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Metro proposed budget FY 2015

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Proposed Budget Fiscal Year 2015

July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Office of Management and Budget One Gateway Plaza Los Angeles, CA 90012

April 30, 2014

Budget Message from the CEO This is an exciting time to be a part of Metro as we continue the delivery of projects promised to the voters when they passed Measure R in 2008. Metro is moving forward with the construction of five major rail lines. Work on the Gold Line Extension to Azusa and the Expo Line Phase II Extension to Santa Monica have both surpassed the halfway mark and continue on schedule for a 2016 completion along with construction of two major rail maintenance facilities to support the new extensions. The Crenshaw Line is under construction and plans for a 2019 opening which includes the Southwestern Yard. The Light Rail Regional Connector joining the Blue and Gold Lines for which Congress awarded a $670 million full funding grant agreement, is set to break ground this Fall. The Metro Purple Line Extension has cleared major legal hurdles and is expected to receive a Federal full funding grant agreement by mid-May. Growth of our system will result in station locations within 3 miles (or less) of 7.8 million LA County residents. The First/Last Mile Strategic Plan focuses on providing improved walking and biking facilities to put our network closer to our customer’s doorstep making public transportation the preferred choice for more of our citizens. More of the next-generation buses will be put into service to enhance our compressed natural gas (CNG) fleet. Commute times will be trimmed by as much as 25% on one of the most congested transit corridors in the county upon completion of the Wilshire Boulevard Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lane. More frequent service will be added on the Silver Line. We are also working to identify as many as five other transit corridors appropriate for BRTs. Our new downtown bus maintenance facility promises to be as modern and innovative as any facility of its kind. While growing our system, Metro continues its commitment to keeping the existing system working in top form by allocating $283 million to maintain our bus and rail systems in a state of good repair. This includes rail car refurbishments, power system replacements, bus engine replacements, 550 replacement buses for our fleet and the first two dozen new light rail vehicles are expected by mid-year. Long Beach, Santa Monica and several other cities will be joining our TAP System. Innovations are planned for a mobile phone application that allows users to manage their TAP accounts, register cards, add payment options, and purchase a variety of fare products. It will also enable links to rail/bus schedules, real-time bus arrivals, service alerts, and trip planning. A future fare collection system study will also be undertaken to explore new fare technologies that ensure compatibility, seamless travel, and connectivity with other regional transit agencies. The safety and security of our passengers and employees remains a priority. Latching the gates on the Metro Rail System will be completed and a contract with a local policing service will result in the monitoring of all rail platforms to ensure that the only station occupants are legitimate fare paying transit patrons. Scores of freeway, highway and street projects designed to improve car and truck movement throughout LA County continue to move forward. The I-405 project through the Sepulveda Pass including three major bridges and on/off ramps is scheduled for completion this summer, adding an HOV lane and more capacity for the 300,000 vehicles that use the freeway daily. Other highway projects in progress include the I-5 widening from Orange County to the I-605, the SR-710 South Corridor, the North SR-710 Gap Closure and a variety of State Route improvements. Lastly, to preserve our quality of service and maintain fiscal responsibility, I’ve asked the Board to approve a fare restructuring plan to be implemented in three stages over the course of six years. It is designed to offset a projected operating budget deficit starting in FY17 and bring Metro’s fares more in line with other major transportation providers while increasing our fare recovery ratio from 26% of the cost of operating the bus and rail systems to 33%. The restructuring will appropriately reflect the integration of our bus service with our expanding rail service. Promises of transit and highway projects to improve transportation in LA County that were made with the Measure R Ordinance are well on their way. We hope you share our excitement about our progress to date and what lies ahead in our future.

Arthur T. Leahy Chief Executive Officer Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority FY15 Proposed Budget

Table of Contents
Section Page

Introduction .................................................................................................1 Resources ................................................................................................11 Expenditures.............................................................................................15 FTEs .........................................................................................................19 Capital Program........................................................................................25 Regional Subsidy Funding Programs .......................................................29 Debt ..........................................................................................................31 Measure R ................................................................................................33 Funds .......................................................................................................37 Service Statistics ......................................................................................43 Activity Based Cost Models ......................................................................47 Appendix I: Legally Separate Entities .......................................................51 Appendix II: Capital Program Project Listing ............................................55 Appendix III: Regional Transit Allocation ..................................................63

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Chief Executive Office (CEO)

Chief Policy Officer

Deputy CEO

· Board Relations Policy, & Research Service · Regional Councils · Civil Rights

Labor / Employee Relations

Program Management Office

Corporate Safety & Risk Management

Los Angeles Metro Protective Services(LAMPS)

· Human Resources · Labor/Employee Relations · Workforce Services

· Estimating · Program Management

· Corporate Safety · Risk Management · Management Audit Services · Emergency Preparedness

Engineering & Construction

Planning & Development

Operations

Congestion Reduction

Finance & Budget

Information Technology

Vendor / Contract Management

Communications

· Transit Project · Executive Office Delivery Regional · Highway Project Transportation Delivery Planning · Regional Rail · Long Range Planning & Coordination · Regional Capital Development · Strategic Financial Planning & Programming · Strategic Initiatives Department · Transp. Dev. & Implm. (Central/East/SE Region) · Transp. Dev. & Implm. (North/West/SW Region) · Economic Development

· Bus Operations · Maintenance · Service Development · Rail Operations · Rail Fleet Svcs Engr & Maint · Rail MOW & Engineering · Transit Capital Projects

· Motorist Services · Congestion Reduction

· Accounting · Information Mgmt · Treasury · Ops & Service · OMB Delivery -TAP Operations · Sys Arch & Tech -Local Programming Integration · ITS Admin · Technology Strategy · Research & Records Info Mgmt

· Procurement · Supply Chain Management · Diversity & Economic Opportunity

· Customer Communications (Marketing) · Customer Programs & Services · Customer Relations · Government Relations · Public Relations · Community Relations

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Budget Highlights
Metro forecasts a balanced budget through Fiscal Year 2016 (FY16), as shown in the graph below. However, moving forward, we face an operating deficit by FY17 unless we adjust our fares and restructure bus services to complement the new service lines: Exposition Transit Corridor (Expo Line) to Santa Monica, Wilshire Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), Foothill Extension, Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor, San Fernando Valley North/South Transit Corridor, Regional Connector, operation of the Expo Line to La Cienega / Culver City and the Orange Line Extension. While voter approved Measure R for Los Angeles County allows us to build these new projects, operating costs continue to grow as the transit network expands. Enterprise Fund Operating Deficit Ten-Year Forecast FY14 Adopted thru FY23 Forecast
FY14 $$FY15 $$(36.8) (Operating Deficit in millions $) $(50.0) $(71.6) $(100.0) $(80.2) $(100.7) FY16 FY17 FY18 FY19 FY20 FY21 FY22 FY23

$(150.0) $(180.6) $(200.0) $(191.6)

$(225.8) $(250.0)

Even as Metro expands service and enhances service quality, we continue to spend responsibly, streamlining existing processes, reducing duplicative services and re-evaluating discretionary programs whenever possible. This budget includes many programs and projects to improve transportation throughout Los Angeles County. Improved Bus and Rail Service Improved services include peak frequency increases on the Silver Line to reduce overcrowding, as well as continued implementation of headway improvements and extended late night service on all rail lines. We will also initiate a Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA) study to plan and integrate service and infrastructure that support Los Angeles County’s changing transportation footprint for new rail lines and service restructuring.

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Budget Highlights (continued)
Deferred Maintenance Capital Program Metro is investing $283.4 million in preventative maintenance to keep our assets in a state of good repair. Continuing projects for vehicle overhauls, vehicle mid-life services, and replacement vehicle procurements for rail cars and buses are at the forefront of the program to mitigate the deferred maintenance backlog. Over one hundred projects are underway in FY15, including the purchase of 550 new buses, light rail vehicle fleet replacement, rail station refurbishments, and improvements to signal and power systems. Almost $49 million is being invested in our older rail lines, with $24.2 million on the Blue Line and $22 million on the Red/Purple Lines.

Operating Capital by Mode ($ in thousands) Blue Line Green Line Red/Purple Line Gold Line Rail Mode Subtotal Bus Subtotal Systemwide/Infrastructure Deferred Maintenance Total

Deferred Maintenance $ 24,248 317 22,046 2,379 $ 48,990 $ 192,789 $ 41,643 $ 283,422

The table to the right details the allocation to each of the modes. Metro’s Board established a policy requiring that our assets be maintained in accordance with manufacturer recommended standards and that the Board be notified of any instances of scheduled maintenance that were deferred. Safety & Security Capital Program The continued safety of our passengers is critical and in FY15, $48.7 million is allocated to our Safety & Security capital projects. Systemwide camera and video enhancements will improve security. Over $7.3 million is allocated for the Blue Line to address safety improvements. These projects include pedestrian swing gates, signal system rehabilitations and continued traction power substation rehabilitations. Green Line continues with its signal system rehabilitation while Red Line improves its pedestrian safety with an underpass and overpass bridge planned in the Universal City and North Hollywood locations.

Operating Capital by Mode ($ in thousands) Blue Line Green Line Red/Purple Line Gold Line * Rail Mode Subtotal Bus Subtotal Systemwide Subtotal Safety & Security Capital Total

Safety & Security $ 7,385 2,842 25,125 35,352 13,366 48,718

$ $ $ $

In FY15, Transit Security will progress on the installation of security kiosks in various rail stations. Additionally Metro is upgrading our Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance standards to enhance the protection of our patrons using our Transit Access Pass (TAP) systems. We continue to progress on the Division Inspection Program initiated in FY14 to improve division performance. These inspections will enhance the stability of the transit system by focusing on safety, vehicle servicing and maintenance, vehicle condition and management at the divisions.

* Safety and Security projects that impact the Gold Line are included in the systemwide improvements, which include video security system enhancements and emergency operations booths at all divisions.

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Budget Highlights (continued)
Transit and Highway Delivery Metro continues construction of the largest public works program in America funded with voter approved Measure R along with other funding partners. These projects and other projects in the works will improve mobility and increase vehicle capacity which will allow for smoother traffic flow, system connectivity and seamless travel for our customers. Below is the list of major projects underway in FY15. Transit Projects Alternatives Analysis, Environmental Impact and/or Refinement Studies:  West Santa Ana Branch  San Fernando East North/South  Eastside Extension Phase II  Airport Metro Connector  South Bay Metro Green Line Extension  Sepulveda Pass Corridor Crenshaw / LAX Light Rail Project Design / Build contract commence design efforts Ground breaking on Regional Connector in early FY15 Westside Purple Line Extension Section 1 plans to award the Design / Build contract Expo II and Foothill Phase 2A projects are well past the respective progress midpoints Improve the accessibility and safety of the Eastside Light Rail System Highway Projects Construction is underway:  I-5 Carmenita Road Interchange  I-5 South from I-605 to Orange County  SR-60 HOV from I-605 to Brea Canyon Road  I-405 Enhancements Environmental, Planning and Engineering Studies:  I-605 Hot Spots  SR-710 North  SR-710 South and Early Action Projects  High Desert Corridor Continuation of Countywide Soundwall Projects Freeway Beautification Pilot Project continues in FY15 designed to address the maintenance and appearance of the freeway environment, focusing on graffiti abatement, debris removal and landscape maintenance

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ExpressLanes and Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE) The Metro ExpressLanes project, as part of Metro’s Congestion Reduction Program, continues to successfully improve freeway traffic flow by providing enhanced travel options on the I-10 and I-110 Freeways in Los Angeles. Future expansion of ExpressLanes throughout LA County will be studied during FY15 and the Net Toll Reinvestment Grant Program will reinvest tolls earned during the demonstration period with program partners. Operation of the Kenneth Hahn Countywide Call Box system continues along with the development of the Motorist Aid and Travel Information System (MATIS). Transit Access Pass (TAP) Fare Collection In late 2014, Long Beach became the newest operator to join our Transit Access Pass (TAP) system, and in FY15, Santa Monica and several other cities will follow suit. Innovations are planned for a mobile phone application that allows users to manage their TAP accounts, register cards, add payment options, and purchase a variety of fare products. It will also enable links to rail/bus schedules, real-time bus arrivals, service alerts, and trip planning. Looking toward future fare technology, studies and evaluations of fare collection systems will also be initiated to ensure that these technologies are compatible and allow seamless travel and connectivity with other regional transit agencies.

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Budget Highlights (continued)
Regional Rail Capital Program Metro has taken the lead in studies and future construction of major rail projects to sustain and augment our commuter rail system. Continued contribution for both operating and capital funding to the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) partnership is planned. FY15 capital projects include funding for the Bob Hope Airport/Hollywood Way station, Van Nuys Second Platform, Vincent Grade/Acton and Lancaster Stations, Doran Street Crossing design, Raymer to Bernson Double Track, and Southern California Regional Inter-connectivity Program (SCRIP) which will increase Union Station commuter rail capacity. Succession Planning/Next Generation of Leadership As we plan for the future of the Metro organization, a succession plan is critical to identify key positions, as well as attributes necessary for successful staff placement in these positions. Succession planning is continually being refined as needs are established and prioritized. Examples of specific training programs in place to develop and cultivate our workforce are as follows: · · · Entry Level Trainee Program (ELTP) which has resulted in the placement of over 25% of the participants in permanent full-time positions. Veteran Hiring Program which reaches out to veterans at job fairs and web sites to attract military veterans seeking employment at Metro. Joint Apprenticeship Committee (JAC) program, which runs in partnership with our unions, provides training for our represented staff to improve their skills in order to qualify and move to higher level positions within the organization. Division Inspection Program which allows up and coming staff to visit our operating divisions to assess the overall condition and management practices in place, discuss issues with division management, and de-brief leadership on their findings and experiences. Partnerships with LA Trade Tech, community colleges and training centers to develop our workforce. Detailed training manuals and training opportunities are available to all levels of Operations management to address Maintenance and Transportation management issues.

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Other Highlights Metro and Caltrans continue work and evaluation of the Accelerated Regional Transportation Improvements (ARTI) project. We are coordinating with pilot cities to develop a Regional Bike Share Implementation Program as well as prioritizing new technology initiatives to improve the customer experience and to pursue technology innovations in transportation. Lastly, Metro continues to work on the Countywide Sustainability Plan and numerous other projects, studies and initiatives to enhance transit planning, support system integration, continue efficient operations and maintain our assets in a state of good repair.

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FY15 Budget Assumptions
Resource Assumptions: · · · Per the FY15 budget parameters presented to the board in January 2014, sales tax revenues are expected to grow over the FY14 budget based on UCLA’s Anderson Forecast. Measure R funds will be budgeted and expended in accordance with the Measure R Ordinance, project delivery schedules and cash flow needs. Fare revenues will increase 0.7% from the FY14 budget based upon the projected Bus and Rail ridership growth. Given a consistent fare revenue per boarding amount of $0.70, this will result in a farebox recovery ratio of 25.8%, which is slightly lower than the FY14 level of 26.0%. Measure R 20% Bus Operating ($144.6 million): Region-wide Bus will use all available Measure R 20% Bus Operating funds. New STA revenues in FY15 ($104.0 million) will be used for region-wide bus and rail operations. This is 9.4% lower than the FY14 budget ($115.0 million) based on State Controller’s estimates.

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Service Assumptions: · The FY15 budget assumes added peak bus service to reduce overcrowding on the Harbor Transitway portion of the Silver Line. As a result of the added Silver Line service, total bus Revenue Service Hours will increase by 13,018 or 0.2%. We will enhance the customer trip experience by implementing route adjustments to gain connectivity with regional destinations and transit hubs, as well as partnering with Santa Monica’s Big Blue Bus and Foothill Transit to reduce route duplication and increase connectivity with Muni services. This will be accomplished with no change from the FY14 Revenue Service Hour Levels. Service quality will continue to be improved by increasing focus on the current level of maintenance activity and on-street supervision. This will improve the state of good repair and cleanliness, as well as reduce deferred maintenance of the bus fleet. Although Rail Revenue Service Hours are unchanged in FY15, we will continue to implement reduced headways and extended late night service that was budgeted in FY14. Additional Service Level Details are found under Service Statistics (see page 45).
RAIL FY15 Rail Revenue Service Hours (RSH) Changes Late Night Weekend RSH FY14 Budget (Rail) Changes Blue, Expo, Green, Gold and Red Lines Other Minor Changes TOTAL CHANGES FY15 Budget (Rail) % Increase 1,027,799 1,027,799 0.0%

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BUS FY15 Bus Revenue Service Hours (RSH) Changes RSH FY14 Budget (Bus) Changes Silver Line 7,048,717 13,018

TOTAL CHANGES FY15 Budget (Bus) % Increase

13,018 7,061,735 0.2%

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FY15 Budget Assumptions (continued)
Labor Assumptions: · · All of the added FTEs are Bus Operators required for the 13,018 additional revenue service hours for the Silver Line. Wage and salary increases for represented employees are not currently assumed in the budget, as labor contract negotiations continue for collective bargaining units. No increase for non-represented employee wages is included in the budget.

Capital Assumptions: · · · · · · Expand Measure R transit and highway project activities as well as light rail vehicle delivery. Increased emphasis on safety and security projects benefiting customers and employees. Commence Bus, Light Rail vehicle and Heavy Rail vehicle midlife maintenance projects. Continued reduction of the bus and rail deferred maintenance backlog. Continued procurement of 40-foot replacement buses for our fleet. Continued advancement of zero emission bus technology.

Areas of Risk: · · · · · Sales tax growth less than UCLA’s Anderson School Forecast. STA funding lower than State Controller’s estimate. Less than full funding of MAP-21 including CMAQ and New Starts. Compressed Natural Gas at 60¢ per therm, and other non-labor cost inflation above 2.3%. Timely issuance of Prop 1B bonds by the State. If not, funding is at risk for Crenshaw/LAX Corridor, Bus Acquisitions, and Regional Connector projects.

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Summary of Resources
FY14 Budget $ 708.4 708.4 708.4 354.2 115.5 $ 2,594.9 $ FY15 Proposed $ 734.2 734.2 734.2 367.1 104.7 2,674.4 % Change FY14 to FY15 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% -9.4% 3.1%

Resources and Expenditures
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20

($ in millions)

Sales Tax, TDA and STA Revenues (1) Proposition A Proposition C Measure R Transportation Development Act (TDA) State Transit Assistance (STA) Total Sales Tax, TDA, & STA Operating & Other Revenues Passenger Fares Express Lane Tolls Advertising Other Revenues Subtotal Operating & Other Revenues Capital and Bond Resources Grants Reimbursements (3) Bond Funding and Prior Year Carryover Resources Subtotal Capital and Bond Resources Total Resources Agencywide Expenditures (Deficit) / Surplus Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) (4) (2)

$

345.1 12.4 20.5 70.4

$

347.7 30.7 21.5 51.1

0.7% 146.6% 4.9% -27.4% 0.6%

$

448.5

$

450.9

$ $ $ $ $

1,165.6 814.1 1,979.6 5,023.0 5,023.0 -

$ $ $ $ $

1,194.0 1,188.9 2,382.9 5,508.2 5,508.2 -

2.4% 46.0% 20.4% 9.7% 9.7% 0.0%

Sales tax and TDA revenue estimates based on UCLA's Anderson School Long-Term Forecast Update.

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Other Revenues includes lease revenues, vending revenues, film revenues, county buy down, auto county registration buy down,and fees, transit other miscellaneous court fees, Federal resources. CNG Fuel credits, investment income and other miscellaneous revenues. (3) Includes grant reimbursement of preventative maintenance operating capital cost and transit capital and highway capital costs. (4) Represents use of bond proceeds and sales tax revenue received and unspent in prior years.

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Sales Tax, TDA and STA Revenues
FY14 Budget $ 35.4 168.2 235.5 255.7 13.5 $ $ 708.4 10.6 34.9 69.8 139.6 174.4 279.1 $ 708.4 $ $ $ FY15 Proposed $ 36.7 174.4 244.1 265.0 13.9 734.2 11.0 36.2 72.3 144.6 180.8 289.3 734.2 $ $ $ $ change from FY14 Budget $ 1.3 6.1 8.6 9.3 0.5 25.8 0.4 1.3 2.5 5.1 6.4 10.2 25.8 % Change from FY14 Budget 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% Eligible Eligible Eligible Eligible Eligible for Operating

Type of Revenue
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37

($ in millions)

Proposition A 5% Administration 25% Local Return 35% Rail Development 40% Discretionary Transit (95% of 40%) Incentive (5% of 40%) Estimated Tax Revenue from Prop A Proposition C 1.5% Admnistration 5% Rail / Bus Security 10% Commuter Rail 20% Local Return 25% Freeways/Highways 40% Discretionary Estimated Tax Revenue from Prop C Measure R 1.5% Admnistration 2% Transportation Capital Metro Rail 3% Transportation Capital Metrolink 5% Operations - New Rail 15% Local Return 20% Operations - Bus (1) 20% Highway Capital 35% Transportation Capital New Rail/BRT Estimated Tax Revenue from Measure R Transportation Development Act (TDA) Administration 2% Article 3 (Pedestrians & Bikeways) 91.6593% Article 4 (Bus Transit) 6.3407% Article 8 (Transit/Streets & Hwys) Estimated Tax Revenue from TDA State Transit Assistance (STA) STA Bus STA Rail Estimated STA Total Revenues $ $ $ 64.1 51.4 115.5 2,594.9 $ $ $ 55.8 48.9 104.7 2,674.4 $ $ $ (8.3) (2.5) (10.8) 79.5 -12.9% -4.9% -9.5% 3.1% Eligible Eligible $ $ 8.5 6.9 316.9 21.9 354.2 $ $ 8.5 7.2 328.7 22.7 367.1 $ $ 0.3 11.8 0.8 12.9 0.0% 3.7% 3.7% 3.7% 3.6% Eligible $ $ 10.6 14.0 20.9 34.9 104.7 139.6 139.6 244.2 708.4 $ $ 11.0 14.5 21.7 36.2 108.5 144.6 144.6 253.1 734.2 $ $ 0.4 0.5 0.8 1.3 3.8 5.1 5.1 8.9 25.8 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% 3.6% Eligible Eligible

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Revenues Eligible for Bus & Rail Operating Proposition A Proposition C Measure R TDA STA Total Bus & Rail Eligible Revenues Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
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FY14 Budget $ 491.3 314.0 174.4 316.9 115.5 $ 1,412.1

FY15 Proposed $ 509.2 325.4 180.8 328.7 104.7 $ 1,448.8

$ change % Change from FY14 from FY14 Budget Budget $ 17.9 3.6% 11.4 3.6% 6.4 3.6% 11.8 3.7% (10.8) -9.4% $ 36.7 2.6%

Measure R 5% Rail Operating funding is restricted to projects beginning rail operations after Measure R passage.

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Summary of Expenditures by Department
Expenditure by Department ($ in millions)
1 Board of Directors 2 Chief Executive Office 3 Communications 4 Congestion Reduction 5 Engineering and Construction 6 Exposition Construction Authority 7 Finance and Budget 8 Information Technology 9 Operations 10 Planning and Development 11 Vendor/Contract Management 12 Total Expenditures

FY14 Budget $ 28.8 260.1 37.8 71.4 1,345.8 313.9 1,070.4 42.0 1,510.7 297.0 45.1 $ 5,023.0

FY15 Proposed $ 28.0 272.6 48.3 73.4 1,738.5 379.2 1,093.2 47.6 1,512.2 265.4 49.7 $ 5,508.2 $

Change $ (0.7) 12.5 10.5 2.0 392.7 65.3 22.8 5.6 1.5 (31.6) 4.5 $ 485.2 % -2.6% 4.8% 27.8% 2.8% 29.2% 20.8% 2.1% 13.2% 0.1% -10.7% 10.0% 9.7%

Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

Summary of Expenditures by Type
Expenditure by Type ($ in millions)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

FY14 Budget $ 939.7 1,210.4 671.2 1,252.6 282.6 221.6 92.3 8.5 11.7 332.5 $ 5,023.0

FY15 Proposed $ 951.0 1,894.9 406.4 1,271.7 297.9 227.3 100.5 9.6 12.7 336.1 $ 5,508.2 $

Change $ 11.4 684.5 (261.6) 19.1 15.3 5.7 8.2 1.1 1.0 0.5 $ 485.2 % 1.2% 56.6% -39.4% 1.5% 5.4% 2.6% 8.9% 12.6% 8.2% 0.1% 9.7%

Salaries and Benefits Asset Acquisitions for Transit & Highway Projects Professional Services & Advertising Regional Transit / Highway Subsidies Maintenance & Security Contracts Materials & Supplies Insurance / Taxes / PLPD / Workers' Comp Training & Travel As-Needed / Interns / ELTPs Debt Total Expenditures Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

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Summary of Expenditures by Program
Program (1) Type Metro Operations & Development: Bus Rail Subtotal Regional Activites and Other Total Metro Operations Capital: Transit Construction Operating Capital (Deferred Maintenance) Subtotal Regional Rail Capital Highway Capital Total Metro Capital Total Metro Operations and Capital Subsidy Funding Programs: Regional Transit (2) Local Agencies Wilshire BRT Federal Pass Throughs Fare Assistance Highway Subsidy Total Subsidy Funding Programs Freeway Services: Freeway Service Patrol ExpressLanes Kenneth Hahn Call Box Program Regional Intelligent Transportation System Rideshare Services Total Freeway Services General Planning and Programs: Programs and Studies General Planning and Programming Legal, Audit, Transit Court, Oversight and Other Property Management / Union Station & Development Total General Planning and Programs Total Debt Service Total Expenditures Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
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($ in millions) $ $ $

FY14 Budget 976.7 352.2 1,328.9 23.4 1,352.3

FY15 Proposed $ $ $ 981.8 366.3 1,348.1 28.6 1,376.7

$ Change from FY14 $ $ $ 5.2 14.1 19.2 5.2 24.4

% Change from FY14 0.5% 4.0% 1.4% 22.2% 1.8%

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

$ $ $ $ $

1,271.5 340.3 1,611.8 13.7 262.2 1,887.7 3,240.0

$ $ $ $ $

1,709.7 400.9 2,110.6 42.1 156.9 2,309.6 3,686.3

$ $ $ $ $

438.2 60.6 498.8 28.4 (105.3) 421.9 446.3

34.5% 17.8% 30.9% 207.2% -40.2% 22.3% 13.8%

$

467.7 531.3 31.0 17.2 10.5 181.7

$

492.5 560.6 35.1 13.5 10.5 136.0

$

24.8 29.3 4.0 (3.7) 0.0 (45.7)

5.3% 5.5% 13.0% -21.5% 0.2% -25.1% 0.7%

$

1,239.4

$

1,248.2

$

8.8

$

31.0 15.2 11.7 3.6 10.7

$

30.7 20.0 11.4 3.7 11.3

$

(0.3) 4.8 (0.3) 0.0 0.6

-1.0% 31.4% -2.4% 0.6% 5.6% 6.6%

$

72.2

$

77.0

$

4.8

$

29.2 51.3 31.6 26.8

$

39.9 59.7 35.2 25.8

$

10.7 8.3 3.6 (1.0)

36.7% 16.2% 11.4% -3.6% 15.6% 1.1% 9.7%

$ $ $

138.9 332.5 5,023.0

$ $ $

160.7 336.1 5,508.2

$ $ $

21.7 3.6 485.2

Combines related program costs regardless of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) reporting criteria used for fund financial presentation on pages 37-41. Represents subsidies to Municipal Operators, Metrolink and Access Services Incorporated (ASI).

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Summary of FTEs by Department
Managing Department Name
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

FY14 Budget 36 429 261 13 176 183 133 7,571 143 270 9,215 1,288 7,927 9,215

FY15 Proposed 36 429 261 13 176 183 133 7,579 143 270 9,223 1,288 7,935 9,223

Change from FY14 8 8 8 8

Board of Directors Chief Executive Office Communications Congestion Reduction Engineering and Construction Finance and Budget Information Technology Operations Planning and Development Vendor/Contract Management Total FTEs Subtotal Agencywide Non-Contract Subtotal Agencywide Union Total FTEs

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FTEs by Department Detail
FTEs by Department Detail 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Board of Directors County Counsel Ethics Office Inspector General Office Of Board Secretary Total Board of Directors Non-Contract Total Board of Directors by Representation Chief Executive Office Chief Executive Office Chief Policy Office Corporate Safety And Risk Management Labor/Employee Relations LA Metro Protective Services (LAMPS) Program Management Total Chief Executive Office Non-Contract Union Total Chief Executive Office by Representation Communications Community Relations Customer Programs & Services Customer Relations Executive Office, Communications Government Relations Marketing Public Relations Total Communications Non-Contract Union Total Communications by Representation Congestion Reduction Congestion Reduction Motorist Services Total Congestion Reduction Non-Contract Total Congestion Reduction by Representation Engineering and Construction Highway Project Delivery Regional Rail Transit Project Delivery Total Engineering and Construction Non-Contract Union Total Engineering and Construction by Representation FY14 Budget FY15 Change Proposed from FY14

3 7 16 10 36 36 36 5 20 104 155 109 36 429 238 191 429 25 54 120 4 7 42 9 261 83 178 261 4 9 13 13 13 21 7 148 176 175 1 176

3 7 16 10 36 36 36 5 20 104 155 109 36 429 238 191 429 25 54 120 4 7 42 9 261 83 178 261 4 9 13 13 13 21 7 148 176 175 1 176

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FTEs by Department Detail (continued)
FTEs by Department Detail 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 Finance and Budget Accounting Finance & Treasury Budget, TAP & Local Programming Total Finance and Budget Non-Contract Union Total Finance and Budget by Representation Information Technology Information Technology Services Total Information Technology Non-Contract Union Total Information Technology by Representation Operations Maintenance Rail Fleet Services Engineering & Maintenance Rail MOW & Engineering Rail Project Development & Transportation Service Development Transit Capital Projects Transit Operations - Bus Transportation Total Operations Non-Contract Union Total Operations by Representation Planning and Development Economic Development Executive Office Regional Transportation Planning Long Range Planning & Coordination Regional Capital Development Strategic Financial Planning & Programming Strategic Initiatives Department Transp. Dev. & Implementation (Central/East/SE Region) Transp. Dev. & Implementation (North/West/SW Region) Total Planning and Development Non-Contract Total Planning and Development by Representation Vendor/Contract Management Diversity & Economic Opportunity Procurement Supply Chain Management Total Vendor/Contract Management Non-Contract Union Total Vendor/Contract Management by Representation Total Agencywide Non-Contract Total Agencywide Union Grand Total FY14 Budget FY15 Change Proposed from FY14

68 65 50 183 118 65 183 133 133 85 48 133 2,101 394 290 560 127 26 14 4,059 7,571 269 7,302 7,571 26 2 21 13 15 16 18 32 143 143 143 19 69 182 270 128 142 270 1,288 7,927 9,215

68 65 50 183 118 65 183 133 133 85 48 133 2,101 394 290 560 127 26 14 4,067 7,579 269 7,310 7,579 26 2 21 13 15 16 18 32 143 143 143 19 69 182 270 128 142 270 1,288 7,935 9,223

8 8 8 8 8 8

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Capital Program

Capital Program

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Capital Program
Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 FY15 Proposed Life of Project

Capital Project Category
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

($ in thousands)

Note

Measure R Component of Capital Program: Measure R Transit Construction Projects: Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Transit Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase I Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase II Gold Line Foothill Extension Measure R Vehicles Orange Line Extension Purple Line Subway Extension Regional Connector Measure R Transit Planning Projects: Airport Metro Connector Eastside Extension Phase II Eastside Light Rail Access Green Line Ext: Redondo to South Bay San Fernando Valley East N/S Rapidways Sepulveda Pass Corridor West Santa Ana Branch Corridor $ 420,183 930,887 841,194 530,127 100,394 137,065 299,181 184,534 $ 305,647 54,015 449,127 263,953 12,075 1,674 374,592 228,161 $ 2,058,000 930,625 1,527,260 948,437 739,000 215,600 711,406 412,695

8,207 $ 2,882 $ 11,089 1 22,040 2,349 24,390 1 9,586 4,682 14,268 1 7,242 1,755 8,998 1 8,627 2,287 10,914 1 6,794 4,288 11,082 1 2,959 2,194 5,153 1 Subtotal Measure R Component of Capital Program $ 3,509,020 $ 1,709,681 $ 7,628,916 Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Note 1: No Board Adopted Life Of Project (LOP) during planning phase; project is funded on an annual basis.

$

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Capital Program

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Capital Program (continued)
Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 FY15 Proposed Life of Project

Capital Project Category
20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48

($ in thousands)

Note

Operating Component of Capital Program: Safety & Security Projects Bus Blue Line Green Line Red Line Systemwide Security Deferred Maintenance Bus Blue Line Gold Line Green Line Red Line Rail Systemwide Infrastructure Systemwide Capital Improvement Infrastructure Bus ExpressLanes Tollways & Facilities Blue Line Gold Line Green Line Red Line Rail Systemwide Infrastructure Systemwide Subtotal Operating Component of Capital Program Total Capital Program Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

$

627 79,055 2,917 13,490 26,630 428,897 136,278 1,674 1,037 74,669 2,824 29,346 31,782

$

7,385 2,842 25,125 13,366 192,789 24,248 2,379 317 22,046 8,785 10,660 22,198 32,614 9,564 619 3,549 438 1,533 236 13,786 6,441 400,921

$

3,700 166,900 11,400 55,680 58,860 782,176 406,003 11,297 1,942 326,033 14,832 86,854 96,629 163,976 210,977 8,000 968,044 10,900 34,406 661 69,559 142,490 3,631,319

$

$

$

77,849 177,091 253 950,761 268 28,271 21,607 113,799 $ 2,199,128 $ 5,708,148

$

$

$

$

$

$ 2,110,602

$ 11,260,235

FY15 PROPOSED OPERATING CAPITAL SUMMARY BY MODE Safety & Security $ 7,385 2,842 25,125 13,366 48,718 Deferred Capital Maintenance Improvements $ 192,789 24,248 2,379 317 22,046 8,785 10,660 22,198 283,423 $ 32,614 619 438 1,533 3,549 236 9,564 13,786 6,441 68,780 Mode Total $ 225,403 32,252 5,659 26,976 25,595 9,021 9,564 24,447 42,005 $ 400,921

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Operating Capital by Mode ($ in thousands) Mode: Bus Blue Line Gold Line Green Line Red Line Rail Systemwide ExpressLanes Tollways & Facilities Support Infrastructure Systemwide Total Operating Capital Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

$

$

$

Capital Program

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Regional Subsidy Funding Programs

Regional Subsidy Funding Programs

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Summary of Regional Subsidy Funding Program
Regional Subsidy Funding Programs ($ in millions)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66

FY14 Budget

FY15 $ Change % Change Proposed from FY14 from FY14

Regional Transit: Municipal and Local Operators Access Services Metrolink Total Regional Transit Local Agencies: Allocation by Population: Proposition A Local Return Proposition C Local Return Measure R Local Return Transportation Development Act Article 3 Transportation Development Act Article 8 Subtotal Allocation by Population Call for Projects: Regional Surface Transportation Improvements Local Traffic System Regional Bikeways Transportation Demand Management Transportation Enhancement Act Bus Capital Operations Subtotal Call for Projects Transit Oriented Development Total Local Agencies Wilshire Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project: Wilshire Bus Lane Project Very Small Wilshire Bus Lane Metro Rapid Bus Gap Closure Project Metro Rapid Program Total Wilshire BRT Project Federal Pass Throughs: Regional Grantee - FTA Job Access and Reverse Commute Program (JARC) Capital & Operating New Freedom Capital & Operating Highway Pass Through Program Total Federal Pass Throughs Fare Assistance: Immediate Needs Transportation Rider Relief Support for Homeless Re-Entry Program (SHORE)/General Relief Tokens Total Fare Assistance Highway Subsidy: Freeway Phase II Advanced Conceptual Engineering (ACE) Grade Separation Highway Operational Improvements - Arroyo Verdugo Highway Operational Improvements - Virgenes/Malibu I-405 / I-110 / I-105 / SR-91 Ramp & Interchange I-5N Enhance SR-14/Kern County I-605 Corridor "Hot Spot" SR-710 North Gap Closure SR-710 South Early Action Projects SR-138 Capacity Enhancements High Desert Corridor Total Highway Subsidy Total Regional Subsidy Funding Programs Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

$ 333.2 67.2 67.3 $ 467.7

$

$

336.6 73.2 82.8 492.5

$

$

3.4 6.0 15.4 24.8

1.0% 8.9% 22.9% 5.3%

$ 168.2 139.6 104.7 9.5 23.5 $ 445.5

$

$

174.4 144.6 108.5 7.8 24.6 459.8

$

$

6.1 5.1 3.8 (1.7) 1.0 14.3

3.6% 3.6% 3.6% -18.4% 4.5% 3.2%

$

$

62.4 12.3 0.6 2.2 0.9 1.0 79.4

$

$

63.3 24.2 0.9 3.0 0.6 3.4 95.4 5.3 560.6

$

$

0.9 11.9 0.3 0.9 (0.3) 2.4 16.1 (1.1) 29.3

1.4% 97.3% 50.4% 39.6% -34.3% 242.2% 20.2% -16.8% 5.5%

6.4 $ 531.3

$

$

$

$

0.3 15.1 5.2 10.4 31.0

$

$

0.3 23.7 3.9 6.7 0.5 35.1

$

$

(0.1) 8.6 (1.3) (3.7) 0.5 4.0

-22.8% 57.0% -24.9% -36.0% 100.0% 13.0%

$

$

5.2 5.0 4.8 2.2 17.2

$

$

8.1 2.2 3.1 0.1 13.5

$

$

3.0 (2.8) (1.7) (2.1) (3.7)

57.6% -56.1% -35.9% -95.4% -21.5%

$

$

5.0 5.0 0.5 10.5

$

$

5.0 5.0 0.5 10.5

$

$

-

0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

$ 105.8 32.0 4.3 10.3 2.3 1.5 0.7 3.0 16.3 0.6 5.0 $ 181.7 $ 1,239.4

$

$

64.8 15.5 16.2 12.1 1.5 10.2 0.5 5.8 1.5 8.0 136.0

$

$ $

(41.0) (32.0) 11.2 5.9 9.8 9.5 (2.5) (10.5) 1.0 3.0 (45.7) 8.8

-38.7% -100.0% 258.9% 57.9% 428.3% 0.0% 1316.7% -83.3% -64.7% 172.7% 60.0% -25.1% 0.7%

$ 1,248.2

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Debt

Debt

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Current Year Debt Service Expense
(Annual budget figures - $ in thousands)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 11 18

Bus

FY14 Budget Rail Highway

Total

Bus

Rail

FY15 Budget Highway

Total

Funding Demand of Debt Service Resources Proposition A 35% Rail Set Aside (1) Proposition A 40% Discretionary Proposition C 40% Discretionary Proposition C 10% Commuter Rail Proposition C 25% Street & Highways Transportation Development Act Article 4 Measure R Transit Capital - New Rail 35% Measure R Transit Capital - Metrolink 3% Measure R Transit Capital - Metro Rail 2% Measure R Highway Capital 20% Measure R BAB Federal Subsidy Proposition A 35% Rail Set Aside (CRA Debt) Total Funding Demand of Debt Service (Premium)/Discount Amortization (2) Total Debt Service Expense $ Debt Service (Deficit) / Surplus $ $ $ 2,319.9 34.0 10,020.4 1,871.0 4,844.1 1,534.5 20,623.8 (414.2) 20,209.6 $ $ $ $ 157,611.7 2,310.4 63,758.2 11,904.7 30,822.4 43,835.9 11,112.8 2,183.0 323,539.1 (11,291.0) 312,248.0 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 159,931.6 2,344.4 73,778.6 13,775.7 35,666.5 1,534.5 43,835.9 11,112.8 2,183.0 344,162.9 (11,705.2) 332,457.7 $ $ $ $ 2,154.3 34.0 9,885.1 1,726.5 4,540.3 1,534.5 19,874.7 (1,103.0) 18,771.7 $ $ $ $ 146,362.0 2,309.7 62,897.5 10,985.6 28,889.3 50,668.0 11,112.8 2,180.2 315,405.0 (20,332.0) 295,073.0 $ $ $ $ 22,221.6 22,221.6 $ $ $ $ 148,516.3 2,343.7 72,782.6 12,712.1 55,651.2 1,534.5 50,668.0 11,112.8 2,180.2 357,501.3 (21,435.1) 336,066.3 -

Long Term Enterprise Fund Debt Principal Obligations
Beginning FY14 Balance ($ in thousands)
19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Beginning FY15 Balance Total $ 1,324,900.0 1,054,829.0 701,935.0 6,410.4 21,630.0 $ 3,109,704.4 162,451 $ Bus 18,927.7 139,080.5 5,111.0 $ 163,119.2 2,594,716 Rail $ 1,285,927.3 884,948.5 686,050.0 20,520.0 $ 2,877,445.8 507,982 $ Highway 309,760.0 $ 309,760.0 Total $ 1,304,855.0 1,333,789.0 686,050.0 5,111.0 20,520.0 $ 3,350,325.0

Bus $ 19,218.5 143,263.6 6,410.4 $ 168,892.5 242,432

Rail $ 1,305,681.5 911,565.4 701,935.0 21,630.0 $ 2,940,811.9 2,103,888 $ $

Highway 714,114

Outstanding Debt Principal Balance Proposition A Proposition C Measure R Transportation Development Act Article 4 Proposition A 35% Rail Set Aside (CRA Debt) Total Outstanding Debt Principal Balance (3)

Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) (2) (3)

Proposition A 35 Rail Set Aside includes Union Station Purchase debt funding: $10.1 million in FY14 and $4.6 million in FY15. Amortizing the difference between the market value of the debt instrument and the face value of the debt instrument over the life of the debt. The Debt Service Expense and Outstanding Principal Balance exclude USG Building General Revenue Bonds of $13.5 million Debt Service and $142 million Outstanding Principal. It is treated as rent and reimbursed to the Enterprise Fund through the Federal overhead allocation process.

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Measure R

Measure R

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FY15 Measure R Ordinance
Summary of Sales Tax Revenues, Expenditures and Fund Balances
(by subfund)
($ in millions) A B C D=A+B-C

Subfund

Expenditure Program

% of Sales Tax

Estimated Beginning Fund Balance 220.5

New Revenue

Expenditures

Estimated Ending Fund Balance $ -

1

Transit Capital Highway Capital

New Rail and/or Bus Rapid Transit Capital Projects

35.0% $

$

253.1 $

473.6

(1)

2

3

4

5

Carpool Lanes, Highways, Goods Movement, Grade Separations, and Soundwalls Metro Rail Capital - System Transit Capital Improvements, Rail Yards, and Rail Cars Bus Operations - Countywide Operations Bus Service Operations, Maintenance, and Expansion Rail Operations (New Transit Operations Projects Operations and Maintenance) Administration Administration Metrolink Capital Improvement Projects within Los Angeles Transit Capital County (Operations, Maintenance, and Expansion) Local Return See footnote
(2)

20.0%

330.0

144.6

131.4

343.3

2.0%

31.2

14.5

22.5

23.2

20.0%

11.8

144.6

155.6

0.8

5.0%

77.0

36.2

29.6

83.5

6

1.5%

28.0

11.0

7.0

32.1

7

3.0%

60.2

21.7

51.5

30.3

8

15.0%

-

108.5

108.5

-

9

Subtotal Measure R Projects Funding Plan from $ Sales Tax Revenues Measure R Transit Capital 35% TIFIA Loan Proceeds
(3)

758.7 758.7

$

734.2 438.0

$

979.7 438.0

$

513.1 -

10

11

Subtotal Measure R Projects Funding Plan from $ Measure R Sources Measure R Projects Funding from $ Non-Measure R Sources (4)

$ 1,172.2

$

1,417.7

$

513.1

12

-

$ 1,028.1

$

1,028.1

$

-

13

Total $

758.7

$ 2,200.3

$

2,445.8

$

513.1

(1) (2)

(3)

(4)

Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Excludes $2.3 million amortization cost of bond premium to reflect the total Measure R funding. To the incorporated Cities within Los Angeles County and to Los Angeles County for the Unincorporated Area on a per capita basis for major street resurfacing, rehabilitation and reconstruction, pothole repair, left turn signals, bikeways, pedestrian improvements, streetscapes, signal synchronization, and transit. Metro is planning to draw down $438 million TIFIA (Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act) loan in FY15 to fund Measure R Transit Capital 35% activities. Funding from non-Measure R funding sources for Measure R projects: Federal Subsidies $304.3 million; State Subsidies $414.2 million; Local Subsidies $309.6 million.

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FY15 Measure R Projects/Funding
Measure R Funding / Projects Measure R Transit Capital - New Rail (35%) Crenshaw/Lax Light Rail Transit Eastside Extension Phase II Eastside Light Rail Access Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Expo/Blue Line Light Rail Gold Line Foothill Extension Green Line Ext. Redondo Beach-South Bay Regional Connector Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor W. Santa Ana Branch Corridor Admin Westside Subway Extension Regional Clean Fuel Bus Capital Metro Orange Line Extension San Fernando Valley East N/S Rapid Airport Metro Connector Total Measure R Transit Capital - New Rail (35%) Measure R Highway Capital (20%) Countywide Soundwall Projects High Desert Corridor Highway Operating Improvements Arroyo Verdugo Highway Operating Improvements Virgenes/Malibu I-405, I-110, I-105, SR91 Ramp & Interchange I-5 N. Enhance SR14/Kern County I-710 North Gap Closure I-710 South Early Action Projects Phase II Alameda Corridor E. Grade Separation SR-138 Capacity Enhancements I-605 Corridor "Hot Spots" ARTI - Good Movements, I-5 N. Truck Lanes, SR 71 Total Measure R Highway Capital (20%) Measure R Transit Capital - Metrolink (3%) Metrolink Rail Capital Plan Metrolink Transit Capital Vincent Grade/Action Station Lancaster Station Rosecrans & Marquardt Grade Metrolink LA County Stations Raymer to Bernson Double Track Project Van Nuys North Platform Project LA County Grade Crossing Bob Hope Airport Pedestrian Bridge Lone Hill To Control Point White Brighton To Roxford Double Track Grade Crossing Project Study Report Total Measure R Transit Capital - Metrolink (3%) Measure R Transit Capital - Metro Rail (2%) Heavy Rail Vehicle Midlife Heavy Rail Vehicle Procurement Light Rail Fleet Midlife Transit Oriented Development Gold Line Foothill Maintenance Facility - Metro 75% Southwestern Yard (Crenshaw) Eastside Quad Gate Study and Installation Total Measure R Transit Capital - Metro Rail (2%) Measure R Operations - Bus (20%) Measure R 20% Formula Allocation Procedure Subsidies Metro Bus Share Metro Orange Line Total Measure R Operations - Bus (20%) Measure R Operations - New Rail (5%) Measure R Administration (1.5%) Measure R Local Return (15%) Measure R Debt Service Expenditure (4) Grand Total Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) (2)

FY15 Measure R Project Expenditures NonMeasure R Measure R Total Funds (1) Funds (2) Expenses $ 125.7 4.7 306.8 12.1 194.5 0.3 2.2 175.0 7.4 1.4 2.9 833.0 13.9 9.6 15.5 16.3 12.1 2.0 10.2 14.8 0.0 5.3 16.1 15.5 131.4 12.9 19.0 7.5 3.0 1.0 0.5 2.0 1.7 1.5 1.5 1.0 51.5 6.4 2.0 6.8 5.3 27.9 2.0 50.5 47.8 103.8 4.0 155.6 29.6 7.0 108.5 50.7 1,417.7 $ 152.0 2.3 196.3 1.8 227.9 4.3 197.6 151.9 1.7 0.9 936.7 3.6 3.6 6.5 3.0 9.5 69.4 69.4 8.8 1,028.1 $ 277.7 2.3 4.7 503.1 12.1 194.5 1.8 228.2 4.3 2.2 372.6 159.4 1.7 2.3 2.9 1,769.7 13.9 9.6 15.5 16.3 12.1 2.0 10.2 14.8 0.0 5.3 16.1 19.1 135.0 12.9 19.0 7.5 3.0 1.0 0.5 6.5 3.0 2.0 1.7 1.5 1.5 1.0 61.0 6.4 2.0 6.8 5.3 69.4 27.9 2.0 119.9 47.8 103.8 4.0 155.6 29.6 7.0 108.5 59.5 2,445.8

FY15 Measure R Project FTEs NonMeasure Measure R Total R Funds Funds FTEs (3) 19.1 0.4 10.4 3.1 6.1 0.1 1.8 23.1 1.9 2.0 1.0 69.1 5.9 1.2 0.1 0.7 0.1 1.5 2.7 1.4 0.2 1.2 2.1 1.4 18.3 3.9 1.6 5.5 6.4 2.8 7.8 4.8 0.4 22.2 685.4 19.0 704.4 121.2 18.5 959.2 23.1 2.0 0.1 2.8 37.4 0.1 23.1 5.2 0.6 1.3 95.4 0.2 0.2 95.7 42.2 2.0 0.4 10.5 3.1 6.1 2.8 37.5 0.1 1.8 46.2 7.1 0.6 3.3 1.0 164.5 5.9 1.2 0.1 0.7 0.1 1.5 2.7 1.4 0.2 1.2 2.1 1.6 18.6 3.9 1.6 5.5 6.4 2.8 7.8 4.8 0.4 22.2 685.4 19.0 704.4 121.2 18.5 1,054.9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $

$ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $

Measure R funding sources include Measure R Bond Proceeds, Measure R cash and TIFIA loan. Funding from non-Measure R funding sources for Measure R projects: Federal Subsidies $304.3 million; State Subsidies $414.2 Total MTA FTEs in Measure R Project are 1,054.9, with 262.4 Non-Contract and 792.5 Contract. $2.3 million amortization cost of bond premium is included as Non-MR funding source. Current debt service expenses are funded by Measure R Transit Capital 35% contigency.

(3) (4)

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Funds

Funds

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Governmental Funds
Estimated Fund Balances For The Year Ending June 30, 2015 Fund Type
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40

($ in millions)

FY15 Estimated Ending Fund Balance $ 268.1 6.2 4.7 $ $ 279.0 202.4 9.2 6.0 17.4 $ $ 235.0 32.1 30.3 23.2 343.2 83.5 0.8 $ $ 513.1 13.7 49.8 2.5 $ $ $ $ $ $ 65.9 10.9 10.9 158.9 158.9 21.1 47.3
(2) (1) (3) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (2) (1) (1)

Proposition A: Discretionary Transit (95% of 40%) Discretionary Incentive (5% of 40%) Rail (35%) Interest Total Proposition A Proposition C: Discretionary (40%) Security (5%) Commuter Rail (10%) Interest Total Proposition C Measure R: Administration (1.5%) Transit Capital - Metrolink (3%) Transit Capital - Metro Rail (2%) Highway Capital (20%) New Rail Operations (5%) Bus Operations (20%) Total Measure R Transportation Development Act (TDA): Article 3 Article 4 Article 8 Total TDA State Transit Assistance (STA): Revenue Share Population Share Total STA PTMISEA Total PTMISEA SAFE Fund Other Special Revenue Funds General Fund: Administration - Proposition A, C, & TDA Mandatory Operating Reserve General Fund / Other Total General Fund Total Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) (2) (3)

$

182.1 266.8
(2)

$ $

448.9 1,780.2

Previously allocated to Metro, Municipal Operators and cities. Committed. PTMISEA stands for Public Transportation Modernization, Improvement, and Service Enhancement Account. Committed for capital projects.

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Governmental Funds
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances For the Years Ending June 30, 2014 and 2015
Special Revenue Fund (1) General Fund FY14 Budget $ 33.8 4.1 20.9 0.5 18.3 $ 77.6 $ FY15 Proposed $ 21.5 4.1 16.2 0.5 0.2 42.4 FY14 Budget $ 2,603.3 541.8 4.6 20.9 0.5 18.3 $ 3,189.3 Total FY15 Proposed $ 2,683.4 449.8 4.6 16.2 0.5 0.2 $ 3,154.7

Governmental Funds
($ in millions)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

FY14 Budget $ 2,603.3 508.0 0.5 $ 3,111.7

FY15 Proposed $ 2,683.4 428.3 0.5 $ 3,112.2

Revenue Sales Tax Intergovernmental Grants Investment Income Lease and Rental Licenses and Fines Other Total Revenues

Expenditures Subsidies Operating Expenditures Debt & Interest Expenditures Debt Principal Retirement Total Expenditures $ $ 1,215.1 370.6 1,585.8 $ $ 1,228.9 286.0 1,514.9 $ 22.8 120.5 1.1 1.1 $ 145.4 $ $ 30.0 134.2 1.0 1.2 166.5 $ 1,237.9 491.1 1.1 1.1 $ 1,731.2 $ 1,258.9 420.2 1.0 1.2 $ 1,681.3

Transfers Transfers In Transfers (Out) Total Transfers $ 22.0 (2,122.7) $ (2,100.7) $ $ 27.2 (2,530.5) (2,503.3) $ $ 122.6 (40.9) 81.7 $ $ 92.1 (30.7) 61.3 $ 144.6 (2,163.6) $ 119.2 (2,561.2)

$ (2,019.0) $ (2,442.0)

Net Change in Fund Balances

$

(574.8) $

(906.0) $

13.9

$

(62.7) $

(560.9) $

(968.7)

Fund balances - beginning of year (2) Fund Balances - End of Year

$ $

2,218.5 1,643.7

$ $

2,237.2 1,331.3

$ 475.0 $ 488.9

$ $

511.6 448.9

$ 2,693.5 $ 2,132.6

$ 2,748.8 $ 1,780.2

Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
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Special Revenue Fund includes Measure R fund which is presented separately on page 34 and 35. Beginning FY15 Fund Balances reflect anticipated unspent FY14 budgeted expenditures.

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Enterprise Fund Bus & Rail Operations
FY15 Proposed Resources and Expenses ($ in millions) Transit Operations Resources Transit Fares and Other Revenues Fares Advertising Other Revenues Total Fare & Other Revenues Federal Grants Federal Preventive Maintenance Federal CMAQ Fed Growing States, Homeland Security & Other Total Federal Grants Local Subsidies Prop A - (40% Bus) & (35% Rail) Prop C - (40% Bus/Rail) & (5% Security) Measure R - (20% Bus) & (5% Rail) TDA Article 4 STA Total Local Subsidies Total Transit Operations Resources Transit Capital Resources Federal, State & Local Grants Local and State Sales Tax (2) Bond Funding Total Transit Capital Resources Total Transit Operations & Capital Resources Transit Operations Expenses Labor & Benefits Fuel & Propulsion Power Materials & Supplies Contract and Professional Services PL/PD and Other Insurance Purchased Transportation Allocated Overhead (3) Regional Chargeback Other Expenses (4) Total Transit Operations Expenses Transit Capital Expenses Operating Transit Capital Expenses Planning Total Capital Expenses (5) Total Transit Operations & Capital Expenses Transit Operations & Capital (Deficit)/Surplus Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
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FY14 Budget

Total

Bus

Rail

Transit Court

Regional Activities

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41

$ 345.8 20.5
(1)

$ 347.7 21.5 9.9 $ 379.1 $ 228.9 17.4 7.8 $ 254.1 $ 207.7 57.7 139.1 243.9 89.8 $ 738.2 $ 1,371.4 $ 751.9 1,108.3 250.3 $ 2,110.6 $ 3,482.0 $ 843.0 66.3 97.8 178.0 51.2 45.9 57.0 32.2 $ 1,371.4 2,089.4 21.2 $ 2,110.6 $ 3,482.0 $ -

$ 260.2 19.2 8.5 $ 287.9 $ 149.2 4.0 $ 153.2 $ 114.7 52.5 107.8 232.5 33.2 $ 540.7 $ 981.8 $ 190.1 107.5 $ 297.6 $ 1,279.4 $ 652.4 29.3 69.9 58.5 47.1 45.9 36.1 21.4 21.2 $ 981.8 297.6 $ $ 297.6 $ 1,279.4

$

87.0 2.3 -

$

1.4

$

0.5 -

6.1 $ 372.4 $ 210.8 24.1 14.5 $ 249.4 $ 93.2 27.7 155.3 330.0 121.1 $ 727.2 $ 1,349.0 $ 652.7 583.0 376.1 $ 1,611.8 $ 2,960.8 $ 835.8 57.9 98.1 182.0 46.6 45.9 54.2 28.5 $ 1,349.0 1,586.7 25.1 $ 1,611.8 $ 2,960.8 $ -

$ $

89.3 75.3 13.4 7.8

$ $

1.4 -

$ $

0.5 4.4 -

$ $

96.5 92.6 31.3 56.6

$ $

-

$ $

4.4 0.4 5.2 11.4 -

$ 180.5 $ 366.4 $ 561.8 1,000.8 250.3 $ 1,812.9 $ 2,179.4 $ 171.1 37.0 22.6 99.6 4.1 17.3 7.3 7.3 $ 366.4 1,791.8 21.2 $ 1,812.9 $ 2,179.4 $ -

$ $ $

1.4 -

$ $ $

17.0 21.9 -

$ $ $

1.4 0.5 0.8 0.1 -

$ $ $

21.9 19.0 5.3 19.1 3.5 (28.7) 3.7

$

1.4 -

$

21.9 -

$ $ $

1.4 -

$ $ $

21.9 -

Other Revenues includes, toll, parking, vending revenues, county buy down, transit court and other miscellaneous revenues. Includes funding from Sales Tax, General Fund, State Repayment of Capital Project Loans, and State Proposition 1B cash funds. Year-to-year changes in overhead distribution reflect changes in overhead allocation approved by Federal funding partners. Other Expenses includes utilities and credits, taxes, advertisement/settlement, travel/mileage/meals, training/seminars/periodicals. Capital expenses for operations and planning are combined for reporting purpose.

(3) (4)

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Enterprise Fund Other Operations
FY15 Proposed Resources and Expenses ($ in millions) Other Transit Operations Resources Toll Fares and Other Revenues Tolls & Violation Fines Rental Building Total Toll Fares & Other Revenues Federal Grants Federal CMAQ Total Federal Grants Total Other Transit Operations Resources Transit Other Operations Expenses Labor & Benefits Contract and Professional Services PL/PD and Other Insurance Allocated Overhead Other Expenses Total Other Transit Operations Expenses Reserve Congestion Reduction Demonstration Subsidy Union Station Economic Development Interactive Kiosk Pilot Transit Other Operations (Deficit)/Surplus Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.
(1) (1) (2)

FY14 Budget

Total

Union Station

Express Lanes

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

$ $ $ $ $ $

12.4 0.9 13.3 2.7 2.7 16.1 0.8 13.5 0.2 0.1 1.2

$ $

33.5 33.5 -

$ $

2.8 2.8 -

$ $

30.7 30.7 -

$ $ $

33.5 1.3 19.8 0.2 0.6 -

$ $ $

2.8 0.4 1.1 0.2 0.2 -

$ $ $

30.7 0.9 18.7 0.4 -

$ $

15.9 0.2 -

$

21.9 0.5 2.5 (0.1) 0.3

$

1.9 (0.1) 0.3

$

20.0 0.5 2.5 -

$

-

$

5.5

$

0.7

$

4.8

Toll revenues in excess of expenses will be reinvested within the Transit Corridor where ExpressLanes operates. Subsidy provided to Other Operators.

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Service Statistics

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Bus and Rail Operating Statistics
FY14 Budget 7,049 78,667 367,753 1,484,884 $ 258,163 $ 25,119 $ 283,282 $ $ $ $ 374,007 285,037 317,617 976,661 Bus FY15 Proposed % Inc 7,062 78,950 368,856 1,490,178 $ 258,937 $ 26,333 $ 285,270 $ $ $ $ 361,669 286,974 333,168 981,811 0.2% 0.4% 0.3% 0.4% FY14 Budget 1,028 21,584 124,152 771,986 Rail FY15 Proposed % Inc 1,028 21,584 126,430 804,532 $ 88,754 $ 2,298 $ 91,052 $ 56,247 $164,298 $145,747 $366,292 $275,240 0.70 0.72 2.18 6.36 24.2% 88.59 123.01 782.77 54.73 159.85 141.80 356.38 267.80 0.11 0.03 0.07 0.20 0.18 0.46 0.34 3.56 0.09 0.05 19.04 1.22 0.0% 0.0% 1.8% 4.2% FY14 Budget 8,077 100,251 491,905 2,256,870 Total FY15 Proposed 8,090 100,534 495,286 2,294,710 $ 347,691 $ 28,631 $ 376,322 $ 417,916 $ 451,272 $ 478,915 $ 1,348,103 $ 971,781 0.70 0.76 1.96 4.63 25.8% 46.52 61.23 283.66 51.66 107.45 59.20 166.65 120.13 0.16 0.04 0.18 0.20 0.11 0.59 0.42 5.30 0.10 0.05 19.04 0.58

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46

Statistic Service Provided (000) Revenue Service Hours (RSH) Revenue Service Miles (RSM) Service Consumed (000) Unlinked Boardings Passenger Miles Operating Revenue (000) Fare Revenue Advertising/Other Total Operating Cost Data (000) Transportation Maintenance Other & Support Cost Total Subsidy Data (000): Per Boarding Statistics Fare Revenue Operating Cost Subsidy Passenger Miles Fare Recovery % Per RSH Statistics Revenue Boardings Passenger Miles Transportation Cost Maintenance Cost Other & Support Cost Total Cost Subsidy Per Passenger Mile Statistics Revenue Revenue Mile Transportation Cost Maintenance Cost Other & Support Cost Total Cost Subsidy

% Inc 0.2% 0.3% 0.7% 1.7% 0.7% 4.8% 0.9% -2.2% 1.6% 4.7% 1.4% 1.7% 0.0% 0.0% 1.0% 1.0% -0.9% 0.7% 0.5% 1.5% -2.3% -0.4% 4.5% 1.3% 1.5% -0.8% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0%

0.3% $ 87,611 4.8% $ 2,191 0.7% $ 89,802 -3.3% 0.7% 4.9% 0.5% $ 53,101 $159,209 $139,907 $352,217

1.3% $ 345,773 4.9% $ 27,310 1.4% $ 373,083 5.9% 3.2% 4.2% 4.0% $ 427,108 $ 444,246 $ 457,524 $ 1,328,878

$ 693,379 $ $ $

$ 696,541 0.70 0.77 1.89 4.04 26.4% 40.40 52.23 211.02 51.22 40.64 47.18 139.03 98.64 0.19 0.05 0.24 0.19 0.22 0.66 0.47

0.5% $262,415 0.0% $ 0.0% $ 0.0% $ 0.0% 0.0% 0.5% 0.1% 0.2% -3.5% 0.5% 4.7% 0.3% 0.3% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.1% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% $

4.9% $ 955,795 0.0% $ 0.0% $ 3.0% $ 2.3% -2.6% 1.4% 1.8% 4.2% 5.9% 3.2% 4.2% 4.0% 4.9% -2.7% 0.0% 1.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.6% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% $

0.70 $ 0.77 $ 1.89 $ 4.04 26.4% 40.19 52.17 210.66 53.06 40.44 45.06 138.56 98.37 0.19 0.05 0.25 0.19 0.21 0.66 0.47 $

0.70 $ 0.72 $ 2.11 $ 6.22 24.9% 87.37 120.79 751.11 51.66 154.90 136.12 342.69 255.32 0.12 0.03 0.07 0.21 0.18 0.46 0.34 3.56 0.09 0.05 19.04 1.22 $

0.70 $ 0.76 $ 1.94 $ 4.59 26.0% 46.19 60.91 279.44 52.88 107.89 56.65 164.54 118.34 0.17 0.04 0.19 0.20 0.20 0.59 0.42 5.30 0.10 0.05 19.04 0.58 $

$

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

FTE's per Hundred Operators per RSH 5.58 5.58 Mechanics per RSM 0.11 0.11 Service Attendants RSM 0.06 0.05 MOW Inspectors per RM * Transit Operations Supervisors 0.48 0.48 per RSH * per route mile Percentage calculations based on un-rounded amounts.

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Service Level Details
Revenue Service Hours
FY14 Budget 6,327,663 71,362 130,516 519,176 7,048,717 294,483 93,589 190,057 124,160 325,510 1,027,799 8,076,516 FY15 Proposed 6,327,663 84,380 130,516 519,176 7,061,735 294,483 93,589 190,057 124,160 325,510 1,027,799 8,089,534

Boardings (000s)
FY14 Budget 342,761 1,298 9,321 14,373 367,753 32,674 15,272 15,074 11,842 49,290 124,152 491,905 FY15 Proposed 343,137 1,825 9,521 14,373 368,856 33,273 15,552 15,350 12,059 50,196 126,430 495,286

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Mode Bus Local & Rapid Silver Line Orange Line Purchased Transp Subtotal Bus Rail Blue Line Green Line Gold Line Expo Line Heavy Rail Subtotal Rail Totals

Inc/(Dec) 13,018 13,018

Mode Bus Local & Rapid Silver Line Orange Line Purchased Transp Subtotal Bus Rail Blue Line Green Line Gold Line Expo Line Heavy Rail Subtotal Rail Totals

Inc/(Dec) 376 527 200 1,103 599 280 276 217 906 2,278 3,381

13,018

Revenue Service Miles
FY14 Budget 68,701,920 1,548,555 2,140,454 6,276,209 78,667,138 5,427,387 2,730,794 3,750,486 2,288,299 7,386,642 21,583,608 100,250,746 FY15 Proposed 68,701,920 1,831,046 2,140,454 6,276,209 78,949,629 5,427,387 2,730,794 3,750,486 2,288,299 7,386,642 21,583,608 100,533,237

Passenger Miles (000s)
FY14 Budget 1,330,355 12,975 93,162 48,392 1,484,884 238,521 100,946 108,984 86,448 237,087 771,986 2,256,870 FY15 Proposed 1,333,462 15,018 93,306 48,392 1,490,178 246,220 104,198 112,055 91,079 250,980 804,532 2,294,710

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

Mode Bus Local & Rapid Silver Line Orange Line Purchased Transp Subtotal Bus Rail Blue Line Green Line Gold Line Expo Line Heavy Rail Subtotal Rail Totals

Inc/(Dec) 282,491 282,491

Mode Bus Local & Rapid Silver Line Orange Line Purchased Transp Subtotal Bus Rail Blue Line Green Line Gold Line Expo Line Heavy Rail Subtotal Rail Totals

Inc/(Dec) 3,107 2,043 144 5,294 7,699 3,252 3,071 4,631 13,893 32,546 37,840

282,491

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Activity Based Bus Cost Model
Activities Transportation Wages & Benefits Services Materials & Supplies Training Control Center Scheduling & Planning Field Supervision Total Transportation Maintenance Division Maintenance Wages & Benefits Fuel Materials & Supplies Fueling Contractor Reimbursement Services Subtotal Division Maintenance Central Maintenance Wages & Benefits Materials & Supplies Maintenance Services Subtotal Central Maintenance Other Maintenance Maintenance Support Non-Revenue Vehicles Facilities Maintenance Training Subtotal Other Maintenance Total Maintenance Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. - RSH = Revenue Service Hour FY14 Budget $000 $/RSH $ 346,302 63 378 5,952 7,377 4,182 9,753 374,007 $ 53.04 0.01 0.06 0.91 1.13 0.64 1.49 $ 57.28 $ FY15 Proposed $000 $/RSH 331,991 63 378 7,050 7,753 4,287 10,147 361,669 $ 50.74 0.01 0.06 1.08 1.18 0.66 1.55 $ 55.28 Inc/(Dec) $ $/RSH $(14,311) $ (2.29) 1,098 0.17 376 0.06 106 0.01 393 0.06 $(12,338) $ (2.00)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33

$

$

$

$

128,937 $ 19.75 $ 31,847 4.88 42,234 6.47 (699) (0.11) 135 0.02 202,455 $ 31.01 $

129,381 $ 19.78 $ 444 $ 32,928 5.03 1,081 44,978 6.87 2,744 (875) (0.13) (177) 216 0.03 81 206,628 $ 31.58 $ 4,173 $

0.03 0.16 0.41 0.01 0.58

$

$

14,928 5,176 197 20,300

$

$

2.29 0.79 0.03 3.11

$

$

16,553 5,176 197 21,925

$

$

2.53 0.79 0.03 3.35

$ 1,625 $ 1,625

$

$

0.24 0.24

$

$ $

16,423 6,890 36,881 2,087 62,282 285,037

$

$

2.52 1.06 5.65 0.32 9.54

$

$ $

14,793 7,030 34,581 2,017 58,421 286,974

$

$

2.26 1.07 5.29 0.31 8.93

$ (1,629) $ (0.25) 140 0.02 (2,300) (0.36) (70) (0.01) $ (3,860) $ (0.61) $ 1,938 $ 0.21

$ 43.65

$ 43.86

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Activity Based Bus Cost Model (continued)
Activities Other Operating Transit Security Revenue Service Development Safety Casualty & Liability Workers' Comp Transitional Duty Program Utilities Other Metro Operations Building Costs Copy Services Total Other Operating Support Departments Board Oversight CEO Management Audit Services Procurement Communications Finance Human Resources Real Estate ITS Administration Construction Total Support Departments Total Local & Rapid Bus Costs Directly Operated RSH Purchased Transportation Contracted Service Security Administration Total Purchased Transportation Purchased Transportation RSH Grand Total Bus Costs Total Bus RSH (in 000s) FY14 Budget $000 $/RSH $ 30,388 30,779 12,741 3,353 43,035 42,978 1,094 15,628 8,029 9,240 923 198,188 4.65 4.71 1.95 0.51 6.59 6.58 0.17 2.39 1.23 1.42 0.14 $ 30.35 $ $ FY15 Proposed $000 $/RSH 30,668 33,315 13,179 3,284 47,339 46,648 1,094 15,091 8,254 9,534 937 209,343 4.69 5.09 2.01 0.50 7.24 7.13 0.17 2.31 1.26 1.46 0.14 $ 32.00 $ $ Inc/(Dec) $ $/RSH 279 $ 0.03 2,537 0.38 438 0.06 (69) (0.01) 4,304 0.65 3,669 0.55 (537) (0.09) 225 0.03 294 0.04 14 0.00 $ 11,155 $ 1.64

34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73

$

$

$

$ $

1,476 5,296 1,441 20,309 9,943 7,797 2,930 2,325 16,214 1,821 888 70,440 927,671 6,530

$

0.23 0.81 0.22 3.11 1.52 1.19 0.45 0.36 2.48 0.28 0.14 $ 10.79 $142.07

$

$ $

577 4,590 1,504 20,803 10,600 8,723 3,188 2,508 19,256 1,820 1,307 74,875 932,861 6,543

$

0.09 0.70 0.23 3.18 1.62 1.33 0.49 0.38 2.94 0.28 0.20 $ 11.44 $142.58

(899) $ (0.14) (706) (0.11) 63 0.01 494 0.07 657 0.10 927 0.14 258 0.04 183 0.03 3,042 0.46 (1) (0.00) 419 0.06 $ 4,435 $ 0.66 $ 5,190 13 $ 0.51

$

$

$

45,940 2,416 633 48,990 519 976,661 7,049

$ 88.49 4.65 1.22 $ 94.36

$

$

45,940 2,434 576 48,950 519 981,811 7,062

$ 88.49 4.69 1.11 $ 94.28

$

$

$ 17 0.03 (57) (0.11) (40) $ (0.08) $ 0.47

-

$

$138.56

$

$139.03

$ 5,150 13

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Activity Based Rail Cost Model
Activities Transportation Wages & Benefits Materials & Supplies Other Control Center Training Total Transportation Maintenance Vehicle Maintenance Wages & Benefits Materials & Supplies Services Other Subtotal Vehicle Maintenance Wayside Maintenance Wages & Benefits Materials & Supplies Services Propulsion Power Other Subtotal Wayside Maintenance Other Maintenance Maintenance Support Non-Revenue Vehicles Facilities Maintenance Subtotal Other Maintenance Total Maintenance Other Operating Transit Security Revenue Service Development Safety Casualty & Liability Workers' Comp Transitional Duty Program Utilities Other Metro Operations Building Costs Copy Services Total Other Operating Support Departments Board Oversight CEO Management Audit Services Procurement Communication Real Estate Finance Human Resources ITS Administration Construction Total Support Departments Grand Total Rail Costs Total Rail Revenue Service Hours (in 000s) Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. FY14 Budget $000 $/RSH $ 41,953 130 34 9,133 1,851 53,101 $ 40.82 0.13 0.03 8.89 1.80 51.66 $ FY15 Proposed $000 $/RSH 43,235 130 34 11,081 1,768 56,247 $ 42.07 0.13 0.03 10.78 1.72 54.73 Inc/(Dec) $ $/RSH $ 1,282 $ 1.25 1,948 1.90 (83) (0.08) $ 3,147 $ 3.06

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62

$

$

$

$

$

$

43,572 13,512 121 9 57,214

$

$

42.39 13.15 0.12 0.01 55.67

$

$

42,992 12,929 121 9 56,052

$

$

41.83 12.58 0.12 0.01 54.54

$ (579) $ (0.56) (583) (0.57) $ (1,163) $ (1.13)

$

$

27,282 4,676 2,682 29,527 86 64,253

$

$

26.54 4.55 2.61 28.73 0.08 62.52

$

$

25,882 4,236 1,227 36,177 86 67,608

$

$

25.18 4.12 1.19 35.20 0.08 65.78

$ (1,400) $ (1.36) (441) (0.43) (1,455) (1.42) 6,650 6.47 $ 3,355 $ 3.26

$

$ $

262 1,304 36,176 37,742 159,209

$

$ $

0.25 1.27 35.20 36.72 154.90

$

$ $

181 2,282 38,176 40,639 164,298

$

$ $

0.18 2.22 37.14 39.54 159.85

(81) $ (0.08) 978 0.95 2,000 1.95 $ 2,897 $ 2.82 $ 5,089 $ 4.95

$

$

$

64,919 20,119 101 5,562 3,886 7,029 60 2,686 2,402 4,289 429 111,482

$

$

63.16 19.57 0.10 5.41 3.78 6.84 0.06 2.61 2.34 4.17 0.42 108.47

$

$

65,271 20,467 101 5,320 4,205 7,767 60 2,721 2,903 4,496 442 113,753

$

$

63.51 19.91 0.10 5.18 4.09 7.56 0.06 2.65 2.82 4.37 0.43 110.68

352 $ 0.34 348 0.34 (243) (0.24) 319 0.31 738 0.72 34 0.03 502 0.49 207 0.20 13 0.01 $ 2,272 $ 2.21

$

$

$ $

22.48 2,553 669 6,077 6,201 2,213 2,682 1,360 5,127 828 693 28,425 352,217 1,028

$

$ $

0.02 2.48 0.65 5.91 6.03 2.15 2.61 1.32 4.99 0.81 0.67 27.66 342.69

$

$ $

55 2,419 709 6,714 5,765 4,285 3,087 1,504 5,918 858 679 31,992 366,292 1,028

$

$ $

0.05 2.35 0.69 6.53 5.61 4.17 3.00 1.46 5.76 0.84 0.66 31.13 356.38

$

33 $ 0.03 (134) (0.13) 40 0.04 636 0.62 (436) (0.42) 2,072 2.02 406 0.39 143 0.14 791 0.77 30 0.03 (15) (0.01) $ 3,567 $ 3.47 $14,074 $13.69

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Appendix I Legally Separate Entities

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Public Transportation Services Corporation
Public Transportation Services Corporation (PTSC) is a nonprofit public benefit corporation. PTSC was created in December 1996 in order to transfer certain functions performed by the LACMTA and the employees related to those functions to this new corporation. The PTSC conducts essential public transportation activities including: planning, programming funds for transportation projects within Los Angeles County, construction, providing certain business service s to the County’s Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE) and the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), and providing security services to the operation of the Metro Bus and Rail systems. PTSC allows the employees of the corporation to participate in the California Public Employees Retirement System (PERS).
Statement of Revenues, Expenses and Changes in Retained Earnings For the Years Ending June 30, 2014 and 2015 FY14 FY15 Budget Proposed $ 273.3 $ 287.5 273.3 287.5 $ $ -

1 2 3 4 5

PTSC ($ in millions) Revenue Expenses Increase(decrease) in retained earnings Retained earnings - beginning of year Retained earnings - end of year
Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority
The Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority (Expo) was created by the State Legislature under Public Utilities Code Section 132600, et seq. for the purpose of awarding and overseeing final design and construction contracts for completion of the Los Angeles-Exposition Metro Light Rail project from the Metro Rail Station at 7th Street and Flower Street in the City of Los Angeles to downtown Santa Monica.
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances For the Years Ending June 30, 2014 and 2015 Exposition Metro Line Construction Authority
($ in millions) 1 Revenue 2 Expenditures 3 Net change in fund balance 4 Fund balance - beginning of year 5 Fund balance - end of year Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

FY14 FY15 Budget Proposed $ 397.2 $ 503.1 397.2 503.1 $ $ -

Notes: - Expo budget will be changed based on Expo Board's adoption of FY15 budget. - FY15 Budget is composed of Phase I $54 million and Phase II $449.1 million. - Funding for all Expo projects LOP is provided by Metro. Additional funding outside the LOP is provided by municipalities for improvements within their city limits.

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Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE)
The Los Angeles County Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies (SAFE) was established in Los Angeles County in 1988. SAFE is a separate legal authority created under state law and is responsible for providing motorist aid services in Los Angeles County. SAFE currently operates, manages and/or funds: · The Los Angeles County Kenneth Hahn Call Box System · 511 – Mobile Call Box program · The Metro Freeway Service Patrol · The Motorist Aid and Traveler Information System (MATIS) SAFE receives its funding from a dedicated $1 surcharge assessed on each vehicle registered within Los Angeles County.
Statement of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances For the Years Ending June 30, 2014 and 2015

Service Authority for Freeway Emergencies
($ in millions) 1 Revenues 2 Expenditures 3 Excess (deficiency) of revenue over expenditures 4 Other financing and sources (uses) - transfer out 5 Fund balances - beginning of year 6 Fund balances - end of year Note: Totals may not add due to rounding.

FY14 FY15 Budget Proposed $ 8.8 $ 9.5 11.7 11.4 (2.9) (1.9) (1.5) (5.0) 32.5 28.1 $ 28.1 $ 21.1

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Capital Program Project Listing
Project Description ($ in thousands)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14

FY15 Proposed

Life of Project

Note

Measure R Transit Program Crenshaw/LAX Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Transit: Construction Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Transit: Planning Phase I Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Transit: Planning Phase II Southwestern Maintenance Yard Total Crenshaw/LAX EXPO I Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase I: Metro Incurred Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase I: Expo Authority Incurred Total EXPO I EXPO II Division 22 Paint And Body Shop Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase II: Holdback Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase II: Non-Holdback Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase II: Construction Expo Blvd Light Rail Transit Phase II: Planning Expo Phase II Bikeway Total EXPO II Gold Line Foothill Extension Gold Line Foothill Extension to Azusa: Construction Gold Line Foothill Extension to Azusa: Planning Gold Line Foothill Maintenance Facility - Metro 75% Total Gold Line Foothill Extension Measure R Vehicles Light Rail Vehicle Procurement for Measure R & Fleet Replacement Total Measure R Vehicles Orange Line Extension Metro Orange Line Extension Total Orange Line Extension Purple Line Extension Heavy Rail Vehicle Procurement Non-Revenue Vehicle for Transit Project Delivery Department Westside Subway Extension: Section I Westside Subway Extension: Section II Westside Subway Extension: Planning Phase I Westside Subway Extension: Planning Phase II Total Purple Line Extension Regional Connector Regional Connector: Construction Regional Connector: Planning Total Regional Connector Total Measure R Transit Construction Measure R Transit Planning Airport Metro Connector Eastside Extension Phase II Eastside Light Rail Access Green Line Extension: Redondo to South Bay San Fernando Valley East North/South Rapidways Sepulveda Pass Transit Corridor West Santa Ana Branch Corridor Total Measure R Transit Planning Project $ $ $ $ 157,862 26,673 184,534 3,443,564 8,207 22,040 9,586 7,242 8,627 6,794 2,959 65,456 $ $ $ $ 227,862 299 228,161 1,689,243 2,882 2,349 4,682 1,755 2,287 4,288 2,194 20,437 $ $ $ $ 412,695 412,695 7,543,023 11,089 24,390 14,268 8,998 10,914 11,082 5,153 85,893 7,628,916 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 $ $ 2,276 852 222,376 28,403 8,505 36,770 299,181 $ $ 2,010 350,292 21,948 341 374,592 $ $ 10,910 950 650,267 49,279 711,406 $ $ 137,065 137,065 $ $ 1,674 1,674 $ $ 215,600 215,600 $ $ 100,394 100,394 $ $ 12,075 12,075 $ $ 739,000 739,000 4 $ $ 391,610 508 138,010 530,127 $ $ 194,468 57 69,428 263,953 $ $ 741,000 207,437 948,437 1 $ $ 492 52,472 143,811 636,671 392 7,355 841,194 $ $ 385 83,954 30,241 325,800 8,747 449,127 $ $ 1,511,158 16,102 1,527,260 $ $ 103,945 826,942 930,887 $ $ 9,315 44,700 54,015 $ $ 930,625 930,625 $ $ 287,976 5,526 20,054 106,626 420,183 $ $ 277,717 27,931 305,647 $ $ 2,058,000 2,058,000 2

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Total Measure R Transit Program $ 3,509,020 $ 1,709,681 Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Note 1: Planning Phase I & II are annually funded and do not require a Life of Project (LOP). Note 2: Southwestern Yard is partially funded through the Crenshaw/LAX Light Rail Transit Construction LOP. Note 3: No Board Adopted LOP during planning phase; project is funded on an annual basis. Note 4: LOP includes $242.5M for Expo I & II, $57.7M for Gold Line Foothill Extension and $82.1M for Crenshaw.

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Capital Program Project Listing (continued)
Project Description ($ in thousands)
54 Safety & Security 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90

Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14

FY15 Proposed

Life of Project

Note

Blue Line Metro Blue Line Overhead Catenary System Rehabilitation Metro Blue Line Pedestrian & Swing Gate Installations Metro Blue Line Signal System Rehabilitation Metro Blue Line Traction Power Sub-Stations Rehabilitation Total Blue Line Green Line Metro Green Line Signal System Rehabilitation Metro Green Line Signal System Rehabilitation - Phase II Total Green Line Red/Purple Line Metro Red Line Operator Cab Camera Installation Metro Red Line to Orange Line Underpass at North Hollywood Station Metro Red Line Universal City Pedestrian Bridge Total Red/Purple Line Bus Bus Division Backup Generators Total Bus Systemwide Automated License Plate Recognition Network Phase I Automated License Plate Recognition Network Phase II Emergency Operations Booth at Divisions Fiber Optic Connection EOB/RTACR Metro Blue and Green Line Transit Passenger Info System Metro Emergency Operations Center Metro Emergency Radio System Phase I Metro Intelligent Video Metro Mobile Command Vehicle Metro Security Kiosks at Rail Stations Seismic Monitoring System Replacement Simulcast Security Radio System Upgrade UFS Security - Purchase Card Industry (PCI) Compliance Union Station Smart Hi Definition CCTV Video Security System Enhancement Total Systemwide Total Safety & Security Blue Line Division 11 Body Shop Ventilation Division 11 Water Mitigation Light Rail Vehicle (P2000) Midlife Overhaul Light Rail Vehicle (P865/P2020) Midlife Overhaul Light Rail Vehicle Fleet Enhancement Long Beach Duct Bank Upgrade Metro Blue Line Communication & Signal Building Rehabilitation Metro Blue Line Rail Replacement & Booting Metro Blue Line Station Refurbishments Metro Blue Line Turnout Replacement Metro Blue Line Wheel True Machine Metro Blue Line Yard Signal System Rehabilitation P2000 Vehicle Component Replacement P2000 Vehicle Signaling Package Upgrade Total Blue Line Gold Line Division 21 Car Wash Improvement Pasadena Gold Line Headway Improvements Pasadena Gold Line SONET Upgrade Total Gold Line Green Line Metro Green Line Central Automatic Train Control System Rehab Metro Green Line Material Storage Building & Offices Upgrade Total Green Line Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Note 1: LOP adjustment in process.

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1,709 1,684 898 74,764 79,055 1,908 1,009 2,917 2,179 5,710 5,600 13,490 627 627 1,852 837 100 50 3,305 12,868 426 1,020 641 1,277 109 673 910 699 1,864 26,630 122,720

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13,000 7,700 64,000 82,200 166,900 3,600 7,800 11,400 6,380 22,000 27,300 55,680 3,700 3,700 2,069 1,602 452 450 5,987 16,103 621 734 1,250 5,150 275 1,318 19,500 1,849 1,500 58,860 296,540

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538 1,303 796 9,131 113,483 424 839 2,092 35 516 50 5,352 1,721 136,278 295 451 928 1,674 162 875 1,037

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Capital Program Project Listing (continued)
Project Description ($ in thousands) Red/Purple Line Bicycle Lockers & Racks for Metro Rail Stations Division 20 Carwash & Cleaning Platform Fire Control Panel Upgrade Heavy Rail SCADA System Replacement Heavy Rail Vehicle Midlife Overhaul Metro Rail Station Entrance Gating Metro Red Line Civic Center Station Escalator/Elevator Modernization Metro Red Line Damper Replacement Metro Red Line Entrance Canopies Metro Red Line Entrance Canopies (ARRA Funded) Metro Red Line Escalator Replacement/Modernization Metro Red Line Horizontal Carousel Metro Red Line Seg II & III Audio Frequency Track Circuit Replacement Metro Red Line Segment I Audio Frequency Track Circuit Replacement Metro Red Line Segment II & III Remote Terminal Units Rehabilitation Metro Red Line Train-to-Wayside Communication Rehabilitation Metro Red Line Tunnel Lighting Rehabilitation Metro Red Line Yard Genralogic System Rehabilitation Roof Replacement at Location 61 Subway Railcar Component Replacement Wayside Energy Storage Substation (WESS) Total Red/Purple Line Systemwide Automatic Wheel Profile Measuring Device Metro Green and Red Line Rail Station Refurbishments System Project Total Systemwide Total Rail Deferred Maintenance Articulated Bus Replacement ATMS Upgrade Bulk Storage Containers Bus Acquisition 100 CNG Bus Acquisition 150 45-Foot Compo Bus Acquisition 30 Zero Emission/Super Low Emission Bus Acquisition 550 40-Foot Bus Facility Maintenance Improvements & Enhancements Phase I Bus Facility Maintenance Improvements & Enhancements Phase II Bus Midlife Program thru FY14 Bus Stop Information System Project Central Maintenance Shop Engine Replacement Program thru FY14 Central Maintenance Shop Equipment Replacement Division 2 Maintenance Building Renovation & Facility Upgrade Division 3 Master Plan Phases II-IV Electrify Compression of Natural Gas at CNG Fueling Stations Facility Equipment & Upgrades Non-Revenue Equipment Replacement Bus (Scrubbers, Trailers) Non-Revenue Light Duty Vehicle Replacement Bus Non-Revenue Vehicles Procurement for Bus thru FY15 Patsaouras Bus Plaza Paver Retrofit Revenue Collection Equipment Midlife Refurbishment Terminals 47 And 48 Corrosion Under Ground Storage Tank Replacements thru FY14 Warehouse Improvement - Division 9 Warehouse Infrastructure - 490 Bauchet Warehouse Replacement - Division 3 Total Bus Deferred Maintenance Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 $ 832 9,918 307 1,391 908 16,110 7,078 1,265 3,612 6,497 910 105 41 1,867 547 14 1,698 1,663 2,334 13,941 3,631 74,669 2,824 2,824 216,483 9,360 7 59,508 85,768 6,235 108,592 15,557 3,757 63,705 913 20,680 949 1,819 12,542 27,115 993 1,491 719 27 500 425 100 5,817 854 464 997 428,897 $ FY15 Proposed 393 2,405 476 3,991 913 1,000 2,567 2,158 323 550 1,449 45 5,443 334 22,046 1,100 1,353 6,332 8,785 57,776 177 108 4,415 151,936 1,083 2,094 13,482 95 6,876 762 2,720 658 507 445 3,527 2,278 372 756 500 192,789 Life of Project $ 1,350 15,400 3,600 15,883 172,000 21,000 12,000 2,700 7,224 6,700 12,500 397 975 2,279 1,000 1,800 9,000 2,000 3,059 30,000 5,166 326,033 4,000 4,500 6,332 14,832 760,107 177 12,107 185 60,000 86,830 30,000 304,943 21,231 20,896 101,488 1,150 32,112 2,928 33,375 13,200 28,000 2,254 2,839 1,705 4,030 9,093 1,521 965 7,500 890 1,153 1,604 782,176 New Note

117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146

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Capital Program Project Listing (continued)
Project Description ($ in thousands) Deferred Maintenance Infrastructure Agencywide Reporting Analysis System ASRS Manager Computer System Upgrade BIAS System Replacement Board Room Audio/Video System Upgrade Call Center Telephone Replacement Customer Center Relocation Improvements Digital Incident Management System Enterprise Communication Network Switch Financial and Budget Systems Integration FIS R12 Upgrade Gateway Building Emergency Generator Gateway Building Renovations GIRO HASTUS Upgrade & Enhancement HASTUS Infrastructure Upgrade Inventory Optimization System Quality Assurance Test Lab Total Deferred Maintenance Infrastructure Deferred Maintenance Systemwide Cathodic Protection Systems Digital Rail Radio System Hazardous Material Storage Containers Installation of Signage & Posters Non-Revenue Vehicle & Equipment Replacement Passenger Intercom Replacement Regional Rail Signage System Improvements System Projects Systemwide Corrosion Protection System Replacement Systemwide Elevator Installations (Vertical Systems) Vertical Lift Module Systems Warehouse Awning at Wayside Systems Warehouse Pallet Racking for Rail Wayside Workers Protection Enhancement Total Deferred Maintenance Systemwide Grand Total Deferred Maintenance Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 $ 2,429 589 1,962 1,269 500 54 522 2,144 6,988 1,501 9,971 548 870 29,346 863 10,913 826 654 9,428 153 1,515 535 1,594 707 554 4,039 31,782 706,509 $ FY15 Proposed 711 955 709 68 32 748 1,604 100 2,306 1,855 662 410 500 10,660 2,499 26 8,511 7 711 5,033 1,955 2,458 820 58 120 22,198 283,423 Life of Project $ 3,075 1,423 3,800 1,332 1,500 761 2,064 2,843 4,200 12,900 1,895 42,842 4,010 1,687 1,583 938 86,854 920 25,000 1,200 897 29,095 3,596 2,231 5,033 13,000 8,000 2,288 677 120 4,573 96,629 1,725,766 Note

176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210

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Capital Program Project Listing (continued)
Project Description ($ in thousands) Rail Capital Improvements & Closeouts Blue Line Long Beach Duct Bank Upgrade Phase II Total Blue Line Gold Line Division 21 Midway Yard Improvements Gold Line Closeout Gold Line Eastside Extension Gold Line Eastside Extension Enhancements Pasadena Gold Line Vehicle Loop Detector Replacement Pasadena Gold Line Yard Train Loop Detector Replacement Warehouse High Density Storage Equipment at Monrovia Total Gold Line Green Line Wayside Intrusion Detection System Replacement Metro Green Line UPS for Train Control & Communication Building Total Green Line Red/Purple Line Lankershim Depot Restoration at MRL North Hollywood Metro Red Line Gas Analyzer Upgrade Metro Red Line Segment I Power Supply Replacement Metro Red Line Segment II Closeout Metro Red Line Segment III North Hollywood Closeout Total Red/Purple Line Systemwide FY14-FY15 Rail Facility Sub-Metering Project - Div 11, 22, and 60 FY14-FY15 Rail Facility Sub-Metering Project - Div 20 & 21 Total Systemwide Total Rail Capital Improvements & Closeouts Bus Capital Improvements Artesia Transit Center Improvements ASRS Unit Upgrade for Mini-Load BRT Freeway Station Sound Enclosure Bus Facilities Lighting Retrofit Division 1 Improvements Division 10 Bus Wash Air Dryer Station Division 13 Construction Division 13 Stormwater Reclamation System Divisions 9 & 18 Recycled Water Systems DVR Equipment Refurbishment Fuel Storage Tank System Enhancements (FY15 - FY17) FY14-FY15 Bus Facility Sub-Metering Project - Div 1, 2, 4, 9, and 18 FY14-FY15 Bus Facility Sub-Metering Project - Div 3, 6, 8, and 15 Harbor Transit Way, El Monte Bus Svc Stop / Station Amenities Hawthorne/Lennox Bus Layover Metro Art Enhancement Metro Orange Line Passenger Amenities Metro Orange Line Reclaimed Water Project Metro Silver Line Improvements & Upgrades Non-Revenue Equipment Expansion Bus System Non-Revenue Light Duty Bus Expansion Slauson Bus Stop Amenity Improvements Solar Power Enhanced Bus Stop Lighting Total Bus Capital Improvements ExpressLane Tollways & Facility El Monte Busway & Transit Center Expansion ExpressLanes On I-10 & I-110 (CRDP) Harbor Transitway Improvements Patsaouras Plaza Bus Station Construction Total ExpressLane Tollways & Facility Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 FY15 Proposed Life of Project Note

211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270

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253 253 140 8,728 887,147 54,336 305 25 81 950,761 3 265 268 2,092 673 169 22,092 3,245 28,271 979,554 1,230 233 289 468 807 80 65,059 550 160 305 1,031 433 535 601 328 4,035 548 114 927 115 77,849 58,363 107,591 3,790 7,347 177,091

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619 619 152 2,400 65 224 708 3,549 164 273 438 105 408 71 775 175 1,533 88 148 236 6,375 10 738 564 450 991 24,272 603 2,714 152 31 304 80 72 1,634 32,614 156 60 9,348 9,564

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8,000 8,000 1,024 9,079 898,814 55,903 750 600 1,874 968,044 9,700 1,200 10,900 3,600 4,000 300 22,867 3,639 34,406 240 421 661 1,022,011 1,240 1,659 5,838 4,250 20,866 86 104,200 950 205 3,102 6,500 465 373 1,031 1,164 615 615 400 7,845 684 149 990 750 163,976 60,106 116,037 3,850 30,984 210,977

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Capital Program Project Listing (continued)
Project Description ($ in thousands) Capital Improvements Support Infrastructure Annual Software Application Platform Upgrades Annual Workstation & Network Refresh Program Application Platform Systems Upgrade (FY15 - FY16) Contract Information Management System - Phase II Contract Information Management System - Phase III Customer Center Security & Info Enhancements Electronic Security & Access Enhancement Installation of Stand Alone Validators & Vending Machines Internet-Based Customer Help Desk Mobile Phone Validators Sylmar Child Center Rehabilitation TAP Mobile Application for Contactless Transactions TAP Mobile Application for Handheld Validators Ticket Vending Machine Installations Universal Fare System Data Warehousing Universal Fare System Disaster Recovery Union Station Main Terminal HVAC Upgrade Union Station Renovations & Upgrades Union Station Reroofing Web Infrastructure Upgrade Workstation and Network Technology Refresh (FY15 - FY16) Total Capital Improvements Support Infrastructure Capital Improvements Systemwide Bicycle Access Improvements - Rail Car Cleaning Platform Canopy Countywide Signal Priority Module Fiber Optic Main Loop Upgrade LRT Freeway Stations Sound Enclosures MOW Tools & Equipment Procurement thru FY16 Non-Revenue Maintenance Shop Improvements Public Plug-In Charge Station Rail Facilities Lighting Retrofit Regional Service Center & Clearinghouse SCADA System Security Enhancement Universal Fare Collection System Total Capital Improvements Systemwide Grand Total Capital Improvements Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. Note 1: LOP adjustment in process. Forecasted Expenditures thru FY14 $ 853 1,000 6,053 540 258 240 1,000 288 1,003 306 207 270 7,883 200 1,505 21,607 21 24 27 474 103 721 203 435 17,094 238 94,460 113,799 2,199,128 $ FY15 Proposed 500 1,288 712 338 699 400 400 1,683 300 270 1,250 2,462 2,000 543 942 13,786 549 108 215 826 1,268 581 650 283 424 600 251 685 6,441 400,921 Life of Project $ 865 1,000 1,500 7,561 2,330 342 523 1,400 1,142 500 987 625 500 6,736 6,042 2,043 5,376 17,311 7,080 3,096 2,600 69,559 2,243 505 1,000 4,250 8,609 2,000 3,227 55 1,557 20,072 1,365 97,607 142,490 3,631,319 Note

271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308

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Regional Transit Allocations
FY15 REVENUE ESTIMATES AVAILABLE FOR ALLOCATION
A STATE AND LOCAL Transportation Development Act (TDA): Planning & Administration: Planning - Metro Planning - SCAG Administration - Metro Subtotal Article 3 Pedestrian & Bikeways Article 4 Bus Transit Article 8 Streets & Highways FY15 Estimated Revenue B Carry-Over FY13 Budget vs Actual C Interest FY13 Actual D=A+B+C FY15 Total Funds Available N O T E FY14 Total Funds Available

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2,000,000 2,753,250 3,746,750 8,500,000

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$ 218,654 (218,654) $ $

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2,000,000 2,838,997 3,661,003 8,500,000

2.0% $ 7,172,000 91.7% 328,690,094 6.3% 22,737,906 Total $ 367,100,000 36,710,000 174,372,500 244,121,500 226,108,329 38,937,871 265,046,200

583,078 26,722,251 1,848,574 $ 29,153,903 $ 2,893,392 n/a 19,241,056 n/a $ -

1,958,128 $ 1,958,128 -

7,755,078 357,370,473 24,586,480 $ 398,212,031 $ 39,603,392 174,372,500 263,362,556

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7,400,658 341,437,490 23,462,835 $ 380,800,983 $ 37,599,618 168,245,000 250,037,459

9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Proposition A: Administration 5.0% $ Local Return 25.0% Rail Development 35.0% Bus Transit: 40.0% 95% of 40% Capped at CPI (2.3%) 95% of 40% Over CPI Sub-total $ 5% of 40% Incentive Total Proposition C: Administration Rail/Bus Security Commuter Rail Local Return Freeways and Highways Discretionary

$

3

$

226,108,329 38,937,871 $ 265,046,200 15,049,289 $ 757,433,937 11,883,415 39,017,211 78,034,423 144,637,400 195,086,057 312,137,692 $ 780,796,198 $ $ 44,852,452 48,406,411 93,258,863 $

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221,024,760 34,707,640 $ 255,732,400 14,287,855 $ 725,902,331 11,281,135 37,039,726 74,079,453 139,554,800 185,198,632 296,317,810 $ 743,471,556 $ 64,145,077 51,464,498 $ 115,609,575 $

13,949,800 $ 734,200,000

1,099,489 $ 23,233,937 870,415 2,857,861 5,715,723 n/a 14,289,307 22,862,892 $ 46,596,198 $

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1.5% $ 11,013,000 5.0% 36,159,350 10.0% 72,318,700 20.0% 144,637,400 25.0% 180,796,750 40.0% 289,274,800 Total $ 734,200,000 $ 51,270,767 48,928,358 $ 100,199,125

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25 26 27

State Transit Assistance: Bus (PUC 99314 Rev Base Share) Rail (PUC 99313 Population Share) Total Measure R: Administration Transit Capital - New Rail Transit Capital - Metrolink Transit Capital - Metro Rail Highway Capital Operations New Rail Operations Bus Local Return

$ (6,534,313) $ 115,998 (600,294) 78,347 $ (7,134,607) $ 194,345

28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

1.5% $ 11,013,000 35.0% 253,115,450 3.0% 21,695,610 2.0% 14,463,740 20.0% 144,637,400 5.0% 36,159,350 20.0% 144,637,400 15.0% 108,478,050 Total $ 734,200,000 $ 2,669,899,125 $ 67,236,000

833,375 19,153,745 1,641,750 1,094,500 10,944,997 2,736,249 10,944,997 n/a $ 47,349,613 $ 139,199,044 $ 4,597,182

$

$

9,951 287,574 670,816 38,028 138,519 75,506 30,503 $ 1,250,899 $ 3,403,372

11,856,326 272,556,769 24,008,176 15,596,268 155,720,916 38,971,106 155,612,900 108,478,050 $ 782,800,512 $ 2,812,501,541 $ 71,843,133

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11,659,084 260,991,997 22,760,091 14,978,095 149,292,032 37,402,164 147,479,831 104,664,614 $ 749,227,908 $ 2,715,012,353 $ 69,039,837

$

Total Funds Available for Allocation Total Planning & Admin Allocations: (Lines 4, 9, 18 and 28)

$

9,951

Note: Totals may not add due to rounding. 1) Sales Tax and TDA Revenue estimate is 3.6% over FY14 budget based on review of several economic forecasts. 2) Consumer Price Index (CPI) of 2.3% represents a composite index from several economic forecasting sources applied to Proposition A Discretionary allocated to included operators. 3) Local Return subfunds do not show carryover balances. These funds are distributed in the same period received. 4) Proposition A 95% of 40% Bus Transit current year estimate will be used to fund eligible and Tier 2 operators. The carry-over is not shown since it has been converted into Proposition C 40% Discretionary to fund various Board-approved discretionary programs. 5) STA Bus (PUC 99314 Revenue Base Share) estimate from the State Controller's Office is further reduced by $4.5 million to reflect estimated shortfall in FY14.

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