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Fiscal Year 2017 Bus and Bus Facilities Projects

Selected projects for FTA’s competitive Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program include $226,473,000 in FY 2017 funding and $37,973,775 of available FY 2018 Bus Program funds for a total of $264,446,775.

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State Project Sponsor Project Description Funding
AK Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities The Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities will receive funding to purchase accessible transit vans to replace vans that exceeded their useful life. The new vans will improve service and reliability by reducing breakdowns, reduce maintenance costs and improve accessibility. $68,000
AK Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities The City and Borough of Juneau's Capital Transit agency will receive funding to replace paratransit buses that have exceeded their useful life. According to the U.S. Census, Juneau's senior population is projected to double in the next 15 years. $216,000
AK Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities The City and Borough of Juneau's Capital Transit agency will receive funding to purchase snow removal equipment to clear bus stop areas after heavy storms. The project maintains access to transit buses for passengers with disabilities. $140,000
AK Ninilchik Village The Ninilchik Tribe will receive funding to build a bus maintenance facility to store vehicles on Alaska's Kenai Peninsula. Buses stored in the facility will receive less damage from icy Arctic conditions, increasing vehicle life expectancy and improving safety. $551,982
AK Municipality of Anchorage The Municipality of Anchorage will receive funding to replace the drainage system and leaking roof on the bus storage building that houses People Mover's fleet of 59 buses used for fixed-route service. The building, constructed in 1983, provides heated storage for the buses during Anchorage's long and harsh winter season. $1,250,000
AL Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority The Birmingham-Jefferson County Transit Authority will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life, reducing maintenance and other costs and improving reliability. Improved bus service will be critical as Birmingham is preparing to host the 2021 World Games. $3,600,000
AR Ozark Regional Transit Ozark Regional Transit in Springdale, Arkansas, will receive funding to purchase buses to replace vehicles destroyed in a January 2017 fire. The agency, which has been using donated vehicles that have exceeded their useful life, will improve reliability and reduce maintenance. $3,600,000
AR Rock Region METRO Region Rock METRO of Little Rock, Arkansas, will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will lower the average age of the vehicle fleet and reduce maintenance costs. $3,570,000
AZ City of Phoenix The City of Phoenix Public Transportation Department will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The city's backlog of buses that have exceeded mileage thresholds has been exacerbated by a need to increase service by 25 percent to serve a growing population. $2,600,000
CA Butte County Association of Governments (BCAG) The Butte County Association of Governments in California will receive funding to rehabilitate dozens of bus stops to improve accessibility and provide bus shelters. The project will enhance mobility and connectivity for riders. $1,206,518
CA City of Davis Unitrans in Davis, California, will receive funding to overhaul transit buses that have exceeded their useful life. The project will replace engines and cooling systems and increase passenger capacity. $1,206,518
CA City of Norwalk The City of Norwalk, California will receive funding for two projects: 1) the Anaheim Transportation Network to purchase zero emission battery-electric buses to replace diesel buses on its most heavily traveled route serving tourists and employees of Disneyland and other resorts; and 2) the Norwalk Transit System to expand its battery-electric fleet with new vehicles that will help service a new route. $1,206,518
CA City of Santa Rosa The City of Santa Rosa, California, will receive funding to purchase battery-electric buses and charging infrastructure to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve the safety and reliability of the transit system as well as improve air quality. $1,206,518
CA City of Fairfield The City of Fairfield, California, will receive funding to purchase battery-electric buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will significantly improve the safety and reliability of the transit system. $1,206,518
CA Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority The Livermore Amador Valley Transit Authority in the San Francisco Bay Area will receive funding to rehabilitate its downtown transit center to enhance safety and improve connectivity with other routes. The 20-year old transit center needs updates such as replacing pavement, updating lighting, improving passenger amenities and installing signage. $434,811
CA Long Beach Public Transportation Company The Long Beach Public Transportation Company will receive funding to purchase battery-electric operated buses and associated charging equipment to replace gas-powered buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will replace vehicles that are in poor condition, reducing maintenance costs and improving air quality. $1,206,518
CA North County Transit District The North County Transit District in San Diego County, California, will receive funding to purchase zero emission battery-electric buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement buses will reduce the average age of the fleet, increasing service reliability, and advance air quality goals. $1,206,518
CA Orange County Transportation Authority The Orange County Transportation Authority will receive funding for two projects: 1) to rehabilitate transit centers in southern California, including replacing or renovating roofs, lighting, platforms as well as safety enhancements; and 2) to rehabilitate maintenance facilities, including heating, ventilation and air conditioner replacements, and bus wash and steam cleaning areas. $1,206,518
CA Sacramento Regional Transit District The Sacramento Regional Transit District will receive funding to purchase and install maintenance equipment to replace equipment that has been out of service. The project will increase reliability and improve efficiency by increasing the number of vehicles that can be repaired at two locations. $1,206,518
CA Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District Santa Cruz Metropolitan Transit District will receive funding to purchase replacement buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will significantly improve system reliability and reduce maintenance costs. $1,206,518
CA California Department of Transportation The California Department of Transportation will receive funding for a new operations center in Nevada County after outgrowing its current facility, which is out of reliable radio/cellular range. The new center will be located in a more central and accessible location and offer improved communications. $500,000
CO Colorado Department of Transportation The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the Town of Estes Park, will receive funding to purchase an electric trolley for use on the Free Shuttle transit program to replace a 12-year-old trolley that has significant maintenance issues and has exceeded its useful life. The trolley serves downtown Estes Park. $360,045
CO Colorado Department of Transportation "The Colorado Department of Transportation, on behalf of the City of Glenwood Springs, will receive funding to purchase a new CNG bus for the city's Ride Glenwood bus fleet. The new bus will replace an aging diesel bus that has exceeded its useful life and is often out of service due to mechanical issues. $458,384
CO City of Colorado Springs (Mountain Metropolitan Transit) Mountain Metropolitan Transit (MMT) in Colorado Springs will receive funding to acquire property and design and build a bus storage facility to house a fleet that is stored outside, exposed to the elements and increasing maintenance costs. The storage facility will provide operational stability and improve the longevity of MMT's fleet. $758,785
CO Colorado Department of Transportation The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement trolleys for Durango Transit, one of the state's largest rural transit providers. Trolley service in Durango provides transportation for people commuting to jobs and schools and accounts for close to half of Durango Transit rides. $264,000
CO Colorado Department of Transportation The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new transit buses for Greeley Evans Transit in Greeley. The buses will replace vehicles that are past their useful life and unable to serve growing ridership. $758,785
CT Norwalk Transit District The Norwalk Transit District will receive funding to rehabilitate and expand its administration, storage and maintenance facility to accommodate a growing bus fleet and increased service. The Norwalk Transit District provides fixed-route bus service, known as WHEELS, in the City of Norwalk and surrounding towns. $3,600,000
DC Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will receive funding to replace old bus shelters that are damaged and missing panels, roofing and seating. The new shelters will improve safety by providing additional lighting and other ammenities. $3,600,000
DE Delaware Transit Corporation The Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to build a new park and ride facility in Middletown to support existing and future bus service in a growing area of New Castle County. The park and ride facility will serve as a transit hub for local and inter-county buses. $150,000
DE Delaware Transit Corporation The Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to construct a bus-only lane in Wilmington that will be shared with bicycles, improving transit and bicycle access into the central business area. The project also includes upgrades to bus stops in the area. $2,450,000
FL Lee County Board of County Commissioners Lee County Transit (LeeTran) will receive funding for a project to construct a bus transfer station and park-and-ride lot in order to improve safety for bus passengers. The project will replace a pair of bus stops that are currently serving as a transfer point for five bus routes in an area of heavy car traffic. $3,000,000
FL Manatee County Board of County Commissioners (MCAT) Manatee County Area Transit (MCAT) will receive funding to rehabilitate transit buses and trolleys to extend their useful life. MCAT provides fixed-route public transportation services throughout Manatee County and into neighboring counties, including Sarasota County and Pinellas County. $1,913,000
FL Miami-Dade County The Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works will receive funding to purchase CNG buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve the efficiency and reliability of the bus service in the Miami area. $3,600,000
GA Georgia Regional Transportation Authority The Georgia Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding for two projects: 1) to upgrade technology at park-and-ride lots with closed circuit TV cameras, PA systems, emergency call boxes, and digital message signs to replace outdated equipment and improve safety; and 2) to support construction of a new operations and maintenance facility along I-20 in metropolitan Atlanta. $3,600,000
GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) will receive funding to replace 40-foot diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life with 60-foot Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses. The new buses will provide expanded capacity on a high ridership bus route that connects southeastern DeKalb County with MARTA Rail. $3,600,000
HI Hawaii Department of Transportation The County of Hawaii Mass Transit Agency will receive funding to purchase accessible transit vehicles to replace existing equipment that breaks down frequently and has exceeded its useful life. The agency operates the Hele-On Bus System, which provides island-wide fixed route bus service in a mainly rural area with two urban locations, Hilo and Kona. $576,000
IA Iowa Department of Transportation The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding for two projects that help the state purchase new transit vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life in both 1) urban and 2) rural transit systems. $3,600,000
ID Coeur d' Alene Tribe The Coeur d' Alene Tribe will receive funding to purchase a new bus to replace a high mileage bus that has exceeded its useful life. The tribe operates Citylink, a public bus system on and off the reservation in a rural area of northern Idaho. $115,200
ID Idaho Transportation Department The Idaho Transportation Department, with its partner Mountain Rides Transportation Authority, which operates bus service in a mountain resort area of Blaine County, will receive funding to purchase new vehicles to replace old ones that have exceeded their useful life. $540,000
ID Idaho Transportation Department The Idaho Transportation Department, with its partner the City of Driggs, will receive funding to purchase new transit vehicles to replace old ones that have exceeded their useful life. The city operates a shuttle service between Driggs and the Grand Targhee Resort, a major employment center and recreation area. $240,000
ID Idaho Transportation Department The Idaho Transportation Department, with its partner Selkirk Pend Oreille Transit (SPOT) Authority, which operates bus service in a rural area of Idaho, will receive funding to purchase new transit vehicles to replace old ones that have exceeded their useful life. $136,000
IL Greater Peoria Mass Transit District Greater Peoria Mass Transit District will receive funding to build a new facility to house its bus maintenance and operations functions. The current maintenance and operations facilities are too small and have structural and mechanical problems. $3,600,000
IL Madison County Mass Transit District The Madison County Transit District, which provides bus service in Madison and St. Clair counties as well as express routes to St. Louis, will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. $3,600,000
IL Rock Island Co. Metropolitan Mass Transit District Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transportation District (MetroLINK) will receive funding to purchase electric buses, charging stations, and bus shelters with real time signage. The new buses will replace old ones that have exceeded their useful life. $3,165,000
IL Springfield Mass Transit District Springfield Mass Transit District will receive funding to purchase new CNG buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve transit service throughout the Springfield area. $2,201,724
IN Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation (BPTC) will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. BPTC, which provides fixed-route bus service in the City of Bloomington, plans to use the new vehicles on its heavier volume routes. $720,000
IN Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation (Citilink) Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation (Citilink) will receive funding for new electric hybrid buses to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The project also includes an upgrade to the on-board camera safety system and bus maintenance training. $2,502,028
IN Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation To improve the safety and efficiency of its buses, Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to install pedestrian detection systems on its fixed-route buses. The detection systems will provide safety upgrades as the agency continues expanding service. CityBus has experienced exceptional growth in the last two decades and has the second highest ridership in Indiana. $485,760
KS City of Wichita Wichita Transit, which is a department of the City of Wichita, will receive funding to purchase new trolley buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new trolley buses will help Wichita Transit better accommodate increased service and ridership on its Q-Line trolley bus. $2,600,000
KY Transit Authority of River City The Transit Authority of River City (TARC) will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace its oldest and highest mileage buses. TARC provides bus service in Louisville and surrounding areas. $3,600,000
KY Kentucky Transportation Cabinet The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will receive funding to purchase expansion and replacement vehicles for rural transit agencies throughout the state. The new buses will allow the rural transit agencies to enhance service, improve safety and bring fleets into a state of good repair. $3,600,000
KY City of Owensboro The City of Owensboro will receive funding for replacement buses to upgrade its aging fleet and increase safety and reliability. As Owensboro experiences population growth thanks to new development, the city is preparing for increased transit ridership. $677,406
LA Capital Area Transit System Capital Area Transit System (CATS) in Baton Rouge will receive funding to purchase new vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will inprove the safety and reliability of bus service in the Baton Rouge area. $2,600,000
MA Berkshire Regional Transit Authority The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve the efficiency and reliability of bus service in Berkshire County, located in western Massachusetts. $660,721
MA Massachusetts Department of Transportation The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will receive funding to construct a new maintenance and operations facility for the Franklin Regional Transit Authority (FRTA). The new facility will significantly improve transit service for the agency, which serves rural areas of the state, replacing a facility that was built in 1911 and has exceeded its useful life. $6,000,000
MD Maryland Transit Administration The Maryland Transit Administration will receive funding to support its Beyond the Bus Stop program, which enhances bus facilities to improve safety, efficiency, and connectivity. The project will support improvements to aging or under-capacity bus facilities in Ocean City and Frederick County, providing new bus shelters as well as real-time arrival information. $2,600,000
ME City of Bangor The City of Bangor will receive funding to replace buses in its Community Connector fleet that have exceeded their useful life. The transit service, which serves the communities of Bangor, Brewer, Hampden, Old Town, Orono, and Veazie as well as the University of Maine at Orono, is seen as key to positioning Bangor as the focal point of Eastern Maine's economic growth. Ridership has doubled in the last decade. $1,944,540
MI City of Detroit Department of Transportation The City of Detroit Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate the Coolidge Terminal and Maintenance Facility, which was damaged extensively by a fire in 2011. The new facility will improve transit service, reliability, and mobility for residents of Detroit and the surrounding area. $3,600,000
MI Michigan Department of Transportation The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will receive funding for two projects: 1) to help transit agencies in the state purchase new transit vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life, improving reliability rural and small urban areas; and 2) to expand the Harbor Transit Multi-Modal Transit System Operations Center with increased space for the maintenance garage as well as office space, upgrading a 36-year-old facility. $3,600,000
MN Duluth Transit Authority The Duluth Transit Authority (DTA) will receive funding to replace an aging fare collection system with a new system with more functionalities. DTA provides public transit service in Duluth and Proctor, Minnesota, as well as Superior, Wisconsin. $1,800,320
MO City of St. Joseph, Missouri The City of St. Joseph, Missouri, will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will improve transit service in Northwest Missouri. $4,725,000
MO Missouri Department of Transportation The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will receive funding to purchase new transit vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will help improve transit service throughout rural Missouri. $3,600,000
MS Mississippi Coast Transportation Authority dba Coast Transit The Mississippi Coast Transportation Authority (Coast Transit) will receive funding to construct a bus tram bridge that will provide a transit and bike/pedestrian connection between the Gulfport Transit Center and Jones Park Bus Station in downtown Gulfport. $2,600,000
MT Missoula Urban Transportation District The Missoula Urban Transportation District (MUTD or Mountain Line) will receive funding to replace old buses and improve bus stops to accommodate the increasing ridership resulting from a new zero-fare demonstration project. $2,726,888
MT Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes will receive funding to purchase new transit vehicles and modernize a bus storage facility and bus shelters. These upgrades will improve safety and accessibility for tribal members and other residents of the Flathead Indian Reservation. $580,000
NC Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority The Cape Fear Public Transportation Authority (Wave Transit) will receive funding to replace older diesel buses with clean and economical Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses. The new buses will improve transit service throughout Wilmington, North Carolina. $3,600,000
NC Jacksonville Transit Jacksonville Transit will receive funding to construct the Jacksonville Multimodal Center, which will connect multiple modes of transportation in one location, including fixed-route bus service, intercity bus, paratransit, taxis, regional rail and bicycle/pedestrian. $4,500,000
ND City of Grand Forks The City of Grand Forks will receive funding to rehabilitate and expand its administrative, storage, and maintenance facility. The new facility will help improve transit operations in the third largest city in the state. $3,600,000
NE City of Lincoln, Nebraska The City of Lincoln will receive funding to purchase land and construct a bus maintenance and storage facility with a Compressed Natural Gas fueling station. The new facility will help improve transit service in the capital city of Nebraska. $2,600,000
NH City of Nashua (Nashua Transit System) The City of Nashua (Nashua Transit System) will receive funding for two projects: 1) to replace older transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life, improving service efficiency and reliability in southern New Hampshire; and 2) to rehabilitate its transit center, including repairs to its roof and surrounding pavement. $1,080,000
NH New Hampshire Department of Transportation The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will receive funding to help the Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation (COAST) purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. COAST operates transit service in southeastern New Hampshire. $1,520,000
NJ NJ TRANSIT Corporation New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ TRANSIT) will receive funding to replace roofs at three bus garages: Meadowlands (North Bergen, NJ); Greenville (Jersey City, NJ) and Wayne (Wayne, NJ). These improvements will help NJ TRANSIT maintain a state of good repair. $2,600,000
NJ Cape May County Fare Free Transportation Cape May County Fare Free Transportation will receive funding to help build an operations building to consolidate management and operations to realize efficiencies and improve service. The paratransit service provides about 117,000 trips a year to residents, veterans, seniors and others. Cape May County has the highest population of seniors in New Jersey. $1,200,000
NM City of Santa Fe The City of Santa Fe will receive funding to rehabilitate a structurally deficient transit facility to serve as the new Southside Transit Center. The new facility will improve safety, efficiency and accessibility to transit service in New Mexico's capital. $2,036,562
NM New Mexico Department of Transportation The New Mexico Department of Transportation will receive funding to help the North Central Regional Transit District (NCRTD) construct a new maintenance facility in Española, New Mexico. The facility will fulfill current vehicle maintenance and upkeep needs and accommodate future operations and fleet expansion. $3,600,000
NV Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) will receive funding to construct new bus shelters and improve existing bus shelters by adding solar lighting. RTC also will receive funding to make upgrades to its maintenance and passenger facilities. $4,588,766
NV Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) The Carson Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) will receive funding to replace two buses in the Jump Around Carson (JAC) fleet that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement vehicles will help reduce downtime for JAC's fleet and help the agency save on maintenance costs while keeping its assets in a state of good repair. $447,480
NV Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe The Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe will receive funding to construct an operations and administrative facility. The new facility will improve safety for employees and allow for more efficient transit operations in northwestern Nevada. $1,500,000
NY Broome County Department of Public Transportation The Broome County Department of Public Transportation (BC Transit) will receive funding to purchase hybrid electric buses to replace diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will help improve transit service throughout the county. $2,040,000
NY City of Glen Cove The City of Glen Cove on the North Shore of Long Island will receive funding to purchase an ADA-accessible vehicle. The new vehicle will help improve mobility and transit service for residents who rely on public transit. $59,500
NY County of Westchester Westchester County will receive funding to purchase new articulated vehicles to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. This is part of a larger effort to replace outdated vehicles in the Bee-Line's fixed-route fleet. $3,600,000
OH Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) The Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) will receive funding to build the Chestnut Street Multimodal Station and Shared Services Facility, which will add the agency's first passenger infrastructure as well as a new operations facility. $2,668,750
OH Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (GCRTA) will receive funding to upgrade and renovate GCRTA's west side bus facility to accommodate CNG-fueled buses. This project will significantly improve system condition and service reliability by replacing systems that are past their useful life, while also lowering maintenance and operating costs. $2,668,750
OH Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (RTA) will receive funding to purchase replacements for diesel buses that are past their useful life. This project will improve service reliability. $2,325,000
OH Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority will receive funding to construct an indoor storage facility. The project will improve working conditions and vehicle maintenance, as the current facility does not have the capacity to store the vehicles inside. $2,668,750
OH Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) will receive funding to purchase new buses. The project will improve system reliability by reducing the average age of the fleet and reducing maintenance costs associated with outdated vehicles. $2,668,750
OK Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase CNG buses to replace diesel transit buses that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement vehicles will provide increased safety and reliability as well as fewer breakdowns. $4,202,870
OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement vehicles to serve rural areas throughout the state. The replacement vehicles that will be procured under the project, will help providers offer demand response or fixed-route services around the clock. $3,600,000
OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation Oklahoma State University-Stillwater Transit (OSU Transit) will receive funding to replace its 50-year-old existing maintenance facility with a new facility, enabling the agency to maintain operations in-house rather than outsourcing, creating a safer and more reliable transit system. $2,400,000
OR Rogue Valley Transportation District The Rogue Valley Transportation District will receive funding to purchase and install signal prioritization technology on the bus fleet and highway interchanges, which will provide more consistent, reliable service to riders. Since the technology being implemented is GPS based, riders can also see where the bus is in real time using a recently deployed app from the project sponsor. $1,020,014
OR Rogue Valley Transportation District The Rogue Valley Transportation District will receive funding to purchase 35-foot low floor CNG vehicles. This project will significantly improve system reliability by replacing vehicles that are beyond their useful life. $3,018,750
OR Salem Area Mass Transit District The Salem Area Mass Transit District will receive funding to purchase low-floor CNG buses, replacing vehicles that are beyond their useful life. $2,475,000
PA Luzerne County Transportation Authority The Luzerne County Transportation Authority will receive funding to purchase 35-foot CNG replacement buses. This project will significantly improve transit service by replacing assets that are in poor condition and have exceeded their useful life. $1,700,000
PA Port Authority of Allegheny County The Port Authority of Allegheny County will receive funding to purchase low-floor clean diesel buses. The new vehicles will improve transit service and reliability for residents of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. $3,600,000
PA Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will receive funding to help the Area Transportation Authority of North Central Pennsylvania construct of a new transportation center in Bradford, Pa. This new facility will provide an off-street location for bus transfers, as well as covered waiting areas and a parking lot for riders. $2,639,499
PA Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority Transportation & Motor Buses for Public Use Authority will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. Some of the new buses will replace vehicles with poorly performing wheelchair lifts, modernizing the buses to provide better service for all. The authority provides bus service in and around Altoona in western Pennsylvania. $1,800,000
PR Autonomous Municipality of Caguas The Autonomous Municipality of Caguas in Puerto Rico will receive funding to renovate the Francisco Pereira Transportation Terminal and replace non-ADA compliant vans. The new vans are more reliable, comfortable, and accessible than the vans they are replacing. $2,600,000
RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will receive funding to design and improve the East Side bus tunnel. The tunnel, which is 102 years old, is critical for RIPTA operations that run east to west and allow the fleet to bypass city traffic while in the tunnel. $903,870
SC South Carolina Department of Transportation The South Carolina Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase vehicles to replace those that are beyond their useful lives to subrecipients of SCDOT. The project will significantly improve the reliability of the systems of local transit providers by replacing a significant portion of those agencies' fleets. $4,500,000
SD South Dakota Department of Transportation The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace vehicles throughout the state that have exceeded their useful life. These vehicles will improve reliability and capacity for local transit providers. $1,874,400
TN City of Knoxville Knoxville Area Transit (KAT) will receive funding to purchase electric transit buses and charging equipment. This project will significantly improve transit access, mobility and reliability. $3,600,000
TN Tennessee Department of Transportation The Tennessee Department of Transportation will receive funding to help transit agencies throughout the state improve bus service by replacing older transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will help improve efficiency and service reliability for residents throughout Tennessee. $6,000,000
TX Denton County Transportation Authority The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) will receive funding to construct a bus maintenance facility and wash building to accommodate up to 45 buses. The agency does not currently have a dedicated maintenance facility, impacting service and operational efficiency. $2,625,000
TX Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission The Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission will receive funding to replace vehicles and bus shelters along the fixed route. This project will significantly improve the reliability of service through the bus replacement component, while safeguarding rider safety and security and enhancing access and mobility by adding through the bus shelter component. $1,222,799
TX Gulf Coast Center Gulf Coast Center (GCC) will receive funding to construct a new Administration and Operations Center. This project will significantly improve current and longer-term condition and operations through realizing operational and administrative efficiencies. $3,001,068
TX Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) will receive funding for two projects: 1) to construct center-running bus lanes to create a seamless bus rapid transit (BRT) service; and 2) to make improvements at bus stops with new sidewalks, ADA-accessible bus pads, ramps, and beacon technology to help people with disabilities. $3,600,000
UT Utah Transit Authority (UTA) The Utah Transit Authority (UTA) will receive funding to construct a clean fuel center that will replace an older facility that has exceeded its useful life. $2,600,000
VA Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission The Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commission (PRTC) will receive funding to purchase new commuter buses that will replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. $3,600,000
VA Town of Blacksburg/Blacksburg Transit Blacksburg Transit will receive funding to add buses to its fleet as ridership expands. Blacksburg Transit serves the town of Blacksburg, VA, including the campus of Virginia Tech University. Increasing the size of its fleet will help meet current and future ridership, which is growing as Virginia Tech expands. $1,440,000
VI Virgin Islands Department of Public Works The Virgin Islands Department of Public Works will receive funding to purchase new bus shelters that will replace older bus shelters that have exceeded their useful life. $445,640
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new buses for service expansion purposes for Green Mountain Transit, which serves Burlington and the surrounding area. $800,000
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to purchase buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will help improve efficiency and service reliability for residents throughout rural Vermont. $1,800,000
WA Ben Franklin Transit Ben Franklin Transit will receive funding to rehabiliate its operations maintenance facility as the facility has exceeded its useful life. The new facility will help improve transit operations throughout Franklin and Benton counties in south-central Washington. $1,200,000
WA Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) The Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) will receive funding to purchase new high capacity buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will help improve transit service in the Seattle metropolitan area. $1,375,000
WA City of Everett (Everett Transit) The City of Everett (Everett Transit) will receive funding to purchase new battery electric buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve efficiency and service reliability in Snohomish County. $1,375,000
WA Intercity Transit Intercity Transit will receive funding to rehabilitate and expand its maintenance facility to maintain service, safety and the reliability of its bus fleet. Intercity Transit serves Olympia and the surrounding areas. $1,375,000
WA King County Department of Transportation The King County Department of Transportation (Metro Transit) will receive funding for two projects: 1) to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life; and 2) to help construct a new off-street bus layover facility in north Seattle to reduce delays and improve service. $1,375,000
WA Muckleshoot Indian Tribe The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe will receive funding to rehabilitate its bus facility to improve efficiency, service reliability and the safety of its employees and equipment. $800,000
WA Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation The Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. $1,375,000
WA Skagit Transit System The Skagit Transit System will receive funding to construct a maintenance and operations facility to house its current bus fleet and personnel. $1,375,000
WA Snohomish County Transportation Benefit Area The Snohomish County Transportation Benefit Area will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. $1,375,000
WA Spokane Transit Authority The Spokane Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve efficiency and service reliability in Spokane and the surrounding areas. $1,375,000
WI City of Oshkosh The City of Oshkosh (Go Transit) will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve efficiency and service reliability. $1,200,000
WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will receive funding to purchase a mini-van for the city of Hartford. $32,000
WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will receive funding to upgrade bus security cameras, fare collection and radio equipment on behalf of five rural transit systems across the state of Wisconsin. $134,880
WI City of Appleton The City of Appleton (Valley Transit) will receive funding for two projects: 1) to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life; and 2) to help renovate its operations and maintenance facility with a new generator, replacement heaters and other garage upgrades. $350,506
WI City of Janesville The City of Janesville will receive funding to purchase new ADA-accessbile buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. $350,506
WI City of Sheboygan The City of Sheboygan will receive funding for upgrades to its maintenance facility to improve safety for its employees. $350,506
WI Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) will receive funding to purchase new vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. $181,600
WV Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority The Eastern Panhandle Transit Authority will receive funding to construct a new transit operations center in Martinsburg, West Virginia, to house its bus fleet and operations personnel. $4,500,000

Funding Total:
$264,446,775

Updated: Friday, April 6, 2018
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