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1 National Transit Database State DOT Reporting John Giorgis Director of Strategic Planning & Analysis, FTA 1

2 Rural Subrecipients

3 Tribal Program

4 Ridership – Top States * In millions

5 Ridership – Top 10 ( By Subrecipient ) * In millions

6 2010 Census Changes New Urbanized Areas (UZAs) were created, or existing UZAs expanded Many Rural Operators transitioned to Urban Areas and now report directly FTA still collects Rural Data from these systems, and includes them in the apportionment 6

7 MAP -21 Changes Beginning with Report Year 2011, NTD data is used in the §5311 apportionment formula – Vehicle Revenue Miles 7

8 NTD Reporting – 5311 Beneficiaries Reporters Expending 5311* Rural transit providers + 1,2631,3031,3141,3611,3721,3041,260 Tribal transit providers Urban transit providers Total1,3501,4341,4751,5481,5831,5811,555 *includes ARRA 5311, 5311(c) Tribal Transit Program, and 5311(f) Intercity Bus set-aside +includes Intercity Bus operators 8

9 Urban Reporters with Rural Service

10 Urban Reporters & Rural Data Every Urban Reporter must divide their VRM data among all geographies served Rules for Rural Reporting – Service starting and ending in a rural area must be attributed to rural areas – Service using 5311 operating assistance must be attributed to rural areas 10

11 Changes from New NTD System States may authorize a subrecipient to input data directly into the State’s NTD report New system will integrate validation checks – States will no longer be required to use Word documents to manage validation – Issues will fire within the reporting system 11

12 Report Year 2014 Reporting Deadlines: Fiscal Year End DateJanuary 1 – June 30July 1 – September 30October 1 – December 31 Report Due DateJanuary 31 April 30 12

13 Common Issues Data Entry – Missing digits, too many digits, skipped fields Operating Expenses – Not limited to §5311 reimbursement. Agencies should report the full cost of general public transit 13

14 NTD Rural Analysts Joseph Eldredge - FTA Regions: Loucas Lamkin - FTA Regions: – (888)


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