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Transit service performance analysis and monitoring process
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1 online resource (2 v.) : ill. ;
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University of South Florida -- Center for Urban Transportation Research
Metropolitan Dade County Transit Agency -- Service Planning and Schedules Division
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Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida
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Bus lines -- Evaluation -- Florida -- Miami   ( lcsh )
Bus lines -- Ridership -- Florida -- Miami   ( lcsh )
Local transit -- Evaluation -- Florida -- Miami   ( lcsh )
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prepared by Center for Urban Transportation Research, University of South Florida.
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"Prepared for Metro-Dade Transit Agency, Service Planning and Schedules Division."
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"August 1995."

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C01-00262
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TRANSIT SERVICE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND MONITORING PROCESS APPENDIX Prepared for: Metro-Dade Transit Agency Service Planning and Schedules Division Prepared by: Center for Urban Transportation Research University of South Florida August 1 995

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TRANSIT SERVICE PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND MONITORING PROCESS APPENDIX TABL E OF CONTENTS SECTION PAGE FOREWORD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I A. MOTA ROUTE II RUNNING TIME REPORT . . . . . . . . . . . 3 B. MDTA ROUTE 42 SERVICE E VAL UATION REPOR T . . . . . . . 49 C. SAMPLE REPORTS/FORMS FROM OTHER AGENCIES . . . . . . . 67 New York City T ransit Authority . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Dallas Area Rapid Transit Authority . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 3 Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Houston) . . . . . . . . . 81 Regional Transit District (Denver) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG) . . . . . . . . . 93 Chicago Transit Authority ......... ......... ... ............. 101 Milwaukee County Transit System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . I 09 Massachusetts Bay Transportatio n Authority (Boston) . . . . . . . . 119 Metropolitan Transit Development Board (San Diego) . . . . . . . . 127 Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Washington, D .C ) . . . 1 35 King County Metro (Seattle) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 43 Toronto Transit Commission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Tri-County Metropolitan Transit District of Oregon (Portland) . . . . . 157 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority . . . . . . . . . . . 167 111

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FOREWORD The Center for Urban Transportation Research (CUTR) has been retained by the Metro-Dade Transit Agency (MOTA) to study its existing service performance analysis and monitoring process, specifically the collection and usage of route-level ridership data in MOTA's Service Planning and Scheduling Division (SPSD), part of the Customer Services Department. The purposes of this study are to identify the processes currently used to collect, analyze, and use ridership and schedule-related data at MOTA; to survey operations planning departments at other major trans i t agencies regarding the "state of the art" for these processes; and to recommend improvements in all phases of performance analysis and monitoring. The primary focus of the study is the Metrobus system, since a large portion of the data collection and analysis activities is related to the bus routes, but Metrorail and Metromover also receive attention. Recommendations arc constrained by the recognition that funding is not readily available within MDT A for staff additions or program expansion. This supp l ementary appe ndi x is one of two separate l y-bound documents prepared as part of th is effort. In add itio n to this appendix, a report detailing the study and its results and recommendations was also prepared. CUTR would like to thank MOTA and each of the survey ed transit systems for their cooperation and assistance in the successful co m p le tion of this study. Center for Urban TransportaJion Research College of University of South Florida 4202 E. Fowler Ave., ENB 118 Tampa, FL 33620-5350 ( 813) 974-3120./ax (813) 974 -5 168 Gary L. Brosch. Director Project Director: Daniel K. Boyle Project Staff: Victoria A. Perk Appx 1

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A. MDTA ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME REPORT Appx

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> '0 1 3:00 6:00 ACT SCR 6:00 7 :00 ACT SCR 7:00 8:00 ACT SCR 8 :00 9:00 ACT SCR 9:00 10:00 ACT SCR 10:00 11:00 ACT SCR 11:00 12:00 ACT SCR 12:00 15:00 ACT SCR 15:00 18:00 ACT SCR 18:00 19:00 ACT SCI PAT TIME 59 58 66 6 4 84 79 93 91 96 88 72 73 83 82 79 77 77 77 74 71 NOTB: SCIIl!DilLK TDIK IR DOW FlU MAIN . . . . . ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY PIU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound (EB21 l12A FLAG FLAG 79AV FLAG 42AV 27AV FLAG 9 1 0 11 5 1 1 0 12 6 9 11 13 8 1 0 11 12 7 11 14 17 12 13 13 14 9 13 13 20 10 15 15 16 9 14 15 17 9 12 13 16 8 10 13 15 7 10 1l 15 8 11 12 15 6 10 13 15 8 10 13 15 8 10 12 15 8 13 13 14 8 11 12 16 9 12 14 16 7 10 12 15 8 17AV SlST 5 ( 6 5 5 5 6 5 7 5 7 5 8 5 6 5 6 6 5 6 SW1CT AV 9 9 10 10 9 9 16 1 6 13 13 11 11 12 12 10 10 9 9 8 8 GOVT CNTR 10 10 9 9 16 1 6 15 1 5 21 2 1 11 11 19 19 17 17 14 14 12 1 2

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ROUTE 11 RONNING TIME SUI1MI\RY Eastbound 3:00 to 6:00 Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R.Time 8 FIU MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 10 w FLAGLER/42 AVE 11 w FLAGLER/27 AVE 5 SW 1 ST/ 1 7 AVE 5 1 ST/1 CT 9 GOVERNMENT CENTER 10 Appx-7

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Page 1 Route 11: FlU TO C80 VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbou nd R unning Time Data 3:00 6:00 T I M E Arr. Lv. R Time D. Time Dat e FlU -MAIN 5 :22 5 :26 4 112394 FLAGLER/112 AVE 5 :34 5 : 34 8 0 112394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 5 :43 5 :4 3 9 0 112394 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 5 :55 5 :55 12 0 112394 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 5 :59 6 : 0 4 1 112394 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 6 :5 6 :5 6 0 1 1 2394 SW 1 ST/1 CT 6 :15 6 :16 10 1 112394 GOVERNMENT CENTER 6 :26 . 11 112394 60 FIU -MAIN 5 :32 5 :32 0 112294 FLAGLER/112 AVE 5 :42 5 :4 3 10 1 112294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 5 :53 5 :53 11 0 112294 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 :6 6 : 7 13 1 112294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :11 6 :11 5 0 112294 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 6 :16 6 :17 5 1 112294 SW 1 ST/1 CT 6 :26 6 :27 10 1 112294 GOVERNMENT CENTER 6 :36 1 0 112294 . 64 FlU -MAIN 4 :59 5 :4 5 92 1 94 FLAGLER/112 AVE 5 :12 5 :12 8 0 92 194 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 5 :21 5 :21 9 0 92194 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 5 :33 5 :33 12 0 92194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 5 :37 5 : 31 4 0 92194 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 5 :41 5 : 41 4 0 92194 SW 1 ST /1 CT 5 : 4 9 5 :49 8 0 92194 GOVERNMENT CENTER 5 :57 . 8 921 94 53 FlU -MAIN 5 :31 5 :45 8 80894 FLAGLER/112 AVE 5 :51 5 :57 1 2 0 80894 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 6 :10 6 :10 13 0 80894 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 :20 6 :20 10 0 80894 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :25 6 :25 5 0 80894 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 6 :30 6 :31 5 1 80894 SW 1 ST/1 CT 6 :38 6 :38 8 0 80894 GOVERNMENT CENTER 6 :49 11 80894 . 64 Appx-8

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F l U MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE W FLAGLER/79 AVE W FLAGLER/42 AVE W FLAGLER/27 AVE SW 1 ST /17 AVE 5'11 1 CT Route 11: FlU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER Eastbound Runn i n q T ime Data 3:00 6:00 T I M E Arr. Lv. R.Time D.Time Date 4 :42 4 :44 2 102793 4 :51 4 :51 7 0 102793 5 : l 5 :l 10 0 102793 5 :11 5 :12 10 1 102793 5 : 17 5 :18 6 1 102793 5 :20 5 :22 3 2 102793 5 :28 5 :28 8 0 102793 GOVERNMENT CENTER 5 :37 9 102793 . 53 Page 2 Appx

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Appx-10 ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 6:00 to 7:00 Avq. L 0 C A T 1 0 N R. Tilile 9 FlU -MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 w FLAGLER/19 AV 11 W FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 13 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 sw 1 ST/17 AVE 6 s 1 ST/1 CT 10 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9

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Page 1 Route 11: FlU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 6:00 7:00 T I M E Arr. Lv. R.Time D. Time Date FIU -M.IUH 6 :16 6 :29 13 91393 FLAGLER/112 AVE 6 :38 6 :38 9 0 91393 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 6 :49 6 :49 11 0 91393 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 7 : 1 7 :1 12 0 91393 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 1 :9 7 :9 8 0 91393 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 7 :15 1 :15 6 0 91393 SW 1 ST/1 CT 7 :23 1 :24 8 1 91393 GOVERNMENT CENTER 7 :34 11 91393 . 65 FIU -MAIN 6 : 16 6 :16 0 102193 FLAGLER/112 AVE 6 :25 6 :25 9 0 102193 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 6 :36 6 :36 ll 0 1 0.2193 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 :49 6 : 4 9 13 0 102193 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :57 6 :57 9 0 102193 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 7 :3 7 :3 6 0 1 02193 SW 1 ST/1 CT 7 :H 7 :15 ll 1 102193 GOVERNMENT CENTER 7 :20 6 102193 64 Appx-11

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Appx-12 ROUTE ll RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 1:00am 8:00am Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R T ime 12 FIU HAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE ll w FLAGLER/19 AVE l4 w FLAG L ER/42 AVE n w FLAGLER/27 AVE 12 SW l ST/1 7 AVE 5 SW l ST/1 CT 9 GOVERNMENT CENTER 1 6 :

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. Page 1 Route 11: FlO TO CBO VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Ttme Data 7:00am-8:00am "I' I M & Arr. LV. R Time O .T ime FlU MAIN 1 : 36 1 : 37 1 11H94 FLAGLER/ 112 AVE 1 : 4 8 1 : C9 11 1 111494 W FLI\GLER/79 AVE 8 :5 8 :5 11 0 11U94 W FLAGLSR/42 AVE 8 :22 8 : 22 17 0 111494 W FLI\GLER/27 AVE 8 :37 8 :37 15 0 111494 SW 1 ST/11 AVE 8 :41 8 :41 4 0 1114 94 SW 1 ST/1 CT 8 :47 8 :48 6 1 111494 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9 :2 . 15 111494 85 FIU MAIN 1 :26 1 :26 0 111494 FLAGLER/112 AVE 1 :38 1 :38 12 0 111494 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 1 :53 1 :54 15 1 111494 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 8 :13 8 :14 20 1 111494 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 :27 8 :27 14 0 111494 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 8 :33 8 :34 6 1 111494 SW 1 ST/ 1 CT 8 :44 8 :4 5 ll 1 111494 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9 : 1 17 111494 . ---95 FlU MAIN 7 :31 1 :32 1 111594 FLAGLER/112 AVE 7 :43 7 : 4 3 11 0 111594 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 1 :54 1 :51 11 -3 111594 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 8 : 9 8 : 9 1 5 0 111 594 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 :17 8 :17 6 0 11 1 594 SW 1 ST/11 AVE 8 :23 6 :23 6 0 111594 SW 1 ST/1 CT 8 : 33 8 : 34 10 1 111594 GOVERNiiENT CENTER 8 :SO . 11 111594 16 Appx-13

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Appx-14 ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 8:00am 9:00am Avg. LOCATION R.Time 13 flU MAIN fLAGLER/112 AVE 13 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 13 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 20 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 10 SW 1 ST I! 7 AVE 6 SW1ST/1CT 16 GOVERNMENT CENTER 15

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Page l Route 11: FIU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 8:00am 9:00am T I M E Arr. Lv. R.Time D Time Date FIU MAIN B :5 8 :26 21 112394 FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 :39 8 :39 13 0 11239 4 W FLAGLER/79 AVE B :52 B :52 13 0 112394 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 9 :H 9 :14 22 0 112394 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 9 :24 9 :24 10 0 112394 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 9 :29 9 :31 5 2 112394 SW 1 ST/1 CT 9 .:47 9 :48 18 1 112394 GOVERNMENT CENTER 10:1 14 112394 . ---95 FIU MAIN 8 :14 8 :29 15 112194 FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 :45 8 :45 16 0 112194 W FLAGLER/7 9 AVE 8 :59 B :59 14 0 112 194 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 9 :17 9 :17 1 8 0 112194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 9 :26 9 :26 9 0 112194 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 9 :33 9 :33 7 0 112194 SW 1 ST/1 CT 9 :52 9 :53 19 1 112194 GOVERNMENT CENTER 10:8 16 11219 4 ---99 FlU MAIN 7 :52 8 :6 14 81994 FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 :11 8 :17 11 0 81994 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 8 :30 8 :31 13 1 8199 4 FLAGLER/4 2 AVE 8 :49 8 :SO 19 1 8199 4 W FLAGLER/27 AVE B :59 8 :59 10 0 81994 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 9 : 4 9 :5 5 1 81994 SW 1 ST/1 CT 9 :14 9 :14 10 0 81994 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9 :29 15 81994 63 Appx-I S

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Appx-16 ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 9:00am 10:00am Avg. LOCATION R.Time FlU MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE l4 II fLAGLER/7 9 AVE 15 II FLAGLER/42 AVE 17 II FLAGLER/27 AVE 9 sw l ST/17 AVE 7 SW 1 ST/1 CT 13 CENTER 21

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Page 1 11: FIO TO CBO VIA FIAGU: R STREET Eastbound Runnin g Time Data 9:00am 10:008111 T I M E &r. Lv R .Time O.Time Date F lU MAI N 9 :17 9 :21 4 11 2394 FLAGL ER/1 1 2 AVE 9 :43 9 :44 22 1 112394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 9 :57 9 :57 l4 0 112394 W FLAG L ER/4 2 AVE 10:14 1 0 :14 17 0 11239 4 W FLAGLER / 2 7 AVE 10:22 10:22 8 0 112394 SW 1 S T / 17 AVE 10:30 10:31 8 1 112394 S W 1 ST/l CT 10:43 10:44 1 3 1 112394 GOVERNME N T C ENTER 11:0 17 112 3 9 4 99 FIO MAIN 9 :21 9 :34 l3 112294 FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 :H 9 :44 10 0 11 2294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 9 :59 9 : 59 15 0 11 22 9 4 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 10:16 10:16 17 0 112 294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 10:25 10 : 27 9 2 112 2 9 4 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 10:31 10:32 6 1 11 2 294 SW 1 ST/1 CT 10:43 10:45 12 2 112294 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:4 .. 21 112294 90 FlU MAIN 9 :48 9 :59 ll 3289 4 FLAGLER/ 1 1 2 AVE 10:8 10:9 9 1 32 894 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 10:24 10:24 1 6 0 32 894 W FLAGLER/4 2 AVE 10:40 1 0 :41 1 6 1 32894 W FLAGLER/2 7 AVE 1 0 : 5 0 1 0 :52 1 0 2 3 2 8 9 4 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 1 0 :57 1 0 : 59 7 2 32894 SW 1 S T/1 CT 11:10 11 : 12 1 3 2 32894 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11: 35 .. 25 32894 96 Appx1 7

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Appxl8 ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 10:00am 1 1 :00am Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R. Time ll FlU -MAIN FLAGLER/1 1 2 AVE 10 w FLAGL ER/79 AVE 1 3 W FLAGLER/4 2 AVE 1 5 w FLAGLER/27 AVE 7 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 7 S W 1 ST/1 CT 1l GOVERNMENT CENTER ll

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Page 1 R oute 11: FIO TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 10:00am 1 1:00am T l ME Arr. Lv. R Time D Time Date F I O -MAIN 10:0 10:0 0 12194 FLAGLER/112 AVE 10:10 10:10 10 0 12194 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 10:24 10:25 14 1 12194 W FLAG LER/ 4 2 AVE 10:39 10:39 15 0 12194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 10:45 10:45 6 0 1219' SW 1 ST/17 AVE 10:50 10:50 5 0 1 2194 SW 1 ST/1 CT 11:0 11:1 1 0 1 12194 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:11 11 12194 . 71 FlU -MAIN 10:27 10:27 0 FLAGLER/ 112 AVE 10:38 10:38 11 0 111694 W FLAGL ER/79 AVE 10:50 10:50 12 0 1116 9 4 W FLAGL ER/42 AVE 11:6 11:6 16 0 1 11694 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 11:11 11: 14 5 3 1 11694 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 11 : 20 ll :20 9 0 111694 SW 1 ST/ 1 C T 11:29 11:30 9 1 111694 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:42 . 13 11 1 694 75 FlU -MAIN 10:14 10: 14 0 8 0 894 FLAGLER/112 AVE 10:22 1 0 : 22 8 0 80894 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 10:36 10:36 14 0 80894 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 10:50 10:50 14 0 80894 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 10:58 10:59 8 1 80894 SW 1 ST/1 7 AVE 11:6 11:7 8 1 80894 SW 1 ST/1 CT 11:17 11: 1 7 11 0 80894 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11 : 29 . . 12 80894 75 FIU -MAIN 10:36 i0:46 10 91393 FLAGLER/112 AVE 10:57 10:57 11 0 91393 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 11:8 11:8 11 0 91393 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 11 : 2 1 11:21 13 0 91393 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 11:29 11: 31 8 2 9 1 393 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 11:36 il: 36 7 0 91393 SW 1 S T/1 CT 11:50 11:50 14 0 91393 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:59 .. 9 9 1393 73 Appx-1 9

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Appx-20 ROUTE 1 1 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 11:00am 12:00 noo n LOCATION FlU MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE W FLAGLER/79 AVE w FLAGLER/42 AVE w FLAGLER/27 AVE sw 1 ST/17 AVE SW 1 ST/1 CT GOVERNMENT CENTER Avg. R Time 12 11 12 1 5 6 8 12 19

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CIO HAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE W FLAGLER/7 9 AVE W FLAGLER/4 2 AVE W FLAGLER/27 AVE SW 1 ST/17 AVE SW 1 ST/1 CT Route 11: FI O TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 11:00am 12:00 noon T I M E Ar:r. Lv. R.Time D. Time Date ll:l4 ll :23 9 121394 11:34 11:3 4 11 0 121394 11:46 11:46 12 0 121394 12:1 12:1 15 0 121394 12 :7 12:8 6 1 121394 12:15 12:16 8 1 121394 12:27 12:31 12 4 121394 GOVERNMENT CENTER 12:46 . 19 121394 83 Page 1 App x -2 1

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Appx 22 ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 12:00 to 15:00 L 0 C A T I 0 H Avq. R.Time 11 FlO t'.AIN FLAGLER/112 AVE 10 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 13 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 15 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 SW I ST/17 AVE 6 SW l ST/1 CT 10 GOVERNMENT CENTER I 1

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Page 1 Route 11: F IU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 12:00 15:0 0 T I M E Arr. LV. R.Tim e D. Time Date FIU MAI N 13:49 14:4 15 1 21394 FLAGLER/112 AVE 14:13 14:13 9 0 1 21394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 14:27 14:27 14 0 1 21394 FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 14:41 14:41 14 0 1 21394 FLAGLER/27 AVE 14:48 1 4:49 7 1 121394 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 14 : 54 14:54 6 0 121394 SW 1 ST/1 CT 15:3 15:4 9 1 121394 GOVERNM&NT CENTER 15:21 . 1 8 12 1394 77 FIU MAIN 11:4 9 12:13 24 11 1494 FLAGLER/112 AVE 12:23 12:23 10 0 11 1 49 4 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 12:36 12:36 13 0 1 11 494 W FLAGLER/ 42 AVE 12:49 12:49 1 3 0 111494 W FLAGLER/27 AVe; 12:55 12:55 6 0 1114 94 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 13:2 13:2 7 0 11 1494 SN 1 ST/1 CT 13:11 13:12 9 1 !11494 GOVERffi1ENT CENTER 13:30 .. 19 11 14 94 77 FIU -MAIN 13:14 13:14 0 1 21 94 FLAGLER/112 AVE 13:25 13:25 11 0 12194 N FLAGLER/79 AVE 13:39 13:39 14 0 12194 FLAGLER/ 42 AVE 13:53 13:57 14 4 12194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 14:2 14:2 9 0 12194 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 14:7 14:7 5 0 12 194 SW 1 ST/1 CT 14:21 14:22 1 4 1 12194 GOVERm1ENT CE:NTER 14:31 . 1 0 12194 77 F I U MAI N 12:5 12:26 21 111 494 FLAGLER/112 AVE 12:36 12:36 10 0 1114 94 N FLAGLER/79 AVE 12:51 12:51 15 0 111494 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 13:9 13:9 18 0 1 114 94 FLAGLER/27 AVE 13:16 13:17 7 1 1114 94 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 13:23 13:24 7 1 111494 1 ST/1 CT 13:32 13:33 9 1 111494 GOVERNMENT CENTER 13:49 . . 17 11 1 494 83 Appx-23

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Route 11: FlU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER S TREET Eastbound Running Time Data 12:00 15:00 T I M E Arr. Lv. R Time D. Time Dat e FIU -MAI N 11:44 12:13 29 111694 FLAGLER/112 AVE 12:23 12:23 1 0 0 111694 N FLAGLER/79 AVE 12:33 12:33 1 0 0 111694 N FLAGLER/42 AVE 12 : 47 12:48 14 1 111694 N FLAGLER/27 AVE 12:54 12:55 7 1 1 11694 1 ST/1J AVE 1 2:59 13:0 5 1 111694 SW 1 ST/1 CT 13 : 8 13: 9 9 1 111694 GOVERNt 1ENT CENTER 13:2 5 . 17 111694 72 FlU -MAI N 14:52 14:53 1 92194 FLAGLER/112 AVE 1 5 : 2 15 : 2 9 0 92 1 94 FLAGLER/79 AVE 15:1 4 15:14 12 0 92194 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 15:30 15:31 1 6 1 92194 f"LAGLER/27 AVE 15:39 15:40 9 1 92194 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 15:45 1 5 : 45 6 0 921 9 4 1 ST/1 CT 15:5 4 15:56 9 2 9 21 9 4 GOVERNMENT CENTER 16:13 . 19 92 194 eo Appx-24 Paqe 2

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ROUT& 11 RUNNI N G TIME SUMMARY Eastbound 15:00 18:00 Avg. LOCATION R. Ti. me ll FlU MAIN FLAGLER/11 2 AVE 13 li FLAGLER/79 AV& 13 li FLAGLER/42 AVE 14 li FLl\GLER/27 AV& 8 SW l ST/17 AVE 6 SW 1 ST/1 CT 9 GOVERNMENT CENTER 14 Appx -25

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Page 1 11: FlO TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running Time Data 15:00 18:0oa .. 'I' I HE Arr. Lv. R .T1me O.Time Date FlU HAIN 16:32 16:32 0 121394 FLAGLER/112 AVE 16:43 16:43 11 0 12139 4 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 16:55 16:55 12 0 121394 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 17:7 17:8 12 1 1213 94 W FlJ\GLER/27 AVE 17:14 17:14 7 0 121394 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 17:20 11:20 6 0 121394 SW 1 ST/1 CT 17:28 17:28 8 0 121394 GOVERNMENT CENTER 17:43 .. 15 121394 71 FlU HAIN 15:32 15:35 3 112294 FLAGLER/112 AVE 15:49 15:49 14 0 112294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 16:4 16:4 15 0 112294 W FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 16:16 16:16 12 0 112294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 16:24 16:24 8 0 112294 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 16:30 16:30 6 0 112294 SW 1 ST/1 C 'l' 16:38 16:38 8 0 112294 GOVERNMENT CENTER 16:51 13 112294 76 FlU HAIN 15:50 15:50 0 112394 FLAGLER/112 AVE 16:1 16:1 11 0 112394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 16:13 16:13 12 0 112394 W FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 16:27 16:28 14 1 11 2394 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 16:35 16:35 8 0 112394 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 16:40 16 :4 0 5 0 112394 SW1ST/lCT 16:49 16:50 9 1 112394 GOVERNMENT CENTER 17:4 . 1 5 112394 H FlU -HAIN 17:31 11:42 11 62794 FLAGLER/112 AVE 17:56 11:56 H 0 62194 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 18 : 1 0 18:10 14 0 62794 w FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 18 : 29 18:30 19 1 62794 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 18:37 18:37 8 0 62194 Sll 1 ST/17 AVE 18:42 18:42 5 0 62794 Sll 1 ST/1 CT 1 8:52 18:53 10 1 62794 GOVERNMENT CENTER 19:5 13 62794 83 Appx

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ROOTE ll RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Eastboun d 18:00 -19:00 Avq. L 0 C A T I 0 N R.Time 11 F I U -l1AI N FLAGLER/112 AVE 1 2 W FLAGLE R/79 AVE 14 w FLAGLER/42 AVE "' 16 w FLAGLER/27 AVE 7 SW 1 ST/17 AVE 5 1 ST/1 CT 8 GOVERNMENT CENTER 12 Appx -27

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FlU MAIN FLAGLER/112 AVE W FLAGLER/79 AVE W FLAGLER/42 AVE W FLAGLE R/27 AVE SW 1 ST/17 AVE SW 1 ST/1 CT Route 11: FIU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Eastbound Running T ime Data 18:00 19:00 T I M E IU:r. LV. R Time D. Time Date 18:36 18:36 0 112294 18:48 18:49 12 1 112294 19:2 19:3 14 1 112294 19:18 19:18 16 0 112294 19:25 19: 25 7 0 112294 19:30 19:30 s 0 112294 19:38 19:38 a 0 112294 GOVERNMENT CENTER 19:50 . 1 2 112294 74 Appx-28 Page 1

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! ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY F I U TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET bo und (liB2) PAT GOVT 17AV 27AV FLAG FLAG 112A FIU TIME CNTR FLAG FLAG 42AV 79AV FLAG MAIN 3 :00 6:00 ACT 59 9 5 6 17 11 11 SCB 4 0 8 3 6 9 7 7 6:00 7:00 ACT 53 9 4 5 15 11 9 SCII 49 10 ( 7 11 9 8 7:00 8 :00 ACT 68 10 6 8 14 1 5 15 SCB 61 11 5 9 13 12 11 8:00 9:00 ACT SCB 58 10 6 4 11 5 6 14 13 10 5 9 15 1 2 12 9:00 10:00 ACT 58 10 6 7 14 11 10 SCII 60 11 5 8 14 11 11 10:00 -11:00 ACT 58 10 6 7 14 11 1 0 SCB 59 11 5 8 14 11 10 11:00 12:00 ACT 58 10 6 7 14 11 10 SCII 59 11 5 8 14 11 1 0 12:00 15:00 ACT 65 11 5 8 18 12 11 SCII 62 12 6 8 15 11 10 15:00 -18:00 ACT 73 11 6 11 20 14 11 SCB 70 13 6 9 16 15 11 19:00 21:00 ACT 63 9 5 9 15 12 13 SCII 64 11 5 9 16 13 10 NOTE: SCIII!IXIl.K T illE IN BOLD

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ROUT 11 RUNNING TIM SUMMARY Westbound 3:00am to 6:00am Avg. LOCATION R.Time 10 GOVERNMENT CENTER II FLAGLER/17 AVE 9 II FLAGLER/27 AVE. s w FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 w FLAGLER/79 AVE 17 w FLAGLER/112 AVE 11 FlU MAIN 11 Appx-31

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11 : F lU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time 3:00 6:00am T I M E Arr. Lv. R. T ime D. Tim e Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 5 : 52 5 : 52 0 112 1 9 4 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 6 : 1 6 : 2 9 1 112194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :6 6 : 6 5 0 1121 94 W FLAGLER/4 2 AVE 6 :12 6 : 14 6 2 112 1 94 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 6 : 29 6 : 30 17 l 11 2 1 94 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 6 :40 6 :40 11 0 11 2 1 94 FlU MAI N 06:51 ll 16 112194 59 App x-32 P age 1

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ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Westbound 6:00am to 7:00am Avq. LOCATION R. Time 9 GOVERNMENT CENTER W FLAGLER/11 AVE 9 W rLAGLE:R/21 AVE 4 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 5 W FLAGLER/19 AVE 15 W FLAGLER/112 AVE ll FIU MAIN 9 Appx

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Route 11: FlU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time Data 6:00 7:00am T I M E Air. Lv. R.Time D. Time Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 6 :31 6 :32 1 111494 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 6 :40 6 :40 8 0 111494 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :44 6 :44 4 0 1114 94 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 :49 06:50 5 1 111494 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 7 : 4 7 :4 15 0 111494 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 7 :15 7 :15 11 0 111494 FIU MAIN 7 :26 . 11 111494 54 GOVERNMENT CENTER 6 :19 6 :29 10 111694 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 6 :38 6 :38 9 0 111694 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 :42 6 :4 3 4 1 111694 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 :47 6 :48 5 1 111694 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 1 : 1 1 : 1 14 0 111694 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 1 :11 1 :11 10 0 111694 FIU MAIN 1 :18 1 111 694 49 Appx-34

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ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIME SIJMMAR't westboun d 7:00am to 8:00am L O C ATION GOVERNMENT CENTER Avq. R Time 11 W FLAGLEI\ / 17 AVE 1 0 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 8 W FLAGLER/7 9 AVE 14 W FLAG LER/112 AVE 15 F l U -MAIN 1 5 Appx-3S

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Pag e 1 Rout e 11 : FIU 'lQ CBD VIA FLAGLER STRET Westbound Running Time Data 7 : 00 8:00am T I ME Arr. Lv R. Time D. Time Date GOVERNMEN T CENTE R 7 :0 7 : 1 1 112394 W FLAGLE R/1 7 A V E 7 :10 7 :11 9 1 112394 W FLAGLER/2 7 AVE 7 :16 7 :17 6 1 112394 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 7 :24 7 :24 8 0 112394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 7 :39 7 :39 1 5 0 112394 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 7 :51 7 :51 12 0 112394 F l U MAI N 8 :5 14 112394 64 GOVERNMEN T CENTER 7 :6 7 : 6 0 112194 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 7 :16 7 :17 10 1 1121 9 4 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 7 :21 7 : 21 5 0 112194 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 7 :29 1 :30 8 1 112194 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 7 : 42 7 :43 13 1 112194 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 : 0 8 :0 18 0 112194 FlU MAIN 8 : U .. 14 112194 68 GOVERNMENT CENTER 7 : 3 7 7 :39 2 92 194 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 7 :52 7 : 53 13 1 92194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 7 : 59 7 :59 7 0 92194 W FLAGLER/42 A V E 8 : 6 8 : 7 7 1 92194 W FLAGLER / 79 AVE 8 :20 8 :20 1 4 0 92194 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 :36 8 : 37 16 1 92194 F lU MAIN 8 :52 . 16 92194 73 GOVERNMEN T CENTER 7 : 1 6 7 : 1 8 2 1 02793 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 1 :27 7 :29 9 2 1 0279 3 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 1 :33 7 : 33 6 0 102793 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 7 :Cl 7 :42 8 1 102793 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 7 : 5 4 7 :54 13 0 102793 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 8 :7 8 :7 13 0 102793 FlO MAIN 8 :22 .. 15 102793 ---6 4 A p px-36

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ROUTE 11 .RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Westbound 8:00am to 9:00am Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R.Time 10 GOVERNMENT CENTER w FLAGLER/17 AVE 10 w FLAGLER127 AVE 5 w FLAGLER/42 AVE 6 w FLAGLER/ 79 AVE 14 FLAGLER/112 AVE 13 F I O MAI N 1 0 Appx

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Page 1 Route 11: FlU TO CBD FLAGLER STR&ET Westbound Running Time Data 8:00 9:00u T I HE Arro Lvo RoTime D.Time Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 8 :18 8 :18 0 112394 W FLAG L ER/17 8 :28 8 :28 10 0 112394 W FLAGLER/27 8 :32 8 :33 4 1 112394 W FLAGLER/42 8 :39 8 :39 7 0 112394 W FLAGLE:R/79 8 :53 8 :53 14 0 11239 4 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 : 7 9 : 7 14 0 112394 FlU -MI\IN 9 :17 .. 10 112394 59 GOVERNMENT CENTER 8 :24 8 :25 1 112294 W FLAGLER/17 8 : 34 8 :34 9 0 112294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 :39 8 :39 5 0 112294 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 8 :43 8 :43 4 0 112294 W FLAGLER/79 8 :56 8 :57 13 1 112294 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 :11 9 :11 15 0 112294 FlU -Ml\11'1 9 :21 .. 10 112294 56 GOVERNMENT CENTER 8 : 43 8 :H 1 80894 W F LAGLER/17 AVE 8 :54 8 :54 10 0 80894 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 8 :59 8 :59 5 0 80894 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 9 : 5 9 : 5 6 0 80894 II FLAGLER/79 9 : 1 9 9 :19 1 4 0 80894 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 :29 9 :29 10 0 80894 FlU -MI\IN 9 :40 0 0 11 80894 56 Appx-38

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ROUTE 11 RUNNING TIHE SUMMARY Westbound 9: 00 t:o 12: 00 LOCATION Avq. R.TiiJie 10 GOVERNMENT CENTER W FLAGLER/17 AVE 10 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 6 w FLAGLER/42 AVE 7 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 14 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 11 FIU -MAIN 10 Appx

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Paq e l Route 11: FIO TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time Data 9:00 12:00 T I M E 1\rr. Lv. R. Time D. Time Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 10:52 10:52 0 111494 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 11:0 ll: 6 8 6 111 494 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 11:10 1 1 :10 10 0 111494 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 11: 14 11:15 4 1 111494 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 11:29 11:29 1 5 0 111494 W FLAGLER/112 AVE ll: 38 11:39 9 1 111494 FIO MAI N 11:48 10 1114 94 56 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:7 11:7 0 111494 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 11:18 11:18 11 0 111494 W FLAGLER/27 AVE ll :22 11:23 4 1 111 4 94 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 11:29 11:30 1 1 111 4 9 4 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 11:43 11:44 14 1 1114 9 4 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 11:57 11:57 1 4 0 1114 94 FIU MAIN 12:5 . e 1114 94 58 GOVERNMENT CENTER 10:53 10:53 0 111694 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 11:2 11:2 9 0 111694 W FLAGLER/2 7 AVE 11:1 11:7 5 0 111694 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 11:14 11:14 7 0 111 694 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 11:26 11:26 12 0 111 694 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 11:35 11:35 9 0 111694 FIU Hk!N 11:44 12:13 9 2 9 111694 51 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9 : 2 9 :2 0 111494 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 9 :5 9 : 9 3 4 111494 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 9 :14 9 :15 9 1 111494 W FLAGL E R/42 AVE 9 :19 9 : 1 9 5 0 111494 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 9 :34 9 :34 15 0 111494 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 9 :45 9 :45 ll c 111494 FIU MAIN 9 :58 . 13 11H94 56 A p px-40

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Route 11: FlU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time Data 9:00 12:00 T I M E AJ:ro Lvo R.Time D.Time Date GOVERNMENT C&NTER 9 :34 9 :34 0 91393 li FLAGLER/1 7 AVE 9 :48 9 :SO 14 2 91393 li FLAGLER/27 AVE 9 :54 9 :54 6 0 91393 li FLAGLER/42 AVE 10:2 10:2 8 0 91393 li FLAGLER/79 AVE 10:15 10:15 13 0 91393 II FLAGLER/112 AVE 10:25 10:25 10 0 91393 FlU -MAIN 10:36 0 11 91393 0 0 0 62 GOVERNMENT CENTER 11:50 11:53 3 102793 li FLAGLER/17 AVE 12:5 12:6 12 1 1027 93 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 12:10 12:10 5 0 102793 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 12:17 12:18 7 1 102793 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 12:32 12:32 15 0 1 02793 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 12:45 12:45 13 0 1 0279 3 FlU -HAIN 12:54 0 9 102793 6 1 GOVERNMENT CENTER 9 :39 9 :39 0 0 10 2 193 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 9 :55 9 :55 16 0 102193 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 10:0 10:2 5 2 102193 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 10:8 10:8 8 0 102193 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 10:24 10 :24 1 6 0 1 02 1 93 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 10:35 10:35 11 0 102193 FlU -MAIN lO:H 0 9 102193 65 Page 2 Appx-41

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Appx-42 ROUT 11 RUNNING TIME SUMMARY Westbou nd 12:00 to 15:00 Avg. L 0 C 1\ T I 0 N R.Time 11 GOVERNMENT CENTER W FLI\GLER/17 1\V 1 1 W FLI\GLF..R/27 AVE 5 W fLAGLER/4 2 1\VE 8 W FLI\GLER/79 AVE 18 W FLI\GLER/112 1\ V 12 FlU MAIN 11

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P a g e l Route ll: FIU TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREE T Westbound Runn.ing Time Dau 12:00 15:00 T I M E Arr. Lv R. T.ime o. T.ime Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 12:46 12:48 2 121394 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 12:59 12:59 11 0 121394 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 13: 5 13:6 6 1 121394 W FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 13:13 13:14 8 1 121394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 13:28 13:28 15 0 121394 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 13:40 13:4 1 12 1 121394 FIO MAIN 13:49 .. 9 121394 61 GOVERNMENT CENTER 13: 33 13:34 1 92194 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 13:41 1 3 :41 7 0 92194 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 13:45 13:46 4 1 92194 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 13:52 13:53 7 1 92194 W FLAGLER/7 9 AVE 14:9 14:9 17 0 92194 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 14 :21 14:21 12 0 92194 FlU MAIN 14:32 . 11 92 194 58 GOVERNMENT CENTER 14:19 14:20 1 41 994 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 14:33 1 4:33 1 3 0 41994 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 14:38 14:39 5 1 41994 W FLAGLE R/42 AVE 14:47 14:47 9 0 41994 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 15:7 15:7 20 0 41994 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 15:19 15:20 12 1 4 1994 FlU MAI N 15:30 11 4 1994 70 GOVERNMENT CENTER 12:13 12:13 0 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 12:25 12:25 12 0 6 2 894 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 12:29 12:30 4 1 628 9 4 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 12:36 1 2:36 7 0 6 2894 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 12:55 12:55 19 0 62894 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 13:8 13:9 13 1 62894 FIO MIUN 13:20 12 62894 . 67 Appx-43

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Appx-44 ROUTE 11 TIM SUMMARY IIese bound 15:00 t o 18 :00 Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R.Time 12 GOVERNMENT CENTER w FLAGLE R/17 AVE 11 W FLAGLER/ 27 AVE 6 W FLAGLER/42 AVE ll w FLAGLER/79 AVE 20 W FLAGLER/112 AVE H F IU I'.AIN ll

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Page 1 Route 11 : FID TO CBD VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time Dat a 15:00 18:00am T I 11 E Arr. L v. R.TJ.me D. Time GOVERNMENT CENTER 17:44 17:44 0 1 21294 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 17:56 17:57 1 2 1 1 21294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 18:2 18:4 6 2 12 1 294 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 18:15 18: l7 1 3 2 12 1 294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 18:33 18:33 18 0 121294 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 18:45 18:45 12 0 121294 FlU -MAIN 18:58 . 13 121294 74 GOVERNMENT CENTER 17:23 17 : 25 2 121294 W FLAGLR/17 AVE 17:33 17:34 8 1 121294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 17:39 17:39 6 0 121294 W FLAGL&R/42 AVE 17: 51 17:51 12 0 121294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 18 : 13 18:14 22 1 121294 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 18:27 18 : 27 14 0 121294 FlU MAIN 18:38 . 11 121294 73 GOVERNMENT CENTER 17:16 17:1 8 2 121394 W FLAGLER/17 AVE 17:28 17:28 1 0 0 121394 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 17:35 17:36 7 1 121394 N FLAGLER/4 2 AVE 17:43 17:43 8 0 121394 N FLAGLER/79 AVE 18 : 3 18:3 20 0 12139 4 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 18:18 18:18 15 0 12 1394 FlU MAIN 18:26 8 12 1394 . 68 GOVERNMENT CENTER 15: 2 1 15:22 1 121394 FLAGLER/17 AVE 15: 33 15:34 11 1 121394 N FLAGLER/27 AVE 15:39 15:40 6 1 121394 W FLAGLER/ 4 2 AVE 15:48 15:49 9 1 121394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 16: 8 16:8 20 0 121394 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 16:23 16:23 15 0 121394 FlU -MAIN 16:34 . 11 121394 72 Appx-4.5

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Route 11: FlU TO CBO VIA FLI\GLER STREE7 Westbound Runninq Time Data 15:00 18:00aro T I M E Arr. Lv. R.Time O.Time Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 16:40 16:40 0 12194 W FLl\GLER/11 AVE 16:54 16:54 14 0 1 2194 W FLl\GLER/21 AVE l1: 1 11: 1 1 0 12194 W FLl\GLER/42 AVE 11:13 11:13 12 0 12194 W FLl\GLER/19 AVE 11:34 11:34 21 0 1219 4 W FLl\GLER/112 AVE 17:51 17:51 n 0 12194 FlU -MAIN 18:2 . ll 121 94 82 GOVERNMENT CENTER 16:58 16:59 1 112294 W FLI\GLER/11 AV 11:9 11:9 10 0 112294 W FLl\GLER/21 AVE 11:15 11:16 6 1 112294 W FLl\GLER/ 42 AVE l1: 2 1 l1: 21 12 0 112294 W FLl\GLER/19 AVE 11:41 11:47 2 0 0 112294 W FLAGLER/ 112 AV 18:4 18:4 17 0 112294 FlU -MAIN 18:16 . 12 112294 n GOVERNMENT CENTER l1: 36 l1: 38 2 121394 W FLl\GLER/1 1 AVE l1: 49 11:49 1 1 0 121394 W FLl\ GLER/27 AVE 11:55 11:56 6 l 121394 H FLl\GLER/42 AVE 18:9 18:9 14 0 121394 H FLl\GLER/1 9 AVE 18:30 18:30 21 0 121394 W FLl\GLER/112 AVE 18:40 18:40 10 0 121394 FlU -MAIN 18:51 19:8 ll 11 121394 73 Appx-46 Page 2

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ROUTE 11 RUNNING TlHE SUMMARY llest.bound 19:00 to 21:00 Avg. L 0 C A T I 0 N R.Time ll GOVEI\NMENT CENTER II FLAGLER/17 AVE 9 II FLAGLER/27 AVE .,. 5 II FLAGLER/ 4 2 AV& 9 II FLAGLER/79 AVE 15 II FLAGLER/112 AVE .. 12 FlO MAlN 13 Appx-47

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Page 1 Route 11: FIU T O CBO VIA FLAGLER STREET Westbound Running Time Data 19:00 2 1:00 T I M E Arr. Lv. R.Time D. T ime Date GOVERNMENT CENTER 19:4 19:4 0 1122 9 4 W FLAGLER/1 7 AVE 19:12 19:1 2 8 0 112294 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 19:17 19:17 5 0 112294 W FLAGLER/42 AVE 19 : 27 19: 27 10 0 112294 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 19:40 19:40 13 0 112294 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 19: 52 19:52 12 0 112294 FIU MAIN 20:2 10 112294 . 58 GOVERNMENT CENTER 19:5 19:8 3 112394 W FLAGLER / 1 7 AVE 19:18 19:1 8 10 0 112 3 94 W FLAGLER/27 AVE 19:24 19:24 6 0 112394 W fLAGLER/42 AVE 1 9 : 35 19:3 5 11 0 112394 W FLAGLER/79 AVE 19:50 1 9 : 50 15 0 11 2 394 W FLAGLER/112 AVE 2 0:3 20: 3 1 3 0 112394 f i U MAIN "' 2 0:21 . l B 1123 9 4 73 GOVERNMENT CENTE R 19:0 19:0 0 112194 w FLAG LER/ 1 7 AVE 1 9 : 9 19: 1 0 9 l 112 1 94 w FLAGLER/27 AVE 19:14 19:15 s 1 112 1 94 w FLAGLER/42 AVE 19:21 19:23 7 2 11 2 1 94 w FLAGLER/19 AVE 19:37 19:37 16 0 1!2194 W FLAGLER/11 2 AVE ... 19:48 19:48 1 1 0 112194 E"IU MAI N 19:5S . 1 0 1121 9 4 . ----Appx-48

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B. MDTA ROUTE 42 SERVICE EVALUATION REPORT Appx-49

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ROUTE 4Z PERFORMANCE EVALUATION endabllity SERVICE PLANNING AND SCHEDULING MAY 1993 AppxSI

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OPA-LOCKA NW LAYOVER ON ASHERMAN NEAR ..... BLVD IN PAVED BUS BAY H I ALEAH N O RTH AppxS2 MIAM I SPRINGS AIRPORT TERM INAL Le-tol St Route 42 DEST INATION SIGN NORTH OPA-LOCKA OOEF SOUTH COCONUT GROVE OOEB SOUTH DOUGLAS RO OOEO (SHORT TURN) OUT OF SERVICE 0206 CORAL GABLES CORAL GAlLES IU. S TIRMI NAL EFFECTIVE: Jan. 6, 1991

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Introduction Executive Summary CONTENTS Page Description and Background . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Route. Characteristics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . l Land Use and Market Area ...... .... ................. .... 1 Performance Ana lysis Productivity .................. .... . . . ...... ..... .... 2 Recovery R a tio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Net cost per Boarding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Boardings per Revenue Hour ... ...... ................ 4 Loading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 On-Time Performance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Passenger Research Trip Patterns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Riders' Concerns . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Recommendations for Improvements 0 9,11 Table of Exhibits Exh ibit s 1 Weekday Direct Operating Recovery Ratio ... . .......... 3 2 Weekday Net Cost per Boarding ......................... 5 3 Weekday Boardings per Revenue Hour .............. ...... 6 4 Average Weekday Ridership .... ............. ............ 7 5 Average Weekday Passenger Loads ............ ...... ..... 8 6 Weekday Running Tim e Report ....................... ... 10 Appx-53

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INTRODUCTION ROUTE 42 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION This report summarizes the results of the Route 42 performance evaluation study. It is part of the Service Planning and Scheduling continuing program designed to examine the productivity of all routes in the Metrobus system. The recommendations for service change actions should be implemented in future line-ups as financial resources become available. Performance evaluation is an important part of Service Planning and Scheduling. Based on the results of analysis of data collected in a cost-effective manner, it enables Metro-Dade Transit Agency to use transportation resources more efficiently by providing service where it is needed. The overall process of transit system performance evaluation includes: formulation of objectives; setting of criteria and performance objectivesi monitoring and evaluation of current service; and the determination of how to accomplish needed service changes. 11DTA's objectives for Metrobus are formulated in its Mission's Statement. They are: "To meet the mobility needs of our customers for high quality transit services which take them where and when they want to go, consistent with prudent business practices". Performance objectives and criteria are outlined in t h e Metrobus Service Guidelines currently used by Service Planning and Scheduling to monitor existing Metrobus service. Evaluation of current service, and the determination of how to accomplish needed service changes are the focus of this report. The techniques used evaluate the route's actual level of performance, identify specific service change actions required to improve productivity and outline how to accomplish these changes. Appx-54

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ROUTE 42 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION EXECUTIVE SUJ.I'.HARY ProductJ.vity: Route 42 ranks in the bottom third of all Hetrobus regularly scheduled local routes. It is underutilized based on operating data reported in the March, 1993 Ridership Technical Report prepared by MOTA Management and Information Services. The number o f weekday hoardings per revenue hour for Route 42 is 24 compared to 35 for the system. The net cost per boarding is $1.25, while system wide average cost is $0.64. The minimum guideline value is $1.73 (2.7 times the system average). The number of hoardings per revenue mile, a measure of the route's level of utilization, is only 1.84 which is much lower than the overall Metrobus performance of nearly 3 hoardings per revenue mile. Rou t e 42 weekday on-time performance percentage result, estimated data collected at 312 trip represents a reasonable assessment of the Route's performance. This performance level is unsatisfactory by comparison to MOTA's schedule performance level target of 78 percent for Metrobus. The Hetrobus overall schedule performance was 71 percent i n February, 1 993 and 77 percent in l1arch, 1993. Recommended Service Change Actions The following service change actions should be taken to improve the productivity and effectiveness of Route 42: 1) Extend Route 42 to the Metrorail Tri-Rail Station at NW 79 Street. 2 ) Combine Route 42 with Route 28 t o eliminate the duplications in Opa-locka and end Route 42 at the Douglas Road Hetrorail Station. Route 27; with some minor changes in alignment, and Route 48 should provide an alternative to the riders impacted by the elimination of the segment of Route 42 between Douglas Road Station and Dinner Key. 3) Adjust running times to meet actual conditions and improve on-time performance of the route. 4) Keep the Passenger Information System at the Hiami International Airport bus stop and waiting area operational 5) Reduce Route 42 weekday peak headway from 60 minutes to 30 minutes and maintain the current 60 minute headway on weekends.

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ROUTE 42 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION The follQwing is a summary of the existing Route 42 performance and operating characteristics: Characteristics and performance Hileage: Headways: PVR: Weekday revenue miles: Saturday revenu e miles: Sunday revenue miles: Schedule running time: 600A 100A l000A-300P 300P -700P Saturday Sunday Average Daily Boardings: Peak Load: At Hiami Int. Airport: At E. 8 Ave./Okeechobe: Direct Operating Recovery Ratio: Net Cost per Boarding: Boardings per Revenue Hile: per Revenue Hour: Southbound 18 5 miles Northbound 19 5 miles Peak 60 min. Off Peak 60 min. 3 511.1 miles 492 7 miles 4 74. 3 miles SB NB 75 80 76 80 79 79 70 72 70 75 Weekday Sat. 942 723 Sun. 626 17 passengers (SB) 22 passengers (NB) Weekday 38.6% $1.25 1. 84 24 Sat. 30.1% $1.77 1. 47 19 Sun. 27.1% $2. 11 1. 32 17 Source: March, 1993 Technical Ridership Report, prepared by l1DTA Management and Information Services. Appx-56

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Route Description ROUTE 42 PERFORJ.Ln.NCE EVALUATION Route 42 is a local north-south crosstown Metrobus route operating from Op&-locka City Hall in Opa-locka to Miami City Hall in Coconut Grove. Route 42 runs primarily along LeJeune Road, one of Dade County's major arterial roads and provides connectivity for the bus network. Background Rout e 42 began operation 6n June 15, 1986. Its alignment Has laid out using the southern segment of the former Route 28. Route 42 was designed to operate from Opa-locka City Hall, via the former Route 28 alignment, to the Coral Gables Bus Terminal and to the Douglas Road l1etrorail Station via LeJeune Road. On October 19, 1986 it was extended to the Miami City Hall at Dinner Key via SW 37 Avenue, Grand Avenue and South Bayshore Drive. Effective April 19, 1987, the route assumed its current alignment i n Coconut Grove via SW 32 Avenue between sw 40 Street and Grand Avenue. Routes 42 and 28 operate along the same alignment from NW 135 Street and Sinbad Avenue to E. 8 Avenue and 65 Street. Route 42 and J have a common alignment between the Airport and Flagler Street and between the Gables Terminal and the Doug las Road Station. Route Characteristics Route 42 has service spans as follows: Weekdays Saturdays Sundays from 5:13A to 7:33P from 6:04A to 7:12P from 6:14A to 7:45P The headway is 60 minutes at all times. Land Use/Market Area The major activity centers served by Route 42 include: Cpa-locka Hialeah Flea Market, Hialeah Hospital, Miami International Airport, Coral Gables Bus Terminal, downtown Coral Gables and Douglas Road Metrorail Station. Route 42 serves a mixture of residential, retail, light and heavy industry areas between Opa-locka and Miami Springs. From Miami International Airport to Flagler Street the area is mostly confined to retail and airport related business activity. On Ponce de Leon Boulevard Route 42 traverses a residential and commercial area. South of the Coral Gables Bus Terminal the route operates through a retail area except for the residential stretch along SW 32 Avenue. 1 Appx-57

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PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS Productivity ROUTE 42 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION Route 42 is one of several Metrobus routes that operate on major north-south Dade County streets. It intersects with ten major east-west routes and serves several major activity centers including the Coral Gables Terminal and Miami International Airport. Parallel Routes 17 and 27, in the 0-15 minute peak headway category, rank in the top third of the system. Route 42, in the 31 + minute headway category, ranks i n the bottom third of the system arranged on the basis of the following three performance indicators: Direct Operating Recovery Ratio, Net Cost per Boarding, and Boardings per Revenue Hour. These indicators are used by Service Planning and Scheduling to evaluate bus service. Route 42, in comparison to routes i n its own category ( 31+ minute headway category) has slightly better than average productivity; c o mpared to the system as a whole it is poorly patronized as sho "n b y the values o f the following indicators: Dir. Op. Rec. Ratio Net Cost per Bding Bding. per Rev .Hour Dir. Op. Rec. Ratio Net Cost per Bding Bding. per Rev.Hour Route 4 2 Wkday 38.6% $1.25 24 Route 42 Wkday Sat 38.6% 30. 1% $1.25 $1.77 24 19 Sun 27. 1 $2 11 1 7 Cateoorv Averaoe 'tlkday 31. s 1 4 7 23 System Averaqe Wkdav Sat S u n 53.7% 50. 1% 46.1'; $0.64 so. 7 5 so. s-; 35 3 2 30 The values of the performance indicators were obtained from the March, 1993 Ridership Technical Report prepared by MOTA Management and Information Services. Recovery Ratio: Route 42 weekday recovery ratios, from January, 1992 through liarch, 1993 are shown in Exhibit 1. It has f luctuated between 33 percent in January, 1992 and 39 percent in March, 1993 and has remained throughout the analysis period slightly over one half the system average. System wide recovery ratio fluctuated from 48% to 54%, with a peak value of 58% reached in July and August, 1992. Saturday and Sunday recovery ratios are as follows: 2 Appx-58

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> "0 l ROUTE 42 WEEKDAY DIRECT OPERATING RECOVERY RATIO TREND RECOVERY RATIO 60 so '10 30 ' ,A 8' '-A--bA--15. \ ,A ', /L_A_ ./5' 't),.--8 / .Ill/ JAN92 MAR92 MAV92 JUl92 SEP92 NOV92 JAN93 MAR93 MONTH -3ROUVE '12 --SYSTEM AVERAGE ---A-Exhibit 1

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Saturday Sunday January 1 992 Route 42 30% 19% System 47% 38% March, 199 3 Route 42 30% 27% System 50% 46% Net Cost per Boarding: The net cost per boarding shown in Exhibit 2 i s consistent with the recovery ratio trend. It showed no significant increase or decrease from January, 1992 through March, 1993. The average net cost per boarding throughout this period is $1.50 while the system wide average cost is $0.69. The minimum guideline value is $1.86 (2.7 times the system average). Route 42 average cost per boarding, system wide average cost per boarding and the minim u m guideline values for Saturday and Sunday are shown bel ow. Saturday Sunday Route 42 Cost Per Pass $1.60 $2.28 System Cost Per Pass $0.74 $1.02 Guideline Cost Per Pass $2.00 $2.75 Boarding Per Revenue Hour: Exhibits 3 and 4 show the Route 42 average weekday hoardings per revenue hour and ridership trends from January, 1992 through March, 1993. System wide boardings per revenue hour over this period averaged 34 while Route 42 hoardings per revenue hour has remained practically constant at approximately 22, greater than the minimum guideline value of one half the system average. Boardings per revenue hour for Saturday and Sunday are as follo,;s: Saturday Sunday Route 42 21 1 6 System 33 28 Loading: The heaviest passenger load, shown in Exhibit 5, occurs during the AM Peak period in the northbound direction with a load factor of 48 percent. The load factor in the PH Peak period and in the southbound direction i s 37 percent. The peak passenger load points are E. 8 Ave/O keechobee in the northbound direction and Miami International Airport in the southbound direction. On-Time Performance Route 42 weekday On-time performance is as follows: Early On-time Late 15% 54% 3U 4

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ROUTE 42 WEEKDAY NET COST PER BOARDING TRENDS NET COST $2.5 .---------------------------, ROUTE 112 ,... ..... 2 1-SYSTEM AVER AGE -... 8,---Q_ A -'3 \7 1.5 1-A \J u -e' 1 1A A--A--ll<--"--A A. tl -A A--A u , ,.cr, A ... ... --b. 0.5 1-0 JAN92 MAR92 MAY92 JU L92 SEP92 NOY92 JAN93 M AR93 MONTH -sExhibit 2

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)> ., 'l'l ROUTE 42 WEEKDAY BOARDINGS PER REVENUE HOUR TREND BOARDINGS .----------------------------------------------------------, ROUTE 36 A A A A '= -/). '""""\ : ''IJ.-"; ,=.--{1 = ' <..1 ' A ' 8 't! {!,' L!l 32 "' SYSTEM AVERAGE ---8.-28 20 16 L_ __ _J ______ JAN92 MAR92 MAV92 JUL92 SEP92 NOIJ92 JAN93 MAR93 MONTH 6 -Exhibit 3

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> 0. "' ROUTE 42 AVERAGE WEEKDAY RIDERSHIP TREND RIDERSHIP 4000.---------------------------------------. 3000 2000 1000 A-.t:r--8, -8--I:! ,A->. -A, -6 ... -&.... 0 0 --cs te G E> & JAN92 MAR92 MAV92 JU L92 SEP92 NOV92 JAN93 MAR93 MONTH -7ROUTE 4 2 "" SYSTEM AVERAOE .... -8.... Exhibit 4

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Based on the analysis of data collected at 3 1 2 trip timepoints, these results represent a good assessment of the route schedule adherence. This performance level is poor by comparison to the MOTA's schedul e performance level target of 78\ for Metrobus. System wide the on-time percentage for Metrobus was 71% in February, 199 3 and 7 7% in l1arch 1993 Actual running times of Route 42 exceed scheduled running times on southbound trips throughout the day. Severe deficiencies exist in the morning peak on southbound trips especiAlly between Okeechobee Road and the MIA Terminal as shown in Exhibit 6. Passenger Research Trip Patterns: According to a Service Planning market research study conducted in early February, 1993, the principal modes of access to Route 42 are walking and transfers from Metrobus and l1etrorail. The survey found that over SO% of the riders commenced their trips in Hialeah or Opa-locka, and their principal trip purpose is work. Their major destinations are the Miami International Airport, the Douglas Road Metrorail Station and the Coral Gables Bus Terminal The Coral Gables High School is the common destination of Route 42 school trips. Riders' Concerns: Most riders would like service o n Route 42 to increase from a 60 minute to a 30 minute headway during the and P:: rush hours. They also express concern s regarding the schedule performance of the route. The percentage of trips on time is 54 This may be even lower during thP. peak periods due to unfavorable traffic conditions. The majority of the riders rated the Route 42 as average or below average. This ratin g is very low i n comparison to other routes surveyed by MOTA as Routes 24 and which were rated as very good or good by approximately o f the users. Recommendations for Improvements The findings outlined above underscore the needs for service changes aimed at improving service on Route 42. This Route operates mostly on LeJeune Road, a major north-south travel corridor serving a major trip generator: the Miami International Airport. The following recommendations are intended to increase its passenger generating capability and improve overall productivity: 1) Extend Route 42 to the Metro rail Tri-Rail Station at NV/ 79 Street (East 25 Street/11 Avenue in Hialeah:. 9 Appx-64

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Based on the analysis of data 312 trip timepoints, these results represent a good assessmgnt o f the route schedule adherence. This performance level is poor by comparison to the 11DTA's schedule performance level target of 78% for Metrobus. System wide the on-time percentage for Metrobus was 71% in February, 1993 and 77% in Harch, 199 3. Actual running times of Route 42 exceed scheduled running times on southbound trips throughout the day. Severe deficiencies exist in the morning peak on southbound trips especinlly between Okeechobee Road and the MIA Terminal as shown in Exhibit 6. Passenger Research Trip Patterns: According to a Service Planning market research study conducted in early February, 1993, the principal modes of access to Route 42 are walking and transfers from Metrobus and Metrorail. The survey found that over 50% of the riders commenced their trips in Hialeah or Opa-locka, and their principal trip purpose is "'ork. Their major destinations are the Miami International Airport, the Douglas Road Joletrorail Station and the Coral Gables Bus Terminal. Th e Coral Gables High School is the common destination o f Route 42 school trips. Riders' Concerns: Most riders would like service on Route 42 to increase from a 60 minute to a 30 minute headway during the AM and PM rush hours. They also express concerns regarding the schedule performance of the route. The percentage of trips on time is 54. This may be even lower during the peak periods due to unfavorable traffic conditions. The majority of the riders rated the Route 42 as average or below average. This rating is very low in comparison to other routes surveyed by MOTA such as Routes 24 and ii which were rated as very good or good by approximately 80% of the users. Recommendations for Improvements The findings outlined above underscore the needs for specific service changes aimed at improving service on Route 42. This Route operates mostly on LeJeune Road, a major north-south travel corridor serving a major trip generator: the Miami International Airport. The following recommendations are intended to increase its passenger generating capability and improve overall productivity: 1) Extend Route 42 to the Metrorail Tri-Rail Station at mv 79 Street (East 25 Street/11 Avenue in Hialeah). 9 Appx-65

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2) Combine Route 42 with Route 28 to eliminate the duplications in Opa-locka and end Route 42 at the Douglas Road l1etrorail Station. The combined route would operate from F lU North to Doug las Road Station on weekdays and from Nll 7 Avenue to Douglas Road Station on weekends. Route 27, with some minor changes in alignment, and Route 48 should provide an alternative to the riders impacted by the e limination o f the poorly patronized segment of Route 42 between Doug las Road Station and Dinner Key 3) Adjust running times to meet actual conditions. More runn i ng time is needed on weekday to give the operator adequate recovery time and improve on-time performance. 4) Keep the Passenger Information Sys tem a t the Miami International Airport bus stop and waiting area operational and keep displays up-to-date. S ) Reduce Route 42 weekday peak headway f rom 60 minutes to 30 minutes and maintain the current 60 minute headway on weekends. Two valid alternati ves were identified to achieve this increase in peak level of service: a) Haintain the 30 minute peak headway on weekdays from Doug las Road Station to FIU North. b) Or maintain the 30 minute peak headway from Douglas Road Station to an adequate turnaround location between NW 103 Street and FlU North on the combined Route 28/42. Both alternatives will be thoroughly investigated and the results will serve as the basis for a se!:Vice improvement proposal. These results will be presented at a later date i n a Techn ical Addendum the Route 42 Performance Eva luation Report. Th e Addendu m H i:: :.:-:cl .:d= informatio n such as maps, layover points, and resource Aoox-66 11

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Appx-72 86 Summary of Ridership Demand and Scheduled Passenger Capacity Weekday Service (Peak Direction at MaxJmum Point) nmePeriod .sch.ctultd Trips _,..,.., T otlll Riden Rldn '"' Trip Ptr Trip loa d Stf'Yic. c.tpadty .......... GuideliMt (1) R.i'ling c..,..cny AM Rush (61m10.m) ., 2132 2104 51 52 99% AM PNk One Hour 840 811 sa 60 97% Midday (10.am-lpm) 37 1295 1259 34 35 97% PM RIHh (3pmpm) 45 2700 2368 53 60 88% PM Peak One Hour 13 780 712 ss 60 91% Evtning (7prn-9pm) 15 525 ns 36 35 102% Totals 138 6652 6269 45 94% Saturday Service (Ptik Direction at Maximum lo.ad Po int) nmePeriod Sc.htduiM Tttp t rotat Ridtt ll:ldn Ptr Trip PH Trip I.O&d S Mct 21 s d Sched 1 Chan Ch ol ( 1 ) emce M ue ge ron .coav 1 nee Se:pt. 1986 : o.y of tht Wtod: .,. .. .,.,. Dot WHicday Mar-88 Saturday Mly-.87 Jul Sunday May-8 7 Jul-90 (1) Per Trip Load vary according to tht scheduled frequency of seMce. tM rypt of toutt, and tile time of dy. 801 73! 216 267 1169 .... Ju.._iO Dt<.f2 Dt< 92 GuideliMt (H Rating 30 27 11 ..... ll 35 26 35 75% ).3 ll 37 35 106% l1 28 ..... 29 91% rTrip I 27 89% 301 96% 301 89% 321 ,. 1 % 361 30 120% 27 28 95_%1 28 96%1 .. .. O.te Dtc

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Committee Agenda Report ATTACHMENT: 1Summary Service Cbuges DATE: May23,1995 SUBJECf: Bus Service Modifications RECOMMENDATION Approval of the attached resolution authorizing the implementation of certain bus service modifications on August 7, 1995. DISCUSSION On February 28, 1995, Slaff briefed the Committee on bus service modifications proposed for implementation on July 24, 1995 and requested authorization to conduct public hearings The proposed service modifications were developed as a result of careful evaluation of service performance. Public meetings and Public Hearings were conducted in the community during the week of Apri117, 1995. The f!!blic Hearing concluded at the April25 Boan! meeting. Staff has reviewed comments received at the public hearing and bas fonnulated a revised set of recommended service modifications for consideration. Because of the time required to evaluate public comments prior to bringing these proposals forward for Board action, the implementation date for these changes has been delayed tmtil August 7, 1995. The recommended service modifications are included as an attachment to the resolution. Staff will brief the Committee on the recommended service modifications. Attached is a summary, by route of the original recommendations and any modifications proposed as a result of the public hearings. Route statistics have also been SIIIIIIIIIIrizc in a series of tabulations which are attached. Maps of the routes are provided showing the existing route, any proposed deletions of segments and any proposed additions to each route Please review the backup material before reviewing the resolution and supplement. 33SSAM/ssr I OS/19195-II :08 AM Appx-7S

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; Appx RECOMMENDED SERVICE CHANGES MODIFICATIONS TO INITIA.L RECOMMENDATIONS Route 5Tyler Staft's origiDal proposal for this route was that it be eliminated. The justification for this proposal was that service is provided by route 40S-Parldandfl'yler Crosstown with dowmown CODDedions available on seven diff'cnmt routes. DuriDg the public: be:arinp there was e:xtemive con-I that the very limited lllll!lber of trips (3 morning, 3 afternoon) that make up Route s-Tyler ougbt to be retained until the inc:eption of light rail service, at wbich time they would be discourinned. Analysis of these trips illdic:ated good usage on the first two trips and poor usage of the third trips during both periods. It was, therefore, decided to recommend retaining tbe two productive trips during each time period, which will improve productivity. Route 133-Nortlnrest/ParldaDd Llmfted Stop Staft's origiDal proposal for this route was that it be eliminated because of poor ridership. After review of e:xtemive public c:ollllllelllS suggesting that marlceting bad been inadequate 111111 stops at major transfer points had not been observed, stafF recommends that this service be retained for an additional twelve mollth trial period, duriog wbidl time a major marlceting effort would be conducted. Route 555-Cedar VaUey Staft's original proposal was to eliminate this service. Because of intense public support from students and the College Administratioo, stafF recommends that service to Cedar Valley College be mained and incorporated as a branch of route 55-LaDc:aster. INmAL RECOMMENDATIONS RETAINED Route I-Oak Lawu Staft's origiDal proposal for this route was tlw tbe ArmslroDg aDd Oreeuway brmches be cornbinal liiXth ofMoclrinabird Lme ildo one liDe, aDd that service after 7:00 PM be elimjwlfed Due 10 heavy school .loads tnmporling Sllideats to tbe Armstroog School, scbool trip service will be retined Route 13 MockiD&binl CroatOWII Staft's original proposal for this route was that this route be eliminated Despite public c:omn"'"' in support of c:ontinrring this route. its perfC)flll!liW is 1101 likely to improve to leYels with service adjusllllellts aDd intensified promotiou. Route 16 Southwood Staft's proposal is to eliminate this service. Little public opposition was beard duriag tbe publie heating process. The justification for this proposal was that service to the Soutbwoocl c:ounmmily would be provided by an extension of route I 0-Sunset. Service along Hampton is provided by routes II, 53, and 68, and service along Fl Worth AveDUe is provided by routes 48, 54, and 68.

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Table 3. Marketing and D e mographics (Data for enti r e route prior to propo sed .ervlce cba ng es) .uceoa.r.pllt cs tlt (Wh.leiH ureiomat ..... ; IHo rfcdfq V46klcl IJ'W. AI .... ... :!! . ...... ..... ;-OAKLAMf 0916 0 lUL94 Jill 1:0 --II MOCK_,...caosnoWM 4679 1.36 239!9 Yeo No ...... .. OOIIINIIOOO 721 1 I.A1 11715 No No It OAITON uMM.U:aWOIXdUIINOI.I 1.249 6 10 1.39 21MS --.. -AT . $JIJ9 II 121 1.39 J l 029 .. !61 3 1,. LSI 671 0 No No -.. ...... ._ =I u s m v .. No II ........... I 1.2S I 179 --. 10 fUASAHIGI.OVIIUUJ 1 196 1:10 106 Yos No .... ., .. ......... _.. .... 05 1 J I lA$ 12 110 --"' HWY-NIIIIC&t 63S J lAO 35991 Yes No rut.94 ... IAIT. PUNO ftAHJrfaHII&UI CXIUN.AI t.aft'riO not 013 979 1.66 2701 1 Yeo No JIJL94 _._.., 4149 4 76 1.21 2140S --.. YAI.UY I.AHDI DI'USI 324 174 1.37 6 .174 Yes y., '"' 1 .21 v.w.n..., . 117 770 1.60 9293 ---... ... I 19 1.70 22441 -Ill ,.,_,. UIOAC't 23S ,ill 1.93 ,, ---... ...... 194 I .II I U9' --. ._ ... 1134 us I Clll --. '" I 11 a 1.71 n:m --... Y......-nT 312 3039 1 .9$ 1A17 Yes No ""'" .. OOSSiOWN 3 7 4 1 1.41 1.,020 -... ..... I 10 w I.C5 13047 Yes No ....... y AUO .. 0 .i Ate. R 1 pl6 :::1 03:54PM RS_MAV8.1VK4 05117195 SeNko Plan!

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30 CLINTON I CULLEN RIOECHECK FY1995 MARCH 8, 1995 NOTES : Appx 86 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY # 30 CUNTON I CULLEN 30-CLINTON MAJN TRUNK OUTBOUND EASTBOUND MAIN TRUNK INBOUND WESTBOUND DENVER HARBOR BRANCH OUTBOUND NORTHBOUND DENVERHARBORBRANCHINBOUNDSOUTHBOUND CINTON PARK TRUNK-OUTBOUND EASTBOUND CINTON PARK TRUNKINBOUND WESTBOUND CLINTON PARK BRANCH OUTBOUND EASTBOUND CLINTON PAAK BRANCH INBOUND WESTBOUND GALENA PARK BRANCH OUTBOUND EASTBOUND GALENA PARK BRANCH INBOUND WESTBOUND 30CULLEN MAIN TRUNK-OUTBOUND WESTBOUND MAIN TRUNK INBOUND EASTBOUND TOTAL REASONABLENESS CHECK RIOECHECK-ATIACHEO -03/08/95 AVG WKOAY BOAROINGS 03/95 D I FFERENCE FY94 (OCT 1hru SEPT} 1. 11 out of 38 jobs (28%) were completed on March 7, 1995. 2 13 out of 38 jobs (34%) were completed on March 8, 1995. 3. 6 out of 38jobs (16%) were completed on March 9, 1995. 4 4 out of 38jobs (11 %) were completed on March 21, 1995. 5 1 out or 38jobs. (03%) were completed on March 22. 1995. 6. 3 out of 38jobs (08%) were completed on March 28, 1995 ON 331 313 93 202 3 12 41 69 1 8 1846 1646 4 565 AVG. DAIL Y BOARDINGS 4,565 4,716 O F F 325 292 176 100 30 5 139 18 9 1 2024 1446 4.565 (151) 3.2% 5 381

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TRANSIT PASSENGER COUNTING PROGRAM TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION March 1994 San Diego lr@ ASSOCIATION OF GOVERNMENTS First Interstate Plaza 401 B Street Suite 800 San Diego, California 92101 (619) 595-5300 This report was produced with funds from TOA and FT A Section 9 MEMBER AGENCIES: Citiu of Carlsbad, Chc.da Vi-&ta, Coronado, Del Mar, El Cajon, EnciniU$, Escondido, Imperia l Ba&eh, La M&t-a, Lemon Grove, Netion.el City, Ocea naide Poway, San Diego, San Marco$, Santee, Solana Beach, Vi& til and County of San Diego. ADVISORY/LIAISON MEMBERS: Californ i a Oepanment of Transportation U.S. De.panment of Defense, San D i ego Port District and Tijuano/Baja CaJifornia/Maxlco Appx-95

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Report 1 DATES CHECKED SUMMARY REPORT l DATES CHECKED SUMMARY PAGE1 SDTC ROUTEoss DIRECTION-NORTH START ING CARRIED TERMI NAL DATE DAY OF TOTAL TOTAL MAX. OVER FROOt TIME CHECKED WEEK ONS OFFS ON BUS LAST TRIP CAPACITY 457 81893 WED 2 2 2 0 45 524 82093 FRI 11 11 4 0 5 1 554 8169 3 MON 26 26 1 7 0
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Report 3 TRIP SUMMARY REPORT 3 -TRIP SUMI1ARY PAG -5 SDTC ROUTE 0 55 DIRECTION-NORTH STARTING TERMINAL PASSENGERS STARTING TER11INAL TIME 457 TOTAL 2 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 1 43RD & DELTA MAX OFF 2 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX LOAD 2 43RD & BETA 524 TOTAL 11 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 2 V ESTA & ACACI A MAX OFF 2 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX LOAD 4 54TH & 54TH PL 55 4 TOTAL 26 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON ll EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX OFF 6 110NTEZUIA & COLLWOOD MAX LOAD 1 7 54TH & STREA!IVIEW 624 TOTAL 44 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 10 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX OFF 1 3 S 4TH & TROJJ,N MAX LOAD 30 5 4TH & STREAMVIEW 654 TOTAL 48 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 11 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX OFF 15 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX LOAD 23 HtP ERIAL & .; 7TH 727 TOTAL H 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION 111\X ON 8 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX OFF 8 54TH & EL C;.JON 111\X LOAD 21 54TH & STREAl-1'/IEH 757 TOTAL 36 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 15 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STIITION 111\X OFF 1 0 54TH & 111\X LOAD 24 54TH & GRAPE 827 TOTAL 40 8TH ST TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 10 43RD & D ELTA MAX OFF 13 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX LOAD 20 47TH & LOGAN 857 TOTAL 39 BTH S T TROLLEY STATION MAX ON 11 EUCLID AV TRANSFER STATION MAX OFF 8 SDSU TRANSIT CENTER MAX LOAD 20 EUCLID & FEDERAL 63 Appx-98

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Report 4 ONS, OFFS, THRUS REPORT 4*0NS,OFFS,THRUS PAGE -6 SDTC ROUTE-055 DIRECTION-NORTH 01\ILY OAlLY TOTAL AM PERIOD MIDDAY PERIOD PM PERIOD OTHER PERIOD Oli ON ON ON ON &US STOP ON OFF BRO THRU ON OFF BRO TH.RU Oli OFF BRD THRtJ ON OFF BRD TARU ON OFF BRD 'I'KR.U BTH ST TROLLSY STATION 176 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 67 0 0 0 49 0 0 0 40 0 0 0 ROOSEVELT &. 8T11 10 4 176 172 2 0 20 20 1 1 67 l 1 49 48 4 2 40 38 NATIONAL&. 8TH 7 0 182 182 1 0 22 22 1 0 67 67 5 0 51 51 0 0 .. 42 NATIONAL & 61'1! 3 1 189 188 1 0 23 23 0 1 68 67 1 0 56 56 1 0 42 42 NJ.TJ()N).L 4TH 5 1 191 190 1 1 24 23 1 0 ., 67 0 0 57 57 3 0 43 43 NATIONAL & 2NI> 13 1 195 .. 1 0 24 24 1 67 4 0 57 57 2 0 46 46 NATIONAL & D IVISION 5 4 207 203 2 0 25 25 1 3 73 .70 0 1 61 60 2 0 48 48 MAIN &: WOI)EN 3 1 208 207 0 1 27 26 0 0 71 71 3 0 60 60 0 0 50 so MAU' l< VESTA 20 5 210 205 1 26 25 7 4 71 67 4 0 63 63 0 0 so so VESTA & DAL8RGIA 0 4 225 221 0 1 l3 0 2 74 72 0 1 67 0 0 so so VESTA & ACACIA 22 27 221 194 33 29 8 72 64 7 10 5 6 3 5 so <5 DSLTA & 40'l'H 17 33 216 183 0 35 35 9 ,. 70 54 3 10 63 53 1 7 48 ., BRD & DSLTA 48 200 152 30 1 39 38 30 10 63 53 13 22 56 34 13 15 42 27 4lRD &: BETA 21 2 238 2l6 0 68 9 2 Sl 81 5 0 47 47 1 0 40 40 43RD &: Z 12 1 257 256 6 0 74 74 3 0 90 90 0 0 52 52 l 1 4 1 40 . lRD & l<:EELElt 10 268 264 1 0 so so 2 1 93 n 6 2 5 2 50 1 1 43 42 tlRD & NATIONAL 47 23 214 251 l4 e 81 73 17 94 12 5 56 51 4 2 43 '' LOGAN & 44TH 7 1 298 297 0 0 87 8 7 1 103 102 0 0 63 63 0 0 45 45 LOGAN & 46T1l 24 304 298 0 87 87 7 0 109 109 s 3 63 60 3 l 45 42 <17T H & LOGAN 18 11 322 311 3 2 96 94 10 8 116 108 5 0 65 65 0 1 45 .. 47TH & 1' 11 2 329 327 3 0 9? 97 5 0 118 118 3 1 70 69 0 1 .. u 47TH & OCSANVIEH 6 338 332 3 4 100 96 2 2 123 121 3 0 ?2 72 0 0 43 5"TH &. 54TH PL 3 29 3?7 348 0 7 97 90 ) 5 173 168 0 15 67 52 2 2 40 38 54TH & TROJAN e 45 351 306 1 iS 90 75 6 17 .. 152 1 52 0 7 40 33 54TH &: EL CAJ ON 12 186 314 128 3 42 76 34 7 158 .. 2 30 ., 17 0 20 33 13 COLLWOOO NONROB 10 1<0 130 3 2 37 35 3 4 7l 67 0 3 19 1 6 0 1 1l 12 COLLWOOD & 4400 1 3 136 133 l ) 38 37 0 2 70 .. 0 0 16 16 0 0 12 12 COLL-WOOO & 4600 0 4 "' llO 0 3 38 35 0 1 67 0 0 16 16 0 0 12 12 & COLLWOOO 1 18 130 112 0 1 35 34 1 s 67 62 0 4 16 12 0 e 12 wom'EZ1Jto(A & 54TH l 113 109 0 2 34 32 1 2 63 61 0 0 12 1 2 0 0 4 & SSTH 1 2 110 1 0 9 l 0 32 32 0 2 62 6 0 0 0 12 12 0 0 4 SDSU TAA.NSl'T CT & 0 109 109 0 0 B 0 0 60 60 0 0 12 12 0 0 4 0 REPORT 4-0NS,OPFS, THRUS sott ROUTE-055 D IRBC'TIOU-NORTU Di\!J..{ rorAL PASsem, ;eR.s 1236 MILS$-3301.1 AVERAGE TRIP LENGTH-2. 7 11 REVENUE IHLES-151.9 ,:, J ,l! 1.$ "" MILES OVER CAPACITY-o.u PERCENT t-llt.ES OVER CAPii.CI'l''fu.o

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Appx-100 Report 5 ON-TIME SUMMARY 5 ON TIME SUMMARY' D I FFERENCE SCHEDULE TIME AND ARRIVAL TIM E COMPANY SDTC ROUTE 055 DIRECTION -NORTH 457 524 554 624 654 727 757 827 857 927 957 1027 1057 ll27 H57 1227 1257 1327 1357 1.;24 1454 1524 1554 1624 1654 1724 1757 1827 1857 1927 1957 2021 2057 2127 2 157 AVERAGE 8TH ST MAIN & TROLLE VESTA Y STATI ON 0 0 5 1 3 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 l 0 2 1 0 1 3 2 4 -1 0 l 6 l -2 1 2 0 2 1 0 1 l 0 0 -3 -5 5 0 1 3 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1.3 -0.5 EUCLID 54TH & 54TH & SDSU TR AV TRAN STREAlofV EL CA.JO ANSI T C SFER ST l E W N T & ATION 4 -1 -s -l 0 5 0 1 -1 3 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 2 1 l 1 1 3 1 1 1 3 0 1 1 3 -2 2 0 0 1 3 1 2 2 2 -4 3 3 0 0 0 1 0 -5 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 l -l 3 2 l -l 1 -9 6 l 3 -5 4 6 -4 5 4 a 8 6 0 l 1 2 3 0 2 l l 0 l 0 3 2 1 c 1 3 c 1 0 2 0 -2 0 0 0 l 2 2 1 0 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 2 0 l 3 3 -1.3 -0. 9 -1.9 o.s 9999 ARE SHOWN WHEN TRIP DOES NOT USE A TIME POINT 65

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CHICAGO TRANSIT AUTHORITY SERVICE DELIVERY P LANNING Service Planning ISSUE : Museum of S cience and Industry PSPx95029 New Bus Service 6/5/95 The Museum of Scienco and Industry (MSI) has requested CTA bus service c o inciding with its two-year parking garage construction pro j ect. Alternatives utilizing current routes proved ina de qu ate. Worki n g c l osely w ith MSI, Planning has designed a new, separat e r oute to connect downtown and MS I. RECOMMENDATION: I t is reco mmended that CTA establ i sh a new route named #10 Museum of Sc ience an d I n dustry, conne cting downtown and MSI that operates based on a shared f in ancia l pa r tnership. The r eco mmended routing (soe attached) serves hote l, tourist and shopping ar eas along North Michigan Avenue. makes transit connections a long State, provides se r vice to the Gran t Park museums at Rooseve lt, and r uns express from Roosevelt to MSI. The serv ice should begin Novem b er 2 5 1995, to coincide with MSI's pa r king lot c l os ure and the s tart of th e Christmas Around the World exh ibi t T his new route should provide varying service levels 1hroughout the year that correspond to MSI' s attendance f l uctuat i ons ACTION REQUIRED: Board action by ordinance is requ ire d to esta blish th is new route and ente r int o a lega l ag r eement with MSI fo r the financia l su b sidy. No formal public hearing is required. COST: Estimated annual var iable cost is approximate l y $175,000. Plan n ing be li eves that revenues from new riders w ill not meet the minimum cost recovery goa l of 52 perce n t. MSI has agreed, ho wever, to enter into a fina n ci a l arrangement with CTA to subsidiz e the difference betwe en this goa l and actua l reve nue. Thus, the net cost of this service is estimated at $84,000. BACKGROUND: During MSI's two.year parking garage construction project they will lose a pp ro ximately 500 exis tin g parking spaces. MSI approached CTA for help in bringing more peo ple (workers and visitors) to the museum by public tra n sportation. Originally, MSI suggested that modifications and / or deviations o f cu rrent routes would meet their needs. Planning examined t h ese requests and found that changes In current ro utes would hurt large num b ers of commuters and would no t provide leve l s of service approp r i ate for the MSI market Appx-103

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Museum of Science and Industry New Bus Service PSP -x95029 6!5195 Several new routes were examined to serve this market inc l uding one route that would serve both t he Grant Park museum complex and MSI. Such a route is highly de sir ab l e but not feasible until the completion of the South Lake Shore Drive relocation project, expected in late 1 997. Market research and attendance fig u res supplied by MSI were used to determ ine the minimum serv ic e levels Service days/hou rs and headways are recommended as follows: Labor Day to Memorial Day (Septembe r to June) Memorial Day to Labor Day (June to September) to :NeW Year' ,., ... "' GRA/grr/rlt 5-26.WPO Attachment Appx104 Weekdays (187) No Service Sat/Sun (76} 0900-1800 30-min. Weekdays (68) 0900-1800 30-m in. Sat/Sun (331 0900-1800 20-m i n. .0900. ,1800.: 30-min Sai/Sun .(131 .:{, 0900-'1800' :.20-min. . . 2

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EXHIBIT I BUS ROUTE WATCH LIST JANUARY, 1995 ROUTES TARGETED FOR REVIEW BY DAY TYPE WE;EKDA): SAT:UBDAY Bottom <12% Bottom < Bottom <52Y. ROUTE NAME 20% VCR 20% VCR 20'.4 VCR 7 HARRISON X X X X . .. -"' X 11 Ut.,-,M,--;. < h ........ 21 CERMAK X 23 WASHINGTON EXPRESS X X . 'QR: X .. .. X X X X 2.4-...-. ..... _ "'-_ .. ,. 25 WEST CERMAK X 27 SOUTH DEERING X X X ,_$;..{>A: i . ... ./ };. ... : .. X f( ...... .. ..... 30 SOUTH CHICAGO X X X X X 31 31ST X X X X 32 '" ... $. ,.. :?>; --< . 33 MAGNIFICENT MILE EXPREsS <. X X X 36 SITH X 38 ; X X X X X 39 PERSHING X X X X 41 ELSTONICL YBOURN X X X X X X X ,,. .... -.it' ... '. 44 WALLACE/RACINE X 48 SOUTHDAMEN X 49A . sciUti!WESTERN X X X X X X so DAM EN X 52 KEDZJEICAUFORNIA X 62A SOUTI!.!'E"Z'I!.' X 53 A SOUTH PULASKI X UA NORTH CICEROISKOKlE BLVD X X X X X 5SA NORTH MILWAUKEE X 57 LARAMIE y v Q-'i .n< 1 .... X X X X 12 " ARcHER .. ,., ; X X 12H ARCHEIIJHARLEM X <;;,. ... x X X X __ .... t1 ....... $4 FOSTER .CANFIELD X X ORAND X X X X X 11W . WEsT lAWRENCE' . X X ISA NORTH CENTRAL X X X x X X ' .. .. .. 88 HIGGINS X X SON NORTH HARLEM X X X X 13 !NORTH.CALJFQRNIA, X 94 sounfcAUFORN1A X 3 AppxI06

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81 63 14 70 498 53 19 67 85 80 82 84 77 92 76 90 72 49 78 28 9 54 57 91 73 75 87 52 35 94 152 50 55 21 8 204 548 51 111 u 53A 39 1l 21 52 A 48 59 201 203 18 30 54A 43 49A 31 202 JANOARY .. 1995 ROOTE PERFORMANCE REPORT CROSSTOMN ROUTES (APPENDIX C) ROU'TE NAME TOP 20% BY VCR LAWRENCE 63RD STRB.ET Ft!LLl!R'I'O>I DIVISION NORTH WESTERN POLAS!tl 79TH 67TR/69TH/71ST CII:N'l'lt.\L IRVING PARX UMBALL/BOIIAN MIDDLE 60% BY VCR PETZR.SON BBLIION'l' FOSTI!Il DIVDSBY IWUoB>I NOR'l'B WIISTBRN MON'l"ROSE STON!' ISLAIID Asm.>Nll CICERO t.AIWZIB IWIRAQANSBTT BOftOM 20% BY VCR SO
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--..., Table A Weekday Passengers and Passengers Per Bus Hour by Route AM Peak Midday PM Peak Early Night LafifNight TOTAL Passengers Date 6:00AM 8:59 9:00AM 2:59 3:00PM 5:59 6:00PM 9:29 9 :30PM 5:59 Pass PBH Pass. PBH Pass. PBH Pass. PBH P ass. PBH ... .. _._. ------PBH 1 1 1 12/94 1 1,742 52. __ ____ 1,785 551 804 36.6 282 26.6 6,854 42.0 1 2 1 1019s 1 441 476 23 7,!1 ---1 1,534 22.81 I 4AH I 1994 I 231 42.0 1 --=. :. .. ,.::..::j .. -121 47.0 1 ---1.. n 44.31 f--1!!L I 1 1 66 6o, Q '-:_ t91 63.7 ----1 257 1 s 1 1994 1 96 16.o f 9o 1s.11 45 7.8 1 6 8.6 1 508 .. 11.21 10 12/93 1,749 42.8 2,711 35.6 1 865 42.6 662 21.8 374 14.8 7.361 34. 0 I 11 11/93 1 ,240 46.3 2 ,100 49.4 I -----I 12 1/93 2,144 65.9 73.9 965 35.4 I 304 37.2 10 ,626 56.21 13 2/93 48 16.3 .,_ 23 ____ 42 14.5 ---8 12.1 121 9.21 1,136 314 19.6 1 276 19.61 5,066 4t.6j 14 3/94 1 28s 44.8 __ _!!89 29.4 616 20.0 f 6,728 39.5l 15 2,652 46.8 _P4L _ .... __ 2L! ..J!67 .18. 7j 10,848 40.5 16 1994 140 29.2 48 --. --J 354 27.01 I .18 ____ 1_2/94_ 1,187 47.1 ... .. __ ... o79 50.6 1 570 27.3 j 6,975 19 3/91 3 062 65.4 .... . ... 1 503 39.8 1 t,017 28.21 58.3 1 I 20 _ ,070 ___ 1 366 43.0 1 1 04 58.3 283 ..... 24.31.. ___ 41, 9 __ 49.!1. 55.7 ..... 1 ..... .?.!!?...-iii.l 351 21.11 7,319 .--!2:=2. 1 2/91 67.0 ... __ 12.1 J.7 L ... .. r.o.s. ___ _ 19.9 1,010 1 23 __ _l __ p 1,205 44.0 2,042 M + + 50.9 42.6 . \

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I TableD Weekday Passengers and P a ssengers Per Bus Hour By Regul a r R out e .... Rout e Passengers Rank PBH Rank H ours 30 22,90a 1 65. 7 3 34a.7 27 15,615 2 71.a 2 19 15,493 3 58.3 5 5.7 15 10,a4a 4 40. 5 17 267.9 12 10,626 5 56. 2 6 1a9.1 62 9 a52 6 5a 4 4 16a.7 80 a,742 7 51. 6 a 169.4 10 7,361 a 34.0 23 216.5 21 7 319 9 55.8 7 131.2 23 7 010 10 42.6 12 164 6 18 6 ,975 11 49.9 9 139.8 1 6,a54 12 42.0 13 163.2 22 6,n6 13 72. 7 1 93. 2 14 6,72a 14 39. 5 18 170.3 76 6633 1 5 37.3 1 9 1n.a 60 5,a59 16 49.1 10 119.3 35 5,597 17 45.7 11 122. 5 1 1 5 ,066 18 41.6 15 121.8 67 I 4 ,351 19 31.2 241 139.5 20 4 ,027 20 I 41.9 141 96.1 57 3,723 21 36.9 201 100.9 31 3,076 22 35.0 2 1 I 87 9 7 1 I 2742 23 34. 3 22! 79.9 5 1 I 2,705 24 40. 8 161 66.31 54 I 2,705 25 I 40.8 161 66. 3 63 2452 26 45.7 1 1 53. 7 53 2,175 27 29.5 25 73.7 58 1,553 2 8 34. 0 23 45.71 2 1,534 29 22.8 27 67.3 55 938 30 21.1 29 44.5 68 721 31 19.3 31 37.4 50 559 32 25.4 26 22.0 64 536 34 21. 8 2 8 24.6 1 28 4 4 8 37 14. 4 33 31.1 52 2a 4 3a 19.a 31 14.3 101 190 39 14. 6 32 13.0 102 167 40 19. 9 1 30 8.4 104 123 41 10. 5 34 11. 7 13 121 42 9.2 36 13.2 105 55 43 10.4 35 5 3 121 32 44 3 4 38 9.4 280 31 4 5 7 0 37 4.4 IUJAL 201,510 46.2 4 3 63.6 Appx-113

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> -.... T I M E PER IOD A M H EAOWAYS 20 RID ERS HIP 277 REV H R S 1 3.6 --........ .. ----PBH 20. 4 ...... T IM E PER I O D A M HEAD WAY$ 37-1 R ID E R S HIP 1 0 7 REV. HA S 8 0 P B H 1 3.3 ------------------------ROU TE 3 5 W E E KDAYS SATURDAY S 4:30AM i : 30AM M D P M E N 17+/3< 18+ / 3! 23+/4 1,370 7 00 532 3 4 5 17. 3 14. 3 . ........ 39. 7 40.5 37.2 ..... . -. _... S UNDAYS 5:5 0 AM 1 :30AM . . . -. . MD P M E N 21 t/4 24+/4 794 492 261 27 5 15.4 10. 2 ____ 3 1.9 25. 5 --------Headw ay s: Trun k/Loomls-Southridge 6/92 L N TOTAL 38 2 12 3 091 1 0 3 90. 1 -.. -. .. 3 4 3 -1/94 LN TOTAL 34 106 1 7.6 1 4.0 35TH STREET 35 N w +e s Not Draw n t o Scale '81 Relief Poi n t L a y ov e r EJ
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Milwau kee County Transit S y s t e m Inter-office Memorandum TO: Tom Labs, Dan Abendroth FROM : Tom Winter SUBJECT: Route 1 P rogress Report DATA: April 10, 1995 The following tables and analysis examine and compare Route 1 weekday ridership d a t a from Dece mber 1994 with data collected in November 1993. Route 1 carried a n average of 6,855 p assengers i n December 1 994 (Table 1 ) This represents a increase of 6 08 passengers, or 10%, f rom ridership collected in November 199 3 and compares favorably to the 1% decrease in the average daily ridership between the same two periods. Ridership increased i n every s e gment the 85th and branch (Table 1). T h e largest absolute increase as i n the Congress t o Northridge segment (353 passengers o r 18%). There was also a larg e gain from 17th to Congress ( 252 passengers or 10% ) Ridership increased at t hree of the larger shopping centers on Rour.e 1: Northridge, 19 rides or 2%; Northridge Plaza, =1 rides or 28%; a n d C apitol Court, 125 rides or 19%. Ridership at the Mill Road Transi t Center increased 1 29 rides o r 26%. Ridership by time periods increased the m eso: during t h e t'!idday (19% or 355 rides) (Table 2) Ther e w ere gains during the AM Peak (11 % or 1 70 rides) and Early (20 % or 132 rides) as well. Bus hour s decreased slightly hours). The most productive segmen t was from Congress to 17th ;72 PBH) (Ta ble 3) The producr.ivity of Route l increase d f r c m 42 PBH t o 49 PBH (Table 2) An analysis of PBH/Headway comp arisons shows all periods are within acceptable standards. A ccordin gly, no changes are recomm ended to Route 1 weekday service a t this time. Appx-116

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Table 1 Roule 1 Weekday Ridership by Segmenls E.a stbo ad WOII.bound E.a$1bound Wttbound Absolute .a ad Porcor11 Cha n a I f An. TOTAl Eastbound I Westboundl TOTA l ' 706 ).3t1 Table 2 Table 3 Roule 1 Weekday Ridership and Produclivily Change by Time Period Roule 1 Weekday Productivity by Seg.mon1 NO\'ember 1993 December 1 u c _!lli!.!l!. and P uconl Change OecOI:I'Iber HUII4 PUll PSH Tlmo I sus e .. l'erlod _Hours Psgrs PBII uours Ps n Sua soament Hours Psgrs. PSH Northridge ... I 35. 1,572 43. 9 33. 1 0 -(1'4 ?. 1 .,. '"" 50 9 2;2:.0 H 4 r e A K fOL 6. C0,2._i!.!!!.... -&Sih A Mill MIOOAY 39. 9 1 ,846 47. 3 "1.1 2,24 1 l{I'Ji, 14% 6 1 27. 0 FOL & Congress ... 0111 & Roc:hollc-P EAK 1 .83' !i 1 6 32. 3 1.78'1 .,. 3 2 -2,. -H '" IO u ... 29 .. FOL l Congress f AALY FOI a Congress NIOH T I 611 2e I 22. 0 ... ->< .... 132 3i.IS 37. 9 2 .731!1 1 U nth a Fond du 1'2'.1l _,. .,.. .... -.. 1 . ,. " .. L A t E H UJ 1 2 0 .. 23.91 1 0 6 TOTAl t 4 8 G 6 2 4 1 .... '3.11. 7 6,155 I > 11'11!11 & Fond dulac ,. ... 1.5-$<1 30.0 O t!"l.Q...wft lransll cu. TOTA L 131 6 6.855 411. 1 :g X -....

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OOffliXI $ii{!J)@'lf CTFS Load Profile Fall 1990 Route 426 Inbound Time Period: Weekdays All Day Stop Stop Sequenca Number Stop Descriplion 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1 2 1 3 14 15 16 17 18 1 9 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 0 6671 16671 BOt. Dummy Central Square @ Union Street Cenlraf Av@ Blake Sl 16672 Willow St @ Oxford St 6672 Oxford Street @ Central Avenue 6673 Andrew Street @ Market Street 667 4 Market St 6675 N Common St @ Franklin 51 16675 N Common St 6780 N Common St @ Hanover St 6781 N Common 51 @Baker St 6782 N Common St@ Whiling S t 6783 N Common St@ Park St 6784 N Common St @ Mall 51 4451 Markel Square @ Western Av 4487 744 Wostem Av 4488 Western Av @ HoUand Av 7375 Summer Street @ Western Avenue 7376 Summer Street @ opp. River Slreet 7377 Summer Stroot@ opp. Margin Street 7378 Summer Street @ opp. Dearborn Ave nu e 7379 Summer Street@ opp. Number 760 7380 Summer Street@ Number 787 7381 Summer Street @ Number 800 7382 Summer S!roet@ Boston Street 7383 Boston S!reet @ Nortllside Avenue 7384 Boslon Street @ Avenue 7385 Boston Stroo1 @ Oal
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> ..., ..., NORTH SHOnE BUS SERVICE STUDY 421.0 Lynn & Eut Saugu1 Haymalt.tl Roula 426.1 Cllllondo .. C a nlrol Squora, Lynn Route 426.2 fur S..ugus Clrtl Squ r. Lynn Rout e 426 , Wut LyM Ha ym arke t vii C1Utondll l Route 4 26.4 Grt nadt Hlah.t andt H ymat ktt Roule 426. 5 Oakland'"'' Squlft via CUlton dale Fall 19goWookdays Scheduled Twno to A etua l Eerlyl MBTA Accual Sched ule d Actual Early/ Total Total Mu lood M .. lood F01m Nolo A ou1e Olr Oar Oop Time Ncu.tBus Oep Time lalo U o p? Book limo Run Time Stop Tintu Ski p Time lal& Arr? OM OHI load Fae1or SlOp Numbor fatly AM tnbound 4 26 3 I 5.50 020 550 025 0 31 6 15 6 21 >5L 29 29 29 0 .73 74 10 810 Sublolat 29 28 A;orego (STD'I. S) 0:20 0 :31 29 29 29 All PHk Inbound 426. 0 I 4 6.10 0 :15 6:10 0 33 0 : 42 6 :43 6 52 >5L 36 38 26 0 .72 7412 1417 4260 I 5 6. 25 0:10 1 :25 0 33 0 :47 6 .5a i. 12 >5L 3 9 39 34 7409 937 426 0 I 5 6 :35 0 : 17 6 .35 0 .33 0 : 5 1 7 .08 7 : 26 >5L 3 1 31 27 0 .66 7 411 833 4263 I 3 6:52 0.01 6 52 025 0 : 44 7 : 17 >5L 26 26 26 0.65 7 4 1 4 1 369 4260 I 5 6 :53 O.Q9 6 53 0 .33 0.55 726 7 :41 >5l 47 4 7 42 1.05 7 413 668 426 5 I 4 7:0 2 0 : 13 7 .02 0 :36 0 .54 7 : 38 7 :55 >SL 35 35 42 7 414 1270 426 0 I 4 7:15 0 01 7 : 15 0 : 40 0 :57 7 55 8 : 12 >SL 38 36 29 7403 1224 426 3 1 5 7:1 6 0 :14 7 '16 032 0 :47 7 : 48 8 :03 >5l 40 4 0 38 0 .84 7 413 751 426 0 I 6 7.30 0.00 7.30 0 4 0 0:45 8:10 8 :15 3 5l 35 36 22 7 408 1205 4 2 6 5 1 4 7 :30 0 0 5 730 036 1 :03 8.06 8 : 33 >5L 39 39 36 7 4 12 1147 426.4 I 4 7 :35 0 : 13 7 35 0 : 19 0 :41 7 5 4 8 :16 >5L 19 1 9 19 0 .48 7413 1449 426 3 I 3 1:48 0 .02 7:4 8 0 3 2 0 : 5 0 8 : 20 8:38 >5L 36 38 36 0 .90 7 414 82 8 426 0 I 6 1.50 0 10 7 .50 0 .40 I :05 8'30 8 :55 >5L 40 4 0 39 0 .98 7 408 1305 426 0 1 5 8.00 o .os BOO 0 40 0 : 4 8 8:40 8 : 48 >5l 19 19 15 7413 1135 426.4 1 6 8 0 5 005 8 .05 0 19 0 :07 8 : 24 8 : 1 2 > 2E 17 1 7 17 0 .38 7412 715 4 2 6 5 1 5 8:10 0 .05 8 10 036 0 : 4 5 8 : 4 6 8 : 55 >Sl I S 1 5 13 7412 1 3 02 426 0 I 5 8 1 5 0 .15 a 15 040 0 : 49 8 .55 904 >5L 29 29 23 058 7412 835 4260 I 3 8'30 0 10 830 0 40 0 49 9 : 1 0 9 :1i >5L 17 17 13 030 7411 1371 426 0 I 6 8 o 020 8 o 0 40 0 :40 9 : 20 9 20 13 1 3 12 7412 1181 Subtota l 576 576 Aveflge (ST0 5) 0 :08 0 : 47 (0:17) 30 30 27 Base Inbound 426 3 I 4 000 0 .20 u 0 0 0 :);'! 000 932 900 > 2E 15 IS 15 0.38 7411 1064 4260 I 3 0 20 1 !00 0 .20 o .ao o 4o 1000 lO"'B > 5L 27 27 19 0 48 7406 83 0 4260 I 3 10 20 1 .00 1020 040 0.39 11' 00 ICIM 26 26 13 033 74 1 2 1070 4260 I 5 1120 I 00 11 20 n 40 0 4 0 1200 1200 25 11 0 .26 6673 1194 Pogo9 CTPS 812C).91

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Issue: Background: Analysis and Options: Rome 426. Provide service between Oak Grove and Saugus We have received a request from 1he area representative for a link between Saugus and Oak Grove. While many peopl e may drive the distance, there is presently no direct bus connection between these tWo communities. For MBTA commuters from Saugus wishing aocess to ilowntown, the fastest route is to take Route 426 to Haymarket. There are many variations of this route wi1h Haymarket bound trips originating in Oaklandvale, West Lynn, Granada Highlands and Central Square lynn. Based on 1990 ridechecks, loads on all variations are never above seated capacity, with a few trips at 42. The biggest proolem appears t o be the running time. Wide variations exist in the inbound running time. looking at the 426.0 only, Central Square-Haymarket, a.m. inbound running time varies from 42 minutes to 65 minutes. The running time is currently listed at 40 minutes. It appears that the schedule would be more unreliable if it were not tor the fact that the outbound a.m. r unnin g t imes are all less than the 40 minutes alloned. In the a.m. the outbound time ranged from 28 to 37 minutes. What this indicates is that the ride that ;he patrons are eJI!leriencing is indeed longe r than we allow. Consequently, some variation which would put the patrons into Oak Grove or Malden Station, may, In fact, be faster t h a n riding all the way into Haymarket. In any event the predictability would be more consistent. The option for service to Oak Grove would have the bus t urn onto Essex Street i n C liftondale Square. It would continue on Essex as it changed its name to Upham i n Melrose. The bus would then turn left on to Main Street and continue in limaed service until it turned left in to the Oak Grove Station. It is estimated that with stops it would take approximately 15 minutes each way. Another alternative would be for the bus to continue fts regu lar 426 route t o Linden Square, but Instead of accessing Route 1, it would continue along Eastern Avenue, right into Malden Station. It will take approximately 8-10 minutes from Linden Square to Malden. It takes approximately 11 minutes from Malden Station to Haymarket. Given t h e way the vehicle strings are currently constructed there are a few oppcrtunfties for interjecting one of these alternatives into service. The basic approach is to aner the 7:30 Inbound trip to go to either location (Run # 45). It could then do a repeat to either just Cliftondale Square, (depart for Malden or Oak Grove approximately 8:25) or go all the way back to Central Square (depart tor Malden or Oak Grove approximately 8:45). If the repeat Is just to Cliftandale, then the tail Appx-123

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portion of run # 46 coul d be eliminated (8:00 departure form Central Squar e estimated arrival at C liftondale 8:22). It the trip went all the way back t o Central Square, then the end portion of run # 105 could be eliminated (current departure from Central Square at 8:40). If the C liftondale option is selected, a third trip just t o CliftondaJe a n d back coul d be put into the schedule at approximately 9 :00, and the 8:40, as well as the 8:00, trip from Central Square could be e liminated. Depending on the pullback time from either Oak Grove o r Malden Station to Lynn, if t h e second trip originates in Cliftondale Square, and the 8:00 trip is eliminated, there will be approximately 30 minutes saved each weekday. If the service does go back to Lynn, it appears that t here will be essentially the same costs as currently scheduled. R idership on the trips affected are as follows: Time Total Passengers Max Load 7 :30 I 36 22 8:00 I 19 1 5 8 :50 0 7 5 8:40 I 13 1 2 In the afternoon. lhe runnir.g time from Haymarket i s not as variable. Additionally, given that onl y a limtted number of trips would be available at either Malden or Oak Grove, it is doubtful that m:;ny patrons would take the service to this location to access them. Recommendation: Since the time savings to t h e patro n is not obvious. i t will be difficult to convince the patrons of the benefit of these alternatives. However, many of our current patrons know of the variability i n the time that it takes t o Qet into work, and may prefer the option of the more reliable routing via the Orange line. For those patrons who use the Orange Line a t Haymarket. i t may be more convenient to board it earlier. Consequently, it is recommended that we begi n sending a limited number of trips to Malden. Malden is preferable to Oak Grove due to the addttional bus connections. and the fact that it is 2 minutes closer t o Boston It is a lso recommended that we begin the change with the 7:30 trip and then have the 8:35, and 9:00 trips from C!iftondale, back into Malden. We could then eliminate the 8:00 a n d 8:40 t rips from Central Square. Service from Central Square to Haymarket would still be available at 7:50, 8:15, and 8 :30. Appx1 2 4

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DRAFT DRAFT Summary of Passenger and Service Observations Qbservation type Green Line surface Station counts (assessment input, etc) RTL April Annual Count RTL Station Counts (mise) RTL/Green Line Time Checks Blue Line Shutdown Before After Bus Audit/Time Checks Bus Ride Checks Crosstown Bus Routes Point Checks Ride Checks FTA Annual Section 15 Bus Counts CA/THT Bus Impact Checks Before & during construe Bus Stop Activity Counts Load Point Checks (all modes ) Farebox data system Admin Administration (Worksheet setup & collection, data summary & distribution, etc) Supervision Total Checker Work Days FTE' s Checker Davs(est.) 1993 1994 future 150 30 100 80 0 0 240 140 0 0 100 0 15 995 0 110 245 2205 10 100 30 50 135 100 110 2 0 110 so 40 100 180 15 810 0 110 245 2205 10 100 30 so 80 0 0 50 1615 0 0 100 100 15 270 110 2 4 5 245 2860 13 assumes that 75\ weekday (40\ Summer weekday) and 2S% weekend ride coverage based on use of electronic farebox database for routine passenger data for all express bus and those routes on policy headways. Appx-126

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STAFF REVIEW OF METROBUS PUBLIC HEARING NOS. 416 & 417 PROPOSED FARE AND SERVICE CHANGES AFFECT ING METROBUS ROUTES I N THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA DOCKET NO. B95-2 A rev iew and a n alysis have been completed of the record of Pub l ic Hear ing Nos 41 6 and 417 on proposed fare and service changes affecting Metro bus routes i n t h e District of Columbia. I. BACKGROUND The District of Columbia has a Fiscal 1995 shortfall for its share of WMATA's ope r ating b udget. The proposed fare and service changes are designed to address t h is shortfall. I f implemented In March 1995, the proposed fare and service changes wou l d generate a 1995 fiscal year savings to the District of approximately $5.5 million. The proposed Metrobus fare changes incl ude imp l ementatio n of a 25-ce n t Metrorail-to-Metrobus transfer charge on all transfers made within the District of Columb i a, an increase in the intra-District of Columbia fare for senior citizens and persons with disabi l i ties from 30 cents to 50 cents, and an i nc rease in the spec ia l reduced fa re that is applicable on selected routes in the Anacostia area from 35 cents to 60 cents. The proposed Metrobus service changes include elimination of 12 routes that provi d e duplic ative service, consolidation or restructuring of 16 lines, elimination of some or all serv ice on 8 lightly used routes, a reduction in the hours of service on 22 lines w h ere ridersh i p is light. and adjustments in service frequency on 29 l i nes II. REVIEW OF PUBLIC HEARING RECORD The public hearing record consists of the notice of public hear i ng, the staff statement describing the proposals transcripts of the proceedings and written statements submitted for the record. Appx-138 A. Public Notification The official notice of this hearing was published in The Washi n gton Post and Capital Spptljgbt newspapers pursuant to Article XIII, Section 63{c). of the Wash ington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority Compact. In addition, notices were posted in all of the Authority's vehicles operating in revenue service over the affected route_s. Notices were also sent to all of the Advisory Neighbo r hood Commissions in the District of Columbia 1

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> .. -i' VE .ll NES VIrginia (!Qu te. L.1.nt 12l,H littl e Rocky Run-VIenna 12R,S 12C 12E Sully StationVIenna Centrevill e Express Centreville Square Park & Rid e Anal ysls Provides feeder service to rail fr001 low density residential neighborhoods. Ridership has Increased five percent from December 1992 report due to route extension to Singleton's Grove lplemented In June 1992. New Sully Station park & r-Ide lot' opened Septellber r991; ridership has remlned steady but ay be hall!pered fr011 further growth due to Isolated location of the lot, which may discourage commuters from parking due to safety/ security coNcerns. Provides feeder servIce to rail fr011 low dens lty res I dent Ia 1 neighborhoods. Service reduction lpleented June 1992. Ridership 10 percent from Oecelllber 1992 report, partly due to circuitous routing through Centrevl I le neighborhoods, opening of the VIenna parking garage In 1991, Implementation of Route 12E In Septelllber 1991 and addition of third lane on 1 -66. Point-to-point express service between Centreville Square Park & Ride lot and Vl. enna Hetro Station lll!plemented September 1991. lot I s near 1001 utilization, but ridership has decreased 16 percent fr0111 December 1992 report due to an lncruse In carpooling activity at the lot. 24T Mclean-E. Falls Church Area served Is sparsely populated with few traffic generators. Service reduced In September 1991; ridership has decreased 11 percent from December 1992 report. llY Mt. Vernon Express Direct express service to downtown lie from low density residential neighborhoods; parallels rail between National Airport and Farragut Square. Ridership has decreased 15 percent from Decemer 1992 report. Line has been proposed for cutback to National Airport; however, Fairfax County has requested that service be retained. ZOA Fair Oaks Provides feeder service to rail from Fairfax County Government Center and surrounding low density residential neighborhoods. Ridership has Increased 74 percent fr011 Decellber 1992 report due to additional passengers fr0111 a former private shuttle that operated In the ralr Oaks area. 26G,H Burke Centre-Dunn Loring Service was reduced In Septelllber 1 991. line was utended to serve ne w Burke Centre VRE station to Improve productivity In June 1992 and an additional AH trip was added rebruary 1993 to serve employment areas. SU Dulles Corner Countei flow route started In September 1988 Ridership Is building slowly as office developnent In Reston Dulles area expands. Extension to Worldgate Park Sho pping Hall Is proposed for September 1993. Fairfax Count y Is considering a service takeover effective Dece mber 1993. -I 1

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lgmlp: 1995 SEP Package: PL-P Route: 197 Unked Routes : Phone: 1597 Doug JohnsonPla n ning District : SOUTH Objectives : Route 197 o n some morning trips, and the lJIN has asked for a d ditional trips. Add 1 new trip to operate between the 3rd and 4th t rips; with a slight schedule adjus tment for even headways. Background : Uti l ize hours from 1 trip cut on route 133 and 1 trip cut from route 67 to fund new trip on ro u te 1 97. This will relieve overcrowding on route 197 and address concerns from the UW on a l ong route with standees. Impact on ADA Service: none Title VI Impact on Service : none Budaet lmoact Day of Sel'lice Time Annual Hours Weekday AM 540 Faciljtles ; Servicelevels : The following schedule should be adopted: Arrival time at Montiake/Pacific e:ss, 7:25, 7:45, 8:0S, 8:25, 8:45. Public !nfonnatjon Recommendation : Consumer timetable. Destination Slgnage : M6t .... Day AM I M I D M-F 1 I Street bv Street Route Descrietion:. PM NIGHT I users\svcpln\pw\ PACKAGE package.rsl Page 11 Printed : 09:00:43 AM, 05/16195 Appx-145

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ROUTI N G : SERVICE: See above. RIDERSHIP: Mon d ay, No vember 20, 1989 Tu esday, October 23, 1990 T uesday, October 22 1991' Rou- 'OR I r. o I WARDEN fl)8) i:ilJS ROUTE .:..:.'--".!.:..:=;-'-'= . '.. -.Ave : r 1--t I \.. V O.n'b"r9>; lll. f i !'!(h Av<:-. S h .: ppar d t w e e < I ""' I I: E . 5t. A v e E ... DAY{SOTHWAY S ) AM H-us h !Jay Norma! PM R ush ... venmg 4932 63 5 4 4236 138 8 5142 641 2 4720 1509 4498 6084 4097 1 442 Dll!l 1 69 1 0 17783 16121' %Ch a nge f r o m Previous Co unt (12.5) (5.1) (13.2) (4.4) {9. 4) Monday, November 20, 1989 Tuesday, October 23 1990 Tuesday, October 22, 1 991 MAXIMUM HOUR { HEAVY WAY ONL Y l Avg. V e h Avg Ve h. AM toad PM load 774 ( 56 ) 834 (SB) 731 (SB) ss 52 46 669 (NS) 656 (NB) 526 (NS) 4 2 39 38 Note: The 1 991
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CATEGOR Y -.... . . ... ,.,,. . ._...,..,.. .... .,m,. . eot :Ptt. Al:ri (Exclwllo&' FolOiesiSquare .#-. INBOUND AMENITIES 27th\ Highland : Pa.d w/ no Shelter Ainswonh: Stcd Shel te r Jarrea: Pad w/ DO Sbelter KllliDgswonl> : Steel Shelter lAth\ Fremont Glass Slldlzr, Day KlickiDt: PJd w/ no Shelter Stskiyou: Sleel Sbelrd L ine Tow System Total -: Number of Stops : A vena e Diswce B etween Stops : Number of Srops: A v erag e Dismoee Btrwecn Stops : Number of Slops: Average DWance Betwee n Swps: Number or Stops: Average Disu.nee BetWeen Swps: t52: t 132 :&;062 .. S.8 5 2 615 fi. 51 612 fi. 103 614 fi. 9 ,563 952 fi. NE 27th Avenue is narrow, !hus limiting bus mo biJicy Resuoom is not al-ways available at 27th and S arato g a TRAFFIC FROM ZONES ADJA CENT TO LINE 9 To!>l Trips Aurc or Traosi1 (19 8 8 Estimalt) 109,469 By Transit Toul Wor k Trips Trmsi< SYSTEM BENCHMARKS o f Total Trips by Transit of Work Trips by Tnosi1 23 492 8.5!1 5 .0% 7.0%

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ROUTE PROFTI..E REPORT LINE In 1!103, su:eercar SOTVice was esuhlisbed on Broadw1y 10 Easl :Mch Sr...., In 1948. 11nercars on lhe Broadway Lioe """"tga Temce. care Ambulance Serrice SuppUed SPAN OF SERVICE Weekday: 19 hours. 28 min. Saturday: 19 hours. SS min. Sunday: 1 9 hours, 50 min. AVO. FREQUENCY Weekday PHk: 10 minutes Weetdly Base: IS min.,... Sarutday: 23 miMncs Suodoy: 40 minwcs NUMBEil OF TRIPS Wectday Puk: 12 W..t4lyBase:l9 TRAVEL TIME COne Way) Peak: 3S mkowes Base : 30 minutes DAILY REVENUE HOURS Weel
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Accord i ng to Metro projections for the year 2005, population and employment in areas adjacent to Line 9 Broadway are expected to increase slightly. This is projected to inetease the number of trips generated from these areas The following table ponrays the p r ojected modal split for the year 2005. TRJP S B Y MODE MOD E J98g 20 05 %CHANGE Auto 109,470 111,061 1.5% Bus 9,495 10,260 8 1 o/o Total 118,965 121,320 2 0% Relative Strengtbs .. ,:;: . ' . : ...... ' ; . Line 9 has a higher populatio n density within 114 mile of the route than all but one other Tri-Met Line. Line 9 has more people employad within a 1/4 mile of the route than the vast of Tri-M e t route$. The density o f employment is also hlgher than most other Tri Met Weekend ridership has undergone steady growth since 1987. The frequency of service on Line 9 exceeds that of most TriMet routes. The percentage of trips taken by transit (vs auto) is higher in neighboriloods adjacent to Line 9 than in the district as a whol e Re l ative Weaknesses : . : . : . : : :!-;. ... ';. .... Line 9 has generated a relatively high number of complaints/suggtstions from opetators regarding opetating issues (eg. poor operator facilities at eruf of line, narrow road, etc. ) Ave.-age weekday rider>hip has declined since FY88. Line 9 runs slower than most TriMet routes. Considering that Une 9 serves relatively densely populated areas that in<:tude some of Portland' s major destinations, t he level of boarding rides per revenue hour generated is faitly low. This would seem to indicate Line 9 has the potential to undergo rider>hip increases Rlder>hip may be increased by addressing issoes such as speed stop spacing (Slops are spaced much closer on Line 9 than on the average route), and routing (Line 9, in sever.iJ locations, competeS with other TriMet routeS for passengers) Appx1 65

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Customers PASSENGER PROFILE 69% are transit dependant na are under 18 na % are -Senior citizens 35% are from hous.eholds earning les s than $10.000 /Yr 26% are from households earning $30,000 or mor e 91% walk to access the l i n e 7% transfer from other lines 1 % board at a park and ride 39% pay fare with cash 42% use a pass 54% are o n a trip ending in the CBD TRIP PURPOSE 30% of trips are to home 33% of trips are to work 13% of ttips are to school 8% of trips are for personal business 4% of t rips ar e for social/recreational purposes 8 % of uips are for shopping REQUESTS, SUGGESTIONS More f rtquent ser.oice Provide service to PSU a fter 9:20p.m More rush hour service near 5:00p.m. and 7:00a.m Provide service on NE 23rd (instead of NE 24th) at Nonhrup Extend service on NE 29th to Preston Remove bus fr o m NE Skidmore Street Adjust route to provide servi<:e between 42nd and S7th on PreS(:OR CUSTOMER CONTACT REPORTS(# Received by Type) Reason For Com,act El24 EnJ Commenda t ion 44 LS Complaint 102 119 Earl y Arrival 6 9 No Show 5 8 La
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