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APPENDIX C MANATEE COUNTY TRANSIT Fixed-Route Trend Analysis and Peer Review By Enrichment Systems and Center for Urban Transportation Research June 1990

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CONTENTS Section Page Introduction ... ......................................... C-1 Performance Indicators and Measures .......................... C-2 Table 1: Performance Indicators and Measures .......... : . C 3 Manatee County Trans it System Pwfile ......................... C-4 Table 2: Performance lndicators ......................... C-5 Table 3: Effectiveness Measu res ..................... ... C 6 Table 4: Efficiency Measures ..... . ... ........ . C-7 Comments/M odifica tions .................................... C-8 Figures 1-20: Manatee County Trend Analysis .............. C 9 Performance Indica t ors (1-7) ....................... C-9 Effectiveness Measures (8-12) ............. ......... C 1 2 Efficiency Measures (13-20) ........................ C-14 Statewide T r end Analysis ................................... C-17 Table 5: Statewide Trends in Key Indicators and Measures : ... C-19 F i gures 21-42: Summary of Statewide Trends ............... C-20 Performance Indicators (21-29) ........... . ........ C 20 Effectiveness Measures (30-34) ............. ...... C-23 Efficiency Measures (35-42) ....................... C-25 Pee( Selection Process ............................. ....... C-28 Figure 43: Peer Selection Process ....................... C-30 Peer Review: 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category .................. C-31 Table 6: Performance Indicators ............... .......... C-33 Table 7: Effectiveness Measures .... ..................... C-36 Table 8: Efficie ncy Measures .......................... C 39 Figures 44-65: Peer Comparisons .................. C-42 Performance Indicators (44-52) ..................... C-42 Effectiveness Measures (53-57) ............ ......... C-45 Efficiency Measures (58-65) ........................ C-47

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APPENDIX C Introduction This appendix is a compilation of various trend and peer data relevant to Manatee County Trans it (Mer). The Mer system profile and trend analysis graphics presented herein include data for the time period 1984 to 1989. For the statewide trend analysis, data for the selected key indicators and measures are f rom 1984 through 1988. The peer review utilizes data from the 1988 Section 15 reports for each o f the chosen peers. This appen dix utilizes data from a report titled Perfonnance Evaluation of Transit Systems, "Part I: Trend Analysis, 1984-1988" and "Pari II: Peer Review Analysis, 1988. The report was prepared by the Center for Urban Transportation Research ( CUTR) under co nt ract to the Office o f Public Transportation Operations, Dep artment of Transportation, State of Florida. For thi s appendix, 1989 data was added to that previously collected for Manatee County and the tab les and graphics update d accordingly. This report details a performance review of Florida flXed-route transit operations over the five-year period of 1984-1988. In Part I, the transit p roperties are reviewed both individually and collectively as a total system. Statewide transit trends are presented as well as selected measures of performance, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transit services of each system In Part II, the perfo rmance of each of the Flor id a transit systems is compared t o that of similar systems ("peers") from around t he country. This peer review provides a basis for evaluating relative performance of a t ransit system and can he lp identify areas which may need further analys i s. The purpose of this appendix i s to provide an overview of the performance trends of the Manatee County Transit System and how these t rends compare to those of other Florida systems and various non-Florida system peers The data is presented without any interpretation of the res ults. Caution should be exercised when interpretations and/ or conclusions are drawn from the information contained in this appendix and the aforementioned report. The results of such an analysis should only serve to highlight specific system trends and operating characteristics that may benefit from further review. Note that the data. used in this analysis is the Section 15 data as submitted to UMT A except where noted Ridership data used in report does not match the data reported in

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Technical Memorandum 1, which came from operator trip sheets. The Section 15 ride r ship data for 1988 is believed to be approximately 1 0% above the actual levels, hence the performance indicators which used 1988 ridership data (included in both t he peer analysis and the comparison with other Florida properties) woul d be somew hat less favorab le if the lower ridership numbers were used. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS AND MEASURES The evaluation measures that are used throughout the per f ormance review are divided into three major categories: performance indicators, effectiveness measures, and efficiency measures. Performance indicators r e port the data in the selected categories that are required by Section 15 reporting. TI1ese tend to be key indicators of overall transit opera tor performance. Effec t iveness measures typically refine the data further and indicate the extent to which various service-related goals are being achieved. For e xamp l e, passenger trips per capita is an indicator of the effectiveness of the agency in meeting transportation needs. Efficiency measures involve reviewing the level of resources (labor or cost) required to achieve a given level of output. It is possible to have very efficient service that is not effective or to have highly effective service that is n ot I n addition, the service can be both efficient and effective or inefficient and ineffectiv e i n atta i ning a given o b jective. The substantial amount of data available through Section 15 reporting provides an opportunity to develop a large number of measu r es. Sets of perfo r mance. indicators, effectiveness measures and efficiency measures have been selected that are belie v ed to provide a good representation of overal l transit system performance. Other measures and categorizations may be developed with the same data. Table 1 lists the indicators and measures provided in this appendix and also sub-categories where appropriate. The extensive list of indicators and measures provides a voluminous amount o f data, all of which is required to fully understand the performance of a system. While shorte r lists of key measures may reflect overall performance, the detailed information reviewed herein enables one to begin a more extensive analysis of transit system performance.

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TABLE 1 Performance Review Indicators a .nd Measures Performance lndlca1ora Me.aa.ur es Effleloney MGas:ures Service Area Pop u lation Servic Supply Cost Effidonc.y Vehicle M iles Por capita Op e rati ng Exp. P e e Gaplta Passenger Tri ps Op e r. &p. P e r Capila (8 4 $ Passenge r M il &s Service Consumption Operating Exp. Per Peak Vehlcf& Passeng M Trips Per Capita ()per E;cp. Pet Vehi-cl e (84 $) V ehicle Miles Passenger Trips Ptr Rev OpOtat ing Exp. Per Passenger Tr i p Revenue Miles Passenger Trips Per Rev. Hour Oper Exp. Per P ass. Trip (8 4 $} Veh i cle Hours Oper at ing Exp. Passeng.ar Mile Revtnue Houl'$ Quality of Service Ope<. Exp Per Pass. Mi l o (84 $) Route Miles Avorage Speed Operating E.xp. Per Revenue Mil & Ave age Age of Aee! (In yeats} Oper. Eicp. Per Revenue M i l e (84 $} Tota l Operat in g Expense Number ot Accident& Ope rating E.xp. Per Revenue Hour Tota l Operat i ng Expense (1984 $) To tal Roadcalb Opo r Exp. P ot Rovonue H ou r (84 $) Total Maintenance Expense Rev. Miles Between Accidents Mai n t e n a n ce Exp. Per Reve nue Mile Total Main tenance Expe-nse (1984 S) Aov. Miles Sotween A:>a dcaUs Maint. Exp: ?er Revenue Mite(84 S) Total Caplla.l Expense Maint. Exp. Per Op e rating Expense T otal capital (1984 $} AvaiUabillty Revenue Miles A:>uto Mi t e O p 4 rati ng R a tio s T otal Local Revenue Farebox Recovety Operating Reve n u e Local Revenue Per Oper. Expe nse Passenger fare Revenues Qpe1. Revenue Per Operating Ex p Total Employeos Vehi c le Utili zation Tran$portation O p etating Emp lo yees Vehicl e Miles Per Pea k Vehic le Mai ntenance Employees VehiCSe Hours Pot ?oak Vehic le Admin i strative Employees Revenue Mile$ Per Vehic l e Mi les Reve nue M i les TotaJ Vehicles Vehi c les Avai la ble for Max.. Service P.e\lenue Hou r s P et T otal Vehic:lu Vehi cles Operated in Max Service Spare Aatlo Ybor PrQductivity Revenue Hours Per Total GaiJona Consumed Revenue Hours Per EmpJoyoe Kilowatt Hours of Pfoputs.ioo Power Revenue Hour s Per Ma int. Emp l oyoe Revenue Hou rs Per Admin. Empl oyee VehiOJe Miles Per Ma in t Employee Pas&&nger l'ri ps Per Employee T otal Vehicles Pef Malnt. Employee Total Vehi cles Per Admin Emp loyee Energy Veh icle Miles Per Gallon Vehic:k MiiH Per Kilowatt Hour

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MANATEE COUN1Y TRANSIT Svstem Profile Manatee County Transit is a division within the Department of Public Works of Manatee County and is governed by the Board of County Commissioners The system provides service to the urbanized parts of Manatee County and operates flxed-route motorbus services as well as demand-response transportatio n serv ices. Vehicle maintenance and other various services are contracted from other county departments. The current fare structure is as follows: base fare elderly and ha ndicapped (all day) children under 36" babe in arms transfers Saturday f are student (10-ride pass) student ( 40-ride pass) adult (10 ride pass) adult ( 40-ride pass) senior (10-ride p ass) $ 1.00 $ 0.50 $ 0.50 Free Free $ 0.50 $ 6.00 $20.00 $ 8.50 $30.00 $ 3.00 The fixed-route base fare was increased from 80 cents to $1.00 in March 1987. Manatee County Trans it reports that roadcalls and accidents are strictly defined and reported according to UMTA Section 15 guidelines. A description of the reporting procedure for these measures was not provided and cannot be verifled. During the 1984-1988 time period, a new administrative complex was constructed and the courthouse transfer station was refurbished Tables 2 through 4 present the tabular data for Manatee County Transit and Figures 1 through 20 graphically present selected indicators and measures.

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TABLE 2 HAHATEE COUNTY TRANSIT X Change TRANSIT SYSTEH OATA FIKEO ROUTE TRANSil SERVICES X change Annualized 1964 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1984-1989 1984 PERfORMANCE lHDICATORS Service Area Population <000) 165.50 110.60 175.90 181.70 \87.50 19Z.70 16.44X 3.09X Passenger Trips (000) 805.20 626.70 571.30 566 38 525.58 .70% .011: Passenger Hiles (000) 2, 730.16 2,898.70 2,585.32 2,774.60 2 279.98 2,488.91 .84% .83% Vehicle Hiles(000 ) 640.8 0 616.30 572.10 588.10 576.33 557.64 1 2.98% .74X Revenue Ml to.s (00 0 ) 618.20 591.70 530.60 532.50 557.28 538.42 12.91% .73% Vehicle Hours (000) 38.00 42.60 37.60 36.00 35.17 33.99 10.55% .21% Revonue Hour& (000) 36 .10 39.70 34.30 34.50 33. 68 32.68 .47X .91X Route Miles 158.0 0 1 63.40 1 87 .80 167.20 1 42.40 147.80 6 .46X .33% Tot a l Opcrattns (000) St, 103. 0 0 S1,359.90 S1,383.00 $1,160.70 Sl,333.34 S1 ,354.40 22.79 % Tota l Operating coo o of 1984 S> S1, 103.00 S 1,3 0 1 .4 2 S1,275.88 $1,050 .46 Sl 163.26 $1,133.18 2.74% 0.54% Total Maintenance Expense (000) S223.91 S248 86 $307.0 3 S213.57 $310.64 S368.98 64.79% 10.51% Total Mainten S408.3 0 $3\7.60 $52.90 >282.30 S615.33 S1, 189.78 191.40% 23.85% fatal capital bpense (000 of 1984 S) $408.30 $303.94 $48.80 S255.49 S536.84 $995.45 143 .80X 19.51X Total local Revenue (000) $829.47 $931.72 S1, 0 53.11 $ 1 ,1 0 6.79 $1,042.11 St, 168.09 40.82X . 7 .09X Operating Revenue (000) S285.58 S321.56 S253.53 S269.49 $268.85 $295.82 3 .58 X 0.71\ Passenger Fa.res (000) $272.75 S249. 70 $226.22 5226 49 $225.36 $239.33 1 2.25X .58X Eff1)toyees 34.50 33.20 35.30 32.30 28.52 26.46 3.30% .17% Transportat ion operating Errployc-es 29.60 28.30 30.90 29.90 2 5 3 0 22.35 .49% .46% H e i nten.ance Eff1)l oyees 0.0 0 0.00 0.0 0 0.00 0.0 0 1.50 n/a n/a Administrat i ve Employees 4 .90 4.90 4.40 2.40 3.22 2.61 46. 73% 1 1.84X Vehicles Availab l e For Haximum Service 19.00 19.00 18. 00 15.00 13.00 18.00 5.26X .08% Vehicles Operated in Max. Ser vice 13.00 14.00 11.0 0 1 1.00 9.00 9.00 30 .77X .09X Spare Ratio 46.15% 35. 71X 63 64X 36 .36X 44 .C.4X 1 00.00% n/a n/a Total Gat tons consU'.f'IOd (00 0) 1 70.00 1 40.30 139.10 134. 00 123.2 5 110.05 35.26% .33% NOTE: Revis ions to 1 98 7 data by county

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TA8lf 3 MAHATEE COUNlY TRANSIT X Change E FFECTIVE NESS MEASURES X C h ange Annua l izcd 1 984 1985 1986 1 987 1 988 1 989 1984 1 989 1984 1 989 SfRVIt'C SIWPLY Ythfcte Miles Per c.plte 3.87 3 .61 3.25 3.24 3.07 2.89 ZS.26X S.66X CONSUMPTION P assenger Tri ps Per capita 4.58 4 72 3 56 3.1 4 3.02 2.73 40.48% 9.86X Piu. Trip$ Per Revenue Mfle 1.23 1.36 1.16 1.07 1.02 0 9 8 -2G.41X 4.47X Pou trips Per aecur 21.01 20.28 18. 27 16.56 16.82 16.08 .45X S.ZOX QUALITY OF SERVICE Av11rage Spatd (lt. N./R. H ) 1 7 1 2 1 4 9 0 1 5 7 0 15. 43 1 6 .55 16. 4 8 .79X 0 77X Average A ge of fleet i n Years 2.90 3.70 4 .10 4.30 5.30 5.30 82.76X 12.82% M\.d>er of A ccldonts 18.00 8.00 10.00 16.00 21.00 18.00 o.oox o.oox roul R oad calls 220.00 90.00 97.00 ZS7.00 291.00 379.00 n.m 11.,9'X lltevenu e M H e-t Per A c cident (000) 34.34 73.96 53.86 33.28 26.54 29.91 12.91 X z :nx Rtv e n u o M1les Per Roadcatt (00 0 ) 2.81 6 5 7 5.55 2 07 1.92 1.'2 .44X 12.7SX AVAII.A8tUTT Reverue K i ls Pe r ROUte M t le 3.91 3.62 2.87 3.18 3.91 3.64 .89X .42X

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TABlE 4 HAMATE COUNlY TRANSIT X Change EfFICIENCY MEASURES X Change Annual hed 1 984 1 985 1986 1 907 1988 1989 1984 1984 COSf EfFICIENCY Optrttlng Expense Per Capi t o $6.66 $7.97 $7.86 16.39 $7 .11 J7.03 5.46X 1.07X Oper. E)l.p. Per Capita (1984 $) $6.66 S7.63 $7.25 15.78 $6.20 SS.88 .76% .47X Optrat)ng EXpeMe Per Peak .Vel\lcle (000) $84 .85 S97. 14 $125.73 $105.52 1148 15 S150.49 77.37X 12.14% Optr. EX$>. Per Peat Vehicle (1984 $000) S84.85 192.96 $115.99 $95.50 1129. 25 $125.91 48.40% 8.21% Operating Pe r Past. Trip S 1.45 S1.69 S2.Z1 $2.03 $2.35 12.58 77.19% 12.12% Op. Exp. Per Pass. Trip (1984 I > $ 1.45 $1.62 $2.04 S1.84 $2.05 S2.16 48.2SX 8.19X Op. Exp. Per PaH. HUe S0.40 S0.47 s o .S3 S0.42 S0 58 $0.54 34.69% 6.14% Op. Exp. Pass. Mile (1984 S ) $0.40 $0.45 $0.49 10.38 SO.S1 S0.46 12.69% 2.42% Opereting Exp. Per Revfl'!Ue Mlto $1.78 S2.30 S2. 5 7 12. 18 S2.39 S 2.S2 40.99% 7.111 Opor. Exp Pe r Rev. Mile (1984 I ) $1.78 12.20 sz.n 11.97 12.09 S2.10 17.96X 3.36% Oporetlng EXp. Per Rcvnue Kour $30.55 $14 .25 $40.32 133.64 $39.59 S4U4 35 .64X 6.29% Oper. Exp.Per Rev. lfovr (1984 S) $30.55 S32. 78 S37.20 1 30.45 $l4 54 $34.68 13.49% 2.56% M mlnlonance E .xp. Per R evenue Nile $0.36 S0 .42 $ 0 57 S0.40 S0.56 10.69 89.21 X 13.60% Mofnt. EXp. Per Rev. "Itt (1984 S ) S0.36 S0.40 S0.53 S0.36 S0 .49 s0.57 58.30X 9.62% Netntonanc:e Exp. Pe r Optratlng Exp. 20.30% 18.30X 22.20% 18.40X 23.30% 27.24X 34.20% 6.06% OPUA T I NG JtA Tl OS Paas. Fares Per Operetfng Exp. 24.13% 18.36X 16.36% 19.51X t6.90X 17.61X .54X 6.50X locel Rtverue Per Ope.r. Ellp. 75.20X 68.96% 76.15X 95.36X 78.16X 1!6.24X 14.68% 2.m Operating evenue Per Oper. hp. 25.1191: 23.65X 18.331 23.2ZX 20 .16X 21.84X .64X .34X VEMICLE UTtllLATION V ehicle M i l.s Per Peak Vthlc: l e (000) 49 29 44.02 52.01 53.46 64.04 6 1. 96 25. 70X ,,68X V t hfcle Hours Per Pea k Vthlclt (000> 2.92 3.04 3.42 3.27 3 .91 3 .78 29.20% 5 .26X Revenue Miles Per Vehicle Milt$ 0.965 0.960 0.941 0.905 0.967 0.966 o.oax 0.02X Rovanue Milt$ Per Totet V t hfcltc (000 > 32.54 3 1.14 29.92 35.50 42.87 29.91 8 .01X .67X Revenue Hours Per Tota l V ehic les (000) 1.90 2.09 1. 91 2.30 2.59 1.82 4.44X 0 .91X LABOR PROOUCTIVJTl' RtVeNt H ours Per foul E_,loyee (000) 1.05 1.20 0.97 1.07 1.18 1.24 18.03% 3.37X Revenue llours Pe-r Oper E-.:>loyu (000) 1.22 1.40 1.11 1.15 1.33 1.46 19.1191: 3.69X Revenue Kours Pe r Kalnr. ll!ployH (000) "'' n/a n/8 n/1 n/8 21.79 n/8 n/a Revenue IIOI.H"S Per Aloyte (000) 7.37 8.10 7.!0 14.38 10 .46 12.52 69.9SX 11. 19X Hiles Per Hafnt. (000) nJ n/a nta n/o n/8 371.76 n/a n/a P1ssenger Trips Per Totat Empt. (000> 21.98 24.25 17.75 17.69 19.86 19.1!6 .64X Z.01X Total Per Maint. Employee n/a n/a n/a "'' n/a 12.00 n/a n/8 Totti Vehicle$ Per Acbin. Employoe 3.88 3.88 4.09 6.25 4 04 6 .90 77 .86% 12.2\ X . ENERGY UTil12ATJON Vthlc:le Hiles Per Gallon 3.77 4.39 4. 11 4.39 4.68 5.07 34.43X 6.10X

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Coroments/Modificatjons CMt\NC) The following are modifications to original Section: 15 data made to reflect more current or more correct data. .. 1984 passenger miles reported as 5,803 ,700 miles. This revised to 2,730,160 based on the following formula which uses 1985 ave rag e trip length data due to the lack of 1984 data: (1985 trip length) x (1984 passenger trips) = (1984 passenger mi l es) 35999 x 758,400 = 2,730,164 passenger miles The number of maintenance and administrative employees in 198 4 (and the refore total employees) were changed to reflec t update d numbers prov ided by agency. Vehicles available for maximum service in 1984 were changed to 19 to reflect an updated number provided by the agency 1986 passenger miles were reported as questionable. The agency provided the following number: 2,585,319 passenger miles. 1987 passenger niiles; passenger t r ips, revenue miles, and revenue dollar i nformation were all changed to reflect updated information provided by th' e agency in 10/88 revisions to fiscal year 1987 Section 15 report. NOTE: The ridership numbers for Manatee County reported in Section 15 differ significantly from the operator trip sheet sums for some years. Sample design errors have been identified for some years adding additional concern as to the accuracy of the ridership data. The Section 15 numbers are used in t his appendix even though the authors feel that t here may be errors in these numbers for some years. Despite this concern, the general trends appear to be correct

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE 1 Service Area Population 2oh 215 ------------.. -----. ... Manatee County Transit FIGURE 2 Passenger Trips 1,2150 1,000 FIGURE 3 Vehicle M iles and Reverue Miles -1as 1----------660 ....... --... .. --_ .. ___ . ... 5110 .. 510 435 t------------------380 1084 1081 1088 -Vt'-tM Mle l -....,.,... W.1Jee Manatee Coun t y Transit 1089

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FIGURE 4 TotaJ Operating E x p e nse loiOUon s1.a;:::=--,----. ---..,.-------, . $1.0 -1-----,--------,...-----------' s 1.4 :::;;;;:::==:::::::::----------------$1.2 $1.0 -----------------1 $0.8 -----::------------:------". 1964 1986 .... 1987 1988 Aclvaf lni&atlon-Adf utt&d Manatee County Transit F I GURE 5 Passenger Fare Revenues 1989 T I'IOU*an
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FIGURE 7 Vehicles AvaUable and Vehicles Operated For Max imum Service 20 .... ---0 .... .... 1988 1987 1986 ,. . Manatee County Trans i t

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.. EFFECI'IVENESS MEASURES FIGURE 8 Veh icle Miles Per Capita -.-----:------...,_.,.------, Manatee Transit FIGURE 9 Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile ---------------, 1,$ 1.0 2 0 .... .... 1986 1988 1987 1988 Manatee Transit FIGURE 10 Average Age of Fleet Manatee County Transit : . .... 1989 1989

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FIGURE 19 Revenue Hours Per Employee T.soo,----,------------, 1,360 1,200 > Manatee County Trans i t FIGURE 20 Passenger Trips Per Empl oyee 3 7 ,000-r--------------33,000 29,000 Manatee County Transit

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FIGURE 11 RevenueMi les Between Accidents 7s,ooor----,,-------------, 85,000 46,000 36,000 1988 1988 1989 Manatee County Transit . FIGURE 12 Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls 1<,000r-----------------, 12.000 10,000 ... 8,000 . Manatee County Transit

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EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 13 Operating Expense Per Capita $9.00,-------------, $8.00 -===::-----. ... '\'984 ,986 1988 1987 1988 1989 -Actual Ratio -rnflatf on-Adjuated Manatee County Transit FIGURE 14 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip ;s.oo.-----------------, $2.75.:. s2.sol $2.25 i ... . . . $2.00 J ...... s ,,76 t ....... $f. li0 j .. \984 1988 1989 Manatee County Transit FIGURE 15 Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile $2.50 $2.30 $2.10 $1.90 1984 .... .... 1$87 1988 -Actual Rallo fnl llitlon-AdJu.er.d Manatee County Transit

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FIGURE 16 Maintenance E x pense Per Revenue Mile 1984 1985 $88 1987 $88 Aetuai Ratio -lnllQtlon-AdJueted Manatee County Transit FIGURE 1 7 Farebox Recovery 1989 Manatee County Transit AGURE 18 Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle 82,000i--...... _____ ____ _ _ 57,000 ...... _,. .... ----------/. v : 1989 Manatee County Transit

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STATEWIDE TREND ANALYSIS Table 5 provides a summary of statewide trends in selected key indicators and measures for the time period from 1984 to 1988. This table indicates how many Florida syst ems exhibited an increasing trend, a decreasing trend, or no change in the indicator or measure unde r cons i deratio n Perforoance lndi!rlltors All sixteen (16) Florida transit systems experienced an increasing trend in service area population, indicating an increase in the potential fo r greater transit ridership. However, only nine (9) systems show an increasing trend in the number of passenger trips, while the remaining seven (7) systems experienced a decline. The amount of s e rvice provided increased for t he majority of the Flori d a systems; thi rteen (13) of the sixteen ( 16) systems show an increase in vehicle mil es a n d re v e nue mil es of fixed route service. All sixteen (16) systems experie n ced an increasing trend in total operatin g expense; however, three (3) systems did show a decline i n ope r a t ing exp ense when the numbe r was ad j usted for in flation. At the sam e t ime, passenger fare revenues have i ncreased in e l even (11) o f the sixtee n (16) systems. However, w h en adjusted for inflation, passenger fare revenues increased on only six (6) of the sixteen (16) systems while ten (10) systems experienced a decreasing trend. The number of employees increased in nine (9) systems, with the remaining seven (7) systems experienced a decline in employment. Eight (8) systems show an inc r ease in veh i cles a v ailable for maximum service, while nine (9) show an increase in vehicles operated in maximum service. Effectiveness Measures The number of vehicle miles per capita has increased in seven (7) systems and declined in the other nine (9) The performance as measured by passenger trips per revenue mile indicates that only four ( 4) systems have increased ridership with respect to revenue miles of service. Twelve (12) of the sixteen (16) systems experienced an increase i n the average age of their fleet from 1984 to 1988. Nine (9) systems exhibited an increasing trend in revenue miles per accident and ten (10) systems show an increasing trend in revenue miles per roadcall Efficiency Measures Fourteen (14) systems experienced an i ncrease in operating expense per capita, but only nine (9) show an increase after the expense is adjusted for inflation Likewise, fourteen (14) systems indicated an increase in operating expense per passenger trip (thirteen (13) after adjusting for inflation). Operating expense per revenue mile increased in fifteen (15) Florida: systems (ten (10) after the adjustment for inflation). A

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similar trend is observed for maintenance expense per reve nue mile where fourteen (14) systems experienced an increase (eleven (11) after the adjustment for inflation). The farebox recovery ratio (passenger fares divided by total operating expense) increased for only two (2) of the sixteen (16) systems, a result of expenses increasing at a f aster rate than passenger fare revenues. Vehicle miles per peak vehicle increased in twelve (12) systems, while revenue hours per total employee and passenger trips per employee i ncreased in twelve (12) and seven (7) systems, respectively. Figures 21 through 42 illustrate the percent changes for in d ivid u al F l orida transit systems for the measures surnroarizea above. The abbreviations listed below are used to identify t he Florida transit systems throug hout this appendix. In addition, the Florida systems are always cons i dered in order from largest to smallest, beginning with Metro-Dade Transit Agency and concluding with Smyrna Transi t System. Also, the analysis in cludes only fixed-route motorbus service, except f o r Metro Dade which includes a rail s ystem and a peoplemover. The da ta an alysis for each F lorida system includes th e calculation or percent change from 1984 to 1988 for the indicators and measures, except for Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA). Because PSTA merged with the St. Petersburg Municipal Transit System in 1984, the percent change is calc u lated from 1985 to 1988 to eliminate the inclusion of merger effects on the 1984 data . MDTA Metro Dade Transit Agency BROW Broward Transit Division JXTA Jacksonville Transportation Authority HART Hillsborough Area Regional Transit PSTA Pinellas Suncoast Trans it Authority OTCf Tri County Transit (Orlando) PBCf Palm Beach County Transportation Authority TAL T Tallahassee Transit Authority ARTS Regional Transit System (Gainesville) VOLT East Volusia Transit Authority ECTS Escambia County Transit System LCTS Lee County Transit Authority SCAT Sarasota County Area Transit LAMT Lakeland Area Mass Transit District MANC Manatee County Transit SMTS Smyrna Transit System

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TABLE 5 S t atewide Trends i11 Key Indicators and Measures Florida Systems With: Increasing Decreasin g Ko PERFORMANCE: INOl C A TORS Trend Trend Chor"'ge Service Area Popul a tion 16 0 0 Passenger Tr;ps 9 7 0 Vehicle Mites 13 3 0 Revenue Hiles 13 3 0 Tot a l Operating Expense 16 0 0 Total Operating (1984 S) 13 3 0 P a s s enger Fare Revenues 11 s 0 Passenger Fare (1984 S> 6 1 0 0 Total Eapl oyees 9 7 0 Vehicles Available for Maximum service 8 7 1 Vehicl es Opersted Sn Ser vice 9 4 3 EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES Vehicle Hiles Per Capita 7 9 0 PtSSCr"'gCr Trip$ Per Revenue Mile 4 1Z 0 Ave. rage Age of Fleet 1Z 4 0 Rcwnuo Hiles Setwcen Accidents 9 7 0 Rovtnue Hiles Between Roadcalls 10 6 0 EFFtCIENCY MEASURES Oper3ting Expense Per Capi t& 14 z 0 Operating Expense Per Capita (1984 S) 9 7 0 operating Expense Per Passenger Tdp 14 z 0 Operating Expense Per Passenger T rip < 1984 S) 13 3 0 Operating Expcnso Per Revenue Mile 1S 0 Expense Per Revenue HUe (1984 S) 10 6 Maintenance Ex,pense Per Revenu e M; l e 14 z 0 Expense Per Re\lenue Ht l e C1984 $) s F arebox Recovery z 1 4 0 Vehicle Kiles Per Peak Vehicl e 1 Z 4 0 Jtevenue Hours Per 1Z 3 1 Trips Per Eq>loyee 7 9 0

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. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS .... .... 1511 '"" ... 011 "' 8 0 R 1 0 A w 8011 8011 4011 2011 011 11 ... ,. ..,.. w 8 0 R T 0 A w J X 1 A F IGURE 21 Service Area Population Percent Change 1984 1988 H p 0 p 1 A v E l s A s 1 8 A R 0 c c c A 1 c c l 1 l T T A 1 A 1 T T s 1 s 1 l A .. T Summary of Statewide Trends F I GURE 22 Passenger Trips Percent Change 1984-1g88 J H P P T A V E L S l X A S T 8 A A 0 C C C A T R T C C L T L T T A M A T A T T T S T S S T T Summary of Statewide Trends FIGURE 23 Vehicle M iles Percen t Chan ge 1984-1988 ... ... ... ""' .. ... "' s A "' N 1 c s 60" 60 .. 40,. 2 0 .. 011 '1i -.co .. -oc .. "' s A "' N T c s -r--------------------r ..,.. .... .... .... . .. 11 -% w s A M w 8 J H p 0 p 1 A v E l s l 0 R X A s T 8 A R 0 () c c A N T c s T 0 T R T c c l 1 l T T A w A w A T A 1 T T 8 T 8 1 1 Summary of Sta t ewide T rends

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. . """ "' .... ... -20"" 7 0 $0 .. 60" 40 .. 30 .. 20" ... ... M 0 T A B R 0 w M B 0 A T 0 A W 100 .. .... """ 4 0 .... o .. 'Jo --40 .. """" FIG URE 24 Rev e n u e M Uea P e rc ent C h ange 1984 1988 J .. p 0 p T A v E l s l X A $ T A R 0 c c c A T R T c c L T L T T A .. A T A T T T s T s s T T Su mmary of S tatewi d e Trend s FI G URE 25 Total Operating Expe n s e Percent C h a n ge 198 4-1988 J H P 0 P T A Y l S L X A S C T B L A R 0 C C C A T R T C T L T T A M A T A T T T S T S S T T Summary ol Stat ew i de T r e nd s FIG U R E 26 Pass e n ge r F are Revenues Perce n t Change 1984-1988 : . ' . """ .... ... .. 20" M $ A M N T c s . 70" ... .... ... 3 0 .. ... 1 0 .. ... M S A M N T c $ .... ... """ 40 .. 20 .. ... "20'1o 40'6 0'1o M B J H P 0 P T A V E L S l W s 0 R X A S T B A R 0 C C C A A T 0 T R T C C l T l l T A M N A W A T A T l T 4 T 4 S T T C S um mary o f St a tew i d e T r ends .. T s

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FIGURE 27 Total Employees Percen t Change 1984-1988 30'l 20'l 10 .. OS 10 ,., 2011 'J. .-----lo f-;._:--------------''---------i .. .. .. .. 60'1. ... B 0 R T 0 A w J H P 0 P T A V E L S l M S X A S T 8 A R 0 C C C A A M T R T C C L T L T T A M N T A T A T T T S T S S T T C S Summary of Statewide Trends FIGURE 28 Vehicles Available for Maximum Ser vice Percent Change 1984-1988 o .. r-------------------------,40" 20'1o o .. 204,4 40" S -80'1o .. B 0 R T 0 A w J H P 0 P T A V E l S L XAST e AROCCCA T R T C C L T L T T A M A T A T T T S T S S T T Summary of S1atewide Trends FIGURE 29 20'l o .. -20'Ao S 'Ji M s A M N c T s Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service Percen t Change 1984-1988 4 0 Sr---------------------,,-------,40S 20'1o 20'l O'lo o .. 20'1o '1o -40S -o s 60f. so .. 8 J H p 0 p T A v E L s L .. s 0 R X A s T 8 A R 0 c c c A A .. T 0 T R T c c L T L T T A .. N T A w A T A T T T S T 8 s T T c s Summary at Stat ewide Trends

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EFFECTIVENESS MEASURES .... .... ... '1o .. 40'1. "' 0 T A FIGURE 30 Vehicle Miles Per Cap i ta Pereent Change 1984-1988 i B J H p 0 p T A v E L s L M R X A s T B A R 0 c c c A A 0 T R T c c L T L T T A .. N w A T A T T r e T S s T T c Summary o f Statewide Trends F IGUR E 31 Passenger Trips Per Revenue Mile Pereent Change 1984-1988 ... 20" o .. 11 ... o .... s .. T s 0 ... -o .. -60 .. B H p 0 p T A v e L L M R X A s T 8 A R 0 c c c A A .. 0 T R T c c L T L T T ... H T W A T A T T T S T s T T c s Summary o f Statewide Trends FIGURE 32 Average Age of Fleet Percent Change 1984-1988 ...... .soo-.. 400.. 400'.1't 300.. 300,; 200" 200 .. 100.. 100.. ... o .. 100.. 100.. .. 8 J H p 0 p T v E L L .. 0 R X A s T 8 R 0 c c c A A .. T 0 T R T c c L T L T T .. N T A W A T A T T T s T s T T c Summary of Statewide Trends

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FIGURE 33 Revenue M iles Between Accidents Percent Change 1984-1988 ...... 1$0 .. 1200. 1201' 80S so .. 40 .. 40S OS o .. <40t. 40'1. S -80S .. 8 J H p 0 p T A v E l s l .. s 0 A X A s T 8 A A 0 c c c A A .. T 0 T A T c c l T l T T H T A w A T A T T T s T s s T T c s Summary of Statewide Trends FIGURE 34 Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls Percent Change 1984-1988 300S I -cos . U B J H P 0 P T A V L S T 0 T A T C C l l T T A A W A T A T T T S T S S 1 T Summary of Statew ide Trends 40044 300':' 200% 100.. ... -100S ... s A M N T c s

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8 0'1. SG 4 G 30 20 10'lo 0 ... " 1 0'fo EFFICIENCY MEASURES : FIGURE 35 Operating Expense Per Capita Percent Change 198 4-1988 I ' : 60 ... .,... o" 30 ... 20 ... 10" o .. 1 0'1. M 8 0 R T 0 : : I g 1 A T C 0 L T L 1 T A M A T A T T T S T S S T T .. s .. N T w c s Summary of Statewide Trends FIGURE 36 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip Percent Change 198 4-1988 100'J. tOO % 80f. $0'J. 60" .,... '0'J. 40'J. 2 0'Jo 20'1. . 0" OS -20"(. 20"4 M 8 J H P 0 P T A V E L S L M S 0 R A S T 8 A R 0 C C C A A M 1 0 T R T C C L T L T T A M H T A W A T A T T T S T S S T T C 5 Summary o f Statewide Trends FIG URE 37 Operating Expense Per Revenu e Mile P erce n t Change 198 4 1988 60 I 20" . : . . : : : . . . .. 20'1. M B J H P 0 P T A V E L S L D A X A S 1 8 A R 0 C C C A T 0 T A T C C L 1 L T T A M A W A 1 A 1 T 1 S T S S T T Summary of Statewide Trends 60 .. 2 0 .. o .. -20'1. .. s .. H T c s

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.... FIGURE 38 Maintenance Expense Per Revenu e Mile 90" 6 0 .. 30S o .. .. 8 0 R T 0 A w -40S 'Jio Percent Change 1984-1988 . J H p 0 p T A v E L s L X A s T A R 0 c c c A T R T c c L T L T T A .. A T A T T T s T s s T T Summary of Statew i de Trends FIGURE 39 Farebox Recovery P e rcent Change 1984-1988 ' M 8 J H P 0 P T A V E L S L 0 R X A 8 1 8 A A 0 C C C A T 0 T R T C C L T L 1 T A M A W A l A 1 T T S T S S T T Summary o f Statewide Trends FIGURE 4 0 Vehicl e MUes Per Peak Vehicle Pe rcent Change 1984-1988 1 20" 80S 4 0 .. I o .. I -Mr. .. 8 J H p 0 p T A v E L s L D R X A 8 T 8 A A 0 c c c A T 0 T R T c c L T L T T A .. A w A T A T T T 8 T a a T T Summary of S t atewide Trends 120'S 90S eo" 30 .. o .. 30,.. .. s A .. H T c s - -1 2 0"'-eo" ,.,,
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-" ... 0 T A 8 R 0 w FIGURE 4 1 Revenue Hours Per Employee Percen t Change 1984 1988 : J H p 0 p T A v E L s L X s T A R 0 c c c A T R T c c L T L T T A ... A T A T T T s T s s T T Summary of Statewide Trends FIGURE 42 Passenger Trips Per Employee Percent Change 1984-1988 . ... A N c "1o .tO% s ... T s l2.0,. eo .. ... o .. .. 1i 8 J H P 0 P T A V E L S L S R X A S T 8 A A 0 C C C A A M 0 l A T C C l T L T T A W H T W A T A T T T S T $ S T T C S Summary o f Statewid e Trends

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PEER PROCESS The methodology for the selection of peers for the statewide peer review is relatively simple in nature and is summarized in this appendix. The selection process is based on operating variables (number of motorbus vehicles in maximum service, vehicle miles, vehicle hours, average speed, route miles, number of days service is provided) as well as exogenous variables (geographic location, service area population, service area population density). The selection process also includes a fmal r eview to check for reasonableness and extrao rdinary conditions This final review narrows each group to include approximately ten to twenty similar transit systems (including Flor i da transit systems). Figure 43 illustrates the methodology t ha t is d escribed in this appendix. Although the peer review analysis will be conducted using data reported in 1988 Section 15 re po r ts, the selection of peers was based on data reported in the "1984 Urban Mass Transportation Administration Section 15 Report. This was necessary since 1988 data was not readily available for systems outside Florida. Once non-Florida t ransit systems were determined to be potential or backup peers, these systems were contacted di re ctly in order to request a complete copy of their 1988 Section 15 report, Initially, all Florida systems currently reporting Section 15 data were placed into categories bas e d on the number of vehicles operated in maximum service (excluding Space Coast Area Transit since it does not provide any fixed route s ervice). These categories were selected based on a review of basic operating characteristics of Florida as well as several exogenous variables. These variables included the number of vehicles operated in maximum service, vehicle miles, vehicle hours, average speed, population and population density. This data review resulted in the selection of four categori e s: 1-9 vehicles, 10-49 vehicles, 50-200 vehicles, and greater than 200 vehicles. Since four categories were established, four peer reviews wer e conducted, one for each vehicle category Systems were placed into these categories since it is expected that systems of similar size tend to have similar characteristics such as comparable overhead, similar infrastructure, and similar levels of authority within the respective organizations. The next step in the methodology was to select peers for each category from outside the state of Florida. The main objective was to have at least as many non-Florida systems as Florida systems in each vehicle category. All systems that belong to one of the four categories above and reported Section 15 data in 1987 were considered for peer seiection.

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Systems in these potential peer categories th at were outside the specified geographic location were immediately eliminated from each vehicle category except for the category with greater than 200 vehicles. Transit systems opera t ing in a similar geographic area are typically subjected to many of the same exogenous variables including weather, labo r cost, historical transit ridership t rends, and density. The specified geographic area basically included the southeastern part of tbe United States (including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississ ippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas). For the purpose of this appendix, only the 10-49 Motorbus Vehicles pee r category will be presented. This is the peer group with which the Manatee County Department of Transportation was categorized.

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FJGURE 43 Peer Selection Categorize Florida Systems Based On Number Of Vehicles Add Systems From Outside Florida For Each Fleet Category Eliminate S ystems Not Within Specified Geographic Area Test For Similarity For 3 Key Variables . I I Decision Variable #t Decision Variable #2 Decision Variable #3 ;:>opulation Density Vehicle M iles Average Speed S elect Peers From Systems Similar For 2 Or More Variables Final Review Of All Data

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PEER REVIEW 10 9 MotQrbus Vehicles There are ten Florida transit systems and 173 non-Florida transit systems which operate 10 motorbus vehicles in maximum service throughout the United States. Thirty-seven non-Florida syst ems remain after eliminating those systems not located in the speci fied geographic l ocation. These systems underwent further review in orde r to establish which syst ems were most sim ilar to the group of Florida systetns in this category Three m ajor decision varia b les were used in this p r o c ess including population density, vehicle miles of service, and average s peed. The range (f rom l ow to high ) was derived for each of these variab l e s for the Flo rid a t r ansit systems. Each range was e xpanded by ten percent at the lo w end and ten perc e nt at th e high end. All non-Flor ida syst e ms that d id not fall withi n the expand e d range were determined t o not be simila r fo r the decision va r iable under consi dera t i on A n on-Florida system was determined to be a peer if i t was withi n the expan ded range of all th ree decision variables. E l even t ransi t systems were e limin ated as a res ult of applying these decision variables. A final review o f th e 26 remaining non Florida transit systems was conducted in o rder t o te st for unreasonab le and/or extraordinary con ditions. This process included a review of data used previously i n the narrowing process as well as a consideration of some addi tion al factors such as p a ssenger t rips, route miles and number of days servic e is provided. If unre asonab le and/ or extraordinary cond iti ons were de te cted for a given system, thll.t system was e limin ated from the group. This final review also resulted in each remaining non Florida system being placed into on e o f two classifications : preferred peer o r back up peer. Backup peers are selected as a precaution s in ce there may be some proble m s i n obtain in g 1988 data o n systems selected as preferred peers. The selected peers for the 10-49 motorbus vehicles category are in dicated below. Florida Transit Systems PBCf TALT ARTS VOLT ECI'S LCfS SCA T Palm Beach County T ran sportation Au!hority (FL) Tallahassee Transit System ( FL) Alachua County Regional Transit System (FL) East Volusia Transportation Authority (FL) Escambia T ransit System (FL) Lee Co unty Transit System (FL) Sarasota County Transpo rtation Authority ( FL )

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LAMT Lakeland Area Mass Transit (FL) MANC Manatee County Department of Transportation (FL) Non-Florida Transit Systems CORP Corpus Christi Regional Transit Authority (TX) ROUG Baton Rouge -Capital Transportation Corp. (LA) SHRE Shreveport Area Transit System (LA) JACK Jackson Transit System JTRAN (MS) RALE : Ral eigh--Capital Area Transit (N<;:) AMAR Amarillo Transit System (TX) SAVA Savannah--Chatham Area Transit Authority (GA) KNOX Knoxville Transit K-TRANS (TN) MOBI Mobile Transit Authority (AL) COLU Columbus T r ansit System METRA (GA) MONR City of Monroe Transit System (LA) ASHE Asheville Tran sit Authority (NC) BEAU Beaumont M unicip al Transit System (TX) Tables 6 through 8 present 1988 transit system data for the twenty-two peers which were selected from the 10-49 motorbus vehicles category. The ensuing charts, Figures 44 through 65, graphically present selected i ndicators and measures for these peers.

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lAB'LE 6 1049 HOTORBUS VEHICLE CATECiORY 1988 lQANSIT SYSTEM DATA PERfORMANCE JNO I C AlORS PSCT T A Ll AATS VOLT ecrs I.CTS SCAT LAHT Service Area P opulation <000> 831.20 1 82.50 182. 90 ]46.30 282.50 307.50 257.70 400 .40 Pt l lenQer Tri ps <000) 2,274.72 3,S41.08 1,73"2.68 2,149.42 1,049.90 1,136.24 827.32 452.08 Pusenaer Miles (000) 13,840.03 9,385.29 4,418.32 1, 952.86 4,784.28 4,368.24 3, 1Z4.8S 2,435.42 Vehicle Miles (000) 2,480.60 1,510.88 1,2.76.48 1,496.81 920.48 1,051.97 888.05 662.79 evenue Hilt$ (000) 2,189.90 1,404.82 1,230.46 1,391 48 901.10 993.53 810.36 659.90 Vthlcle Hours <000) 149.26 115.70 96.81 107.26 62.86 90.19 64.00 39.91 Revcnuo Hours (000) 138.90 110.03 93 .84 103.60 61.42 87.73 60.18 39,12 Route HUes 4 01.00 209.80 221.00 267.20 148.90 472.00 253.20 1 26.00 lottl Optrttlng E xpense (000) s s ,791.n 13,466.15 S2,897 .87 11,894.94 S2, 159.52 $2 29-8.90 11,927.20 S 88 1 Total M aintenanc e Expense (000) Sl, 117 .34 <803.63 <498.79 S665. 10 S 614. 1 7 S7 43 .9l $293.01 S 192.66 Tottl Capital (000) <44. 11 1 322.79 <650.20 S59.94 S530.37 $ 159.71 148.1, 4 s2.oa Total lex-at Revenue-(000) $4,.1&:2.82 13,234.84 S2, 182.62 Sl,35l.t.O 11,602.96 S1,.0.8.02 Sl,187.04 S925.97 Oporatfno lteve nue (000) Sl,61 4.65 S\,458.14 <673.53 S1,04\.03 $ 904.37 1447.98 <423.03 <421.05 P e11eneer Fare Jteverues (000) $ 1,048.04 $820.06 <620.24 S742.99 $ 517.99 1441.89 <412.88 S201.52 Total flrptoyees 128.00 98. 50 73.50 84.70 55.60 58.00 51.60 27.10 Tunsportatlon Operating fq>loytts 83.00 66.00 49.25 64.70 35.50 43.00 35.50 21.30 Eaployees 25.70 21.50 17.00 16.00 16. 10 10.00 9.50 4.00 AdMinistrative 19. 30 11.00 7.25 4 00 4.00 s.oo 6.60 1.80 Vehicles Avatlob l e for H axl.um Service 60.00 42.00 38.00 34.00 25.00 29.00 33.00 14.00 Vehfelet Operated I n Service 44.00 36.00 34. 0 0 27.00 18. 00 22.00 16.00 13.00 Spere Ratio 36.36X 1 6.61X 11.76X 25.93X 38.89X 31.82X 106.2SX 7.69X rotal Catlons Consuned <000> 550.47 04. 38 251.90 368 8 1 251.02 2 16.41 111.11 136.94

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fAll 6 (cont.) 10 ltOTORIUS VUIClf CATfGOitY 1988 TRAHSIT STST'EK DATA PEAfOlHA.NcE INDICATORS HANC ..... ROUG SHRE JACK Mlf NIAA .. $trvlce Area Population (000) 187.50 m.oo 404.66 158.93 215.00 145.00 94.92 Patltnger Trfps (000) 566.38 2,570.83 4,563.53 3,286.16 1,533.91 2,648.35 971.74 Pouenger Hiles cOOO> 2,279.98 10,858.55 19,181.98 11,44 7.36 6,549.12 8,674.74 3,057.94 Vohlclt Milt& 576.33 2,202.70 1,836.00 1,731.40 1,056.58 1,565.55 730.50 Rovonut Nllu (000) 557.28 1,972.52 1, 747.87 1,674.67 1,025.69 1,,92.98 711.88 Vthtcle Moura (000> 35.17 141.)5 132.14 131.23 73.05 119.13 51.00 ROVon$c <000> S310.64 $ 1,700.07 01,140.38 01,103 35 sm.sa $869.64 $ 376.05 Totet c.pttel COOO) $615.33 12,013.99 $2,504.45 SI08.7S so.oo $1,149.01 00.00 Tottl loc,al (000) S\,OU.11 19, UJ.30 S2,S70.21 s 2,99a.67 S2:, 148.04 12,590.32 $813.26 Optratfng ftevtn.Je <000> S268.M $806.35 S I,77S.09 S1,.l82.1S 1742.51 S1 ,247.13 S 240,8 1 P usenger far-e lltevet"WJd (000) S 225.36 $694.79 0828.03 $ 1,373.59 1666 .40 $1,232.44 SI7S.62 local fiiiiPloyee& 28. 52 164.60 129.00 99.90 69.10 101.00 38.00 Tranaportation Operating Employees 25.30 96.60 101.00 68.90 45.50 n.oo 29.00 Mtfnttnance 0.00 36.10 28.00 26 .00 20.70 19. 0 0 7,30 Administrative Employees 3.22 31.90 0.00 s.oo 2.90 5.00 1. 70 Vthlclea Aveltebte for Maxisum Service 13.00 63.00 58. 0 0 44.0 0 41.00 58.00 20.00 Vthlclea Operated in HaxiiB.IJI Servico 9 00 46.00 49. 0 0 37.00 31.00 38.00 14.00 Sl)lro Ret to 44.44X 36.96X 18.37X 18.92X 32.26X 52.63X 42.86X Totti Ctll
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TABLE 6 (C()C"'t.) 10-49 MOTORBUS VEHICLE CATEGORY 1986 TRANSIT SYSTEM DATA P ERFORMANCE SAVA KNOX HOB! COLU HONR ASHE BEAU Se.rvice Area Population (000) 175.00 285.00 280 00 238.00 64.00 60.64 119.90 Passenger Trip$ (000) 5,445.49 2,589 .19 2,387.52 1,603.66 1,325.42 1,589 67 999.34 Passenger Miles (000) 16,443.32 8 918.35 10,692 94 5,915. 1 2 5,063.16 3,519.40 3,544.49 Vehicle Hflea !000) 2,123.64 1,523.47 1,521.23 1,166.91 663 92 660.74 493 .84 Revenue Hiles (000) 2,061.78 1,492.04 1,386 85 1,139.50 652.03 648.68 487. 3 8 Vehicle Hours (000) 168.67 125.56 101.69 83.30 47.25 53.08 38. n R evenue Hours (000) 163.76 124. 99 95.60 80.05 46.18 52.15 38.2 3 Route Miles 248.90 338.00 282.20 2 07.00 121.50 163.30 82 .30 Total Operat ing EKpense (000) s5,sn.81 S4,179 .15 S3,155.08 S2,159. 38 $1,428.93 S 1,522.99 S 1 ,282.26 Total M afntentnee Expense (000) 11,147.05 S951.67 S669.50 S618.54 Sl08.79 S 286.76 S305 .98 Totot Ctpltal (000) $919 63 S968.8.8 S 1(3.61 S1, 536.26 S18.99 1 885.38 1 1.00 Total Local Revenue (000) 14,766.71 $3,121.83 S2,202.56 $1#3&0.59 S954.01 S 974. 71 S894.5 0 Operating Revenue (000) 12,316.71 $1,538.17 S1,069.56 sn7.67 S425.4 1 1430. 03 S349.30 P a ssenger Fare R e venues (000) $2,203.79 S 1,150.28 S931.36 $631.39 S421.32 S423. 5 6 $3 28.85 Total 1 40.00 144.00 92.<.0 n.3o 39.00 39.00 29.70 Transpor tation Operating Employees 97.00 96.00 69.50 48.00 26.0 0 29.00 20.60 Ha1ntenonee Employees 36.00 36.00 17. 40 23.3 0 8.00 9.00 7 10 Administrative Employees 7.00 12.00 5.50 1.00 5.00 1.0 0 2.00 Vehicles Available For HaxiiiUll Se r v ice 57.00 87.00 43.00 30.0 0 1 7.00 25.00 20.00 Vehicles Operated in Maximum Service 48.00 46.00 31.0 0 24.00 13.00 17. 0 0 1 1.00 Spare Ratio 16.75X 89. 13% 38 .71X 25.00X 30 .77X 47.06X 81.82X Total Gallons cooouned (000> 552.83 475.91 373.52 294.55 157. 11 132.95 160.15

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TABLE 7 10 MOTORBUS VEHIC L E CATEGORY EfFECTIVENESS MEASURES PBCT lALT ARTS VOlT E CJS LCTS SCAT u.Hr SERVICE SUPPLY Vehic l e .Hiles Per C8pita 2.98 8 28 6.98 4 n 3.26 3.42 3.45 1 66 . SERVICE CONSUMPTION Passenger Trip$ Per C&pi u 2. 74 19.40 9.47 6.21 3.n 3 70 3.21 1.13 Pass. Trips Per Revenue Mite 1 04 2.52 1.41 1.54 1.17 1.14 1.02 0.69 Pass Trips Per Revenue Hour 16.38 32.18 18.46 20.75 17.09 12.95 13.75 11.38 CUAUlY' Of SERVICE Average Speed (R.H./R.H. ) 1s.n 12.n 13. II 1 3 .43 14.67 11.32 13. 47 16.61 Average Age of fleet (in ye.ars) 7.10 8 .40 6.70 6.70 10.20 6.80 9.40 5.10 of Accidents 102.00 52.00 47.00 42.0 0 69,00 30.00 42.00 36.00 Total R oadcol l s m.oo 784.00 1 ,079.0 0 33 1 0 0 183.00 418.00 517.00 50.00 Revenue M i lea B-etween Ac.cidents (000) 21.41 27.02 26.18 33.1 3 13.06 33.12 19.29 18.33 Revtnue Mt les Roodcolls <000> 2.n I. 79 1.14 4.20 4.92 2.38 1.57 1 3 .20 AVAILABlLITY ReveMJe HHH Per Route MHe 5.46 6.70 5.57 5.21 6.05 2.10 3 .20 5.24

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TABLE 7 (cont.) 1 0 HOfORSUS V!HICLE CATEGORY EFFECTIVENESS H E ASURt$ HANC CORP ROI/G SIIRE JACIC JIALE ..... SERV I C'f SUPPlY Hiles Per Capftt 3.07 6.78 4.54 10.89 4.91 10.80 7.70 SERVICE . Trips Per topl u J.OZ 7.91 11.28 Z0.6a 7 .IJ 18.26 1 0.Z4 Pats. Tr-I ps Pe:r le'VU"Ut Mile 1.02 1.30 2.61 1.96 1.50 I .77 1.l7 Pus. Trips Per Hour 16.82 19.27 35.50 21. 70 23.24 19.99 OUALJT Y OF SERVICE Avtrase Speed ( R.H./R.H.) 16.55 14.79 13.60 13.22 14.51 1l.10 14.65 A ver age As of Flet (In ytara) 5.30 6.02 14.23 11.95 13.68 11.38 5.80 Numbor of Accidtnts 2 1.00 113. 0 0 99.00 59.00 22.00 42.00 18.00 toto\ loedcells 291.00 71>5 .00 946.00 8 54.00 no.oo 4 74.00 ll9.00 Jtevenue Miles B etween Acoldonts (000) 26.54 1 7.46 1 7.66 28.38 44 .6 2 35.55 39.55 Miles 8etwan R otdelt ts (000) I. 92 2.48 1.85 1.96 4.66 3.15 2.98 AVAILAIIUTT lltvenue M i ln Per loutt M t l e 3.91 5.37 5.83 6.71 4.58 5.50 7 42

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U8lE 7 (cont. > 10 ltOTORWS CATEootT fffECTIVH'E$$ MEASURES SA. VA. KNOX 11081 CO 41.24 29.84 27.19 30 80 17.16 49.90 34.81 IIYttiUI K fte:s BetVfml Roadcella (000) 4.12 2.65 2.28 8 .17 1.44 7.37 2.85 A VAilAIILITr levei"IJI Miles Per Route Kfle 8.28 4.41 4.91 5.50 5.37 3.97 5.92

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TllilE 8 10-,9 HOTOR8US VEHICLE CATECOitT EFFltiE Ntl PICt T A t.t ARTS VOlT EtfS LCTS stAT UHf COST EfFJCilNCY Cpor-ltfng bpenn Per Capite S6.97 S18. 99 S15.84 .a.36 $7.64 17.48 1 7.48 SZ.20 Oper-etlng Ptr Vehicle (000) 1131.63 $96.28 S85 .23 1101 .n 1119.97 1104.50 S120.45 $6 7.84 Opertine E xptns Per Pes&. Trip S2.SS $0 98 $1.67 S1.35 S2.06 $2.02 S2. 33 S 1.95 Op. bp. Per Passenger Milo S 0.42 S0. 37 $0.66 $0.36 $0.45 10.53 $0.62 $0.36 Operattng EMp. Ptr Rovenue Mile S 2.64 S2.47 $2.36 s2.oa $2.40 $2.31 S2.38 $1.34 Operating bp. Per Jtevenue Hour S41.70 $31.50 S30.88 S27.94 Sl5.16 $26.20 S32.0 2 1 22.2 0 M e lntenonce EKp, Per R venue Mile S 0 .5 4 10.57 S0.41 SO.($ S0.68 10. 75 S0.36 S0. 2 9 Mel nt. Exp. Per ep.rattng Ep. S 0 .20 $0. 23 so. 17 S0.2 3 $0.28 S0.32 SD.15 S 0.22 OPUATJHG RATIOS fertbox eeovery 16. lOX 23.66% zuox 25 .67X 23.99X 19.22X 21. 42X 2l.65x loc \ ltvtf"'Ue: Pe.r gpe_r. Exp. 72.22X 93.33% 75.321: tn .Z&.X 74.2lX 62.55X 61.59X 104 ".99% Ope1"'1t I ng Pn Opcr. EAP-2r.aax 4 2.07X Z3 2 4 X 35.96X ".sax 19.491 21.95l 47.74X Yf:HIC..E UftliZATION Vehicle Mflel Pe r Peek Yebic\e (000) 56.38 41.97 3 7.54 ss.u 51.14 47 1!2 55.50 50.98 Vchfcl e Moure P e r Peet Vehicle (000) 3.39 l.l1 z.a-s 3.97 3.49 4.10 4.00 3.0 7 Revenue MUes P er vehicle o,aa 0.93 0.96 0.93 0.96 0.94 0.91 1. 00 l evtNJt MHtl P e r Totel Vehicle$ (000) 36.50 33.45 32.36 40.93 36.04 34.26 24.56 47." Hours Per Total Vehfele s (000) 2.32 2.62 2 47 3 .05 2.46 3.03 1.62 2.64 LA80ft PROOUCTIVtTT aevenut H our P er (000> 1.09 1. 12 1.28 1.22 1 .10 1.51 1.17 1.47 Rovenuo Houra Per OpOr. flrpl oyee (000) 1.67 1.67 1.91 1. 60 I 73 2.04 1.70 1.116 Revenue Hours Per kJint. Employee C000) 5.40 5. 12 5 .52 6.48 3.81 6.77 6.]] 9 .93 R e venue "ourt Per Admin. Employee (000) 7.20 10.00 12.94 25.90 15. 36 17.55 9.12 22.07 V ehicle Hlle1 Per Kaint. Employee (000) 96.52 70. 2 7 75 09 93.55 57 17 105.20 93.48 1 65.70 Trlpt Per EMployee (000) 1 7.77 35.95 23.57 18.88 19.59 16.03 16.66 Tottl Vehicles Por Kaint Employee 2.33 1.95 2.24 2.13 1.55 2.90 3.47 ].50 Totet Vchfetu Per o\dnin. ]. t I 3.62 5.24 8.50 6.25 5.80 5.00 7.76 EHERGY UTJLIZAfiOH v.t.lcle Hites Per G atton 4.51 3.48 5.07 4.06 3.67 4.66 5.17 '"'

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tAilf a 10-49 tiJlCUUS VEHIClE CAlEIXIRY EFfiCIEKCY HiASURES IIAHC CORP ROUG SHRE JACK RAU ..,... COSf EffiCIENCY OP,trotlng Expense P er Capita S7. 11 111.38 1 26.17 112 39 127.59 1 14.52 Optorattng Exp. Per Peak Vehfele (000) 1148.15 1150.98 $93 .95 $112.39 185.92 S105.26 $98 .46 Optrating Expense Per Pa$$. Trip $2.35 12.70 $1.01 ., .27 11.74 $1.51 $1.4 2 Op. Exp. Per Pa.ssenger Nile so.5a S0.64 $0.24 $0.36 $0.41 $0.46 S 0.45 Oporatlng Eep. Por Aeverwe MHo 12.39 $3 .52 S2. 63 12.48 1 2.60 S2.68 11.94 Operating E.ICp. Per Reveooe H our 139.59 152.06 $35.82 1 32.82 137.67 135.09 1 28.36 NllnttNnee bp. Per Revenue M ile 10.56 10.86 $0.65 S0.66 1 0.75 S0.58 SO.Sl Ntlnt. EKp. Per Opcret lng E xp. $0.23 $ 0.24 $0.25 10.27 $0 .29 $0.22 $ 0 .27 OPERATING RATIOS fart.box R ecoverr 16.90X tO.OOX 17.991 33.0SX 25.02X 30.61X 12.74X local Rev enue 'r Oper. Exp. 78.16% 131.22% 55.83X n. 11x 80.65% 64.76X 59.00X Optrat I I'll Reverue Per Ope:r. i)ltp. 20.16% 11.61X :s8.S6X 33 241 27.8al< 31.18X 17.47X VUICU: UTH.ttATUII Vehicle MHu Per Pet. Yeftl c t e (000) 64.0< 47.88 37.47 46.79 ]4.05 41.20 52.18 Vehfcle Hour& Pr Peak Vehicl e (000) 3.91 3.07 2. 70 3.55 2.36 3.14 ] .64 Revenue "Hes Per Vehic l e HHe 0.97 0.90 0.95 0.97 0.97 0.95 o:97 Revel"'l.le Niles Per Total Vehicles (000) 42.87 31.31 30.14 ]8. 06 25.02 2S.74 35.59 Revenue Kours Per Tota l Vehicles (000) 2.59 2.12 2.22 2.88 1.72 1.97 2.43 LABOR PRODUCTIVItY R evenue Hours Per Employee (000) 1.18 0.81 1.00 I.Z7 1.02 1.13 1.28 Revenue Hours Per Oper. ffll)loyee (000) 1.33 1.38 1.27 1.&r. 1.5S 1.48 1.68 Hours Per Haiot. Employee ( 000) rV 3.70 4.59 4.87 3.42 6.00 6.66 R evenue Hours Per AOatn. Employee (000) 10.46 4.18 nto 25.34 Z4.38 22.80 28.59 Vehicle Kites Per Kaint. lmptoyee (000) "'' -61.02 65.57 66.59 51.04 82.40 100.07 Pauenger Trips Per Ecrployee (000) 19.86 15.62 35.38 32.89 22.20 26.22 25.57 Total Vthfe les Per Haint. Employee n/1 1.75 2.07 1.69 1.98 3.05 2.74 Toul VtMelea Per Acbtn. rrployc.e 4.0< 1.97 n/a 8.80 ,, 14 11.60 11.76 NERGY UTili%ATIOK Ythlcl Kites Per Calton 4.68 4.69 4.28 3.63 1.n 3.12 5.4<

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lADLE 8 (cont.) 1 0 4 9 H O T O R 8 U S VEHIClE CAT EGOR Y E F FICIENCY MEASURES $AVA """" 11081 cow """" ASHE ltAU C0$1 EffiCIENCY Operetino E Xptntt Per Capita S31.87 S 14.66 S11.27 S9.07 S22.l3 S 2S.1 2 S 10.69 epe r atit'19 Exp. Per Pctat v ctdc: l e (000) $116. 20 S 90.8S $ 101.78 S89.9 7 $ 109.92 S89.S 9 S116.57 Operating EXPfnlt Pt r PI$$. T rip S1. 02 S 1.61 S 1.32 S1. 3 5 S1.08 S0.96 0 1.28 Op. f xp. Per Pattns t r Mile S0. 47 s o so SO. J7 s o 2a S 0.4 3 S O.J6 Oper:tting hp. Ptr ReveMJe Mile S2.71 S 2.80 52.28 S1. 90 S2. 1 9 S 2 3 S $ 2.63 Operetil'\; Ell!p Ptf" RtveNJe Hou. r 534.06 1 3 3 44 S33.00 $26. 97 $ 3 0 95 $29 2 0 113.54 Malntentneo f Kp. Per Jevenue M i l e SO.S6 S0. 64 SO.l.8 S O .S4 S 0 .47 $0.44 $ 0.63 M o f n t Ptr Operating Exp. $0 .21 S0.23 S 0.21 S0.29 so.zz S0.19 S 0.24 OPERATIIIG RATIOS Farebox ReeO\'try 39.51% 27.S2X 29.52% 29.24% 29.4&1 2 7 SI X l ocal R ev e nue Per Oper. Exp. 8 5 .46X 74,70X 69.8 1 X 63. 9 3 X 66. 76X 64.00% 69.16% R evenue Per ()per Exp. 41.53X 36.81X 33 .90 X 33. 70 X 29.m 28. 24 % 27.24X VEHICI.E U Til.IV.UON Mile Pe r Peek Vehicle (000) 4 4.24 !3. 1 2 49. 0 7 48.62 51.07 3 8 .87 44.89 V ehicle Hour Per Peek V eh icle (000) 3 5 1 2.73 3.28 3.47 3.63 3.12 5.52 Rtvt(IUft Mt let Per Vehicl e It t l e 0.97 0.98 0.91 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.9'9 RevenrJt Ntles Per Tohl VehiclH (000) 36.17 17.15 32.25 37.98 38.35 25.95 24.37 R evenue Moura Ptr TGtal Vehicles (000) 2 .87 1.44 2.22 2.67 2.n 2 .09 1.91 LABOR P ROOUCTIVITY R eveoue H ours Per (000 ) 1 1 7 0.87 1. 03 t. 11 1 1 8 1.34 1.29 aevenuo Hour8 Por Oper. Employeo (0 0 0) 1 6 9 1.30 1.3 8 1.67 1 78 1.80 1.86 Aevenuo K o uri Per Haint. E cploye e C 000) 4.SS 3.47 5 4 9 3.44 5.77 5.79 5.38 Revenue Houra Per Actnln. E&rployee (000) 23 3 9 10.42 1 7.38 80 .05 9.24 52. IS 1 9.12 V eblcte "ilet Ptr Maint (000) 58 .99 42 32 87.4l 50.08 82.99 73.4 2 69.56 PUSengtr TriPI Ptt El!ployee (000) 38 90 17.98 25.84 22.18 33.99 40.76 33.65 Total Vehicles Per Kaint. tmplovee 1.58 2.42 2.47 1.29 2.13 2.78 2.82 Tot al Yfhicltl Per AdMin. Employee 8 t' 7.25 7 82 30.00 3.40 zs.oo 10.00 Utll.llATIO N V e h i c l o Mt lo' Per C a lton 3 84 3 2 0 4.07 3.96 4.23 4.97 3 08

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS FIGURE 44 Service Area Population 900 Thousands 750 600 450 300 150 0 --. BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N R U A C L A V 0 B L N H A T T S T S S T T C P G E K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 45 Passenger Trips ST 5 4 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T 1 A M N R U A C L A Y 0 B L N H A T T S T S S T T C P G E K E R A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Catego r y FIGURE 46 Vehicle Miles Millions 2.5 P T A V E L S L M C R S J R A S K M C M A 8 BAAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T.A M H R U R C LA V 0 B L N H A T T S T S 8 T T C P 0 E K E R A X I U R E U 10 4 9 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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F IGURE 4 7 Revenue Miles 2 4 T 1 8 I I t t $6 P T A V E L S M 0 R S J A A 8 K M 0 U A B BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE 0 L T L T T A M N A U A C L A V 0 B L N H A T T S T 8 8 T T C P G E K E R A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicl e Category FI G URE 48 Total O perating Expens e MEAN $ 4 -.. l -$2 $0 PTAVELSLWCR3JAA8KMCMAB 8 AROCCCAA00HAANAH000SE C L T L T T A W H R U R C L A Y 0 8 L N H A T T 8 T S S T T C P G E K E A A X I U R E U 1 0 -49 Motorbus Veh icle Cat egory Mlll lona FIGURE 4 9 Passenger Fare R e v e nues PTAVELSLMCRSJRASKMCMAB 8AROCCCAA00HAAMAHOOOSE C L T L T T A M H A U A C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T S J $ S T T C P 0 E K E A A X I U A E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Ca t egory

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FIGURE 50 Total Employees 17Sr----------------------------, 150i------------P T A V E L S L M 0 R S J A A S X M C M A 9 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE 0 t T L T T A M N R U R C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T S T S S T T C P G E K e R A X I U A E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 51 Vehicles Available For Maxim um Service 100T-------------------------------, -. 75 MEAN 50 ---!-25 o....,!L u 1 PTAVELSLWCRSJAASKMCMAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAWANOOOSE CLTLTTAWHAUROLAVOBLHHA T T S T S S T T C P 0 E K E R A X I U A E U 10..49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 52 Vehicles Operated In Maximum Service P T A V E L S L M C R 8 J R A S K M C M A 8 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRURCLAV08LNHA T T S T S S T T C P Q E K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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EFFE CTIVENESS MEA SU RES FIGURE 5 3 Vehicle Miles Per Capi ta 3 0 P T A V E L S L M C R S J R A S K M C M A 8 BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C T L T T A M N R U A C l A V 0 B L N H A T T S T S S T T C P G e K E A A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle C a tegory FIG URE 5 4 P asse nger T r ips Per Revenue M il e P T AVELS L WCASJRA S KW CMAB 8 AROCCCAA00HAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAWHRURCLAVOBLNHA T T S T S S T T c P Q E K E R A X I U R E U V.ara 10-49 Motorbus Vehi cle C ategory FIGURE 55 Average Age Of F l eet P T A V E L S L M C A 8 J A A S K M C N A B 8AAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C L T L T T A M N ft U A C L A V 0 8 L N H A T T S T SST T C P 0 E K E A A X l U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vel\icle Catego r y

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, FIGURE 56 RevenueMiles Between Accidents MEAN PTAVELSLMCRSJRASKMCMAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNRVRCLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKERAX1UREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 57 Revenue Miles Between Roadcalls 15,000,....--------------, 12,000 9 ,000 6,000 3,000 0 PTAVELSLMCRSJRASKMCMAB BAROOCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNAURCLAVOSLNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Catego.ry

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EFFICIENCY MEASURES FIGURE 58 Operating Expense Per Capita $35.00,------------. $30.CIO i--------------MEAN PTAVELSLMCA3JRASKMCMAB BASOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CllLTTAMNRURCLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKEAAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 59 Operating Expense Per Passenger Trip P T A V E L S i. M C R 8 J A A 8 K M C M A B BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLT.LTTAMNRURCLAVOBLNHA TTST.STTCPGEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 60 Operating Expense Per Revenue Mile $4.00,------------, MEAN $3.00 $2.00 $1.00 $0.00 PTAVELSLMCRSJAASKMCMAB BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE C LTLTTAMNRURCLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category

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FIGURE 61 Maintenance Expense Per Revenue Mile $1.00..--------------SO,BO PTAVElSlMCRSJRASKMCMA B BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE TTSTSSTTCPGEKERA X I UAEU 10-49 Motorbus Vehicl e Category FIGURE 62 Farebox Recovery Ratio PTAVELSLMCRBJRASKMCMAB 8 AAOCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAWNAURCL AVOBLHHA T T S T S S T T C P G E K E R A X I U R E U 10-49 Motorbus Vehicle Category FIGURE 63 Vehicle Miles Per Peak Vehicle PTAVELSLMCASJRASKM CMAB BAAOCCCAAOOHAAMAHOOOSE 1T818STTCPOEXERAXIURE U 10-49 M otorbll3 Vehicle Category

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FIGURE 64 Rellenue Hours Per E mployee PTAVELSLUCRSJAASKMCMA B BAROCCCAAOOHAAMANOOOSE CLTLTTAMNAUROLAVOBLNHA TTSTSSTTCPGEKERA X I UREU 10-49 M otorbus Vehicle Category . FIGURE 65 Passenge r Trips Per Employee 42,000..---------------:::-1 38,000 30.000 24.000 18,000 12.000 6.000 0 .PTAVELSLWCASJAA SKMCMAB CLTLTTAWNAURCLAYOSLN H A TT5TS8TTCPQEKERAXIUREU 10-49 Motorb us Vehicle Category