Bus program operating costs
Download
1 / 12

Bus Program Operating Costs TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 388 Views
  • Uploaded on

Bus Program Operating Costs TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE July 2, 2003 Overview Handout #1 “Transit Operating Costs” Operating environment Bus/DAR operations funding components Cost components/allocations Capital Costs Handout #2 “Performance Management Analysis System”

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about 'Bus Program Operating Costs TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE' - Audrey


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
Bus program operating costs l.jpg

Bus Program Operating Costs

TRANSPORTATION POLICY COMMITTEE

July 2, 2003


Overview l.jpg
Overview

Handout #1 “Transit Operating Costs”

  • Operating environment

  • Bus/DAR operations funding components

  • Cost components/allocations

  • Capital Costs

    Handout #2 “Performance Management Analysis System”

  • Valley Metro system performance FY2002


Valley metro service handout 1 l.jpg
Valley Metro Service(Handout #1)

  • Predominately “contracted” environment

  • Bus service is provided by 5 different entities under the umbrella of the Valley Metro identity

  • Bus service provides over 50 million trips and more than 30 million miles of service annually

  • DAR service is offered by 9 different entities

  • DAR services provides 1 million trips annually

  • Bus and DAR service cost components are similar


Valley metro service funding millions 2002 l.jpg
Valley Metro Service Funding($Millions)(2002)

Operations

  • RARF: $ 5.4

  • City General Funds $29.3

  • Dedicated Sales Taxes $49.5

  • LTAF $13.9

  • Farebox $27.6

  • Other $ 7.6

    Total $133.3


Service costs millions 2002 l.jpg

Gross Op. Net Op. Farebox Rev. CostsCosts / %

Bus $106.2$ 81.8$24.4 / 23.0%

Circ/Shut $3.6 / .3%

DAR $ 21.5 $20.3$ 1.3 / 6.0%

Van Pool $ 2.0 $ 1.9 $ .1 /96.4%

Service Costs($Millions)(2002)


Cost components l.jpg
Cost Components

  • Labor: Includes all driver, mechanic, supervisor, management (no city or agency staff is included)

  • Benefits: All insurance, worker’s comp, vacation, holidays, retirement, other benefits offered

  • Outside Services: subcontracted services, including some maintenance repair

  • Fuel/Parts/Supplies: All vehicle fuel for revenue/non-revenue vehicles, and vehicle repair parts and supplies.

  • Utilities: Electricity, water, gas, other misc. utility charges


Cost components cont l.jpg
Cost Components (Cont.)

  • Insurance: Liability, property damage, other insurance coverage

  • Licensing/Taxes: Licensing and fees for non-revenue vehicles supplied by the contractor, property and other taxes

  • Miscellaneous Expense: Travel, amortized startup expenses, other misc.

  • Equipment/Rentals/Leases: Facilities, equipment, and other related items

  • Allocations/Profit: Corporate allocations and profits, where appropriate (no city or agency allocations are included)


Operating cost s l.jpg
Operating Cost %’s

Category%

  • Labor: 50.6

  • Benefits: 22.5

  • Outside Services: 2.1

  • Fuel/Parts/Supplies: 15.1

  • Utilities: 1.2

  • Insurance: 2.5

  • Licensing/Taxes: 0.3

  • Miscellaneous Expense: 1.1

  • Equipment/Rentals/Leases: 2.0

  • Allocations/Profit: 2.5


Capital funds l.jpg
Capital Funds

  • Formula funds (FTA Section 5307) -- 17% or 20% match. Rolling stock, associated capital maintenance, capital cost of contracting, maintenance of existing facilities, and other capital purchases.

  • Discretionary funds (FTA Section 5309) - usually 50%-50% match. Competitive, requested at higher local matching levels, facilities construction, buses, LRT.

  • Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality (CMAQ) and Surface Transportation Program (STP) flexible funds -- 5.7%, and/or 0%. Rolling stock, Park-n-Rides, and LRT design/ administration are typically funded in this program.


M o capital split l.jpg
M/O-Capital Split

M/O $Capital $

  • Local/Regional Bus Ops 74% 26%

  • BRT 61% 39%

  • Dial-a-Ride 74% 26%

  • LRT 27% 73%


Performance management analysis system handout 2 l.jpg
Performance Management Analysis System(Handout #2)

  • System Summary

    • Fixed Route

    • Shuttle/Circulator

    • Dial-a-Ride

    • Van Pool

  • Operating and Capital Components

  • Ratings

    • Effectiveness

    • Efficiency


Jim dickey deputy executive director valley metro rpta jdickey @valleymetro org phone 602 495 0585 l.jpg

Jim Dickey, Deputy Executive Director

Valley Metro/RPTA

[email protected]

Phone: (602) 495 0585

ForMore Information:


ad