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Fiscal Year 2016 Bus and Bus Facilities Projects

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State Project Sponsor Project Description Funding
AK Fairbanks North Star Borough The Fairbanks North Star Borough will receive funding for the renovation and expansion of its transit facility to accommodate its full bus fleet indoors for maintenance, inspection and storage. $12,800,000
AL Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority will receive funds to purchase a new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) bus for service in the Birmingham, Alabama region. $ 405,000
AR Central Arkansas Transit Authority (dba Rock Region METRO) The Central Arkansas Transit Authority in Little Rock will receive funding to purchase CNG buses to replace vehicles that have met their useful life. $ 1,653,498
AZ Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority The Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority will receive funding to purchase hybrid-electric diesel buses to expand service in Flagstaff on the Mountain Link Line, which links downtown Flagstaff with Northern Arizona University. $ 2,202,522
AZ Yavapai-Apache Nation The Yavapai-Apache Nation in the Verde Valley region of Arizona will receive funding for the purchase of a 14-passenger van to expand transit service, and for the construction of bus stop shelters. $ 105,000
CA California Department of Transportation The California Department of Transportation will receive funding to construct a new maintenance facility in the Monterey-Salinas area, which does not currently have one. $ 4,280,512
CA Foothill Transit Foothill Transit will receive funding for the design and construction of a transit center near Mt. San Antonio College, a community college in eastern Los Angeles County. $ 7,240,000
CA Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) will receive funding for the replacement of buses that have met their useful life with CNG buses to operate in the South Bay LA area. LACMTA will also install related CNG infrastructure and train workers on the new technology. $10,500,000
CA Marin County Transit District Marin County Transit District will receive funding for the design and construction of a new vehicle maintenance and storage facility and an innovative training course on the maintenance and operation of electric and hybrid bus transit vehicles. $ 4,400,000
CA Monterey-Salinas Transit Monterey-Salinas Transit will receive funding for the replacement of buses which have met their useful life, and for a National Training Institute (NTI) workforce development training for workers to learn the new technology. $ 3,687,100
CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Sacramento Regional Transit District will receive funding to replace buses that have met their useful life with new CNG-fueled buses. $ 695,088
CA Sacramento Regional Transit District Sacramento Regional Transit District will receive funding to replace CNG fueling equipment at a bus maintenance facility. $ 400,000
CA San Joaquin Regional Transit District San Joaquin Regional Transit District will receive funding to replace its aging bus fleet with new hybrid diesel-electric buses. $ 8,284,000
CA San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority San Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority will receive funding for the design and construction of a new downtown transit center to replace the current facility. $ 4,000,000
CA Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District The Santa Barbara Metropolitan Transit District will receive funding to purchase new buses replacing buses that have surpassed their useful life. $ 5,680,905
CO Mesa County Mesa County will receive funding to purchase replacement diesel buses with wheelchair lifts to accommodate passengers with mobility needs. $ 208,000
FL Hillsborough Transit Authority The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) will receive funding to purchase CNG buses to replace diesel buses that have reached the end of their useful life. $ 4,273,771
GA Chatham Area Transit Authority The Chatham Area Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase paratransit vehicles that will operate in Savannah. $ 1,608,880
HI State of Hawaii, Department of Transportation The State of Hawaii's Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement transit vehicles. $ 960,000
IA Iowa Department of Transportation The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace buses that operate in rural areas and have reached the end of their useful life. $ 4,273,771
IL Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District (Metrolink) The Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District (Metrolink) will receive funding to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life with CNG buses. $ 391,000
IN City of Columbus The City of Columbus will receive funding to purchase transit vehicles to replace vehicles that have reached the end of their useful life. $ 728,000
KY Kentucky Transportation Cabinet The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will receive funding for expansion and replacement of transit vehicles that serve rural counties throughout the state. $ 5,823,974
MA Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) will receive funding for a new Quincy Center Bus Terminal and intermodal enhancements. $ 4,273,771
MD Maryland Department of Transportation The Maryland Department of Transportation will receive funding for its Bus Mini Overhaul Program, a rehabilitation project for buses, and related workforce training in the greater Baltimore region. $ 533,575
ME Maine Department of Transportation The Maine Department of Transportation will receive funding for the purchase of replacement buses for the Community Connector in the Bangor, Maine area. $ 1,441,600
MI Mass Transportation Authority The Mass Transportation Authority will receive funding for the purchase of CNG transit buses for Flint and a workforce development training program for mechanics and drivers. $12,800,000
MN Metropolitan Council/Metro Transit The Metropolitan Council/Metro Transit will receive funding to purchase one low floor bus for Minnesota Valley Transit in Dakota and Scott Counties. $ 103,515
MO City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri The City Utilities of Springfield, Missouri, will receive funding for new buses and workforce development activities. $ 3,870,960
MO Kansas City Area Transportation Authority The Kansas City Area Transportation Authority will receive funding for multiple types of buses to replace vehicles that have met their useful life. $ 8,986,350
MT Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes will receive funding for buses, vans, and Commercial Drivers License (CDL) training. $ 681,450
NC City of Greensboro The City of Greensboro will receive funding to renovate its ticketing, call center, and waiting areas of the J. Douglas Galyon Bus Depot. $ 960,000
ND North Dakota Department of Transportation The North Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the replacement of transit vehicles and buses for rural providers in North Dakota. $ 844,000
NE Transit Authority of the City of Omaha (Metro) The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha (Metro) will receive funding to purchase new CNG buses and partner with local community and workforce development centers to integrate public transit into the local workforce development experience. $ 2,424,240
NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new buses and support vehicles for Advance Transit in the Upper Valley/Dartmouth area. $ 382,500
NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation New Jersey Transit will receive funding to construct a new bus terminal in Passaic, New Jersey. $ 2,656,452
NM City of Las Cruces The City of Las Cruces will receive funding to purchase replacement buses for the RoadRUNNER service. $ 1,134,750
NY New York City Department of Transportation The New York City Department of Transportation will receive funding to construct bus lanes and stations, refurbish bus stops and transfer points, make safety improvements, and upgrade its transit signal priority and signal timing. $ 4,273,771
OH Ohio Department of Transportation The Ohio Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement vehicles for 34 rural transit agencies in Ohio. $ 6,691,634
OK Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority will receive funding to purchase new CNG replacement buses for their fixed route service in Oklahoma City. $ 1,932,000
OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace ADA transit vehicles for 10 rural transit providers. $ 3,590,154
OR City of Wilsonville (SMART Transit) The City of Wilsonville (SMART Transit) will receive funding to purchase a replacement bus. $ 320,000
PA River Valley Transit River Valley Transit will receive funding to purchase new CNG replacement buses in Williamsport. $ 2,040,000
PA Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) SEPTA will receive funding to rehabilitate the Wissahickon Transit Center on the Manayunk/Norristown line in Northwest Philadelphia. $ 4,000,000
PA Transportation and Motor Buses for Public Use Authority (AMTRAN) AMTRAN will receive funding to purchase replacement buses in Altoona. $ 864,000
RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) RIPTA will receive funding for the construction of the new Goff Avenue Bus Hub and Passenger Facility and transit corridor improvements. $ 5,636,745
SC Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments The Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments will receive funding to purchase commuter style coaches and related equipment in the Charleston region. $ 6,153,600
SD City of Sioux Falls The City of Sioux Falls will receive funding to rehabilitate and modernize its downtown transit station. $ 1,145,850
TN Memphis Area Transit Authority (MATA) MATA will receive funding to purchase replacement transit buses, saving the system money by deploying new transit technology. $ 4,273,771
TX Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Capital Metro) Capital Metro will receive funding to purchase replacement transit vehicles in the Austin region, supporting the regional mobility partnership between Capital Metro and the Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS).

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11,249,240

TX City of Laredo & Laredo Transit Management Inc. The City of Laredo & Laredo Transit Management Inc., will receive funding for the construction and rehabilitation of its El Metro Administration Facility. $ 9,875,083
TX City of Wichita Falls The City of Wichita Falls will receive funding to purchase additional buses, reducing headways from one hour to 30 minutes on 3 routes, and adding service to Sheppard Air Force Base. $ 1,376,000
UT Utah Transit Authority (UTA) UTA will receive funding for a bus replacement and modernization project in Salt Lake City, replacing buses that have surpassed their useful life. $ 4,273,770
VA Transportation District Commission of Hampton Roads Hampton Roads Transit will receive funding to replace buses that have surpassed their useful lives, thereby improving passenger service in the Hampton Roads region. $ 1,257,393
VI Virgin Islands Department of Public Works The Virgin Islands Department of Public Works will receive funding to rehabilitate its La Reine Bus Facility. $ 1,696,405
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to purchase transit buses for Green Mountain Transit. $ 3,924,000
WA City of Longview The City of Longview will receive funding for its Downtown Transit Center Expansion project. $ 2,784,000
WA City of Longview The City of Longview will receive funding to purchase low-floor biodiesel buses. $ 832,000
WA Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area The Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area will receive funding to purchase low-floor, hybrid diesel-electric buses. $ 6,080,000
WA Spokane Transit Authority The Spokane Transit Authority will receive funding to construct a multimodal transit center in the West Plains area. $ 1,000,000
WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will receive funding for the replacement of a side loading accessible mini-van in Tomah, Wisconsin. $ 26,400

Funding Total                                                                          $210,990,000

Updated: Thursday, October 6, 2016
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