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Overview of State and Federal Funding. Transit Ad Hoc Committee – Subcommittee on Finance. Madison Metro. Funding by Source – 1995 & 2006. Funding by Source 2000 - 2005. Overview. State Funding Source S.85.20 Operating Assistance Federal Funding Sources: Section 5309 capital

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overview of state and federal funding

Overview of State and Federal Funding

Transit Ad Hoc Committee – Subcommittee on Finance

Madison Metro

overview
Overview
  • State Funding Source
    • S.85.20 Operating Assistance

Federal Funding Sources:

    • Section 5309 capital
    • Section 5307 block grant
    • Section 5316 (JARC)
    • Section 5317 New Freedom program
    • Section 5340 Growing States and High Density States Formula program*

* Apportionments are combined with Section 5307 distribution

state transit operating assistance

Tier A-1

Tier A-2

Tier B

Tier C

Pop 50,00 – 200,00

Pop 2,500 – 50,000

Milwaukee

Madison

State Transit Operating Assistance
  • Wisconsin ranks 14th among states in funding for transit operating aids ($100.6 million FY 2006)
  • Provided through a 4-tier structure based on population for systems in communities over 2,500 population

60% coverage – state & fed

65% coverage – state & fed

No set percentage –

State only

federal mass transit program funding
Federal Mass Transit Program Funding

General Fund

(20% of Transit Account)

Highway Trust Fund

(2.86¢/gal)

+

=

Federal Transit Funding

(FFY 2007 $8.8 billion)

Capital Investment Grants New Starts

($1,566.0 m)

Formula & Bus Grants

($7,240.5 m)

Urbanized Area Formula Program

Clean Fuels Program

Bus & Bus Facility Program

Fixed Guideway Modernization

Special Needs for Elderly & Disabled persons

Nonurbanized Area Formula Program

Rural Transit Assistance Program (RTAP)

Job Access and Reverse Commute

New Freedom Program

Growing States & High Density States Formula

Research

($61.0 m)

Program Administration

capital investment grants section 5309
Capital Investment Grants (Section 5309)
  • Distributed among 3 capital investment programs:
    • New Starts & Small Starts
    • Fixed-Guideway Modernization (Formula) – Apportionment factors based on miles, service, etc.
    • Bus and Bus Facilities (Discretionary) – purchase buses, equipment & facilities
  • Funds can be used for up to 80% of cost (up to 90% of equipment required by ADA)
urbanized area formula grants section 5307
Urbanized Area Formula Grants (Section 5307)
  • Provides capital (80%) and operating assistance (50%) for urbanized areas (operating assistance only for populations under 200,000)
  • Formula for distribution based on series of hierarchical tiers
  • Includes Growing State & High Density States Formula apportionments
  • Several “takedowns” are administered before allocation through formulas
other federal programs
Other Federal Programs
  • Job Access & Reverse Commute
    • Formula with some discretionary funds
    • Available for low-income job access services and reverse commute services (e.g., Verona)
  • New Freedom Program
    • Formula apportionment
    • New paratransit services beyond ADA