Transit Agency Status County of Carbon Presented on

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Transit Agency Status County of Carbon Presented on January 20, 2012

Transit Agency Status County of Carbon Presented on January 20, 2012

CCCT Overview ◦ Services 3 fixed routes, 1 bus 23 vans, 19 daily vehicle

CCCT Overview ◦ Services 3 fixed routes, 1 bus 23 vans, 19 daily vehicle runs 2

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Financial Position 3

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Financial Position 3

Current Financial Position (in 000 s) FY 2011 Total assets $1, 289 Total liabilities

Current Financial Position (in 000 s) FY 2011 Total assets $1, 289 Total liabilities $1, 412 Total net assets (deficit) $(123) Note: Does not include fixed assets (cost of $1. 5 M). These assets are included on the books of the County. Assets Net Assets Liabilities 4% 46% 50% 4

Current Financial Position �Current assets includes no receivables outstanding longer than 90 days �All

Current Financial Position �Current assets includes no receivables outstanding longer than 90 days �All accounts payable are current �Restricted deficit is the result of cumulative operating losses in the CCCT Van division 5

Current Financial Position Revenues (in 000 s) Passenger fares Government fare assistance programs Other

Current Financial Position Revenues (in 000 s) Passenger fares Government fare assistance programs Other operating revenues Total revenues FY 2011 Passenger fares Government fare assistance programs Other operating revenues $165 2% 7% $2, 262 $56 $2, 483 91% 6

Current Financial Position Operating Expenses (in 000 s) Purchased transportation Services Other expenses Total

Current Financial Position Operating Expenses (in 000 s) Purchased transportation Services Other expenses Total operating expenses FY 2011 Purchased transportation Services Other operating expenses $2, 467 $249 1% 9% $37 $2, 753 90% 7

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Current Operations 8

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Current Operations 8

Staffing Level/Org Chart � An organization chart is provided as Handout #1 � All

Staffing Level/Org Chart � An organization chart is provided as Handout #1 � All management and administration activates are provided by LANta staff � All transportation services, including trip reservation, scheduling, and provision of service are subcontracted to Easton Coach Company 9

Important Contract Provisions �All drivers are employees of Easton Coach Company �ECC employs an

Important Contract Provisions �All drivers are employees of Easton Coach Company �ECC employs an equal number of fulland part-time drivers �Average wage is $10. 75 �ECC handles wage and benefit administration for its employees 10

Fuel �Current Cost per Gallon ◦ Contract rate or market rate? Market – purchased

Fuel �Current Cost per Gallon ◦ Contract rate or market rate? Market – purchased at the pump because there are no fuel facilities on the property �Projected Cost per Gallon and Basis for Projection ◦ Contract rate or market rate? Market – no plans to install fuel tank on the property 11

Fixed Route Fares Fare Type Date of Last Increase Date of Planned Increase Amount

Fixed Route Fares Fare Type Date of Last Increase Date of Planned Increase Amount After Planned Increase Zone Fare 04/01/2007 $1. 50 N/A In-county $1. 50 N/A Out-of-county $2. 50 N/A Current Amount 12

Shared Ride Fares � Date of Last Fare Increase – 10/01/2008 � Current ◦

Shared Ride Fares � Date of Last Fare Increase – 10/01/2008 � Current ◦ Average fare - $19. 61 ◦ CCCT has sponsorship arrangements with the County Area Agencies on Aging and MH/MR agencies � Planned Changes ◦ Date of planned increase - 10/01/2012 ◦ Estimated average fare - $21. 50 ◦ There are no planned changes to the existing sponsorship arrangements 13

Other Major Factors Producing Cost Increases Beyond Inflation Factors Fuel costs Service demand Current

Other Major Factors Producing Cost Increases Beyond Inflation Factors Fuel costs Service demand Current Amount Projected Future Amount Explanation $76 K (Included in purchased transportation) ? Costs are controlled by market factors at time of purchase $2, 467 K $2, 590 K Costs are controlled by contract rates and demand for services 14

Cost Savings Initiative Current Cost Planned Action and Implementation Date Projected Savings Providing MATP

Cost Savings Initiative Current Cost Planned Action and Implementation Date Projected Savings Providing MATP services on normal working days N/A 1/1/12 $100 K Operations needs Assessment N/A FY 12 $ value unknown; should result in improved service efficiency 15

Quality Control/Productivity Initiative Cost Planned Action and Implementation Date Projected Benefit MDT/AVL $1. 5

Quality Control/Productivity Initiative Cost Planned Action and Implementation Date Projected Benefit MDT/AVL $1. 5 M FY 13 Using data to streamline system Operations needs Assessment $120 K FY 12 Providing service more efficiently to meet demand 16

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Service Statistics/ Trends 17

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Service Statistics/ Trends 17

Fixed Route Service Statistics/ Trends (in 000 s) Fixed Route FY 201011 Rev. Veh.

Fixed Route Service Statistics/ Trends (in 000 s) Fixed Route FY 201011 Rev. Veh. Miles FY 201112 FY 201213 FY 201314 FY 201415 34 34 34 Rev. Veh. Hours 2 2 2 Passenger Trips 7 7 8 8 8 3. 5 4 4 4 Op. Cost/Hour $46. 07 $47. 91 $49. 35 $51. 08 $52. 61 Op. Rev. /Hour $0. 80 Op. Cost/Trip $13. 16 $13. 69 $12. 34 $12. 77 $13. 15 �Describe Any Proposed Changes ACT 44 PERFORMANCE MEASURES Pass. Trips/Hour 18

Shared Ride Statistics/Trends (in 000 s) Shared-Ride Total Veh. Miles FY 2010 - FY

Shared Ride Statistics/Trends (in 000 s) Shared-Ride Total Veh. Miles FY 2010 - FY 201111 12 FY 201213 FY 2013 - FY 201414 15 899 926 954 982 1, 012 $2. 96 $2. 98 $3. 00 $3. 01 $3. 03 42 43 44 45 46 $63. 26 $64. 99 $65. 46 $66. 59 72 74 76 78 80 Cost per Trip $36. 90 $37. 34 $37. 63 $37. 76 $38. 29 Rev. per Trip $34. 46 $33. 79 $35. 55 $35. 69 $35. 86 1. 71 1. 72 1. 73 1. 74 Cost per Mile Total Veh. Hours Cost per Hour Total Pass. Trips per Hour 19

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Funding Statistics/ Trends 20

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Funding Statistics/ Trends 20

Fixed Route Funding (in 000 s) FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013

Fixed Route Funding (in 000 s) FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 -11 -12 -13 -14 -15 Total Operating Expenses 92 96 99 102 105 2 2 2 90 94 97 100 103 0 0 0 State 87 91 94 97 100 Local 3 3 3 Total Funding 90 94 97 100 103 Balance (Cumulative) $0 $0 $0 Total Operating Revenue Total Operating Deficit Subsidies: Federal 21

Shared Ride Funding (in 000 s) FY 201011 FY 201112 FY 2013 FY 2014

Shared Ride Funding (in 000 s) FY 201011 FY 201112 FY 2013 FY 2014 -13 -14 -15 Operating Expense $2, 657 $2, 763 $2, 860 $2, 946 $3, 063 Passenger Revenue $163 $228 $186 $192 $199 Lottery $610 $616 $684 $705 $726 $1, 577 $1, 524 $1, 684 $1, 735 1, 787 $131 $133 $148 $152 $157 70 107 107 State 195 190 187 186 188 Local 37 37 37 $(123) $(51) $122 $290 $428 MATP Other (Includes ADA charges) Subsidies: Federal Balance (Cumulative) 22

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Other Information/ Assumptions 23

Transit Agency Status CCCT FY 2011 Other Information/ Assumptions 23

Other Information �LANta and Penn. DOT are working together on an Operations Needs Assessment

Other Information �LANta and Penn. DOT are working together on an Operations Needs Assessment for CCCT as a whole �It will be a comprehensive study of the existing fixed-route and shared ride services combined with an analysis of the transportation needs within the County 24

Transit Agency Status CCCT Capital Status Review 25

Transit Agency Status CCCT Capital Status Review 25

Capital Status Review �Current Fixed-Route Projects �Current Shared Ride Projects ◦ No current projects

Capital Status Review �Current Fixed-Route Projects �Current Shared Ride Projects ◦ No current projects ◦ Purchase 7 cut-away buses 26

Capital Status Review �Short-term Future Fixed-Route Projects �Short-term Future Shared Ride Projects ◦ Replacement

Capital Status Review �Short-term Future Fixed-Route Projects �Short-term Future Shared Ride Projects ◦ Replacement of LYNX vehicle ◦ Shelter/sign program (in conjunction with Operations Needs Assessment) ◦ Replacement of 16 cut-away buses (existing fleet) ◦ Replacement of paratransit scheduling software ◦ Implementation of MDT/AVL system 27