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2010 National Transit Database Highlights : Table of Contents NTD Reporters by Organization Urban and Rural NTD Reporters by Organization Type (January.

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1 2010 National Transit Database Highlights : Table of Contents NTD Reporters by Organization Urban and Rural NTD Reporters by Organization Type (January 2010 – December 2010)2 Urbanized Areas not Served by Public Transit (January 2010 – December 2010)3 Ridership Transit Ridership Versus Employment (January 2003 – April 2012)4 Safety Annual Transit Fatality Data (January 2000 – December 2010)5 Funding Sources Public Funding for Transit by Government Jurisdiction (January 2000 – December 2010)6 Capital and Operating Funding for Transit by Funding Source (January 2008 to December 2010)7 Uses of Federal Funds by UZAs Over 200k in Population (January 2010 – December 2010)8 Uses of Federal Funds by UZAs Under 200k in Population (January 2010 – December 2010)9 Transit Asset Data Transit Active Fleet by Vehicle Type (January 2010 – December 2010)10 Change in Fixed Route Bus Service Fuel Types (January 2002 – December 2010)11 Transit Operating Cost and Fares Operating Cost per Vehicle Hour by Mode (January 2010 – December 2010)12 Change in Transit Agency Fringe Benefits Expenses (January 2000 – December 2010)13 Transit Agencies Operating Costs per Revenue Hour versus Farebox Recovery Ratio (January 2010 – December 2010)14 Average Fare and Costs per Trip for Top 50 Fixed-Route Bus Services (January 2010 – December 2010)15 NTD Transit Agency Profile Summary Summary of Profiles for Top 50 Reporting Agencies (2010 Report Year)16 WMATA Transit Agency Profile (Fiscal Year 2010)17 1

2 Urban NTD Reporters (729 Total) 2 Rural NTD Reporters (1580 Total) Who Reports to the NTD?: Twice as Many Rural than Urban Majority of Organizations are City or County Govts.

3 Urbanized Areas Without Any Reported Transit Service UZA RankUZA NamePopulation (2000)Notes 282Warner Robins, GA 90,838Home of Robins Air Force Base 316Mauldin--Simpsonville, SC 77,831Greenlink (Greenville, SC) is proposing service expansion to this area 362Radcliff--Elizabethtown, KY 64,504Start-up system, received reporting waiver in Prescott, AZ 61,909Located in northern Arizona 398Dalton, GA 57,666Located in northwest Georgia 399Valdosta, GA 57,647Located in south Georgia 438Brunswick, GA 51,653Located in coastal Georgia 448Hinesville, GA 50,360Start-up system, home of Ft Stewart 451Middletown, NY 50,071Metro-North railroad station just outside UZA boundaries Urbanized Areas Without Fixed-Route Bus Systems 218North Port--Punta Gorda, FL 122,421 Across bay from Cape Coral, FL (north of Naples) 249South Lyon--Howell--Brighton, MI 106,139 Located in "doughnut hole" between Lansing, Ann Arbor, Detroit, & Flint 308Slidell, LA 79,926 Across Lake Ponchatrain from New Orleans 332Joplin, MO 72,089 Located in southwest Missouri 335Florence, AL 71,299 Located in northern Alabama 337Anderson, SC 70,436 Located in western corner of South Carolina 339Newark, OH 70,001 Exurban community of Columbus, OH 377Dothan, AL 60,792 Located in southeast Alabama 381Auburn, AL 60,137 Auburn University "Tiger Transit" is not open to the public 409DeKalb, IL 55,805 Located west of Chicago 416Morristown, TN 54,368 Located northeast of Knoxville 433Decatur, AL 52,315 Exurban community of Huntsville, AL 446Sandusky, OH 50,693 Located on north coast of Ohio NAPonce, PR 195,037 Served by públicos NAGuayama, PR 77,755 Served by públicos NAJuana Diaz, PR 54,835 Served by públicos 9 Out of 466 UZAs Have No Reported Transit Service, 16 More Have No Fixed-Route Bus Service 3

4 This exhibit contains data from July 2006 to April Weighted monthly NTD ridership data is available from 2002 onward. The gas price overlay is a 12 month average gas price and therefore ridership, employment, and gas data are all 12 month averages. The graph uses 12 month weighted averages, thereby giving a more accurate representation of the monthly NTD data. However, the ridership and employment data have been indexed for a clear comparison 4 Source: National Transit Database, U.S. Energy Information Administration's Gas Pump Data History, and Bureau of Labor Statistics' Employment Data. Transit Ridership is Recovering From Lower Employment and a Crash in Gas Prices Index of Weighted Nonfarm Employment, Seasonally Adjusted 12-Month Weighted Ridership 12-Month Weighted Price of Regular Gas, All Formulations Index of Weighted Nonfarm Employment, Seasonally Adjusted 12-Month Weighted Ridership 12-Month Weighted Price of Regular Gas, All Formulations

5 Higher Ridership Has Reduced the Fatality Rate per 100 Million PMT Even as Total Fatalities Have Remained Relatively Constant Source: National Transit Database Report Years 2000 to 2010 Transit Safety and Security Statistics and Analysis Reporting. Note: Exhibit includes data for CR, DR, HR, LR, and MB. Also, fatality totals include both directly operated (DO) and purchase transportation (PT) service types Other Fatalities Suicides Non-Suicide/Homicide Fatalities per 100 Million PMT Suicides Other Fatalities Homicides

6 6 The Federal Share of Total Transit Funding Has Remained Relatively Constant over 10 Years Total Public Funding for Transit by Government Jurisdiction 2010 System Generated: $ State and Local $ Federal: $ Total Funding: $ % 2000 Federal Funding: $ State and Local Funding: $ System Generated: $ Total Funding: $ % Federal Share, %

7 7 Funding for Transit by Funding Source Billions of Current Dollars Source: National Transit Database Report Years 2008, 2009, and Operating Capital System Generated Revenue 33% Local 32% State 28% Federal 7% 37% 29% 25% 8% 38% 28% 25% 7% ARRA 1% 29% 12% 39% 18% 14% 40% 6% 35% 4% State 13% Federal 40% System Generated Revenue 7% Local 33% ARRA 10% ARRA Raised Federal Funding for Capital Expenditures from 40% to 50 % 50%

8 UZAs Over 200k in Population 8 Source: National Transit Database Report Year Other ARRA Funds ARRA 5307 Funds 5309 Funds 5307 Funds 5307 Preventative Maintenance Funds 5307 Funds 5309 Funds Other Federal ARRA 5307 Funds Other ARRA Even in Large UZAs, Nearly Half of 5307 Funds Are Used for Operating Expenses FGM, New Starts, Bus Discretionary JARC, New Freedom, Homeland Security, etc. $6.4B $3.2B Usage of 5307 Funds

9 UZAs Under 200k in Population 9 Source: National Transit Database Report Year Other ARRA Funds ARRA 5307 Funds 5309 Funds 5307 Funds Other Federal 5307 Funds 5307 Preventative Maintenance Funds Other Federal ARRA 5307 Funds Other ARRA Federal Funding In Small UZAs Is Almost Evenly Split Between Operating and Capital $349.8M $343.9M

10 58% of the Transit Fleet is in UZAs Over 1 Million 10 Source: National Transit Database Report Year Notes: *Source for "Special Service Vehicles" is the FTA, Fiscal Year Trends Report on the Use of Section 5310 Elderly and Persons with Disabilities Program Funds, * *"Other Regular Vehicles" includes automated guideway vehicles, automobiles, cable cars, ferryboats, inclinded plane vehicles, jitneys, públicos, taxicabs, and trolleybuses.

11 Data set includes all motorbus vehicles in fixed route service as reported in Urban NTD 2002 to 2010 report years. * Other includes Bunker fuel, Electric battery, Ethanol, Grain additive, Kerosene, Liquefied natural gas (LNG), Liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and fuel types reported as "other" in the NTD. ** The diesel category contains bio-diesel and diesel fuel vehicles. 11 Annual Motorbus Vehicles Reported to Urban NTD In 2001, CNG vehicles accounted for 8.7% of all MB vehicles reported to the NTD In 2010, CNG represented 14.4% of all MB vehicles reported to the NTD Diesel Fuel** CNG Dual Fuel Other* Gasoline Hybrid Fixed-Route Bus Emissions Have Become Cleaner Since 2002

12 12 Operating Cost per Vehicle Revenue Hour by Mode Source: National Transit Database Report Year Operating Cost per Vehicle Revenue Hour Fixed-Route Bus Service Remains Cheaper Per Vehicle-Hour Than Rail Services

13 13 Change in Operating Expenses per Vehicle Revenue Hour, 2000 vs Source: National Transit Database Report Years 2000 and Commuter Rail Heavy Rail Commuter Rail Fringe Benefits have Increased Faster than Inflation for All Modes Constant 2010 Dollars $520 $388 $179 $198 $227 $251 $105 $128 $56 $105 Commuter Rail Heavy Rail Light Rail Fixed-Route Bus Demand Response

14 Cost per Hour vs. Farebox Recovery for Heavy and Light Rail Systems 14 Data for HR & LR modes, only. Source: National Transit Database Report Year Many Rail Systems Have Farebox Recovery Ratios between 20% and 40% and an Operating Cost per Hour of between $200 and $350 More ExpensiveLess Expensive

15 Average Fare and Costs per Trip for Top 50 Fix-Route Bus Services 15 Source: National Transit Database Report Year Average fare refers to the total number of fare receipts divided by total trips. Average Fares Cover Only 20%-40% of a Bus Trip

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