John Giorgis Presentation

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National Transit Database
State DOT Reporting
John Giorgis
Director of Strategic Planning & Analysis, FTA
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Rural
Subrecipients
Tribal
Program
Ridership – Top States
State
UPT*
Colorado
10.0
North Carolina
8.4
Washington
7.8
California
7.3
Maryland
6.2
Michigan
5.7
Iowa
5.3
Pennsylvania
4.7
New York
4.5
Minnesota
4.4
* In millions
Ridership – Top 10
(By Subrecipient)
Subrecipient
State
UPT
Roaring Fork Transportation Authority
CO
3.3
Ocean City, MD
MD
3.1
County of Maui - Dept. of Transportation
HI
2.3
Park City Municipal Corporation
UT
1.8
Summit County Board of Community Commissioners
CO
1.7
IL
1.7
OATS, Inc.
MO
1.6
Pullman Transit
WA
1.4
City of Clemson/Clemson Area Transit
SC
1.4
County of Hawaii Mass Transit Agency
HI
1.3
City of Macomb
* In millions
2010 Census Changes
• New Urbanized Areas (UZAs) were created,
or existing UZAs expanded
• Many Rural Operators transitioned to Urban
Areas and now report directly
• FTA still collects Rural Data from these
systems, and includes them in the
apportionment
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MAP-21 Changes
• Beginning with Report Year 2011, NTD data is
used in the §5311 apportionment formula
– Vehicle Revenue Miles
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NTD Reporting – 5311 Beneficiaries
Reporters Expending 5311*
+
Rural transit providers
Tribal transit providers
Urban transit providers
Total
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
1,263
3
84
1,350
1,303
23
108
1,434
1,314
36
125
1,475
1,361
50
137
1,548
1,372
59
152
1,583
1,304
82
195
1,581
1,260
82
213
1,555
*includes ARRA 5311, 5311(c) Tribal Transit Program, and 5311(f) Intercity Bus set-aside
+includes Intercity Bus operators
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Urban Reporters
with Rural Service
Urban Reporters & Rural Data
• Every Urban Reporter must divide their VRM
data among all geographies served
• Rules for Rural Reporting
– Service starting and ending in a rural area must be
attributed to rural areas
– Service using 5311 operating assistance must be
attributed to rural areas
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Changes from New NTD System
• States may authorize a subrecipient to input
data directly into the State’s NTD report
• New system will integrate validation checks
– States will no longer be required to use Word
documents to manage validation
– Issues will fire within the reporting system
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Report Year 2014
Reporting Deadlines:
Fiscal Year End Date
Report Due Date
January 1 – June 30
July 1 – September 30
October 1 – December 31
January 31
January 31
April 30
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Common Issues
• Data Entry
– Missing digits, too many digits, skipped fields
• Operating Expenses
– Not limited to §5311 reimbursement. Agencies
should report the full cost of general public transit
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NTD Rural Analysts
Joseph Eldredge - FTA Regions: 5 6 7 9
[email protected]
434-993-8690
Loucas Lamkin - FTA Regions: 1 2 3 4 8 10
[email protected]
434-299-8796
[email protected] – (888)-252-0936
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