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United States Department of Transportation United States Department of Transportation

Fiscal Year 2018 Bus and Bus Facilities Projects

Selected projects for FTA’s competitive Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program include 107 projects in 50 states and territories.

StateProject SponsorProject DescriptionFunding Amount
ALASKA TOTAL: $4,250,000
AKMunicipality of AnchorageThe Municipality of Anchorage will receive funding to replace and upgrade the information technology system for the Public Transportation Department. The project will improve the reliability of the bus system and help the city meet growing demand for transit.$4,250,000
ALABAMA TOTAL: $3,761,033
ALAlabama A&M UniversityAlabama A&M University will receive funding to purchase electric buses, construct a bus storage facility, install bus shelters, and upgrade its technology. The project will allow the university, which provides transit services to the university community and the public, to meet growing demand.$3,761,033
ARKANSAS TOTAL: $2,900,000
AROzark Regional TransitOzark Regional Transit will receive funding to replace its administration and operations Center. The new facility will improve safety and accessibility, and accommodate growing demand for transit service in Northwest Arkansas.$2,900,000
ARIZONA TOTAL: $6,393,630
AZCity of PhoenixThe City of Phoenix will receive funding to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. Replacing aging buses will improve the quality of transit service, reduce maintenance costs while increasing safety, and assist with overcrowding on the region's busiest bus routes.$6,393,630
CALIFORNIA TOTAL: $29,303,452
CACity of FresnoThe City of Fresno will receive funding to rehabilitate the Fresno Area Express fixed route maintenance and operations facility. Facility upgrades will help the city improve maintenance and fueling for buses in the fleet, enhancing service and reliability.$1,004,973
CACity of Los Angeles Department of TransportationThe City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation will receive funding to help with the electrification of its bus maintenance facilities to support a new electric bus fleet.$3,215,977
CACity of NorwalkThe City of Norwalk (Norwalk Transit System/NTS) will receive funding to purchase zero emission buses, chargers and electrical infrastructure to accommodate future expansion. The new buses will help NTS provide efficient, reliable service for its 1.5 million annual passengers.$986,928
CACity of RosevilleThe City of Roseville (Roseville Transit) will receive funding to replace commuter buses with zero-emission buses. The new buses will improve transit service and enhance mobility for riders in the rapidly growing region.$826,377
CACity of Santa RosaThe City of Santa Rosa will receive funding to purchase zero emission buses. The new buses will help the city begin to transition the fixed-route bus system to an all-electric bus fleet.$1,780,133
CACity of VisaliaThe City of Visalia will receive funding to purchase new compressed natural gas (CNG) replacement buses, which will allow the city to continue to provide shuttle service from Visalia to Fresno.$569,595
CALos Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA)The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) will receive funding to replace diesel buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses in Los Angeles County. The new buses will help the agency replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life.$5,457,098
CASan Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)The San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS) will receive funding to replace Bus Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) and Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL) hardware. The project will replace existing hardware with new technology that will provide faster, more reliable data connection and improve transit service.$3,923,122
CASan Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA)The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) will receive funding to modernize the Woods Bus Maintenance Facility, which maintains the majority of the agency's hybrid electric bus fleet.$3,617,415
CASan Luis Obispo Regional Transit Authority (RTA)San Luis Obispo Region Transit Authority (RTA) will receive funding for a new bus maintenance facility. The new facility will house RTA operations, maintenance and administration, and will help the agency improve transit service throughout the county and surrounding areas.$6,285,662
CAVictor Valley Transit AuthorityVictor Valley Transit Authority will receive funding to replace CNG buses that have exceeded their useful life with electric buses. The new buses will improve transit service for residents of the High Desert region of San Bernardino County.$867,007
CAState of California Department of TransportationThe State of California Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace and expand specialized vehicles for accessible transportation services in San Diego County.$312,027
CAState of California Department of TransportationThe State of California Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Eastern Sierra Transit Authority to build a new operations and administration facility. The new facility will help improve transit service throughout Inyo and Mono Counties.$457,139
COLORADO TOTAL: $15,891,044
COCity of Fort Collins (Transfort)The City of Fort Collins (Transfort) will receive funding to replace and expand bus stops throughout the bus system. The project will improve accessibility and service for bus riders in Fort Collins and the surrounding areas.$1,520,344
CORegional Transportation District (RTD)The Regional Transportation District (RTD) will receive funding to purchase replacement buses. The new buses will improve the agency's bus fleet, reduce maintenance costs and improve service reliability.$7,497,000
CORegional Transportation District (RTD)The Regional Transportation District (RTD) will receive funding to replace roofs on existing maintenance facilities. This project will help reduce operating and maintenance costs while enhancing transit service in the growing Denver region.$3,503,000
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationThe State of Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Durango Transit to replace aging vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will help Durango Transit continue to provide service to residents in a rural area.$211,200
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationThe State of Colorado will receive funding on behalf of the Roaring Fork Transportation Authority, the nation's largest rural transit agency, to replace diesel buses with clean-diesel commuter coaches. The new buses will improve public safety and increase passenger capacity for rural regional public transit services.$2,231,500
COState of Colorado Department of TransportationThe State of Colorado will receive funding on behalf of Steamboat Springs Transit to replace diesel buses in the rural community of Steamboat Springs with hybrid diesel-electric vehicles. The replacements will enhance safety and fuel efficiency.$536,000
COMesa CountyMesa County on behalf of Grand Valley Transit (GVT) will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will enhance connectivity throughout the county and, with a link to the inter-city bus, provide transit access to Denver and throughout the state.$392,000
CONNECTICUT TOTAL: $7,000,000
CTConnecticut Department of TransportationThe Connecticut Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate the Hartford bus maintenance facility, which supports transit service in the Greater Hartford area for nearly one million residents and some of the largest corporations in the nation. The grant will help renovate the mechanical and electrical systems in the facility that are at the end of their useful life.$7,000,000
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA TOTAL: $4,250,000
DCWashington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) will receive funding to replace buses in the nation's sixth largest fleet. The new buses will help maintain the vehicles in a state of good repair to ensure a safe and reliable fleet.$4,250,000
DELAWARE TOTAL: $3,385,600
DEDelaware Transit CorporationThe Delaware Transit Corporation will receive funding to expand the New Castle County Bus Facility to increase transit service in and around Middletown. The funds will support additional maintenance to support an increased fleet and a growing population.$3,385,600
FLORIDA TOTAL: $11,000,000
FLMiami Dade CountyMiami Dade County will receive funding to replace diesel buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses throughout the fleet. The new buses will replace older model diesel buses that have met or exceeded their useful life. Metrobus provides the primary form of public transportation for riders throughout Florida's most populous area.$11,000,000
GEORGIA TOTAL: $4,250,000
GAGeorgia Department of TransportationThe Georgia Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the City of Albany to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life and fund construction of a transit center that will replace the current undersized leased building with a safe and efficient facility.$4,250,000
IOWA TOTAL: $8,939,672
IACity of DubuqueThe City of Dubuque will receive funding for The Jule transit system to purchase accessible buses. The new vehicles will include new ramps and fare collection systems to improve on-time performance.$1,939,672
IAIowa Department of TransportationThe Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural buses that have exceed their useful life throughout the state. Iowa has 23 rural public transit systems that provided 4.3 million trips in 2017.$7,000,000
IDAHO TOTAL: $288,300
IDIdaho Department of TransportationThe Idaho Transportation Department will receive funding on behalf of the City of Driggs to construct passenger shelters and bus pullouts. The new shelters will provide protection from severe weather, while allowing buses to use designated pullouts outside regular traffic lanes improves safety.$192,000
IDNez Perce TribeThe Nez Perce Tribe will receive funding to purchase new buses and improve its bus storage facility. New bay doors will keep vehicles and equipment secure and provide shelter from adverse weather.$96,300
ILLINOIS TOTAL: $12,947,000
ILBloomington-Normal Public Transportation SystemThe Bloomington-Normal Public Transportation System will receive funding to purchase battery electric replacement buses. The new-technology buses will allow Connect Transit to improve on-time performance while decreasing operating expenses.$6,000,000
ILCity of DecaturThe City of Decatur will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will increase reliability and safety for passengers in the growing community, which is home to agribusinesses and other national corporate headquarters.$4,662,000
ILIllinois Department of TransportationThe Illinois Department of Transportation will receive funding for the cities of Galesburg and Macomb to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life, which will help Go West continue to provide high-quality transit to residents and students at two colleges. The City of Quincy will rehabilitate its bus facility to provide better storage and maintenance, resulting in improved safety and performance.$2,285,000
INDIANA TOTAL: $5,268,272
INSouth Bend Public Transportation CorporationThe South Bend Public Transportation Corporation (Transpo) will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement buses will improve safety and reliability while reducing Transpo's operating costs.$4,910,748
INBloomington Public Transportation CorporationThe Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and associated charging infrastructure. The agency's first new-technology buses will reduce maintenance costs and improve efficiency for a system that serves tens of thousands of university students and others in and around Bloomington.$357,524
KANSAS TOTAL: $503,120
KSTopeka Metropolitan Transit AuthorityThe Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new bus technology, such as on-time arrival information and collision avoidance. Transit buses equipped with the latest technology will improve safety, increase efficiency and improve the riding experience.$503,120
KENTUCKY TOTAL: $7,000,000
KYKentucky Transportation CabinetThe Kentucky Transportation Cabinet will receive funding on behalf of transit agencies in rural areas throughout the state. The funding will be used to replace vehicles, expand fleets, construct and renovate bus facilities, and purchase bus equipment.$7,000,000
LOUISIANA TOTAL: $6,392,000
LANew Orleans Regional Transit AuthorityThe New Orleans Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to expand its biodiesel bus fleet. The project will improve the on-time performance of the system and increase service in key corridors.$6,392,000
MASSACHUSETTS TOTAL: $2,400,000
MAPioneer Valley Transit AuthorityThe Pioneer Valley Transit Authority will receive funding to rehabilitate and convert its 110-year-old fixed-route bus maintenance garage to a paratransit operations and maintenance facility. Fixed route operations are slated to move to a new location in Springfield next year.$2,400,000
MARYLAND TOTAL: $4,365,000
MDMontgomery CountyMontgomery County will receive funding to replace diesel buses with electric buses. The new buses will have lower fuel costs and be more reliable with fewer breakdowns.$4,365,000
MAINE TOTAL: $5,091,370
MECity of BangorThe City of Bangor will receive funding to replace buses operating on the city's fixed route that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will be more reliable, help the city maintain bus service levels, and meet increasing service needs.$2,890,000
MEMaine Department of TransportationThe Maine Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural buses throughout the state. The project will improve reliability, safety and cost-effectiveness of rural transit service.$2,201,370
MICHIGAN TOTAL: $29,303,452
MICapital Area Transportation AuthorityThe Capital Area Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will be more reliable and reduce maintenance costs.$3,155,380
MICentral County Transportation AuthorityThe Central County Transportation Authority will receive funding to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve the safety and reliability of the system and reduce fuel costs.$2,808,797
MICity of Detroit Department of TransportationThe City of Detroit Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate the Coolidge Terminal and Maintenance Facility and return it to operation, following a fire in 2011. The rehabilitated facility will improve system efficiency, accommodate new technologies and support planned service expansions.$9,536,038
MIMichigan Department of TransportationThe Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new vehicles to expand fleets in rural areas and to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will allow rural areas to accommodate increased ridership.$9,536,038
MIMichigan Department of TransportationThe Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new vehicles to expand fleets in small urban transit agencies and replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will increase the safety, reliability and efficiency of bus service.$4,267,199
MINNESOTA TOTAL: $11,000,000
MNMetropolitan Council / Metro TransitThe Metropolitan Council/Metro Transit will receive funding to construct the new Heywood II Bus Garage (Minneapolis Bus Garage). The new garage will enhance efficiency and storage for a planned fleet and service expansion.$11,000,000
MISSOURI TOTAL: $5,630,565
MOMissouri Department of TransportationThe Missouri Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase transit buses and vans for rural public transportation, as well as technological upgrades for new and existing vehicles. The project will improve the safety and reliability of rural transit in the state.$5,630,565
NORTHERN MARIANA ISLANDS TOTAL: $6,387,346
MPOffice of the GovernorThe Office of the Governor of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, on behalf of the Commonwealth Office of Transit Authority (COTA), will receive funding to construct an administrative and maintenance facility and purchase buses and shelters for the first fixed-route service on the island of Saipan.$6,387,346
MISSISSIPPI TOTAL: $857,700
MSMississippi Band of Choctaw IndiansThe Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will receive funding to purchase replacement and expansion vehicles. The new vehicles will improve safety and efficiency and accommodate a planned service expansion.$857,700
MONTANA TOTAL: $4,453,704
MTCity of BillingsThe City of Billings will receive funding to purchase replacement buses and associated equipment. The project will decrease maintenance costs and increase efficiency of repairs.$1,360,000
MTNorthern Cheyenne Tribe of the Northern Cheyenne Indian ReservationThe Northern Cheyenne Tribe of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation will receive funding to construct a new transit facility. The new facility will provide transit vehicle storage, maintenance facilities, administrative space and a waiting area for passengers.$2,765,664
MTConfederated Salish & Kootenai TribesThe Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes will receive funding to purchase new ADA vehicles and bus shelters. The project will allow the Tribe, which provides transit services to the community and the public, to meet growing demand.$328,040
NORTH CAROLINA TOTAL: $8,057,800
NCCity of CharlotteThe City of Charlotte (Charlotte Area Transit System-CATS) will receive funding to purchase replacement vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. These new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of the transit system and improve service with the ultimate goal of expanding express service along I-77.$5,932,800
NCCity of DurhamThe City of Durham (GoDurham) will receive funding to replace diesel vehicles with new electric vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve the safety and reliability of the transit system.$2,125,000
NORTH DAKOTA TOTAL: 3,868,000
NDNorth Dakota Department of TransportationThe North Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace rural transit vehicles throughout the state. The new vehicles will lower the average age of the passenger fleet and reduce maintenance costs.$3,772,000
NDCity of BismarckThe City of Bismarck (BisMan Transit) will receive funding to rehabilitate an existing bus facility to ensure that it remains in a safe and usable condition for its employees.$96,000
NEBRASKA TOTAL: $6,685,000
NEThe Transit Authority of the City of Omaha (Metro)The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha (Metro) will receive funding to purchase associated infrastructure for CNG and electric buses. This will help Metro improve environmental efficiency with its CNG/electric fleet and enhance employee safety and productivity throughout its facilities.$6,685,000
NEW HAMPSHIRE TOTAL: $934,723
NHManchester Transit AuthorityThe Manchester Transit Authority (MTA) will receive funding to purchase replacement buses for their fleet that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will help improve transit service throughout the city of Manchester.$934,723
NEW JERSEY TOTAL: $7,000,000
NJNJ TransitNJ Transit will receive funding to purchase bus lifts to support repairs on its vehicles. The bus lifts will replace existing lifts that are approaching their useful life expectancy. The new lifts will be distributed among NJ Transit's bus garages and will help the agency maintain a state of good repair for its passenger fleet.$7,000,000
NEW MEXICO TOTAL: $11,000,000
NMCity of Las CrucesThe City of Las Cruces will receive funding to construct a new transit maintenance and operations center. The facility will fulfill current vehicle maintenance, upkeep needs, address travel time reliability, and enhance passenger access.$11,000,000
NEVADA TOTAL: $188,760
NVPyramid Lake Paiute TribeThe Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe, a rural tribe located 35 miles northeast of Reno, NV., will receive funding to purchase new buses and rehabilitate existing buses. The new vehicles will help the tribe expand service and increase ridership.$188,760
NEW YORK TOTAL: $18,000,000
NYCapital District Transportation AuthorityThe Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) will receive funding to construct the River Corridor Bus Rapid Transit System, a 16-mile corridor which includes the purchase of vehicles, construction of stops, and other associated improvements. The new service will connect people to jobs, education, and services they need to improve their economic livelihood.$5,000,000
NYNiagara Frontier Transportation AuthorityThe Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority (NFTA/Metro) will receive funding to purchase replacement vehicles for those that have exceeded their useful life.$11,000,000
NYRochester Genesee Regional Transportation AuthorityThe Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA) will receive funding to construct a new service maintenance facility to replace an existing facility that has reached its useful life. The new facility is critical to ensuring the continued operation of the current fleet of vehicles and enhancing employee safety.$2,000,000
OHIO TOTAL: $6,070,330
OHGreater Dayton Regional Transit AuthorityGreater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA) will receive funding to replace diesel buses with electric buses. The new electric buses will improve service reliability, reduce maintenance costs and modernize the agency's passenger fleet.$5,725,000
OHPortage Area Regional Transportation AuthorityThe Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) will receive funding to make the bus wash system CNG-compliant to maintain and ensure service reliability.$165,330
OHSouthwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA)The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) will receive funding to rehabilitate the Silverton Access/"Fare Deal" Customer Facility to enhance accessibility and safety for customers with mobility requirements.$180,000
OKLAHOMA TOTAL: $4,281,796
OKOklahoma Department of TransportationThe Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase replacement and expansion vehicles throughout the state. The new vehicles will help replace existing vehicles that have exceeded their useful life and help expand service to rural and tribal areas in 51 of Oklahoma's 77 counties.$3,874,200
OKOklahoma Department of TransportationThe Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding to rehabilitate bus facilities throughout the state. The project will improve transit accessibility in rural areas.$407,596
OREGON TOTAL: $1,709,990
OROregon Department of TransportationThe Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Yamhill County Transit will receive funding to replace buses. The project's capital improvements will assist the local transit authority to provide dependable and accessible service.$960,090
OROregon Department of TransportationThe Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Benton County will receive funding to purchase new accessible buses. The project will help improve the county's special and rural transportation program.$198,900
OROregon Department of TransportationThe Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Canby Area Transit will receive funding for bus replacement. The project will improve service on a key commuter bus line.$352,000
OROregon Department of TransportationThe Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Curry County will receive funding to purchase new vehicles, replacing those that have exceeded their useful life. The project will help provide critical, ADA-accessible service in a rural area.$131,000
OROregon Department of TransportationThe Oregon Department of Transportation on behalf of Mid-Columbia Economic Development District (MCEDD) will receive funding to purchase a bus, which will support expansion into deviated fixed-route service in addition to existing dial-a-ride service.$68,000
PENNSYLVANIA TOTAL: $7,000,000
PAPennsylvania Department of TransportationThe Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Pennsylvania Fixed Route Intelligent Transportation System (FRITS) Project. The project will be implemented in 32 transit systems and will offer real-time service information for passengers, flexible fare payment options, and enhanced transit planning.$7,000,000
RHODE ISLAND TOTAL: $3,280,000
RIRhode Island Public Transit AuthorityThe Rhode Island Public Transit Authority will receive funding for the Chafee Maintenance Facility Modernization Project. The project will help meet critical maintenance needs and maintain a state of good repair.$3,280,000
SOUTH CAROLINA TOTAL: $11,000,000
SCGreenville Transit AuthorityThe Greenville Transit Authority (GTA) will receive funding for a new transit facility. The project will help GTA meet maintenance and operational needs as local population and ridership continue to grow.$11,000,000
SOUTH DAKOTA TOTAL: $1,252,200
SDOglala Sioux TribeThe Oglala Sioux Tribe will receive funding to purchase accessible transit vehicles equipped with ITS technology. The project will help replace older vehicles with newer, more reliable models to improve service.$262,200
SDSouth Dakota Department of TransportationThe South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Highmore Transit Facility. The project will construct a modern facility for maintenance and operations in an area that currently lacks a centralized facility.$400,000
SDSouth Dakota Department Of TransportationThe South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the River Cities Public Transit (RCPT) Call Center. The project will help RCPT managed increased demand by scheduling and dispatching rides more effectively.$160,000
SDSouth Dakota Department Of TransportationThe South Dakota Department of Transportation on behalf of Prairie Hill Transit and River Cities Transit will receive funding for snow removal equipment. The project will help ensure reliable service in inclement weather.$80,000
SDSouth Dakota Department Of TransportationThe South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Yankton Transit Facility. The project will help expand the existing facility to better protect and maintain vehicles.$350,000
TENNESSEE TOTAL: $9,028,800
TNWeGo Public TransitWeGo Public Transit will receive funding to replace buses throughout the fleet. The project will help maintain state of good repair and improve air quality by replacing aging buses with new hybrid electric models.$9,028,800
TEXAS TOTAL: $26,026,200
TXCity of Wichita FallsThe City of Wichita Falls will receive funding for a bus administration and maintenance facility for the Wichita Falls Transit System and SHARP Lines Rural Transportation. The project will improve maintenance and operational capacity as transit demand grows.$9,864,858
TXCity Transit Management Company Inc. for the City of LubbockThe City Transit Management Company Inc. for the City of Lubbock will receive funding for the purchase of new buses. The project will replace buses that have become unreliable, and have exceeded their useful life in terms of age and mileage.$2,500,000
TXLower Rio Grande Valley Development CouncilThe Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council will receive funding for the design and construction of new bus shelters. The project will provide improved shelters at high-ridership locations along a route connecting the cities of Brownsville, Harlingen, and Edinburg.$661,342
TXVIA Metropolitan TransitVIA Metropolitan Transit in San Antonio will receive funding to relocate their paratransit operating and maintenance facility. The project will accommodate VIA's planned bus and van expansion.$6,000,000
TXTexas Department of TransportationThe Texas Department of Transportation (Austin) will receive funding to purchase buses for rural transit providers throughout the state. The project will replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life.$7,000,000
UTAH TOTAL: $11,000,000
UTUtah Transit AuthorityThe Utah Transit Authority will receive funding for the construction of maintenance and operations buildings for the Depot District Clean Fuel Technology Center (DDTC) in Salt Lake City. The project will allow the service and maintenance of diesel, electric and natural gas buses to be centralized.$11,000,000
VERMONT TOTAL: $2,080,000
VTVermont Agency of TransportationThe Vermont Agency for Transportation will receive funding for the construction of the Bradford Vermont Public Transit Facility. The project will provide a base for rural transit operations for service to a region in east central Vermont.$2,080,000
WASHINGTON TOTAL: $12,588,081
WAIntercity TransitIntercity Transit will receive funding for the Pattison Street Facility Renovation and Expansion Project - Phase II to support current and future demand for transit services in Olympia, and the neighboring cities of Lacey, Tumwater, and Yelm.$9,703,001
WASauk-Suiattle Indian TribeThe Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe will receive funding to purchase new buses and build new bus shelters to support the service of its DC Direct Shuttle Transit. The project will help those in its service area of Darrington, White Horse, Rockport, Vanhorn, the City of Concrete and the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe reservation travel to employment, health and social services, educational opportunities and commerce.$170,000
WAWashington State Department of TransportationThe Washington State Department of Transportation on behalf of the rural Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area will receive funding to purchase hybrid buses to replace diesel buses. The project will support Mason Transit Authority's Worker/Driver commuter service program to Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Bremerton.$1,482,690
WAKalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel ReservationThe Kalispel Indian Community of the Kalispel Reservation will receive funding to purchase an expansion bus. The project will buy a passenger bus with ADA accessibility to meet the growing demand for increased transportation service for local communities in Pend Oreille/Spokane counties.$115,960
WAWashington State Department of TransportationThe Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to deploy low emission vehicles in rural Columbia County. The project will support the replacement of diesel buses with hybrid buses to improve quality of life and create a healthier environment.$176,000
WAWashington State Department of TransportationThe Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to deploy lower-emission propane powered paratransit buses in rural Island County. The project will support the state's effort to lower operating costs and reduce vehicle emissions to improve environmental quality.$940,430
WISCONSIN TOTAL: $11,322,500
WICity of Appleton, Valley TransitThe City of Appleton, Valley Transit will receive funding for their bus replacement project. The project will support mobility needs of transit riders in the Fox Cities area of Wisconsin.$4,000,000
WICity of JanesvilleThe City of Janesville will receive funding for the purchase of replacement buses. The project will buy new ADA-accessible transit buses with "Clean Diesel" technology.$2,000,000
WIWisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT)The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) in Madison will receive funding to purchase new buses for rural transit providers across the state. The project will support the mobility needs for more safe, effective and efficient transit services.$5,142,500
WIMenominee Indian Tribe of WisconsinThe Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin will receive funding to purchase new buses. The project will replace buses that have exceeded their useful life to support transit needs of the Menominee Reservation.$180,000
WEST VIRGINIA TOTAL: $182,400
WVWest Virginia Division of Public TransitThe West Virginia Division of Public Transit will receive funding for rural buses across the state. The project will support transit agencies efforts to meet and sustain performance targets and preserve state of good repair goals.$182,400
WYOMING TOTAL: $393,600
WYWyoming Department of TransportationThe Wyoming Department of Transportation will receive funding for the Sheridan, Wyoming Public Transportation Bus Replacement Project for Goose Creek Transit. The project will support the maintenance and provision of safe, affordable and reliable transit service to the community.$393,600

Total:
$366,162,440

Last updated: Thursday, March 7, 2019