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LEE COUNTY TRANSIT. Strategic Planning Presentation Lee County BoCC Nov. 24, 2009 Steve Myers, Director. Introduction. Mission Statement The mission of LeeTran is to operate a safe, efficient, accessible and affordable public transit system for the residents and visitors of Lee County.

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LEE COUNTY TRANSIT

Strategic Planning Presentation

Lee County BoCC

Nov. 24, 2009

Steve Myers, Director


Introduction

Mission Statement

The mission of LeeTran is to operate a safe, efficient, accessible and affordable public transit system for the residents and visitors of Lee County.


Core Services

  • Fixed Route Transit

    • 19 routes, 63 vehicles, 193 employees

  • ADA Paratransit

    • 47 vehicles, 64 employees

  • Commuter Van Pools

    • 6 vehicles in service

  • Evacuation Services

    • as directed by Lee County EOC


Federal, State & Local Mandates

Fixed Route:

  • Lee County Comprehensive Plan Goal 43: Mass Transit Service

  • Concurrency with Division of Community Affairs

    ADA Paratransit:

  • Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

  • Civil Rights Act of 1991

    Evacuation Services:

  • BoCC Directed


Five-Year History

Revenue


Five-Year History

Expenses by Mode


Five-Year History

Approved Positions


Five-Year History

Fixed Route Ridership and Revenue Hours


Five-Year History

ADA Ridership and Revenue Hours


Where Are We Today?

FY10 Budget: $20,157,306

Fixed Route: $15,823,454

ADA: $4,333,852


Where Are We Today?

Approved positions: 257

  • Fixed Route193

  • ADA Paratransit 64

    Current Vacancies: 14

  • 7 Full-Time

  • 7 Part-Time


Where Are We Today?

Fixed Route

  • 3 million rides/year

  • 183,000 service hours/year

    ADA Paratransit

  • 109,000 rides/year

  • 69,300 service hours/year

    Van Pools

  • 6 current; funding available for 7 more

    Evacuation Service

  • As needed


Where Are We Today?

Fixed Route Ridership Productivity

System Average: 16.5 Passengers per Hour


Where Are We Today?

Impact of Frequency on Productivity


Major Issues

  • Long wait times between buses discourages usage

  • Volatile fuel prices

  • Park & Ride and Transfer Centers operating on private properties

  • Land use patterns complicate transit delivery

  • Need for improved infrastructure

  • Declining state support for programs

  • Meeting the needs of an aging population

  • Increasing expectation of transit as solution for sustainability/climate change/energy independence


Major Initiatives

  • New operating facility

  • Edison Mall transfer center

  • Hybrid bus deployment

  • Trip planning/scheduling software

  • Bus shelter project

  • Customer service software

  • Bus rapid transit (BRT) planning

  • Beach park and ride

  • Safety & security initiatives

  • “Ding Darling” Refuge planning study


Where Are We Going?

Revenue Projections


Where Are We Going?

Expense Projections


Where Are We Going?

Cost Saving Strategies

  • Launching comprehensive operations analysis

  • Use of alternative fuels, including solar

  • Continued use of part-time and on-call personnel to reduce overtime and provide seasonal service levels

  • Continued emphasis on safety to mitigate risk


Options for Service Reductions

  • Identify lower productivity routes, days, trips, and segments

  • Quantify number of riders affected, impact on revenue & expense

  • List in priority order for public information and board action

  • AC 11-15 requires public hearing and board approval of major service reductions


Options for Enhanced Revenues

  • Fare increase on 10/1/08 yielded an 18% increase in FY09

  • Continue to pursue reimbursements for ADA trips provided to outside agencies

  • Increased All-Day Pass price on 10/1/09 from $2.50 to $3.00

  • Proposed additional increase in All-Day Pass price on 10/1/10 from $3.00 to $3.50


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