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Fiscal Year 2020 Buses and Bus Facilities Projects

State Project Sponsor Project Description Funding Amount
AK Fairbanks North Star Borough Fairbanks North Star Borough in Alaska will receive funding to complete construction of the second phase of a project to replace its current transit facility, which has exceeded its useful life. The new facility will include warm storage, administrative offices and operations facilities as well as additional maintenance bays, which will improve transit service and reliability in Fairbanks. $10,403,343
AK Ketchikan Indian Community (KIC) Ketchikan Indian Community (KIC) in Alaska will receive funding to purchase a new transit vehicle to expand transit service for tribal residents within the Ketchikan Gateway Borough. This project will improve safety, reliability and mobility for tribal residents in southeastern Alaska. $93,000
AL City of Huntsville, Alabama The City of Huntsville, Alabama, will receive funding to construct a multimodal transfer station and renovate its existing operating facility. The project will improve safety and reliability, and accommodate growing ridership for Huntsville Transit. $12,541,782
AZ City of Phoenix Public Transit Department The City of Phoenix Public Transit Department in Arizona will receive funding to purchase new buses that will replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in the Phoenix area. $6,948,750
CA Butte County Association of Governments The Butte County Association of Governments in California will receive funding to purchase electric buses and related charging equipment and infrastructure for B-Line (Butte Regional Transit). This project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in Chico, Oroville, Paradise, and communities throughout Butte County. $1,767,769
CA California Department of Transportation on behalf of Kern Regional Transit The California Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Kern Regional Transit to construct a bus maintenance facility in Kern County. This project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in the City of Bakersfield and throughout Kern County. $1,400,000
CA City of Davis The City of Davis in California will receive funding to purchase new battery-electric buses to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will improve the safety and reliability of Unitrans public transit, which serves residents of the City of Davis, including students and employees of the University of California-Davis. $3,760,000
CA Monterey-Salinas Transit Monterey-Salinas Transit in California will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace aging vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve transit service in the greater Monterey and Salinas areas and communities throughout Monterey County, which is located along the central coast of California. $2,521,984
CA Solano County Transit Solano County Transit (SolTrans) in California will receive funding to plan, construct, and install electrical charging infrastructure, including on route charging at transit centers, for a future all-electric bus fleet. The project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents of the cities of Vallejo and Benicia and communities throughout southern Solano County. $1,850,000
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation (CDOT) The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Archuleta County to build a bus center and buy a larger, ADA-compliant van to provide more reliable and efficient transit options for a growing ridership. The county plans to expand daily bus service from rural southwest Colorado to Durango, where riders access jobs, healthcare and other vital services. $1,812,000
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation (CDOT) The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Roaring Fork Transportation Authority (RFTA) to renovate and expand its current maintenance facility into a centrally located regional center housing operations, maintenance and administration to accommodate growth in population, jobs and ridership. RFTA provides 5 million trips a year to three rural counties and eight towns in central Colorado. $11,475,000
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation (CDOT) The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the Town of Estes Park to construct a bus storage facility to house electric trollies used in its seasonal transit and shuttle service. Indoor storage will allow the Town to prolong the useful life of the trollies, including batteries, tires and vehicles, for serving residents and tourists in this gateway community to Rocky Mountain National Park. $300,800
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation (CDOT) The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Durango Transit to purchase buses to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will help improve the safety and reliability of Durango Transit's fleet, which provides approximately 400,000 rides per year through mountainous terrain and challenging weather conditions. $479,444
CO State of Colorado, Department of Transportation (CDOT) The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of on behalf of the Eagle County Regional Transportation Authority (ECO Transit) to purchase buses to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. ECO Transit provides fixed-route and on-demand transit in rural Eagle and Lake Counties. $800,000
CT Connecticut Department of Transportation The Connecticut Department of Transportation will receive funding to upgrade CT Transit bus storage facilities in the City of Stamford as it prepares to introduce battery-electric buses into its fleet. Building renovations will include upgrading electrical service, heating/cooling and fire suppression systems and upgrading lighting to ensure a state of good repair for the current and future fleet. $6,730,532
DC District Department of Transportation The District Department of Transportation will receive funding to modernize and expand the DC Circulator operations and maintenance facility located on South Capitol Street SE in Washington, DC. The facility will house an expanded fleet of battery-electric vehicles and support the safety and reliability of DC Circulator service. $5,984,319
DE Delaware Transit Corporation The Delaware Transit Corporation (DTC) will receive funding to install a canopy system with a solar panel array for its bus parking facility in Dover, Delaware. The facility is the primary bus storage location in Central Delaware, and this project will improve maintenance, extend the life of vehicles and reduce energy costs. $2,480,000
FL Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) The Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX), in Florida will receive funding to purchase new electric buses to replace older diesel buses that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement vehicles will improve safety and support LYNX's state of good repair needs. $2,840,000
FL Collier, County of The County of Collier (Collier Area Transit) in Florida will receive funding to purchase new buses and to rehabilitate its existing operations and maintenance building. This project will improve safety and state of good repair for facilities that were originally built in the 1980's. $9,020,000
FL Hillsborough Transit Authority The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) in Florida will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and charging infrastructure. This project will allow HART to improve access, mobility and service reliability for residents of Tampa and Hillsborough County. $2,742,675
FL Jacksonville Transportation Authority The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA), in Florida will receive funding to purchase new buses that will replace buses that have exceeded their useful life and rehabilitate its existing operations and maintenance building. This project will improve safety, reliability and state of good repair. $11,986,230
FL Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA), in Pinellas County, Florida, will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and a new depot charging station. This project will allow PSTA to continue its electric bus expansion program while improving safety, reliability and a state of good repair. $1,239,710
GA Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) in Georgia will receive funding to construct a new multi-purpose operations and maintenance bus facility in Clayton County. This project will allow MARTA to improve service reliability and maintain a state of good repair. $13,000,000
GU Guam Regional Transit Authority Guam Regional Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and related charging infrastructure and construct a new park and ride facility in the Village of Dededo. The project will improve the safety, reliability and accessibility of transit service for residents of the island of Guam. $9,558,120
HI Hawaii Department of Transportation The Hawaii Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new hybrid and diesel buses for public transportation services in the counties of Hawaii, Kauai, and Maui. The new buses will improve the safety and reliability of transit services. $9,596,669
IA City of Dubuque The City of Dubuque's public transit service, The Jule, will receive funding to purchase zero-emission transit vehicles and make other upgrades, including new pedestrian shelters along bus routes to be powered by solar energy, new ticket vending machines, and electronic information boards with real-time bus schedule and route information. The project will help the city expand its transit fleet and improve transit service for residents. $1,073,000
IA Iowa Department of Transportation The Iowa Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace aging transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life with new buses to improve the statewide public transit fleet of buses. The new buses will improve transit service and reliability for rural and urban transit systems throughout Iowa. $5,541,710
ID Valley Regional Transit Valley Regional Transit in Idaho will receive funding to renovate a Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) fueling station to extend its useful life through a transition period to electric vehicles and to accommodate a larger fleet through parking lot rehabilitation and expansion. This project will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents of Boise and communities throughout Ada and Canyon Counties in southern Idaho. $2,140,000
IL Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System (DBA Connect Transit) The Bloomington-Normal Public Transit System (Connect Transit) in Illinois will receive funding to build the Downtown Bloomington Transportation Center to replace the current on-street bus transfer area. The new center will serve 10 bus routes and 1,800 daily boardings, offering riders protection from weather and improved safety, access, amenities and transit service. $8,000,000
IL Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink) The Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink) in Illinois will receive funding to construct a new operations and maintenance facility as well as upgrade existing facilities. The project will improve safety and service reliability as well as allow CityLink to implement new transit technologies. $10,000,000
IL Pace Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority The Pace Suburban Bus Division of the Regional Transportation Authority in Illinois will receive funding to lease a bus storage and maintenance facility in East Dundee until construction is finished on a new facility in Elgin at the end of 2022. The funding will allow Pace to support its I-90 corridor bus service expansion, connecting the northwest suburbs to employment and other destinations in downtown Chicago. $850,464
IN Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation The Bloomington Public Transportation Corporation in Indiana will receive funding to purchase electric buses and charging stations. The new, technologically advanced buses will replace aging buses, reduce operating and maintenance costs and support future service expansion in the City of Bloomington. $3,200,000
IN Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation The Greater Lafayette Public Transportation Corporation in Indiana will receive funding to expand and upgrade its compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling station. The project will help accommodate the growing number of CNG vehicles in the fleet, increase operational efficiency and support growing ridership. $1,200,000
KS Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority in Kansas will receive funding to purchase buses and upgraded bus radios as well as new, solar-powered signs displaying real-time arrival information at its 10 busiest bus stops. The new vehicles and amenities will improve system safety, reliability and resiliency. $4,987,500
KY Kentucky Transportation Cabinet The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) will receive funding on behalf of 10 rural transit agencies to purchase new buses to replace buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will allow KYTC to improve safety, service reliability and maintain a state of good repair. $3,070,671
KY Transit Authority of Central Kentucky The Transit Authority of Central Kentucky (TACK) will receive funding to replace vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement vehicles will reduce maintenance costs and improve service reliability for residents in Hardin and Meade Counties, including services to Louisville and surrounding areas. $2,037,920
LA New Orleans Regional Transit Authority The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) in Louisiana will receive funding to purchase buses, paratransit vehicles and equipment. The project will allow RTA to replace aging buses, keep the fleet in a state of good repair and meet growing demand for transit. $13,916,000
MA Berkshire Regional Transit Authority Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) in Massachusetts will receive funding to replace mini buses that have exceeded their useful life and undertake repairs at its Intermodal Transportation Center and maintenance facility near Pittsfield. The project will improve state of good repair for the BRTA system, which serves 24 towns and two cities in western Massachusetts. $333,732
MA Lowell Regional Transit Authority Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) in Massachusetts will receive funding to replace buses and related equipment that have exceeded their useful life. Replacing the aging equipment will improve safety and efficiency for LRTA riders in Lowell and 13 other northeast Massachusetts communities. $4,620,000
MA Montachusett Regional Transit Authority The Montachusett Regional Transit Authority (MART) in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, will receive funding to replace its fare collection system with a modernized version that will accept multiple payment methods and online farecard management. MART will implement the fare collection system in all transit and paratransit vehicles for greater continuity in the fleet. $1,000,000
MA Pioneer Valley Transit Authority Pioneer Valley Transit Authority in Massachusetts will receive funding to replace bus wash systems in its in Northampton and UMass Amherst maintenance facilities that have exceeded their useful life and cannot accommodate paratransit vans. The new systems will increase safety and efficiency by adding capability to wash all vehicles in the fleet, conserve energy and water, and eliminate icy, dangerous conditions for bus drivers and pedestrians resulting from hand washing of vehicles. $1,536,000
MA Worcester Regional Transit Authority Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) in Massachusetts will receive funding for a new mobile fare payment system for its bus system to include rider-managed online accounts, fare capping to ensure lowest fares for any given trip and payment using a variety of media. The system also will enable WRTA to more accurately track riders by location and fare type. $722,606
MD MDOT MTA on Behalf of Harford County, Maryland The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) on behalf of Harford County will receive funding to replace diesel buses with compressed natural gas (CNG) buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will improve service reliability while maintaining a state of good repair. $3,437,370
MD MDOT MTA on Behalf of Howard County, Maryland The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) on behalf of Howard County will receive funding to purchase replacement transit vehicles and implement an automated bus stop announcement system on its fixed route fleet. This project will improve service reliability while maintaining a state of good repair. $1,239,024
MD MDOT MTA on Behalf of The County Commissioners of Carroll County The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) on behalf of Carroll County will receive funding to purchase vehicles to replace older vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. This project will improve service reliability while maintaining a state of good repair. $118,174
ME City of Bangor The City of Bangor, Maine, will receive funding to add passenger shelters and bus boarding areas for its Community Connector service, which has used a "flag stop" hailing model with no designed bus stops. The project will produce a bus stop location plan considering ridership, connectivity, transfer points, accessibility, safety, streetscapes and rider amenities, creating more efficient, better connections to jobs, schools and community services. $396,800
ME Greater Portland Transit District The Greater Portland Transit District in Maine will receive funding to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. The bus replacements will be ADA-compliant and improve safety and efficiency for the fleet, which serves a growing ridership in the City of Portland. $821,526
ME Maine Department of Transportation The Maine Department of Transportation will receive funding to build an intermodal welcome center at the Acadia Gateway Center in Trenton, Maine, near the entrance to Acadia National Park. The center will serve as the headquarters for Downeast Transportation, Inc.'s popular Island Explorer bus system, which serves the National Park and surrounding communities. $9,000,000
MI City of Battle Creek (Battle Creek Transit) The City of Battle Creek (Battle Creek Transit) will receive funding to purchase buses to replace aging vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses, which will feature modern safety technology for drivers and riders, will allow Battle Creek Transit to improve reliability and reduce maintenance costs. $5,340,000
MI Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) The Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA) in Michigan will receive funding to rehabilitate its bus terminal in downtown Lansing. The project will allow CATA, which serves Lansing, Ingham County and surrounding areas, to improve safety and accessibility for passengers and keep the terminal in a state of good repair. $1,824,416
MI Michigan Department of Transportation The Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding for bus facility rehabilitation and expansion projects for four rural transit providers. The project will allow the City of Big Rapids, Gladwin County, Ogemaw County and the Roscommon County Transportation Authority to enhance transit safety and access and improve service reliability. $2,365,600
MI Michigan Department of Transportation The Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase transit vehicles for rural transit agencies across the state. The new vehicles will allow the agencies to replace aging vehicles and expand their fleets, resulting in enhanced safety and service reliability for riders. $4,924,382
MI Michigan Department of Transportation The Michigan Department of Transportation will receive funding for the construction of a new headquarters and transfer station for Bay Area Transportation Authority (BATA). BATA, which provides transit service in Leelanau and Grand Traverse counties, is constructing the project in tandem with the Traverse City Housing Commission which is developing affordable workforce housing on an adjacent site. $13,380,000
MN Metropolitan Council on behalf of Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA) The Metropolitan Council will receive funding on behalf of the Minnesota Valley Transit Authority (MVTA) to improve and modernize the Burnsville Bus Garage. The project will allow MVTA, which provides transit service to Twin Cities suburbs in Dakota and Scott counties, to improve safety and efficiency and accommodate future fleet and service expansions. $2,800,000
MN Minnesota State Department of Transportation The Minnesota State Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new buses for rural transit agencies throughout the state. The new buses, which will replace aging vehicles that have exceeded their useful life, will improve service reliability and feature new technology that improves safety for passengers. $4,412,890
MO Kansas City Area Transportation Authority Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) will receive funding to modernize its decades-old operations center to bring the facility into a state of good repair and meet current bus operational needs. In addition to replacing the roof and HVAC system, the new space will be reconfigured for more efficient operations, including bus dispatching, operator communications, training and safety management. $7,980,000
MS City of Hattiesburg The City of Hattiesburg (Hub City Transit) will receive funding to improve bus stops by adding sidewalks, pedestrian signals and crosswalks at selected locations. The upgrades will enhance safety for riders, increase access to businesses, and attract new customers. $1,831,200
MT Montana Department of Transportation on behalf of Opportunity Link, Inc The Montana Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of North Central Montana Transit (NCMT) to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life with new accessible buses and vans. This project will support NCMT's efforts to keep its fleet in a state of good repair, improving safety and reliability for riders from Fort Belknap and Hill and Blaine counties. $201,549
NC City of Asheville The City of Asheville will receive funding to improve bus stops by adding shelters and benches as well as infrastructure that complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The upgrades will enhance safety for riders, better accommodate passenger transfers between buses, and attract new customers. $1,000,000
NC City of Fayetteville The City of Fayetteville in North Carolina will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will improve service reliability, reduce maintenance costs and maintain a state of good repair. $1,734,000
NC Town of Chapel Hill The Town of Chapel Hill (Chapel Hill Transit) in North Carolina will receive funding to purchase new electric buses and charging infrastructure to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life. This project will support CHT's state of good repair needs, while reducing the agency's operating costs. $5,600,000
ND North Dakota Department of Transportation The North Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding for rural systems to purchase new buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will improve the safety and reliability of transit service for residents in Bismarck-Mandan, Fargo-Moorhead, Grand Forks-East Grand Forks, and other communities throughout the state of North Dakota. $15,000,000
NE The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha d/b/a/ Metro The Transit Authority of the City of Omaha (Metro) will receive funding to replace transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life. The new vehicles will enable Metro to modernize buses and improve the state of good repair of its fleet, reduce operating and maintenance expenses, enhance safety, and increase reliability. $13,558,199
NH City of Nashua The City of Nashua in New Hampshire will receive funding to renovate and upgrade the Nashua Transit System Transit Center to improve safety and add technology enhancements for riders. The upgrades include improving lighting and camera systems as well as incorporating on-time bus arrival and departure data, WiFi and automatic announcements and displays. $821,500
NJ New Jersey Transit Corporation The New Jersey Transit Corporation (NJ Transit) will receive funding to rehabilitate its Wayne Bus Maintenance Facility in Passaic County. This project will improve safety and state of good repair for facilities that were originally built in the 1990's. $14,672,995
NM Ohkay Owingeh The Ohkay Owingeh Tribe, which operates PoPay Transit in Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, will receive funding to replace its transit facility, which has exceeded its useful life. The new facility will include a dispatch office, public waiting area and additional bus maintenance bays, which will improve reliability for its on-demand service. $582,664
NV Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County The Regional Transportation Commission of Washoe County in Nevada will receive funding to replace older buses that have exceeded their useful life with new hybrid diesel-electric buses. This project will improve safety and reliability for residents in Reno, Sparks and other communities throughout Washoe County. $4,080,000
NY County of Suffolk The County of Suffolk (Suffolk County Transit) in New York will receive funding to purchase new battery electric buses and support charging equipment. The new buses will improve safety, reliability and state of good repair for the system. $1,600,000
NY New York City Department of Transportation The New York City Department of Transportation will receive funding to enhance service, reliability and pedestrian safety along the South Bronx Bx6 Select Bus Service route. The Bx6 SBS carries passengers between Washington Heights in Manhattan to the South Bronx. $10,000,000
OH Butler County Regional Transit Authority The Butler County Regional Transit Authority (BCRTA) in Ohio will receive funding to construct bus storage and maintenance facilities at the planned Butler County Connect Chestnut Street Multimodal Station and Shared Services Facility in the City of Oxford. The new storage and maintenance facilities will improve the efficiency of transit operations for passengers in Oxford, including students and staff of Miami University. $2,000,000
OH Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority The Greater Dayton Regional Transit Authority (GDRTA) in Ohio will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will allow GDRTA, which serves Montgomery and Greene counties, to improve service for riders, reduce maintenance costs and keep its fleet in a state of good repair. $4,324,608
OH Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority The Portage Area Regional Transportation Authority (PARTA) in Ohio will receive funding to purchase a new CNG-powered vehicle to replace an aging diesel bus. The new bus will improve safety and service reliability for passengers in Portage County and lower PARTA's maintenance costs. $446,742
OK Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority The Metropolitan Tulsa Transit Authority in Oklahoma will receive funding to replace buses, rehabilitate a parking and paratransit call center building facility, and introduce modernized technology to support its Route 66 (11th Street) bus rapid transit line. The projects will help build the regional transit network and elevate Tulsa as a hub for business, culture and entertainment. $3,175,604
OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of Oklahoma State University -Stillwater Community Transit (OSU Transit) to expand and upgrade its 50-year-old maintenance facility. The new facility will provide OSU Transit the ability to maintain buses rather than outsourcing, providing cost savings and enhancing service for the Oklahoma State University community. $9,120,000
OK Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will receive funding on behalf of the Ki Bois Area Transit System to purchase new buses that have exceeded their useful life. The replacement vehicles will improve safety, reduce maintenance costs and improve reliability so Ki Bois can continue its critical rural service across 12 counties, including three tribal nations. $1,452,544
OR Lane Transit District Lane Transit District in Oregon will receive funding to replace old buses that have exceeded their useful life with new electric buses. The replacement vehicles will improve safety, air quality and reliability for residents in the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area. $3,952,851
OR Rogue Valley Transportation District The Rogue Valley Transportation District in Oregon will receive funding to purchase new, accessible buses. The new vehicles will improve access and transit service for residents to reach jobs, school, healthcare centers, and other travel destinations within Jackson County, Oregon. $2,687,000
PA City of Hazleton The City of Hazleton (Hazleton Public Transit) in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, will receive funding to construct a new bus maintenance and storage facility. The new facility will allow Hazleton Public Transit to more efficiently maintain its buses and improve service reliability. $10,000,000
PA Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority The Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority in Erie County, Pennsylvania, will receive funding to purchase new Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) buses to replace older diesel buses that have exceed their useful life. This project will improve safety, service reliability and maintain a state of good repair. $1,466,250
PR Municipio de Carolina The Municipio de Carolina will receive funding to purchase new buses to replace old buses that have exceeded their useful life. The upgrades will improve the quality of transit service, enhance mobility for riders and reduce maintenance costs while increasing safety for passengers throughout Carolina, Puerto Rico. $2,482,880
RI Rhode Island Public Transit Authority The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority (RIPTA) will receive funding to purchase new buses that will replace aging buses that have exceeded their useful life. The new buses will improve safety and reliability for RIPTA riders, who access the statewide service through hubs in Providence, Pawtucket and Newport. $8,913,508
SC Berkeley Charleston Dorchester Council of Governments The Berkeley Charleston Dorchester Council of Governments in South Carolina will receive funding to construct a new park-and-ride and multimodal transit hub in Charleston's Upper Peninsula area. The facility will provide parking and transit connections to the free Downtown Area Shuttles (DASH) and HOP route, which provides access to jobs, healthcare and other destinations as well as a connection to a future bus rapid transit line to downtown Charleston. $2,777,211
SD South Dakota Department of Transportation The South Dakota Department of Transportation will receive funding to replace aging transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life with new buses for rural public transportation providers throughout the state. The new buses will improve transit service and reliability particularly for rural residents who rely on transit to travel to jobs, medical care and other essential services. $1,636,000
TX Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) will receive funding to replace legacy fare payment systems used by regional transit providers in the Houston area. The new, innovative fare collection system will improve payment options among regional transit services and allow customers to purchase media and reload value to their accounts using cash, credit or debit. $14,770,058
TX Texas Department of Transportation The Texas Department of Transportation will receive funding to construct two rural transit facilities, including Panhandle Community Services' (PCS) rural maintenance and administrative facility in Amarillo and Rolling Plains Management Corporation's operations and administrative center in Crowell. These new transit facilities will improve transit service and reliability for residents in these Texas communities. $10,210,000
TX The City of Conroe The City of Conroe will receive funding to replace aging transit vehicles that have exceeded their useful life with new vehicles to ensure the Conroe Connection Transit (CCT) fleet remains in a state of good repair. This project will allow the city to increase the frequency of service on several bus routes and meet the transit and mobility needs of residents. $896,000
UT Cache Valley Transit District (CVTD) Cache Valley Transit District (CVTD) will receive funding to construct a new bus storage, maintenance, and administration facility to meet growing transit needs in Cache County. The new facility will allow CVTD to expand service, improve reliability and maintain buses in a state of good repair to improve transit service for residents. $18,000,000
VT Vermont Agency of Transportation The Vermont Agency of Transportation will receive funding to replace aging transit vehicles throughout the state that have exceeded their useful life. The new transit vehicles will improve safety and reliability of transit service statewide, and help rural residents access jobs, medical care and other critical services. $836,355
WA Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) will receive funding to purchase high-capacity transit buses for its SR 522/NE 145th Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Service to deliver new, expanded service and to help relieve congestion in a rapidly growing region. The new vehicles will improve access and mobility for residents in north Lake Washington communities. $4,800,000
WA Intercity Transit Intercity Transit will receive funding to renovate, modernize and expand its bus maintenance facility, which was built in 1985 and is in significant need of upgrades to maintain a state of good repair. The project will improve maintenance activities and accommodate additional transit vehicles to ensure safe and reliable transit service in Washington's capital, Olympia, and surrounding communities in Thurston County. $11,345,700
WA King County Metro Transit King County Metro Transit will receive funding to replace heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system equipment located within three buildings on its Central/Atlantic Base bus complex. This project will help the agency maintain a state of good repair, reduce energy and repair costs, and ensure reliable, high-frequency transit service for residents of Seattle and communities throughout King County. $4,532,400
WA Spokane Transit Authority Spokane Transit Authority will receive funding to purchase double decker buses to operate on the Cheney High Performance Transit corridor. The new buses will improve capacity and ensure safe and reliable transit service for growing ridership along the 16-mile corridor between Downtown Spokane and the City of Cheney. $2,950,000
WA Washington State Department of Transportation The Washington State Department of Transportation will receive funding to purchase new buses and make bus facility improvements for nine rural public transportation providers serving 12 rural counties in Washington State. The project will ensure safe and reliable transit service for rural residents. $4,871,549
WI City of Madison The City of Madison, Wisconsin, will receive funding to purchase new 60-foot articulated buses and upgrade a maintenance facility to accommodate the larger buses. This project will reduce overcrowding on Metro Transit's high demand bus routes, and improve transit service and reliability for residents of Madison and the surrounding communities. $4,676,760
WI Milwaukee County Milwaukee County in Wisconsin will receive funding to replace an aging roof that is 35 years old and has exceeded its useful life at the Milwaukee County Transit System Fleet Maintenance Facility. The new roof will improve maintenance activities and ensure a state of good repair so the transit system can continue to provide safe and reliable transit service for residents throughout Milwaukee County. $3,003,628
WY Wyoming Department of Transportation on behalf of the University of Wyoming The Wyoming Department of Transportation on behalf of the University of Wyoming will receive funding to construct a new transit maintenance and storage facility in Laramie, Wyoming. The new facility will replace an obsolete facility that is over 70 years old, improve maintenance activities and ensure a state of good repair for University of Wyoming Transit Services. $4,237,262

Funding Total:
$463,848,929

Last updated: Tuesday, August 11, 2020