351.51 1,428.10 1,510.90 2,301.30 s9J, n6.90 $86,749.21 $98,272.92 $24,8 22.85 S 2 1 ,328 .64 $30,526 .01 n/1 $13,463.74 $31,523.32 n/1 $21 5,543.10 $107,963.94 n/1 $4 9,5&9.06 $29,717.21 n/1 $25,933.26 S 19,082. ,27 1,803.90 1,152.50 1,963.40 1,070.70 m.zo 1,209.30 461.70 475.00 461.30 !71.50 304.30 292.80 663.00 686.00 755.00 570.00 539.00 603.00 16.32X 27.27X 25.211 5,779.39 6,660.36 6,983.31 nt ..,. n/1

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TASle 1142 "' OA1A fOR OIRfCTlYOPERATED MOTORBUS >200 MOTOA:BUS VEHICLE CATEGORY .OOT IIIlA MCTS IOITC NOOT PITT PMTO PRFORIWICE lNDICATOIS .. ) <> c. TB> (NI) 018) '"8) (NI) s.rvotce Ar .. Papulation (000) 688. 1 8 2,400.00 970 .90 1,969.54 625.00 1,450.00 988.28 Peu-.er Trfpa COOO> n 770.55 63,989 .50 73,289.43 71,233.06 11,4 15.66 48,245.53 PM....,..r Ntlea (000) 311,945 60 322,322., 190,087.96 247,455 45 171,843.20 301 116.38 164,909." vehicle Ntt .. COOO> 17,007.25 33,479 .12 18,837.10 27, 382 .1 3 12,995.59 29,895.62 20,998.49 .,.,..,. .. u .. (000) 14,858 .21 28 121.16 11,0S6.56 21,497 .33 12,033.91 26,062 .62 18,201.09 Ylhlele Koure (000) 1, 131.17 2,248 40 1,551.86 1,986.95 1,152.29 2,185 .11 1 ,494 .46 Revenut Moura (000) 1,048.21 2,055.42 1,463.65 1,559.93 t,064.n 1,998.42 1 ,118.25 Route Ml t .. 842.10 1,969.20 1,347.70 2,553.20 579.90 2,482.80 1,365.02 Total Operating bpere <000> t63, 104.39 1123,420.08 167 027.S4 $97 924.65 $56,880.71 S11S,737.79 166,320 .32 Total "-lnten.nce Expense COOO> 115,654.12 137,264.59 1 1 7,256.52 S23,017.76 S14,324 S6 135, 485.55 S14,997.61 Total Capital f.xpeNe (000) 122,900.01 145,471.70 15,6S4.08 S18,924.3Z nt n/O n/O Total Loeat Rnenue (000) 165,464.25 174,175 52 137,124.25 1115,580.33 nt n/a n/a Optratt,. llleverue (000) 118,821.57 164,769.19 130 560.50 153,694.89 nto n/0 n/o Pu..,..r Far" Rewnun (000) 118,644.33 132,897.13 125,817.42 131,151.08 nto nt n/a Total e.ptoyeH 1, ua.oo 2,587.20 1,351.70 2,006.70 1, 1 37.80 2 ,306 70 1,232.00 fr.-..porttlon Qptratfne E..,loyws 762.00 1,322 60 948.40 1,376.00 712.30 1,468.30 872 .00 Katnt.,...,-w:e 280 00 666.00 293. tO 412.50 267.80 5aa.so 240 00 Adlltntatratlve Ellployeea 96.00 598.60 110. 20 218.20 157.70 249.90 120.00 V.tl.ic.ln Aveillbl for Nul -Service 460.00 920.00 535.00 949 .00 436.00 905 .00 536.00 vehtct" Operated in Maxi-Service 380 .00 698.00 460.00 827.00 382 00 762 00 416.00 Spare Ratio 21.05% 31.81 % 16.30l 14. 7SX 14.14% 18.Til 28 .85% Total Gellona Const.aed <000> 5,200.49 9,754. n 5,421.99 6,860.96 4 128.85 9,859.51 5,044.22 HOurt of Propuhion Power (000) nl nto n/0 n/a n/e nt nte

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..... .... PER-Cl IIIDICAJ.o.RS .\ f', Sorvlco .,_ -r Trlpo P-Mlloo (ODD) Volllclo Mlloo (000) .....,.Miloo (000) Volllclo MouN ....,. Nourt (DOD) Rout MIIH Total Opertlng (000) Totlt Melnt..-..ne Expense (000> Totol Copltol E(ODD) Local ....,..... (000) Operatlrw I..,.,.,. (000) ,........,. .,... lewrues COOO> Totl Tren.porttfon Qptratina e.plc,eea ... lntenanu r..toyees Vehict .. Available For Maxi...-SarYica Vehfote1 Operated In Mu:i11111 Servic Spere htlo Total C.llont Con5f..Md (000) ICHo..att Mow's of PCIWf' (000) TAitE DATA FOR D J RECTL Y -OPERA TED MOTORBUS >200 MOTORBUS \IEiiiiCLE CATEGORY SaTD 81$1 VIAll (Mil) (118) (M81 900.00 2,335.27 1,136.911 12,693.92 45,089.02 37,523.79 56,319.07 181,743.64 131,752.12 7,169.95 25,071 .. 80 17,022.111 5,917.85 19,067.51 16,023.55 468.81 1 '768.47 1,180.10 423.50 1,315.31 1,141.87 868.60 2, 179. tO 1,401.80 SZ6,862.68 S87,90S.J2 $39,079.21 15,400.30 $19,842.92 18,758.80 n/8 S3,l00.44 f\0,504.88 n/8 172,728.87 S47,622.2S n/o $23,917.67 118,413.38 n/a $21,024.70 19,019.91 528.96 1,686.10 1,022.9S 320.94 1,039 .. 00 689.17 105. 45 455.40 224.08 102.57 191.70 109.70 l03.00 706.00 477.00 176.00 597.00 415.00 15.341 18.26X 14.941 1,952.111 6,678.41 4,564.75 nt n/8 nt SOlS SCCI SMET (Mil) (lUI) (MB, TB) 1,500.00 2,276.31 35,699.20 71,521.37 144,065.52 373,027.!0 22,900.2S 34,317.68 19,389.90 26,005.97 1,524.5& 2,499.15 1,381.08 1,769.89 1,374.00 2,079.60 1102,077.43 S1S6,D58.77 S38,600.24 n/O n/8 n/o ..,. n/o ..,. n/o ..,. 0.00 1,531 .50 2,880.40 976.50 1,863.40 407.90 650.20 147.10 366.80 509.00 1,099.00 405.00 960.00 ERR 25.68% 14.48X 4,824.40 7,886.93 ..,. 13,064..20

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... fABLE 11 00 DATA fOR DIIECUY-OPUA1ED fCITOitiUS ,.200 IIJT Ol iUS VEMIClE CATEGORY EffECT IVEtiU$ IIIEASI.MES ..... ..., .. Tl MHA OCR T OAIT OITO (Mil (Mil (Mil (Mil (Ill) (M8) !Mil $EIVJ CE $UPPl Y Vehicle M H Per-Ceptte 11.63 24.79 11.83 8.01 15.49 12.70 1 5.04 URYIC CQfSliiPTJCII PMteneer tripe Per 28.94 68.46 50.48 19.38 47.11 29 .35 27.62 Pall. Tripe Per Revenue H 2.87 3. 1 7 5.01 2.53 3 .55 2.91 2.1 7 PM t Tripe Pr I...,... MOW' 35.50 41.93 55.85 28.33 53 .99 40. 45 37.9 1 IULilY Of SElVICIE Awr-$pMd (I.M./R.M. l 12.35 13.22 11. 1 6 11.19 15.20 13.90 17.48 Awr ... A8e of flMt 12.53 38.91 8.99 12.30 7.<6 14.88 33.94 l.wn.. Mila letwen loedcelh (000) 4.11 0.84 1.40 6.32 7.77 2.16 2.37 AYAILAIILin lewrue M i lee Per Rout e Mile (000) 1 3.80 1 5.77 14.65 5.59 13.52 11.03 10.27

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..... \0 EffECTIVENESS MEASURES SERVICE Vehicle Mil" Per Clptte SERVICE OOMSUII'T I Clll ,.._ Trlpo ffio t.plu PM:a. Tr tpe Per aewn.e l(ile P .... Tri pe ,.,. aewn.. lour QUAliTY Of SUVICI! Aver .. o Spood (l.M./I.H.) Ave-rage Age of fltet (fn )"Mrs> NU!Iber of Aocfctenu Total RoedcUa lltevWJe MllH 8ttWMn Ac:cldtntt (000) .._... Mlloo let...., Rooclcolh (000) AVAIWi liTY Mtln hr loute JU l (000) TABlE 11-S OATA. FOR OIRECTLYOP1tATEO MOfORIU$ ,.200 MOTORBUS VUICLE CATEGORY MOOT tiNT A. MCTS IOUC (MBl ( MB) (MB, T B ) (Mil 13.95 19.40 13.90 105.74 26.66 75.49 36.17 4.90 2.23 4 30 3 3 1 69.42 31.1 3 50.07 45.66 14.17 13.97 11.65 13.78 7.46 5.46 6.19 6.e8 1,237.00 1,079 .00 1,268.00 1, 787.00 6,705.00 7,151.00 12,269.00 5,624.00 26 .62 13.45 12.03 4.02 1.39 3.82 17.64 14.59 12.66 8.42 .. tmT PITT PIITO (MB) (MBJ (M8) 20.62 105.29 53.39 48.82 5.47 2.97 2.65 61.80 38.74 43.14 11.30 13.04 16.24 .,. 7.22 12.14 746.00 1,808.00 844.00 4,284 00 26,967. 00 5,948.00 16.1 3 14.42 21.57 2.81 0 .97 3.06 20.75 10.50 13.33

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..., 0 TABlE 11 D A T A FOR DIIECTlYOPEIAlED MOTORIUS >200 MOTc.RJS YfiUC\.E CATEGOIY EffECTIYEMEU -......rs SlTD liST VIAll SOTS SCCT ""'' (118) ( .. ) (MI) ( 118 ) (08) (MI,Ttl SUVICl SUPPlY v.niele MH ,.,. 1 91 10.74 14.97 ... 15.27 15.08 SEIVI CE aJISI.JitTJON .. Mf'l8'*r Trtp. Per t.ptta 14.10 19.31 33.00 IRR 23.80 )1.42 Pa ... Tripe hf' .._...... IItle 2.15 2 .36 2.34 ERR 1.84 2 .75 '"' Tripe Pff Rewrue Nour 29.97 34.23 32.36 ERR 25.85 40.41 QUAL lTY Of SERY I Cl Aver-.e Speed
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TABlE 11 O ATA ftlt DIRECTLY OPEIAYEO MOTCUtJS >200 MOTOitiUS VEIIICL CATEGatY EffiCIEIICY IIIAIUiiS ICIT A MAlT lilT A NFTA GaiT OAAT DR11J IM) (HI) (Mil (118) (118) (Mil (Mil COST EfflC IEIICY Gpor 1tl,. ,., ta &50. 24 181.43 148.4 9 S 32.51 $65.26 S 52.51 SS2.98 Gpor. E-,., ,_ -lcle (1110) 1230.24 S169.38 $137.45 S 110.1J S 164.5Z $160.94 S162.97 ap.rau,. ...,. ..... T r t p $1.74 ... 19 S0.96 S1.64 l1.37 S1.79 S1.92 ot r etl"' f'l .. fter '- n 10. 41 10.36 S0.32 S0.50 S0.41 S0.57 S0.46 Gporott,. bp. l'w -aile 14.99 S3.7T 14. 8 1 14.14 14.86 l5.21 14.16 161.62 149.aa S5l.65 $46.32 S1J.84 sn.38 sn.11 .... ftl4nll"oe:: ... ,.,. ......... S 1.Z9 S 1.01 li.ZO 11.20 l1 .Z9 S 1.2.8 S 1.Z9 or-(Jp. l'w Clpot-e t t,. Ellp. 25.951 Z6.67X 24.931 Z9.07X Z6.47X 24.591 31.061: OftltATIIIG ltA TI .. Fertlbox l ecoverv 1 5.461 n/8 n/1 n/a n/8. 29.891 19.421 L oca l P e r Oplr. bp. 92 811 n/8 "'' n/a n/8 248.47X 109.861 Operatt,.. ......., Per Oper. txp. 37 .151 n/1 n/O n/a "'' 57.161 30.241 VEHIClE UTILIZATION Vehide " Per reM vet. ide (000) 5],]0 51.56 33.53 27.28 39.04 38.94 46.26 Vllllltle ..._ '-k Vtllltlde (000) 4.0Z 3.n 3.00 Z.40 3.00 2.63 3.07 ........ Ill '*" VMide Rites 0.87 0.87 o.as 0.98 P.87 0.79 o.as ......,. M l t Per Total Yehld (000) 36 8 7 32.48 23.78 22.46 Z9., Z4.Z9 31.29 t1oun ,..,. Tota l Vehtel ( 000 ) 2.99 Z.46 2.11 2.01 1.92 1.15 1.79 LMOI PICIIUCTJVIf Y a-.. '"' lll!>loyee (000) 9.19 7.41 8.46 19.20 4.68 3.94 4.62 Vehicle Mil Per Mllnt. &ployee (0001 60.24 56.12 51.74 39.89 48.20 44.19 60.47 ,.......,. Trlpo Per El!>l ov
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!:::l TA&L-E II DATA FOR OIRECTLYOPERATED MOTORBUS >200 MOTORIUS VliHICL E CATEGOAY EffiCIIMCY MEASIIU IIM>T ""'" MCTS .... c NOIIT PlTT ... ,. (le) ( .. ) ( ... 18) alST fffJCIEIICY (08) ll> ( .. ) ( .. ) Opof'atlre .. 191.70 SS1.43 S69.04 S49.n S91.D1 167 .II Opel'. f-... ........ (110) 1166.06 1145.71 1118.41 1148 .90 1151.89 $159.42 Opof'atl,. E-,.. Trip 10. 87 11.93 10.91 11.37 10.86 11.50 11.37 Opof'atl,. E-,.. Kilo 10.20 10.38 10.35 10.40 10.13 10.]8 10.40 Opof'atl,. f"P ... ._Kilo 14.25 14. 30 13.93 S4.56 14.73 S4.44 13. 64 Opof'atlre bp. ,.. ._ -160.20 160.05 145.79 162.78 153.42 157 .91 159.31 lllltnt......u bp. ,.,. a.wra. U 11.05 11.30 11.01 11.07 11.19 11.]6 .. lnt.,_o f"P. ,.. Opof'otl,. bp. 24.81S 30.191 25 .75X 23.51S 25.18S 30.66S 22.611 CfUAfJIIG UTIOI farel)ox lecOWf'Y 29 .55S 26.65S 38.52X 31.811 n/a n/a n/a Loc:el ...,.,.,. Per ape.r. EJI4). 103.741 60 101 55.391 118.0lX n/a n/8 n/8 Qptf"8tt,. I..,.,.,. Per hp. 29.831 52 481 45.591 54 831 "/a n/0 nl VfMICL E UTiliZATION Ylhtela Miles Per Peat Vehicle (000) 44.76 47.96 40.95 33 .11 34 .02 39.23 50.48 Vehicle Per Peek Veht, l e (000) 2 .06 3 .22 3.37 2 40 3.02 2.87 3.59 ......... MUet hr Vehic l e MilM 0.87 0 86 0.91 0.79 0 .93 0.87 0.87 ,.........,. MH Per Totel Vthlc t .. (000 ) 32.30 31.22 31. 88 22 65 27.60 28.80 33 96 ........,. Moura Per totel Ythlc l (000) 2.28 2.23 2.74 1.64 2.44 2 .21 2.09 LA1C1 PICIIUC1JVITY ltwnUI Mol.ll"'' Per (000) 0.92 0.79 1.08 0.78 0.94 0.87 0 .91 .....,. .....-. Por Opor. &pl.,... (000) 1.38 1.55 1.54 1.13 1.49 1 .36 1.28 Moura Per 11111m. hptooree ].74 3.09 4.99 3 .78 3.06 3 40 4.66 .....,. .....-. Por Adoln. &opt.,... (000) 10.92 ].4] 1 3.28 7.15 6.75 8.00 9.32 Ythlcle Mil .. Per Mint. hployee <000> 60.74 50 27 64.27 66 .]8 48 53 50.80 87.49 ,....,..,. Tripe Per bployee (000) 63.95 24.73 54.22 35.50 57.83 13. 56 39.16 Totel v.hlcl Per .. Int fl!lplorte 1 64 1.38 1.83 2 .30 1.63 1.54 2.23 Total Vtblcl Per Acat n 4.79 1.54 4.85 4 .35 2.76 3.62 4.47 ENUGY UTILIZATJCII Vehicle MllH P u C.tlan 3.27 3.43 3.47 3.99 3 .15 3 0 3 4 .16 Vehicle Miles P er nl n/8 n/o n/8 nl n/8 n/O

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TAilE 11 9 O A T A FOR OJRECTLYOPfATED >200 MOTORIW$ VEIUCL CATEGORY UfiCUir:r ., .,, sam II Sf VIAll $1)T$ SCI:T IMT (Ill) ... (Ill) COST .. (Ill) CMI,TI) Operett,.. 1 ; OW ,_. Clptt a m.as C7.64 134.37 EAA 168.05 S60.65 Qpor. E Pw -Miele (000) I IS2.63 1147.25 194.17 EAA S10.81 Qporatlrw Per _ Trip 12.12 $1.95 $ 1.04 Elllt S 1.93 0ptrett111 f'q w..,. hu. Mite S0.48 S0.48 111.28 Elllt S0.71 111.37 Oplf'ettrw bp. Pw ....,....tle S4.54 $4.61 Ell 15.26 1 5.51 _et, .. lip. ... -..... S63.U 166.13 134 .22 ERit 1 73.91 S 78.00 tltlltma hp. ,......,.... Jllt e 111.91 S1.04 111.ss EAA l1.46 11.4& tnt.....ce bp. Per Clpentt"' Eap. 20.101 22.571 22.411 Ell 27.671 27.96JC OPER4fi. G IATICB f arlbu lecovery nta 23.921 23.08X atR n/1 role Per Oper. lap. nta 82.741 121.861 EU nt n/1 i ng Per Oper. bp. nta 27.211 47.12:1 m nte nt VENICLE Yettlcle MH Per Pelk Vehicle (000) 40.74 42.00 41.02 ERR S6.S4 35.7S Vfhl cle Moun Per Peak Vehtele (000) 2.66 2.96 2.84 ERR 3 .76 2.60 MHH Per Vehicle M U 0.83 0.76 0.94 ERR o.as 0.76 a...,.. Mil" h r Total Vebiclea (000) 29.15 27.01 33.59 ERR 38.09 23.66 a..,.. IICU'I-Per toul 'lll'lleles (000) 2.09 1.86 2.39 m 2.n 1.61 a.A.IG PllCDJCTIVllY .._.. loura Per E-1000> o.ao 0.78 1.12 UR 0.90 0.61 ..,..,.,. Moul"a ht Optr. (000) 1.32 1.27 1.66 EU 1.4 1 0.95 fteWRJt Mourt Per Melnt. blployee (000) 4 02 2.89 5.10 ERR 3.59 2.72 -.......... ln. Eopl-(000) 4.13 6.86 10.41 UR 9.19 4.83 V1hicle Mllet Per .. Int. Ellployee (000) 67.99 ss.os 7S.97 ERR S6.14 52.78 p....._. Trlpo hr ... (000) 24.00 26.74 16.68 ERR 23.31 l4.83 lote l Vehicles P.r ... fnt. 1.93 1.S5 l. 13 ru 1.25 1.69 Totel Voflfeles hr ...-tn. Eopl1.98 3.68 4.35 ERR 3.46 3 .00 EHEaGY UTILIZATION Vehicle M tes Per Gel ton 3.67 5.7S 3.73 ERR 4.74 4.35 Vthlcte Mites Per K llowett-Mr nta nta nt nt nt 2.63 . .

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS I N >200 MOTORBUS vtHICLE CATEIXIAY FCl't SELECTED I NOICATOU Ai!O M(ASURE S FOR MOTORBUS TABLE Il0 TABLE ll1 Area Popu lation (00 0 ) Trips ( 000) systee ..... vatuea System hnlc Value$ Houston 1 2,400.00 8al timort 1 104 ,883.93 St. t.oult 2 2 335 27 Athnta 2 82 297.34 seat t l e 3 2,276 .31 Pi ttsburtf\ 3 77 4 1 5 66 Baltimo r e 4 2,077.67 M i\weukee 4 M i,.,.apol ia 5 1,969.54 Honolu l u 5 n,no.ss Denver 6 1,855. 0 0 Seattle 6 7 1,521.37 Metro Dade 7 ,834.20 M iMeapolis 7 7 1,233.06 Oelles 8 1, 6 52.00 Clev e land 8 68,562.75 Santa Clara 9 1,500.00 il ew ort..,. 9 65,804.63 PittsburSih 1 0 1,450.00 Houston 1 0 6 3,989. 5 0 C leve land 1,436.98 M etro D ade 53, 1 99 .22 B uHalo 1 2 1 ,250.00 Denve r 1 2 51,240.62 Atlanta 1 3 1,202.20 o atla.s 1 3 48,479.64 San AntOt'tiO 14 1 136.98 Port tend 1 4 48,245.53 Portland 15 988 28 St. t.ouit 1 5 45, 089.02 Mihaukee 16 970.90 San Antonio 16 37,523.79 Sacr....-nto 1 7 900.00 Stntl Clara 1 7 35, 699 .2j) Honolu l u 18 688. 18 luffa l o 1 8 24,854.80 N ew Orleena 1 9 625.00 S.c:r..nto 1 9 1 2,693 92 San o;ego 20 San Dl.,o 2j) TABLE 1112 TABLE 11 Vehicl e M i let (000) venue Mttet (0 00> Sytt .... V a l ues SYtt R nk Valutt Seattle 1 34 ,]17 61 Ko..ton 1 21, n1.16 IIOulton 2 ll,4 79. 12 Plttalour"" 2 26,062.62 P ittaburtf't 3 29,195 62 Seattle 3 26,005.97 A t Ltn t e 4 29, 100.23 AU ant 4 25,951.08 o ...... 5 27,895.65 o ....... 5 23,623 9 1 Ml-lfa 6 27,3R. 13 M t t'I"'INpp lla 6 21,497.33 st. Louie 7 25,071.80 l elti-.we 7 20,949 40 I Itt .... 24,574.14 Sant e Cla r a 19, 389 .90 Senta Ct ... 9 22,900 .25 C leYe\.-.1 9 19,302 .68 Cl ... 1 ... 1 0 22,252.58 St. Loui t 10 19,067.53 II 2 1 ,]73.44 Metro O ede 18,508 24 Portl.,.. 1 2 20 991 4 9 Port tend 1 2 18,201.09 D ell 13 20 ... 04 Mll-M 13 1 7,036.56 Mll-M 1 4 1 1 137.10 Dallu 14 16, 663.49 San Antonio 15 1 7,022. 71 s.n Antonio 15 16, 023.55 NOftOlutu 1 6 1 7 00 7.25 Nonolulu 16 14,858. 2 1 .... Orlllnl 17 12, 995.59 .... o..t ... 17 12,033 .91 8uffelo 1 8 10,012, 0 7 luff a to 1 8 9 116 .76 19 7,169.95 secr--.to 19 5,917.85 San 01-20 s .. 01-2j) 2 4

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RANKIUG O f StSTEM $ tN >200 MOTOR8U$ VEHICLE CAtEGORY FOR S ELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES FDR OllECILYOPERAIEO MOIDRBOS TA8LE tl TABlE 11 total Operating Expense (000) total ----------systea Rank Values System .... Values Seattle I $138,058.77 Seattlt 1 2 880.4(1 Houston 2 $ 123,42 0 .08 HCM.Jston 2 2,587.20 PiUs.burgh 3 $115,737.79 Atlenta 3 2,345.00 Santa Clara 4 $ 102,077.43 Pittsbuf'lh 4 2,306 .70 B a l t i110re 5 $100,752.76 M fnneepo\ is 5 2,006. 70 Denver 6 $118,272.92 BaltfiiKire 6 1, 978 30 Mfnnoapol is 7 $117,924.65 Denver 7 1 963.40 Atlanta 8 $117,900.07 Cleve l and 8 1,803.90 Cleveland 9 $93,776.96 D allas 9 1,752.50 Metro Dade 1 0 $92, 342.76 St. Louis 1 0 1 ,686.1 0 St. louis 11 $87,905 32 Metr-o Dade 11 1,553.00 Dallas 12 $86,749.21 Sante Clare 12 1,531.50 Mi lwautet 13 $67,027.54 1Ul weukee 1 3 1,351.70 Portland 14 S66. 32V. 32 Portland 14 1,232.00 Honolulu 15 $63,104.39 Honolulu 15 1,138.00 NOW O rleans 16 S56,880. 71 New OrlNI'\$ 16 1,137.80 Buffalo 17 $40,637.87 San Antonio 17 1,022.95 San Antcn;o 18 139,079.21 Buffalo 18 896.00 Soc:raftlentO 19 SZ6,86Z.68 Saeraeento 19 528.96 Stn Diego 20 San Dleto ;ro

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WXIIIG Of 51'ST91S Ill >200 JIOTOUUS VOICU CATEGOrt't fOR SUECT lNOICATOR'S NUSUIES FOR OllECTlYOP-ATEO NOTCIIUS TAil.E 1118 1A8LE 1119 Vehfclt Mites Per Capite Pua..-.ger Trips Per Rtv t nue M l It Systa Rltlk Values SysteM Rank V I lues Atliii'IU 24.79 )II"" Or, .. ,... 1 S.47 Mlul u 2 24.71 e.ttt-.or e 2 5.01 Port lend l 21.25 MOttO lu lu l 4.90 111.., Orleans 4 20.79 . ,..._ .. 4 4.30 P tttsturgb s 20.62 Clewlend 5 l.SS Milw-*te 6 1 9.40 M trnttpOl It 6 3.3 1 Clew land 7 15. 49 AttMte 7 3.1 7 Santa C lara a 15.27 Plttsburlf' a 2.97 Seattle 9 1S.OS O ttltl 9 2.91 Oenver 1 0 15.04 Metro Otdt 1 0 2.87 San Antonio 11 14.97 Stlttte 11 2.1S Houston 1 2 13.9S Portland 12 2.65 Minntpol is 13 13.90 luff a to 1] 2.53 o.u .. ,. 1 2. 711 St. louie 14 2.]6 blti1110re 15 11.8] Sift Antonio 1 5 2.]4 Metro Dade 16 11.63 Howton 1 6 2.23 St. l.ouis 17 \0.74 o ....... 17 2.17 luffa t o 18 8.01 S K r --.tO 1 8 2.15 Sr---.to 19 1.91 Sent c t.,. 1 9 1.84 S.O D i .... 20 Sll'l Otego 20 TAitE 110 TABlE 11 Ave rage Age of ''"t (In yeara) lt'ltnut Miles Betwten Accldtntl (000) ...................... . -------------Syat ..... V a lues ..,.,_ ..... Y tlUH .... OI-l ... 1 nl Atlantl 1 la.9 1 O atl 2 4 .29 -2 "" Metro D edit 3 5.10 s.nu ct...- 3 32.411 ,._,.., 4 5.46 4 29.5 9 s S.7l lfOUitOI"' s 26.62 laltl.,.. S.91 .. r. Louf e 6 U.89 Sent Ct.,. 1 6.16 Sin Antonio 7 22.79 N H--* 6.19 Portland a 21.57 Mftl "'"ttl 9 6.88 Seattle 9 16.25 Ph tab ... 1 0 1.22 Mew Ort e.ne 10 16.13 Marwtvlu 7.46 O etle e 14. 88 s.tt:te IZ 1.1'5 Olttlllu rlll 1 2 14.42 Cl.wt.-.d I S 7.10 ... ...... 13 13.45 At\.,t a 14 7.8] .. ,ro Ooole 14 12.53 s.. Anton i o I .S1 luffal o I S 12.30 IUf f alo 16 9.t9 ll lrrup,l t 1 6 12.0 3 St. Lou i e 1 7 11.1 2 tklnl tulu 11 12.0 1 '-tl.-.:1 II 1 2 14 llltt..,-e I S 8 99 s.cr-.to 19 1 3.22 Cl ... lend 19 7.46 san ot ... 20 Son O f -20 26 .

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CAtEGORY FOit $ELECTED IND1CATa:I.S AMO MEASURES FOR DIRECTLY-OPERATED MOTORBUS TABLE It 22 TABLE 11 Revenue Mi lea Between Roedel Its (000) Operating Expense Per Capito -----System Renk Values system R an k values Antonio t 1 4.59 t S29.8S ctevehnd 2 7.77 Buffalo 2 $32.51 Buffalo 3 6.32 Sen Antonio 3 134 37 Metro Dade 4 4.11 St. Louls 4 S37.64 Houston 5 4.02 Baltimore 5 $48.49 Mlnnepol is 6 3 82 M i nnc.apoli$ 6 149.72 St. louis 7 3.2T Metro Dade 7 S50.24 Portland 8 3.06 Houston 8 S51. 43 New Orleans 9 2.81 Dallas 9 S52.51 sac:r-81111ento tO 2.65 Denver tO S52.98 Denver II 2 37 seattle I I S60.65 Konolulu 12 2 22 Cleveland 12 S65.26 Dallas 13 2.16 Portland 13 S6T .II Seattle 14 I.T4 Santa Cl ara 14 S68.05 81ltlmore 15 1.40 MHNautee 15 S69.04 NilNaukee 16 1 ,.39 Pi ttaburgh 16 S79. 82 Santa Clara IT 1 .1T Atlanta IT S81.43 PittsburGh 18 0.97 New 04-leena 18 S91.01 Atlente 19 0.84 Konolulu 19 S91. 70 Stn 20 San Diooo 20 TABLE 11 TABL 11 Expens e Per Oper1tlng Expense Per Pauen;er Trip ReveNJe Mile ------------Syst Ro'* VtlUII SysteM Rent V a lue& New Orleans 1 $0.86 san Antonio 1 S2.44 Honolulu 2 so.ar Pore land 2 S3. 64 Milwaukee ] $0.91 Atlanta 3 $].77 aalti.,r 4 so.911 Mlt ... eUkM 4 $].9] San Antonio 5 SI.04 Buffelo 5 $4.14 Atlant1 6 19 Oerwer 6 S4. 16 Cl...,lond T SI.JT Honolu lu 7 S4.25 Portlond a SI.JT Mouat on 8 S4. 30 liltnneepot ta 9 SI.J7 Pittsburgh 9 S4.44 Pitt ........ 10 S1.50 sacra.ento 10 $4,54 luffolo 11 Sl.64 i a S4.56 NetroDidt 12 Sl.74 St. Louit 12 S4.61 Dati 1] Sl.79 ""' 13 S4.T3 -14 Sl.92 hltf.,-e 14 $4 .81 ._ton 15 Sl.93 Clew lend 15 S4.86 S..ttll 16 Sl.9] Metro D .. 16 $4.99 st. Louta 17 11.95 Dallaa 17 1 5 21 18 S2. 12 Sente Clue 18 15.26 SlnCI Clar-1 19 S2.86 $tattle 1 9 S'5.31 San Otergo 20 san otego 20 27

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS ANO MEASURES FOR OJRECTLYOPERATEO MOTORSUS TABLE 11 Maintenance Per TABLE U 27 Rweoue M il e Vehicle Mil._ Per Peek Vehicle (000) -------------------------Sylte Rll\k Va\UH Syst Rank Values San Anton i o 1 10.55 Sante Clare 1 56.54 2 10.82 Metro D.te 2 53.30 Sec:remento 3 10.91 Attanta 3 51.56 Atltntl 4 51.01 Portland 4 50.48 Mt lweuk" 5 S1.01 Houston 5 47.96 St. Louis 6 $1.04 Otn't'W 6 46.26 Honolulu 7 $1.05 Honolulu 7 44.76 Mimeapot is 8 $1.07 St. Louis 8 42.00 Mew 01'-leans 9 S1.19 S.n Antonio 9 41.02 lattimore 1 0 11.20 Nt lw.ukM 10 40.95 Buffllo 11 $1.20 40. 74 Oat las 12 $1.28 Pittlbursf'l 12 39.23 Clewland 13 $1.29 Cleveland 13 39.04 Metro Dade 14 $1.29 Dallas 14 38.94 o ....... r 15 $1.29 Suttle 15 35.75 HOUlton 16 $ 1.30 New OrlMna 16 34.02 Pitutlurgh 17 $1.36 l.altir 17 33.53 ,. Santa Clara 18 11.46 f I'I"'Mppl i 18 33.11 S4'1ttt 19 $1.48 luffalo 19 27.28 San Dieta 20 san DJeeo 20 TAILE II TAILE 11 a.......,. Mour Per (000) PN1qer Tript Per Eq)loyee (000) -----SYit .... valun Syat .... v.,..,. s., Antonio 1 1.12 Konolu\u 1 63.95 Mtt ....... 2 1.08 NewOrt ... 2 57.83 Buffalo 3 0 .91 3 54.22 Metro o ... 4 0.96 4 53.02 5 0.95 Port lind 5 39.16 Mew Or\ .... 6 0.94 Clt'lttd 6 38.01 Kono\Uhl 7 0.92 sen Antonio 7 36.68 P
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126 1 00 76 50 25 0 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE 11-1 Motorbus Sendee Area Population M W B N Q D D H H N W N P S a Y 8 8 8 DANFCARDMCMOIMRI IOCM T T T R R T 0 1 T l R T T T 8 A T C E A 1 A A l T 0 T A S C T T 0 0 T M 8 T T >200 Motorbua Vehlc:le Category FIGURE 11 Motorbus Paaaenger Trlpa --I N 0 D D H H N P P 8 I V S S S IDCM T A T T A R T 0 T T T R T T T S T C E T A A T T D T A 8 0 T T D D T 8 T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 M otorbus Vehlc:le Mllea 38 Ul.._ 21 II 1 4 7 0 D9UPCARDUCU01URI 1DCU T T T R R T 0 T T T R T T T 8 A T C & A AATTDTAICTTOOTU8TT >200 Motorbus Vehlc:le Category 29

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30 FIGURE 11-4 Motorbus Revenue M llea 30 1.4illlonl 24 1S 12 6 0 M M 8 N Q D 0 H H M M N P P S 8 V S S S DAMFCAADMCMOIMAIIOCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T D 0 T M S T T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 115 Motorbus Operating Expense M W I N Q 0 0 H H U M N P P 8 I V 8 8 S DAMFCAAOMCMOIMRI IDCU T A T T R R T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T D D T U 8 T T Motorbus Vehicle Category F IGURE 11-8 Motorbua T otal EmllloYHa WWINQODHHWMNPPIIVI88 DAMfCAROMCUOIMRI IOCM T R T T R A T 0 T T T R T T T a A T C I A T A A T T D T A I C T T D D T W 8 T T Motorbue Vehicle Category

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.... ..: . AGURE ll-7 Motwbue Vehlclea Available For Maxlnwm Service 1,000 i-... ... 400 200 O WWBNGDDHHWMNPPSaVSSS DAWFCARDWCMOIMAI IDCW T R l T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C E A T A A T l D l A 8 C T T 0 0 T M S T l >200 M oto r bua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Motorbue Vehicles Operated In Max inum Service -.. --. ... I .:.: =-FI= ::= 1-, --J c.,.. M M 8 N 0 D 0 H H M M N P P 8 8 V S S S OAMPCAROMCMOIMRI IOCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C c A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T 0 0 T M S T T 200 Motorbua Vahlele Category 31

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32 EFFECfiVENESS MEASURES FIGURE 11 Motorbus Vehicle Miles Per Capita 24 20 16 12 8 0 M M I N G 0 0 H H M W N P P S 8 V S 8 8 D A M F C A A D W C M 0 I M A I I 0 C M T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T D D T M S T T 200 Molorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-10 Motorbus Pasa8f\ger Trips Per Revenue Mile loiEAN l W N 8 N Q 0 D H H M W N P P S 8 Y I I S D A M F C A A 0 M C M 0 I M A I 0 C M T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T D 0 T N S T T Molorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE D Molorbue Average Age Of Fleet 14-MEAN 1 W W 8 N 0 0 D H H M N N P P I a V S 8 S D A M C A R D W C M 0 I M R I I 0 C M T T T A R T 0 T T T R T T T a A T C K A T A A T T 0 l A I C T T D D T M 8 T T Molorbua Vehicle Category

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J ,;. FIGURE 11-12 Motorbus Revenue Milea Between Accldente 40,000 r-32,000 f -1. . ... .. 8,000 0 r----'1 -1 -,_ r= -11---[JJ c.,.. MMBHGDDHHMMNPPIIVSSS OAM,OAROMCMOIM"l IDCM T T T A T 0 T T T A T T T a A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T D 0 T M S T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Motorbus Revenue Mllee Bet ween Roadcalla 15,000-r--------12,000 0 ,000 WW.MGOOHHWWMPPI.V88S OAWfCAAOWCWOIWRI IDCW T R T T A T 0 t T T R T T T I A T C E >200 Molorbua VeNcle C&Mgory 33

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3 4 EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 11 M o t orbua Operating Exp.., Per Ca p ita $100.00T--------------------, $80.00 $80.00 MEAN $20.00 $0.00 $3.00 $2.60 $2.00 $ 1 .60 11.00 $ 0 .00 WW8NGDOKHMWN,PSeVSSS OAMFCARDM C WOIUAI IDCM T A T T R A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T 0 0 T M S T T 200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 M otorbua Operatln11 Expense Per Paaaenger Trip MEAH 1 W & H G 0 0 H H W W N P P 8 a V $ S a DAMfCAROUCMOIMRI IDCM T ,_ T T R R T 0 T T T 1111 T T f a A T C E A 1 A A T T 0 T A S C T T D 0 T W S T T 200 Moto r bua VehiCle C ale90fY FIGURE Ute Motorbu Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile M M a N Q 0 0 H H M U N P 8 I V 8 8 & OAW,CAROYCUOIUR\ \OCM l T T 1111 1111 T 0 T T T R T T T I A T C I A 1 A A T T 0 T A I C T T 0 0 1 U 8 T T Motorbua Vehicle Category

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FIGURE 11-17 Motorbus Maintenance Per Revenue Mile M M 8 N Q 0 0 H H M W H P P 8 8 V 8 S 8 DAWPCARDWCMOIMAI IDCW T A T T R R T 0 T T T A T T T a A T C E ATAATTDTASCTTOOTMSTT >200 M otorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-18 Motorl>ua Vehicle Milea Per Peak Vehicle . WWBHODDHHMiotHPPSBVSSS DAM,CARDWCMOIMRI IDCW T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T a A T C E A f A A T T D T A a C T T D D T M a T T M otorbus Vehide Categoc-y F IGURE 11-19 Mot orbua Rftenue Houre Per Emplo,.. W W I N Q D D H H lot W H P P a V a 8 a OAWFCARDWCMOIIotR IDCW A T A A T T 0 T A a C T T D 0 T W a T T 200 Motorbua Vehicle Category 35

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36 FIGURE 11-20 Mot o rbus Passenger Trip e Per Employee M MINQODHHMWNPPSIYSSS I O C W T A 1 T A A T 0 T T T R T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T D D T M S T l 200 Molcrtlu a Vehicle Category . ..

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T.aLE 11-30 DATA rCA PURCMASEO >ZOO MOfC*BUS \IENIClE CATEGORY IIIlA .... .. GCIT DAIT ... ,. MKTC IIORT _, PHI-.CE c.r .. s orvfce Aroo ,..lotion (000) ..... lO 1,202.20 2,on.67 1,06.91 1,652.00 2,400.00 1,969.S4 6Z5.00 2,276.31 ,._, Tr1po 10001 S:s7.57 12.24 183.05 2,826.10 7,107.23 111.69 39.:SS 1,449.67 3W.26 -r Mil (000) 6!. 47 4,2S3.96 14,464.17 42,841.21 528.66 140 .09 2,684.17 2,981.22 olllela MIIH (000) 11tt.56 14.13 215.94 1,721 43 8,053.69 393 .29 10.18 497.59 1,206 .119 ......... ,, .. (000) fl9.82 10.68 215.94 1,144.05 6,521 .78 373.42 59. 4 5 455.34 1,089. 49 lhlele llouta (000) !6.14 0.77 8.911 106.41 454.90 27.74 4.36 55.51 n.so ........... (D00) 46.51 0.61 8.911 79.11 382.95 26.69 3.91 41.03 69.01 out e ZJZ.90 a1.40 400.20 1 93.8 658.80 43.118 105.90 )9.$0 458.00 oul -,. -10001 1 1,S43.73 IZS.59 1 717.56 15, 186.53 118,903. 61 1647.)4 $129 .22 S1,2S9.21 S2,16Z .II9 ot at Mafnterwnc: IE.,._. <000> nJa nJa n/8 n/8 n/a n/8 nJ n/8 n/a otal tapltal E 1574.56 nta n/8 n/8 nta ,.,. ,.,. n/8 n/8 ota l n/a nl8 nta ,.,. n/8 nl8 nl8 nJ ._. .., ...... falployoea n/8 ,.,. n/8 nl8 ,.,. nl8 nl8 n/8 n/8 ,.,. ,.,. n/8 n/8 n/8 ,.,. n/8 n/8 n/8 dlltnlstratfve blployeee nta nJa n/8 n/8 nta n/8 n/8 n/8 n/8 ..,_lc:ln Awl tlble For Mxl-service 71.00 11.00 23.00 u.oo 216 15.00 8.00 23.00 25.00 'Ill let" Operated In IIU:. service 66.00 10.00 22.00 1 8.00 194 12.00 5.00 19.00 2S.OO t-r btio 7.58X 10.001 4.551 27.781 11.341 zs.oox 60 001 21.05X o.oox otal fuel (000 of .. l tON) n/8 nl8 n/8 n/8 nl8 ,.,. ,.,. nta n/a ....

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. lAalE 11-32 DAl A FOR Pl.M.WSED MOTCI1.80S >200 NOTOitiUS VEIHtU CATEGORY EFfiCIEIICY IIEAMU II) lA Mil IMTA 0011 I> ART tiHTA MMIC NOll SIEI COST EffiCIENCY (JIPei"M Per capt ce 10.114 10. 02 10.35 13.61 $11.44 10.27 10.07 $2.01 S0.95 Gptr. E-,.,. PoN Volliclo root> 1Zl.J9 $2.56 132 62 S Z88.14 S97.44 s 53.94 $25. 84 S66.27 $&6.52 Operettfll ....-Per Trtp 12.87 $2.09 S3.92 $1.84 $2.66 S3.77 $3.28 10.87 16.38 Gptrott.., e_.. Pw no 10.24 10. 39 $0.17 10.36 $0 .44 11.22 10.92 10.47 S0 .73 Gptrott-. Exp. ,., --" liM $2.40 S3.32 $3.86 $2.90 $1.73 S2.17 $2.77 S 1.9P Gptrotl ... flcp. Por ---m.19 S41.67 $110.09 W S6 S49.36 $24.26 $33.07 $30.69 131 3 1 ... tnt ... a bp. ,., ........ Mile "'" nto "'" nto n/0 "'' nto nto nto tnt..wce fap. P e r Gperatlflll IJip "'" nlo nto nlo n/O nto "'' n/o nto WHICLI UTILIZATICII Mil" P.r P..t v.hlcte ( 000) 16.91 1 .41 9.82 95 .63 41.51 32.77 14.04 26.19 48.28 v.hlcle lloura Per Peek Vehicle <000> 0.85 o .oe 0.41 5 .91 2.34 2.31 0.87 2.92 2.90 a ........ Mlln Per Vehicle Mfle1 o.az 0.76 1.00 0.78 o.51 0.95 0.85 0.92 0 .90 .,...... Jltlee Per Tot a l Vehlctn (000) 12.96 0.97 9.39 58.44 30.19 24.89 7 43 19.80 43.58 lewrue ......-. Per Tota l v-.lcl d (000) 0 .66 0.06 0.39 3.44 1.77 1.78 0.49 1.78 2.76 LAlOR ftMIMJCllVlTY ----ftlpl-(000) nlo nto nto "'' nto n/o n/O n/O nto --...... Por Gptr. --(000) nto nto "'' n/o n/a "'" nto n/O nto .-.. ....,. Por Mint. ftlpl-(000) "'' n/o nto n/o n/0 n/o nta n/o "'' a.wnut lour a Per Adl fn. (000) n/o n/0 n/O nto n/0 n/o n/o n/0 nto 'HIIIe l o " Por Mint. ftlpl-(000) nto n/o n/0 n/o n/a "'' "'' n/O n/O ... _. Trlpo ... ftlpl-(000) "'' nlo n/1 "'' nl n/o n/o n/O nlo Tota l Vehlcl H Per *fnt. ployee nlo "'' n/1 "'' n/O n/1 n/o n/O n/o Tota l v.blclea Ptr '-PlOee nit n/O n/O "'' n/0 n/o n/o n/0 n/O ElflGT UTILIZATIOM Vlhlcla tit l Per Gill lon n/o n/o n/0 "'' n/o "'' "'' n/o "'' ::z

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40 RANKI,. G Of STSTEN S l N >200 ..OTOA:IUS vt:NIC1.E CATEGORY fOR SElECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES FOR PUA:CMASED MOTOAIU$ TABlE 11-D TABL E 1134 Sei"Vice Aru Population (000) Passenger T rips ( 0 00) ---------------------------------------Systtftt .... Value A:ank v a l ue s Houston 1 2,400.00 D a l las 1 7 ,107. 23 Seattl e 2 2,276 .31 C leve\ end 2 2,1!26. 1 0 8e\tl 110n 3 2 ,077.67 New Or lnns 3 1 ,449.67 M tmeepot I s 4 1,969.54 tMtro Dtde 4 5 3 7 57 Metr o D ade 5 1,838.ZO Seattl e 5 339.26 Dallu 6 1,652 00 Balti...,... 6 1 83.05 Cla v e \ and 7 1,436.98 Mouat on 7 171.69 Atlanta 8 1 ,202.20 M i 1'1r'11Mp0 \ i s 8 3 9 3 5 New Orl .. n s 9 625. 00 A t lant a 9 12. 24 TA.8L E 11 3 5 T AitE 11 Vehicl e Mit es (000> A .....,.._ M i l H (000) ---------------------Syst ..... V alun Syot Values oau .. 1 8 05 3 69 DaHn I 6,521.78 Cleveland 2 1,n1.43 C letland 2 1,344 .05 seattl e 3 1 206 89 Stettl e 3 1,089 4 9 Metro Dftde 4 1, 1 1 6 36 Metro hdt 4 919 82 wew ort .. ,. 5 497 .59 Mew OrltiN 5 455.34 Nouuon 6 393.29 Moue ton 6 373. 42 a.ttillOrt 7 215.94 t l .:>rt 7 2 15.94 M i l"nHPP l is a 70 1 a Mirnt"PPl f 8 59.45 Atlanta 9 14.1 3 Atlente 9 10.68 fABl E 1138 tABlE 1137 Ytft,cl .. for Yota l Oper atl,.. ( 000 ) $trvlca Syot ... Valun Syot Rri val uta O att 118,903.61 o u .. 1 216 cc ... c n 2 15,186 53 Metro Dadt 2 71 s..ute 3 12,162.89 Seltle 3 25 Metro o S 1,54S.n: ,.., ort.-4 23 New Ort ... 11 ,259.21 .. ttl..-. 5 23 .. ltl .... 6 t 717.56 cc ... c n 6 23 NOAton 7 1647.34 ...... ,.., 7 15 MIMOopolla I 1129.22 AtlW"'t8 a ,, Atlente 9 125 59 Jlhwepot f 9 a

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RANKING Of SYSTEICS 111 >200 MOTCUUS VEHICLE CATEcatY FCit SELECTED UI>ICATORS AND MtA.st.lltE$ FOR PUlCHASIO NOTO.IUS TABLE 110 Vehicles Operated in Hotm.m Service -----------------------------------system Values D alles I 194 Metro Dede z 66 seettl e l IS ltltimore 4 zz lift! orleans 5 19 6 18 Houst on 1 1 2 Atl anta a 10 Minneapolis 9 5 TAIU 11 Ptuenter Trlpt ,..,. ........,. Mile ---------------------------------------Syat ..,k New Ortuna 1 Cl evel and 2 Atltnta 3 Oalltl 4 Bet ttmore 5 M lmeepol is 6 Metro Dede 1 Mow ton a seattl e 9 TAil.l II U gpontlne r ,., ,__,Trip Valun 3.18 2 .10 1.15 1.09 0.115 0.66 0.54 0.46 0.31 Syot .... V a l.,_ Orl-1 10.87 Cl-'ond z Sl. 84 Atl.,ta J Sl.09 Dell 4 Sl.66 MetroOedlt 5 Sl.87 13.211 ._ .... 1 13.17 hltfmr. a 13.92 S Nttle 66.38 TABLE I 1 Ythlclt Mtlos Per cepit ------Sytt Rank Yttues Dettu I 4.88 Clev.lend z I.ZO IMYOrleww. 3 o.eo Metro o.st 4 0 .61 Suttle s 0.53 Houatcn 6 0.16 ltltlmon 1 o. 10 "t f i"'NNtpo\ Is 0.04 Atlenu 9 0.01 TAIU 11-42 Opentfnt Expen& Pe r C"Pitl ------------'Yt ..... Atlente 1 Mtmeapol fs z Houeton 3 t ,.,.. 4 Mttro Oade 5 Se attle 6 ... Ott .... 7 ct ... l ond a o u .. 9 TAll 11 44 Ope rat i nQ bpente Per Revenue Mf te Yaluet 10.02 10.07 10.27 1 0.35 10.84 10.95 $2.01 13.61 s u .44 -------Sylt .... VelUM *troOatit '11. 68 ........ t 1.13 Sttlttl 7 " .. ,..u 6 Sl.l7 Atl ... o 5 Sl.40 ..., O r l..,. 4 R.n D ella. 3 tl.90 l eltt.ore z 13.32 c1 ... 1ono1 1 n .86 41

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42 ltAift:INQ 0, S'f$T[ ItS IN ).200 MOTORBUS VUICt.t CATEr:.atY fC. SEl.ECT'0 HIDICATOI:S AIID MUSUIS t O. PIJR.CNAUO MOTORBUS TUL.f ll.t.S Mil Vehicle (000) ------Sytt .... V atuet Clewl.nd 1 95.63 $MUl a 2 48.28 oau .. 3 4 1.S1 32 .77 llw Ort...-w. s 26.19 -.tro 0.0. 6 16.91 M i ,....IIPOlls 7 14. 04 l alt C IIICW"I 9 .a2 At\ent 9 1.41

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PERFORMANCE INDICATO R S FIGURE 11-21 Purchued Motorbue Service Atea Population Mllllono .. D T A Millono .. D T A .. D T A i > 200 M otorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-22 Purchaaed Moto200 M otorbus Vehicle Category .. A T FIGURE U -23 Pun:haaed M olorbua Vehicle MUea lot AN 1 Q D II .. .. c A .. T II T A T T A c N 0 R T >200 M otorbua Vehicle Category a .. E T a .. E T a .. E T 4 3

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44 FIGURE 11 Purchased Motorbus Revenue Miles T e+---s 4 s+----j-:::;;.===-0 MMIQOHMNS 0 A M C A M M 0 M TATAATTRE A T A T T A C T T Motorbus Vehic le Category FIGURE 11 Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense S20T 118 W M 8 G 0 H M N S DAMCAMMOM TRTRRTTAE ATATTACTT Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-28 Purchased Motorbue VllllciM Available For Maximum Serv;c. MMeOOHMNS D A M C A M M 0 M TRTRRTTRI ATATTACTT Motorbue Vehicle Category

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!f:C FIGURE 11-27 Purchased Motorbus Velliclee Operated In Maximum Service 180jf-----.. A W I 0 D H W H A Oil C A M N 0 A A R 1 T A TAT T ACT 200 Motorbus Vehide Category s .. E T 45

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46 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES FIGURE 11 Purchased M otorbus Vehicle Milas Per Capita 5.------. .. 3 2 1 0 s 3 2 1 0 .. 0 T A .. D T .. .. A 8 .. T A 0 c 0 A H M .. .. N S 0 .. T T T T T A E A C T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Purchased Motorbus Pasaenger Trips Per Revenue Mile .. I 0 0 H .. N A .. c A .. .. 0 T A A T T A T .. T T .. c T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category s .. E T

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EFF1CIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 11-30 Motorbus Operating Expense Per Cep lta ... $10.00 $8.00 1--$&.00 $4.00 $0.00 "-"'1---.--__.,,.._ .. D T A 8 Q 0 H M N M C A M M 0 T A A T T A T A T T A C T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category F IGURE 11-31 8 E T Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip .. D T A M 8 Q D .. MM N A M C 0 T I 6 >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-32 s E T Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile .. M I Q D H W 0 N A W 0 A M M R T R R T T R T A T T A C T Motorbus Vehicle Category .. E T 47

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48 FIGURE U-33 Purchased MotOfbue Vehicle MUea Per Peak Vehicle 100,ooo.----==-----------, 80,000 80,000 o.ooo 20.000 0 M M 8 G D H M N S D A M C A M M 0 M T A T R R T T A E A T A T T A C T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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TABU JJ-46 DATA FOR OlltECTL YOPERATEO ANO PURCHASE[! MOTORBUS >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY ... ,. ""'' BMTA GalT PflFCIIWICE IIIOICATOitS DAAT HMTA IIIIC IIDilT SIOET ht"Yiu Aru (000) 1,1S8.20 1,202.20 z,on.67 1,436.91 1,652.00 2,400.00 1,969.54 625.00 2,276.31 p.._ Trlpo 10001 SJ,736.79 82,:509.sa 105,066.96 71,388.85 55,586.87 64,161.20 71,272.41 67,254.30 11,860.63 p.._ Kllft (DDDl 204,799.40 2.69,:122.51 323,367.86 242,257.59 195,491.90 322,eso.n 247,595.54 174,527.37 376,D09.0l Miele Mlln (000) 22,41W.8D 29,814 .. 36 24,790.08 23,974.01 29,041.72 33,872.41 27,452.30 13,493.17 35,524.57 it.-.. Mllft (000) t9,4Z1.06 25,961.76 21, 16S.l4 20,646.n 23,185.27 29,094.58 21,556.18 12,489.25 27,095.47 ltebtcte Hours (000) 1,667.09 2,148.46 2,209.26 1,817.69 1,870.62 2,276.14 1,991.31 1,207.80 2,571.65 ._ ...... (000) 1,545.13 1,963.49 1,886.78 1,349.06 1,581.42 2,082.11 1,563.83 1,105.75 1,838.97 tout ...... 1,573.90 1,n1.10 1,830.10 1,621.'90 2,169.70 2,013.18 2,659.10 619.40 2,517.60 rota l ..-.u,. Experwe COOO> 193,886.49 197,925.66 S1D1,47D.31 S98,963.49 S10S,652.82 S124,067.41 S 98,053.87 $58,139.92 S14D,221 .66 rotal Mlnt.......ee EJIPII'M (000) nt nt nt nta nta nt a nta nta nta Total Copltal -10001 nta nta nt nt a n/a n/ a n/8 nt nta rotal Local ...,.,.. (000) 186,869.03 nt n/8 n/O 0/8 nta n/8 "'" "'" ilporatiiiQ -10001 S35,2J4.1!e "'" "'" "'" nta "'" nta "'" 0/a _, .... _(000) m,12o.79 "'" "'" "'" n/8 "'" "'" nt nt rotal fllployeee nta nt 0/8 n/a "'" "'" nte 0/8 nto rrarwportatlon Operatt._ nt "'" nta "'" "'" nta n/e n/8 nl Catnt....a Ellployeee n/a "'" n/o "'" n/8 0/8 n/8 n/o "'" -...lnlatrattw EllployMe n/a "'" n/a "'" "'" n/8 "'" "'" "'' teltlcl Available for Mxf-Service 573.00 810.00 904.00 686 00 902.00 935.00 957.00 459.00 1, 124.00 tehlclet Operated In Mu. Service 467.00 588.00 155.00 588.00 133.00 710.00 832.00 401 oo 985.00 Spire Ratto 22.701 J7.76X 19.74 16.67X 2J.06X 31.69X 15.0lX 14.46X 14.11X rotat Fuel (000 of gallons) nta n/8 nta nta nta n/a n/ a "'" n/a

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Tut.E 11 O A T A fOR Ne PUICMSED ll)latiU$ >200 IIITOUUS WMIC:U CAIECctY .,. IIlJA ca n lFIICIUC't' ,.;,gs OMT lilT A c ... _, C&T IFFICIIliCY Cii>OO
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5 2 RANKIN G Of SYSTEMS tlf >200 MOTO.SU$ VEHICL E CATEGORY FOR SELECTED AND MEASURES FOR OtRECfLYOPRAT AND PURCHASED MOT Ol8US TAIU: 114 9 T ABLE 11 Area Popu lnion Passenger Trips (000) ----------Syst ent R ank vetues svste. .... v a t ... s Mouat on 1 2,400. 0 0 8altfmore 1 105,066.98 Suttle 2 2,276.31 AUM\ta 2 82, 309.58 Salt hftOt"e 3 2,0 77 67 Stattle 3 7 1 860 63 M hww,apot is 4 1,969. 5 4 Cleveland 4 71,388.&5 Metro D llde 5 1,838.20 M iMeapol is 5 71,272 .41 Oatl 6 1 ,652.00 New Or leans 6 67,2S4 30 C leveland 7 1,436.98 Houston 7 64,161.20 Atlanta 8 1,202.20 Dallas 8 55,586. 8 7 New Orleena 9 625.00 Metro Dec 9 53,736.79 TABI.E US1 TABLE l I Vehicle Miles ( 0 00> Revenue ICi lf'l (000) . . ..................... . Syst R onk Y llYN Syst R onk ValUH Snttle 1 35,524.57 K ou ucn 1 29, 094.S8 Houston 2 33,872.4 1 Snttle 2 27 ,095.47 Atlenu 3 29, 8 14 .36 Attenta 3 25,961.76 Dal las 4 29,041.n O atlu 4 23,185.27 Mim,..polis 5 27,452.30 M imHpO\Is 5 2 1,556.78 B a\tf.or e 6 24,790.08 8 a l t i.,r e 6 21,165.34 c teve lend 7 Z3,974 .01 Cleveland 7 20,646.72 Metro Dade a 22,489 80 Metro Dade a 1 9 428.06 NtoW Orleans 9 13,493 17 Ode.,... 9 12,4S9.25 TAII.E 11 TA&LE IJ S4 Tota l Qpenttne bll .. Vehfcl Avafleble For Maxi -Ser vice ........................... ............................ ........ S';Ot -Yal UH SV01 ..... veluea S.ettle 1 S l 40 221 66 SHttle 1 1, 12 4.00 ........ z S124,067 .41 M I"""P"l t s 2 957.00 o.u .. 3 S 105,652.82 Moutton 3 935.00 .. ltt .... 4 t101 ,410.31 let t I.,... 4 904.00 Clewlft 5 ... ,963. 4 9 D e ll 5 902.00 "'a lta 6 S91,05J.87 Atlentl 6 8 1 0.00 At\ Wit 7 197 ,925. 66 c ......... 7 686.00 Metro- S9J,U6. 4 9 Metro D .. a 571.00 ICtvOrl ... 9 lSI, tJ9.92 .... Or t ... 9 459 00

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RANICING OF SYSTfMS I N >20 0 MOTORBUS VEHICLE C ATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDI C ATORS AND MEASURES FOR DIRECTLYC'ERATEO AND PURCHASED MOTORBUS T A BLE 11 TABLE 115 6 Vehicles Opera ted i n Max i.um Service Vehicle Mltos Pe r Capita ----------------Rank System Rant Valuts Se attle 1 985.00 Atlanta 1 Z4.8D Kimeapol i s z 832.00 Nftl O rle.8f'IS z Z1.59 hltf., ... 3 7S5.00 Dallu 3 17.58 Dalla s 4 733 00 Cleveland 4 16.68 Houston 5 710. 00 Suttle 5 15.61 C leveland 6 5 88 00 Houston 6 14. , At lanta 7 588 00 Mimeepol is 7 13 .94 Hetro D ade 8 467.00 M etro Dede 8 1 2 .23 Nev Orleans 9 401.00 Baltimore 9 11.93 TABLE 11 TABLE 11 Pau.enger Tripe Per ReotenUe Mile Operating E xpense Per Capita -----------------------------Syst Ra .. ValUH SYtt Aenlc Values New Orleens 1 5 38 aaltt.,.. 1 S48.84 Bat timor a z 4 .96 Mfnneapotie 2 $49.79 c t ..... tend 3 3 46 Mttro Dade 3 SS1.08 Kimeepol is 4 3.31 Mouat on 4 $51.69 Atlanta 5 3 .17 seattle 5 $6 1.60 Metro Dedi 6 2 77 D altea 6 S63 95 Seattle 7 2 65 ct ..... end 7 S68.87 o.u .. 8 2.40 Att.,ta 8 $81.46 HOUlton 9 2 .21 New Orl..,. 9 S9 3 .0Z T.UU 1159 T A B L E 11 Oplf'OU,.. Pe r Oper atll'll EapeNe P e r -rTrlp Revenue Mile --Sytt lri Y l l UH Syst .... Yaluet Mew O r l -I S0 .86 Atl1nt a I S3.77 h ltl.:we 2 S0.9 7 M oua t on 2 $4.26 Atllnta 3 11.19 Mlmoopolll 3 $4.55 Mtn l!lpOl I a 4 11. 38 D allu 4 S4.56 ClewlMd 5 11.39 wOrt ... 5 $4.66 Metro Dedi 6 $1.75 Cl land 6 S4. 79 Oolloo 7 11.90 Belt f .... 7 S4. 79 ........ a $1 .93 Meti'O Olda 8 S4.83 '" '" 9 11.95 se.ute 9 $ 5.18 53

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54 RANKIM G OF SYSTEM S IN >ZOO VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEA.SUR U FOR DlltECTlYOPEAATEO ANO PUitCMASED MOTORBUS TABt.E rJ 6 1 Vehicle Mil e t Per P .. k (000) system .... ValUH Atlent a 1 50 .70 Metro Dade 2 48.16 Moulton 3 47.71 Cleveland 4 40.77 D allas s 39.62 Seattle 6 36.07 New Orleans 1 33 .65 Minneapolis 8 33.00 lilt i1110re 9 32.83

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2 0 1.6 1.0 0.5 0.0 PERFORMANCE INDICATOR S FIGURE 11-34 Directly-Operated And Purchased Motorbus Service Ar9a PopulaUon M 0 T A M 8 0 0 H M N 8 AMCAMMOM ATRRTTRE TATTACTT Motorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE Q-35 Oireet!y-Qperated And Purchaaed Motorbus Paaaenger 100 80 M D T A o o M o" T ,. 6 v Motorbua Vehicle Category M E T FIGURE 11-38 Dnetty-
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56 FIGURE 11-37 Directly-Operated And Purchased Motorbus Revenue Miles M M 8 G 0 H M N 8 D A M C A M M 0 M T A T A A T T R E A T A T T A C T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-38 Directly-Operated And Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense M M 8 0 D H M N D A M C A W W 0 T A T A A T T A A T A T T A C T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Categocy 8 .. t FIGURE 11-39 Dnctty-Operated And Purchaaed Motorbus Vehlclel Available For Maximum Service .. 9 A .. A R T .. T A 0 c R T H .. T A .. .. T c N 0 R T >200 Motorbua Vehicle Category a ..

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FIGURE 11-40 Dlntctly-()perated And Purchaaed Motorbus Vehlclee Operated In Maxinum Service 1,000,---i:ii.u;------aoot-----M D T A M 8 0 D H M N M C A lM 0 T I 9 c Motorbus Vehi cle Category s .. E T 5 7

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58 EFFECI1VENESS MEASURES FIGUAE ll-41 Oirectly-Operat&d And Pur chased Motorbue Vehicle Miles Per Capita .. .. 8 Q 0 A M C T A T A \ T A T 0 R T H .. .. T T c N S 0 .. R E T T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE ll-42 Directly-Operated And Purchaeed Motorbus Paaaenger Tripe Per Revenue Mile .. D T .. . .. A T T A 0 c A T "EAN 1 D R T H W N 8 .. .. 0 .. T T A & A C T T Motorbus Vehicle

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EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 11-43 Directly-operated And Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense Per Capita M M B Q D H M N 8 DA.MCAMMOM T R T R R T T R E A T A T T A C l T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-44 Directly-Operated And Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ... ... Q 0 A M C T A T 1 A A T A D H M N 8 A M M 0 M A T T A E T A C T T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 DI1'9Ctly()perated And Purchaeed Motorbus Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile II A A T T A Q c A T D A A T H ... T A ... II T c Motorbue Vehicle Category 59

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60 F IGURE 11-4 6 Direc tlyOperated An d P u r chased M o t o r bus Vehicle M iles Per P eak Vehicle 80,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 .. .. 8 0 0 H .. H s 0 A .. c A .. .. 0 .. T A T A A T T A E A T A T T A c T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Cat egory

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"' ... PUORIWICE IIIDICATORS Service ArM ,_lation <000> ,.._, Trl po (000) Paaaeneer Mt ln <000> Vehicle MUee (000) R-Mil .. (000) Vcponoe (000) Total (000) Total Capitol E.,....t (000) Tot a l loeet Revenue (000) Operating Revenue (000) Paaaenger Fare (000) Totet Ea.,loyeea Transportation Operating Ef!W)loyHS Mtlnt-..ee Adlrinfat ratfve Vehicles Avai leble For Maxiaua Servfee Vehicles Oper ated in Maxinun servtee Spare R atto KilOMeU Hours of Propuls ion Po..cr (000) TABLE 11-62 DATA FOR RAPIO RAIL >200 V EIUCLE CATt:GORl' II>TA MART BMTA (Rl,SC) (ll) (Rl) 1,838 20 1,20l.20 z,on.67 1 0,406 22 65,908.00 13,424.02 81,584 65 292 850.10 69,465.25 5,149 .01 13,493 88 4,509.91 s,oro.n 1 3,256 .31 4,364.90 183. 75 561.37 189.74 171.82 548 .11 183.67 42 40 ti7 40 31.60 $37,463.10 S49,68S.38 $29,992 .68 $ 1 4 562 .. 79 $19,247 06 $12,715.61 $10,962 .31 n/t nta 537,463 .. 10 nta nta $9,355.24 nta n/8 $8,616.64 nt nta 487.00 912 00 460.50 79.60 458.00 108.40 236 40 326 00 248.60 171. 00 128.00 103.50 130.00 234 0 0 100.00 74.00 131.00 60. 00 75.68X 711.63X 66 .67X 35,739 .10 68 989.45 31, 217.46 NHA GCRT (SC) (ll,SC) 1,250.00 1,436.98 7,422.15 13,268.66 17, 367 .83 91,942.06 915.71 3,268 .. 33 915. 7 1 3 013 94 89 ,05 159.64 86.99 123.35 14.10 69.70 $11,786 .45 128,860 .94 S5, 357 27 $15 278.40 nta n/a n/O nta n/a nta n/a nto 169.70 520.10 41 .00 173.00 102.50 254.80 26.20 92 .30 27.00 102.00 23 00 63. 00 17.39% 61.90X 9,665.00 39,990 .70

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Rl TASLE 11 DATA FOR RAPlD RAIL >200 MOTORBUS YEHtclE CATEGORY c n PITT PM Ill SinO SOTI PRFORfiWICE INOJCAT C.S CSCl CSC) CSCl CSCl (SC) Service A,.. <000> 62S.OO 1,450. 0 0 988 .28 900.00 1,500.00 Plentfl" Tripe (000) 8,161.!7 8,184.51 5,585.5! !,581.62 9,280.62 'eneer N t '" <000> 21,!16.49 51,l95.9l l2,l65.M 20,l81. 70 6l,5l5.25 Vehtcle Ntl" (000 ) 662.64 2 252.12 1,420 .!7 961.52 2, 140.76 Mil (000) 661.32 2,192.18 1,405.65 9l6.18 2,0ll.72 Vehicle Moura (000) 77 .l1 1 57 .6l 94.l9 5l.66 117.62 .....,.. Moura COOO> 76.46 15l.47 75.95 47.00 108.92 IU lH of Trec:lt 16.l0 62.40 29.10 56.20 41.00 Total Operetir'll Expense <000> S4,l78.35 $23,034.73 s r,846.n S 7,751.79 S 7 ,948.34 Total Meintenenca Expenae (000) 11,454.23 S12,0l8.88 12,655.14 12,281.27 52,499.76 T otal Capital Expenee COOO> nl n/8 n/6 nl nl toul Local (000) n/8 n/6 n/a nl 17,354.26 Ope-retina leYenJe COOO> n/8 n/8 nl n/a S7,354.26 F.re ........,.. <000> n/8 n/6 nl n/8 S7, 317 48 Total EIIPlO'f"li 1l2.90 450.10 1 26.00 80.16 128.00 Trentportetion Operating 46.00 154.80 45.00 l6.27 5S.l0 EIIPlOVMS 76.20 270.40 5 3 00 37.89 58.10 10.70 24.90 28.00 6.00 14.60 Vehicles AVIHable For Mtxi.,. Service l9.00 97. 00 26.00 26.00 lO.OO Vehtcln Opented in MaXi-Service 24 .00 80.00 22 00 Zl.OO 24.00 Spere Ratio 62 501 21.25 % 18.18% 1l.04X 25.00% Kilow.tt Moura of Propulsion Power (000) 3,140.5l 2 4,816.60 9,204.96 8 ,644.45 9,669.60

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TAILf 11-64 DAT A RAPID R A I L > 200 II)TOIIUS VEMICI. C ATGORY flfKTIW.U MEASIn IC>TA .... IIlJA M fTA GCitl (IIII:,SC) (U) (U) (SC) (U,SC) SOVI:a """ . ... c.pl .. 2.eo 11.22 2.17 0.73 2.27 : .._ ...... 5.66 54.82 6.46 5.94 9 .23 2 .05 4.97 3.08 8.11 4 .40 60.56 120.25 73.09 85.32 107.57 41MLITY Off IDVI CI ._...,, , tpeed (I.JI./1-.1.) 29.5 1 24.19 23.77 10.53 --.._. ., Hoot (In .,..,.) 3 .00 4 .94 3 .44 4.00 5.aa o f Accl-. 156.00 32<1.00 81.00 99.00 2<13.00 Tot a l toedr all1 nil n/1 n/o n/1 z.so.oo 1........,. Mfl let....-n AUfdlntl (000) 32.50 40.66 53.89 9.25 11. 46 lewn&M u .. Roedc ltll (000) n/1 n/a n/1 n/a n/1 AVAJ LAIILITY ...,.,.. I t l rer Route M t l e (000) 119.59 151.67 138.13 64.94 43.24 el ....

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TAll( 11 DATA fOI WIO RAil ,.200 fiOTatlit.IS YUictf CAffCDY ElfECTIVliiSS OEASUIES """' PITT PIOTD .. SOli I SCI ($C) ($C) ($C) ($C) SUVICE -T ....... tapllo 1.()6 1.44 1.07 1.41 SEIYICE --fiCII .... ..,, ,,,,.,... Cliplte 13.06 5.64 5 .65 3.98 6. 19 ... 6 Ttfpe N a ..... tie 12.34 3 73 3.97 3.83 TtiJII ,_ -10out 106.74 76.2 0 8S.2T aMLin Of IIIVICI ....... Spood ( l 0./1 1.) 14.28 1 9 92 18.67 A"WWaee Afit of flM t (In 'f'IWI) 64 26 14.Sl 4.00 2.00 7.1 7 .iUIIDI1" of Acctt 149. 00 101.00 152.00 73.00 27.00 Tou t toedc U 348.00 1192.00 n/o 127.00 n/0 ...,... Mit .. ,....,.. Accldtnu ( 000 ) 4 .44 21.70 9 .25 1 2 .82 . ...,...,. .. u .. Itt....., loedtalll (000) n/0 n/0 n/O n/O n/O AYAILAIILitl 1_.... Mil r l out H (000) 3S.1l 4&.30 16.66 49.60 ..

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TABLE II DATA FOR RAPID RAIL >200 MOTOA:IUS VEMlCU: EffiCIEIICY IIEASI.ES IOTA MART BHT A NfTA GCRT (Rlt,SCl (Rltl (RRl (SCI (RR,SC) ca;.zrc:: ... Pw taplta S20.38 S41.33 114.44 S9.43 S20.08 Opll'. I 'IFII..,. PHk Vebtele (000) $506,Z6 S379.za S499.88 S512.45 S458.11 ClpiHCI .. IJIIFIM P hla. Trip S3.60 S0.75 S2.23 St. 59 S2.18 Gperett,. 11111 ... ,..,. PM:a. Mf le SO.I7 S0.43 S0.68 S0.31 qoonttre IEiop. ,_ -Mile S7.39 $3.75 S6.87 Sl2.87 S9.58 lp. 38.87X 38.74X 42.40X 45.45X 52.94X CIPU.TING RATIOS fareboa leeowry 23.00X n/O n/1 n/1 n/o Loetil ........... ht Oper. EJc,p. IOO.OOX n/8 nl n/1 n/a 2.16 1.20 1.69 2.12 0.71 a.wr.. Moura Per lllint:. Ellptoyee (000) 0.73 1.68 0.74 o.as 0.48 Rwwut Moura Per Aalin. fltployee (000) 1.00 4.28 1.77 3.32 1 .34 Vololcla MIIH ,., Mllnt. EllpiO)'OO (000) 21.78 41.39 18.14 8.93 12.83 Paa...-r Tri P* Per EIIPloree (000) 21.37 72 27 29.15 43 74 25.51 Total Yebtc les ,., Malnt:. Ellptovee 0.55 0.72 0.40 O.Z6 0.40 Total Yehfclee Per Acta;n. 0.76 1.83 0.97 1.1!3 1.11 ENERGY UTILIZATION Vehicl e Miles Per (flowatt-Hr 0 .14 0 20 0.14 0.09 0.08 "" VI

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g: TASLE 1167 DATA fOft WID RAIL NOTORIUS VEHICLE CATEGORY EffiCIIICY MEA$UIE$ ""'" PITT PHTO SRTO SOT! I SCI ($C) ($C) (SC) ($C) COil UfiCI_., GfiNll .. I Jl .. P.,. t.ptte $7.01 $15.119 $7.94 $8.61 J5.30 ...... 1 J I .. hr PMt Vttllcle (000) $182 .43 $287.93 $356.67 $337.03 JlS1 18 ..,.,,,. ,., ... hr P .... Trtp $0 .54 $2.81 $1.40 $2.16 $0.86 Opwettne ''J .. ,.,. Put. Jtl te $0 .21 $0.45 $0.24 $0 38 $0.13 Oporotl,. Elrp. Pw ,,_... Milo 86.62 $10.51 $5 58 $8.28 $3.91 Oporotl,. Elrp. Pw ,,_... Mour $57.26 $150 .1 0 $103.32 S164.92 sn. 97 Melnt..,_ lxp. Per Revenue Mt le $2.20 $5.49 Sl.ll9 $2.44 ll.23 ... lft.ttnMC:e Exp. hr Qptrath .. EJI.P. 33.211 52.261 33.841 29.431 31.451 OHlATIIIG lATIOS Recovery n/8 n/8 n/8 nJo nJo Local Per Op..-. hp. nJ nJe nJI nt n/0 Opeut ing lcvenue Per Oper. E.p. nJo nJ nJ n/8 n/8 VEHICLE UltLIZATJOM Vehicle Mile Per Peat Vehicle (000) 27.61 28.15 64.56 41.81 89.20 Vehicle Moun Per Put Vehicle (000) 3.22 1 .97 4 29 2.33 4 90 lll:evena Mllet Per Vehicle Mt tet 1.00 0.97 0.99 0.97 0.95 .....,.,. Mil .. Per Total Vehiclet (000) 16.96 22.60 54.06 36.01 67.79 levwue lfour'tc Per Total Vehiclet. (000) 1.96 1.58 2.92 1.81 3 .63 FtMIMJCTIVIT Y .................. Eoiployoo (000) 0.58 0.34 0.60 0.59 0.85 ,...,.,..,. Moura p.,. Oper. &ployee (000) 1.66 0.99 1.69 1.30 1.97 I....,... hr Melnt. Eaptoyee (000) 1.00 0.57 1 43 1.24 1.87 leverut Moura ,..,. Aein. (000) 7 .15 6.16 2.71 7.83 7.46 Vehicl e MUM P IIMIInt. EIIPlovet (000) 8 .70 8.33 26 80 25.38 36.85 .. ....,. Trtpe Per fiPlO'fM (000) 61.41 18.18 44 .33 44.68 72.50 Tout Vehlclet Per Meint. EIIIPlorN 0.51 0.36 0.49 0.69 0.52 Totll Vehl<:lH Pe-r Adlln. E111ployee 3.64 3 90 0.93 4.33 2.05 ENCY UTILIZATJOK Vehicle Mile s Per KitowettHr 0.21 0.09 0.15 0.11 0.22

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY SELECTED AND MEASURES FOR RAPID RAIL TAll t1 TABlE ll-69 S.rvfce ArM Population (000) Pa ssenger trips (000) System Rani< values Syston Rank values Baltimore 1 2,077.67 Atlanta 1 65,908.00 Metro Dade 2 1,838.20 Baltimore 2 13,424.02 San Diego 3 1,500.00 Cleveland 3 13,268 66 Pittsburgh 4 1,450.00 Metro Dade 4 10,406 22 Clweland 5 1,436.98 San D iego 5 9,280 62 Buffalo 6 1,250.00 pi tt s.burth 6 8,184.51 Atlanta 7 1,202 20 New Or leans 7 8 161.37 Portland 8 988.28 Suifalo 8 7,422.15 Sacramento 9 900.00 Portland 9 5 585.53 N.,. Orleans 10 625.00 sacramento 1 0 3,581.62 TABLE 11 TABlE 11 Vehicle N i L .. (000> Revonut Mil .. (000) .......... ....... .................... -Sytt ..... Values svst .... values Atlanta 1 13,493.8& Atlanta 1 13,256.31 Mitro oecre 2 5,149.01 Metro Dade 2 5,070.77 Balthrore 3 4,509.91 3 4,364.90 C leveland 4 3,268.33 cleveland 4 3,013.94 Pittsburgh ( s 2,252.12 PI ttol>urgh 5 2,192.18 San Diego 6 2,140. 76 san oieoo 6 2 ,033.72 Port lend 7 1,420.37 Port lard 7 1 ,405.65 8 961 52 sacr..,.to 8 936.18 Buffalo 9 915.71 Buff ala 9 915.71 New to 662.64 New orleens tO 661 .32 TAIL! lln TAilE 1173 Total Opttat:tre E 1 .. <000) Total Eq)loyeea Syot -VI lUll Syat Rani< Values 4 Atlanu 'lfl 1 149,685 38 Atlenta t 912.00 MotroO .. 2 SS7,463.10 el ... tlflll 2 520.10 Baltl-. 3 129,992.68 lletroOoda 3 487.00 elowt .... 4 128,860.94 Baltt.,ra 4 460.50 5 SZ3,034.73 Phtlbul'tllt 5 450.10 Buffalo 6 111,7116.45 luffelo 6 t 69.70 SanDI ... 7 $7,"4.34 .., orl.7 t32.90 Portlond a ll',w. n san DlotO a t28.00 Slcr_..to 9 17,751.79 Portlend 9 t26.00 MewOr l ... 10 14,371.35 sacr_..to to 80. t 6 67

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68 IWCKUIG OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTOitBUS VNICU CATEGORY FOI SELECTEO tNOICATORS AND MEASUIES fOR RAPID RAil TAIL II 74 TABLE (J. 75 Vehie l., Available Service Vehicles Operated in ................................ ..... Sysce .... Valun Sys tem ..,. Values Atlanta 1 234 Atllnta 1 131 Metro Dede 2 13<) Pittsburtf\ 2 80 Clevetend l 10< N4!'tro Oede 3 74 8al t I MOre 4 100 ctewland 4 63 Pittti:M.Irsh 5 97 8elti.ora 5 60 N.., Orleans 6 39 Mev Orleans 6 24 San Diego 7 3<) Sen Die-tO 7 24 Buffalo 27 Buffalo 8 23 Portland 9 26 Sacrtmtnto 9 23 Sacramento 1 0 u Portland 10 22 TA.BLE 11 TABLE lln Vfbicle Miles Per Capita Passenger Tripe Per Revenue M ile Syst ..... Vtl'--t Syat ..... ValUH Atlanta 1 11.22 Nw Orl..-. 1 12.34 Metro 0_. 2 2.80 luffeto 2 8.11 C leveland 3 2.27 Atl.,ta 3 4.97 Belti.ore 4 2.17 $., Diego 4 4 .56 Pi ttsb.Jrgh 5 1 .55 Ctweltlnd 5 4 4 0 Portland 6 1.44 Portlend 6 3 .97 San D ltga 7 1.4] s.er..,to 7 3 .83 StcriiDit'ltO a 1 07 p It to1Jurt11 a 3.73 lftw Orle.,.. 9 1.06 lattire 9 3.08 lklffato 10 0.73 *tro Olde 10 2 .05 YMU 11 TAll! 11-79 ...., ... All of flMt ctn 'fMI"t) RetnUe Miles Accidents C000) ....................................... Syot .... Val._.. Syot ...... Values 1 2.00 sen oi-.o 1 7'5.32 Metro o.dl 2 3.00 ... t, .... 2 53.89 laltf.ara 3 3.44 AUwrta 3 40.66 Port I Wid 4 4.00 ... troD .. 4 32.50 84.iffalo s 4.00 PI tt s 21.70 Atlenta 6 4 .94 Sacr_,to 6 12.82 Clowlend 7 s.u ctawltnd 7 11.46 SanDt-a 7.17 luffalo a 9.25 PttUbureh 9 14.53 Portland 9 9 .25 Or l-10 64.26 .... Orlt10 4.44

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RA*ING Of SYSTEMS IM >200 MOJOitiUS vtlflct. E CAtEU:Y fC. sntCTED IIIH tA TORS AND Mr.ASURES FOR W I D RAIL TAIU c 1-80 TABLE 11$1 Operating EMPtnlt Par Operating Expense Ptr Ctpl tl Passenger Trip ................ -----..... -........ ---.. -...... -.. syu Renk values SYittm Valuu Stn Diego 1 $5.30 lltw Orleant 1 $ 0.54 Ntw Of"teens 2 t7.01 AtllnU 2 $0.75 -end 3 t 7 94 Sin D l190 l t0.116 Sac;r.-ento 4 13.61 Pottllnd 4 11.40 IUffalo 5 $9.43 luffato 5 $1.59 lalti.,.-.e 6 S14.44 Sacr-.,to 6 12. 16 p t ttst:IJJ'1Jh 1 S 1S.89 CltYOi ond 1 n .1 e Cleveland e s zo.oe l tlt leore 8 S2.Z3 Metro Dade 9 S 20.38 Phtlburgl'l 9 12.81 Atlanta 1 0 141.33 Metro Dade 1 0 13.60 TABlE 11 TABLE 11 ape_ratine e.,.... P a r M,tintenance Efpens Pe r lewnM Mil .......... u ........ ................. .................................. ------------------------Syst .... Vetun SYtt .... Vol-Atllt'lta 1 S3.75 Stn DI*IO 1 $1. 23 San Df190 2 S3.91 Atlanta 2 lt.s Poruard 3 s5.se Portland 3 11.89 Nhl orle.ans 4 S6.62 Nhl Orleans 4 12.20 8elti.ore 5 S6.87 Sacr_,.to s 12.44 Metro DG 6 S7.39 Metro Dd 6 12.87 S.cr.-nto 1 13.28 hltfmre 1 12.91 c I eve 111"11 19. 58 Cl evo l ..-.1 e $5.07 Plttsburtlh 9 S10.51 PltUI>urgb 9 $5. 49 luffelo 10 IIZ.ST IUffalo 10 n.es TAili 1114 TQlE 1185 Vollloltllll Pwr Volllo l t (000) Aewrue Moure Per Empto)"H COOO) .............. ._ ............................. ......... .... ....... ... ..................... ... Syst ... Velun svat Ronk VllUH Atlente I 1113.01 San D l 1 o .es san ot ... z 89.20 l'ortterd z 0 60 .. ltl-. 3 15.17 Atlente 3 0.60 MtroO.ede 69 58 Stc r-.to 4 O.S9 Port!..-.! 5 64.56 NwOtl ... 5 o.se Cltwl ond 6 51.81 ..,ffolo 6 0.51 1 41.81 .. ,,, __ 7 0.40 luffelo a 39.81 Mttro Dedi 8 0.35 ,,,_.., 9 28.15 P 1 t t ttlurll\ 9 0 .34 10 27.61 ct.-..tond 10 0 24 69

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70 TAILE RAN.ICING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTatBUS VEHICLE CA1ECORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AJI) MEASURES FC. RAPID RAIL 11-86 Passenger Trips Per E/11)toyee (000) -----------------System .... ValUH s.,.. D f eao 1 n.so Atlanta 2 n .21 Nev Orleaf"d 3 61.41 4 44.68 Portt1nd 5 44.33 Buffal o 6 43.74 88ltillaore 7 29.1 5 Clevel and 8 2 5 .51 Metro Dade 9 21. 37 Pi ttsb!Jrgh 10 18.18

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE U7 M D T A RaclldRail Svice Area Population A 2 s i T A A T T D D >200 Motorbue V9hlole Category FIGURE 11-48 Rapid Reil Paaeenger TriPe s D T I 70r 80 50 4 0 30 20 10 0 M D T A T A ....... -g & = A T T R A T T T T A A T T T D 0 Motorbue Vehicle Categy FIGURE 11 Vehicle Milee M Q P : = A T T fi A T T T A A T T T 0 0 >200 Motorilue Vehicle Categy 8 D T I a 0 T I 7l

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72 .. .. 8 0 A W T A T A T A FIGURE 11-50 Rapid Rail Revenue Miles N 0 N F C 0 T R R A T T p I T T p .. T 0 R T 0 >200 Motorbus Vehicle FIGURE 11-51 Rapid Rail Operating Expense W W 8 N D A W F T A T T A T A A Q H c 0 R R T T p I T T p .. T D A T 0 >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGUR 11-52 Rapid Rail Total W W I N D A W f T R T T A T A A Q N c 0 A A T T p I T T p .. T D R T D >200 Motorbue Vehicle Category 0 T I D T I D T I

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FIGURE 11 Rapid Rail Yehle'- Available For Max imum Service 2eo,..---------, 2QQ 1eo+---1QQ Q .. 0 T .. W I H 0 N P P S { T A A T T T 0 D 200 M otorbue Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-64 Rapid Rail s D T I Vehlclea Operated In Maximum Service 1eoT---------------------------, .. D T .. .. N T 0 () A T N 0 A T p I T T p .. T D s A T D >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category 8 D T I 7 3

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74 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES FIGURE 11 Rapid Rail Vehicle Miles Per Capita W W 8 H 0 N P P S S 0 A M F C 0 I M R 0 TATTRRTTTT A T A A T T T D D I >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Rapid Rail Paaaenger Trlpa Per Revenue Mile 14r---------------------------, 12 10 8 8 2 0 W W 8 N Q H P P S 0 A U F C 0 I M R T R T T A R T T T A T A A T T T D 0 >200 t.totorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Rapid Rail Average Age Of Fleet MEAN 8 I M M I N Q N P P S I D A W F C 0 I W R D T A T T A A T T T T A T A A T T T 0 0 I t.totorbue Vehicle Category

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FIGURE 1-58 Rapid Rewnue Milea Between Accidente !, R I A A T T T 0 0 Motorbue Vehicle Category s I 75

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7 6 EFFICI E N CY MEAS U RES F IGUR E 11-59 Rapid Rail Operat in g Expense Per Ca;lita $50.00..---------------, $40.00 $ 0 .00 u .oo $2.00 1 1 .00 10.00 .. D T A .. N 0 N p s A .. c 0 I .. A A T T A R T T T T A A T T T D 0 200 M o t o rbus Vehi cle Cate g or y FIGURE 11-60 Rapid Rail s D T I Op er a ting Expense P e r Pass e nger Trip U M 8 N D A M T II T T A T A A Q H p p $ C 0 I M Ill R R T T T T T T 0 D 200 M o t orbu e Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-61 Rapid Rail s D T I Operat ing Expen ae Per Rewnue Mile 112.00 " I D A II T R T A T A N i Q N c 0 R R T T I T T : T D D Motorb u 1 Vehicle C ategory D T I

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FIGURE ll-62 Rapid Rail Maintenance Expense P..Revenue Mile $8.00.-----$-4.00 $2.00 $1.00 $0.00 .. .. D .. T R T T N F T a N p p 8 0 0 I A A T T T T T 0 D Motorbus Vehic l e Category FIGURE ll-63 Rapid Rail Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle a D T I 120,000.---------------. 90,000 .. D T .. .. A N F T a c A T N 0 R T FIGURE 11-64 Rapid Rail p I T T c T D 0 Revenue Hours Per Employee .. N Q N , I .. c 0 I .. R R T T R T T T T T T T I) D MotOftlua Vehicle Ca t egory a D T I D T I 77

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80,000 40,000 20,000 0 78 FIGURE 11-65 Rapid Rail Pasaenger Trips Per Employee M M 8 N G N P P 8 8 0 A M F C 0 I M A 0 T R T T A A T T T T A T A A T T T D D I >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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.... '0 PRFOIIWIC lmlc.t .. .......... ArM .._ ....... (till)) .. Trlpo (OliO) ,.._, 101101 Volllcl II 101101 -MillO 101101 Vehicle aura (000) a..._... 11our1 (000) Rout Nfl .. Total Op.ratt'-ljl hpense (000) total Maintenance bpense (000) Total tepttal Expente (000) Total Local ReYenUe (000) Optratlne Revenue (000) Pu...,.er fare lewruN (000) total hployM:t treNpOrtatlon Operating &lployeee ... nt....,.&lpl-aa.tntetrtive e.plavtet Vehiclea Avai teb.te For MIJC.t-Service Vlhfclefi Operttd i n Maxi-Service Spire Ratio Totet Fuel <000 of aellons> Totl nerty Cons\8ed (000 of kw houra) TA8LE 11 DATA FOR SYSTEM TOTAl. EXCLlOlNG PURCHASED MOTORBUS >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY ..,,. ..., ... ,. NFTA totel Totel Totel Total 1.11Sa.20 1,202.20 2,on.61 1,2SO.OO 66,766.64 148,205.34 118,307.94 32,276.95 282,410.90 562,107.14 388,51'9. IS 99,046.16 26,922.30 43,294.11 29,084.05 10.927.78 23,964.16 39,207.38 25,314.30 10,732.47 1,&33.97 2,709.07 2,390.03 971. II 1,708.57 2,510.98 2,061.49 964.32 1,387.30 1,733.10 1,461 .50 1,768 90 Sl34,413.06 $147,585.45 Sl30,745.43 S52,424.32 S41,715.94 S45,359.76 S37,835.95 S17,170.2S $37,504 20 $159,396.17 S30,651 .63 $14,588.90 S127,nD.16 SIS6, 720.53 S64, 178.69 S28,934.00 $44,594 76 $69,609.49 $64,178.69 $19 1.16.00 S41,742.07 $47,467 .00 $62,655.19 s1s,n1.11 2,097.20 3,257.00 2,438.80 1,065 .70 1,120.40 2,007.00 1,389.70 640.30 618.40 857.00 723.60 353 50 358.40 393.00 325.50 71.90 644.00 1,033.00 981.00 464.00 486.00 109 00 793.00 390.00 32.51X 45.7DX 23.71% 18.97X 5,960.22 9,704.38 7,594.14 2,884.28 35,739.10 68,989.45 31,217.46 9,665.00 .... Gatr OARJ oaro Total Totol Tot a l 1,436.98 1,652.00 1,855.00 81,851 .41 48,479.64 51,240.62 319,735.47 152,650 69 213,990.82 25,520.91 20,988.04 27,895.65 22,316 .62 16,663.49 23,623 .91 1,870.92 1,415.72 1.393.30 1,198.47 1 ,351 .51 1,497.80 1,510.90 2,301.30 $122,637.90 1!6,749.21 98,272.92 S40, 101.25 21,328.64 30,526.01 S19,6n.u 13,463.74 31, 523.32 $124,132.02 215,543 .1 0 107,963.94 $]8,169.29 49,589 .06 29,717.2 1 $34,188.08 25,933.26 19,082.27 2,324.00 1,752.50 1,963.40 1,2'3.70 973.20 1,209.30 716.50 415.00 461. 30 363.80 304.30 292.80 765.00 686.00 755.00 633.00 539.00 603.00 20.85X 27.27X 2S.21X 5,779.39 6,660.36 6,983.31 39,990.70 n/O n/a

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"--cr CA-S.rvtc. A r M hp.llatlen c ) PM..,..r Trtpe (ClOt) ...... .... ( .. ) Volllclo Mil COOOl ......... .. (000) vlcle tlow e (000) .......... (000) l out " Tota l ot-r111nt bpenn (000) Tote l h,.....e (000) Tota l Ceplt e t (000) Tota l t.cal e.,.... (000) Clplt'atf,. a ...... (000) ,......,. ,.,. ........... (000) Treneportatlon Opentt,.. f11plO)'INI A*lnlltrattw e ... vetcl" l able for Ma.l.l -Service v lcl" Opera ted in Mxt-Setvlce Sper e a.tto Totl cer.-d (000 of "llcw.) Youl IN...V eon.....cf (000 of bt t.of.rt) lAILE 11-88 OATA fOI SYStEM TOTAl EXCLUDING PUaCKASEO MOTORBUS MOTORIUS YEMICLf CATEGORY MOOT IIIlA MCTS IIITC Totl Totl Totti totet 681 .18 2,400.00 910 .110 1,969.54 n. 710.55 63,9119.50 73,289.43 71,233.06 lU,N:S.60 32l,32l.IT 190,017.96 247,455.45 17,007.25 35 ,479.12 11,8.l7.10 27,382. Tl 14,1158.21 28,721.16 11,056.56 21,497.33 1,111.17 2,248.44 1,551 86 1.-.9S 1,048.21 2 0S5.42 1,463.65 1,559.91 842.10 1,969.20 1,347.10 2,553.20 63,104.39 121,420 08 67,027.54 97,924.65 1S,6S4.12 37,264.59 17,256.52 23,017.76 22,900.01 45,471.70 5,654.08 18,924 32 65,464.25 74,115.52 37,124 .25 115, 580.33 II,IZI.57 64,76!>.19 l0,560.SO 51,694.89 11,444.n 32,897 .13 2$ 817 .42 3 1 ,151.08 1' 151.00 2,587.:!0 1,351.70 2.006.70 762.00 1,122.60 948 ,40 1,37 6 00 280.00 666.00 293. 10 .. 2.50 96.00 598 60 110.20 2 1 8.:!0 460.00 920.00 515.00 949.00 3110.00 6911.00 460 00 827.00 21.0SI 31.811 16.301 14.151 5,200.49 9,154.n 5,421.99 6,860.96 nt nt nt nt """' PUT PMTO Tottl Total Tote l 625.00 1, 450 .00 9111.28 73,1166.00 85,600.1 8 53,131.06 193,159.68 158,512 .11 197,215 .28 13,658 .23 32,147.73 22,411.16 12,695.23 28,254.80 19,606.74 1,229.60 2,342.74 1,588 84 1,141 .18 2,151.88 1, 19(.. 19 596.20 2,S4S.ZO 1,]94.12 161,2 59.06 STJa,m.51 S74,167 .04 S15,178 79 147,524 43 S17,65 2.75 $9,417.16 S27,861.26 $10,390.24 161,547.40 168 ,3:18.68 s 7'9,640 .a7 $29,012.99 $ 50,591.23 0 236.97 114.104 .91 141 ,441.30 S21.224.61 1,270.70 2.156.80 1,)58.00 158.30 1,623.10 917.00 344.00 858 .90 293.00 168.40 27 4 .80 148.00 475 00 1,002.00 562.00 406.00 842.00 438.00 17.00S 19.00S 28.11 1 4,128.15 9 ,859. 51 5,044.22 3, 140.Sl 24,816.60 9,204.96

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00 ..... POJOMMIG l.ltATOIS So ,....._, Fare <000> Tocol....,._. ,,..._ .. u ... fo!>loyeoo Katnttnll"'te fllplO)'Me Adltfnlattatfve Ellployeea VilhtclH Available For Maxi-Service Vehiclea t n Mad-Service Spire Ratio fot.al fuel (000 of tal lone) Tote l Energy tonsuled (000 of tw houra) TMLE 11 DATA FOl SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLUDING PURCHASEO MOTORBUS >200 MOTOUUS VENICU CATtGOitY SltTD liST YIAI4 SOTS Tout Total Total Total 900.00 2,}35.27 1,136.98 16,275 .54 45,0&9.02 37,523.79 76,700.77 181,7 43.64 138,752.12 e, 131.47 25,071.80 17,022.78 6,854.03 19,067.53 16,023.55 522.47 1,768.47 T,180.10 470.50 1.315.38 1,141.87 924.80 2, 119.10 1,40 1.80 134,614.47 187,905.32 139,079.21 17,681.57 $19,842.92 $8,758.80 $17,075.00 13,200.44 $10,504.88 &31,111.17 172,728.87 $47,622.28 19,075.15 SZ3,917.67 $18,4 13.38 18,302.89 121,024.70 19,019.91 609.12 1,686.10 1,022.95 357.21 1,CIS9.00 689.17 143.34 455.40 224.08 108.57 191.70 109.70 229.00 706.00 477.00 199.00 597.00 415. 00 15.08X 18.26X 14.94% 1,952.78 6,678.48 4,564.75 8,644.4S n/a nt steT SltET Total Total 1,500.00 2,276.31 35,894.74 71,749.75 144,934. T3 373,253.45 23,134.14 34,348.86 19,614.86 26,037.08 1,540.30 2,505.69 1,395.46 1 776.15 1,393.50 2,081.00 $107,644.59 STl8,ns. 46 S30,D5.89 138,970 .36 $80,635.39 $74,843.44 $124,140.38 $147,893.96 137,978.40 142,407.96 111,253.84 130,034.98 1,663.30 2,892.90 1,017.30 1 ,868 .10 477.60 656.10 168.40 368.70 541.00 1,102.00 421.00 962.00 28.50% 14.55% 4,828.40 7,886 93 3,295.09 13,196.44

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00 N TAll( 1190 DATA fOI SYSTEM tOTA l EXCl i.OUI C P'UIIICMASED MOTOR8US ,.200 II!OT(a8U$ VfHICU CATI!CORY ffflCfiVEIIU I MAUlS """ *' .. NfTA GCIIIT OUT DUO TOtl Tota l Tottl T O t t l Tottl Tota l TOttl SfiVICl SWP U Vllltcto Mil l"or C..Cte 14 6S 36.01 14.00 8.74 17.76 12.70 15.04 SOVICl __,.II .. ..... .. Jl" , .,. ,.,. 36.12 121. 20 56.94 2S.a2 S6.9S 29 .15 27 62 Tripe l"or -Mile 2.79 1.711 4.67 1 .01 1.67 2.91 2 .11 .... ,, .... ,.... ......... _. 1 9 01 59.02 57.19 3J.47 56.7] 40. 45 17.91 &W.ITT 01 IUVICl ....... . . . ) 14.01 15.61 12.28 11.11 16.02 13.90 17.48 Awn .. Aee o f " t (In yeen) 4 .60 7 1 8 5 .71 8 88 7.54 4 29 5.7] Mu.blr o f A cct dentt 1 61 1 .00 991 00 2,411.00 89 7.00 2 849 00 1,120.00 696.00 t ottt IOidcatlt 4,507.00 30 911).00 14,919.00 1,554.00 2,483.00 7,699.00 9,948 00 M $ let lec...en Acciclent t (000) 14.67 19.48 10.50 11.96 7.83 14.88 3J.94 lewn.M Mllet ht....n loedcttlt COOO> 5 3 2 1.27 '. 70 6 91 8.99 2.16 2.17 A V AILAallllf I...,.. Ill Pw lout R U e 17.27 22.62 17.!2 6.01 14.90 11.03 10.27

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TABLE 119 1 D ATA fOR SYSTEM T OTAL EXQ.IJ)I M G PURCtiAS MOTOit8US > 200 II)TOR8US VHia..E CATEGOaY E ffECTJW:NESS IIEAa'lfl HOOT HMTA IItTS 1 04TC NOIIT PITT J>HTD Totel Total Total T otal Tota l Totel Total SfiiVIC SUPflY Volllcle MIIM Pw Clplta 24.71 13.95 19.40 13.90 21.8S 22.17 22. 68 SSIVIC IDI$I.WIIIII Pat .. r T rtpa Per 105. 7 4 26.66 75. 49 36.17 118.3$ $9 .03 54 .47 .... T r ia:-Per ........., n 4.90 2.23 4.30 3.31 $.83 3 .03 2 75 .... ,,,. ,... ........ lour 69.4 2 3 1.13 $0.07 4$.66 64.82 39.78 45.08 IIUAI.I Tr Of SOli I C Ave r ... Speed U.M./I. K.) 1 4.17 1 3 .97 11.65 13.78 11. 1 2 13.13 16.42 Aver ... Ate of fleet 7.46 5.46 6.19 6 88 10. 52 7 .93 11.76 MUitaer o f Acc:tdente 1,237.00 1,079.00 1 ,268 00 1 787.00 895 00 1 909.00 996.00 Tot a l 6,70S.OO 7,151.00 12, 2 69.00 5 624.00 4,632.00 28 8S9.00 5,948.00 a ....... M l lee Betlllftn Accidents (000) 1 2.01 26.62 13.45 12.03 1 4.18 14.80 19.69 Ievere. M l lee BettfOOI'I loedtat le ( 000) 2.22 4 02 1. 3 9 3 82 2 74 0 .98 3.30 A VAILAIILll Y M t l .. Par loute M t le 1 7 64 14.59 12.66 8.42 2 1.29 11.10 14.06

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TA8LE 11 92 OA1A fOR SYSTEM lOTAL EXCLUDING PURCKASEO M010R8US ,.zoo MOtORBUS VEHICLE CAlfGatf EffECT IWMEII .... IUS saro 81$1 VI AM snrs seer SOlEI Total Total Total Tot a l Total T otal SUVICf lli'I'LT Volllcto Mil ... c.lta 9.03 10.74 14.97 ERR 15.42 15.09 SUVICf .. .. Trlpo ... Capito 18 .oe 19 .51 33.00 Ell 23.93 31.52 frtpe ,.,. lft'W'UI Ktle 2.37 2.36 2.34 ERR 1.83 2.76 .... !ripe,_.....,....,.. 34.59 34.28 32.86 Ell zs.n 40.40 CILW.lll 01 SIIYICI Awr ... lpMd (R .. M./1 ) 14.57 14 50 14.03 ERR 14.06 14.66 Awr ... aaof n .. t (In yMra) 11.95 11.12 8.51 0.00 5.86 7 90 IU.IIIDtr of Aldenta 273.00 833.00 703.00 0.00 619.00 1,607.00 Total loedulla 2,359 00 5,823.00 1,098.00 0.00 16,674.00 1 4,944.00 Milet letween Accident (000 ) 25.11 22.89 22.79 ERO 31.69 16.20 I e.,.,.. M H et kt Roadc:allt ( 000 > 2.91 3.27 14.59 EU 1.18 1. 74 A'IAJlAIILJTY Milas hr aoute Mt le 7.41 8.75 11.43 ERR 14.08 12.51

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TAIU Tl DAfA fort SYSTEM TOTAL EXQJ,I)I .. I'URCIIA$EO MOTc.atS >200 Jl) f oraJS ve,eucu unar EffiCIUCY IIE.I9S ICIT A .... .. TA MFTA. GClT ... otTO Tote l Total Total Tote l lotel total TOtll COif fffTCTfiCY r -,... _. .. 173.12 112l.76 16l.93 141.94 18S.34 IS2.S1 852.98 -,... .. ,. ,. (000) 1276.57 1208.16 1164 .87 1 134. 4 2 S193.74 1160.94 1 162.97 -hr frlp 12 .01 11.00 11 .11 $1.62 11.50 1 1.79 11.92 -,... Milo 10.41 10.26 10.].4 10.53 10.38 10.57 10. 46 ClpoNtl,. Por -IIIIo IS.61 13.76 15. T6 14.88 IS.50 1 5 .21 14 1 6 u,. flip. ,.. -..., t71.67 153.71 S63.42 "-4. 36 188.02 172 .3 8 172.71 .. fntenence E ,.r R ft!MUI U 11.74 t1.16 1 1.49 11.60 11.80 11.28 11. 29 .. Exp. ,.,. Operatt,.. lx,.. 31.041 30.73X 28.94l 32.75 l 32.70l 24 591 31.06l OPUATIIG unos F arillboA lleeoftty 31.06l 32.16S 47.92l 29.25 l 21.88X 29.m 1 9.42X Loal Reverue Per Qper. Eap 95 .06l 106.19l 49.091 55.191 101.2ll 248.47l 109.06X -,... E q> D Ia 47.17l 49. 091 37.6\l 31.12l 5 7 .16X 30 .24X Wl!IJQ.f UJJUZAIIQI Velltcle l i l Per ,..._ v.hfcl1 (000) 55.40 61.06 36.68 28.02 40.32 33.94 46.26 Vlhtcle 110ura Per het 'lllllllcte (000) 3.77 3 .82 3 .01 2.49 2.% 2.63 3.07 a....... Mfl Pff Vtftlcle tt 0.119 0.91 0.87 0.98 0.87 0.79 o.as ........_ lllflft Per Tota l v.t.lcl (000) ]7.21 37.95 25.80 23.13 29.17 24.29 31.29 tewrua Noun Per Tota l Ytlltcl (000) 2.65 2 43 2.10 2.08 1.82 1 .75 1.79 lMQR I'UlWCTTVTTY Revrer"Ne Hour i Per &lp.lO)'M (000 ) 0.81 0 77 o.as 0.90 0.60 0.68 0 69 Rewrue Moura Pw Oplr. hployM (000) 1.52 1 .25 1.48 1.51 1.12 I.Zl 1.12 Rewnue Moura Pit' MeJnt. loyw (000 ) 2.76 2.93 2.85 2.73 1.94 2.52 2.93 ....... Nouro Per Eopl-(000) 4.77 6.39 6.]] 13.41 3.83 3.94 4.62 Vehicle MIIH POl' Molnt. Eopl-(000 ) 43 54 50.52 40.19 30.91 3S.62 44.19 40.47 P-r Trlpo ,... EopiO)'OO (000) 31.84 45.50 48 .51 30.29 35.21 27.66 26 .10 Tot a l Veftlc t M Per IMfnt. EIIPlor-1.04 1.21 1.36 1.31 1.07 1 .44 1 64 Total Vehic:l a Per fllplcrt" 1.80 2.63 3 .01 6 45 2.10 2 .25 2 .58 JRCY UTIUZATIOI Vetli c:le IU l n Per C..t ton 4.52 4.46 3.83 3 79 4.42 3.15 3 .99 Vdlic:le Mltd Per 0.75 0 63 0.93 1.13 0.64 nl n/O 00 "' ...

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00 0. lA8LE 1194 OAT A fOR I O l A L EXCLUDIN G PURCHA S E D MOTORBUS > 200 MOTORIUS Vf MICl E CATEGORY ffFICIEIOCY -UfS II>OT .. MCTS ""TC NORT PITT PIITO Total Tott i Tot1l Total Tout Tot a l TOtll COST Eff IC I UCY Ope ratlre f-I'W Clplta l91. 70 S51.43 S69.04 149.n l98.01 S9S. 7 1 l7S .OS Oper. t,._ ..... ....... ,. ( 0001 1 166.06 1176. 82 $145.7 1 $118. 4 1 S150 .88 1 164.81 1 1 69.33 Operatlre f -Pw .... trip S0.87 $ 1 93 $0. 9 1 S1.37 S0.83 $ 1.62 sua Operatlre f-11w ,__ n S0. 20 S0. 38 S0.35 S0. 40 S0.32 $0 .39 $0.38 Operatlre lJq>. I'W ._ H l4.2S 14.30 l3.93 14.S6 14. 83 14.91 13 .78 Operatlre lJq>. ,... -._. 160.20 uo.os 145.79 S62. 78 153. 68 164. 4 9 162. 1 1 ... tnt....ce r.,. ,., ......... ,. S1.0S S1.:SO S 1. 0 1 , 07 S 1 24 11.68 S0.90 ... tn t .-..nce fMp. Per Oper atlne Exp. 24 111 :so. 19X 25.7SI 23.51X 25.76X 34. 251 23.801 OPt: lA TIIIG lA II CIS fartbct lacowry 29.551 26 65 1 38. 521 3 1.8 1 1 40. 491 34.911 28.621 Loca l a ....... Par Op. E.r.p. 1 0 3 741 60.101 55 391 118. 03 1 100.471 49.251 1 07 381 Gptrat t ng a ....... Per hp. 29.83 1 52.48% 45.5 91 54.83X 47. 391 36. '"' 34 031 VEHICLE UTILIZATIOM Vthicle Mlln Per Peek V ehicle (000) 44.76 47 .96 4 0.9S 33.1 1 33 64 38.18 51. 1 8 vehtc:te M oura Per Put Vehicle ( 000 ) 2.911 3.22 3.37 2.40 3 .03 2 78 3 .63 ..,.,.. Mil ,,,. Vehicle MilH 0.87 0 .86 0 9 1 0 79 0.93 o .aa 0.87 M i t Per Tota l v.hl c t ( 000 ) 32.30 31. 22 31.88 22.65 26 .73 28 2 0 34.89 .......... Noun Pe r Tota l 'HI\Ic i M (000) 2 28 2 .23 2.74 1.64 2 40 2 IS 2 1 2 LAIDI lewrue llours Per lllptoyree (000) 0.92 0.79 1.08 0 .78 0 90 0 78 o.aa .._... Hourt ,,, .,. Ellployee (000) 1 .38 1 55 1.54 1 .13 1.50 1 .33 1 3 0 a.._,... IIOUt t Per Mllnt. Ellployet (000) 3 74 3.09 4.99 3 7 8 3 3 2 2 .51 4 08 ...,.,. Moura Per Adrlln. lllployM (000) 10. 92 3 43 13.28 7.15 6 78 7 83 8.0 7 Vfhtclt Mil" Ptr Melnt. &lptoyet (000) 60 74 50. 27 64 27 66.38 39. 70 3 7 43 76. 5 1 .. Tr t po Per Eep l.,.. (000 ) 63 .9S 24.73 54.2 2 35. 50 58.21 31.05 3 9.64 Tottl Vtl'llclet P e r Klint Eaployee 1.64 1 38 1.83 2 30 1 .38 1.17 1.92 Tote l V eh icles Per Adli n 4 79 1.54 4.85 4.35 2 82 3 .65 3 80 EMERGY U l JLIZATlOM Veh i c l e Mil-. Per Gallon 3.27 3.43 3.47 3.99 3.31 3.26 4.44 Vehic l e Miles Per Kilow.tttHr nJa nJ nJ "' 4 35 1.30 2.44 ...

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TAB.LE 11 DATA FOR SYSTEM TOTAl EXClUDING PUfi:CKASED MOfDRBUS >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORI' EFFICIEMCT SITD BIST VIAll SilTS SCCT Sll Totel Total Total Total Total Total OOST EffiCIEIItf Operetl,.. Ewaat:.., .:.tt Sl8. 46 137.64 $34.37 ERR $71.76 $60.9< Qpor. f-,..-lclo 10001 S173.94 S147.25 S9<.17 ERR 1255.69 $144.21 Qporatl,. P-. Trip S2.13 $1.95 S1.04 ERR $3.00 Sl.93 bfti1nM hr .... Mile 10.45 10.48 10.28 ERR 10.74 10.37 Qporotf,. El!p. Per -.. IIIIo S5.05 S4.61 $2.44 ERR SS.49 $5.33 Qporatf,. llop. Per -.. 110ur S73. 57 S66.83 $34.22 ERR $71. 1 4 $78.11 llol...,.,.. fliP Per IIIIa S1. 1 2 l1.04 10.55 ERR S1.55 $1. 50 llolnt_. fliP Per Qporott,. 22. T9l 22.571 22.41X ERR 28. 18X 28.09l OPEUTIG RATIOS F...-ei:Jox Recovery 23 .99l 23.92X 23 .08X ERR 10.45X 21.6 5 X Loeal Revenue Ope;r. xp. 89.88X 82.74X 121.86X ERR 115.32X 106.61X Ope-rating Rewnut Pe-r Oper. Exp. 26.22X 27 .21 X 47. IZX ERR 35.2liX 30.s7X VEHJa. UTILilAIION Vehic l e Mi lea Per PHk Vehicl e (000) 40.86 42.00 41.02 ERR 54.95 35.71 Vehicle Moura Per Peek Vehicle (000) 2.63 2.96 2.84 ERR 3.66 2.60 .....,. .. Per Vetalcle Mfl" 0.84 0.76 0 .9< ERR 0.8 5 0.76 a ...... Mllee Per tout vict" (000) 29.93 27.01 33. 59 ERR 36.2 6 23.63 II:.....,. Moura Per lotal Ythfctea (000) 2.05 1.86 2.39 ERR 2.58 1.6 1 -...... Par flll>loyee (000) 0.77 0.78 1.12 ERR 0 84 0.61 Rewtue lour. Per Etlployee (000) 1 .52 I .27 1.66 UR 1.37 0.95 Hours Per Meint. flptoyee (000) 3.28 2.89 5.10 ERR 2.92 2. 7T Moura Per Adltn. El!ployee (000) 4 33 6.86 10.41 ERR 8 29 4.82 Yehtc:le MHoa Per Melnt. (000) 56.73 55.05 75.97 ERR 48.44 52 .35 P-r T r lpo Per flll>loyee (000) 2b.72 26.74 36 68 ERR 21.58 24 .80 Total Yehiclet Per Melnt. Dlployee 1.60 1.55 2.13 ERR 1.13 1.68 Total Veht c t .. Per A
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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTORIUS VUICU: CATEGC:ItY FOR SlUCl INOlCA'fCII:S AND MEASURES FOR SYS'fOI JOYAL EXCLLOUIG PIJfi:CKASfD MOTOABUS TABLE 11-96 TABLE 11-97 Ar .. Popu\ttion (000) Passenger Trips (000) ------ System ...... vatues .,.,_ .... Values Houston 1 2,400.00 Atl..,ta 1 148,205.34 St. lOUis 2 2,335.27 eattfmore 2 118,307,94 s .. tue 3 2,276.31 3 aS,600. 1a S.ttimore 4 2,077 67 C\evetend 4 a1,&31.41 Mirntap:tl is 5 1,969.54 NtN Orl....,. 5 73,966.00 Denver 6 1,8SS.OO Mll"'auk:M 6 73,289.43 Metro Dade 1 1,838.ZO Honol\1\U 1 n,no.55 Oettu a 1,652.00 S.ttt lt a 71,749.75 Sante Clare 9 1,500.00 M imeepolis 9 71,233.06 Pittsbur$h 10 1,450.00 Metro Oede 10 66,766.64 Cleveland 11 1,436.98 Houston 11 63,989.50 Buffalo 12 Portland 12 53,&31.06 At lenta 1 3 1,Z02.20 Denver 13 51,240.62 sen Antonio 1 4 1,136.98 oattaa 14 48,479.64 15 988.28 St. lcuts 15 45,089.02 Ni l 111tukH 16 910.90 San Antonio 16 37,523.79 Sacremento 17 900.00 Santa Cltra 11 35, 894.74 Honolu l u 18 688 .18 lutfalo 1 8 32,276.95 N-ev Odeena 19 625.00 s.cr_,-,to 19 16,215.54 s.an oieao 20 s.n oloeo 20 TA8LE 11 TABLE 1( Vehicle Mftn <000> Rev.,.. Mi let (000) ----.,., .. .... Vah ... Sye.t Rank VIIUIK Atlante 1 43,294.11 AUanta 1 39,207.38 Seattle 2 34,348.86 2 28, 1Z1.16 3 33,479.12 ., .. ,_., 3 28,2S4 .80 Pittaburlh 4 32,147.13 Seltt\ e 4 26,037.08 5 29,014 05 .. tcl.ore 5 25,314 .30 o..,.,.r 6 27,895.65 Metro Oede 6 23,964.16 Mi,...epolh 7 21,382.13 o-r 7 23 623.9 1 M
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IWIKIN G OF SYSTEMS IN >200 NOIOBIJS VHICU CAIEGOY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AMD MEASURES FOR SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLllHN G PURCKASf:D MOTORBUS TASU 11 TABLE 11 101 Total Operating Expense (000) Pa$Stnge r F 1ro Revonuos (000) ------system Ren k Values Syste. Values Atlanta 1 1147,585.45 Baltf.:.r 1 S62,65S. t9 Pitts burgh 2 5 138,772.5 1 Pittsburgh 2 S48,441.30 s .. tua 3 S 138,7Z8.46 Atlanta 3 S47,467.00 Metro Dade 4 $134,413.06 Metro Dede 4 S42, 116.63 Bel timore 5 $ 130,745.43 Cleveland 5 134;188. 08 Houston 6 St23.420.08 Houston 6 Cleveland 7 $122,637 .90 Mimeapol is 7 S3t,1S1.08 Santa Clara 8 $ 1 07,644.59 se attle 8 S30,034.98 Denwr 9 S98,27Z.92 Dallas 9 $25,933 26 Mime"'))t is 1 0 $97,924.65 M i lweut H 10 SZ5,817.42 St. l.oufe II sar,ws.3z Kew orltens 11 $24,804.91 Dallas 12 $86,749.21 Por-tland 12 S21,Z24.61 Portland 13 $74,167. 04 S t Louts 13 $.21,02:4.70 Mt I wauk e e 14 $67,027 .54 oenv ... 1 4 $ 19,062.27 Honolulu 15 S63, 104 .39 Honolulu 15 $18,644.33 Mev OrlMla 16 161, 259 .06 euffa\o 16 S15,331 71 Buffelo 17 S SZ,424.32 Sant a Clara 1 7 $11,253.84 sen Antonio 18 $39,079.21 San Ant onio 18 S9,019.91 Sacramento 19 134,614.47 Stcr.-.nto 19 $8,302.89 San Diego 20 Sln0109Q 20 TABLE 11 TABU! 11 103 Total Vehicles Aveilable For Maximu. Servic e ------------Syatea ..... Vah Systea Rank Values Atlantl 1 3,257.00 Seattle 1 I, 102 Selttle 2 2,192.90 Atlentl 2 1,033 3 2,756.80 PI ttallurgh 3 1,002 KOUitan 4 2,587 Balth10ra 4 981 l alti.-. s 2,438.80 MiMtepO\ ia s 949 tl ... toncl 6 2 124.00 Me... t on 6 920 Metro Dodo 7 2,097.60 Cleveland 7 765 J Um 2,006.10 Denwr a 755 D lftWir 9 1,963.40 st. Louie 9 706 DallM 1 0 1,15Z .SO oat\ .. 10 686 St. Lout a 11 1 ,616.10 Mauo Dtdt 11 644 Sonto Cl .... 1Z 1,663. 30 POI"tlard 12 562 Portl.nd IS 1,358.00 Santa ct ... 13 541 Mil-14 1,:SS1.70 Nllwtc.*" 14 535 .. .., OrlMnt 1 5 1,210 70 Sin Antonio 15 n Monotulu 16 1 1!1. 00 New Orl..,.. 16 475 luffalo 17 1 ,065 .70 luffalo 17 464 Sen Antonio 1 1 1,022.95 Mcnolulu 18 460 19 609.12 s.cr...,to 1 9 229 -DI
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U.IR Of $'fSTEJIS Ill ,.200 MOTOitiU$ VIIIICU: CATtGOI:T fOR UUCTED UIDJC.UCIIS oUCI JlfASl.ftS ,OR STSTEM tOTA l EXCl lOIIIC ,._.CHASID IIIDTCIIII, IIJS TAIL 11 104 TABLE JtS Vehicln Optret.ct In Mu.fiUII Service Vehicle Miles Per Ceplta --------------------------------------------system Jttnk veh l'(lttftll .. .,. Veluu seattle 1 962 Attenta 1 36.01 i ttab.lrgh 2 842 Monolulu 2 2.4 71 M irnNpOlla 3 8Z1 'ortland 3 22.66 8elti .-ore 4 793 ,ftttblgh 4 22.1 7 At lent s 7"09 hwOrt ... s 21.BS H .etGI"' 6 698 ........... 6 19.40 ctewlltd 1 6ll Cl.,...lend 1 17.76 ....... a 603 c tare a 15.42 St. Louis 9 597 s .. ut 9 15.09 oall aa 10 539 Otnwr 1 0 15.04 Metro 0_. 11 486 S.n Antonio 11 14.97 Ni lwenJtee 12 460 Mitro Oede 12 14.65 Portland 13 438 leltl.,re 13 14.00 S*"'U1 Clara 14 421 MOUlton 14 ll.9S SMI Antot'io IS 415 M lmttpetl it 15 ll.90 Nev 16 406 o u .. 16 12.70 luffa l o 17 390 St. loui s 17 1 0.74 Jlonolulu laO Sac :r--.to a 9.03 to 19 199 .,fe l o 19 8 .14 San Oiego 20 Sen Olttc> 20 ... 11106 TABLE 11 Pe$$tnttr tripe Per Mite Averaee A g e of ft .. t (in yeara) --------------------------Syat .... v a t .... Sylt ..... vatuts New Ot't..,. 1 5 .&3 O a t l 1 4.29 Konolu l u 2 4.90 "'tro Oedt 2 4.60 .. lti.,... 3 4.67 lloultWI 3 5 .46 illllltiiiiiA .. 4 4.30 ..,,,.,... 4 5.71 AU.-.ta s 3.711 5 5.73 Cl..,.tltnd 3.67 IM\t a Cl a r a 6 5 .16 Jlin tP"l i a 7 3.31 .. ,,__._ 7 6 .19 PI tt ll>ur1ll 3.03 illlfiiiiNpOl , a 6.88 Buffalo 9 3.01 Atl enta 9 7.18 o u .. 10 2 .91 MoMlu\u 10 7.46 Metro Otdt 11 2.19 Clawlend 11 7.54 S..ttle 1Z 2.76 SMttle 12 1 .90 PotU ... 1l .. ........... 1l 7 .93 14 2.37 len Antonio 14 1 .51 St. Louf l 1l 2.36 twffelo 1l a.aa Sen Anton f o 2.34 ... 10 .)2 ....... 1 7 2.23 lt. L .. l 1 17 11.12 ....... 11 2.17 18 11.76 Sanu Clare 1.&3 Sec-r..-rto 19 11.95 s.,. oieeo 20 ,., ..... 20 90

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IWIKJN G Of SYSTBeS U t fiiOTO.IUS VEHIClE CATtGOtY FCll SE'LCT[D INDICATOlS IJIO MEASUIES Fat SYS'ml TOTAL EXQ.I.DIMG PUIItCKASED Jrl)fOliUS T M U 11 TAI U 11 N t I a.twen Accidents (000) a .... .,.,. M i lea Roedclls (000) Syatt Rank Yelues S)'ltfll Rank Vel"'" Atlenta 1 39.44 hn Antoni o 1 14.S9 Otnv .. 2 33.9'. Cltve lond 2 8.99 Santa clere 3 31.69 8u1feto 3 6.91 Olouoton 4 26.62 Metro Dade 4 5.32 hcr.-.nto 5 25.11 Kouaton 5 4.02 St. \.OUit 6 22.89 .,...._, 6 3.82 Stn Antonfo 7 22.79 Portland 7 1 .3 0 Pottlllnd 8 19.69 St. Loutt 8 3 .27 s .. ttla 9 16.20 Stcranento 9 2.91 Dallas 10 14.88 Nfil OrlNI'IS 1 0 2.74 Pittsburgh II 14 .80 Oenver II 2.J1 Met-ro Dtde 1 2 14.58 Monolt.8lU 12 2.22 w.w orta.,... 1 3 1 4.18 Dallu 13 2.16 Kll_.M 14 13.45 S.attte 14 1.74 tffrnupolit I S 12.03 .. ,,,.,.. IS 1.10 llonolulu 16 12.01 Mil-*" 1 6 1.3 9 luffalo 1 7 11.96 Atlanta 17 1.27 1 8 10.50 s.tte Clara 1 8 1.18 Ctne l and 19 1.a Pi tttb.M'tl'l 19 0.98 Son Oltto 20 s.n Oieto 20 TAtLf 11 TABlE ll Optratfne Expense Par optrat h\9 Expen:u Per cept ta Pattenger Trip svn Ronlc Yal uat; ...... Ranft vatue e len Mtonto I "' '' tiW Of"lHN I $0. 13 St. LOuft 2 07.64 lonolulu 2 $0 87 Sacr--.to 3 ae.46 Mil -.It 3 $0.91 luffato 4 141.94 A t lenta 4 li.OO 5 149 .72 s.n Antonfo 5 S1.04 Kouoton 6 S$1.43 ... t,.,.. 6 Sl.ll o.u 7 S52.51 M I -lia 1 Sl.l7 m M Portt...t I Sl.ll S..ttll 9 S60. 94 C ltvtlond 9 SI.SO It ttl-10 162 .95 Pitt ....... 1 0 &1.62 "11 169 .04 luffato II S l .62 Sant a ct ... I Z s n .76 Otl l u 12 Sl.79 Kttro O ado I S t75.12 Oonvtr 13 &1.92 14 t75 .05 ftOUiton 14 t1.9l Cll ond 15 S85 34 S.tt\a 15 &1.95 Honol ulu 16 t91.10 St. Loutl 16 t1.95 ,Itt....._. 17 195.71 Metro D .. 17 tz.OI .... ort-II .... 0 1 Sec:r_,to 1 8 S2. ll AtlWtte 19 &122.16 Slrttl Cla r a 1 9 n.oo Son 01110 20 SanOIOIO 20 91

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RANI:IIfG OF SYStfMS IN >200 MOTOftiUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOft SELECJED INDICATORS AND MEASURES FOR SYSTEM TOTAl XCll.OJNC PURCHASED JC)TOABUS TAIL I! 11-112 TABlE It 13 Operating Expente Per Expense Per Revenue Mile Mile --------....... .............. .......... s ysc """' Values syscem ..,k Value-s San Antonio 1 02.44 san Antonio 1 S0.55 Actence 2 Sl.76 Portland 2 S0.90 Portland l Sl.711 Nil...ukee 3 $ 1.01 MflwoukH 4 Sl. 93 St. Louis 4 S1.04 Denver 5 S4.16 lfonolulu 5 S1.05 Honolulu 6 S4.25 N I I"'"'HPH l is 6 S 1 .D7 Howton 7 S4.30 Sac:ralll!ntO 7 S1.12 Minneapolis 8 S4.56 A.tlenta 8 S1. 16 St. Loufs 9 S4.61 N.,. Dl"lttnl 9 S1.24 New ort eens 10 S4.83 Dallas 10 S1.28 Buffalo 11 S4. 88 Denver 11 $1.29 Pittsburgh 12 14.91 Mouat on 12 11.30 sacra.nto 13 S5.05 Ill t iiiOt't 13 11.49 Salt i-.,re 14 S5.16 s.ettle 14 11.50 DIU It 15 S5.21 s..nta Clare 15 S 1.55 Suttle 16 S5.33 Buffalo 16 S 1.60 Santa C lara 17 S5.49 Pittsburgh 1 7 S1.68 Cleveland 18 S5. 50 ,..tro D.O. 18 S1.74 Metro Oede 19 S5.61 C lew\ and 19 s f.ao sen D ieeo 20 San D leto 20 TAIL! 1 114 TAILE 11-115 Farebox Recovery latio Vehicle Milet Per Peek Yebic l e (000) -----------Sytt .... Valun sva ..... values Salt t IJIO.r'e 1 47.m Atlenu 1 61.06 New Orl..,.. 2 40.49!1 ... tro Dadt 2 55.40 M ltwd .. l 38.52% Santa Clare l 54 95 Pitttbur .. 4 34.91S POf"t lend 4 51.1 8 AU ante 5 32.16S ._,.., 5 47.96 6 31.81S o-r 6 46.26 Mittro Oede 7 l1.33S Monotutu 7 44.76 Dell .. 29.89S S1:. Lout a 8 42.00 Konolulu 9 29 .55l s.n Antonio 9 41.02 luffelo 10 29.25l Mll'**M 10 40.95 l'o
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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN >200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES FOR SYSTEM TOTAL EXCLUDING PURCHASED MOTORBUS TABlE 11-11 6 T ABLE Jt. ReYenue Moure Pe-r EIJW)loyee (000) Pesungar Tripe Per Eq>\oyee (000) --------------------------------------------------------------Systecn .,. Vol u.s System Rank values San Antonio 1 1.12 Honolulu 1 63.95 Milwaukee 2 1.08 NaN Orleans 2 58.21 Honolul u 3 0.92 Milwa ukee 3 54.2'2 Buff ala 4 0.90 Baltimore 4 48.51 N ... orle ans 5 0.90 Atlanta s 45.50 Portland 6 0.88 Portl..:f 6 3 9 .64 hltia>r. 7 0.115 San Antonio 7 36.68 Santi Clara 8 0.84 Mimeepol is 8 35.50 Metro Dade 9 0 .81 Cleveland 9 35.21 HOU$ton 1 0 0 .79 Metro Dede 10 31.83 Phtsburth 1 1 o:18 Pittsburgh 11 31.05 st. Louis 12 0.18 Buffalo 12 30.29 Mimeapolts 13 0.18 Dallas 13 27.66 Seer.-nto 14 0.77 St. Louis 14 26.74 AtlanU 15 0.77 s.tcr11111ento 15 26.n o ....... 16 o ........ 16 26.10 Dell .. 17 0.68 Seattle 17 24.80 Seattle 18 0 .61 Houston 18 24.73 Clev.lend 19 0 .60 Sante Clara 19 21.58 San Diego 20 san ot.., 20 93

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94 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE 11 System Total Leaa Purchased Motorbua Service Area Population 2.6 2.0 1.5 1.0 0 5 0 0 M M 8 N G 0 D H H M M N P P S 8 V S S 8 D A W F C A A 0 M C M 0 I M A I I D C M T R T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T 0 0 T M S l T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 System Total Leas Purchased Motorbus Passenger Trips Milllo .. n.a:_ __________________________ ., 150 125 100 75 so 25 0 W M I N Q D 0 H H M M N P P S 8 V S S I OAMFCAAOMCMOIMAI lOOM T A T T R A T 0 T T T R T T T S A T C A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T 0 0 T M S T T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE ll-il8 Syatem Total Leas Purchased Motorbus Vehicle Miles M Y I N Q 0 0 H H M M N P P S I V a 8 S DAMFCAROMCMOIMAI IOCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T I A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T 0 0 T M S T T Motorbue Vehicle Category

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FIG\)RE 1 . . . Syetem Totil Lasll Putchaaed Motorbue Rewnue M hee 32 .... 24 1 8 a 0 W W e N 0 D 0 H H M W N P P S 8 Y 8 8 8 D A M C A R D M C M 0 I M A I I 0 C M T A T T A T 0 T T l R T T l S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T 0 0 T M S T T >200 M otorbus Vehicle Calegy FIGURE II 70 Syatem Total Leee Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense M M a N Q D D H H M M N P P S 8 V a a S DAW,CARDWCWOIWRI IDCW T R T T A A T 0 T T T R T T T 8 A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T D D T W a T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle category FIGURE 11-71 Total LPurchaeed Molorbue F.,. RevenuM 95

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96 FIGURE 11 System Total Leea Purchased Motorooe Total Employaee 3,600..------------------. 1,000 o.ieA!i l M W 8 N G D 0 H H M W N P P S I V 8 $ S DAMFCAAOWCWOIMAI IOCM T R T T R A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A 8 C T T 0 0 1 M S T T >200 Motorbue Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 System Total Lesa Purchased Motorbus Vehicle& Available For Maximum Service W M a N Q 0 D H H M M N P P I 8 V S 8 8 OAMFCAROMCMOIMRI IOCM 1 A T T A A T 0 T 1 T A T 1 1 S A 1 C E AT AATTDT ASCT TDDTWST T >200 Motorb
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EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES 'FIGURE 11 Syatem Total Leea Purchased Motorbue Vehicle Miles Per Capita -.. -----.... r 18 I= ,.. ,.,.., I 8 O ...... M M I N G D D H H M M N P P 8 8 V 8 S 8 D A M F C A A D M 0 M 0 1 M A I 1 D C M T A T T A A T 0 T T f R T T T 8 A T C e A T A A T T 0 T A 8 0 T T D D l M 8 T l >200 Motorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Syetem Total laaa Purchaeed Motorbus P888enger Tripe P.,. Rewnue Mile er----------------5 3 2 1 0 -----M M 8 N G D 0 H H W W N P P 8 I Y 8 a 8 DAWFCAAOWOWOIWA1 IOCW T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T l 8 A T C A T A AT T D T A aCT T D 0 T M 8 T T >200 MoiDrbua Vehicle Calagory FIGURE 11-77 Syatecn Total l .. a PurcMeed Motorbua Awrage Age Of Fleat W W I N Q 0 D H H W W N P p I I V s 8 8 DAWFCAAOWCWOIWA1 tOCW T R T T R A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C E A T A A T T D T A 8 C T T 0 0 T W 8 T T Motorbua Vehicle Category 97

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98 45,000 Annn 27.000 FIGURE 11-78 Syetam Total Lesa Purchased Motorbus Revenue Milea Between Accidents . . 1 -. 18,000 1-'-' 9,0:1 1---._,_ MM 8 N 0 D D H H MM N P P S 8 V S 8 8 DAMFCAADMCMOIWAI tOCM T R T T R A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T D D T M S T T 200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Syetem Total Leee Purchased Motorbus Revenue Mllee Betwee n Roadcalla 15,000,-------------12,000 9,000 s.ooo 3 ,000 0 MWINQODHHMMNPP81VS88 DAM,CAADMCMOIMAI IOCM T R T T A R T 0 T T T A T T T a A T C E A T A A T T D T A 8 C T T 0 D T M S T T Motorbue Vehk:le Category

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. $126.00 $100.00 EFFIC I ENCY MEASURES FIGURE 0 80 System To t al Lesa Purchaaed M o torbus Operating Expense Per Clll)ita MM8NODDHHMMNPP98V888 DAMPOAADMCMOIM I IDCM T R T T A R T 0 T T T A T T I A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T D D T M 8 T T >200 Motorbus Vehic le C&tegory FIGURE 11-81 System Total lee8 Purchased M otorbus Operating Expense Pet" P aeaenger Trip ------.... --.. --. MEAH.. $2.00 l --S 1 .60 $1.00 $0.60 $0.00 MWBNOODHHMMNP Pavaaa DAMFCAADMCMOIMAI IDCM TAlTAATOTTTAT T T8ATCE A T A T T 0 T A S C T T 0 D T S T T >200 Vehicle C&Ngofy FIGURE U System Total LAiae Purchased Motorbus Operating Expense Per Rewnue Mile tOCM T R T T R R T 0 T T T R T T T A T C E A T A A T T D T A I C T T D D T M 8 T T >200 Molllrtlue Velllc;le C&Ngofy 99

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100 FIGURE 11-83 System Total Lese Purchased Motorbus Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile 12.00 $1.$0 1 $1.20 $0.80 $0.40 $0.00 W W 8 N Q 0 0 H H M W N P P S I V S 8 $ DAMFCARDMCMOIMAI IDCM T A T T R A T 0 T 1 T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T D 0 T M S T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-84 System Total Leas Purchased Motorbus Farebox Ratio 30'4 20'4 10'/o O'fo MEAN M M I N Q 0 D H H M M N P P 8 I V S S 8 DAMfCARDMCMOIMAI IDCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T D 0 T M S T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 1-85 Syatlm Total Leas Purchaaed Moto200 Moto
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FIGURE 11 System Total Leaa Purchaeed M otorbue ReVIIflue Hour PM Employee MEAN WW8NODD"HWWNPP88V88S IDCM TRTTRRTOTTTATTTSATC& A T A A T T D T A $ C 'f T 0 D T M 8 T T >200 M oto rb ua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 87 System Total leN Purchaeed M otorbus Paaaange r Tripe Per E mployee eo,ooo+ MMINQODHHMMNPP81V888 DAMFCARDWCMOIMRI IDCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T 0 E ATAATTDTA$CTTDDTWSTT >200 Motorbue Vehicle Category 101

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TABU 118 s OATA fC. SYSTEM TOTAL IIIC t.I.DIMG PUI CMAS ..:! TORSUS >200 MOTCIUU$ YEMI C U CATEGOAY ..,,. ...., .. ,. NFTA GCAI D A R I DRTD PUI-C( I.ICAIOU Tout Tou t Totel Tota l T o tel Total Tottl s.rwtca A.r.e PGfUlatlen c> 1 &31.20 1,20."1. zo 2,071 .67 1,250.00 1,436. 98 1,652.00 1,155.00 .. ......,. Trtpa (000) 67,304.21 148, t17.S8 118,490 .99 32,276.95 84,657.51 55 ,586 87 51, 240.62 -Mil (CIIIt) 211 786 14 S6l, 1n. 61 392 ,8l3.11 99 046. 1 6 334 199 6 5 195 ,491. 90 2 1$, 990 82 v.ll f < l n 28,031 66 43,301.24 29 ,299. 99 1 0,927.78 27,242.34 29 041.72 2 7, 89S.65 (100) 24,.,. 91 39,211.06 25,530.24 1 0,732.47 23 660.67 23, 115.27 23 ,62).91 Moure (000) 1,190.11 Z,7W.13 2 ,391. 99 971.1 1 1,971 3 2 1,810.62 1,150 .09 .,.,.,. llourl (000) 1,7SS .oa 2,511.59 2 070.45 964 .32 1,472.4 1 1,511.42 1 ,lS1.S1 IOU!I MllM 1,620.20 1,814.50 1,861. 7D 1,768.90 1,691.60 2,169.70 2,301.30 Tout hpt 1 135,956 79 1147,611.04 1131, 442.99 152,424 .32 1127,824 .43 1105,652.42 198,272. 9 2 Tottl lll'nt.nenc:e EApe.Ne (000) nJ nJ nl 117,110.25 nl 126,798 07 $30,526.01 Tot a l Copi t a l l .ponoa (000) n/0 nJ nJ 11 4,S88 90 n/a 1 1$,463 7 4 $31,523.3 2 Tot e \ Loc e t (000) 1128 ,9l9. n nJ nl 121 934.00 nJ tll7,516.71 110 7 ,963 9< Qper e t ltW I.....,. (000) M4,969.3l nJ nJ 1 19 ,71 6 00 nJ 171 ,562 6 7 129,717 .21 ......... ............. (000) 142,116.6) nl nl IIS,D 1.71 n/a m m.u $ 19,0&2.27 foUl """-n/0 nl nl 1,065.70 nl 2,103. 5 0 1 ,963.40 Tr-.porratt on Opentl,.. &ptoyen nl nl nl 640.30 nJ 1 ,311.ZO 1 209.3 0 hpto,.ee nl nl n/0 3Sl.SO nJ 482.00 461.30 nl nl nl 71. 90 nJ 310.30 292.80 Vehtel .. Awetlalble for Mut -Servtu 715.00 1,044 00 1 ,004 00 464.00 788. 00 902.00 755.00 Vehtcl .. Qptr e red In MJcl-s.rvtu SS2.00 719.00 8 15. 00 )90.00 651.00 731.00 603 00 Sp.r e lerto 29.5)1 4 5 201 23 1'/X 18.97X 21. 041 2).061 2S.21X Total fwl (000 of .. UON) nl n/0 nl 2,&&4.23 nl S ,647.SS 6,931.11 Torel E:nerty
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TABLE 11 DATA fl SYSTEM TOTAl INClLDUIG PURCHASED MOTORBUS >200 MOTORBUS YE"ICLE CATEGORY HOOT MilT A IOCTS MII'TC NOitT PITT PIITO PO,__ llllle&nllf .. Totet Tot! Total Tot.al Tot e l Total Totel torvlce ArM Pclpulott., 688.18 2,400.00 970.90 1,969.54 625.00 1,450.00 M8.21 - trlpo (0011) 72,770.SS 64,161.20 73,289.43 71,272.41 75,415.66 85,600.18 53,831.06 ...... ..... (000) 322,850.77 190, 087.\16 247,595.54 195,843.85 358,512 .31 1 97,275.28 Vtlllclo n (CIOO) 17,007.2S 33,8n.41 18,1137.10 27,452 30 14,155.82 32,147.73 22,418 86 --Jtlloo (1110) 14,151.21 29,094.58 17,056.56 21,556 .78 13,150.57 28,2S4.80 19,606.74 Vtlllclo t1aura (CIOO) 1,131.17 2,276. 14 1,SS1.86 1,991.31 1,285.11 2,342.74 I ,588.84 t-tlaura (CIOO) 1,048.21 2,012.11 1,463.65 1.563 83 1,182 2 1 2,151.88 1.194.19 loute MZ.IO 2,otJ. 1a 1,347 .711 2,659.10 635.711 2,545.20 1,394.12 Total Oporotlng E-(0001 163,104 39 167,027.54 S98,0S3.87 $62,518.27 Sl38,m.5t S74, 167 .G4 Totel tletMenanc:e E .... (000) S1S,654.12 n/8 517,256 52 n/8 n/t S47,524.43 117,652.75 Totel Cepttat lxplnle (000) 122,900.01 n/a $5,654.08 "'' "'' 127,861.26 S10,390 24 Totel Loc:al hwrue (000) 165,464.25 nl S37, 124.25 n/8 n/8 $68,338 68 S79,640 .87 Oporatlng -(0001 stl,821.57 n/a S30,560 50 nta "'" 150,591.23 S25,236 .97 ....... ... -(000) S18,644.33 nta 125,817.42 n/a nt 148,441.30 121,224.61 Totol -1,131.00 "'" 1,351.70 n/8 n/8 2,756.80 1,358 00 Tr-totlan Oporatlng Elopl-762.00 n/a 948.40 "'" n/e 1,623. to 917 00 tlelnterwnce Eaplo,"MM 210.00 n/a 293.10 "'" "'" 158.90 293.00 -lnlatroct .. Elopl-\16.00 "'" 110. 20 n/8 n/a 274.10 148.00 0 00 0.00 v.hlel Avat table for Kaxt-Service 460.00 935 00 535.00 957.00 498.00 1,002.00 562.00 Vehlcl Operated In Muf-Setvtce 310.00 710 00 460 00 832.00 425.00 842.00 438.00 Sport tatlo 21.0SX 31.691t 16.30X 15.02X 11. tax 19.00X 28.31X Total Fuel <000 of pllor.) 5,200.49 nl 5,421.99 "'" "'' 9,859.51 5,044.22 Totet Entf'W c:on.....d (000 of kw houri) n/O nt "' n/e n/a 24,816.60 9,20'.96 ... s

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-TAIU t1 120 OATA FOI STSTEIII TOTAL JIIICU.OIIIG MCMAstO II)JOitBUS MOTOIIUS W!MICL E CATEGOil SAID l iST ..... SOlS SCCI WI l fOIMtfiCI ttCATOIS Tott l TOtt i loU I Tot I Tot I Total servlc. ArM,,,.., ... ,. ca) 900.00 2,ll5.27 136.98 1,500.00 2,276.31 ..... ,.., ,,,,. (100) 16,275.54 45,019.02 37,523.79 lS,191.74 n,089.oo .. ........ (-) 76,1'00. 77 111,70 64 IJI,152.12 144,934.13 376,234.67 \llllllclt n <) 131.47 25,071.10 17,012 .18 23.1 34 .1 4 lS,SSS.15 -llootODOI 6,154.03 19,067.SJ 16,023.55 19,614.16 V,126.S7 ....... __ ,_, 522.41 1,761.41 1,110.10 1 S40.SO 2,5111.19 ---10001 470.50 1,31S.SI 1,141.87 1 395.46 1,145.23 Routt Mil 92 4.10 2,119.10 1,401.80 1,393.50 2,539.00 Tot t i Optrne EII.PI"I <000> &34,614. 4 7 187, 905.!2 Sl9,079.21 1107 644.59 $140,891.34 Tot e l penie (000) 1 7,681.57 Sl9,84l.l'2 18,155.10 l30,ll5.89 nt Tot t i Ctplt l (000) $17,015.00 Sl,l00.44 $15 394 00 180 ,635.39 nt Tot t i Lout tnwu. (000) 131 ,111.17 sn ,na.er t.2S7,410 .00 Sll4,140.JI n/1 Qptrtt I"' a.,..... (ClOD) 19,075.15 W 917.67 sn,701. oo Sl7,9111.40 n/0 ,....,...,. f.n ............ (000) 11, 302 .19 !21,024.70 S:70,947.00 SII,2Sl .84 nl Tot o l hpt_. 609 12 1,686.10 t,on.95 0.00 1,66.1. 10 nl 1r.....,.tttlon 357.21 1,039.00 619.11 1,017 .30 nl lllployettt 14] .34 45!1.40 224.05 4n.60 n/6 Adlllnletrtlw EllplO'f'Hf 105.57 191. 70 109.70 161. 40 n/6 o.oo VMcl" Awll8bl e for Nul -Servlct 229.00 106.00 4n.oo 541.00 1,127. 00 v.tttct" Optr eted in Maxi -Service 199.00 597 .00 415.00 4 Z I .OO 987 00 lpere .. tlo 15. 041 18.261 14.94% ERR 25.501 14.18% toul cooo of 1 952 75 6 ,6111.45 4 ,564 .15 4,528. 40 tl/6 tote l ff'll:f'IY (000 of tw houra ) 8 ,644.45 nl nl 1,295.09 nt

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TAIL 11 DATA FOA: SYST TOTAL UtCLl.OING PURCHASED MOTORBUS >200 MOTCUUS VEHICLE CAtEGOflY EfFECTIVENESS MEA8'1fS IIIlA !WIT IIIlA NFTA GCRT DART !lOtTO Totat Tota l Total Total total Total Total StVIC SWI"LY ,.,lclo Klloo Per Cl!ll18 15.25 36.02 14.10 8.74 18.96 17.58 U.04 StVIC CIII_TI .. Trlpo Pw Clpltol 36.61 123.29 57.03 25.82 58 .91 33.65 27.62 Trtpe Pw .....,. tt 2.70 3.78 4.64 3.01 3.58 2.40 2.17 hu. TrlpePw.._. ..... 38.35 59.01 57.23 33.47 57.50 35. IS 37.91 Ul.ln OF SVIC Aw.._ Spoocl (l.K./11.0.) 14.18 15.61 12. 33 11.13 16.07 14.66 17.'8 AWrllll: Ale of fl .. t (tn yeera) "'" 7.16 n/8 8.88 7 57 4.04 5.73 ....,. of Acc:idtnta n/8 n/8 "'" 897.00 n/8 1,222 .00 696.00 Total n/0 n/a n/8 1 ,554.00 n/O 9,253.00 9,948 00 ..,.,.,. Ill, .. let..en Acc:idenu (000) n/8 n/a n/8 11.96 n/8 18.97 33.94 1._.. Ill" letwen loedcetla (000) n/8 nl n/8 6.91 n/8 2.51 2.37 A\
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-T ABLE 11-1 22 D A J A FOR SYSff M TOTAl INCll.CH N G PUROIASED MOTORBUS ,.zoo NOTOR&US VI:HIClf CATGORY lfflC1111bl$$ IIEAUU HOOI ... IICIS "'" """' PIT! .. ,. Tot a l Tot a l T otal Total Total Tot. I Tot a l SEIVJCf SLPPL Y Vtfttcla M l .. h r capita 2 4.11 1 4 .11 19.4 0 13.94 Z2.6S 2 2.17 22.61 $UVICI (IQO$UI'1JOI ,. .. ... Tripe ,.,. tlplta 1 0S.74 26.73 75. 4 9 36.1 9 120. 67 $9.03 54. 4 7 ,. .... T r i pe Iff ...,.. MHe 4 .90 2 .21 4 30 3 3 1 5.73 3.03 z.rs --Trlpohf"l--69.42 30.82 5<). 0 1 45.58 63.79 39 .711 45.08 CILMI.JTY 01 SfltVIct: ....... ( l .. . ) 14.17 15.91 11.65 1 3 78 11.12 13.13 16.42 ...,. ... Ale o f Fl t (In yeera) 7.46 n/0 6:19 nl n/e 7.93 11.76 .......o f Accldenu 1,217.00 n/O 1.26&.00 0/0 "' 1, 909.00 996 .00 Total IOidca U e 6,105.00 n/O 12, 2 69.00 "'" Of 28,859 00 5 948.00 I..,... Mfl" letween AGc1dente (000) 12.01 n/a 13.45 "' Of 14.80 19.69 lwerue Mt let letwe.n loedc:a t I a (000) 2 .22 n/0 1.39 n/O n/0 0 98 3.30 AYAILAilL ITY 1..,... M Uet hf" louta I U I a ( 000 ) 17.64 14.45 12. 66 8 .11 20.69 11.10 14. 06

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TABU 11 DATA fOR SYSTSI TOTAL UICUIUIG PUICMASU ..m:IIM >200 llltCII:aiS \IEilCU CATC:.T EFFECTIVEW:SS Mf.Aa.IS $UD l iST VIAll SOTS SCCT SIOET Tota l total Total Totll Total Total SEIYICE SWft.f Yelllcl e Mil Per c.tt e 9.03 1 0 .74 14.97 ERlt 15.42 15.62 IHVICE IUIIUIIPTICil Tripe -C.,lte 18.08 19.31 33.00 ERR 23.93 31.67 P-. Tripe Per -Rile 2.37 2.36 2.34 ERR 1.83 2.66 P Tripe Per -.... 34.59 34.28 32.86 ERR 25. n 39.07 IIMUn Of SOVICE A--Speed (I.M.fi.M,) 14.57 14.50 14.03 ... 14.06 1 4 .70 awr ... Aee of n .. t (In .,...,..) ll.9S ll. 12 a.s1 0.00 5.86 nl lll.llber of Ac:c-tdlnt a 273.00 833.00 703.00 0.00 619.00 "' Tot l loedc U a 2 3S9.00 5.823.00 1,. 098.00 0.00 16,674.00 "' ...,.... ICilH lettftoW\ Accf .... U (000) 25.11 22.89 22.1'9 w 31.69 nl aw.... Kll ktwen lo.dr H (000) 2.91 3.27 14.59 Ell 1.18 "'* AVAU.AIIL Tf ........ u .. ,.,. Route .u. (000) 7.41 a.1S II .4] Ell 14.08 10.68 ... s ...

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... TA.ILE 1112:4 DATA FOI SYSTDI TOTAl UICU.OIIriG PUitCKASED MOTOI8U$ >200 MOT OUUS VEMICLE CATEGORY lffiCi l KT ..... IODT A .... lilT A liFT A GaiT OM I OliO Tot a l Tout Total Total Total Tota l Tota l COST Ef flCifllttf -lire e_.. ,_ _. .. 173.\16 1122.711 16).27 141.94 $88 95 $63.95 152.911 l_.. ,.. Miele (000) 1246 30 1205 30 1161.30 1134. 4 2 1196 15 1 144.14 1162.97 Qptrattne r., .,... ,_ .... '''' 12.02 11. 00 1 1.11 11.62 11. 5 1 11.90 11. 92 Oper a t t ftl ,., .... ,_ ,__ I H e 10.47 10.26 10.13 10.53 10.11 10.54 10.46 Qptta u,. ,_......,. tt 15.46 S3. 76 15.15 14. M 15.40 14 .56 14.16 ... -. .... --177. 46 158.77 163.49 154.56 186.&1 $66.81 sn.11 .. l nterwnc.e h p ,.,. .......... "'" rV "'" $1.60 "'" 1 1 .16 11.29 ... fntenru (11ft. ,... Clplr att,. lap. "'" "'" "'" 32.7'll "'" 2S.l6l 3 1.06l GPliATIIG UTIO& F a reboa l ec:owrr 30 .9111 "'" "' 29.2S l "'" 24.55l 19 4ZX loc.a l Pw Clptf'. Elllp. 94 841 "'" "'" 55.19l "'" 2l4.11 l 109.86X ..,.. t"' ........ ,.,. ClpH'. hp. 13.081 "'" "'" l 7 .61l "' 67.73l 30.24 l WMitlE: UlllllATIQII Vehicle M U M hr P ea k Vehicl e (000) S0.79 60.23 35.95 28.02 41.85 39.62 46 .26 Vehicle ....-. Per P'Mt V tlhtc t a (000) ] 42 3.77 2.94 2.49 3 .04 2 .55 3 07 lewnue M H .. Per v.hlcta ll 0.89 0.91 0.87 0.98 0 87 o.eo o.es I.,.... ...... Pw Tot a l VMtct .. (000) 34 80 37.57 25.43 Zl. 13 30 .03 25.70 31.29 ......... .....,.. ,.,. tota l Vtttlct ( 000 ) 2.4S 2 .41 2.06 2.08 1.8 7 1.75 1.79 LAD. ......:TJVIJY --....... ,., lopi"'M (000) "' "'" n/o 0.90 "'" 0.75 0.69 -....,.. ,., Opor E..,l_ (000) rV "'" n/o 1 5 1 "'" 1 .21 1.12 Moutt Per tnt. _,.,_ (000) n/o "'" n/O 2.73 "'" 3.2B Z.93 -....... ,., 1n. E-..1 -( 000) nl "'" nJ 13.41 "'' 5.10 4.62 Vllhfcle H ,_ .. 1M. ( 000 ) .,. "'" n/0 30 .91 "'' 60.25 60 47 -Tr1po ,.. r.t-( 000 ) .,. .,. n/O 30.29 n/O 26.4] Z6.10 Tote l Vehlcl 'w fnt. &lipto,"M nl "'" .,. 1.]1 "' 1.87 1.64 Tot l Vehlcl (Iter .-.in. lllptoyee n/O n/o n/O 6.45 n/O 2.91 2 58 NGY UTILIZATION Vehlcte MltH P u Gallon "'" .,. n/O n/0 "'' n/o n/e Vehicl e M U H PIN ICilo.ttM r "'" n/O n/o n/O "'' n/e n/O

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TABLE IJ O A T A fta SY$191 TOTAL UJClt.OIIG: PUICUS(.D JI)TORM ,.200 MlTOUUS V'EJIICU: CATEa Y EffiCJEIICY MEA.M I lllOT I!MTA MCTS IIITC lOOT PITT .. 10 Total Total Total Total Total Total Total COST EHICJfJICY ......... 1 ... E.--,... Clplte t91.10 S 51.69 S69.04 S49.79 1 100.03 1 95.71 Cpor. bp-""' """" Mlclo (000) $ 166.06 S174.74 l t4S.71 1117.85 S147 .10 1 164.81 Sl69.33 .,..,.,tine -o,... ...... Trip so.a 7 S1.93 S0.91 sr.:re S 0.43 1 1.62 S1.34 Oporot lne POt' .... Milo so.zo so.:re SO.J5 1 0.40 S0.3Z 1 0 .39 sll.34 Opo"'tlne "ff. Por -Milo S4.Z5 S4.Z6 13.93 14.55 14.75 14.91 SJ.Ta Operating Eap Per ....,.. ........ 160. 20 S59.59 S4S. 79 S62.70 152.88 $64,49 162.11 Exp Pw a ....... Rtt e 11.05 "'" S1.01 n/0 n/o S1.6a S0.90 Melntenance Eap ,.r Qperetlne IE n/a Z5.75l n/a nl 34.Z51 23.801 OKU TI Q UTIOS F rebo.lt leeowty 29.551 n/0 34 .52 1 n/O n/O 34.911 28.621 Local teYenue> Per Oper. bp. 103.741 n/O S5.:WX n/o n/a 49.Z51 107.38X Optr-a t f rw leYI!I"Ue Per Opt.r. E.Jrp. Z9.all nl 45.591 n/0 n/0 36.461 34.()31 VElla. UULJZATICII Vtlhlele t tee Per P..t Vehicle (000) 44 76 47.71 40.95 ll.OO 33.31 34.18 51.18 Ybtcle IIeure Per Peek Vehicle (000) 2.9a 3.21 3.3 7 2.39 3.()2 2.78 3.63 .......,. ttee P e r Vehicle fiHH 0.87 0.86 0.91 0.79 0.93 0.88 0.87 ttee P e r Total V ahictea (000) 32 .30. 31. 12 31.88 22.53 26.41 28.20 34.89 a ...... loure P e r Total Y aMct (000) 2.28 2.23 2.74 1.63 2.37 2.15 2.1 2 LAlOR PROOUCTIVITT ._,.,..,. Moura Per f111ployM (000) 0.92 n/O 1.01 0/8 n/8 0.18 0.88 Moura Per Oper. Ellployee (000) 1.34 n/o 1.S4 .,. n/8 1.33 1.30 lewrue M oure Per Mint (000) 3.74 n/a 4.99 .,. n/4 2.51 4.08 Rewt"'..e Moura Per Adllin. (000) 10.92 n/a 1 3.28 nta n/o 7 .43 8.07 Vehicle Milee ,.r Kafnt. E111ploy4>e (000) 60 74 n/8 64.27 "'" n/8 37 43 76.51 PM:Iencter Trfps P er &ptoyee '(000) 63.95 n/8 54.22 n/o n/8 31.05 39.64 tote l VellllclM P Int. Ellplore1.64 n/8 1.43 n/o n/o 1.17 1.92 tota l Veflicles Per Adatn. Ell!ployee 4.79 n/O 4.115 n/0 n/a 1 .65 3.80 UUGY UTILIZATION Vt'blcle Riles Per Gallon n/0 n/O r>/O n/O n/0 nl "'" -Vehic l e Riles Per Cilow.ttNr n/O n/8 r>/O n/0 "' n/8 n/0 0 '<>

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-TABLE 11 0 DATA fOR SYSTEM TOTAL INCLI.I>ING PURCMSEO MOTORBUS >200 MOTOI:8U$ VEHICLE CAJEOORY Eff ICIE..CY Mf.AUlS SR:TD &1ST VI AM SOTS seer SIIET Total Total Total Total Total Total COST EffiCIEICf Optrau,.. E'* ,_. Clrptta SJ8.46 $37.64 134.}7 ERR $71 76 161.89 Clpor. E-,.,--lcle (000) S173.94 S147.2S 194.17 ERR 1142.15 Optrat Ina Eq tiM N ..... Trip sz. 13 11.9S 11.04 ERR S3.00 S1.9S .,..,,,. ......... 10.4& 10.za EAR 10.74 10.37 Dptf"aUne EXp. ,.,. aewn.a 11Ue ss.os 14.61 12.44 ERR s s 19 Optr-at lne .,. ,_ lewrue Mour 173.57 166.83 S:I4.ZZ ERR 177 .14 S76.3S Mllnt.-.nce hp ..,. ........,. 111 la ST. 12 11.04 10.55 ERR 11. 55 nt Mllnt..-.ce E.lp. Per Opetau,. hp. 22.191 22.S7X 22.41X ERR 28. 18X nlo OHIATIIOG RATIOS fertboa lec:cwery 23.991 23.92X 181.SSX ERR 10.4SX n/4 Locel Per Optr. bp. 89.88X 82.74X ERR n/o Optrat lng levenue Per Oper. Exp. 26.22X 27.21X 198.831 ERR 35.28X nt VUICL UTILIZATICIII Vehlela 1111 .. Par Peek (000) 40.86 42.00 41.02 ERR 54.95 36.02 Vthicle Moure Par Paet Vehlc;le (000) 2.63 2.96 2.84 ERR 3.66 2.61 .....,..,. """ Par Vehicle MllH 0.84 0 76 0 94 ERR o .as 0 76 leenUt lltl .. Per Total v.-tcl .. (000) 29.93 27.01 33 .59 ERR 36.26 24.07 .....,. llou,.. Par Total Y41hielK <000> 1.86 2.39 ERR 2.58 1.64 l..UOI PIU:IUCT IV n Y .......,. MOUf'e Par (000) 0.77 0 78 1.12 ERR 0.84 nt lwerNt lklutt Par Optr hployee (000) 1.32 1.27 1.66 ERR 1.37 n/o 1"'*"'1 IIOIM'a Per lleint. Etlployee (000) 3 28 2.89 $.10 ERR 2.92 n/0 lwenJe NOUI"a Per Adltn. &ployH (000) 4.33 6.86 10.41 ERR 8.29 n/O Vehicle Miln Per llelnt. (000) 56.73 15.97 ERR 48.44 nl P.......,..r Tripe Per (000> 26.n 26.74 36.68 ... 21.58 n/6 Tot:l Vtihlcl" Per Mein1:. Ellployee 1.60 2.13 ERR 1.13 nl Total Vttliclet Per Adain. 2.11 3.68 4.3$ UR 3.21 n/0 EMEAGY UTILIZATIOif Ythicl Mites Per Gallon n/0 n/6 n/O nl nto n/o Vehicle Miles Per ( f towatt: Hr n/O n/o n/0 n/6 n/a n/0

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IAIIICING Of SYSTDIS t >200 ICTOHUS VtMICU CATtGatT fGl SEUCT UIDICA101tS Am ... AS:Uitl$ fOR SYSTOI TOTAL INC\.U>UrG P\MCM.SID MOTOitiU$ TAILI 11 127 fA.a\.E UU service A ree Populetton (000) Passen g e r Trfpa (000) ------------------------------------------------syu .. Rank Values SyatM Rank Vtluu Houston 1 2,400.00 Athnte 1 148,217.58 st. Louis z 2,335.27 B.lltfmre 2 118,490.99 S.eule 3 2,276.31 PIUIIu-gh 3 85,600.18 4 2,077.67 ct ... t n 4 84,657.51 M f I"'I'Je8PPli s s 1,969.54 ..., ort-..ns s 75,4\5.66 O.....r 6 1,855.00 Mll-*et 6 13,2!9.43 Metro Dade 7 1,838.20 Honolu lu 7 n.no.ss Oallas a 1,652.00 St:tttle a n,089.oo senu Clara 9 1,SOO.OO M f mtfi!POl is 11,2n. Pitt sburgh 10 1 450.00 tM:tro Oede 10 67,304.21 C l evel and 11 1,436.98 I!Oulton 11 64,161.20 B uffal o 1 2 11250. 00 Oal\at 12 55,586.87 Atlanta 1 3 1,202 .20 Port ltnd I] 53,831.06 sen Antonio 14 I, 136.98 o ...... 14 51,240.62 Portland 15 988.28 St. LOtJil IS 45,019.02 Mllveuke-e 16 970.90 SM Antonio 16 37,523.79 SterlldeniO 17 900.00 Slnta Clart 17 35,894.74 Hcnoh.lh.l 18 688.18 luffalo 18 32,276.95 New Orleans 19 625.00 S.Cr_,to 19 16,275.54 S8t1 D ie., 20 Stn Ote,o 20 U I L E t129 TABLE 11 Vehicle N llet (000) R evenue Mile COOO> ..... . ................ 0 0 ..... 0 ... 0. 0 ....... 0. Syst Rink V a l ues 1Ytt hnk Values A.tl.-.tl 1 43,308.24 Atlanta 39,218.06 seettle 1 35,555.75 .... ,.., 2 29,094.51 ffowton 3 33,8n.41 Pitt3 28,254.80 Plttaburgh 4 3 2,147.73 S..ttle 4 27,126.57 lilt i.-or e s 29.299 99 .. u.,.. 5 25,530.24 o.u .. 6 29 041.72 Mttro otdt 6 2.4,883.98 Mtro Otdt 1 211, 03ll. 66 Clovelwd 7 23, 660.67 0erNt1" 27,$95.65 o ...... a 23,623 .91 H t rnupol t 9 27 452.30 o u .. 9 23,185.27 ClevalMCI 1 0 27,242.34 MI-lia 10 21,556.78 St. t.ou f t II Sant a Ci t r a II 19,614.86 sant a c t.,.. 1 2 2J,134 14 Port lind 12 19,606.74 Pol"tlend 1 3 22, 4 18. 86 $t. Lo-..11 13 19,067.53 Mil-14 1 8 ,137.10 Nil-.._ .. 17,056.56 sen AntCI"'I o 15 17,022.71 S en Antcnto I S 16,023.55 Mcnolulu ,. 17,007.25 lk:W!Olutu 16 14,851.21 .... 17 1 4 ,155.112 lt w Orlune 17 1 3,150.57 luf-f a t o 18 10, 927.71 luff a to 18 10,132.4 7 s.:r_,to 19 8,151.4 7 s.cr--.to 19 6,854.03 S.-t Oi etO 20 san Dl1t0 20 111

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U N Kl N C OF SYSTEMS I If NOT OUUS VEHICLE CATEGOilY FOR SELECTED I NOICATOitS ANO MEASURES FOR SYSTEM TOTA L l N C LUOlNG PUACMASEO MOTortBUS TABLE 11 TAILE 11132 Total Opereting Expense <000> Vehi c le-s Available For MtX.iiCUfl Stvi c:e ........ ........................ ........ .... ... .......... ... .... . . .......... syste .... k V alu.t.s SyStem bnk Values A t lanta 1 1147,611.04 Seattl e 1 1 127 Suttl e 2 1140,891.34 Atlanta 2 1' 044 Pittlburth 3 s13e ,m.s1 B altimore 3 I ,004 Metro Dade 4 S13S,950.79 Pittatu"gh 4 1 ,002 Batt i 110re 5 $ 1 3 1 ,462.99 M i meap:> l ia 5 9S7 C leveland 6 l127,824 .43 Houston 6 935 HOU$ton 7 $ 1 24,067.41 Dal lat 7 902 sanu C lara a l107,644.59 c leveland 8 788 Dalla s 9 $ 105,652 .82 o ...... 9 755 o..,.,.r 10 s98,2n. 92 Metro Dade 1 0 715 M inntap:>t S s 1 1 $98,053.87 St. Louis 11 706 St. Louis 12 587,905. 32 Portland 1 2 562 Portland 13 17,,167.04 Santa Clara 1 3 5 4 1 M i t wauk H 14 167,027 .S4 Mit w a ukH 1 4 535 Honolulu 15 163,104.39 Ne-w Orleans 15 498 Ne-w Orl eans 16 S62,518.2 7 San Antoni o 16 477 8ufhto 1 7 S 52,424 .32 luff a t o 1 7 464 s.n Antoni o 18 $39,079.21 Hono lulu 1 8 460 Stcran.nto 19 034,614 .47 Sacr_,to 1 9 229 san otego 2 0 San Diego 20 l'ABLE: 11 133 TAll. 11 134 Vehic:lH Operated in Maxi S ervic:e Vthtcla Miles Per Cepita -------svo ... ... V a lun svo .... Values Seattle 1 987 At\W"ta 1 36.02 Pittsburgh 2 842 Honolulu 2 24. 7 1 Mlrne.polta 3 832 Portland 3 22.68 l a ltl.ora 4 8 1 5 ortuna 4 22.65 O a llu 5 733 Pitt...._. 5 22. 17 Atl.-tta 6 719 Mtt ..... 6 19.40 Mouat on 7 7 1 0 ct ..... l n 7 1 8.96 C l..,.l ond 651 O allu 8 17.58 o.-r 9 603 Se attl e 9 1 S .62 st. u u t e 10 5 9 7 Santa Cla n 10 15.42 Metr o.,.. 11 552 Metro 0.,. 11 15.2S Mtl._ ... 12 460 O.....r 1 2 1 5 .04 PortlW 1 J 438 sen Antonio 13 .97 Mew Ol"l ... 14 42S NOI.Miton 14 14.11 Sant a Clara 1 5 421 hlt,ara 15 14.10 sen Antonio 16 415 .u,....u. 16 13.94 lufflo 17 390 S t Lout l 17 1 0 .74 Konol ulu 18 380 18 9 .03 S.C:r-'tO 19 199 luffe t o 19 8.74 Son Of-20 Son Of-20 112

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RANKING OF :nMS IN >ZOO MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FCA INDICATORS AWO MEASURES FOR SYSTE-M TOTAL INClUDING PUR.CHASlD MOlOfi:IUS TABLE 11 135 T ABLE 1t. t36 Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile Operating E'l1.pen:se Per Capita ------------System .... Val UN Syst .. Rank V:tlUC'-& N.w Orleans 1 5.73 San Antcnlo 1 $34.37 Honolulu 2 4.90 St. Louis 2 $37.64 Baltimore 3 4.64 3 $38.46 Milwaukee 4 4.30 Buffalo 4 $41,94 Atlanta 5 3.78 Mimeapol is 5 $49.79 Cleveland 6 3.58 Houston 6 $51.69 Mimeapolis 7 3.31 Denver 7 S52.98 PIttsburgh 8 3 .03 Suttle 8 $61.89 Buffalo 9 3.01 Baltimore 9 $63.27 Portland 10 2.75 Dallu 10 $63 .95 Metro Dade 11 2.70 Milwaukee 11 $69.04 S eattlt 12 2.66 Santa Clara 12 S7t.76 Dallas 1 3 2.40 Metro Dade 13 S73.96 Sacr811fltMto 14 2.37 Portland 14 $75.05 St. Louis 15 2.36 Cleveland 15 $88.95 San Antonio 16 2.34 Honolulu 16 S91.70 Houston 17 2.21 PitU.burgh 17 S95.71 Denver 18 2.17 Mev orleaM 18 S100.D3 Santa Clara 19 1.83 Atl'Jnta 19 $122.78 San Diego 20 sen otego 20 TABLE 11 TAil 11 Operating Per Optratfng Expense Per Passenger Trip Reverue Mil e ----------------Systea .... Values syst "" Values Orluna 1 S0.83 San Antonio 1 $2.44 Honolulu 2 S0.87 Atlanta 2 $3.76 M llMaukee 3 S0.91 Porttend 3 $3.78 Atlant1 4 SI.OO Mflwauk" 4 $3.93 san Antonio 5 S1.04 o.nv.r 5 $4.16 hltl.ore 6 $1,11 Honolulu 6 $4.25 MtrN.pol.l 7 S1.38 Mouoton 7 S4.Z6 Portland S1.38 Mimeepol it 8 $4.55 ct ... tond 9 $1.51 Oallu 9 $4.56 Pitt ...... 10 $1.62 St. Louie 10 $4.61 lluffalo 11 $1.62 lftw Of'ltlnl 11 $4.75 Dllllq 12 s1.90 Buffalo 12 $4.88 o ....... 13 S1.92 Pittsburgh 13 $4.91 MOUlton 14 $1.93 Sacraaento 14 ss.os St. Loufa 15 $1.95 15 $5.15 Seattle 16 $1.95 Seactle 16 S S.19 ltltro Dade 17 S2.02 Cleve\ IIlii 17 S5.40 Sacr_,.to 11 S2.13 Metro Dlde 18 S5.46 Slll'ltl Clllf'a 19 $3.00 S11nt1 Clare 19 S5.49 San Dl-20 Slln DtetO 20 113

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114 A..uu::uw: OF SYstEMS IN ,.200 MOTOliUS VUICU: CATEGC11:1' FOt SELECUO UIOICA TOl$ ANO MU-ES FCa STSTUI TOT.\1. I N O. I.OUf Q MCMAUD MOTOil..S TABU 119 Mile. Pr Pe.t Vehfcl c (000) .................. --............... .......... Sytt -Values Attltlt a 1 60.Z3 S.nta Clara 2 S4.9S Portlt,.., 3 S1.18 Moltro 0.0. 4 so. 7'1 Moutton s 47.71 6 46.26 Honolulu 7 44.76 St. Louts a 42.00 Clt..,. ttnd 9 41.81 San Antonio 10 41.02 11 40 9S Stcr-.nto 12 40.86 o.u .. 1 3 l9.6l ,lttlbul"th 14 38.18 S.atth: 1 S 36.02 let t t .,.. 1 6 3S.9S Nw 1 7 33.31 M fmt:epolfl 18 33.00 luffalo 19 28.02 Sen OlttO 20

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE 11 Syatam Total Service Area Population M M 8 N Q 0 D H H M M N P P 8 8 Y 8 8 8 D A M F 0 A A D M 0 M 0 I M A I I D 0 M T A T T R R T 0 T T l T T l S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S 0 T T 0 0 T M 8 T T Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Syst em To tal Paaaenger Trips Milllono MEAN l -.. WW 8 N 0 0 0 H H M W H P P 8 8 VI 8 S D A M F C A A D M 0 M 0 I M A I I D C M T A T T R A T 0 T T T A T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A a 0 T T 0 0 T M 8 T T Motorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE 11 Syete m Total Vehicle M B ea M M e N G D D H H M M H P P a I V a a a D A M F C R 0 M C M 0 I W A 1 I D C M T A T T A A T 0 T t T R T T T S A T C E A T A A l l 0 T A I C T T D D T M I T T Motorbua Vehicle Category 115

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116 FIGURE U-91 Syatem Total Revenue M ile s loi&AH J M W 8 N Q 0 0 H H W M H P 8 8 V S S t DAWF C AADW O M() IW .. I I DCM T A T T R A T 0 T l T T T T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T 0 0 T M S T T >200 Motorbue Category FIGURE 112 System Total Operat i ng Expense M M H Q 0 P H H M M N P 8 V 8 S S DAMfCAROWO MOIMR I IDCM T A T T R A 1 0 T T T T 1 T S A T C E A T A A 1 T 0 T A 8 C T T D 0 T M S T T 200 Motbua Vlllcle Categofy FIGUAE 11 Syatem Total VelllciH Available For M aximum Setvic 1.200..------------, MEAN l W W I N Q 0 0 H H W W N I I V I I S tOCW T R T T A A T 0 T T T fll T T T a A T C E A T A 4 T 1 0 T A & T 1 0 0 T W a 1 T 200 M otOfbul Vlhicle Category

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900 FIGURE 11-94 System Total Vehicles Operated In Maximum Service ., MEAN M 8 N G 0 D H H M M N P P S 8 V S S S OAMFCAADMCMOIMAI IOCM T A T T R A T 0 T T T R T T T S A T C E A T A A T T D T A S C T T 0 0 T M S T T 200 Motorbus Vehicle Category 117

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liS 32 24 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES FIGURE 11-95 System Total Vehicle Mi les Per Capita MEAN M M I N 0 D 0 H H M N P P S B V S S S OAM,CAAOMCMOlMAI IOCM T R T T R R T 0 T T T A T T T S A 1 C E A T A A T T D 1 A 9 C T T 0 0 T W S T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 11-96 System Total Paeaenger Trips Per Revenue Mile 5 MEAN l M M I N 0 0 D H H M M H P P S 8 V S S S 0 A W f C A A 0 M C M 0 I M A I I 0 C M T A T T A A T 0 T T T R T 1 T S A T C E A T A A T T 0 T A S C T T 0 0 l W S T T >200 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 11 System Total Operating Expense Per Capita $120.00 "00.00 $0.00 MMINGODHHMMNPPSIVS$8 DAMFCAAOMCMOIMAI IOCM T T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C e AT A AT T 0 T A 8 C T T 0 0 1 Us T T Motorbua Vehicle category FIGURE 11 System Total Operating Expense Per Paase"i141r Trip s3.oor-------------sz.so $2.00 W M I N 0 D D H H M M N P P 8 I V 8 8 8 DAMFCAROMQ:MOIMRI fOCM T R T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T a A T C E ATAAT TOT AIC TTODTli4STT Motorbus Vehicle category FIGURE 11 Syatem Total Operating Expenae Per Revenue Mile M W I Q 0 0 H H M W H P P S I V 8 S S DAWFCAROWCWOIWAI 1DCM T A T T A A T 0 T T T A T T T 8 A T C E A T A A T T D 1 A t C T T 0 0 T M T T Motorbua Vahlcla Category 119

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120 FIGURE 11-100 System Total Vehicle M iles Per Peak Vehicle MEAN MWIHQOOHHWMN,,SIVSSS IOCM 1 A T T R A T 0 T 1 T A T T T S A T C E A 1 A A T T 0 T A S C T T D 0 1 W S T T '200 M otorbus Vthlcle Ca tegory

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BROW JXTA HART PSTA OTCI' MEMP HAMP NORF PASO BIRM CHAR AUST NASH III. 50-200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY Broward Transit Division Jacksonville Transportation Authority Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Tri County Transit (Orlando) Memphis Area Transit Authority Peninsula Transportation District Commission Norfolk-Tidewater Regional Transit Mass Transit Department-City of El Paso Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority Charlotte Transit System Austin-Capital Metro Transit Authority Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority 121

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N N TABlE 111 1 50 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY P>EifCliMICf lii)ICAtC:.S uow JXTA HAlT PSTA OTCT liE .. -service Ar .. Pop.datle c) 1.211 70 671.00 8ZUO 839.90 984.58 732 96 286 60 ....... frtpe (000) 13,1"17 .65 8,036 92 8 ,926.7\ 8,313.53 6 ,22:6.3-C. 1!,8,8.79 4,744 49 ............... (000) 75,024.48 41, 916.10 J7 ,681.02 42,217.41 33,710.44 59,248 .311 22,299.68 Vehicle Mil .. (000) 9,611.71 6,056.62 7,647.07 5,152.95 4,395.30 6,759. 45 2,425 .23 l.wrut Mil" (000) 1,910.75 5,964.02 6, 746.87 4,786.26 4,163.66 5 815.81 1,988.70 Yllhtcle ...,., (000) 654.25 443.80 363.85 305.85 442.17 166.62 I.,... Moura <000) 637.11 422.50 495.77 341.64 291.93 392.91 ,,,,a,, tout Mtl" 609 .25 1,117.60 1"16.00 1 030.40 584.00 697.90 4311.10 Total Optrattnre E.,.,.. <000> $31,943.00 $14,642 50 SIS,18Z.OS 114 ,695.76 >8,662.52 117,641.19 16,982.95 total ... (JI.Pit!Nc (000) t7,028.!5 $3, 376.97 11,964.85 $3,067.29 $1,1'51.92 S4, 191.96 > t7,066.20 $16,821.28 12,443.07 $4,067.37 11,536.7.1 1 5,549.94 15,374.75 Total t.oc:.l COOO) 126,954.92 112 751.95 112.m.69 112 373.93 t7,244.45 114 309.77 S4,08S. 70 Operating levut <000> 17,147.31 S4,629.75 14,097. 4 5 13,127 76 $3,625.94 18,694.77 1 2,926 .96 Paaunger Ftra lweruta <000> 16,454.41 14,409 .32 s!,66J.40 12,867.04 1],404. 43 17,412.68 >
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TAIL 111 50 \lfNICU tAW:atY PUFOIIIIJIJICl I ICAIQU P.UO lib! cw AIJST NASII Setvl c o "-"""'"''., (OliO) 900.00 520.33 650.00 37'5.00 604.00 500.00 Puo...-r Trl po (000) 8,545.94 9 172.90 6,212.88 10,220.47 10,121.96 8 j070.69 H tOOO> 31,703 60 53,620.47 28,139.17 43,188.14 40,432.92 33,130 .14 Yohlc l o M l loo (OliO) 5,952.16 3,222.14 ],414.88 4,502.09 7,457 .78 3,701 .83 a-Mlloo 1000) 5,411.58 2,933.47 3,020.19 4,013. 2 1 6,728.46 l,SOS.91 Yohlc l o 11-. (OliO) 473. 9 1 248.60 217 .11 306.36 560.46 217.32 -"- 1000) 431 .IS 233.21 217.78 276.66 468 .13 259.40 R oute Mil .. 515.60 374.00 447.00 401.60 620.90 610 .10 Totl Opef"atfng E.,... (000) S 17 ,588.04 18,59&.81 IIO,W.59 S 10,9l7.92 S Z6,611.Z 1 $10,2'94.20 total MllintetW"tCe [..,....... (000) S4,6S2.11 S2,M4.64 13,142.79 *2,689.76 $5,280.49 S2., .40l.l2 total t.tp i cl E : .:penM <000> 14,814.13 1]40.23 r7,657.23 16,957.22 S14 ,729.S9 1 7 ,166.05 total Loea l levi"!''M (000) S 12,2S 1 .84 $9,880.56 SI,6S1.06 $12,&56.66 S45,4-9t.az 59 ,036.94 lcwnue (000) 18,432.53 $4,870.09 13,843. 7'5 S$,221.99 0 5,115.18 14 ,769.99 P..-.et" fare aeven.an <000> S7,.3a5.31 S4 .,539.20 13,055.13 14,678.31 Sl,014.94 14 ,147.73 Total &plOfMS 432.60 237.40 221 .30 255.00 5n.ao 274.25 Transportation Operatlne lliplO'f"S 284.30 150.20 138.60 186.00 363.50 191.50 Maint.wnoe 99.10 65.50 57.20 53.00 118.00 56.00 Adillnf strtiw 48.60 21.70 25.50 16.00 91.30 24. 7'5 Veltfctn Available for Maxi S..-vlc 171.00 114.00 120.00 148.00 200.00 1-4!.00 Vehfct .. Operated tn MIJCI-krvlce 129.00 69. 00 92.00 113.00 169.00 118.00 Spere Rltfo 32. 561 65.22X 30.43X 30.97X 18.34X 21. 191 Tota l Gallons (000) 1 762.34 1,093 .46 1,049.76 1,270 .17 2 ,139.00 1,162 .17

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-TABLE 111 3 S0-200 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY EffECTIVENESS MEAUES BROW JXTA ... PSTA OTCT IIEMP ..... SUVICE SUP9LY Vehtcle Mil P 7.93 8.9S 9.26 6.14 4.46 9 .22 8 .46 SEIVIC CXIMSlWT lOll ,.,...,..,. Pet Capite 11.37 11. 8 7 10.82 9.90 6.32 1 8.85 1 6 .55 hll. Trtpa P..-a ..... Mile 1.55 1.3 5 1.32 1. 74 1.50 2 .311 2 39 P .... Tripe hf' I.,... ._.. 21.66 19.02 18.01 2.4.33 20.83 35.17 33.46 fi.IAliTY Of SEtvl CE Ave r ... $pMd (1 /1 .M.) 13.99 14.12 13.61 14.01 13.93 14.80 14.02 Aver ... Ate of flMt (In yera) 6.80 7.50 s. 10 8.00 3.20 6 .311 10.21 lk.llbtr of Acctdlnu 485.00 169.00 2 64.00 216.00 92.00 1 90.00 54.00 Total 1,252.00 2,852.00 968.00 398.00 1.710. 00 74S.OO lavenue Mil" Acci dents (000) 18 .37 35.29 25.56 22.16 45.26 30.61 36.83 Miln let......, loedc:ellt (000) 1.82 4.76 2.37 4.94 10.46 3.40 2.67 AYAILAIJL In Re.,.,.. tU lH ,.,. loute M ile (000) 14.63 5 .34 8.48 4.65 7.13 8.33 4 .54

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f A8U 111 50 IIOTOitiUS VEHIClE CATtY EFfCJIVEifSS MEASURES ootr PASO IIllO! CltAit AUST NASH SUVJCE ._..LY Vlhlele n --Ita 6.61 6.19 5.25 12 .01 12.35 7.52 SHVJCE CGaiiiPTICII _, frlpo 9.50 17.63 9.56 27.25 17 .l"l 16.14 Paa. T rtpa ,., aw.a. Mt le 1.58 3.12 2.06 2.55 1.59 2.30 P .... TriiM hr Rewi'W lOW 19.82 39.3 3 28.53 36.94 22.90 31.11 IUM.ITY OF BV'I Cf --lpMd ......... ) 12.55 12.60 1.).87 14.51 14.17 Awr Aet of f leet (tn ...,.., 9.81 9.21 5.08 7.41 3 .77 7.18 --.r of Accldent.s 577.00 149.00 182.00 207.00 544.00 164.00 Tota l loedcat le 4,553.0 0 1,945.00 1,220.00 1,825.00 2,391 .00 2,726.00 leverue tUt u letveen Aec:fdentt (000) 9.38 19.72 16.59 19.39 12' .37 21. 38 Rewrut ttu Jet veen Roectc.lla (000) 1.19 1.51 2.48 2.20 2.81 1.29 AYAU.AIU.IfY Mltn Per Route JUte (000) 10.50 7.86 6.76 9.99 10.84 5.23

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"' 0. TABL E 111 S0 llll lCQUS YEIICU. CAJE.rA:Y frFICIEMCY Mf.Aa IRCU JXU MAU COSt fffiCICY P $U, OTCt MEJOP ..... Optr attre ,.,. c..,tu 1u. n SZ1.63 Sl8.39 117 50 sa.BO 124. 0 7 124.:16 Oper ttne b;p. ,.,. PMt v.t.lcte COOO> Sl41.99 saa.74 $108 44 1117.57 s m .75 S122.51 186 .21 Oper ettne E..-. Per .... trip 12.32 11.82 1 1.70 st.n 11.39 S1.23 11.47 Qp hp. ,,,. ......... " so.o 10.35 10.40 10.35 10. 26 10.30 S0.31 Qper ettne bp. Per ....,.,. Ml .sa Sl. 46 S 2.25 13.07 12.oa 13.03 S l.S1 Opt r ett,. bp. ,.,. .......,. 1aur '50.14 S34.66 1 30 62 S43.02 S 28. 98 S44 .90 S49.24 Mlll"'t...-ce LW.p. P e r a.,...,. " 10.79 10.57 10.44 s0.64 10. 4 2 10. n 11.05 ... Int. tap. r.t--..r ath ' 22 001 23.06S 19. 531 20.87X 20.22X n.nx 30. 001 OPHAT UWi IA T JOS f arebo.lc tc.owry 20.211 30.111 24. 131 19.511 l9.lOX 4 2 1 31 37.BOX Loca l Per Clplr bp. 114.381 87 .091: &4.141 114.20X 83.631 8 1.121 58.5 1 1 Cptr ettre ..._......Per h.p. 22. J8S 31.6ll 26. 991 21.28X 41.86% 49 291 4 1.92>: Y(tUCU UliLIZATICif Vehicle H Per Pe.lt veMc:lt (000) n .a1 :16.7 1 54. 62 41.22 62.79 46 94 29. 94 Y ehtclt Per P.Hk Vehicle (000) 4.96 2.69 3 93 2.9 1 4.37 3.07 2 06 IIYtft.llt RiiM Per V-iele Mile 0 .93 0.98 0.88 0 93 0 .95 0 .86 o .az MH Per Tot a l Yet.ic:t .. (000) 42 64 35.oa 38 5 5 3 7.39 47.31 26 .20 20. 29 I...,.. lku"e Per Tot a l Yehic:l" (000) 3.05 2.49 2 .83 2 67 1.40 t.n 1.4 5 l.A80I Plta:IUCT IV I T Y lewrue Moura hr (000) 1.02 1. 13 1.30 0 .95 1.23 1.04 0.78 Moure h r ep.t-. lllpiOyN (000) 1.45 1.68 1.80 1.33 1.65 1.56 1.25 Moure Per ,..int. t l!plO'fft (000) 4.44 4 .97 7 19 5 56 7.68 4.45 3.66 M
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TAILE J IJ-6 S0 lllTOOllJS VVIIQ. CATEGORY HflCJfiiCT ..... ... PASO II IN CliAA AIJST ..... COST UFICIEIICI' Operettne ,, ..,,.. Clplte Sl9.54 Sl6.52 S16.65 S29.17 $44.06 S 20.59 Oporotl,. E.tp ..,. v.lltcto (000) 1136.34 S124.62 S117.66 S96.80 S157.46 se7.Z 4 Oporotl,. E..,. ,... Trip SZ.06 10.94 Sl.74 S1.07 SZ.48 sua Per .. ,.,..r H 10.55 10.16 S0.)8 10.25 10.66 SO.SI Oporotl ... hp .... -.... &3.25 SZ.93 S3.58 12.13 S3.96 SZ.94 Oporott,. E.tp .., ._ Mour S40.79 &36.87 S49.71 139.54 156.85 1)9.69 Mltntenence IJCP.,.,. ......., Mile 10.86 10.98 11.04 10.67 10.78 S0.69 .. tnt. hp .., Clporott,. lap. 26.451 33.5SX 29 .03X 24.59X 19.841 Zl.lSX CftlATUIG tAHOS F..-.boxlec:owry 41.99X 52.791 ze.m 42.77X n m 40.291 loeel lewnue Per c:,er.. bp. 69.661 114.91X 79.921 n5.nx 170.951 87.79X a ....... P e r Cptr. EJ:p .. 47.941 S6.64X 35.51X 47.74X 19.45X 46.34X YEJil a.t: UT I LilA tl ml Miele lila Pet P..t v.hfcle (000) 46.14 46.70 37.U 39.84 44.13 )1.88 Vlflfcle IOUtti Per ,._ v.hfc h (000) 3.67 3.60 2 sa 2.71 3.32 2.35 lw.ue Mil" Ptr v.ftlcle MUe 0.91 0.91 0.88 0.89 0.90 0.93 ..,.._ Nil Per Tot l Vthfel (000) 31.65 25.78 25.17 27.12 33.64 Z4.S2 ......._ Mourt r.r Totel Vllhlct (000) 2.52 2.05 1.81 1.87 2.34 1.81 LAlOR PICIIUCT IV I TY a...,..,. Moura Per hployee (000) 1.00 0.98 0.98 1.08 0.82 0.9S awerue Hour Par Optr.. (000) 1.52 1.55 1.57 1 49 I .29 1.34 ReWfiUI tlourt Per Melnt. r_,loywe (000) 4.32 3.56 3 .81 5.22 3.97 4.63 Re'lt'eC'Ue Moura Per Adlttn. E..,lOVH (000) 8.87 10.75 8 .54 17. 29 5.13 10. 48 Vehtele NHH Per Mafnt. (000) 59.70 49.19 59 .70 84.95 63.20 67.18 Pauenger Trtpt Pt:r (000) 19.75 38.64 28.07 40.08 18.72 29.43 total Vehiclea Per Mllnt. 1.72 1.74 2 .10 2.79 1.69 2.55 Total Vehicl .. Per Adlafn. [llployM 3.52 5.25 4.71 9.25 2.19 5.78 EUGY UTiliZATION venicle Mites Ptr Gallon 3.38 2.95 3.25 3.54 3.49 3.24 8

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128 RANKING 01 SYSTEMS I N 50 200 MOTORBUS VEH ICLE CATEGOY 10R I NOJCA TO.S AMO MEASURE S 111 7 TABLE It I Popu l a tion COOO > Passenger T r ips ( 000) ---------------------------------------Systtm Rank V alues Rank V fll ues 8 r ow a l"d I 1,21 3 .70 I 13,81 8 79 Or \ andoT1tl 2 984.58 B rowar d 2 \3,797.65 N o rflok 3 900.00 Austi n 3 to,n1. 96 Pinel\ .. 4 839 90 Cha r lotte 4 1 0,l20.47 Hillsborough 5 825.4 0 El Pa s o 5 9.1n.90 Mti!Jihi & 6 732. 96 H i 1 tsbor ough 6 8,926.71 J a e k set'lvi I l e 1 6n.oo N o rflok 7 8 545 94 B'rminghM" 8 650 00 Pinellas 8 8,313. 53 Austin 9 604 00 Nashvi lle 9 8 0 7 0 6 9 El Paso 1 0 520 38 Jaeksonvi t te 10 8,036.92 Nwahvi l te II 500 00 Orle ndoTRI II 6 2 26.34 Charlotte 1 2 315 00 8irmin gh 1 2 6,21 2 88 1 3 286.60 Ma-pton 1 3 4,744.49 TA.B\.E lll 9 TABLE 111 10 Vtbic t e Miles (000) Revenue Mites (000) Systa Rank Valu.t Syst .... values Bro w u d I 9,618.71 8 roward I 8,910.15 HI 1 tsborouth 2 7 647 07 2 6,740.87 Aus t i n l 7,457.18 AUitt n 3 6,na.46 Neap. is 4 6 159 4 5 Jac ksonvl l le 4 5 964. 0 2 J.c:bonvi l t e 5 6 ,0S6.62 M.P,I s 5 5,815.81 Norftot 6 5 ,952.\6 Norf\ok 6 5,411 .53 P fnellu 7 5,152 95 P inel In 1 4,786.26 Char lotte a 4,502 09 Or l andoTRI 8 4,163.66 Or l ando -Tit I 9 4,395.30 C h u totte 9 4,013.2 1 Nashv i l l e 1 0 3 ,761.83 N utwi l l e 1 0 3,505.91 II 3,414 .88 II 3 020.19 E t Paso 1 2 ],222.14 El Paao 12 2 938 4 7 H...,ton 1 3 2,425.23 K.-pton 13 1,988 7 0 TAIU 111 'All 111-1 2 Tot e l Optoratina E)l,pWIM < 000 > .. ,.,..,. hre R...,.enues (000) ------..... ... VllUH ... . Rank V a lUrH ,,_ I 131, 943.00 I S7, 4 3 2.68 AuaUn 2 126,611.2 1 MortlOk 2 $7,365.3\ 3 S17 641.1 9 8 rower-d 3 S6, 454 48 Norflt* 4 I\7,SU. 04 Cha r lotte 4 S4, 618. 3 1 Mill-...... 5 11S, 112.0S El Puo 5 S4,539.20 PinellM 6 114,695.76 J.ck:IOI"Ni l l e 6 $4,409.3 2 J .c:tlonvllle 7 114, 642. so .......... u 7 14,147. 7l Ch1d0tt1 S10,937 92 Milllbot ...... a Sl,66l. 40 atrafr91 9 110,824.59 Orlando Til 9 S3,404 43 Wall'lvi t le 1 0 110,29'.20 I I Mi l""' 1 0 Sl,055.7l Orlando T i l II S8,662. 52 A.utt l n II n,ol4.94 Et Puo 1 2 S8 ,5911.11 Phwlln 12 S2, 86 7 .04 Ma.pton 13 S6, 912.95 13 l2, 639 66

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RANKING O F SYSTEMS I N 50 MOTORBUS CATEGORY FOR INDICATOR$ AND MEASURES I AILE Ill 1 3 TABLE II I T otal Eq>loyees Vehfeles Available For Maxf.um ...................... ------syste Rink Valuee system Ronk Val !.It:$ Broward 1 6Z5.2 0 M!II'JI'iis 1 222 Austin 2 572.80 8roeMrd 2 209 Norflok 3 432.60 Auetin 3 zoo Hi llaborough 4 382.00 HIllSborough 4 175 5 377.50 Norflok 5 171 J ocks.onvi l te 6 374.60 Jac::k acnvt t le 6 11'tl Pinellas 7 361.40 Charlotte 7 14$ N ashvf lle 274.25 Ne:&hvlll a a 143 Chulotte 9 255.00 Pinol\11 9 128 O rtendoTRI 10 243.10 atr.lnaham 1 0 120 et Puo 11 237.40 El Paso 11 114 12 Zl!l .30 12 98 Hen.,ton 13 181.70 Orlando-TRI 13 .. TASLE 1115 TABLE 111 Vehicle-s Opef'-ated In Service Vehicle Mit e a C ap i t a .... ................................. ------Syattlll Rink valuu Syst .. Rank Valuo$ Autttn 1 169 Aut tin 1 12.35 Jac:ktonville 2 165 Charlotte 2 12.01 3 144 Hillsborough 3 9.26 HI llsborough 4 140 ..... 4 9.22 Broward 5 132 Joekscnvllle 5 8.95 Morflok 6 129 Haopt.., 6 8.46 Pi nell 7 125 1.--rd 7 7.93 Nas.hvi lle a 11a Naahv i llt 8 7 .5 2 Charlotte 9 113 Norflok 9 6.61 10 92 El P-.ao 10 6.19 Meq,tcn 11 81 Plnollu 11 6 .14 Orlendo-TRI 12 70 12 5 .25 El Pao 13 69 Or loncloTR I 13 4.46 UIL f 111-17 ... _..., Tri pe Pe r !AILE 111 -n Aver Age of FlHt
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RANKING OF SYS1ENS I N 50 MOfORBU$ VEHICLE CA1EGOQY fOR SEI.C1ED INDICATO!t$ AND MEASURES TAILE IU TABLE 111 Revenue IU lH Bet..een Ac.cidenU (000) Revenue Miles Between Roadca lls (000> --------------------------System Rank V alues System Ronl< Values OrlandoTIU 1 45 .26 Or l al"'doTRI 1 10. 46 2 36.83 P inellas 2 4.94 l l e 3 35.29 Jacbonvl l te 3 4.76 4 30.61 4 3.40 H i t l a.borCIUigh 5 25.56 Aut tin 5 2.81 Pinel lu 6 22.16 Ha.pton 6 2.67 Nuhvi ll 7 21.38 7 2.48 Et P aso 8 19.72 H i l l sborough 8 2.37 Charlotte 9 19.39 Charlotte 9 2.20 Broward 1 0 18. 37 Brow.rd 10 1.82 Biraingh 1 1 16.59 El Paso 11 1.51 Austin 12 12.37 Nashville 12 1.29 Morflok 1 3 9.38 JtodlOk 13 1.19 TA8LE 111 TABlE 111 Operating Expense Per Capite Operating Epenae Par Passenger Trip ----------------------Syste. Ronl< Valuoa $)'$tllll -vatuea Auttln 1 144.06 Auatin 1 S2.48 Charlotte 2 $29.17 Browerd 2 12.32 8r0Wird 3 $26.32 Norflok 3 $2.06 Hlll!pton 4 $24.36 Jtckaonvllle 4 $1.82 IMIIphia 5 $24.07 Pineltaa 5 Sl.n J.c:k:sonvi t l e 6 $21.63 Bt,..lnoh 6 S1.74 NHhvitle 7 $20 .59 11; llaborOUQh 7 S1.70 Norf l ok 8 S19.54 K...,ton 8 S1.47 Mf llsbof'"ough 9 S18. 39 OrlardoTRI 9 S1. 3 9 Pinellu 10 S17.50 """"''' 1 0 S1.28 ll,..lnth 11 116.65 Nuhvflle 11 S1.28 El Pno 12 S16.52 Charlotte 1 2 S1.07 OrlandoTRJ 13 $8.80 E l Puo 13 S0.94 TAILE IIIZ3 TABLE If 1 Optratt,. hpoN4 Per Keintenente hpeme Per Rewnue Mite ----------svo ... YllUH Syat ...... Velues Auattft 1 S3.96 1 SI.OS lro\JIN z S3.58 ...... invh 2 11.04 ........... ] $3.58 El PHo 3 S0.98 .... $3 .51 Norf lot 4 SO.M litOrflot 5 S3.25 lroward 5 S0.79 Pinellu 6 S3.07 Aultln 6 S0.78 _,. 7 $3.03 o.p.le 7 S0.72 Nalhv t lle a S2.96 llathvitle 8 S0.69 El ,uo 9 $2.93 Ct11rlotte 9 S0.67 10 $2.73 P IMllM 10 S0.64 Jecklonlle 11 S2.46 JecttonVi lle 11 SO.S7 Mllllbor....., 12 $2.25 Mi lllborouaf'l 12 S0.44 130 OrlancloTRI 1] sz.oa ort--m 13 S0.42

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RANKING Of SYSTEMS IN 50 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR stLEtm INDICATORS AND MEASURES TASLI! lll TABlE 111 Vehicle Miles Farebox Rocovory Ratio Per Peak Vehicle <0001 ----------------------System .... Values System "" values El Paso 1 52.7901 aroward 1 n.a7 Charlotte 2 42.71X OrlandoTRI 2 62.79 MOft1)h1s 3 42.13X Hlllsbo.--h 3 54.62 Morflok 4 41.99X Meq:ilis 4 46.94 Nashville 5 40.29lC El Peso 5 46.70 OrtandoTRt 6 39.30X Norflok 6 46.14 Hton 7 J7.80X AUJt;n 7 44.13 Jecksonvi lle 8 30.11 X PfneU11 8 41.22 Bl,..lngham 9 28.Z3X Charlotte 9 39.84 H f ll sborough 10 24.13% Btrmfngl'l 10 37.12 11 20.21% Jacksonville 11 36.71 PfMliiS 12 19 .51% Nashville 12 31.88 Austfn 1 3 11.33% 13 29.94 TABLE 111 TABlE 111 Hours Per Eaptoyee (000) Pesunger Trips Per (000) --...................................... syst ..... Syste flank Values Hillabo.--h 1 1.30 Charlotte 1 40.08 OrlandoTRI 2 1.Z3 El P .. o 2 38.64 Jac:ksonvi lle 3 1.13 ...,.,, 3 36.61 Charlotte 4 1.08 Mulwtlle 4 29.43 """"' lo 5 1.04 Bfralneh 5 28 07 Br.,...rd 6 1.02 "*"""" 6 2 6 .11 Norflolc 7 1.00 Or londo-T1tl 7 25.61 Birmingham 8 0.98 Htlltloorou8h 8 Z3.37 El P110 9 0.98 PlnollH 9 23.00 tttshvtlle 10 0.95 10 22. 14 Pinellas 11 o .95 Jacksonvill e 11 21.45 AUstin 12 0.82 Morflot 1 2 19.75 M*'Jit01'1 13 0.78 Aut tin 13 18.n 131

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1 .25 1 .00 0 .75 0 .50 0.25 0 .00 132 PERFORMANCE INDICATORS 8 A 0 w F IGURE 111-1 Service Area Population J H P 0 M H N P 8 C A N X A S T E A 0 A I H U A T T C M M R 8 R A S S A T A T P P F 0 M A T H 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 111-2 Passenger Trips 8 J H P 0 M H N P I C A N A X A I l E A 0 A I H U A 0 T A T C W M A S A A S S W A T A T P P F 0 M R T H I R 0 w so-200 Motorbua Vehicle Category J H X A T A T A T A FIGURE 111-3 Vehicle MHea 0 .. H N T E A 0 A c .. .. A T p p F 0 c A I H u A A .. A T 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category N A a H

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s 8 2 0 FIGURE lll-4 Revenue MUes -----,,. .... --. 8 J H P 0 M H N P 8 C A N g ' Q W A T A T P P F 0 M A T H so-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 111-5 Total Operating Expense 8 H P 0 H N P 8 C N A x a r e A o A AI H u A 0 T A T C M M A S A $ S W A T A T P P f 0 M R T H A 0 w 50 Motorbus Vehlcle Category J X H A T A A T F IGURE lll-6 Paeaenger Fare Revenues p 0 .. H N p T E A 0 A I T c .. .. R 8 A A T p p 0 .. 0 H A A u a A T 50 Motoi'bus Vehlc:le category N A a H 133

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134 FIGURE 111-7 Total Employees 660r-----------------------------, 550 440 330 220 110 0 8 J H P 0 M H N P 8 C A N AXASTEAOAIHUA 0 T R T C M M A S R A S S W A T A T P P F 0 M A T H 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category F IGURE 111-8 Vehicles Available For Maximum Service 8 J H P OT M H N P 8 C A H R X A 8 E A 0 A I H U A 0 T A T C M M A S A A S S WATATPPFOMATH so-200 Motorbu. Vellicle Cateoory FIGURE 111-9 Velllclee Operated In Maximum SeNice J H p 0 II H p c A N R X A a T E A 0 A I H u A 0 T R T c II II R a R A a a w A T A T p p F 0 II R T H 50-200 MotortxJa Vehicle Cateoory

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EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES a J H 3 W A T FIGURE 111-10 Vehicle Miles Per Capi ta P 0 M H N P B C A N ST&AOAIHUA T C M M R S R A S S ATPPFOMRTH 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category F IGURE 111-11 Paeeenger T ri pe Per Reve n ue M il e s.o . .... -.. .... ........ --1 a J H P 0 ME H N P 8 C A N A X A S T MA 0 A I H U A 0 T A T C M A S R A 8 S W A T A T P P F 0 M R T H 6G-200 Motorbue Vehicle FIGURE 1111 2 Average Age Of Fleet I J H P 0 M H N P I C A N R X a T E A 0 A I H U A 0 f n t C M W A S A A 8 8 W A T A T P P f 0 M R T H 60 Motorbus Vehicle Category 135

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136 FIGURE 111-13 Revenue Milea Between Accident& so.ooo,----------------. 8 J H P 0 M H H P 8 C A N AXASTEAOA I HUA 0 T R T C M M R S A A S S WATATPPFOMATH 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 111-14 Revenue Miles Betwee n Roaclcalla 1 2 ,000,------------, 9 .000 8,000 MEAN 8 J H P 0 W H N P 8 C A N RXASTEAOA I HUA OTATCMMR8RASS W A T A T P P F 0 M A T H 50-200 Motorbue Vehicle Category

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-EFfiCIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 11-15 Operating Per Capita $3e.C>Oj------.. ---------$27 .00 $18.00 10. 00 $ 0 .00 8 H P 0 H N P I C A H A X A a T E A 0 A I H U A 0 T A T C M M A S A A S S W A T A T P P F 0 M A T H 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle C a tegory FIGURE 111 Opera ti ng Expen s e Per P aaaenger Trip a J H P 0 M H N P C A N A X A 8 T I A 0 A t H U A 0 T A T C M M A a A A a 8 W A T A T P P r 0 W A T H 50-200 Motorbua Category F IGURE 111-17 Operating Expenee Per Mile I H P 0 M H A P I C A N A X A a T I A 0 A I H U A 0 r A T 0 M M R I A A 8 8 W A T A T P P F 0 M A T H 60-200 Mo!Ofbue Vehicle Category 137

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138 FIGURE 111-18 Maintenance Expenae Per Revenue M a e $ 0 .110 $0.60 $0.00 20.0 .. 10. 0 .. o.o .. 8 0 w I 0 w J H p () .. H N p 8 c X 9 T E 0 I H u T T e .. "' A s A s T T p 0 .. T 50..200 Motorbua V ehicle Category J H X T T .. T .. FIGURE 1119 Fanobox Reeo-y 0 .. H p T 0 I c .. .. T , 0 .. e H u s T 50 Molorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE Ul 20 Vehicle M i lea Per Peak Vehicle N s H A s H I H P 0 W H H P I C A H R X A I T I A 0 A I H U A 0 T T 0 Y W R I R A 8 I W A T A T F 0 W A T H 50 M otorbua Vehicle Category

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18,000 9,000 0 FIGURE 111-21 Revenue Hours Per Employee e J H P 0 M H N P B C A N A X A S T E A 0 A I H U A I I g C = 50-200 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 111-22 Paaeenger Tr ipe Per Employee 8 J H P 0 H N P 8 C A N AXAST,..AOAIHUA W O T A AT C M W A 8 R A a 8 A T T P P F 0 M A T H 50-200 Motorbue Vehicle Cat1190ry 139

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IV. 10-49 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY PBCf Palm Beach County Transportation A u thority TALT Tallahassee Transit A u thority ARTS Regional Transit System (Gainesville) VOLT East Volusia Transit Authority Ecrs Escambia County Transit System Lcrs Lee County Trans i t Authority SCAT Sarasota County Area Transit lAMT Lakeland Area Mass T r ansit District MANC Manatee County Transit CORP Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority ROUG Capital Transportation Corporation (Baton Rouge) SHRE Shreveport Area Transit System JACK Jackson Transit System RALE Cap i tal Area Transit (Raleigh) AMAR Amarillo Transit System SAVA Chatham Area Transit Authority (Savannah) KNOX Knoxville Transit (K TRANS) MOBI Mobile Transit Authority COLU Co l umbus Transit System (METRA) MONR Monroe Transit System ASHE Asheville Transit Authority BEAU Beaumont Municipal Transit System 141

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- ..., T AitE IY-1 1 0 MOlotaJS YUtU CAfE CC.Y PUIOMMCE IIDICAJC:.S PIC I T A U AlfS \IO U ecrs lClS SCAf l .. f S.rvtce A r .. ,...,, .,I an <*) IIJI.20 182.SO 182.90 :146.)0 m.5o 307.50 257 70 ,.., .... r tripe (000) 2,274 72 3,S41.08 1,732.68 2,149 4 2 1 049 .90 1,136.24 827 .)2 452.08 ,....,.. ....... (000) 13,140.03 9,385.29 4,418.32 7,952 .86 4,784.28 4,368.24 3,124 .85 2,435.42 Vefttcle " (000) 2,480.60 1,510.88 1,276.48 1,496 .81 920 .48 1,051.97 aaa.o5 662.79 lewnM ..... (000) 2,119. 90 1,404 .112 1,2l0. 46 1,391 .48 901 .10 993 .53 810 .36 6S9 90 fltlfcle Moura (000) 149.26 115.70 96.81 107.26 62 86 90 .1 9 64. 00 39.97 .....,.. Mour a <000> 138.90 110.03 93 .84 103. 60 61.42 87.73 60.18 39 .72 l out e ltln 401. 00 209. 80 221.00 267.20 148 90 4n.oo 253.20 1 2 6 .00 Tot e \ .-,.u,.. (000) 15,1'91 72 $3 466.15 12,1197. 87 1 2,194 .94 12,159.52 12,298 90 $1, 927 .20 Wl.9 7 Tot a l .. lnt enenee hpensc <000> ll,ln.:l4 1803.63 14911.1'9 1665.10 161 4 .1 7 1 743.93 1293.01 $192. 66 Tot a l t.pi t e l < 000 ) 144 .11 1322.1'9 1650.20 1 59.94 t530.l7 1159.71 '148 .44 u .oa Tota l toc.l leenUC ( 000 ) 14,1 82 .82 ll,2:14.84 12 ,112.62 12,352. 4 0 $1, 602 .96 $1, 438. 02 11,187.04 1 925. 9 7 Optr att,. .........,. (000) 11,614.65 $ 1 ,454. 14 1673. 53 $1,041.0) $ 904 3 7 t447.98 142l.O l 1 421.0S ........... .,... lwe"'Uiti (000) 1 1 ,041.04 sazo.06 1620 .24 $742. 99 1 517 .99 $441 .89 1412 .88 $20 1.52 Tou t l!lp\01"1 128 00 98.50 73.50 84.70 55 60 58.00 51.60 27.10 Tr..,.,.htlon OJ*reting 63 00 66.00 49.25 64.70 35.50 43. 00 35.50 2 1.30 .. lnterwnc:e t:..,loyen 25. 70 21.50 17.00 1 6 00 16.10 10.00 9.5 0 4 00 .-tnl 1tr1t1w 19.30 11.00 7.25 4 00 4 00 5.00 6 .60 1.80 Vehlc:l" 'Of' Maxi -Service 60. 00 42 00 38 .00 34. 00 25.00 29.00 n.oo 14. 00 Vehic:t" Oplre t.ct f n Nul s ...... fc:e 44.00 36.00 :14. 00 2 7 00 18.00 22. 00 16.00 13.00 Spere .. tto 36 .36l 16.671 11.761 2S.93X 38.89% 31.112% 106.251 7 691 T o u t Gallona Conauled (000) 550.47 434.38 2SI.90 368 .81 2SI.02 2 16.41 1 7 1.71 1 36.94

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TABU IV 10 MDTOR8US VUICI.E CATEGatY P!lfOMANCE UIOICATOI.S MANC ROU(; SKit JACK RAI.E MAR Service Area Populetfon (000) 187.50 325.00 404.66 158.93 2 15.00 145.00 94.92 ,_..,...,. T ripe (000) 566.38 2,51'0.83 4,563.53 3,236.16 1,533.91 2,648.35 971.74 Pe.utnttr Miles (000) 2,279.98 10,858.55 19, 181.9 8 11,447.36 6,549.12 8,674.74 3,057.94 Vehicle Ntlea (000) 576.33 2,202.70 1,836.00 1,731.40 1,056.58 1,565.55 730.50 Rewn.. N l lea (000) 557.28 1,9n.sz 1,747.87 1,674.67 1,025.69 1,492.98 711.88 Yelllclo COOO) 35.17 141.35 132." 131.23 73.05 119.13 51.00 lewrue Moura (000) 35.68 133.40 128.53 126.70 70.1'0 113.98 48.60 Route MHet 142.40 367.00 300.00 249.40 223.90 271.50 96.00 Totel Operating E.xptnle (000) 11,333.34 16,945.07 14 ,603.63 S4,15a.40 $2,663.46 14,000.02 $1,378.49 Total Expet'$t' (000) $310.64 11,700.07 Sl, 140.38 $1,103.33 $773.51 $869.64 1376.05 Total Cepftll EXptnlt (000) 1615.53 12:,013.99 1 2,504.45 1108.75 so.oo st, 149.01 so.oo Totel Loeel Revenue (000) $1,042.11 19,113.30 12,570.21 $2,998.67 $2,148.04 12,590.32 1813.26 Operotlng ........., (000) 1268.85 1806.35 s1,m.09 S 1,382.1S 1742 .51 S1,247.13 1240:81 Pa$9.....,. Fare ftev.,..s <000> 1225.36 1694.79 1828.03 1 1,373.59 1666.40 ",232.44 $115.62 Total Eq:Jloyeu 28.52 164.60 129.00 99.90 69.10 101.00 38.00 Transportation Operating Employee s 25.30 96.60 101.00 68.90 45.50 77.00 29.00 Ell!ployees 0.00 36.10 28.00 26.00 20.70 19.00 7.30 Adlninlttratlw 3.22 31.90 0.00 5.00 2.90 5.00 1.70 Vehfcl .. Available For Maxl.um Service 13.00 63.00 51.00 44.00 41.00 58.00 20.00 VehlclM Operated In KaXIIIUII Servlu 9.00 46.00 49.00 37.00 31.00 38.00 14.00 lltio 44.44X 36.96X 18.371' 18.92X 32.26% 52.63% 42.86X Totol Gallons .,.,._ <000> 123.25 469.82 428.75 477.5] 279.93 501.95 134.30 t;

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-t TASLE IV l 10 *ITCIII .BUS VEMICI.E CATEGORY PEI:Fc:.wect liiDJCATC.S SA. VA lliQX 11081 COlU ..... ASHE 8EAIJ Service .tr .. (000) 17'5.00 285.00 280.00 238.00 64.00 60.64 119.90 P .. unger Tri pe (000) 5,445.49 2,589.19 2,38 7.52 1,603.66 1,32S.42: 1,589.67 999 .34 .... ....,, "''" (000) 16,443.32 8,918 .35 10,692.94 5 ,915. 1 2 5,063.1 6 3,519.40 3,544,49 'httide Mil" (000) 2,123.64 1,523.47 1,521.23 1,166.91 663.92 660.74 493.84 1....,... Mit (000) 2,061.78 1,492.04 1,186.85 1,139.50 652.Ql 648.68 487.38 Vehiete M 168.67 125.56 101.69 83.10 47.25 53.08 38.77 MOUt'l (000) 163.76 124.99 95.60 80.05 46.1 8 52.15 38.23 Route Mt ta 248 90 338,00 282.20 207.00 121. 50 163.10 82.30 Total Optt-etl"' E.xperwe (000) S5,5 77.81 179.15 S3,155.00 S2 159 .38 S1,4 28.93 S1,522. 99 S1, 282.26 Total Maint..-..nc E.aper.e (000) S1, S951.67 S669.5 0 1618.54 Sl08 .79 Sl86.76 Tot l c.phal (000) S9 19.63 S 968 .$8 1143.61 s-1,S36.26 S18.99 SS&S. 38 Total Loee\ (000) S4,766.71 S3 12 1 .83 S'Z,20Z.56 Sl,l$0.59 1954.01 $974.71 -.50 Clpef' a t i,.. lewNA ( 000) S2,316. 71 11,538.17 $1,069.56 n7.67 S425.41 S410.03 $349.10 P .. seneer Fare (000) S2,2 Ql.79 S1,150.2$ 0931.36 S631 .39 S421.32 S423.56 S328.85 Johl EIIIP'lOYHt 140.00 144.00 92.40 n.1o 39.00 39.00 29.70 Tr.-..porutlon ()ptt'ating 97.00 96 .00 69.50 48.00 26.00 29.00 20.60 Keintenenee IIIIPlO')'MS 36.00 36 .00 17. 40 23.30 8.00 9 .00 7.10 Acainiat ... t l w ltlpto,..s 7.00 12.00 5.10 1.00 5 00 1.00 2.00 Vehicl" A v alltble for -.xi -S.nofce 57. 00 87.00 43.00 30.00 17.00 25.00 20.00 Vel\fclet OptrtCed In Nul-Servlc 48.00 46.00 31.00 24.00 11.00 17.00 11.00 Splr let to 18.7'5X S9,13X 38.71X 25.oox 3o.m 47.06X 81.82X Total Gil\ lont (000) SS2.83 47'5.91 3 73.52 294.S5 157.11 1 32.95 160.15

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EFFECTIVESS IEASIIIES SEIYIC SUPPlY Ythtcle Kfles capita SOYICE COIISI.M'TION P ... Trips Per C.pfta ..... Trips Per Revenue Mite Pllt. Trtpa Per Revenue QUALIYY Of SERVICE Averete $pHd (R.M./R.tl.) Aver.,. Att of Fleet (in yeers) IIIUDer of Aceidents Totel Roedcalla kwr1A KitH Between Aee(detlts (000) a...... Mila letwen Roedclllls (000) AVA. ILAIIUTT Rewrut Miles Pet' Rout e Nile ... ... \A PICT 2.98 2.74 1.04 16.38 15. 77 7.10 102.00 792.00 21.47 2.77 5.46 TABLE IV 1049 JI)Ta!IIU$ YUJQ.E CATEIDY T A U ARTS YOU 8.28 6.98 4.32 19.40 9.47 6.21 2.52 1.41 1.54 32.18 18.46 20.75 12.77 13.11 13.43 8.40 6.70 6.70 52.00 47.00 42.00 784.00 1.079.00 331.00 27.02 26.18 33.13 1.79 1.14 4.20 6.70 5.57 5.21 ECTS LCTS $CAT lNil' 3.26 3.42 3.45 1.66 3.72 3.70 3.21 1 .13 1.17 1.14 1. 02 0.69 17.09 12.95 13.75 1 1 38 14.67 11.32 13.47 16.61 10.20 6.80 9.40 5 .10 69.00 30.00 42.00 36.00 183.00 418.00 517.00 50.00 13.06 33.12 19.29 18.33 4.92 2.38 1.57 13.20 6.05 2.10 3.20 5.24

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-4>-"' TABLE 1 10 fiOTORIUS VEHIQ.E CATfGOIY" EffECTIVENESS MEASURE$ ... c CQIP RQJG SNAE JADf. tALE ..,.R SUVICE UPL'f' V-"lcle Mil" Per Clplta 3.07 6.78 4.54 10.89 4.91 10.80 7.70 SEIVICE COMSlMPTIQif Pa11enger Tript Per t.plta 3.02 7.91 11.28 20.68 7.13 18. 26 10.24 Pate. Tripe; Par leYet'fa Mtte 1.02 1.30 2.61 1.96 1.50 1.77 1.37 Pats Tripe; Per Hour 16.82 19.27 35.50 25.94 21.70 23.24 19.99 QUAliTY OF SERVICE Aver ... Speed U M./I .It.) 16.55 14.79 13.60 13.22 14.5 1 13.10 14.65 Aver,.. Age of lt"t (fn yur t ) 5.30 6 02 14.2 3 tl.95 13.68 11.38 5.80 -....r of Acc idlntt 21.00 tl3.00 99.00 59.00 22.00 42.00 18.00 Tot a l loedtalh 291.00 795.00 946.00 854.00 220.00 474.00 239.00 leverue IIi les let...en AcctdMtt (000) 26.54 17.46 17.66 28.38 46.62 35.55 39.55 1.......,. Miles loede:alla <000> 1.92 2.48 1.115 1.96 4.66 3.15 2.98 AYAIUIILITY Jll.ll" Per Route Mite 3.91 5.37 5 .83 6.71 4.58 5.50 7.42

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u.au: 1v-6 10-49 IIJfORBUS YDICU CATEGOIY EFfECTIVENESS MEASUit$ SAYA r""" MOll ca.u ..... A Siif llAU SEIV I CE S\FP l Y V
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..... TABLE IV 7 t 0 49 MOTOR8US VEHIClE CATE<> wttUe Hour Per Mtlnt. t.ployee (000) 5.40 5.12 5.52 6.48 3.81 8.77 6.53 9.93 ....,.... Hours Per Adllltn. (000) 7.20 10.00 12. 94 25.90 15.36 17.55 9.12 22.07 Vet.fcle llllet Per Mt'nt. (000) 96.52 70.27 75.09 95.55 57.17 105.20 93.48 165.70 ,.,......,. Tt"ipe. r Ellployee (000) 17.77 35.95 23.57 25.38 18.88 19.59 16.03 16.6& Tota l Vehicles Par Nllnt. &lptoyee 2.33 1.95 2.24 2.13 1.55 2.90 3.47 3.50 Total Vehicles hr Adl fn. &iplo,H 3., 3.82 5.24 8.50 6.25 5.60 5.00 7.78 E NERGY UTILIZATION Ythlcte Miles Per Gillon 4.51 5.4a 5.07 4 .06 3.67 4 .86 s. 17 4.84

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TABL E 10-49 M01'0RBUS \IUIC1. CATEGORY EFFICIENCY MEASURES MANC CORP ROUG SHR! JACK RALE AIWt COST EFFICIENCY Oporetlng Expense Per teplto S7.11 $2 1.37 $11.38 $26.17 S12.39 $27.59 $14. 52 Operating EXp. Por Put V.t.lcle (000) $ 148.15 $150.98 $93.95 $ 112.39 $85.92 SIOS.26 $98 46 Operating fxpense Per PUs. Trip $2.35 SI.OI $1.27 S1.74 $1.51 $1.42 Op. &p. P e r Passenger Nile $0.58 $0. 64 $0.24 $0.36 S0.41 $0.46 $0.45 Optr atlre Exp Pctr Rewooe Mile SZ.39 $3.52 S2.63 $2 48 $2.60 $2.68 $1.94 Operating E>fp. Per R.....,.,. tlour $39.59 $52.06 $35.82 $32.82 S37. 67 $35. 09 $28.36 Maintenanc e Exp. Pe r ReYenue Mile $0.56 $0.86 $0 65 $0 66 $0.75 $0.58 $0.53 Maint. EJ(p. Pr Operating EXp. SO.Z3 $0.24 $0.25 $0.27 $0.29 $0. 22 $0.27 OPERATING RATIOS Farebox RecoYtf"Y 16.90X IO.OOX 17.99% 33.03X 25.02X 30.81X 12.74% Local P e r Dper. Exp. 78.16% 1 31.22X 55 m 7Z.11X 80.65 X 64.76% 59.00X Optratlng RevetKJe Per Oper. Exp. 20.16X 11.61X 38.56% 33.24X 27.88 31.18 17.47% YEHICLE UTILIZATION Vehicle NllH Per Peek Vehicle (000) 64. 04 47.88 37 .47 46.79 34.08 41.2 0 52.18 Vehicle Hours Per Peak Vehfcle (000> 3.91 3.07 2.70 3.55 2 36 3.14 3 64 Revenue Miles P e r Vehicle Nile 0.97 0.90 0.95 0.97 0.97 0.95 0.97 Nile$ Per Total Vehicles (000) 42.87 31.31 30.14 38.06 25. 02 25.74 35.59 Revenue Hours Per Total Vehicles COOO> 2.59 2.12 2.22 2.88 1 72 1.97 2 .43 LABOR PRODUCTIVITY Revenue Hours P e r Eq)loyee CDOO> I. 18 0.81 1.00 1 27 1.02 1.1 3 1.28 Revenue Per &rployee (000) 1 .33 1.38 1.27 1 .84 1.55 1 48 1.68 Revenue Hours Per Mafnt. &rployee <000) n/e 3.70 4.59 4 87 3.42 6.00 6 66 Revenue HCO"s Pe r Adnin. &ployee (000) 10.46 4 .18 n/e 25 .34 24.38 22.80 28.59 Vehfclo Mtles Per Malnt. &rployee (000) n/a 61.02 65 .57 66 .59 51.04 82.40 100.07 Passenger Trfps Per fiiPloyee <000) 19.86 15.62 35 .38 32.89 22.20 26.22 25 57 Total Vehicles P e r Maint &Jployee n/8 I 75 2 .07 1 .69 1 98 3 05 2 .74 Total Vehicles Per Achln. 4.04 1.97 n/8 8.80 14.14 11.60 11.76 ENERGY UflliZATIO N Vehicle Mtlos Per G1lton 4 .68 4.69 4.28 3.63 3.77 3.12 5.44 ..... ... "'

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VI 0 TABlE IV 10-49 tk) TOUU$ YUICLE CAtEGORY t:ffiCIUCY MEASUlll SAVA ..... MOe I COlU MOIIa ASHE IEAU COST EFFICIENCY Operatlne bpen hr capfte S31. 87 S14.66 S 11.27 $9.01 S22.13 S25.12 E>CP. Per Vollle l o (000) $116.20 m.8s S101.78 $89.97 S 109 .92 sa9.59 S116.57 P.,r PaN. Trip SI.02 S1 .61 S1.32 S1.35 $1.08 10.96 S1.2 8 Op. hp. .... .. ..,. ... "' 10 .14 10.47 10.10 10.11 so.za 10.41 S O.l6 Operatlne EJCP. Per Mila S2.71 S2.80 S2.28 s1.90 S2.19 S2.15 12.63 Operating Exp. ,., I"""""" Mour S.l4.06 S31.44 S11.0D t26.97 Sl0.9S S29.20 S 31.54 Exp. Per .......,. Mila 10.56 10.64 S0.48 10.54 $0.47 10.44 S0.6l Mtlnt. o.p. P.r Operattna bp. 10.21 S0.23 SD.21 10.29 S0.22 S0.19 10.24 OPE ItA TIIIC ItA TJOS hrebox Recovery 19.51X 27.52X 29.52X 29.24X 29.48X 27.81 X 25.65 X Loeel twenut Per q,e.r txp. 85.46X 74.70X 69.81X 6l.91X 66 .76X 64.DOX Ope.retiog: ._.......,. Pc:r Ope:r. (JIIP. 41.53X l6.81X n.90X n.rox 29.77X 2a.24X 27.24 X YEJUCU UfiUZATIOII Vefticte Jti ln. Per P..t V.t.lcte (000) 44.24 D.12 49.07 48.62 51.07 38.87 44.89 Vtfltc:h !lOUr$ Pet" PeM; Vetliete (000) 3.51 2.73 3.28 3 47 1.63 3.12 3.52 levenut Miles Per Vehicle Mite 0.97 0.98 0.91 0.96 0.98 0.98 0.99 leY'e!l"'a MHH Ptr Total Vettleln (000) 36.17 17.15 17.96 38.35 25.9S 24. 37 Revet'!Ut Koutt. Per Total Veh.ic <000) 2.87 1.44 2.22 2.67 2.72 2.09 1.91 LAIOit PI\XIUCTIVITY le.,.,.,. MOUN Per <000) 1.17 0.87 1.03 1. 11 1.18 1.34 1.29 Moura Per Oper. e_,tov-e (000) 1.69 1.10 1.38 1.67 1.78 1.80 1.86 Moura Per Mint. (000) 4.55 3.47 5.49 3.44 s.n 5.79 5.38 leWf'l.lt Mourt Per Adllin. f-.:>toyee (000) 23.19 10.42 17.18 80.05 9.24 52.15 19.12 Vthle:te Miles Per M.eint. (..,too,-. (000) 58 .99 42.32 87.43 50. 08 82 .99 73.42 PISitfWef" Tripe Per (llplO)'M (000) 38 .90 17.98 22. 18 31.99 40.76 33.65 Totl Vehicles Per Nelnt. E.ployee 1. 58 2.42 2.47 1.29 2.13 2.78 2.82 Total V.tate:tH Per Adllin. E._,toyee 8.14 7.82 30.00 3.40 25.00 10.00 ENtRCY U TILIZATION Vehicle Mftes Per Gillon 3.84 3.20 4.07 3.96 4.23 4.97 ).08

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AANKlNG OF SYSTEMS IN 10 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY fOR SElECT!> J)I)JCATORS AND MEASURES TABLE !VIO !VII Service A .ree Population (000) Passenger Trtp& (000) --------System Ronk Values Syst .. Ronk Values Beach I 831.20 Savann ah I 5 ,445.49 Baton Rouge 2 404 .. 66 Baton Rouge 2 4,563 53 Lakeland 3 400.40 Tallahassee 3 3,541.08 Voll.l$ia 4 346.30 Shreveport 4 3,286.16 Corp.JS Crlati 5 325 00 Raleigh 5 2,648.35 County 6 307.50 6 2,589.19 Knoxvl t \e 7 285.00 Corpus Cr"i$t i 7 2,570.S3 Escan:bie 8 282 50 Mobile 8 2,387.52 Kobile 9 280 00 Palm Beach 9 2,274. 72 Sarasota 10 257 70 votusio 10 2,149.42 Colunbus II 238.00 Alachua II 1,732 68 Joekson 12 2 15.00 Col.\lftlu$ 12 1,603.66 Manatee 13 187.50 Asheville 13 1,589.67 Alachua 14 182.90 Jac k son 14 1 ,533.91 Tallahassee 15 182.50 Monroe 15 1,325.42 Savannah 16 175.00 Lee County 16 1,136.24 S hreveport 17 158,93 17 1,049.90 RateiOh 18 145. 00 BetU'I'IOnt 18 999.34 ....,..,, 19 119.90 Amarillo 19 971.74 Amarillo 20 94 92 Sarasota 20 827 32 Monroe 21 64.00 Kana tee 2 1 566 38 Ashevi l \e 22 60.64 like land 22 452.08 TABLE 1V TABLE 1V Vehicle Mllet <000) Revenue Mi\es <000) ----------------Systefl'l Rank Values systent Rank Values Palm Bo.tch I 2,480.60 Pol m Beech I 2,189.90 Corpus Cri9ti 2 2,202 70 Savannah 2 2 ,061. 78 S avannah 3 2,123. 64 corpus Crist i 3 1f972.52 Baton Rouge 4 1,836 .00 Baton Rouge 4 I, 747.87 $hrtvep
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RANKING 0' SYSTEMS JN 10 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS A N O MEASURES TABLE JV14 TABLE lY-15 Total Operating Expense <000) Passenger Fare Revenues (000) --------------------Sy$tem Rank Values System ... Values COI'ptJS Ctisti I 16,945 .07 savarY\a h I S2,203.79 Palm a .. eh 2 ss,791. n Shrevepor t 2 S1,313 59 savannah 3 S5,577 .81 Raleigh 3 S1,23Z.44 Seton Rouge 4 S4,603.63 Knoxvll l 4 S1,150.28 Knoxville 5 S4, 179.15 Pat Beach 5 11,048.04 Shreveport 6 S4, 158.40 "1 .... 1 2 72.3<1 Volutfa 12 34 J.cklon 13 69.10 sa .. atota 13 33 lee COU'Ity 1 4 58.00 c 0 l Uillll::lue: 14 30 Eullllbta 15 55.60 Lee COU'I1:y 15 29 sar .. ote 16 51.60 Etealtlf 16 25 ......... 17 39.00 AaM vflte 17 25 Aaheville 18 39.00 .-.rtllo 18 20 MlrHlo 19 38.00 8eMIIIOI"'t 19 20 at.IRC!nt 20 29.70 Monroe 20 17 Mane tee 21 28.52 Lol
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RANKING Df SYSTEMS IN MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES TABlE IV-18 TABlE 1V9 Vehicles Operated in Maxhrun Service Vehicle M i les Per Capi t a -----------------------------------system Renk Values Rank Baton Rouge 49 SavaN\eh 1 12.14 Sa2 48 Asheville 2 1 0 .90 Corj:IUS crfstt 3 46 Shreveport 3 10.89 Knoxville 4 46 Role! sf> 4 10.80 Pal m leach 5 44 Monroe 5 10.37 Raleigh 6 3S lallahi$$H 6 8.28 Shreveport 1 37 Alle-rt llo 1 1.10 Ta l tahassee 8 36 Alachua 8 6 .98 Alachua 9 34 Corpus Crhti 9 6.18 Jackson 1 0 31 Mobt le 10 5 .43 Hobi le 11 31 t:nox'lille 11 5.35 Vol usia 12 27 Jackson 12 4 .91 Colurbus 13 24 Coti.Rlus 13 4.90 L e e County 14 22 Baton Rouge 1 4 4.54 hc&lllbla 15 18 Yolusie 15 4.32 Athovf lle 16 17 16 4.12 Sarasota 17 16 Saresota 17 3.45 Amarillo 18 14 Lee Cow'lty 18 3 .42 Lake lend 19 13 EscSIIttia 19 3 .26 20 13 Ktnl.tee 20 3.07 a.....,., 21 11 Palm Be-ech 21 2.98 Manatee 22 9 Lekeland 22 1.66 TABLE 1V TABL E 1V Pas&tngtr Tri ps Per Revenue Mile Ave rave Ago of Fleet (tn years) -----------------------------Syst RoN< Values System Rank VsluC$ Savannah 1 2.64 Baton Rouge 1 14.23 Baton Rouge 2 2.61 Ashevi lie 2 13.80 Tat t a hassee 3 2.52 Jackson 3 13.68 Asheville 4 2.45 Col\lllbus 4 1 3.00 BE:sUDOnt 5 2.05 8 eauaont 5 13.00 Monroe 6 2.03 Sh.-.vepor-t 6 11.95 ShreV*pc>rt 1 1.96 lteleigh 1 11. 3S Raleigh a 1.77 esct 8 10.20 KnoXville 9 1 .74 Knoxville 9 10.09 Nobile 10 1.12 s a r asota 10 9.40 Volusia 11 1.54 Tallthutte 11 8.40 Jac kson 12 1.50 Mobile 12 7.88 Alachua 13 1.41 Pel.m Beach 13 7.10 14 1.41 Le e 14 6.80 Amarillo 15 1.37 Aladtue 15 6.10 CorpJI C rittt 16 1.30 Volutil 16 6 .10 Escant>ia 17 1 .17 Monroe 17 6.12 Lee COU'lty 18 1 .14 Corpus Crtsti 18 6.02 Pat aeoch 19 1.04 ....,.rltlo 19 5.80 Saretota 20 1 .02 Manatee 20 5.30 Manatee 21 1.02 LU:elend 21 5.10 Lakeland 22 0.69 Savanneh 22 4.35 153

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN 10'9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOA SELECTED JNOICATa:tS AND MEASURES TABLE IV 22 1'A8LE IV MllH latweon Accidents COOO) Mites Between Roedcal h (000) ------------------------------------------------------System Rank Values Syatea ..,k Values Asheville 1 49.90 Lakeland 1 Jackson 2 46.62 2 8.77 savarnah 3 41.24 Asheville 3 7.37 Amerlllo 4 39.55 Esclllbia 4 4.92 Raleigh 5 35.55 Jacka on 5 4.66 8481.1110nt 6 34.81 Vol usia 6 4.20 Volusia 1 33.13 Savameh 7 4.12 loe C0111ty 8 33.12 A:aleith 8 3.15 tolLIID.Js 9 30.80 AmtrHl o 9 2.98 KnoJtvllle 10 29.84 Beaunont 10 2.85 Shreveport 11 28.38 Pate kach 11 2.77 Mobile 12 27 .19 ICnoxvi lle 12 2.65 TallahaS-sto 13 27.02 Corpus, Cristi 13 2.48 Manatee 14 26.54 Lee Colllty 14 2.38 Alachua 15 26.18 Mobile IS 2.28 Palm Bt-ach 16 21.47 ShrevttpOrt 16 1.96 Sarasota 17 19. 29 Manatee 11 1.92 Lakeland 18 18.33 laton A:ouge 1 8 1 .85 8aton Rouge 19 17.66 Tallahusee 19 1 79 Col"p.J8 Cristi 20 17.46 Saraaota 20 1.57 Monroe 21 17.16 -.. .. 21 1.44 Escanbia 22 13.06 Alechua 22 1.14 TABLE 1VZ4 TA.8LE IVS Operating E .xpense Per ()per at ing Expense Per Capita Passeng.er Trip -----------------------------------------System .... Values Systell Rank Values Savtmah I S31.87 CCN"PAS Cristi I $2.70 Raleigh 2 $27.59 Pel laach 2 $2.55 Shrawp:>rt 3 S26. 17 Mane tee 3 $2.35 AtMville 4 Sl5.12 Ser .. ot 4 $2.33 _, .. 5 $22.33 Etetillllbt. 5 S2.06 Corpw tritti 6 $21.37 LH COWity 6 S2.02 Tatllh.,. .. 1 S18.99 Letel..:l 1 S1. 95 AlaehUI a S15.84 Jtckton 8 S1.74 Knoxville 9 S14 66 AlachUI 9 S1.67 MlrHlo 10 S14.52 Knoxville 10 $1.61 Jecbon 11 S12.39 Rtleith 11 S1.51 81ton RO!JIIt 12 S11.38 ANrHlo 12 S1.42 Mobl ,. 13 S11.27 votwt e 13 Sl.35 ...._,, 14 S10.69 Col....,. 14 S1.35 Cot..-.. 15 S9.07 Mobile 15 S1.32 Votwie 16 S8.36 16 SI.U EacMbie 17 S7.64 Shreveport 17 S1.27 S..retotl 18 S7.48 ....... 18 ,, .08 Lee 19 S7.48 19 S1.02 Menat" S7.11 Baton Rouge S1.01 Pal latch 21 16.97 TlllahMIM 21 S0.98 Lkeland 22 Athevt lle 22 S0.96 154

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN 10 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES TABlE JV-26 TABlE IV Operating Expense P o r Maintenance Per R ovonuo M ile ---------------------------------------Syst Rank YeiUH System R&nlt Values corp,JS crtsti 1 S3 .52 Corpus Cristi 1 $0.86 t te 2 S2.SI) Jac:ks.on 2 $0.75 S 4Vtnnah 3 S2.71 lee County 3 $0.75 Raleigh 4 S2.68 Es.c811"bia 4 $0.68 Palm BMCh 5 S2.64 Shreveport 5 $0.66 Baton R ouge 6 S2.63 Baton Rouge 6 $0.65 Beai.II'IOnt 7 S2 .63 Knoltvf lle 7 $0.64 Jacks.on 8 S2.60 Bea...nont 8 $0.63 Stlreveport 9 $2.48 Raleigh 9 S0.58 T allahassee 10 $2.47 Tallahassee 10 S0.57 E.$cari>la 1 1 $2.40 Manotee 11 $0.56 Manatee 12 S2 .39 savannah 12 $0.56 Sarasota 13 $2.38 ColUIIbus 13 $0.54 Alachua 14 $2.36 P e lm Beach 14 $0.54 Asheville 15 $2.35 Aurillo 15 $0.53 Lee Col.l"'ty 16 $2. 31 Mobile 16 $0.48 Mobite 17 $2.28 Vol usia 17 $0.48 Monroe 1 8 $2.19 M onroe 1 8 $0.47 Volusle 19 $2.08 Ashtvi lle 19 $0.44 Amarillo 20 $1.94 Alachua 20 S0.41 CoL...21 S1 .90 Saresou 21 $0.36 La k e l e nd 22 S1.34 Lakelend 22 S0.29 TABLE 1Y TABLE IV Farobolt Recovery Ratio Vehicle Milts Per Peak Vehfcle (000) -------.--.. ----.... ------...... -------.. -System Rank Yaluts syste Rank Values Savannah 1 39.51X Manetu 1 64.04 Shreveport 2 33.03X Palm Beach 2 56.38 Raleigh 3 30.81X Sar-asota 3 55.50 Nobile 4 29.sa Volusla 4 55.44 ........ 5 29 .48X -..lllo 5 52.18 CoL...6 29.24X Esctlllbia 6 51.14 A.shevill 7 27.81X M onroe 7 5f.07 Knoxvill 8 27.52X L eite land a 50.98 Volua;a 9 25 .67X Mobile 9 49.07 .. ..-.. 10 25.65X Col Uftlul 10 48.62 Jtckson 11 25.02X corp.as Criati 11 47.88 Esca.bie 12 23.99X L" COW\ty 12 47.82 TallaheNH 13 23.66% Shreveport 13 46.79 Lakeland 14 22.8SX Beei.IIIOnt 14 44.89 Sarasota 15 21.42X Savannah IS 44.24 Alachua 16 21.40X Tallahassee 16 41.97 Lee County 17 19.22X R aleigh 17 41.20 Palm IMCh 18 18.10X Athwllle 18 38.87 Beton Rouge 17.99X Alachua 19 37.54 Kent tee 20 16.90X eaton Rouse 20 37. 47 .-.rillo 21 12.74 X Jaokaon 21 34. 08 Criati 22 10.00X 22 33.12 155

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS tN 10 MOTORBUS CATEGORY fat SELECTED lNOJCATa:tS AND MEASURES TABLE IV TABLE IV1 Hours Per Enployee (000) Pouenger Trips Per Elft)loyee <000> ....................... Svttem Rank Valutt systea Rank values L M Coc.rlty 1 1.51 Asheville 1 40.76 Lakeland 2 1.47 Sav.-nah 2 38.90 A$.hevl l t e 3 1.34 Tallahasse-e 3 35.95 Beai.IOO()t 4 1.29 Baton Rouge 4 35.38 Amarillo 5 1.28 Monroe 5 33.99 Alachua 6 1.28 Beaunont 6 33.65 Shreveport 7 1.27 Shreveport 7 3 2.89 Volusia 8 1.22 Raleigh 8 26.22 Monroe 9 1.18 Mobile 9 25.84 M.,..tee 10 1.18 ANrillo 10 25.57 Savannah 11 1.17 Vol usia 1 1 25.38 Sarasota 1 2 1.17 Ahchua 12 23.57 Raleigh 13 1.13 J6Ck$0n 13 22.2 0 Tellahauee 14 1.12 Coll.lltlus 14 22.18 Colurt.us 15 1.11 Mane tee 15 19.86 EscanOia 16 1.1 0 CCM..nty 16 19.59 Palm Beach 17 1.09 Esc..Oia 17 18.88 Mobile 18 1.0 3 tnoxvitle 18 17.98 J6Ckson 19 1.02 Pal111 ae.ach 19 1 7 .77 Baton Rouge 20 1.0 0 Lakeland 2 0 16.68 Knoxville 21 0.87 Sa rasota 21 16. 03 Corpus Crist i 22 0.8 1 Corpa Crist i 22 15.62 156

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FIGURE I V-1 Service Area P opulation -------.. -----.. 1 ----------":-:---1 MEAN P T A V E L S L M C R 8 J R A 8 K M C M A 8 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N R U R C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T 8 T 8 8 T T 0 P G EKE R A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehic l e Catego r y FIGURE IV-2 Passenger Trips 6 -------------------2 1 0 P T A V E L 8 L M C R 8 J R A 8 K M C M A B B A R 0 C C C A A 0 0 H A A M A N 0 0 0 S E C L T L T T A M N R U A C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T 8 T 8 8 T T C P Q E K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-3 Vehicle Miles 6 M R IIona 2. 2.0 1.6 1 0 0.5 0.0 -.. MEAN r___ . ;-.. = PTAVELSLMCASJAASKMCNAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRURCLAVOBLNHA T T 8 T 8 8 T T C P G E K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbcla Vehicle Category 157

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158 FIGURE IV-4 Revenue Miles 2 P T A V E L 8 l M C R 8 J R A S K M C M A B BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N A U A C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T S T 9 S T T C P G E K E A A X I U A E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-5 Total Operating Expense $& Mlllfone $8 $2 $0 IAEAN l PTAVELSLMCASJRASKWCWAB 8AROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A W N R U A C L A V 0 I L N H A T T 8 T 8 8 T T C P 0 E K E A A X I U A E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category IAIIIono FIGURE IV-6 Passenger Fare Revenues u.o+ --P T A V E L S L W C A S J A A 8 K M C M A 8 BAAOCCCAAOOHAAMAHOOOSE C L T L T T A M N R U A C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T 8 1 8 8 T T C P G E K A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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FIGURE IV7 Total Employeea 175r-----------------------------, tS0-1----------125 100 15 50 25 0 PYAVELSLMOR8JRA8KMCMAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRUROLAV08LNHA T T S T S 8 T T 0 P 0 I K E R A X I U A E U 10-4 9 M otorbus Vehlole Category FIGURE IV-8 Vehicles Available F or M aximum Service 100r----------------------------, 7 5 ------------25 0 MEAN +--PTAVEL&LMOR8JRA$KMCMA8 B AROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRUACLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPQIKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category F IGU R E IV-9 Vehiclea Operated In Max imum Service BAAOCCCAA00HAAMAN0008E C L T l T T N R U R 0 LA V 0 8 L N H A T T 8 T S S T T C P Q E K E R A X I U R E U 10 M otor bus Vehicle Category 159

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160 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES FIGURE IV-10 Vehicle Miles Per Capita P T A V E L 8 L M C A S J A A $ K M C M A 8 BAAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N R U A C L A V 0 B l H H A T T S T S 8 T T C P 0 E K E R A X I U R E U 10-49 M otorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-11 Pa84enger Tripe Per Revenue Mile MEAN P T A V E L 8 L M C A 8 J R A S K M C M A 8 BAAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N A U A 0 L A V 0 8 L N H A T T S T 8 S T T C P Q E K E R A X I U R E U 1o-49 M otorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE I V-12 AVaoe Age Of Fleet 16--121--3 0 P T A Y E L a L M C A S J A A 8 K M C W A I C L T L T T A M N R U C l A V 0 8 L N H A T T S T 8 8 T T 0 P G K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 M otorbua Vehicle Cateoory

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FIGURE IV-13 Revenue MUes Between Accidents ME'AN PTAVELSLMCRSJRASKMCMAB BAROCCCAA00HAAMAN0008E CLTLTTAMNRURCLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPQEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE I V-14 Revenue M iles Between Roadcalls 12,000 i-9,000 6,000 3,000 0 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNAURCLAVOBLNHA TTST88TTCPGEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category 161

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162 EFFICIENCY MEA SU RES AGURE IV Operating Expense Per Ca p i t a U 6 .00 $20.00 $ 16 .00 '10 .00 15.00 a o .oo PTAVELSLMCRIJRAI KW CWA8 I AROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAWNRURCLAVOB LNHA TTSTSSTTCPOEKIAAXIUREU 1o-49 Motorbus Vehicle Ca tegory FIGURE I V 16 Clparaling Expense Per Paaaengar Trip ..... MEAN PTAVELSLMORIJAAIK M CMAB IAAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C l T L T T A M N A U A C l A V 0 8 L N H A TTSTSSTTCPOIKEAAX I UAEU 1049 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE IV Operating Expanaa Par RtvefKie Mile .4.00-r--------------..., $3.00 12.00 $1.00 a o oo MEAN PTAVELILMCAIJRA8KMCMA8 IAAOCCCAAOOHAAWANOOOSE CLTLTTAWNRUACLAVOILNHA TTITSSTTCPOKIAAXIUAU 10 49 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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$0.00 FIGURE IV-111 Main tenanc e Expenae Per Reven ue Mile PTAVELSLMCRSJRASKMCMAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRUACLAVOILNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKERAXI UREU 10-49 Motor bus Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-19 Farebox Recovery 8AR0CCCAA00KAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAWNRUACLAVOILNKA TT8T8STTCP0EKEAAXIUAEU 10-49 Motorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-20 Vehicle Mllea Per Peak Vehicle 22,000 11,000 0 PTAVEL8LMCA8JRA8KMCWA8 TT8T88TTOPQEKEAAXIUAEU 1o-49 Motorbua Vehicle Category ; .... 163

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164 FIGURE IV-21 R evenue Houre Pe r Employee 1.soo r-----;;-::-,:ii.Ai,.-1 1.200 800 400 0 PTA V ELSLMCASJRAIKMCMA8 8AAOCCCAAOOHAAWANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRUACLAVOBLNHA T T S T 8 S T T C P 0 IE I( E A A X I U A E U 10-49 Motorbua Vehicle Category FIGURE IV-22 Paaaenger Tripa Per Employee 38,000 30,000 2 4 ,000 PlAVELSLMCASJAAIKMCMAB BAAOCCCAAOOHAAWANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRUAOLAV08LNHA TTSTSSTTCPQEKEAAXIUREU 10-4 9 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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SMTS JAUN TUSC HEND BERN ANGE ALBA CHAR V. 1-9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY Smyrna Transi t System C harlottesvilleJAUNT Tuscaloosa Transit Authority Henderson Area Rapid Transit St. Bernard Paris h City of San Angelo (ANTRAN) Albany Transit System Lake Charles Trans it System 165

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..... TABLE V 1 MOTOA8US VEHIClE CATEGOA:'f PUORKUCE INDICATORS SMTS JAUN TIISC MfNO BERN .. GE ALBA CHAR Service Area Population (000) 15.65 161.26 145 ... 28 .00 68.50 88.48 50.20 76.50 Peaeneer Tripe <000> 33.07 23.13 364 70.46 75.05 247.67 1,312.92 313.22 P81Uflgltt Nit .. (000) 166.12 231.32 18,1 19.44 169 .1 0 432.68 1,221.68 3,423.67 2,386.41 Vehicle Mil" (000) 89. 06 30 49 286.51 106.46 95.64 253.96 394.94 274.00 Reverut Mil (000) 86.53 29.22 269. 16 105.92 92.55 233.82 387 .96 252.09 Yehtete Moun (000) 4 .81 2.25 18.55 7.12 3.65 18.47 29.01 19. 1 0 Moura (000) 4.55 2 .15 1 8 06 7 .12 3. 7 1 17.70 28.44 18.35 Route Mi let 52.00 7 .50 93.50 29.00 46.00 66.05 63 .30 64 50 Total Openting hpenn <000) $140.45 S41.79 S402. II 1230 84 S250.42 S488 .58 $847 .75 S695.84 Tote\ Mai n ten.nce-Elil:pense C000) S46.03 S3. 90 S86.45 $63.82 S25.40 $ 1 16.39 $208 .47 Sl8l.ll Total Capital hpen&e (000) so.oo $91.46 1194 .75 174.25 S8.52 S5.00 $1]().02 S6.31 Total Local leYenUO (000 ) S86.08 S81. 08 1162.18 Sl26.00 S114. 49 1285.49 S59255 S42 1.26 Clpereting Reverue <000> SI6.SI S22.02 Sl62.18 S21. 1 6 S57 .62 179.21 S287 .19 Sl20.22 Petaenger Far e Revenues (000> Sl6.51 120 .16 Sl46.97 Sl8.66 157.62 113.09 1 12.20 3.69 70.18 12.n 19 .75 55 29 119.8 7 64.82

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V 1 9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY IEFRCT I VOl$$ MEASUUS SKTS JAUI TUSC HEIID 1100 AMGE ALIA CIIAR SEitYICE SUP9LY Vehfcle Miles Per 5.69 0.19 1 .97 3.80 1.40 a.57 7.87 3 .58 SERVICE OOIISUPTIOO PMienger Trfpa Per Ctpfte 2.11 0.14 2.51 2.52 I 10 2.80 26.15 4 09 Tr-ips Per M f le 0.38 0.79 1.35 0.67 0.81 1.06 3.38 1.24 P .... Tr-Ips Per .....,.,. 11r 7.26 10.76 20.17 9.&9 20.25 13.99 46.16 17.07 QUAliTY OF SERVICE Average Speed (R.M./R.M.) 19.00 13.60 14.90 14.87 24.97 13.21 13.64 13.74 Averqe Aee of Flut (in yeera) 7.00 3.00 13.71 4.80 5.33 6.60 10.21 6.80 of Accfdtnt t 3.00 1.00 6.00 5.00 4.00 8.00 13.00 13.00 Total Roredellh 4.00 0.00 45.00 10.00 29.00 102.00 107.00 157.00 Revenue Miles letwHn Accidents (000) 28.84 29.22 44.86 21.18 23.14 29.23 29.84 19 .39 .....,. Mit" ktvMn lotdc:aHs <000> 21.63 n/0 5.98 10.59 3.19 2.29 3.63 1.61 A V AIWILITY Rewt"!UUt Mites Per ROUtl Mite 1.66 3.90 2.88 3.65 2.01 3.54 6.13 3.91 -

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"' 00 TABLE 'Vl 1 MOTORBUS VEMICLE EFfiCIENCY SMIS JWII ruse KENO BUN ANGE ALBA CH.ut COST EffiCIENCY Optrat lf'llil bperwe Ptr Clpl u 14. 97 $0.26 $2.11 14.24 SJ .66 1 5.52 S16.89 S9. 10 Openti no b;p. Ptr Pttt Vehicle (000) 1 70 .22 141.79 S67 .02 ll15.42 183 .47 1 97.72 $105. 97 S 115.97 Opentfng Ptr Ptll. trip 14.25 $1.81 1 1.10 SJ.28 $3.34 $ 1. 97 $0 65 S2.22 Clp. bp. Ptr ,....,..., R t I t so.as $0.18 $0.02 1 1.37 $0.58 $0.40 $0.25 $0.29 Optr t f ne E.tp. r.r Mile S 1.62 11.0 S1,49 S2. 18 S2.71 S2.09 S2. 19 S2.76 Oper-at Ina EA.p. Per lt'WWII.It 1101.r S30 84 S 1 9 45 $22.26 S32.4 1 S67 .S7 S27.60 529.80 SJ7.9 2 ... interww::e u,. ,.,. " SO.SJ $0.13 $0.32 $0.60 11).27 $0.50 $0 54 $0.73 flllnt. Pt r Ol*'at t ne so. n $0 09 00.21 $0.28 S0.10 $0 .24 so.zs $0.26 OPflAttC RATJOS Far.tJJ Recovery 11.75l 48.23% 36.55X 8.oar 23.01X 1 4.96l 32.59X 15. 18X Loetl Revenue Per Optr. hp. 61 .29X 194.02X 40.55% 54.58l 45.72l 58.45 % 69.90% 60.54% Openttng leWf"'Ue Per Oper, bp. 11. 76l 52.69X 40 .33l 9.17% 23 .01l 16.21l n.aax 11 2ax VENIClE UTILUATICII Vehicle Miles Ptr Pttk <000> 44.53 30.49 47.75 55.23 31.88 50.79 49.57 45.67 V.t!.icl Mou.,. ho r Petit Vttllcle (000) 2.4 0 2.25 5.09 5 56 1.22 5.69 3.65 5.18 ltwnue Miln P t r VtMclt MHe 0 97 0.96 0.94 0.99 0.97 0 .92 0.911 0 .92 lewrue Mil .. Ptr Total Vehicles (000) 7.50 15.00 2 .14 3.00 2.50 1.50 1.07 1.50 a.,...... Mof.rt P.r Tota l Ytblcla (000) 2.28 2.15 2.58 1.42 0.62 1.77 2.05 1.84 LAIQl leverue Moura Per f .-ptoyee (000) 1.06 1.19 1.26 1.02 0 46 1.36 0.99 1 .15 Rewrue Moun Per Clptr. fl!plQV" (000) 1.30 1.65 1.67 1. 70 1.24 .42 1.45 1 .19 R.wnue Moun Pr Melnt. (000) 7.59 7.16 7.23 2.54 1.$5 nl 4.01 nJ flewnJe HOIM"' Per Adlln. [l!ployee (000) 21. 69 10.75 1$.06 n/0 1.24 35.4 0 14.97 50.59 Vehtcle Milet Per Mlfnt. (000) 148. 4 3 101.65 114.60 58.02 47.82 n/o 55.65 n/0 Pusenger Trfpt Per Ellployee (000) 7.67 12.85 25.4$ 10. 0 7 9 58 19.05 45.91 19.58 Totl Yehlc t .. Per Mafnt. EMployee 5.55 3 .)) 2.80 1.79 3.00 .,. 1.97 nJ Totl Vehicles Pcor Adllfn. 9.52 5.00 7.00 nl 2.00 20.00 7.37 16.67 EIIEICY UTiliZATIOII Yth i c t e JIIHet Per "lion 7.30 8.28 4.08 8.57 4.84 4.59 3 .29 4.23

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' . RANKING OF SYSTEMS tN 1 9 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES TA8LE Y TABLE YS servic e Area Population (000> Passenger Trips (000) --------------------------------system Rank Values Syst em Rank Valuos Charlottesville 1 161.0!6 Albat>y 1 1,312.92 Tuscaloosa 2 145.41 Tuscaloosa 2 364.41 san Angelo 3 88.411 lake Charles 3 313.22 Lake Charles 4 76.50 San 4 247.67 St. Bernard 5 68.50 St. Bernard 5 75.05 Albany 6 50.20 Henderson 6 70.46 Henderson 7 28.00 N.,. Smyrna 7 33.07 New Smyrna 8 15.65 Charlottesville 8 23.13 TABLE V TABLE V-7 Vehtclo Milts (000) Revenue Miles (000> ----------------------------------------------------------Syatea Rank Value& $ySt ... .... k Value$ Albat>y 1 394.94 Albany 1 387.96 Tusc-aloosa 2 286.51 Tu:sealoosa 2 269.16 Lake C harles 3 274.00 Lake Charles 3 252.09 san Angelo 4 253.96 San Angelo 4 233.82 Hendorton 5 106.46 Henderson 5 105.92 St. 8emard 6 95.64 St. S.rnard 6 92.55 Nell Smyrna 7 89.06 New Smyrna 7 86.53 Charlottervtlle 8 30.49 Charlottesvl lla 8 29.22 TABLE V TABLE V Total Operating Expense (000) Passenger Fare Revenues (000) ----------------------------------------------------------------------System Rank Values system Rank Values Albany 1 S847 .75 Albany 1 $276.27 Lake Charle.J 2 1695.84 tuscal oon 2 5146.97 San Angelo 3 $4118.58 Lake Charles 3 $105.62 Tusealoo&e 4 $402.11 San Angt:lo 4 $73.09 St. Bernard 5 $250.42 St Btrnerd 5 $57.62 Henderson 6 $230.84 Charlottesville 6 $20 1 6 NowSII!yme 7 S 140.45 -7 S18.66 CherlotttiYille 8 S41.7'9 Hew Smyrna 8 $16.51 169

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170 RANKING Of SYSTEMS JM 1 MOTORBUS VEHIClE fOR SLECTEO lNDJCATOAS AND MEASUR.ES TABLE V\ TA8LE V Vehicles Avilabl e For Tottl Eq:>loy"s M e xi.um service -----------------------------------------------syu Ront Vtl"'" System Rank Values Albeny 1 28.60 Albany 1 14 Lake Charles 2 16.00 Lete Charles 2 1 0 Tuscatoost 3 14.30 Stn Angelo 3 10 san A.ngoto 4 13.00 TU$C:Il00$1 4 7 St. 5 8.00 st. 8emard 5 6 Henderson 6 7.00 Htndtrson 6 5 Sn:ryrnl 7 4.31 Mew Snryrne 7 2 Ch-ar\ottesvi lle 8 1.80 Cherlottesv; \ te 8 1 TA8LE V Vehicles Opertted In TABLE V-13 Max 1 fiUII Service Vehicle Miles Per Capita ----------------------------------------Syat Ronk VtlUH Systeftl Ran k values Albany 1 8 A\ba"Y 1 7.87 Tu.c:atoou 2 6 lrihl Smyrna 2 5.69 Lake Charles 3 6 Htndt'rson 3 3.80 San Anweto 4 5 Lah Cherles 4 3.58 St. Bernard 5 3 Stn Angelo 5 2.87 N.w Smyrna 6 2 Tus<:ttoou 6 1.97 Henderson 7 2 St. Bernard 7 1.40 Chtrlottt$v1tle 8 1 ChtrlottHvi lle 8 0.19 TABLE V Panenger Tripe; Per TABLE V-15 Mile Average Age of Fleet (in yeers) ---------Systtlll hnk values System Ronk Values Albany 1 3.38 rus.caloosa 1 13.71 Tutcaloosa 2 1.35 Albany 2 10.21 Ltk Chart 3 1.24 New Sllyrna 3 7.00 San 4 1.06 Late Ct\artca 4 6.80 St. lern.rd 5 0.81 Stn Antelo s 6.60 Charlott .. vtlla 6 0.79 St. 8erMrd 6 5.33 Hendoroon 7 0.67 Htnder-ton 7 4.80 --8 0.38 Cherlott .. ville 8 3.00

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RANKING OF SYSTEMS IN 1 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASURES TABLE v:.16 TABLE V Revenue Miles Between Accidents (000> ReverJe Niles Between Roadc-olls (000) ------------------------------------------------------------------------System Rank Vtill\le'$ system ..... Values Tuscaloosa I 44.86 New Sl'lrtrno 1 21.63 Albany 2 29.84 Kondtrson 2 1 0.59 San Ang elo 3 Z9.23 Tuscaloosa 3 5.98 Charlottesville 4 29.22 Albany 4 3.63 New Smyrna 5 28.84 St. Bernord 5 3.19 St. Bernard 6 23 .14 San Angelo 6 2.29 Henderson 7 21.18 lake Charles 7 1.61 Lake ctlarles 8 19.39 Charlottesville 8 rva TABLE V TABLE V Operating Per Operating Expense Per Passef'lier Trip ------------------------------------------------------------------------System Rank valutS s-;>tem Rank Values Albenv 1 $16.89 Mow Stnyrno 1 $4 .25 Lake Char(es 2 S9.10 st. Bernard 2 S3.34 New SIWyrna 3 $8.97 Hendcr$on 3 S3.2B Henderson 4 S8.24 Lake Charles 4 S2.22 San Angelo 5 $5.52 San Angelo 5 S1.97 St. Bernard 6 $3.66 Charlottesville 6 S1.81 Tuscaloosa 7 S2.77 Tuscaloosa 7 S1.10 Charlottesville 8 S0.26 Albany 8 S0.65 TABLE V TABLE V1 Operatine Expense Per Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile R;evenue Mf le -----------------------------------------------------------System Rank Values System Rank Values Lake Olarlet 1 S2.76 Lake Charlet. 1 S0.73 St. Btrnard 2 S2.71 Mtnderson 2 S0.60 Albany 3 S2.19 Atbenv 3 $0.54 Henderaon 4 S2.18 New Qlyrna 4 $0.53 San Angelo 5 S2.09 San Angelo 5 so.so .... SllymO 6 S1.6Z Tusc:eloose 6 S0.32 TuscalOOSII 7 $1.49 St. Bernard 7 S0.27 a S1.43 charlottesville 8 S0.13 171

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172 RANKING Of SYSTEMS IN 1 MOTORBUS VUICLE CATEGORY FOR SELECTED INDICATORS AND MEASW.ES TABLE V-23 TABLE V Vehicle Niles farebox Recovery Ratio Per Peak Vehicle ------... .................................... System hnk Vtlues System Ronk Vtlues ChartottHvi lle 1 48.Z3X Hende-rson 1 53.Z3 TU$e.loosa z 36.55% S.n Angelo z 50.79 Albany 3 3Z.59X Albeny 3 49.37 St. BttNrd 4 Z3.01l Tuscaloosa 4 47.75 Lake Charles 5 1 5.18% Lake Charlet 5 45.67 san Angel o 6 14.96l Nflif Smyrna 6 44.53 New S.,ma 7 11.75% St. Bernard 7 31.88 Henderson 8 8.oax Cherlottesvi lle 8 :W.49 TA8LE Y TASI.E V-25 Revenue Hours Per Eq>loye-e (000) Pa$Senger Trips Per Employee (000) ---------------------------------System Rant VI lues Sy s tem Rank Values San Angelo 1 1.36 A l beny 1 45.91 TUSc:elOO&I z p6 lU&CilOOU z Z5.48 Charlottesvil l e 3 1.19 take Charle-s 3 19.58 Lake Charles 4 1 .15 San Angelo 4 19.05 New SmyrM 5 1.06 Charlottsvi lle 5 1Z.85 Henderson 6 1 02 Henderson 6 10.07 Albeny 7 0.99 St. hrMrd 7 9.38 St. 8 rnard 8 0.46 N.., S.Vma a 7.67

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS .. T a J A u N FIGURE V-1 Service Area Population 3 s c H E N D B E A N A N 0 E A L B A 1 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V Passenger Trips 1, 4 00 Thoueend 1,200 +--.. ,. __ -. ___ .. ___ ,.. ___ ,_, ....... 1,000 ----80Cit------... 8 i 400 300 200 100 0 .. T J T H 8 A A U A U E E 0 N L 8 N R 8 H C D H E A 1 Motorbua Vehicle Category J 3 A u 8 N c FIGURE V Vehlcle Miles H a E N E A 0 N A N 0 E A L e A 1 Moll:lrbua Vehicle Category c H A A c H A R c H A R 173

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174 FIGURE V-4 Revenue M iles T 400T" 300 200 0 $900 $750 $600 $450 $300 $150 $0 8 J T H D A A C M A U E E N L H T U S N R G D A S N 0 D N E A A 1-9 Moto rbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-5 Total Operating Expense MEAN r=. a .. T 8 J A u N T u 8 c H E N D 8 E R N A N 0 E A L 8 A 1 Motorbcla Vehicle Category FIGURE V-6 Passenger Fare Revenues Tllouoando c H R $225 ... a .. T a J u H T u 8 c H E N D B R H N 0 E L B A 1 9 Motorbus Vehicle Category 0 H A

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25 20 s 0 s J A T u a N FIGURE V 7 Total EmploY"& T H B A u E E N s N R "' c D N E A L 8 A 19 Motorbus Vehic l e Ca t egory FIGURE V-8 c H A R Vehicles Available For Maxim um Service 16,---------------------------, s T s J T H B A A A U E E H L U 8 N R Q B N C D N E A 1-9 Motorbus Vshickl Category FIGURE V-9 A R Vehicles Operated In Maximum Service MEAN r s+-----s J T H B A A c .. A u E E N L H T u 8 N A Q B A 8 N c D N E A R 1-9 Motorbu s Vehicle Category 175

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176 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES s .. T s s .. T 1 5 a .. T a F I GURE V 10 Vehicle Miles Per Capita J T H 8 A A A U E E N L U 8 N A Q 8 N C D N E A 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-11 Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile J A u N T u c H E N D a E R N A N Q E A L A 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle Category J A u N FIGURE V-12 Average Age Of Fleet T H 8 A u E E N a N R 0 c D N E A L e A 1-9 Motorbue Vehicle c H A R c H A R c H A R

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FIGURE V-13 Revenue Miles Between Accidents 40,000 +---0 24,000 20,000 16,000 12,000 8,000 4,000 0 8 M T 8 8 M T s J A u N T u s c H E N D B E R N A N G E A L 8 A 1 9 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-14 Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls J T H 8 A A A u E E H L u s H R 0 8 H c D N E A 1-9 Motorb u s Vehicle Category c H A R c H A R 177

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178 EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE V-15 Operating Expense Per Capita $18.GG ,----------------, $16.00+--$12.00 $6.00 $3.00 $0.00 8 J T H A A c .. A u E E N l H T u 8 N R G A s N c 0 N E A R 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-16 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip $5.00.------------------. 8 J T H 8 A A C M A U E E N L H T U 8 H A 0 8 A S N C D H E A R 1-9 Motorbus Vehic l e Category FIGURE V-17 Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile 8 J T H 8 A A C M A U E E N L H T U 8 N R 0 8 A 8 N C 0 N E A A 1 9 Motorbua Vehicle Category

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30'JO 20'JO 10'JO 01f. F IGURE V-16 Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile s .. 8 .. T s 8 .. T 8 J T H B A A A U E E N L U S N R G 8 NCDNEA. 1 9 Motorbus Vehicle Category J A u N FIGURE V-19 Farebox Recovery T H B A u E E N 8 c N D R H G E A L 8 A 1 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-20 Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle J T H B A A A u E E N L u 8 H R () B N c D N E A 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle Category c H A R c H A R c H A A 179

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50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0 180 s .. T s s .. T s FIGURE V -21 Revenue Hours Per Employee J A u N T u a c H E N D B E A N A N Q E A L 8 A 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE V-22 Passenger Trips Per Employee J T H 8 A A A u E E N L u N A Q 8 N c D N E A 1-9 Motorbus Vehicle c H A A c H A A

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VI. SUMMARY In summary, the Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) has conducted a performance evaluation of Florida transit systems under contract with the Office of Public Transportation Operations, Department of Transportation, State of Florida. The performance evaluation includes a trend analysis (1984-1988) and a peer review analysis (1988 data). This document (Part TI) is the peer review analysis while a separate document (Part I) reports the trend analysis. Peer review analysis is a common method of evaluating the effectiveness and efficiency of transit systems and is essentially a comparison of a system's performance with the performance of similar systems or "peers" arou n d the country. This document actually includes four separate peer reviews as a result of the various transit properties operating throughout Florida. Each review provides tables of performance numbers and measures, rankings for selected indicators and measures, and graphics for selected indicators and measures. This report presents data and does not draw conclusions, make interpretations, or provide recommendations as to what, if any, subsequent policy or other acllons should be taken in response to the information. However, the information, measures, tables, and : graphs included herein are designed to enable the reader to interpret and evaluate the trends and comparisons. Comments and questions about this report can be directed to the Office of Public Transportation, Department of Transportation, State of Florida, 605 Suwannee Street, Mail Station 26, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0450, Telephone: (904) 488-7774. 181

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VII. APPENDIX A LIST OF DEFINITIONS PERFORMANCE INDICATORS County PQI!ulation Used to approximate the service area population for each of the Florida transit systems and is taken from the "1989 Florida Statistical Abstract," with the exception of Smyrna Transit System (SMTS). The population of the city of New Smyrna Beach was used to approximate the service area population of SMTS. Although the transit authorities' actual service areas may not correspond exactly with the county boundaries, this measure provides a good approximation of overall market size for comparison of relative spending and service levels between communities. This is particularly true in Florida where transit systems are, for the most part, county-based. National Inflation RateUsed to deflate the operating cost data to constant 1984 dollars. Inflation adjusted dollars provide a more accurate representation of spending changes. resulting from agency decisions by factoring out the general price inflation. The inflation rate reported is the percentage change in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for all items (including commodities and services) from year to year. During the 1984 to 1988 period, service and labor costs tended to increase at a faster rate than did commodity prices. Therefore, transit operating expenses, which are predominantly comprised of service and labor costs, may be expected to have increased somewhat faster than inflation even if the amount of service provided were not increased. Trips Annual number of passenger boardmgs on the transit vehicles. A trip is counted each time a passenger boards a transit vehicle. Thus, if a passenger has to transfer between buses to reach a destination, he/she is counted as making two passenger trips. Passenitr Miles Number of armual passengers trips multiplied by the system's average trip length (in miles). This number provides a measure of the total number of passenger miles of transportation service consumed. Vehicle Miles Total distance traveled 8nnually by revenue service vehicles, including both revenue miles and deadhead miles. 183 r

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Revenue Miles Number of annual miles of vehicle operation while in active service (available to pick up revenue passengers). This number is smaller than vehicle miles because of the exclusion of deadhead miles such as vehicle miles from the garage to the start of service, vehicle miles from the end of service to the garage, driver training, and other miscellaneous miles that are not considered to be in direct revenue service Vehicle Hours Total hours of operation by revenue service vehicles including hours consumed in passenger service and deadhead travel. Revenue Hours Total hours of operation by revenue service vehicles in active revenue service. Route Miles Number of directional route miles as reported in Section IS data, defined as the mileage that service operates in each d i rection over routes traveled by public transportation vehicles in revenue service Total Operaline Expense Reported total spending on operations, including administration, maintenance, and operations of service vehicles, and excluding capital spending. Total Operatine Emnses C1984 Sl -Total operating expenses deflated to 1984 dollars for purposes of determining the real change in spending for operating expenses. Total Maintenance Expense Sum of all expenses categorized as maintenance expenses; a subset of total operating expense. Total Maintenance Emense U984 $) Total maintenance expenses deflated to 1984 dollars for purposes of determining the real change in spending for maintenance purposes. Total Capital Egense Dollar amount of spending for capital projects and equipment. Total Capital Eucnse CJ.984 Sl Total capital expense deflated to 1984 dollars for purposes of determining the real change in capital spending. Total I.ocal Revenue All revenues originating at the local level (excluding state and federal assistance). 184

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Operatlna Revenue Includes passenger fares, special transit fares, school bus service reve n ues, freight tariffs, cbaner service revenues auxiliary transportation revenues, subsidy from other sectors of operations, and non-transportation revenues. Eassenaer fare Revenues Revenue generated annually from passenger fares. Total Employees Total number of payroll employees of the transit agency. It is useful to note that the i ncreasing tendency to contract out for services may result in some signifieant differences in this measure between otherwise s i milar propert i es. It is important to understand which services are contracted for before drawing conclusions based on employee levels. All employees class i fied as capital were excluded from this report. Transportation Opera!lna Emp!Qyees All employees classified as o perating empl o yees: vehicle drivers, supervisory personnel, direct personnel. Maintenance Emplqyees All employees classified as maintenance employees who are directly or indirectly responsible for vehicle main t enance. Administrative Emplqyees All personne l positions c l assified as administrative in nature. This report i ncludes al l general administration employees (marketing, planning, and support) as classified by UMT A in Form 404. Vehicles Available for Maximum Service Number of vehicles owued by the trans i t authority that are available for use in bus service. Vehicles Operated In Maximum Senlce The l argest number of vehicles requ i red for providing service during peak hours (typ i cally the rush period). Spare Ratio Vehicles operated in maximum service subtracted from vehicles available for maximum service divided by vehicles operated in maximum service This measure is an indicator of the number of spare vehicles available for service. A spare ratio of approximately 20 percent is considered appropriate in the industly. However, this varies depending on the size and age of fleet as well as the condition of equipment Total Gallons Consumed Total gallons consumed by the vehicle fleet. 185

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Total Kllowau Houn of Power Kilowatt hours of propulsion power consumed by a transit system (rapid rail and automated guideway for Metro Dade Transit Agency). Averaae Aat oC fleet -Traditionally, a standard transit coach is considered to have a useful life of 12 years. However, longer service Jives are not uncommon. The vehicle age and the reliability record of the equipment, the number of miles and hours on the equipment, the sophistication and features (i.e., wheelchair lifts, electronic destination signs, etc.), and operating environment (weather, roadway grades, and passenger abuse) all affect the maintenance needs and depreciation of the bus fleet. Number of Accidents Total number of reportable accidents resulting in property damage or injury. Section 15 reponing procedures require that accidents be reported in three categories including collision accidents, non-collision accidents, and station accidents. Total Roadcalls A revenue service interruption during a given reporting period caused by failure of some mechanical element or other element. Roadcalls are defined more clearly in the introductory section of the System-by-System Trend Analysis in this report. EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES Vehicle Miles Per Capita Total number of annual vehicle miles divided by the service area's population. This can be characterized as the number of miles of service provided for each mart, womart, and child in the service area and is a measure of the extensiveness of service provided in the service area Passen"r Dips Per Capita Average number of transit hoardings per person per year This number is larger in areas where public transportation is emphasized and in areas where there are more transit dependents and is a measure of the extent to which the public utilizes transit in a given service area. Passe01ter Trips Per Revenue Mile The ratio of passenger trips to revenue miles of service; a key indicator of service effectiveness which is influenced by the levels of demand and the supply of service provided. 186

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Passen:er Trips Per Revenue Hour The ratio of the passenger trips to revenue hours of operation; reports on the effectiveness of the service since hours are a better representation of the resources consumed in providing service. Avnaae Speed -Average speed of vehicles in operation (including to and from the garage) calculated by dividing t otal vehicle miles by total vehicle hours. Bevegue Miles Between Accidents Number of revenue miles divided by the number of accidents; Reports the average interval, in miles, between accidents. Revenge Miles Between Roadglls Number of revenue miles divided by roadcalls; an indicator of the average frequency of delays because of a problem with the equipment. Revenue Miles Per Route Mile Num ber of revenue miles divided by the number of directional route miles of service. EFFICIENCY MEASURES Qperatine ElQ}ense Per Caplla Annual operating budget divided by the service area population; a measure of ihe resource commitment to transit by the community. QJ)Wltine Exnense Per Capita (1984 dollars) Same as above, but with operating expenses expressed in 1984 dollars. Qperatine ElQ!ense Per Peak Vehicle Total operating expense per vehicle operated in maximum service (peak vehicle); provides a measure of the resources required per vehicle to have a coacl) in operation for a year. Qneratlne E&ease Per Feak Vehicle C1984 dollars) Same as above, but with operating expense expressed in 1984 dollars. Qperatine Dense Per Passenpr TripOperating expenditures divided by the total annual ridership; a measure of the efficiency of transporting riders; one of tbe key indicators of comparative performance of transit properties since it reflects both the efficiency with which service is delivered and the market demands for the service. 187

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Operating Expense Per Passen&er Dig <1984 dollaa> Same as above, but with operating expense expressed in 1984 dollars. Qgeratlne Eqense Per Passeneer Mile Reflection of operating expense divided by the number of passenger miles; takes into account the impact of trip length on performance since some operators provide lengthy trips while others provide short trips. Ogeratine Emense Per Passeneer Mile 0984 dollars) Same as above, but with operating expense expressed in 1984 dollars. Qperatin& Exoense Per Revenue Mile Operating expense divided by the annual revenue miles of service; a measure of the efficiency with which service is delivered and is another key comparative indicator Operaline Expense Per Revenue Mile 0984 dollars) Same as above, but with operating expense expressed i n 1984 dollars. Operalin& Expense Per Revegue Hour Operating expense divided by revenue hours of operation; a key comparative measure which differs from operating cost per vehicle mile in that the vehicle speed is factored out. This is often important since vehicle speed is strongly influenced by local traffic conditions. Ogeralin& Expense Per Revenue Hour 0984 dollaal Same as above, but with operating expense expressed in 1984 dollars. Maintenance Eqense Per Revenue Mile Maintenance cost divided by the revenue mi l es. Maintenance Emense Per Revenue Mile {1984 dollars) Same as above, but with maintenance expense expressed in 1984 dollars. Maintenance EJ;jjNR Per Optraline EqenseCalculated by dividing maintenance expense by operating expense; expressed as a percent of total operating expense. Farel!ox Becoven Ratio of passenger fare revenues to total operating expenses; an indicator of the share of revenues provided by the passengers. 188

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Local Revenue Per Operatina E!rnense Ratio of total local commitment with respect to total operating expense. Operatina Revenue Per Operatin& Ex]!ense Operating ratio calcu lated by dividing operating revenue by total operating expense. Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle Vehicle miles divided by the number of peak vehicles It is an indicator of how iritensively the equipment is used and is influenced by the bus travel speeds as well as by the levels of service in the off-peak time periods. A more uniform demand fo r service over the day would result in a higher number. Vehicle Hours Per Peak Yebicle Substitutes vehicle hours for veh icle miles and again reflects how intensively equipm ent is utilized Revenue Miles Per Vehicle Mile Reflects how much of the total vehicle operation is in passenger service. Higher ratios are favorable but garage location, training needs, and other considerations may influence .the ratio. Revenue Miles Per Total Vehicles Total revenue miles of service !bat are provided for each vehicle a vailable for maximum service. Revenue Hours Per Total Vehicles Indicates total revenue hours of service provided by each vehicle availabl e for maximum service. Revenue Hours Per Emplo.yee Reflect s overall labor productivity. Revenue Hours Per Qperalln& Emplo.yee Reflects operating personnel productivity. Revenue Hom Per Maintenance EmpiOJee Reflects maintenance employee productivity. Revenue Hours Per Administrative Employee Reflects administrative employee productivity. Vehicle Miles Per Maintenance EmplOJee Another measure of maintenance emplo yee productivity. 189

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Passencr TriPI Ptr Emi!IQXU Another measure of overall labor productivity. TQtal Vehicles Per Maintenance Em11loyee Vehicles available for maximum service divided by the number of maintenance employees. Thtal Vehicles Per Adm!glstratlve Em11loyee Vehicle s available for maximum service divided by the number of administrative employees Yebjc:le Miles Per GaiiQn Ve hicle miles of service divided by total gal lons consumed and is a measur e of energy utilization. 190

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VIII. APPENDIX B REVIEW OF DATA SOURCES SOURCES FOR 1984-1987 DATA National Urban Mass Transportation Statistics 1984-1987 Annual Section 15 Reports' Data Item County/City Population (Florida systems), National Inflation Rate Passenger Trips Passenger Miles Vehicle Miles Revenue Miles Vehicle Hours Revenue Hours Route Miles Total Operating Expense Total Maintenance Expense' Total Capital Expense' UX:al Revenue' Operating Revenue' Passenger Fare Revenues' Total Operating Maintenance Employees Administrative Employees ' Source 1989 Florida Statistical Abstract Table 3.16 Table 3.16 Table 3.16 Table 3.16 Table 3.16 Table 3.16 Table 3.13 Table 3.07 Table 3 .07 Table 3.04 Table 3.01 Table 3.01 Table 3.01 Table 3.14 Table 3.14 Table 3.14 Table 3.14 191

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Data Item Soun;e Vehicles Available for Maximum Serv ice' Table 3.17 (1984) Table 3 1 6 (19851 987) Vehicl e s Operated in Maximum Service Table 3.14 (1984) Tabl e3.16 (1985-1987) Total Gallons Consumed Table 3 12 Table 3.12 Kilowatt Hours of Propulsion Power Average Age of Fleet' Number of Accidents Number of Roadcalls' Table 3 17 Table 3.15 Table 3 .11 NOTES: 192 1 All statistics are for directly-.>perated motorbus servioe unless otherwise noted. 'Operating expetiSC: excludes all reconciling items including interest expense, leases and r e ntals, and depreciation. 'Includes vehicle maintenance and non-vehicle maintenanoe expense 'Referred to as total public capital assistance in federal Section IS. This figure is reported as a transit system total and therefore may indude purchased and/or demand respons ive transportation services. 'Local revenue indudes all revenue in Table 3 .01 except for federal and state revenue. Operating revenue includes traGSportation revenu es, non-transportation revenues, and subsidy from other sectors of operations (deDOied as "other" in column 10 of Form 3.01). Revenues are reported as a transit systell) total and ther e fore may indude purchased and/or demand responsive transportation services. However passenger fare reYC:nues for lixed-route services ean be extracted from the data source. are distributed among three categories on Form 3 .14: transportation, maintenance, and general admiiSita tion. These three categories are used for dislribution in our data as weU. 'Data reported dill'uelltly ill 1984 than in foUowing years which required pulling data from different fonD$ ill lllal )':&f Vehidca operated in maximum service are for those used for directly operated servieca Ollly. 'The followiua oehicle type& were included in the calculation of average age of lleet: motorbus (BA, 88, BC), articulaled motorbua (AB), doub l e decked bus (DB), trolley bus (TB), and school bus (SB). Also, age of rail fleel indudes two vehide eype.: r apid rail (RR) and streetcar (SC) It should be recognized that some of these vehides may be used in the provision of demand-responsive transportation services as these vebides cannot be identified ill the federal report. collision, non-collision, and station accidents. mechanical failure and otber reasons

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SOURCES FOR 1988 DATA Actual 1988 Section 15 Reports' Data Item County/City Population (Florida systems), National Inflation Rate Passenger Trips Passenger Miles Vehicle Miles Revenue Miles Vehide Hours Revenue Hours Route Miles Total Operating Expense' Total Maintenance Expense Total Capital Expense' Local Revenue' Operating Revenue' Passenger Fare Revenues' Total Employees' Operating Employees Maintenance Employees Administrative Employees Vehicles Available for Maximum Service Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service Total Gallons Consumed' Kilowatt Hours of Propulsion Power' Source 1989 Florida Statistical Abstract Form 406 Form 406 Form 406 Form 406 Form 406 Form 406 Form 403 Form 006, 310, 312 Form 310, 312 Form 103 Form 201, 202 Form 201, 202 Form 201, 202 Form 404 Form404 Form404 Form 404 Form 003 Form 003 Form 402 Form 402 193

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Data Item Source Average Age of Fleet Number of Accidents' Number of RoadcaUs' Form 408 Form 405 Form 402 NOTES: 194 'All Slatistics are for direc.tly-operated motorbus sefVice unless otherwise ooced. 'Operating expense excludes all reconciling items including interest expense, leases and rentals, and depreciation. "This fJgllre is r eported as a system total and therefore may include purchased and/or demand responsive trans.portation services. 'Local revenue includes all revenue except federal and state revenue. Operating revenue includes transportation revenues. noa-trao.sponatioo revenues, and subsidy from other sectors of operations. Reveoues are r e ported as a sySiem total and therefore may include purchased and/or demand responsive. transportation services. However. passenger fare revenues for ruced-route service can be extracted from the data source. 'Employees are distributed amoog three categories as identifwd in Form 404: rows 1-3 transportation operating employees, rows 4-8 maintenance employees, rows 9-10 administrative employees. UMTA assumes that Form 404 DO.MB excludes purchased transportation services. 'UMT A assumes that energy coasumption reported on Form 402 excludes purchased transportation grvic.es, 'The following vehicle types \VCre included in the ealculation of average age of Reet: mocorbus (BA, BB, BC) articulated motorbus (AB), double decked bus (DB), trolley bus (TB), and school bus (SB). Also, age of rail Reet includes two vehicle types: rapid rail (RR) and streetcar (SC). It should be recognized that some of these vehicles may be used in the provisioo of dem>Jid-responsive transportation services as these vehicles ean.not be identified on Form 408. 'Includes collision. non-collision. and Mation accidents. UMTA assumes that Form 405 excludes purchased transportation services. 'Includes mechanical failure and other reasons. UMT A assumes that Form 402 (roadcalls) excludes purchased lriiiOpO
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IX. APPENDIX C PEER SELECTION METHODOLOGY > 200 Motorbus Vehicle The following is the approach that was used for t he Miami performance review, peer review section. As discussed, a number of unique characteristics and the limited number of similar operations necessitates the selection of some peers that are significantly different than Miami in some respects. This was not a problem since the object i ve in conducting the peer review is not to explicitly factor out all the different characteristics between peers but rather to compare systems that have some similar aspects These comparisons might provide some insight to a better understanding of overall performance. The chosen approach will involve evaluating each component mode's performance for some of the performance measures and evaluating total system performance for some of the measures. Thus, the Miami performance review actually becomes four different reviews: one each for motorbus, rail, automated gu i deway transit, and system total. Each review will use those measures that make sense in the context of the particular mode under consideration. No system is just like Miami in terms of the mix of modal technologies, howeve r if the focus is on the ability of the agency to provide transportation capacity and to meet travel needs, the technology differences are not necessarily more important than a myriad of other decisions that a given agency makes in determining how best to serve the customer. The relatively limited number of systems with rail components argues for including all those that are similar and carefully context differe nces so the reader wm understand the differences when making various comparisons. In general, the
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198 Florida Tnulslt S)'Stem Metro Dade Transit Agency Motorbus Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid TraDSit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Denver Regional Transportation District Honolulu Department of Transportation Services Houstoo Metropolitan Transit Authority Milwaulcee County Transit System Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson Pittsburgh Port Authority o f Allegheny County Portland TriCou.oty Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District Bi-State Development Agepcy St. Louis VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio San Diego Transit Sys1em Santa Clara County Transit District Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle Purchased Motorbus Meuo Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administtatiou Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit HOUSioo MeuopolitaD Transit Authority Minneapolis Meuopolitan Transit Commi$sion Regiooal TraDSit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson MUDidpality of Metropolitan Seattle Rapid Rail Metro Dade Tr&D&it Agency Metropolitan AdaDta Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Ma&S Trusit Administration Buffalo Niapra Frontier Transit Metro Sys1em Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Regional Transit Authority of Orleans aDd JeffcrSOD

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Pittsburgh Port Authority of Allegheny County Portland Trl-County Meuopoliran Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District San Diego Trolley, Inc. System Total Including Purchased Motorbus Metro Dade Transit Agency Metropolitan Atlanla Rapid Transit Authority Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Buffalo Niagara frootier Transit Metro System Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Denver Regional Transportation District Honolulu Department of Transportation Semees Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority MUwaukee County Transit System Minneapolis Metropolitan Transit Commission Regional Transit Authority of Orleans and Jefferson Pit tsburgh Port Authority of Allegheny County Portland Tri-County Metropolitu Transportation District of Oregon Sacramento Regional Transit District Bi-State Development Agency St Louis VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio San Diego Transit System Santa Clara County Transit District Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle S)'Jtem Tntal Excluding Purchased Motorbus Metro Dade Transit Agency M etropolil8ll Atlanta Rapid Transit Authori!y Baltimore Mass Transit Administration Buffalo Niagara Frontier Transit Metro System Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority Dallas Area Rapid Transit Den.er R
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Bi-State Development Agency St. Louis VIA Metropolitan Transit San Antonio San Diego Transit S)'>tem Santa Clan County Transit Di.urict Municipali ty of Metropolitan Seattle S0-200 Motorbus Vehicle Cateeoa There are five Florida transit systems and seventy two non-Florida transit systems which operate 50-200 motorbus vehicles in maximum service throughout the United States. Only twelve non-Florida systems remain after eliminating those systems not located in the specified geographic location These twelve systems were further reviewed to establish which were most similar to the group of Florida systems. Three major decision variables were used in this process including population density, vehicle miles of service, and average speed. The range was derived for each of these variables for the Florida systems. Each range was expanded by ten percent at the low end and ten percent at the high end All non-Florida systems tha t did not fall within the expanded range were determined to not be similar for the decision variable under consideration. Peers were selected from the expanded ranges if a non-Florida system was determined to be s i milar in two or more of the decision variables. Only one non-Florida system was eliminated at this point A final review was conducted of the eleven remaining non-Florida transit systems in order to test for unreasonable and/or extraorclinary conditions. This process included a review of data used previously in the narrowing process as well as a consideration of some additional factors such as passenger trips, route miles, and number of days service is provided. If unreasonable data andfor extraordinary conditions were detected for a given system, that system was eliminated from the group. This final review resulted in each non-Florida system being placed into one of two classifications: preferred peer or backup peer. Backup peers are sele c ted as a precaution since there may be some problems in obtaining 1988 data on all systems chosen. Florida systems, preferred peer, and backup peers for the 50-200 motorbus vehicle category are indicated below. This is followed by a list of the final peer group which was selected based on review and availability of data for the preferred and backup transit systems. 200 Florida Trault Broward Traa.sil Division Jaeksoaville Transportation Authority Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Finella& Suocoast Traa.sil Authority Tri County Tr..Wt (Orlando)

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Prefened Peer$ Birmiu8hm-Jeffersoo County Transit Authority Charlone Transi t System Mempbis Area Transit Authority Nashville Metropolitan Transit Authority Au.stiii-Capilal Metro Transit AUihority Peninsula Transportation District Commission Norfolk-Tidewater Regional Transit Mass Transit Department-City of El Paso Bad-Capital Metro Transil Authority Nashville MetropolitaJ> Transit AUlhority 19-49 Motorbus Vehicle Catcpa There are ten Florida transi t systems and 173 non Florida transit mtems wbich operate 10-49 motorbus vehicles in maximwn service throughout tbl.. States. Thirty seven non-Florida systems remain after eliminating those systems in the specified geographic location. These systems underwent further review in order to establish which systems were most similar to the group of Florida systems in this category. Three major decision variables were used in this process including population density, vehicle miles of service, and average speed. The range (from low to high) was derived for each of these variables for the Florida transit systems. Each range was expanded by ten percent at the low end and ten percent at the high end. All non201

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Florida systems that did not fall within the expanded range were determined to not be similar for the decision variable under consideration. A non-Florida system was determined to be a peer if it was within the expanded range of all three decision variables. Eleven transit systems were eliminated as a result of applying these decision variables. A final review of the 26 remaining non-Florida transi t systems was conducted in order to test for unreasonable and/or extraordinary conditions. This process included a review of data u s ed previously in the narrowing process as well as a consideration of some additional factors such as passenger trips, route miles, and number of days service is provided. If unreasonable and/or extraordinary conditions were detected for a given system, that system was eliminated from the group. This final review also resulted in each remaining non Florida system being placed into one of two classifications: preferred peer or backup peer. Backup peers are selected as a precaution since there may be some problems in obtaining 1988 data on systems selected as preferred peers. Florida systems, preferred peers, and backup peers for the 10-49 motorbus vehicle category are indicated below. This is followed by a list of the final peer group which was selected based on review and availability of data for the preferred and backup transit systems. 202 Florida Transit s,.ttms Palm Beach County Transportation Authority Tallahassee Transit Authority Regional Transit Sy>tem (Gain .. ville) East Volu.sla Transit Authority Escambia County Transit Systell> Lee Couoty Transit Authority Sarasora County Area Transit Lalceland Area Mass Tr.,.it District Manatee County Transit Preferred Peers Capiul T ransportation Corporation (Baton Rouge) Knam1le Ttalllil (X-TRANS) Corpu& Christi RegiooaJ Transit Authority Md>ilo TtaD&it Authority Cobnbus Transit System (METRA) Shreveport Area Transit System Jackson Transit Capital Area Transit (Raleigh) Greenville Transit Authority South Carolina Cohambia.SC E&G Co. (purchased) AlenDdria Transit System

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Monroe Transit System Gulfport Mississippi Coasl Amarillo Transit System Asbevillc Transit Authority Bea11111om M1111icipal Transit System ._kup Peers Winston-Salem Transit Authority MontgOJnery Area Transit S)'&tem Sav8DJI.1h Transit Authority Sout h Carolina Charlcston .SCE & 0 Co. (purchased) City of Lubbock City of A1J8U$1a Transit Department FayetteYille Area S)'&tem of Transit Chapel Hill Transit City of Rome Transit OcpartmeDI Transit System FIDAI Peer Group Palm Beach County Transportation Authority Tallahasv.e Transit Authority Regional Transit S)'&tcm (Oaincsville) East Volusia Transit Authority Escambia County Transit System Lee County Transit Authority Sarasota County Area Transit Lakeland Area Mass Transit Di&trict Manatee County Transit Cocpus Chrisli Regional Transit Authority Capital Transportation Corporation (Baton Rouge) ShreYeport Area Transit System Jackson Transit System Capital Area Transit (ltaJei&b) Amarillo Transit System Chith-Area Transit Autbority (SaY&IIDah) (KTRANS) Mobile Transit Authority Columbus Transit System (METRA) Monroe Transit System Asheville Transit Authority Beaumoor Municipal Transit System 203

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1 9 Motorbus Vehicle There is one Florida transit system (Smyrna Transit System SMTS) and sixty-four non -Fl orida transit systems which operate 1 motorbus vehicles in maximum service throughout the United States. Twenty non-Florida systems remain after eliminating those not located within the specified geographic area as previously ide.ntified. These twenty systems were further reviewed to establish which of these systems are most similar to SMTS Three major decision variables were used in this process including population density, vehicle miles of service, and average speed The ten non Florida systems that were closest to SMTS for a given variable were determined to be similar for that variable. Peers were selected from this group if a non-Florida system was determined to be similar to SMTS in two or more of the decision variables. Nine non Florida systems were eliminated in this process. A final review of the eleven remaining non-Florida transit systems was conducted in order to test for unreasonable data and/or extraordinary conditions that may exist for a given system. This process included a review of data used previously in the narrowing process as well as a consideration of some additional factors such as passenger trips route miles, and number of days s ervice is provided [f unreasonable data and/or extraordinary c o nditions were detected fo r a given system, that system was eliminated from the group. This final review resulted in each non Florida system being placed in one of two clas sifications: preferred peer, backup peer. Backup peers are selected as a precaution since there may be some problems in obtaining 1988 data on all systems selected as preferred peers. Florida systems, preferred peers, and backup peers for the 1 motorbus vehicle categol)' are indicated below This is followed by a list of the final peer group which was selected based on review and availability of data for the preferred and backup transit systems. 204 Florida Tran.slt Syste m Smyrrul Transit System (FL) Pr
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s.dwp'-t Alban y Trausit System Lake Owles Transit System Wichita FaDs Trausit System FIDal Peer Group S myrna Traosit Sy>tem Charlottesville-JAUNT Tuscaloosa Transit Authority Henderson Area Rapid Transit St. Bernard Parish City of San Angelo (ANTRAN) Albany Transit System Lalce Cbarles Tr..,_,it System 205