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APPROVED FISCAL 2005

ANNUAL BUDGET
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED ANNUAL BUDGET
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VISION STATEMENT, MISSION STATEMENT, AND STRATEGIC


GOALS ...•..........................•...•••.••....•..•....•...•....•.......•...•...•.••.•.•.••..••.....••...••..•...••..•....••...•..•••....•. 1
Vision Statement and Strategic Goals 3
Annual Budget Summary 5
Organization and Staffing 11
Departmental Budgets 15
Departments By Cost Center : 23

OPERATING BUDGET 103


Ridership and Revenue 113
Metrobus 123
Metrorail 141
Metro Access to 155
Direct and Indirect Costs 161
Debt Service to 165
Professional and Technical Services 169
Union Statistics 175
Fringe Benefits 179

REIMBURSABLE OPERATING PROJECTS 183

CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM..••..•..••........•....•...•...•..••.••...•...•.••••..••.••.•.••.••....•• 191

RAIL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM FUNDING 241

ALLOCATION OF. SUBSIDY BY JURISDICTION 245

RESERVES ..•...................•................•...••..................••...•.••..••.....•...••......••.•.•...•....•..••..••......••• 253

APPENDIX A RESOLUTIONS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS A-l

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VISION STATEMENT,
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STRATEGIC GOALS

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Vision Statement and Strategic Goals

WMATA Vision Statement


The vision for WMATA's future is a fully integrated regional system, maintained in
a state of good repair, that brings high quality, reliable service to customers who
benefit from transit access across the region.

WMATA Mission Statement


We are committed to being an integral part of the Washington metropolitan area
by ensuring the best in safe, reliable, cost-effective and responsive transit
services, by promoting regional mobility and by contributing toward the social,
economic and environmental well-being of our community.

WMATA Strategic Goals

SERVICE QUALITY AND RIDERSHIP GROWTH


Offer safe, reliable, convenient, affordable and comfortable services to attract
and maintain ridership on Metrorail, Metrobus and other services, with the aim of
doubling the customer base.

SAFETY AND SECURITY


Become the model in safe and secure operations and facilities through
technology and management initiatives.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Make the best use of available resources by fully examining the relationships
between operating and capital investments and by continuously enhancing the
skills, capacity and productivity of WMATA's workforce.

REGIONAL ROLE
Take an appropriate leadership role in the region's transportation future, as well
as its region's transportation future, as well as its environmental, economic and
social well-being, developing funding commitments and executing programs
through active partnering with regional, state and local governmental units and
the private sector, building on the strong record of investment and success of the
existing system.

NATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS
Maintain and enhance a working partnership and a strong funding relationship
with the federal government, recognizing its special role as the region's major
employer and its relationship with the national transit industry.

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WMATA Budget
Fiscal 2005 Approved: $1.29 Billion

Where"it Comes From

Federal I Other $201.1

Regional Subsidy $549.4

Where it Goes
Capital Improvement
Program $314.1

Operating Budget $977.9

$ Millions

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
OPERATING BUDGET
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES
DISPLAYED BY MODE
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2002 FY2003 FY2004 FY2005 Change


Actual Actual Approved Approved
REVENUES
BUS OPERATIONS $109,146.4 $110,579.9 $116,580.3 $124,218.9 $7,638.6
RAIL OPERATIONS 316,905.3 330,660.3 368,316.1 413,249.9 44,933.8
PARATRANSIT 1,698.3 1,927.8 2,402.0 4,000.0 1,598.0

TOTAL REVENUES $427,750.0 $443,167.9 $487,298.3 $541,468.8 $54,170.5

EXPENSES
BUS OPERATIONS $310,636.7 $320,113.0 $333,264.3 $359,515.0 $26,250.7
RAIL OPERATIONS 446,849.1 469,929.0 498,963.2 532,471.5 33,508.3
PARATRANSIT 26,245.8 33,010.4 40,068.8 51,696.7 11,627.9

TOTAL EXPENSES $783,731.5 $823,052.5 $872,296.3 $943,683.2 $71,386.9

GROSS SUBSIDY $355,981.5 $379,841.5 $384,998.0 $402,214.4 $17,216.4

Gross Subsidy $355,981.5 $379,841.5 $384,998.0 $402,214.4 $17.216.4


Plus: Debt Service 27,484.2 27,484.2 27,484.2 27.484.2 0.0

REIMBURSABLE OPERATING 10.1 13.2 9.6 6.7 -2.9

Net Local Subsidy 383,475.8 407,338.9 412,491.8 429,705.3 17,213.5

Cost Recovery Ratio 54.58% 53.85% 55.86% 57.38% 1.51%

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Note: Operating Budget is accrued expenses; CIP and Rail Construction budgets are obligations.

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
(Dollars in Millions)
REGIONAL FUNDING SUMMARY

Operating Infrastructure System System


Including Renewal Access/Capacity Expansion Fiscal
Debt Service Program Program Program 2005

District of Columbia $163.8 $36.5 $0.6 $0.7 $201.6

Maryland
Montgomery County $76.7 $16.7 $0.3 $0.3 $94.0
Prince George's County 84.1 19.1 0.3 0.4 $103.9
MD State 9.3 $9.3
$160.8 $35.8 $0.6 $10.0 $207.2
Virginia
Alexandria $17.6 $4.4 0.1 $22.1
Arlington County 29.5 8.5 0.8 0.2 $39.0
Fairfax County 55.9 0.2 0.2 0.3 $56.6
Fairfax City 0.9 13.8 $14.7
Falls Church 1.2 0.3 $1.5
Total $105.2 $27.2 $1.0 $0.6 $134.0

Reimbursable Operating $6.7 $6.7

Total Regional Assistance $436.4 $99.5 $2.2 $11.3 $549.4

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Organization and Staffing

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Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Richard A. White
Chief Executive Officer 3110
James Gallagher
Deputy
7100 General Manager
Harold Bartlett
1400 Operations
Carol O'Keeffe
Secretary
General Counsel (A)
& Chief of Staff

I 1 I I I I
lUUU 1710 2100 4100 5100 6100
8100 3310 3410
3210
Polly Hanson Fred Goodine Peter Benjamin P. Takis Salpeas William Scott Edward Thomas Steven A. Feil Patrick Porzillo
Leona Agouridis Jack Requa
Chief AGM AGM AGM AGM AGM COO Chief
Metro Transit Capital Projects Wof1<.force Dev. &
AGM
Planning &
COO
System Safety Chief Finandal COmmunications Rail Services Engineer
Bus Services
Police Department & Risk Protection Officer Manaaement Diversitv PrOQrams Strateaic Proarams

2200 5300 6200 8200


r 3220
r 3330 r 3420
1720
- Kevin Lyons
Passenger. Veh.
& Rre Safety
~
Kathy Smith
Comptroller
Accounting
4200
~ James Haggins
Construction
1
Richard Plante
Organizational
Development
~ Jane L. Taylor
Marketing
Frank McCarron
~ Capital Program
Oversight
~ Tangee
I
Mobley
Bus
Transportation
_ William Paulus
RailCar
Maintenance
~ Teny Consavage
I RailVehide
Engineering
.)4>~.)
1730 2300 4300 5400 8300 3230 3340
6300 Vacant
~
Vacant
Indust. Const. - Burt Bouldry
Financial
~
Harry Lupia
Engineering &
... Katrina Wiggins
Human Resources
~ Ray Feldmann
Media Relations
- Rick Stevens
Business
.., Phillip Wallace
Bus
M
Rita Davis
Rail
.... Systems
Engineering
& Env. Safety Management Architecture Mgt.& Planning Planning & Dev. Malntenance Transportation

1740 6400 8400 3350 3430


2400 4600 5500 3120
Vacant ~ Rick Levine ~ Don McCanless ~ Sean Burgess Vacant
...... Alvin Doehring ~ Nancy Grzesik ....., Cynthia Myers Avon Mackel
Loss Control & Replication & Information Systems Reliability
Treasurer Administration Civil Rights Metro Access Engineering
Worters Como. Digitizing Svcs. Tech. & SelVice Maintenance

7200 1750 4700 5600 6500 8500 3130 3360 3440


_ James Stewart _ Rich Buettner David Couch '-jRichard Froelke ~ Joe Gallnanes ....., Rod Burfield Bea Hicks ..., Louis Testa (A) Thomas Robinson
Auditor ~uality Enhance. ..... Infrastructure Labor Customer Info. Tech. Operations Track & ... Operations
General & Analysis RenewaJ Prog Relations Service Renewal Prog. Liaison Structures Support
3150
7300 3450
5700 6600 ___ Paul Gillum
Dutch Heinemeyel
Plant ~ Robert Golden
- Property ~ James Maginnis Debra Johnson Bus Vehicle
Dev. & Mgt Administrative '- Projed Comm Maintenance
Engineering
Prog. & Svcs. 3160
7400 ~ James Hughes
James A. Zingale 6800 3460
Oper. Planning Joan LeLacheur
_ Procurement ~ Murray Bond
~ Admin Support -4 Environmental
& Materials Smart-Trip
Operations 3170 Services
7500 ~ GlennMillis
Deborah Lipman 8900 ADA &
-, Intergovernmental Vacant Paralransit
Relations Parking Lot 3180
7600 Management ~ David LaCosse
Pamela Wilkins Elevators
Board & Exec. & Escalators July I, 2004
~ Mgmt. Relations
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED STAFFING
STAFFING SUMMARY BY OFFICE
As of: 91212004
Positions Operatlna Capital
FV 2004 FY2005 Net FUII-iIIne Para- Reimb. Reimb. Rail
Offiee Amenged Pr°Rosod ChaMS Eaujy BY! Rpj! transit Oper. papital Constr CIP

General Manager 2 2 2.00 0.56 1.08 0,10 0.24


General Counsel 71 73 2 71,SO 19.55 37.35 5.28 786
Metro Transit Police S03 509 6 507.SO 85.49 414.01 8.00
Independent Offices 576 584 8 581.00 105.80 4&2.44 13.38 8.10

Secretary - Chief of Staff 1 1 1,00 0,28 0.54 0.05 0.12


Audllor General 27 27 27.00 644 12.412 5,15 2.76
Intergovernmental RelatIons 8 8 8.00 0.84 4.96 0.05 1.46 0.10 0.59
Property Development & Mgmt 30 25 ·5 24.50 4,06 16.01 1.75 1.75 0,68
Procurement and Materiels 179 181 2 181.00 48.46 92.64 17.06 2118
Board and EX8Cutive Management Reletions 4 4 4.00 1.12 2,16 0,20 0.48
Secretary and Chief of Staff 249 246 ·3 245.50 61.20 128.73 0.05 25.67 1.85 25.81

AGM • System Safety and Risk Protection 3 4 4.00 1.12 2,16 0.20 0.46
Quality Enhancement and Analysis 15 15 15,00 3,64 10.21 0.06 1,09
Passenger Vehicle Fire Life Safety 14 13 ·1 13.00 3.64 7.02 0.65 1.56
Industrial Construction and Environmental Safety 12 13 1 13.00 4.45 5.45 1.95 010 1.05
Loss Control and Womer. Compensation 39 38 ·1 38.00 4.25 33.15 0.60
System Safety and Risk Protection 83 83 83.00 17.10 57.99 3.46 0.10 4.18

Chief Finance Officer 7 7 700 2.64 3.47 0.45 0.41


Accounting 69 70 1 70.00 19,32 37,26 4.45 8.26
Financial Management 21 20 ·1 20,00 5,80 10.30 1,00 2.50
Treasurer 132 132 132.00 2696 100,90 1.10 2.82
Finance 229 229 229.00 55.66 152.43 7.00 13.91

Deputy General Manager· Operations 4 4 4.00 1,12 2.16 0,20 0.48


Operations Liaison 10 11 1 11.00 0.20 2.80 6.20 0.80 1.00
Plant Maintenance 753 770 17 764,03 117.86 556.54 0.10 4.53 85.00
Operations Planning and Administrative Support 322 344 22 34375 191.98 149.n 1.00 1.00
Americans WIth Disabilities Act 5 5 500 5.00
Escalator & Elevator 140 142 2 141,50 134.35 0.50 6,65
MctroAccess Services 5 5 5.00 5.00
Operation. 1.239 1,281 42 1,274.28 311.16 845.82 10.00 7.50 5.83 94.13

Chief Operating Officer • Bus 3 3 3.00 0.84 1.62 0.15 0.36


Bus Transportation 2.642 2,665 23 2.513.00 2.395.85 6.39 44.25 1.00 5.00
Bus Maintenance 904 914 10 905. SO 856.93 24,35 24.22
Bu. Service 3,549 3,582 33 3,421.&0 3,253.82 32.36 68.47 1.15 &.36

Chief Operating Officer. Rail 3 3 3.00 0.84 1,62 0.15 0.36


Rail Car Maintenance 874 902 28 895.00 870.50 3,00 6.SO 15.00
Ra~ Transportation 1,164 1.209 45 1.182.00 0,90 1,153.08 0.02 100 1.00 15,00 2.00
Rail Systems Maintenance 827 8SO 23 8SO.OO 48.27 761.18 0.05 6,50 34.00
Track and Structures 354 364 10 363.00 8.00 242.00 1,00 112.00
RallSorvlce 3,222 3,328 106 3,293.00 58.01 3,028.38 0.02 4.00 1.20 29.00 163.36

Chief Englncer 2 2 2.00 0.62 1.05 0.11 0.21


Rail Vehicle Engineering 34 34 34.00 0.20 21.08 0.04 3.95 8.73
Operation Support 36 21 ·15 20.00 1.50 17.70 0,10 0.70
Bus Vehicle Engineering 7 7 7.00 3.90 1.35 0.40 1.35
Environmental Set'Vlces 7 7 7.00 2.31 3,50 0.42 0.77
Reliability Engineering 36 36 36.00 3.52 30,81 0042 1.45
Systems Engineering 15 15 15.00 0.70 9.14 0.31 4.85
Chief Engineer 137 122 ·15 121.00 12.75 84.43 1.80 3.95 18.06

Oporatlons 8,141 8,313 1GB 8,109.18 3,635.54 3,990.79 10.02 72.41 11.65 38.76 280.91

Asst General Manager. CAPM 4 5 1 5.00 1.32 2,00 1,24 0.44


ConslnJction 114 120 6 120.00 1,27 110.37 2.00 6,36
Engineering and Architecture 106 102 -4 102.00 1.31 14.87 76,10 1.05 867
Administration· CAPM 23 34 11 34.00 0.15 5.56 21.06 2.15 5,06
tnfraslnJcture Renowal Program 52 53 1 53.00 0,50 144 51,06
Capital Projocts Management 299 314 15 314.00 2.18 24.22 210.21 5.20 71.59

ABst General Manager - WDOP 11 11 11.00 3.08 5.94 055 1.32


Human Resource Management & Planning 87 71 4 71.00 20.76 38.18 3.35 8.04
Labor Rolations 12 12 12,00 3.36 6.48 0.60 1.44
Civil RighlS 21 21 21.00 5.88 11.34 1.05 2,52
Organizational Development 17 21 4 21.00 8.08 11.18 1,09 2,48
Administrative Program Bnd Services 1 16 15 16.00 4.22 9.17 0,06 1.92 0.63
Workforce Development and Diversity Programs 129 152 23 182.00 43.38 82.29 0.08 8.86 16.43

Media Relations, Events & Employee Programs 10 10 10.00 3.83 6.14 0.02 0,01
AGM • Communication. 4 4 4.00 1.12 2.16 0.20 0048
SmarTrip Operations 40 40 34.00 15.67 12.36 0,03 0.52 0.05 2.27
Customer Service 84 84 84.00 43.45 38.50 2.05
Marketing 28 39 11 39.00 B.71 30.29
Project Communlcalions 13 13 13.00 3,26 8.40 1.34
Parking Lot Managemenl 0 6 6 6.00 5.60 0,40
Communications 179 196 17 190.00 16.04 103.45 2.10 0.73 0.05 4.49

Business Planning & Project DeVelopment 14 17 3 17,00 2.52 5,74 7.57 1.08
Information Technology and Services 112 111 ·1 111.00 31,08 59.94 5.55 13.32
AGM • Planning and Strategic Programs 6 7 1 7.00 ".96 3.78 0.35 0.84
Information Technology Renewal Program 18 18 18.00 0,45 0.52 0.01 1702
capital ProgrammIng and Oversight 15 16 1 16.00 3.92 7.56 2.70 Ula
Planning and Stratllglc Programs 165 169 4 169.00 39.93 n.54 16.18 33.94

Indirect Positions 8 8 4.00 4.00

Authority Total 10.056 10.294 238 10.077.28 4,040.09 5,089.88 12.23 72.47 29IU4 415.98 459.36

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Departmental Budgets

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
OFFICE BUDGETS

Operating & Capital Cost

WMATA's total budget is divided into two broad categories: operating and capital costs.
This document displays WMATA's approved operating budget (Metrorail, regional
Metrobus, non-regional Metrobus, and Metro Access Paratransit operations) by office,
showing the line item account structure. The total approved operating budget of $971.2
million includes $27.5 million in debt service which is not included in the office budgets
and is therefore excluded from this section, leaving a total departmental operating cost of
$943.7 million. The $91.9 million capital cost displayed in this section by office is only
the amount spent internally, not including contracting in the capital program. This section
is thus a subset oftotal capital cost that includes only eIP project management and
support. CIP contract costs are shown beginning on page 191. For this budget, the
operating costs are in expenditures while the capital costs are for obligations. Beginning
in FY06, both will be in expenditures.

Direct and Indirect Cost


Costs specifically traceable to the production of bus, rail or paratransit services are
budgeted directly in the columns titled Operating. Budgets for general and
administrative functions are allocated to the operating and capital budgets in accordance
with an FTA approved overhead cost allocation plan. Offices that provide general and
administrative indirect support services to both the operating and capital programs
display costs in both budgets.

A small number of office budgets are capital only, and include the direct cost of capital
project management.

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
COST DISTRIBUTION BY OFFICE· OPERATING AND INTERNAL CAPITAL
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2002 FY 2003 FY2004 FY 2005


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General Manager 710.2 807.9 858.3 817.5 -40.7


General Counsel 5.278.5 7,527.0 7,860.1 9,925.7 2.065.5
Metro Transit Pollee 35.727.4 37.928.4 41,392.7 42.550.9 1.158.2
Independent Offices $41,718.1 $46.263.3 $50,111.1 553,294.1 $3,183.0

Secretary. Chief of Staff 895.1 1,046.1 507.3 661.1 153.7


Audilor General 2,555.4 2.645.1 2.381.0 2.748.6 367.5
Property Development & Mgmt 6,185.1 6,136.9 6,311.8 3,071.7 -3,240.1
Procurement and Materiels 17,688.2 15.833.1 16,739.8 15.714.4 -25.4
Intergovernmental Relations 1.050.0 998.7 1,087.3 1.256.9 169.5
Board and Executive ManaQement Relations 0.0 15.0 385.4 502.4 117.0
Secretary and Chief of Siaft $28.371.9 526.674.9 $26412.7 $23.955.0 -$2457.7

AGM - System Safety and Risk Protection 3,053.2 1.406.2 792.1 803.5 -975.7
Passenger Vehicle Fire Life Sarety 0.0 1,073.2 1,135.3 1,397.5 262.3
Industrial Construction and Environmental Safety 0.0 933.0 1,508.7 1,668.7 160.0
Loss Control and Workers Compensation 16,867.3 5.431.5 5,723.2 8,129.6 3,193.4
Quality Enhencemenl and Analysis 1,858.0 1.833.6 1.614.2 1.415.6 -198.7
System Safety and Risk Protection $21,776.5 $10.477.6 $10.773.5 $13.214.8 52.441.3

Chief Finance Officer 471.5 3,906.5 9,147.9 9.058.4 -89.5


Accounting 5,012.9 5,228.8 5,506.7 5,348.8 -157.9
Financial Management 2,841.8 2,690.4 2,762.5 2,959.1 196.7
Treasurer 13.260.6 11,582.6 11,898.0 11.316.0 -580.0
Finance $21,586.9 523.408.3 $29313.0 528,682.3 -$630.7

Deputy General Manager - Operations 586.0 603.5 588.4 1,072.3 483.9


MetroAccess Services 0.0 33.440.1 39,125.1 50.645.7 11.520.6
Operations Liaison 674.5 9S8.9 1,340.6 1,193.2 -147.5
Plant Maintenance 52.939.9 58,772.2 61,619.4 64,453.1 2,633.8
Operations Planning and Administrative Suppa" 16.310.0 18,S86.2 22,333.3 22,794.8 461.4
Americans With Disabilities Act 26,083.7 600.3 549.3 604.7 55.4
Escalator & Elevetor 17,714.2 20,8se.9 19,803.6 20,064.4 280.8
Facilities Main!. 0.0 0.0 4,029.6 0.0 -4.029.6
Operations $114.308.2 $134,128.1 $149.389.2 5160.848.2 $11,459.0

Chief Operating Officer - Bus 620.9 432.4 368.6 407.4 38.7


Bus Transportation 163,666.4 173,849.7 177,081.2 193,833.1 16.751.9
Bus Maintenance n,232.5 80.755.0 102,061.0 106.274.6 4,213.6
Bus Service 5241.521.9 $255.037.1 $279 1510.8 $300,515.1 $21.004.2

Chief Operating Officer - Rail 388.2 432.5 499.4 488.9 -85.5


Rail Car Malntenence 62,696.9 68.240.5 73,704.5 82,001.3 8.371.7
Rail Transportation 89,339.5 94,437.5 95,571.0 107,095.7 11.524.8
Rail Systems Main~enance 65,6S9.5 69,644.8 75,837.4 82,095.9 6,258.5
Track. and Structures 24.124.3 27.749.4 27.710.5 30,887.9 3.157.4
Rail Service 5242.408.4 $260.504.7 $273.322.7 $302.549.7 $29,227.0

Chief Engineer 138.0 544.8 229.8 243.6 13.7


Rail Vehicle Engineering 5,135.8 5.890.0 5.358.2 3,988.2 -1,370.0
Reliability Engineering 0.0 0.0 0.0 2,794.6 2.794,6
Operation Support 46,566.6 50,724.6 55,607.5 59,137.0 3,529.5
Bus Vehicle Engineering 830.7 752.3 B01.5 908.9 107.4
Environmental Services 2,636.1 2,246.4 2,653.0 2,571.9 ·81.1
Systems Engineering 0.0 0.0 0.0 1.527.0 1.527,0
Chief Engineer $55,307.2 $60.158.2 $64.650.0 571.171.1 $6.621.1

Asst General Manager· CAPM 479.0 471.1 986.5 703.3 -283.2


ConstructIon 4.133.7 1,218.5 10,022.4 13,989.3 3,966.9
Engineering and Architecture 3,593.1 3.257.4 3,257.9 12,148.4 8,690.5
Systems 4.878.6 5,996.7 6,734.4 0.0 -6,734.4
Major Capital Projects 4,468.5 6,629.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Administration· CAPM 2,375.8 2,884.0 2,814.4 4,094,6 1,280.1
Infrastructure Renewal Program 1,666.1 1.978.5 2,724.1 5,519.9 2,795.8
Extensions 4,029.6 4.311.4 1.203.0 0.0 -1,203.0
Capital Projects MansRement $25622.4 526.726.7 527742.8 538455.4 $8712.6

Asst General Manager - WODP 0.0 1,362.8 1,726.3 1.370.3 ·356.0


Organizational Development 3,994.6 5,040.4 4,485.0 4.425.1 -59.9
Human Resource Managemen1 & Planning 6,706.0 6,198.3 6,586,4 6,340.1 -246.4
Civil Rights 32.3 1,501.8 2,153.1 2,098.6 -54.5
Labor Relations 2,848.9 1,391.3 1,952.7 2,183.2 230.5
Administrative Program and Services 5.337.1 4,305.9 0.0 1.895.2 1.895.2
Workforce Development and Diversity Programs $18.918.9 $19.800.4 $16.903.5 518.312.5 $1.409.0

AGM - Communications 664.4 886.9 862.7 e88.8 -175.9


Marketing 8.337.4 8.485.0 6,793.1 7.978.1 1,164.9
Media Relations, Events & Employee Programs 618.0 629.3 895.9 1,014.9 119.0
Replication and Digitizing Services -584.0 -192.7 -3.0 -1.399.8 -1.396.8
Customer Service 5.664.3 8,175.8 6,417.6 6,557.2 139.7
Project Communicallons 0.0 512.9 1,184.4 1,267,4 82.9
SmarTrip Operations 0.0 1,337.0 2,976.2 4,542.3 1,566.1
ParklnR Lot Management 0.0 0.0 0.0 3,306.7 3.306.7
Communications $14,698.1 $17.834.2 S19,126.9 $23,953.8 $4.828.8

AGM - Planning and Strategic Programs 213.4 475.4 634.3 1,733.7 1,099.4
Capilel Programming and Oversight 377.2 1,607.5 3,028.5 1,740.2 -1,288.3
Business Planning & Project Development 1.173.8 1,184.3 2,063.3 1,824.2 -239.1
InformatIon Technology and Services 18,586.5 15,681.8 17,083.8 15,975.9 -1,108.0
Information Technology Renewal Program 0.0 1,892.6 2.467.5 2.026.4 -441.1
Planning and StrategiC Programs $20.350.9 $20.841.7 $25.277.5 523.300.4 -51,977.1

TOTAL COST $846,587.3 $901.855.0 5972.533.8 $1,056.252.3 $83,718.5

18 Summary - Departmental Budgets


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITV
COST DISTRIBUTION BY OFFICE-OPERATING
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2002 FV2003 FV2004 FV 2005


Ali1W1I &wa1 &lImmld ~ C!lao.IHI
General Ma"ager 6n7 662.9 728.1 678.3 -49.8
General Counsel 4,867.9 8,273.1 6,687.1 8,492.4 2.360.9
Melro Transit Pollee 35,718.0 37.673.3 40.834.8 42.042.5 1.207.7
Independent Offices $41.057.6 $44.609.3 $48,250.0 $51,213.1 $3,518.8

Secretary - Chief of Staff 834.5 844.8 430.2 584.3 154.1


Auditor General 1,378.7 2,271.7 2,018.1 1,932.8 -85.3
Property Oevelopment & Mgml 5,714.4 5.795.8 5,693.5 2,560.3 -3,133.2
Procurement and Maleriels 14,790.0 13,421.6 12,782.5 12,277.3 -505.2
Intergovernmental Relatlons 905.0 931.0 1,018.4 1.053.1 34.7
Board and Execulive Managemenl Relations 0.0 12.6 326.7 437.8 111.1
Secretary and Chief of Stalf $23,622.5 $23,277.4 $22,269.4 $18,845.5 .$3 423.9

AGM - Syslem Safety and RiSk Protecllon 2,864.5 1.261.7 672.1 -290.1 -962,1
Passenger VehiCle Fire Life Salety 0.0 1.069.6 9622 1,184.4 222.2
Industrial Construcllon and Environmental Salety 0.0 828.5 1,257.1 1,329.2 72.1
loss Control and Workers Compensation 16,871.5 5.413.4 5,662.3 8,858.9 3.196.6
Quality Enhancement and AnatvsiS 1,844.1 1.632.5 1,551.8 1,325.1 -226.6
System Safety and Risk Protec1lon $21,580.1 $10.205.7 S10105.4 $12407.5 52302.1

Chief Finance Ortieer 311.9 3,539.1 8,813.7 8.709.3 -104.4


Accounting 3,968.8 4,321.8 4,672.7 4,343.8 -328.8
Financial Management 2,047.2 2,242.9 2,275.3 2,503.5 -327.5
Treasurer 12.853.6 10.099.1 11,078.8 10.700.2 -378.6
Flna"ce $19,181.6 $20,202.9 526,640.5 526,256.9 -$1,139.3

Deputy General Manager - Operations 578.3 496.8 498.9 964.5 465.6


MetroAccess Services 0.0 33,440.1 39,025.1 50,645.7 11,620.6
Operalions Uaison 274.1 337.1 663.5 345.1 -318.4
Plant Maln1enance 46,702.4 50,372.1 53,343.8 57,474.0 4,130.1
Operal/ons P1annlllO and Administrative Support 16,306.8 18,862.6 22.258.1 22,615.6 357.4
Americans With DlsabiUIies Act 26,083.7 600.3 549.3 604.7 55.4
Escalator & Elevator 17,473.0 20,197.6 19.080.3 19,337.0 256.7
FaclliUes Malnt. 0.0 0.0 3,715.9 0.0 -3,715.9
Operations $107,418.3 $124,306.5 5139,135.0 $151,986.6 $12,851.6

Chief Operating Officer - Bus 406.4 342.7 312.5 337.6 25.2


Bus Transportallon 158.844.1 167,660.8 173.450.4 190,725.3 17,274.9
Bus Maintenance 73,102.2 75,839.0 97,748.1 103,222.3 5,476.2
Bus Service $232,352.7 $243,842.4 $271,509.0 5294,285.3 522,776.3

Chief Operallng Officer - Rail 3882 356.6 423.5 323.6 -99.9


Rail car Maintenance 62..399.9 67.800.5 72.094.7 79,956.9 7,862.2
Rail TranspottaJlon 88,634.9 93,601.5 95.038.8 104,542.4 9,503.6
Rail Syslems Maintenance 61,110.6 63,994.8 70.518.6 75,035.3 4,516.7
Track and Structures 17,925.0 20.178.3 20.575.0 23004.7 2429.6
Rail Service $230,458.8 $245,931.7 $258,850.6 $282.862.8 $24,212.2

Chief Engineer 137.8 448.7 194.6 203.1 8.3


Rail Vehicle engineering 3,094.4 3,565.4 2,674.4 2,594.4 -80.0
Reliability Engineering 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.626.0 2.626.0
Operallon Support 46,452.5 50,640.5 54.841.6 58.395.6 3,554.1
Bus Vehicle Englneenng 690.5 499.3 645.1 697.6 52.5
Environmental Services 2,609.1 2.227.1 2.252.1 2,152.8 -99.3
SyStems Enalneerlna 0.0 0.0 0.0 997.1 997.1
Chief engineer $52,984.3 $57381.0 $60.607.9 $67666.6 $7,058.7

Asst General Manager· CAPM 16.5 465.5 412.4 447.0 34.6


COnstruction 317.1 -81.5 0.0 166.4 166.4
engineering and Architecture 662.9 798.3 987.2 1.848.9 861.7
Syslems 414.6 853.7 1.189.5 3.6 -1,185.9
Major capl1al Projects 266.9 524.1 0.0 0.0 0.0
Admlnlslralion • CAPM 181.9 222.7 319.5 709.2 389.7
Infrastructure Renewal Program 25.5 42.1 8.8 0.0 ·8.8
Extensions 142.8 171,8 0.0 0.0 0.0
capital Projects Management $2,028.3 $2,996.8 $2,917.4 $3,175.1 $257.7

Asst General Manager - WDDP 0.0 1,082.5 1,517.1 1,147.4 -369.8


Organizallonal Development 3.866.7 4,150,6 3.806.5 3,733.9 -72.7
Human Resource Management & Planning 6.356.9 5.148.5 5,586.1 5,244.4 -341.7
Civil Rights 27.6 1,246.7 1,826.1 1,744.4 -81.7
Labor Relallons 2.668.7 1,141.7 1,656.2 1,838.2 182.0
AdmlnislraUve Program and Services 5.256.9 3,623.3 0.0 1,650.5 1.650.5
Workforce Development and Diversity Programs $18,178.8 $16,391.4 $14.392.0 $15.358.7 $968.7

AGM - CommunlcaUons 645.1 729.7 732.4 566.6 -165.8


Marketing 8.282.6 8,248.1 8,751.8 7.965.1 1,213.2
Media Relations, Events & Employee Programs 616.0 629.3 895.1 1,014.0 119.0
Replication and Dlglllzlng 5ervice& -584.0 -192.7 -3.0 -1.399.8 '1,396.8
Customer Service 5.664.3 6,175.8 6,417.6 6.557.2 139.7
Project Communlcallons 0.0 512.9 975.5 1,142.3 166.8
SmarTrip OperaUons 0.0 1,020.2 2,512.2 3,967.0 1.454.8
Parking Lol Management 0.0 0.0 0.0 3,268.3 3.268.3
Communlcallons $14,624.2 $17.123.3 $18.281.5 523,080.8 $4.799.2

AGM - Planning and Stralegic Programs 213.4 392.2 568.1 1,540.3 972.2
Capital Programming and Oversight 337.1 1,479.3 1.063.7 1.293.5 229.8
Business Plan"lng & Project Development 1,173.8 914.9 1,521.1 931.3 -589.8
Information Technology and Services 18,522.3 13,103.9 14,602.8 13,3726 -1,230.2
Information Technology Renewal Program 0.0 85D.6 75.8 106.6 '30.8
Plannlnp and Strategic Programs 520246.7 $16,140.9 $17.831.5 $17,244.3 -$587.2

TOTAL COST 5763,731.5 5823,009.5 5890.790.2 $964.383.2 $73,593.0

Summary - Departmental Budgets 19


WASHINGTON METROPOUTAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. DISTRIBUTION BY MODE AIID OFFICE

IDOUoARS IN THOUSAIIDSI

Total Toullntwnal
_..;:B:;.::U!:::.-_---'R~a:;:;.il_......;.P=III='1t.:.::rl1.:.::ns~it Op.atlllg Reimb.Oper. Reimb. Cap. Collslruetion IRP C.phal Total Coat
General CoIXlSllI 3.663.9 <1.912.8 15.6 8.492... 602.7 830.6 1.433.3 9.925.7
General Manager 223.5 452.9 U 678.3 46.6 92.7 139.3 817.5
Mello Trilllsit Police 7.337.9 34,104.6 42,042.5 508.4 500.4 42.550.9
$11.225.3 139.970.4 $17.4 $51,213.1 $1.157.6 $923.4 $2,080.9 $53.294.1

Board and Executive Manallemenl Relations 140.6 296.4 0.8 437.8 19.0 45.6 64.6 502.4
AudItOr General 664.8 1.263.1 4.2 1,932.8 526.3 289.5 815.8 2.748.6
Secretlry - Chief of Sta'f 221.7 361.8 1.0 584.3 26.4 50.3 76.8 861.1
Pl'IlClIrement and Materiels 4.299.3 7.950.2 27.8 lUn.3 1,586.8 1,850.4 3.437.1 15.71U
Property oevelopment &Mllml 16.3 2.483.9 2,560.3 225.4 204.0 82.1 511.4 3.071.7
'nlelgOllemmentat ReLltiom 131.6 916.9 4.1 1.053.1 122.2 12.8 88.8 203.1 l.256.9

Secretary and Chief of Stall 15,534.4 $13,272.6 $38.5 518.845.5 52.506.0 5216.8 52,366.7 $5.109.5 $23.955.0

Industrial Cons1ructlon and ElNIronmeotal Safety 583.8 744.9 0.5 1,329.2 199.9 9.7 129.9 339.5 1.668.7
AGM - S)'$tllm SItely and Risk Protedlon -253.8 -37.5 1.0 -290,1 31.9 74.5 106.4 -183.7
QUIIIl)' Enhanalmem and AnBlysls 358.6 966.5 0.0 1.325.1 7.5 82.9 90.4 1.415.6
Passanger Vehide File Llo Safety 431.2 750.6 2.5 1.184.4 61.3 151.9 2132 1,397.8
Loss Control and WOrkelll Co mpens8lion 3.838.2 5.020.6 DO 8.858.9 567 11 57.8 8,916.7

System satelV and Risk Pl'llIeclion 54958.3 57.445.1 541 512.407.5 $357.3 $9.7 $440.3 $807.3 $13.214.8

Treasurer 2.389.8 8.3002 10.1 10,700.2 239.2 376.6 815.8 11,316.0


ACllO\.lnling 1,506.0 2.828.1 9.7 4.343.8 355.0 650.0 1.005.0 5.346.8
Financial Managemelll 962.6 1,547.1 .6.2 2.503.5 141.1 314.5 455.6 2.959.1
Chief Finance OlllCllf 2,405.4 6.303.1 0.9 8.709.3 562 292.9 349.1 9,058.4

Finance $7,263.8 $18.978.5 $14.6 $26.256.9 5791.6 51.633.9 52.425.5 528682.3

AlllMic:atIs With Disabil~ Act 21.2 5836 604.7 804.7


Deputy General Manager - Operalions 259.4 704.0 1.2 984.5 31.5 782 107.8 1,012.3
Plam MalntBnance 11.-499.5 45,950.3 25.2 57.474.0 97.0 265.9 6.598.2 6,979.1 6(.453.1
Operations Planning and Admillislrallve Support 12.332.3 10.283.3 22.615.6 82.8 96." 179.2 22,794.8
Operations Liaison 446 300.5 345.1 1369.4 88.0 90.6 948.0 1,193.1
MetroAcCllS$ Ser\lices 50,845.7 50.645.7 50.645.7
Escalalor & Ebva10r 42.4 19.294.8 19.337.0 66.4 681.0 147,4 20,084,4

Operallons $24,1n.1 570.553.9 $51.255.8 $151.966.6 5880.8 $440.3 $7.540.4 56.661.5 $160.&8.2

Bus Maintenance 99.110.7 4,ff1.6 103.222.3 2,5527 16U 335.3 3.052.4 106,274.6
clller Operating OfYIcer· Bus 117.0 219.9 08 337.6 19.9 49.8 69.7 407.4
Bus Transpertatlon 190.203.7 521.7 190.725.3 2,668.3 76.2 363.3 3.107.7 193,833.1

Bus Service 5289.431.4 $4.853.1 SO.8 5294.285.3 S522D.9 $260.5 $14Bot $6,229.8 $300.515.1

Rail Car Malnlenance 15.7 79.941.3 19,956.9 370&.7 445.4 1,299.2 2,119.3 82,076.3
Track and Structures 667.9 22,318.7 23,004.7 242.0 7.821.3 7,663.3 30,867.9
Rail Transportallon 74.7 104.466.0 1.6 104.542.4 1.120.7 128.3 1,119.1 185.3 2,553.4 107.095.7
clIior Opetll1lng OfYIcer - Rail 75.8 246.7 1.0 323.6 27.4 82.9 90.3 413,9
Rail S~lClms Malnlenance 5,744.5 69,264.9 26.1 75.035.3 419.7 826.6 6,014.2 7.060.6 82.095.9

RslIServlc:e $6,598.6 $278235.5 $28.7 $262.862.9 51495.4 $515.4 52.433.1 $15183.0 $19686.8 $302.549.7

BuS Vohiclo E/Vlneering 545.1 151.9 897.6 40.2 171.1 211.3 908.9
ChlBrEnolnller 73.0 129.8 0.3 203.1 12.5 27.9 40.5 243.8
EnwoMl/lntal Services 900.1 1.246.1 6.6 2,152.8 184.2 254.9 419.1 2.571.9
Systems Eralneerq 17.9 9192 997.1 32.2 497.7 529.9 1,527.0
Operation SUPPOR 5.559.0 52.799.2 37.4 58.395.8 12.4 427.1 301.9 741.4 59,137.0
Rail VeNdo Engineering 88.5 2,525.9 2.594,4 6.3 481.9 925.6 1,393.8 3.998.2
Re/labllly Engineering 342.9 2,283.0 0.1 2.826.0 342 134.4 168.5 2,794.8

Chief EnpinCllr $7.567.1 $60.055.1 54U $87866.9 $302.0 5BS8.9 52,313.5 S3.504.5 S71.171.1

InfTastnJc:ture Renewal Program 5,519.9 5.519.9 5,519.9


Administration. CAP.. 25.0 684.1 709.2 2.485.4 244.8 655.1 3,385.01 4,094.6
EngllllM!ring and Ardllleeture 182.1 1.6862 1,848.9 9.040.0 201.3 1,058.2 10,299.4 12,148.4
ElllensiOns 35.6 35.6 35.6
Systems 0.1 3.4 3.6 -17.6 -17.6 -14.1
Asst General Manager - CAPM 177.6 269.3 0.2 447.0 176.9 57.8 234.7 681.8
ConslrllCllcUl 18U 166.4 12,801.4 2802 741.2 13,622.9 13,989.3

Capital Projeds Ma!!!!lemenl S365.5 $2,809.4 $0,2 $3.175.1 524.521.7 $726.4 $8.032.2 $33,280.3 $36,455.4

CMlRfghls 614.6 1.125.9 40 1.744.4 105.4 248.11 354.2 2.0986


Humilll RellOurco Managemenl & Pl1nnlrlg 1,890.8 3.341.0 12.6 5244.01 350.1 745.8 1.095.7 6,340.1
Admlr1$tralive PlOUrarn and Scnrice5 397.5 1.234.1 190 1.650.5 161.1 83.6 244,7 1,895.2
OrganlZationlll Development U10.9 2,313.9 9.1 3.733.9 246.3 444.9 691.2 4.425.1
Asst General MiIlIager - WDDP 417.1 727.6 2.8 1,147.4 71.9 151.1 223.0 1,370.3
Labor Relations 676.1 U~8.0 4.0 1.838.2 11U 230.6 345.0 2,183.2

Workforco Dewlopmcnt and DiwllitY Programs 55.406.9 $9.900.4 $51.4 $15.358.7 S1,0492 $1.904.6 $2,953.7 $18,312Jj

Martellng 2.538.8 5.394.0 32.3 7.965.1 13.0 13.0 7.978.1


SrnatTrlp Operallons f.697.8 2.261.9 7.3 3.961.0 153.8 5.8 415.6 575.3 4,542.3
ProlOa Communk:a1lons 312.9 769.4 0.0 1.142.3 125.1 12!U 1261.4
CustDmor SeMCe 3.046.8 3,350.0 160.6 6,557.2 9.557.2
Media Relations. Ewnts & EmplO)'e8 Prograrm 411.0 6013 18 1,014.0 0.9 0.9 1.014,9
Parkllll Lo1 Management 3,268.3 3.268.3 38.4 38.4 3.306.7
Repllc8tlon and Digitizil'G SetVIOOS -1.399.8 -1.399.8 -1.399.8
AGM - Convnunle:atlDns 202.1 363.0 14 566.8 37.6 82.7 120.3 686.8

Communications $8.269.2 $14608.1 $2035 S23080.8 $192.3 $5.8 5614.9 $873.0 123,953.8

AGM - PImI'G and SIr81egic Progrllllls 1,009.5 528.6 22 1.540.3 56.5 136.8 193.3 1.733.7
Inrormatlon Tedmology and Servi:es 4.994.2 8.4<17.8 30.7 13.372.6 1.038.1 1.567.1 2,603.2 15.975.9
Busi'IeU Planning & Project Oowlopmenl 315.7 613.7 1.8 931.3 nu 116.0 892.9 1.824.2
Caplal Prograrnm,/V and OWllIigh1 -"8.6 8-42,0 2.9 1.293.5 254.7 192.0 446.8 1,740.2
Informaton Technology Renewal Program 49.5 51.1 1066 1.1 1.918.7 f.919.8 2,026.4

Planning and Strateoic Proorams $8,717.4 $10.489.4 537.5 $17.244.3 $2.125,4 $3.930.7 $6,056.1 523300.4

Tofl\tCOST 5377.515.0 5535.171.5 551.6967 59643llJ2 56.716.3 $34,719.7 $4.721.1 $45 m.9 $91,868.9 !h .056.252.3

20 Summary - Departmental Budgets


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FIVE YEAR COST COMPARISON
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET BY MODE - OPERATING AND INTERNAL CAPITAL
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2001 FY2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY2005 Change


.&1YiL ~ ~ ~ ~

Salarles(Total) $151,546.2 $164,976.1 $179,872.4 $180,775.8 $189,485.1 $8,709.3


Full-Time Salaries $137,627.7 $151,116.1 $165.231.6 $178,637.4 $189,508.2 $10,870.8
Temporary Salaries $4,713.6 $4,129.4 $4.392.5 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Part Time Salaries $213.9 $142.5 $204.0 $121.5 $122.6 $1.1
Salary Lapse $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 -$5,977.2 -$6,495.3 -$518.1
Overtime Salaries $8,990.9 $9.588.1 $10,044.3 $7,994.2 $6,349.7 -$1.644.5

Wages{Total) $343,495.7 $359.182.6 $381,442.1 $395,967.0 $410,117.6 $14.150.6


Operator Wages $166,200.1 $174,466.3 $181,619.9 $185,969.1 $194,807.0 $8,838.0
Full Time Wages $155,972.2 $167,633.0 $178,536.1 $199,074.6 $205,266.7 $6,192.1
Part Time Wages $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $200.7 $210.5 $9.8
Temporary Wages $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Wage Lapse $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 -$7,812.1 -$8,647.9 -$835.8
Overtime Wages $21.323.5 $17,083.3 $21,286.1 $18,534.7 $18,481.2 -$53.5

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $495,041.9 $524,158.7 $561,314.5 $576,742.8 $599,602.7 $22,859.9

Fringes{Total) $126,707.4 $135,882.1 $148.564.5 $158.058.6 $200,928.3 $42,869.7


Fringe Benefits $115.925.3 $127.140.9 $144,286.6 $154,011.9 $194,089.8 $40.077.7
Other Fringe Benefits $3,738.8 $3,951.7 $3.848.3 $3,246.7 $3,140.7 -$106.0
Workers Compensation $7.043.3 $4,789.6 $429.6 $800.0 $3,698.0 $2,898.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $621,749.2 $660,040.8 $709,879.0 $734,801.4 $800.531.0 $65,729.6

ServlcBs(Total) $53,997.9 $70,716.6 $77,772.9 $86,809.1 $98,819.4 $12,010.3


Management Fee $2.330.7 $3,379.0 $3,007.4 $2,763.0 $2,721.0 -$42.0
Professional & Technical $10,337.8 $13,057.3 $12,110.3 $11.569.9 $12,581.1 $1.011.2
Temporary Help $1.500.8 $1.272.6 $1.050.8 $1,260.8 $1,203.5 -$57.3
Contract Maintenance $12,460.7 $17,375.1 $18,919.4 $20,150.5 $20,310.0 $159.5
Custodial Services $22.8 $9.4 $32.3 $12.5 $12.5 $0.0
Paratransit $19,440.4 $25,274.8 $32,855.7 $38,312.5 $49,849.0 $11.538.5
Other $7,904.6 $10,348.4 $9,797.0 $12,740.0 $12,142.2 -$597.8

Ma1erlals & Supplies(Total) 562,926.9 $63,975.0 $59,787.7 $62,386.0 $65,837.4 $3,451.4


Fuel and Lubricants $1,752.6 $2,242.2 $2,272.1 $2,052.6 $2,622.3 $569.7
Tires $1,887.7 $2,292.7 $2,400.5 $2,483.5 $2.691.8 $208.3
Other $59,286.6 $59,440.2 $55,115.1 $57.849.9 $60.523.3 $2,673.4

Fuel & Propulsion(Total} $41,349.6 $37,461.6 $39,911.7 $45,659.1 $48,858.5 $3,199.4


Diesel Fuel $14,048.7 $10.770.5 $11,155.4 $13,437.0 $13,154.6 -$282.4
Propulsion Power $27,300.9 $26,691.0 $27,147.3 $30,138.4 $33,191.3 $3.052.9
Clean Natural Gas $0.0 $0.0 $1,609.0 $2.083.7 $2,512.6 $428.9

Utilitles(Total) $22,387.2 $20,429.6 $23,299.2 $23.659.3 $25,844.1 $2,184.8


Electricity and Gas $17,051.1 $15,405.0 $17,288.2 $17,679.8 $19,213.0 $1,533.2
Utilities - Other $5,316.1 55,024.6 $6,010.9 $5,979.5 $6,831.1 $651.6

Casualty & LiabUity(Total) $9.702.6 $5,557.2 $3,537.4 $7,910.3 $9,512.4 $1,602.1


Insurance $2,327.6 $2,212.5 $3,537.4 $7,910.3 $7,910.3 $0.0
Claims $7,375.1 $3,344.7 $0.0 $0.0 $1.602.1 $1,602.1

Leases(Total) $3,823.9 $4,459.6 $4,928.1 S6,291.6 $4,778.2 -$1.513.5


Property $1,511.1 $1,615.7 $1,309.9 $1,371.0 $1,657.1 $286.1
Vehicles $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Equipment $2,312.8 $2,843.9 $3,618.2 $4,920.6 $3,121.0 -S1,799.6

Mlscellaneous(Total} $6,148.6 $5,658.7 $5,293.1 $5,662.9 $5,102.7 -$560.2


Dues And Subscriptions $419.6 $397.1 $389.9 $525.9 $634.6 $108.7
Conferences and Meetings $248.8 $281.4 $363.2 $678.0 $589.9 -$88.1
Business Travel/Public Hrg $729.6 $848.9 $892.6 $666.6 $686.1 $19.5
Interview & Relocation $1.255.1 $887.5 $386.3 $872.5 $586.0 -$286.5
Tolls $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Advertising $2,074.9 $2,082.9 $2,507.8 $1.948.9 $1,800.9 -S148.0
Other $1,420.6 $1,160.8 $753.2 $970.8 $805.1 -$165.8

Relmbursements(Total) -$3,705.2 -$3,011.7 -$4,053.9 -$3,522.0 -$3.031.4 $490.6


Reimbursements -$3,705.2 -$3.011.7 -$4,053.9 -$3,522.0 -$3,031.4 $490.6

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $196,611.4 $205.246.5 $210,476.0 $234,856.3 $255,721.2 $20.885.0

TOTAL FIVE YEAR COST COMPARISON $818,360.6 $865,287.3 $920.355.0 $969,657.7 $1,056,252.3 $86,594.6

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Departments
By
Cost Center

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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Departments by Cost Center Index

Chief Executive Officer 26

General Counsel 27

Metro Transit Police 28

Secretary and Chief of Staff 29

Systems Safety and Risk Protection 36

Chief Financial Officer 42

Summary of Department of Operations (Overall) 47

Operations - Direct AGM Offices 48

Bus Operations 56

Rail Operations 60

Operations Engineering 66

Capital Projects Management 74

Workforce Development and Diversity Programs 80

Communications 87

Planning and Strategic Programs 96

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 25


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: General Manager
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $330.6 $273.6 $57.0


Full-Time Salaries 330.6 $273.6 $57.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $330.6 $273,6 $57.0

Fringes (Total) $230.2 $193.1 $37.1


Fringe Benefits 107.2 $88.6 $18.5
Other Fringe Benefits 123.0 $104.4 $18.6
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $560.8 $466.7 $94.1

Services (Total) $25.0 $21.2 $3.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 25.0 $21.2 $3.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $3.0 $2.5 $0.5


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 3.0 $2,5 $0,5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $228.7 $187.8 $40.9


Dues And SUbscriptions 98.7 $17.4 $21.3
Conferences and Meetings 102.0 $86,6 $15.4
Business TravellPublic Hrg 27.0 $22.9 $4.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 1.0 $0.9 $0.2

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NON PERSONNEL COST $256.7 $211.6 $45.1

TOTAL COST $817.5 $678.3 $139.3

26 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: General Counsel
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (TotaQ $4,536.6 53,658.8 $877.8


Full-Time Salaries 4,909.6 $3.960.3 5949.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries 78.0 $65.5 $12.5
Salary Lapse -456.0 -$371.3 -$84.7
Overtime Salaries 5.0 54.2 $0.8

. Wages (Total) $69.8 $57.8 $12.0


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 75.6 $62.5 $13.0
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -5.8 -$4.8 -$1.0
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 54,606.4 $3,716.5 $889.9

Fringes (Total) $1.493.9 $1,204.7 $289.2


Fringe Benefits 1,493.2 $1,204.2 $289.1
Other Fringe Benefits 0.7 $0.6 $0.1
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $6,100.3 $4,921.2 $1,179.0

Services (Total) $1.841.9 $1.645.1 $196.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 1.072.6 $904.0 $168.6
Temporary Help 57.0 $42.1 $15.0
Contract Maintenance 0.4 $0.3 $0.1
Custodial services
Paretranslt
Other 712.0 $698.8 $13.2

Materials & Supplies (Total) $178.1 $151.2 $26.9


Fuel and lubricants
Tires
Other 178.1 $151.2 $26.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities • Other

Casualty & liability (Total) 51.602.1 $1,602.1


Insurance
Claims 1,602.1 $1,602.1

Leases (Total) $74.6 $63.3 $11.3


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 74.6 $63.3 $11.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $128.7 $109.4 $19.3


Dues And Subscriptions 89.5 $76.1 $13.4
Conferences and Meetings 1.2 $1.0 $0.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 14.0 $11.9 $2.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 24.0 $20.4 $3.6

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $3,825.4 $3,571.1 5254.3

TOTAL COST $9.925.7 $8.492.4 $1.433.3

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 27


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Metro Transit Police
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) 530,746.8 $30,363.0 $383.7


Full-Time Salaries 27.601.6 $27,217.8 $383.7
Temporary salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries 3,145.2 $3,145.2

Wages (Total) $247.3 $247.3


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 212.8 $212.8
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse
Overtime Wages 34.6 $34.6

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 530,994.1 $30,610.4 $383.7

Fringes (Total) 510.185.3 $10,060.7 $124.7


Fringe Benefits 10,042.4 $9.917.8 $124.7
Other Fringe Benefits 1429 $142.9
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $41,179.4 $40.671.1 $508.4

Services (Total) $627.0 $627.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 24.5 $24.5
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 4.8 S4.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 597.7 S597.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $658.0 $658.0


Fuel and Lubricants 1.2 $1.2
TIres
Other 656.8 $656.8

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $53.0 $53.0


Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other 53.0 $53.0

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $0.5 $0.5


Property
Vehicles
EqUipment 0.5 $0.5

Miscellaneous (Total) $33.0 $33.0


Dues And Subscriptions 2.7 $2.7
Conferences and Meetings 11.0 $11.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 12.3 $12.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 7.0 $7.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $1,371.5 $1,371.5

TOTAL COST $42.550.9 $42,042.5 $508.4

28 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 Approved, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Secretary and Chief of Staff
DISPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $12,348.5 $9,378.2 $2,970.3


Full-Time Salaries 13,365.3 $10,122.2 $3,243.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time salaries 44.6 $44.6
Salary Lapse -1,159.3 -$872.0 -$287.3
Overtime Salaries 97.9 $83.4 $14.5

Wages (Total) 54,205.8 53.484.4 $721.4


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 4,347.9 $3,597.9 $750.0
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -332.6 -$275.2 -$57.4
Overtime Wages 190.5 $161.7 $28.8

TOTAL SALARIES ANO WAGES 516.554.3 $12,862.6 $3,691.7

Fringes (Total) $5,399.7 $4.196.7 $1,203.0


Fringe Benefits 5,375.3 $4,175.9 $1,199.3
Other Fringe Benefits 24.5 $20.8 53.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $21,954.0 $17,059.3 $4,894.7

Services (Total) 51,166.7 $1.052.2 $114.5


Management Fee
Professional &Technical 822.8 $784.4 $38.4
Temporary Help 49.7 $45.9 $3.7
Contract Maintenance 147.7 $98.3 $49.4
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 146.6 $123.6 $23.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $345.5 $298.8 $46.6


Fuel and Lubricants 0.5 $0.4 $0.1
Tires
Other 345.0 $298.4 $46.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $9.0 $9.0


Electricity and Gas 5.0 $5.0
Utilities· Other 4.0 $4.0

Casualty & Liability (Total) $4.0 $4.0


Insurance 4.0 $4.0
Claims

Leases (Total) $15.0 $14.2 SO.8


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 15.0 $14.2 $0,8

Miscellaneous (Total) $460.6 $420.9 $39.9


Dues And Subscriptions 210.1 $205.9 $4.2
Conferences and Meetings 45.3 $39.2 $6.1
Business Travel/Public Hrg 93.1 $65.7 $7.4
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 0.5 $0.5
Other 111.8 $89.7 $22.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST 52.001.0 $1.786.2 $214.8

TOTAL COST $23.955,0 $18.845.5 55,109.5

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 29


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: secretary and Chief of Staff (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $154.5 $127.9 $26.7


Full-Time Salaries 154.5 $127.9 $26.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages {TotaO
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $154.5 $127.9 526.7

Fringes (Total) $50. t $41.4 $8.7


Fringe Benefits 50.1 $41.4 $8.7
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $204.6 $169.3 $35.3

Services (Total) $281.5 $248.0 $33.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 276.0 $245.8 $30.2
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 5.4 $2.1 $3.3

Materials & Supplies (Total) $8.5 $5.1 $3.4


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 8.5 $5.1 $3.4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities {Total}
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $166.5 $161.9 $4.6


Dues And SUbscriptions 152.0 $150.8 $1.2
Conferences and Meetings 13.0 $10.0 $3.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.5 $1.1 $0.4
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST 5456.5 $415.0 $41.5

TOTAL COST $661.1 $584.3 576.8

30 Summary - Departlnents by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Auditor General
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2,045.6 $1,434.4 $611.2


Full-Time Salaries 2,260.4 $1.585.0 $675.4
Temporaty Salaries
Part Time Salaries
salary Lapse -214.7 -$150.6 -$64.2
Overtime Salaries

Wages (TotaQ
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,045.6 $1,434.4 $611.2

Fringes (Total) $663.3 $464.7 $198.6


Fringe Benefits 663.3 $464.7 $198.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2,709.0 $1,899.1 $809.8

Services (Total) $0.8 $0.7 SO.1


Management Fee
Professional &Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 0.8 $0.7 SO.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $13.2 $11.2 $2.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 13.2 $11.2 $2.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) 525.6 $21.7 $3.9


Dues And Subscriptions 4.0 $3.4 $0.6
Conferences and Meetings
Business TravellPublic Hrg 21.6 $18.3 53.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Tolal)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST 539,6 $33.6 $6.0

TOTAL COST $2.748.6 $1.932.8 $815.8

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 31


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Property Development & Mgmt
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2,009.4 $1,673.2 $336.2


Full-Time Salaries 2,093.1 $1,735.4 $357.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries 44.6 $44.6
Salary Lapse -128.3 -$106.8 -$21.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,009.4 $1,673.2 $336.2

Fringes (Total) $659.8 $550.6 $109.2


Fringe Benefits 659.8 $550.6 $109.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2,669.2 $2,223.8 $445.4

Services (Total) $298.7 $258.3 $40.4


Management Fee
Professional &Technical 195.0 $195.0
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 87.3 $47.0 $40.3
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 16.4 $16.3 $0.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $45.4 $41.4 $4.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 45.4 $41.4 $4.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $9.0 $9.0


Electricity and Gas 5.0 $5.0
Utilities - Other 4.0 $4.0

Casualty & Liability (Total) $4.0 $4.0


Insurance 4.0 $4.0
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $45.4 $36.6 $8.6


Dues And SUbscriptions 16.3 $15.5 $0.8
Conferences and Meetings 0.9 $0.9
Business Travel/Public Hrg 15.3 $15.0 $0.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 12.9 $5.4 $7.5

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $402.5 $336.5 $66.0

TOTAL COST $3,071.7 52,560.3 $511.4

32 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Procurement and Materials
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $7.215.8 $5.415.9 $1,799,9


Full-Time Salaries 7,867.3 55,894.5 $1,972.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -747.4 -$560.0 ·$187.4
Overtime Salaries 95.9 $81.4 $14.5

Wages (Total) $4.205.8 $3.484.4 5721.4


Operator Wages
Fun Time Wages 4.347.9 $3.597.9 $750.0
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse ·332.6 -$275.2 -$57.4
Overtime Wages 190.5 5161.7 $28.8

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $11,421.6 $8.900.3 $2.521.3

Fringes (Total) $3,727.3 $2,904.5 $822.8


Fringe Benefits 3,702.8 $2,883.7 $819.1
Other Fringe Benefits 24.5 $20.8 53.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $15.148.9 $11.804.8 $3.344.1

Services (Total) $202.3 $161.8 $40.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 54.3 $46.1 $8.2
Temporary Help 10.7 $6.9 $3.7
Contract Maintenance 60.4 $51.3 $9.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 76.9 $57.5 $19.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) 5247.0 $209.8 $37.3


Fuel and Lubricants 0.5 $0.4 $0.1
Tires
Other 246.5 $209.3 $37.2

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities • Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $5.0 $4.2 $0.8


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 5.0 $4.2 $0.8

Miscellaneous (Total) $111.2 596.7 $14.5


Dues And Subscriptions 25.7 524.1 $1.6
Conferences and Meetings 5.4 $4.6 $0.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 23.2 $19.7 $3.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
01her 56.9 $48.3 S8.6

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $565.5 $472.5 $93.1

TOTAL COST $15,714.4 $12.277.3 $3,437.1

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 33


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Intergovermental Relations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $676.8 $523.0 $153.8


Full·Time Salaries 717.8 $554.2 $163,6
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -43.1 -$33.3 -$9.8
Overtime Salaries 2.0 $2.0

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full TIme Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 5676.8 $523.0 $1538

Fringes (Total) $219.4 $169.4 $50.0


Fringe Benefits 219.4 $169.4 $50.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $896.2 $692.4 $203.7

Services (Total) $290.0 5290.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 257.5 5257.5
Temporary Help 4.0 $4.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 28.5 $28.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $17.6 $17.6


Fuel and lubricants
Tires
Other 17.6 517.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $10.0 $10.0


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 10.0 $10.0

Miscellaneous (Total) $43.1 $43.1


Dues And SUbscriptions 6.1 56.1
Conferences and Meetings 4.0 54.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 30.5 $30.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 0.5 SO.5
Other 2.0 $2.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $360.7 $360.7

TOTAL COST 51,256.9 $1.053.1 $203.7

34 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 Approved. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: The Office of Board and Executive Management Relations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $246.3 $203.8 $42.5


Full-Time Salaries 272.2 $225.2 $47.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -25.9 -21.4 -$4.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 5246.3 5203.8 $42.5

Fringes (Total) $79.9 $66.0 $13.8


Fringe Benefits 79.9 66.0 $13.8
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $326.2 $269.9 $56.3

Services (Tolal) $93.5 $93.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 40.0 40.0
Temporary Help 35.0 35.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 18.5 18.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $13.7 $13.7


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 13.7 13.7

Fuel & PropUlsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $69.0 $60.7 $8.3


Dues And SUbscriptions 6.0 6.0
Conferences and Meetings 22.0 19.7 $2.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.0 1.0
Interview & Relocalion
Tolls
Advertising
Other 40.0 34.0 $6.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

Unknown (Total)
Unknown

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $176.2 $167.9 $8.3

TOTAL COST $502.4 $437.8 S64.6

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 35


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: System Safety and Risk Protection
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $3,733.7 $3,180.2 $553.5


Full-Time Salaries 4.029.5 $3,431.8 $597.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -295.8 -$251.6 -$44.2
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total) $1,266.5 $1.266.5


Operator Wages
Full TIme Wages 1,371.4 $1,371.4
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -104.9 -$104.9
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $5.000.2 $4,446.7 $553.5

Fringes (Total) $5,330.4 $5,150.6 $179.8


Fringe Benefits 1,620.5 . $1,440.7 $179.8
Other Fringe Benefits 11.9 $11.9
Workers Compensation 3.698.0 $3,698.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $10.330.6 $9,597.3 $733.3

Services (Total) $2.324.5 52.304.3 528.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 2,256.4 $2,237.8 $10.6
Temporary Help 13.7 $13.0 $0.7
Contract Maintenance 54.4 $53.5 $0.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies {Total} $473.9 $432.7 $41.2


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 473.9 $432.7 $41.2

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $7.0 $4.8 $2.2


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 7.0 $4.8 $2.2

Miscellaneous (Total) $78.8 $68.3 $10.5


Dues And SUbscriptions 53.3 $45.4 $7.8
Conferences and Meetings 7.6 $6.5 $1.1
Business Travel/Public Hrg 18.0 $16.4 $1.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $2.884.2 $2,810.2 $74.1

TOTAL COST $13,214.8 $12,4075 $807.3

36 Sumlnary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: System Safety and Risk Protection (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $314.0 $259.8 $54.2


Full-Time Salaries 314.0 $259.8 $54.2
Temporary Salaries
Parl Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $314.0 $259.8 $54.2

Fringes (Total) $101.8 $84.2 $17.6


Fringe Benefits 101.8 $84.2 $17.6
Other Fringe Benerits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $415.7 $344.0 $71.8

Services (Total) $36.3 $31.6 $4.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 32.1 $29.0 $3.1
Temporary Help 0.7 $0.7
Contract Maintenance 3.5 $2.6 $0.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total) $82.2 $69.1 $13.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 82.2 $69.1 $13.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty &Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $5.7 $3.5 $2.2


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 5.7 $3.5 $2.2

Miscellaneous (Total) $63.5 $53.9 $9.6


Dues And Subscriptions 52.0 $44.2 $7.8
Conferences and Meetings 7.2 $6.1 $1.1
Business Travel/Public Hrg 4.3 $3.6 $0.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNElCOST $187.7 $158.2 $29.6

TOTAL COST $603.5 $502.1 $1014

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 37


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Passenger Vehicle Fire Life Safety
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $913.9 $756.3 $157.7


Full-TIme Salaries 1,021.2 $845.0 S176.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse ·107.2 -$88.7 -$18.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $913.9 $756.3 $157.7

Fringes (Total) $296.3 $245.0 $51.2


Fringe Benefits 296.3 $245.0 $51.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST 51,210.2 $1.001.3 $208.9

Services (Total) $95.6 $92.6 $3.0


Management Fee
Professional &Technical 33.5 $31.6 $1.9
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 62.1 $61.1 $1.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $88.0 $86.9 $1.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 88.0 $86.9 $1.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $0.3 $0.3


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 0.3 $0.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $3.4 $3.2 $0.2


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.4 $3.2 $0.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $187.4 $183.' $4.3

TOTAL COST $1,397.6 $1.184.4 $213.2

38 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Industrial Construction and Environmental Safety
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $928.0 $695.1 $232.9


Full-Time Salaries 997.8 $747.4 $250.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -69.8 -$52.3 -$17.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $928.0 $695.1 $232.9

Fringes (Total) $300.9 $225.2 $75.7


Fringe Benefits 300.9 $225.2 $75.7
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,228.8 $920.3 $308.6

Services (Total) $233.0 $229.3 $3.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 33.4 $31.6 $1.8
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 50.0 $50.0
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 149.6 $147.7 $1.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $203.1 $176.2 $27.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 203.1 $176.2 $27.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $0.3 $0.3


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 0.3 $0.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $3.4 $3.2 $0.2


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.4 $3.2 $0.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $439.9 $408.9 $30.9

TOTAL COST $1.668.7 $1.329.2 $339.5

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 39


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Loss Control and Workers Compensation
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $554.5 $512.4 $42.1


Full-Time Salaries 596.3 $551.0 $45.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -41.7 -$38.6 -$3.2
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total) $1.266.5 $1.266.5


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 1,371.4 $1.371.4
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse -104.9 -$104.9
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1.821.1 $1.778.9 $42.1

Fringes (Total) $4.292.9 $4,279.3 $13.7


Fringe Benefits 590.1 $576.4 $13.7
Other Fringe Benefits 4.9 $4.9
Workers Compensation 3.698.0 $3.698.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $6.114.0 $6.058.2 $55.8

Services (Total) $1,919.6 $1.912.7 $6.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 1,905.0 $1.898.1 $6.9
Temporary Help 13.0 $13.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Peratransit
Other 1.7 $1.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $90.6 $90.6


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 90.6 $90.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty &Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $0.3 $0.3


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 0.3 $0.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $5.1 $4.8 $0.2


Dues And Subscriptions 1.3 $1.3
Conferences and Meetings 0.4 $0.4
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.4 $3.2 $0.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $2,015.6 $2.008.5 $7.1

TOTAL COST $8.129.6 $8,066.7 $62.9

40 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Quality Enhancement and Analysis
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,023.2 5956.6 $66.6


Full-Time Salaries 1,100.3 $1,028.6 $71.6
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -77.0 -$72.0 -$5.0
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,023.2 $956.6 566.6

Fringes (Total) $338.6 $316.9 521.6


Fringe Benefits 331.6 $309.9 $21.6
Other Fringe Benefits 7.0 $7.0
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1.361.8 $1,273.6 $88.3

Services (Total) $40.0 $38.1 $1.9


Management Fee
Professlonal & Technical 33.1 $31.2 $1.9
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 0.9 $0.9
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 6.0 $6.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $10.0 $10.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 10.0 $10.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $0.3 $0.3


Property
Vehictes
Equipment 0.3 $0.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $3.4 $3.2 $0.2


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.4 $3.2 $0.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEl COST $53.7 $51.6 $2.2

TOTAL COST $1,415.6 $1,325.1 $90.4

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 41


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVEO. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Chief Financial Officer
OISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $7,592.3 $6,513.2 $t,079.1


Full-Time Salaries 8.190.6 $7,010.2 $1,180.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -669.9 -$566.1 -$103.9
Overtime Salaries 71.6 $69.0 $2.6

Wages (Total) $4,943.7 $4,736.0 $207.7


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 5,078.3 $4,860.8 $217.5
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -388.5 -$371.9 -$16.6
Overtime Wages 253.8 $247.0 $6.8

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $12,536.0 S1'.249,' $1,286.8

Fringes (Total) $4,084.7 $3,666.6 $418.1


Fringe Benefits 4,062.8 $3,644.7 $418.1
Other Fringe Benefits 21.9 $21.9
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $16,620.6 $14,915.8 $1,704,9

Services (Total) $2,629.8 $2.270.5 $359.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 529.1 $430.8 $98.3
Temporary Help 58.0 $50.0 $8.0
Contract Maintenance 19.2 $13.6 $5.6
Custodial Services
Paratransi1
Other 2,023.6 $1.776.1 $247.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $1.244.1 51,137.7 $106.4


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 1,244.1 $1.137.7 $106,4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities {Total}
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability {Total) $7.906.3 $7,679.2 $227.1


Insurance 7.906.3 $7.679.2 $227.1
Claims

Leases (Total) $48.0 $46.0 $2.0


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 48.0 $46.0 $2.0

MIscellaneous (Total) $233.5 $207.6 $25.8


Dues And Subscriptions 41.9 $34.5 $7.3
Conferences and Meetings 21.8 $17.6 $4.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 59.5 $50.1 S9.4
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 110.3 $105.5 $4.8

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $12.061.7 $11,341.1 $720.6

TOTAL COST $28.682.3 $26.256.9 $2,425.5

42 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center. Chief Financial Officer (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $620.3 $535.9 $84.4


Full-Time Salaries 620.3 $535.9 $84.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operatar Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $620.3 $535.9 $84.4

Fringes (Total) $201.1 $173.6 $27.4


Fringe Benefits 201.1 $173.6 $27.4
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $821,4 $709.6 $111.8

Services (Total) $280.1 $276,2 $3.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 275.9 $275.9
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 3.0 $3.0
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 1.2 $0.3 $0.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $16.0 $15.1 SO.8


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 16.0 $15.1 $0.8

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total) $7,906.3 $7.679.2 $227.1


Insurance 7,906.3 $7.679.2 $227.1
Claims

Leases (Total)
Properly
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $34.6 $29.2 $5.4


Dues And Subscriptions 2.6 $2.2 $0.3
Conferences and Meetings 3.8 $3.0 $0.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 27.5 $23.3 $4.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 0.8 $0.7 $0.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $8.237,0 $7.999.8 $237.2

TOTAL COST $9.058.4 $8.709.3 $349.1

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 43


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center. Accounting
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2,761.3 $2.227.5 $533.8


Full-Time Salaries 3,034.0 $2,446.7 $587.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -289.7 -$233.6 -$56.0
Overtime Salaries 17.0 $14.4 $2.6

Wages (Total) $1.058.3 $876.7 $181.6


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 1,097.2 $908.0 $189.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -83.9 -S69.5 -$14.5
Overtime Wages 45.0 $38.2 $6.8

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $3,819.6 $3,104.2 $715.4

Fringes (Total) S1,238.2 $1,005.8 S232.4


Fringe Benefits 1,238.2 51,005.8 $232.4
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $5,057.8 54.110.0 $947.8

Services (Total) $111.9 $81.8 $30.1


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 41.6 526.5 $15.0
Temporary Help 53.0 S45.0 $8.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 17.3 $10.2 57.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $132.7 $113.8 $18.9


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 132.7 $113.8 $18.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $46.5 $38.3 $8.2


Dues And Subscriptions 23.4 $19.4 $4.0
Conferences and Meetings 5.8 $4.6 $1.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 17.3 $14.2 $3.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $291.0 $233.8 $57.2

TOTAL COST $5,348.8 54,343.8 $1,005.0

44 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Financial Management
D1SPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,684.5 $1,428.9 $255.6


Full-Time Salaries 1,861.4 $1,578.9 $282.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -176.8 -$150.0 -S26.8
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,684.5 $1,428.9 $255.6

Fringes (Total) $546.0 $463.0 $83.0


Fringe Benefrts 546.0 $463.0 $83.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2,230.5 $1,891.9 S338.6

Services (Total) $325.7 $247.5 $78.2


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 158.3 $92.9 $65.3
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 167.4 $154.6 $12.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $370.0 $336.9 $33.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 370.0 $336.9 $33.1

Fuel &Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities {Total}
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $32.8 $27.1 $5.7


Dues And SUbscriptions 9.1 $7.4 $1.7
Conferences and Mee1ings 12.3 $10.0 $2.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 7.5 $6.4 $1.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 4.0 $3.4 $0.6

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $728.6 $611.6 $117.0

TOTAL COST $2.959.1 $2,503.5 $455.6

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 45


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Treasurer
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2,526.1 $2,320.8 5205.3


Full-Time Salaries 2,674.9 $2,448.6 $226.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -2n3.4 ·$182.4 -$21.n
Overtime Salaries 54.6 $54.6

Wages (Total) $3,885.4 $3,859.3 $26.1


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 3.981.1 53.952.9 S28.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse ·304.6 ·$302.4 -$2.2
Overtime Wages 208.8 $208.8

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $6.411.5 $6.180.0 $231.4

Fringes {Total} $2.n99.4 $2,024.2 $75.2


Fringe Benefits 2.077.5 $2.n02.3 $75.2
Other Fringe Benefits 21.9 521.9
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $8.510.9 $8.204.3 $306.6

Services (Total) $1,912.2 $1.665.0 $247.2


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 53.4 $35.4 $18.0
Temporary Help 5.0 $5.0
Contract Maintenance 16.2 $13.6 $2.6
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 1,837.7 $1,611.0 5226.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $725.4 $671.9 $53.5


Fuel and LUbricants
Tires
Other 725.4 $671.9 $53.5

Fuel &Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Uability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $48.0 $46.0 $2.0


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 48.0 $46.0 $2.0

Miscellaneous (Total) $119.5 5113.0 $6.5


Dues And Subscriptions 6.8 $5.5 $1.3
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 7.2 $6.1 $1.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 105.5 $101.4 $4.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NON PERSONNEL COST $2.605.1 $2,495.9 $309.2

TOTAL COST $11.316.0 $10.700.2 $615.8

46 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Summary of Operations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $75,241.4 $71,547.7 S3,693.7


Full-Time Salaries $74,504.8 $70,764.1 53,740.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -$1,681.0 -51,598.6 -$82.4
Overtime Salaries $2.417.6 52,382.2 $35.4

Wages (Total) $378,589.0 5373,799.6 $4,789.4


Operator Wages $192,117.9 $192,117.9
Full Time Wages $180,848.6 $176,513.3 $4.335.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -$7,141.4 -$6,897.2 -$244.2
Overtime Wages $12,763.9 $12,065.6 $698.3

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $453,830.4 5445,347.3 $8,483.1

Fringes (Total) $149,423.5 $146,687.6 $2,755.9


Fringe Benefits $147,048.4 $144,292.5 $2.755.9
Other Fringe Benefits $2,375.1 $2,375.1
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $603,254.0 $592,015.0 $11,239.0

Services (Total) $71.984.3 $71,526.6 $457.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical $1.686.0 $1,679.3 $6.7
Temporary Help $731.6 $731.6
Contract Maintenance $17,014.0 516,864.2 $149.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit $49,849.0 $49.849.0
Other 52,703.7 $2,402.4 $301.3

Materials & Supplies (Total) $58,072.3 $56,058.3 $14.0


Fuel and Lubricants $2,589.8 $2,589.8
Tires 52,369.2 $2,369.2
Other $53.113.3 $53,099.3 $14.0

Fuel &Propulsion (Total) $46.566.1 546,401.5 $164.6


. Diesel Fuel $12.862.2 $12,862.2
Propulsion Power $33,191.3 $33,026.7 $164.6
Clean Natural Gas $2,512.6 $2,512.6

Utilities (Total) $25,227.4 $24,750.3 $477.1


Electricity and Gas $19,142.8 $18,681.5 $461.3
Utilities - Other $6,084.6 $8,068.8 $15.8

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $1,799.6 $1.799.6


Property $1,335.7 $1,335.7
Vehicles
Equipment $463.9 $463.9

Miscellaneous (Total) $338.6 $325.0 $13.5


Dues And Subscriptions $21.5 $21.5
Conferences and Meetings $41.2 $40.4 $0.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg $98.7 $85.9 $12.8
Interview & Relocation $9.2 $9.2
Tolls
Advertising
Other $166.0 $168.0

Reimbursements (Total) -$750 -$75.0


Reimbursements -$75.0 -$75.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $205.913.3 $204,786.3 $1,127.0

TOTAL COST $809.167.3 $796,801.3 $12,366.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 47


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Operations - DGM Operations Support Offices
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Tolal Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) 520,623.9 $18,854.9 $1,769.0


Full-Time Salaries 20,618.6 $18,841.2 $1,777.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -621.0 -$577.3 -$43.8
Overtime Salaries 626.4 $591.0 $35.4

Wages (Total) $44.834.7 $40,045.3 $4.789.4


Operator Wages
FullTime Wages 43,960.4 $39.625.1 $4.335.3
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -2.183.8 -$1,939.6 -$244.2
Overtime Wages 3,058.1 $2,359.8 $698.3

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 565,458.6 $58,900.2 $6,558.4

Fringes (Total) $21,425.0 $19.294.4 $2,130.6


Fringe Benefits 21.214.3 $19.083.7 $2.130.6
Other Fringe Benefits 210.7 $210.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $86.883.6 $78.194.5 $8.689.1

Services (Total) $62,355.5 $62,195.6 $159.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 849.4 $842.7 $6.7
Temporary Help 728.1 $728.1
Contract Maintenance 10,416.5 $10,266.8 $149.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit 49,849.0 549.849.0
Other 512.5 $509.1 $3.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $9.553.3 $9,542.4 $10.9


Fuel and Lubricants 30.1 $30.1
Tires
Other 9,523.2 $9,512.3 $10.9

Fuel & PropUlsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
PropUlsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $1.581.1 $1.581.1


Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other 1.581.1 $1.581.1

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $371.5 $371.5


Property 250.0 $250.0
Vehicles
Equipment 121.5 $121.5

Miscellaneous (Total) $103.0 $101.3 $1.7


Dues And Subscripllons 7.4 $7.4
Conferences and Meetings 20.4 $19.7 $0.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 28.7 $27.8 $0.9
Interview & Relocation 3.2 $3.2
Tolls
Advertising
Other 43.3 $43.3

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $73.964.5 $73,792.1 $172.4

TOTAL COST $160.848.1 $151,986.6 $8,861.5

48 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Deputy General Manager-Operations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $421.2 $348.6 $72.5


Full-Time Salaries 416.2 $344.4 $71.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries 5.0 $4.2 $0.8

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $421.2 $348.6 $72.5

Fringes (Total) $136.5 $113.0 $23.6


Fringe Ben~tits 136.5 $113.0 $23.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $557.7 $461.6 $96.1

Services (Total) $488.6 5480.9 $7.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 44.2 $37.6 $6.7
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 444.3 $443.3 $1.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $15.0 $12.7 $2.3


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 15.0 $12.7 $2.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $11.0 $9.3 51.7


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings 5.0 $4.2 $0.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 6.0 $5.1 $0.9
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $514.6 $502.9 $11.6

TOTAL COST $1,072.3 $964.5 $107.8

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 49


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: METRO ACCESS
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating

Salaries (Total) $358.7 $358.7


Full-Time Salaries 358.7 $358.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $358.7 $358.7

Fringes (Total) $118.2 $116.2


Fringe Benefits 116.2 $116.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $474.9 $474.9

Services (Total) $49,912.6 $49,912.6


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 11.6 $11.6
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 19.5 $19.5
Custodial Services
Paratransit 49,849.0 $49,849.0
Other 32.5 $32.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $6.0 $6.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 6.0 56.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Uability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $250.0 $250.0


Property 250.0 $250.0
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $2.2 $2.2


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings 1.2 $1.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.0 $1.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $50.170.6 $50.170.8

TOTAL COST $50,645.7 $50,645.7

50 SUlnmary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Operations Liaison
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (TotaQ $873.5 $233.5 $640.1


Full-Time Salaries 891.4 $238.2 $653.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary lapse -17.8 -$4.8 -$13.1
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $873.5 $233.5 $640.1

Fringes (Total) $283.6 $75.6 $207.9


Fringe Benefits 283.6 $75.6 $207.9
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,157.2 $309.2 $848.0

Services (Total) $8,5 $8.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 8.5 $8.5
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total) $7.3 $7.3


Fuel and LUbricants
Tires
Other 7.3 $7.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $20.1 $20.1


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings 4.9 $4.9
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.1 $2.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 13.0 $13.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $35.9 $35.9

TOTAL COST $1,193.2 $345.2 $848.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 51


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Plant Maintenance
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $6,908.6 $6,495.9 $412.7


Full·Time Salaries 6,908.6 $6,496.3 $412.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -273.8 -$257.3 -$16.5
Overtime Salaries 273.8 $256.9 $16.9

Wages (Total) $31.592.1 $26,858.4 $4,733.8


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 30,725.3 $26,427.0 $4,298.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse ·1.704.8 -$1,462.0 -$242.9
Overtime Wages 2.571.7 $1,893.4 $678.3

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $38,500.7 $33,354.3 $5,146.4

Fringes (Total) $12,630.3 $10,958.4 $1,671.9


Fringe Benefits 12.478.7 $10,806.8 $1,671.9
Other Fringe Benefits 151.6 $151.6
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $51.1311 $44,312.7 $6.818.4

Services (Total) $5,800.3 $5,648.1 $152.2


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 716.1 $716.1
Contract Maintenance 4,956.1 $4,806.4 $149.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 128.1 $125.7 $2.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $5,789.7 $5.781.1 $8.6


Fuel and Lubricants 30.1 $30.1
Tires
Other 5,759.6 $5,751.0 $8.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $1,581.1 $1.581.1


Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other 1,581.1 $1,581.1

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $121.5 $121.5


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 121.5 $121.5

Miscellaneous (Total) $29.4 $29.4


Dues And Subscriptions 2.2 $2.2
Conferences and Meetings 2.6 52.6
Business Travel/Public Hrg 5.3 $5.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 19.3 $19.3

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $13,322.1 $13,161.3 $160.8

TOTAL COST 564,453.1 $57,474.0 $6,979.1

52 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Operations Planning and Administrative Support
DISPLAyeO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Tolal Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $8,721.8 $8,586.5 $135.3


FUll-Time Salaries B,883.9 $8,744.5 $139.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -266.5 ·$262.3 -$4.2
Overtime Salaries 104.4 $104.4

Wages (Total) $7.813.2 $7,813.2


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 7,908.3 $7,908.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse ·288.7 -$288.7
Overtime Wages 193.5 $193.5

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $16,534.9 $16,399.7 $135.3

Fringes (Total) $5,364.7 $5,320.8 $43.9


Fringe Benefits 5,357.4 $5.313.5 $43.9
Other Fringe Benefits 7.3 $7.3
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $21,899.7 $21,720.5 $179.2

Services (Total) $614.9 $614.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 511.0 $511.0
Temporary Help 2.0 $2.0
Contract Maintenance 28.7 $28.7
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 73.1 $73.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $278.7 $278.7


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 278.7 $278.7

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casually & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $1.6 $1.6


Dues And Subscriptions 1.6 $1.6
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $895.1 $895.1

TOTAL COST $22,794.8 $22,615.6 $179.2

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 53


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Americans With Disabilities Act
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating

Salaries (Total) S324.2 324.2


Full-Time Salaries 330.8 330.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -6.6 ·6.6
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $324.2 324.2

Fringes (Total) $105.0 105.0


Fringe Benefits 105.0 105.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $429.2 429.2

Services (Total) $148.3 148.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 93.5 93.5
Temporary Help 10.0 10.0
Contract Maintenance 21.3 21.3
Custodial Services
Paratranslt
Other 23.5 23.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $13.1 13.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 13.1 13.1

Fuel &Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $14.2 14.2


Dues And Subscriptions 0.6 0.6
Conferences and Meetings 6.7 6.7
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.0 1.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 6.0 6.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $175.5 175.5

TOTAL COST $604.7 604.7

54 Summary - Departlnents by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
fiSCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Escalator and Elevator Maintenance
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $3,016.0 $2,507.5 $508.5


Full-Time Salaries 2,829.1 52,328.3 $500.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -56.3 -$46.3 -$10.0
Overtime Salaries 243.2 $225.5 $17.7

Wages (Total) $5,429.4 $5.373.7 $55.7


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 5.326.8 $5.289.8 $37.0
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -190.3 -$189.0 -$1.4
Overtime Wages 292.9 $272.9 $20.0

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $8,445.4 $7,881.2 $564.1

Fringes (Total) $2,788.6 $2,605.3 $183.3


Fringe Benefits 2,736.8 $2,553.5 $183.3
Other Fringe Benefits 51.8 $51.8
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $11,233.9 $10,486.6 $747.4

Services (Total) $5,382.4 $5,382.4


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 5.382.4 $5,382.4
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total) $3.443.6 $3,443.6


Fuel and LUbricants
Tires
Other 3,443.6 $3,443.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Uability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $24.4 $24.4


Dues And Subscriptions 3.1 $3.1
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 13.3 $13.3
Interview & Relocation 3.2 $3.2
Tolls
Advertising
Other 5.0 $5.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $8.850.4 $8.850.4

TOTAL COST $20,084.4 $19,337.0 5747.4

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 55


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUnON
Cost Center: Bus Operations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $15,884.2 $15,536.7 $226.5 $121.1


Full·Time Salaries 15,892.1 515,538.5 231.1 $122.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -309.8 -$303.7 -4.6 -$1.5
Overtime Salaries 301.8 $301.8

Wages (Total) $180,094.8 $176,409.8 $3,049.7 $635.3


Operator Wages 130.758.3 $128,844.5 1,655.7 $258.1
Full Time Wages 46,303.0 $45,080.2 1,222.8
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -1,687.5 ·$1.642.9 -44.6
Overtime Wages 4,721.0 $4,128.0 215.8 $377.2

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $195,979.0 $191,946.5 $3,276.2 $756.3

Fringes (Total) $64,536.8 $63,406.5 $884.6 $245.7


Fringe Benefits 63,320.9 $62.190.7 884.6 $245.7
Other Fringe Benefits 1,215.9 $1.215.9
Worl<.ers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $260,515.8 $255,353.0 $4,160.7 51.002.0

Services (Total) $1.578.4 $1,574.7 $3.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 60.8 $57.1 $3.7
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 1,402.1 $1.402.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 115.5 $115.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) 524,718.9 $23,950.9 $767.8 $0.2


Fuel and Lubricants 2,355.6 $2,355.6
Tires 2,691.8 $2,369.2 322.6
Other 19,671.5 $19,226.1 445.1 $0.2

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) 513,154.6 $12,862.2 $292.4


Diesel Fuel 13,154.6 $12,862.2 292.4
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $491.0 $4881 $2.9


Property 446.0 $443.1 $2.9
Vehicles
Equipment 45.0 $45.0

Miscellaneous (Total) $131.4 $131.3 $0.0


Cues And Subscriptions 9.1 $9.1 $0.0
Conferences and Meetings 10.0 $10.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.1 $2.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 110.2 $110.2

Reimbursements (Total) -$75.0 ·$75.0


Reimbursements ·75.0 -$75.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $39.999.3 $38,932.2 $1,060.2 $6.9

TOTAL COST $300,515.1 $294,285.3 $5,220.9 $1,008.9

56 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Chief Operating Officer-Bus
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $287.6 $238.0 $49.6


Full·Time Salaries 287.6 $238.0 $49.6
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $287.6 $238.0 $49.6

Fringes (Total) $93.2 $77.1 $16.1


Fringe Benefits 93.2 $77.1 $16.1
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $380.9 $315.1 $65.7

Services (Total) $24.8 $21.1 $3.7


Mansgement Fee
Professional & Technical 24.8 $21.1 $3.7
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total) $1.5 $1.2 $0.2


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 1.5 $1,2 $0.2

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases '(Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $0.2 $0.2 $0.0


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.2 $0.2 50.0
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $26.5 $22.5 $4.0

TOTAL COST $407.4 $337.6 $69.7

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 57


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Bus Transportation
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $10,029.3 $9,763.6 $194.3 $71.5


FUll-Time Salaries 10,087.5 $9,816.3 198.2 $72.9
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -199.4 -$194.0 -4.0 -$1.5
Overtime Salaries 141.3 $141.3

Wages (Total) $134,767.0 $132,637.4 $1,871.5 $258.1


Operator Wages 130,758.3 $128,844.5 1,655.7 $258.1
Full Time Wages 3.849.4 $3,849.4
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -137.9 -$137.9
Overtime Wages 297.3 $81.5 215.8

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $144.796.3 $142,401.0 $2,065.8 $329.5

Fringes (Total) $47,807.9 547,143.1 $557.8 $107.1


Fringe Benefits 46,802.7 $46,137.9 557.8 $107.1
Other Fringe Benefits 1.005.2 $1.005.2
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $192,604.2 $189.544.1 $2,623.6 $436.6

Services (Total) $125.7 $125.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 16.0 $16.0
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 27.5 $27.5
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 82.2 $82.2

Materials & Supplies (Total) $620.5 $575.8 $44.7


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 620.5 $575.8 44.7

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $465.1 $462.3 $2.9


Property 420.1 $417.3 $2.9
Vehicles
Equipment 45.0 $45.0

Miscellaneous (Total) 517.5 $17.5


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.9 $0.9
Conferences and Meetings 10.0 $10.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 0.5 $0.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 6.1 S6.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $1,228.8 $1,181.3 $44.7 $2.9

TOTAL COST $193.833.1 $190,725.3 $2,668.3 $439.5

58 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Bus Maintenance
DISPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $5,567.2 $5.535.1 $32.2


Full-TIme Salaries 5.517.0 $5.484.2 32.8
Temporary Salaries
Part TIme Salaries
Salary lapse -110.3 -$109.7 -0.7
Overtime Salaries 160.6 $160.6

Wages (Total) $45.327.8 $43.772.4 $1.178.2 $377.2


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 42,453.6 $41,230.8 1,222.8
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -1,549.6 -$1.504.9 -44.6
Overtime Wages 4,423.7 S4,046.5 $377.2

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $50,695.0 $49.307.5 $1,210.4 $377.2

Fringes (Total) $16,635.6 $16,186.3 $326.8 $122.5


Fringe Benefits 16,425.0 $15,975.6 326.8 $122,5
Other Fringe Benefits 210.7 $210.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $67,530.7 $65.493.8 $1,537.2 $499.7

Services (Total) $1,427.9 $1,427.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 20.0 $20.0
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 1,374.6 $1,374.6
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 33.3 $33.3

Materials & Supplies (Total) $24.097.0 $23.373.9 $723.1


Fuel and lubricants 2,355.6 $2,355.6
Tires 2,691.8 $2,369.2 322.6
Other 19.049.5 $18.649.1 400.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) $13.154.6 $12,862.2 $292.4


Diesel Fuel 13.154.6 $12,862.2 292.4
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

leases (Total) $25.6 $25.8


Property 258 $25.8
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $113.7 $113.7


Dues And Subscriptions 8.0 $8.0
Conferences and Meetings
Business TravellPublic Hrg 1.6 $1.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 104.1 $104.1

Reimbursements (Total) -$75.0 -$75.0


Reimbursements -75.0 -$75.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNElCOST $38.744.0 $37.728,5 $1,015.5

TOTAL COST $106.274.6 $103,222.3 $2.552.7 $499.7

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 5.9


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Rail Service
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $32.524.4 $30,537.6 $1,986.8


Full-Time Salaries 31,397.6 $29.633.8 $1,763.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -619.8 -$585.6 -$34.2
Overtime Salaries 1,746.6 $1,489.4 $257.2

Wages (Total) $169,436.8 $157,022.0 $1,040.9 $11.373.9


Operator Wages 64.048.8 $63,273.5 69.9 5705.4
Full Time Wages 99,286.6 $91,475.6 164.5 $7,646.5
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -3,587.7 -$3,302.6 -6.0 -$279.1
Overtime Wages 9.689.2 $5,575.6 812.5 $3,301.1

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $201.961.2 5187,559.6 $1.040.9 $13.360.7

Fringes (Total) $66,346.8 $61,717.6 5281.0 $4,348.2


Fringe Benefits 65,390.9 $60.769.3 281.0 $4.340.5
Other Fringe Benefits 955.9 $948.2 $7.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $268,308.0 $249,277.2 $1.322.0 517,708.9

Services (Total) $5,363.9 $5,362.4 $1.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 3.5 $3.5
Contract Maintenance 5,158.4 $5,158.4
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 202.0 $200.5 $1.5

Materials & Supplies (Tolal) $24.845.1 $24,375.6 $173.4 $296.1


Fuel and Lubricants 204.1 $204.1
Tires
Other 24,641.0 $24,171.5 173.4 $296.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $3,012.6 $2,843.2 $169.5


Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other 3.012.6 $2.843.2 $169.5

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $939.9 $939.9


Property 642.6 $642.6
Vehicles
Equipment 297.4 $297.4

Miscellaneous (Total) $80.1 $64.6 $15.5


Dues And Subscriptions 4.9 $4.9
Conferences and Meetings 26.0 S10.8 $15.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 28.8 $28.4 $0.3
Interview & Relocation 6.0 $6.0
Tolls
Advertising
Other 14.5 $'4.5

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $34,241.7 $33,585.6 $173.4 $482.6

TOTAL COST $302,549.7 $282.862.8 $1,495.4 $18,191.5

60 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Chief Operating Officer-Rail
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $313.3 $259.3 $54.0


Fun·Time Salaries 313.3 $259.3 $54.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $313.3 $259.3 $54.0

Fringes (Total) $101.6 $84.0 $17.6


Fringe Benefits 101.6 $84.0 $17.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $414.9 $343.3 $71.6

Services (Total) $35.0 $33.5 $1.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contrad Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 35.0 $33.5 $1.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $11.0 $9.3 $1.7


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 11.0 $9.3 $1.7

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $28.0 $12.5 $15.5


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings 26.0 $10.8 $15.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.0 $1.7 $0.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $74.0 $55.3 $18.7

TOTAL COST $488.9 $398.6 $90.3

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 61


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Rail Car Maintenance
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Intemal Capital

Salaries (Total) $6,128.8 6,081.5 $47.3


Full-Time Salaries 6,029.9 5,981.6 $48.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
salary Lapse ·120.6 -119.6 -$1.0
Overtime Salaries 219.5 219.5

Wages (Total) $43.190.4 41,890.3 $158.5 $1,141.6


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 42,579.3 41,265.9 164.5 $1,148.9
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -1,543.2 -1,495.3 -6.0 -$41.9
Overtime Wages 2,154.3 2.119.6 $34.7

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $49,319.2 47,971.8 $158.5 $1.188.9

Fringes (Total) 516,238.9 15,809.9 $42.8 $386.3


Fringe Benefits 15,971.9 15,542.9 42.8 $386.3
Other Fringe Benefits 267.0 267.0
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $65,558.1 63,781.6 $201.3 $1.575.2

Services (Total) $1,424.3 1,424.3


Management Fee
Professional &Technical
Temporary Help 3.5 3.5
Contract Maintenance 1.372.1 1.372.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 48.7 48.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $14.986.1 14.643.3 $173.4 $169.4


Fuel and Lubricants 196.3 196.3
Tires
Other 14,789.8 14,447.0 173.4 $169.4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $32.7 32.7


Dues And Subscriptions 2.9 2.9
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 19.8 19.8
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 10.1 10.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $16,443.2 16,100.3 $173.4 $169.4

TOTAL COST $82,001.3 79,882.0 $374.7 $1,744.6

62 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Rail Transportation
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Reimbursable Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $12,472.3 $12,251.1 $221.1


Full-Time Salaries 11,856.2 $11,650.9 $205.2
Temporary Salaries
Part TIme Salaries
Salary Lapse -237.1 -$233.0 -$4.1
Overtime Salaries 853.2 $833.2 $20.0

Wages (Total) $67,962.7 $66,220.0 $882.4 $860.3


Operator Wages 64,048.8 $63,273.5 69.9 $705.4
Full Time Wages 3.049.5 $2,8B8.7 5160.8
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -111.3 -5105.4 -$5.9
Overtime Wages 975.7 $163.2 812.5

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $80,434.9 $78,471.1 $882.4 $1,081.4

Fringes (Total) $26,388.2 525.798.6 $238.3 $351.3


Fringe Benefits 26.014.2 $25,424.6 238.3 $351.3
Other Fringe Benefits 374.0 $374.0
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $106,823.1 $104,269.7 $1,120.7 $1.432.7

Services (Total) $103.3 $103.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 1.8 $1.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 101.5 $101.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $166.9 $166.9


Fuel and lubricants
Tires
Other 166,9 $166.9

Fuel & PropUlsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) 52.4 $2.4


Dues And Subscriptions 0.4 $0.4
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.0 $2.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $272.6 $272.6

TOTAL COST $107,095.7 $104.542.4 $1,120.7 $1,432.7

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 63


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Rail Systems Maintenance
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $8,518.8 $8.319.8 $199.0


Full.Time Salaries 8,354.1 $8,159.0 $195.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse ·165.2 -$161.3 -$3.9
Overtime Salaries 329.9 $322.1 $7.8

Wages (Total) $44,208.8 $39,300.8 $4,90B.0


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 39,812.8 S37,783.5 $2,029.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -1,428.4 -$1,354.3 -$74.1
Overtime Wages 5,824.4 $2,871.6 $2.952.7

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $52.727.6 $47.620.6 $5,107.0

Fringes (Total) $17.347.3 $15.688.2 $1,659.1


Fringe Benefits 17,088.2 $15,429.1 $1,659.1
Other Fringe Benefits 259.1 $259.1
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $70.074.9 $63.308.8 $6,766.1

Services (Total) $2,410.3 $2,410.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 2,339.3 $2.339.3
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 71.0 $71.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $5,879.5 55,754.5 $125.0


Fuel and Lubricants 7.8 $7.8
TIres
Other 5,871.7 $5.746.7 $125.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $3,012.6 $2.843.2 $169.5


Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other 3.012.6 $2,843.2 $169.5

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $709.1 $709.1


Property 642.6 $642.6
Vehicles
EqUipment 66.5 $66.5

Miscellaneous (Total) $9.4 $9.4


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 5.0 $5.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 4.4 $4.4

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $12.020.9 $11.726.5 $294.5

TOTAL COST $82.095.9 $75.035.3 $7,060.6

64 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Track and Structures
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Intemal Capital

Salaries (Total) $5,091.2 $3,625.9 $1,465.3


Full-Time Salaries 4,844.1 $3,583.0 $1,261.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -96.9 -$71.7 -$25.2
Overtime Salaries 343.9 $114.6 5229.3

Wages (Total) $14,075.0 $9.610.9 54,464.1


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 13,845.0 $9,537.4 $4,307.6
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -504.8 -$347.6 -$157.2
Overtime Wages 734.8 $421.1 $313.7

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $19,166.2 $13,236.8 55,929.3

Fringes (Total) $6,270.8 $4.336.8 $1,933.9


Fringe Benefits 6,215.0 $4,288.7 $1,926.3
Other Fringe Benefits 55.8 $48.1 S7.7
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $25,436.9 $17,573.7 $7,863.3

Services (Total) $1,390.9 $1,390.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporal)' Help
Contract Maintenance 1,370.1 51,370.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 20.8 $20.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $3,801.6 $3,801.6


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 3.801.6 $3,801.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $230.8 $230.8


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 230.8 $230.8

Miscellaneous (Total) $7.6 $7.6


Dues And Subscriptions 1.6 $1.6
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation 6.0 $6.0
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $5,431.0 $5,431.0

TOTAL COST $30,867.9 $23.004.7 $7,863.3

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 65


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Chief Engineer
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $8.543.2 $6.618.5 $1,924.7


Full-Time Salaries 8.713.9 $6.750.5 $1.963.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -170.7 -$132.0 -$38.7
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total) $322.5 $322.5


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 332.3 $332.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -12.1 -$12.1
Overtime Wages 2.3 $2.3

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $8,865.7 $6,941.0 $1,924.7

Fringes (Total) $2,874.5 $2,249.2 5625.3


Fringe Benefits 2,874.2 $2,248.9 $625.3
Other Fringe Benefits 0.3 $0.3
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $11,740.2 $9.190.2 $2.549.9

Services (Total) $2.691.7 $2.393.9 $297.8


Management Fee
Professional &Technical 779.5 $779.5
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 37.0 $37.0
Custodial Services
Paratranslt
Other 1,875.2 $1,577.4 $297.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $192.5 $189.4 $3.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 192.5 $189.4 $3.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) $35,703.9 $35,539.3 S164.6


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power 33,191.3 $33,026.7 $164.6
Clean Natural Gas 2,512.6 $2,512.6

Utilities (Total) 520,803.1 $20,326.0 $477.1


Electricity and Gas 19,142.8 $18.681.5 $461.3
Utilities - Other 1.660.3 $1,644.5 $15.8

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $39.7 $27.8 511.9


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.2 $0.2
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 39.5 $27.6 $11.9
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $59,430.9 $58,476.4 $954.5

TOTAL COST $71.171.1 $67.666.6 $3.504.5

66 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Chief Engineer (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $179.6 $149.7 $29.9


Full-Time Salaries 179.6 $149.7 $29.9
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $179.6 $149.7 $29.9

Fringes (Total) $58.2 $48.5 $9.7


Fringe Benefits 58.2 $48.5 $9.7
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST 5237.8 $198.2 $39.6

Services (Total)
Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
COntract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total) $2.0 $1.7 $0.3


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 2.0 $1.7 $0.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) ,
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casually & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $3.8 $3.2 $0.6


Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.8 $3.2 $0.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $5.8 $4.9 $0.9

TOTAL COST $243.6 $203.1 $40.5

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 67


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Rail Vehicle Engineering
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2.727.5 $1.664.0 $1,043.5


Full-Time Salaries 2.783.2 $1.718.4 $1,064.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -55.7 -$34.4 -$21.3
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,727.5 $1,684.0 $1.043.5

Fringes (Total) $684.6 $545.6 $339.0


Fringe Benefits 884.6 $545.6 $339.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST 53,612.1 $2,229.6 $1.382.5

Services (Total) $292.3 $292.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 240.8 $240.8
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 37.0 $37.0
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 14.5 S14.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $47.9 $47.9


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 47.9 $47.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $35.9 $24.6 $11.3


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.2 $0.2
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 35.7 $24.4 $11.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONN EL COST $376.1 $364.8 $11.3

TOTAL COST $3.988.2 $2,594.4 $1.393.8

68 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Reliability Engineering
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,790.4 $1,663.2 $127.2


Full-Time Salaries 1,826.9 $1,697.1 $129.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -36.5 -$33.9 -$2.6
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total) $320.2 $320,2


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 332.3 $332.3
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -12.1 -$12.1
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,110.6 $1,983.4 $127.2

Fringes (Total) $683.9 $642.6 $41.3


Fringe Benefits 683.9 $642.6 $41.3
Other Fringe Benefits
Wor1<ers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2.794.6 $2,626.0 $168.5

Services (Total)
Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total)


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liabflity (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST

TOTAL COST $2.794.6 $2,626.0 $168.5

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 69


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Operations Support
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Intemal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,597.9 $1,522.7 $75.2


Full-Time Salaries 1,630.6 $1,553.8 $76.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -32.6 -$31.1 -$1.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total) $2.3 $2.3


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages 2.3 $2.3

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,600.2 $1,525.0 $75.2

Fringes (Total) $518.8 $494.4 $24.4


Fringe Benefits 518.5 $494.1 $24.4
Other Fringe Benefits 0.3 $0.3
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2.119.1 $2,019.4 $99.6

Services (Total) $398.9 $398.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 396.4 $396.4
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 2.5 $2.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $112.0 $112.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 112.0 $112.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) $35,703.9 $35,539.3 $164.6


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power 33,191.3 $33,026.7 $164.6
Clean Natural Gas 2.512.6 $2,512.6

Utilities (Total) $20,803.1 $20,326.0 $477.1


Electricity and Gas 19,142.8 $18,681.5 $461.3
Utilities· Other 1.660.3 $1,644.5 $15.8

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business TravellPublic Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $57.017.9 $56,376.2 $641.7

TOTAL COST $59.137.0 $58.395.6 $741.4

70 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
fiSCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Bus Vehicle Engineering
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $561.6 $402.1 $159.5


Full-Time Salaries 573.1 $410.3 $162.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse ·11.5 -$8.2 -$3.3
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $561.6 $402.1 $159.5

Fringes (Total) $182.1 $130.3 $51.8


Fringe Benefits 182.1 $130.3 $51.8
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $743.7 $532.4 $211.3

Services (Total) $148.4 $148.4


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 142.4 $142.4
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 6.0 $6.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $16.8 $16.8


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 16.8 $16.8

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $165.2 $165.2

TOTAL COST $908.9 $697.6 $211.3

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 71


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Environmental Services
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Intemal Capital

Salaries (Total) $533.1 $443.7 $89.4


Full-Time Salaries 544.0 $452.8 $91.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -10.9 -$9.1 -$1.8
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $533.1 $443.7 $894

Fringes (Total) $172.8 $143.8 $29.0


Fringe Benefits 172.8 $143.8 $29.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $705.9 $587.5 $118.4

Services (Total) $1.852.2 $1.554.4 $297.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 1,852.2 $1,554.4 $297.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $13.8 $10.9 $2.8


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 13.8 $10.9 $2.8

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $1,866.0 $1,565.3 $300.7

TOTAL COST $2,571.9 $2,152.8 $419.1

72 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Systems Engineering
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,153.1 $753.1 $400.0


Full-Time Salaries 1,176.6 $768.5 $408.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -23.5 -$15.4 -$8.2
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,153.1 $753.1 $400.0

Fringes (Total) $373.9 $244.0 $129.9


Fringe Benefits 373.9 $244.0 $129.9
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1.527.0 S997.1 $529.9

Services (Total)
Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratranslt
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total)


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST

TOTAL COST $1,527.0 $997.1 $529.9

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 73


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center. Capital Projects Management
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $26.291.7 $2,341.6 $23.950.0


Full·Time Salaries $26,291.7 $2,341.6 $23,950.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $26.291.7 $2,341.6 $23.950.0

Fringes (Total) $8,539.3 $758.7 $7.780.6


Fringe Benefits $8.539.3 $758.7 $7,780.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $34.831.0 $3,100.3 $31.730.7

Services (Total) $697.5 $35.6 $661.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical $50.4 $4.2 $46.2
Temporary Help $44.7 $5.9 $38.8
Contract Maintenance $121.1 $6.1 $114.9
Custodial Services $12.5 $0.6 $11.9
Paratransit
Other $468.9 $18.8 $450.1

Materials & Supplies (Total) $625.1 $24.9 $600.1


Fuel and lubricants $30.7 $30.7
Tires
Other $594.3 $24.9 $569.4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities • Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

leases (Total) $0.1 $0.1


Property $0.1 $0.1
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $301.6 $14.1 $287.5


Dues And Subscriptions $34.7 $0.4 $34.3
Conferences and Meetings $33.9 $3.6 $30.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg $182.3 $8.9 $173.4
Interview & Relocation $4.6 $4.6
Tolls
Advertising
Other $46.0 $1.2 $44.8

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $1,624.2 $74.6 $1.549.6

TOTAL COST $36,455.4 $3,174.9 $33,280.5

74 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Capital Projects Management (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $464.3 $294.7 $169.6


FUll-Time Salaries $464.3 $294.7 $169.6
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $464.3 $294.7 $169.6

Fringes (Total) $150.6 $95.5 $55.1


Fringe Benefits $150.6 $95.5 $55.1
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $614.8 $390.2 $224.6

Services (Total) $51.6 $25.6 $26.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help $5.0 $4.2 $0.8
Contract Maintenance $4.0 $3.4 $0.6
Custodial Services
Paratranslt
Other $42.6 $18.0 $24.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) S23.6 $20.1 $3.6


Fuel and LUbricants
Tires
Other $23:6 $20.1 $3.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities • Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $13,1 $11.1 $2.0


Dues And Subscriptions $0.4 $0.4 $0.1
Conferences and Meetings $4.0 $3.4 $0.6
Business TravellPubllc Hrg $8.2 $7.0 $1.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other $0.5 SO.4 $0.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $88.4 $56.8 $31.6

TOTAL COST 5703.3 $447.0 $256.2

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 7S


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Construction
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (TotaQ $9,935.8 $125.7 $9,810.1


FulI·Tlme Salaries $9,935.8 $125.7 $9,810.1
Temporary Salaries
Part TIme Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 59,935.8 $125.7 $9,810.1

Fringes (Total) $3.227.7 $40.7 53,187.0


Fringe Benefits $3,227.7 $40.7 $3,187.0
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $13,163.6 $166.4 512,997.1

Services (Total) $379.0 S2.0 $377.0


Management Fee $0.4 $0.4
Professional & Technical 520.9 $0.8 $20.1
Temporary Help $24.1 SO.3 $23.8
Contract Maintenance $46.8 $46.8
Custodial services $2.8 $2.8
Paratransit
Other 5283.9 $0.5 $283.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $293.6 $293.6


Fuel and Lubricants $25.1 525.1
Tires
Other $268.5 $268.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $156.9 $1.7 $155.2


Dues And SUbscriptions $11.6 $11.6
Conferences and Meetings $9.4 SO.2 $9.2
Business TraveVPublic Hrg $97.8 50.7 $97.1
Interview & Relocation $2.6 $2.6
Tolls
Advertising
Other $35.6 $0.8 534.8

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST S811.7 $3.6 $808.1

TOTAL COST $13,989.3 $166.4 $13,822.9

76 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Engineering and Architecture
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $8,663.3 $1.385.6 $7,477.7


Full-Time Salaries 58,863.3 $1,385.6 $7.477.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $8,863.3 51,385.6 57,4n.7

Fringes (Total) $2,878.2 $448.9 $2,429.3


Fringe Benefits $2.878.2 $448.9 $2,429.3
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $11,741.5 $1,834.5 $9,907.0

Services (Total) 5131.2 $8.2 $123.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical $30.3 $3.9 $26.4
Temporary Help $9.4 $0.9 $8.5
Contract Maintenance $15.4 $2.5 $12.9
Custodial Services 53.3 50.6 $2.7
Paratransit
Other $72.9 $0.4 $72.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $204.5 $4.9 $199.6


Fuel and Lubricants $5.0 $5.0
Tires
Other $199.5 $4.9 $194.6

Fuel & Propulsion (To1al)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $71.1 51.3 $69.8


Dues And Subscriptions 513.4 $13.4
Conferences and Meetings $8.1 58.1
Business Travel/Public Hrg $40.4 $1.3 $39.1
Interview & Relocation 52.4 $2.4
Tolls
Advertising
Other $6.9 $6.9

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $406.8 $14.4 $392.4

TOTAL COST $12.148.4 $1,848.9 $10,299.4

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 77


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Capital Programs Administration
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $2,958.6 $535.6 $2,423.0


Full-Time Salaries 2,958.6 $535.6 $2,423.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,958.6 $535.6 $2,423.0

Fringes (Total) $960.7 $173.5 $787.2


Fringe Benefits 960.7 $173.5 $787.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $3,919.3 5709.2 $3.210.1

Services (Total) S86.9 $86.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 53.5 $53.5
Custodial Services 6.4 $6.4
Paratranslt
Other 27.0 $27.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $79.2 $79.2


Fuel and LUbricants
TIres
Other 79.2 $79.2

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $9.1 $9.1


Dues And Subscriptions 2.9 $2.9
Conferences and Meetings 2.7 $2.7
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.0 $1.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 2.5 $2.5

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNElCOST $175.3 $175.3

TOTAL COST $4,094.6 $709.2 $3,385.4

78 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Infrastructure Renewal Program
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $4,069.7 $4,069.7


Full-Time Salaries 4,069.7 $4,069.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $4,069.7 $4,069.7

Fringes (Total) $1,322.1 $1,322.1


Fringe Benefits 1,322.1 $1,322.1
Other Fringe Benefits
Worl<ers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $5,391.8 $5,391.8

Services (Total) $67.0 $67.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 4.0 $4.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 63.0 $63.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $17.5 $17.5


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 17.5 $17.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $43.5 $43.5


Dues And Subscriptions 6.0 $6.0
Conferences and Meetings 10.0 $10.0
Business TravellPublic Hrg 27.5 $27.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $128.1 $128.1

TOTAL COST $5,519.9 $5,519.9

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 79


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center. Workforce Development and Diversity Programs
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $7,468.5 $6,139.6 $1,328.8


Full-Time Salaries 8,125.5 $6,679.0 $1,446.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -698.6 -$575.4 -$123.2
Overtime Salaries 41.6 S36.0 $5.5

Wages (Total) $394.0 $356.7 $37.3


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 400.8 $361.8 $38.9
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -30.7 -$27.7 -$3.0
Overtime Wages 23.9 $22.5 $1.4

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $7.862.5 $6,496.3 $1,366.2

Fringes (Total) $2,976.9 $2,468.9 $508.0


Fringe Benefits 2,548.6 $2.104.8 $443.8
Other Fringe Benefits 428.3 $364.1 $64.1
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $10,839.4 $8,965.2 $1,874.2

SeNiees (Total) $4,557.4 $3.908.4 5648.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 4,000.9 $3,425.8 $575.1
Temporary Help 156.4 $138.1 $18.3
Contract Maintenance 41.0 $34.9 $6.0
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 359.0 S309.5 $49.5

Materials & Supplies (Total) $982.3 $835.7 $146.6


Fuel and lubricants
Tires
Other 982.3 $835.7 $146.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $320.0 $298.5 $21.5


Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other 320.0 $298.5 $21.5

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $333.5 5283.2 $50.3


Property 318.5 $270.4 $48.1
Vehicles
Equipment 15.0 $12.7 $2.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $1,279.4 $1,067.4 $212.1


Dues And Subscriptions 47.6 $40.4 $7.3
Conferences and Meetings 243.9 $207.2 $36.7
Business Travel/Public Hrg 93.9 $78.2 $15.7
Interview & Relocation 572.3 $443.4 $128.9
Tolls
Advertising
Other 321.7 $298.2 $23.5

Reimbursements (Total) $0.5 $0.4 $0.1


Reimbursements 0.5 $0.4 $0.1

TOTAL NONPERSONNElCO$T $7,473.1 $6,393.5 $1.079.6

TOTAL COST $18,312.5 $15.358.7 $2.953.7

80 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Workforce Development and Diversity Programs (Direct Office)
D1SPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $635.1 $525.6 $109.5


Full-Time Salaries 633.1 $523.9 $109.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries 2.0 $1.7 $0.3

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $635.1 $525.6 $109.5

Fringes (Total) $205.9 $170.3 $35.6


Fringe Benefits 205.9 $170.3 $35.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $841.0 $695.9 $145.1

Services (Total) $274.5 $235.7 $38.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 230.0 $197.3 $32.7
Temporary Help 30.0 $25.9 $4.1
Contract Maintenance 2.0 $1.7 $0.3
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 12.5 $10.8 $1.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $32.5 $27.3 $5.2


Fuel and Lubricants
TIres
Other 32.5 $27.3 $52

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $222.3 $188.5 $33.9


Dues And Subscriptions 1.0 $O.B $0.1
Conferences and Meetings 201.0 $170.7 $30.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 1.9 $1.5 $0.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 185 $15,4 $3.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $529.3 $451.5 $77.9

TOTAL COST $1.370.3 $1.147.4 5223.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 81


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Organizational Development
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) 51,107.0 $916.1 $190.8


Full-Time Salaries 1.218.7 51,008.5 $210.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -115.8 -$95.8 -$20.0
Overtime Salaries 4.0 $3.4 $0.6

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,107.0 $916.1 $190.8

Fringes (Total) $783.8 $657.7 $126.1


Fringe Benefits 358.8 $296.8 $62.0
Other Fringe Benefits 425.0 $360.9 $64.1
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST S1,890.8 $1.573.8 $317.0

Services (Total) $2,016.1 $1.720.4 $295.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 1,890.1 $1,613.1 $2n.0
Temporary Help 12.0 $10.2 $1.8
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 114.0 $97.1 $16.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $458.2 $388.7 $69.5


Fuel and lubricants
Tires
Other 458.2 $388.7 $69.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Uability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $60.0 $50.9 $9.1


Dues And SUbscriptions 2.9 $2.5 $0.4
Conferences and Meetings 3.0 $2.5 $0.5
Business Travel/Public Hrg 54.1 $45.9 $8.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $2,534.3 $2,160.0 $374.2

TOTAL COST $4,425.1 $3.733.9 $691.2

82 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Human Resource Management & Planning
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $3.192.0 $2,641.6 5550.3


Full·Time Salaries 3,512.9 $2.906.9 $606.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -333.7 -$276.2 -$57.6
Overtime Salaries 12.8 510.9 $1.9

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $3.192.0 $2,641.6 $550.3

Fringes (Total) 51,034.7 $855.9 $178.8


Fringe Benefits 1,034.7 $855.9 $178.8
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $4,226.6 $3,497.5 $729.1

Services (Total) $947.1 $804.2 $143.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 853.9 $725.0 $128.9
Temporary Help 17.5 $14.9 $2.6
Contract Maintenance 18.7 $15.8 $2.8
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 57.1 $48.5 $8.6

Materials & Supplies (Total) $246.7 $204.5 $42.3


Fuel and lubricants
TIres
Other 246.7 $204.5 $42.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casually & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $318.5 $270.4 548.1


Property 318.5 $270.4 $48.1
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) 5601.1 $467.9 $133.2


Dues And Subscriptions 18.3 $15.5 $2.8
Conferences and Meetings 6.2 $5.2 $0.9
Business Travel/Public Hrg 4.4 $3.7 $0.7
Interview & Relocation 572.3 $443.4 $128.9
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $2,113.4 $1,746.9 $366.5

TOTAL COST $6,340.1 $5.244.4 $1,095.7

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 83


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Office of Civil Rights
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,312.8 $1,086.4 $226.3


Full·Time Salaries 1,443.9 $1,194.9 $249.1
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse ·137.2 -$113.5 -$23.7
Overtime Salaries 6.0 $5.1 $0.9

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 51,312.8 $1,086.4 $226.3

Fringes (Total) $425.5 $352.0 $73.5


Fringe Benefits 425.5 $352.0 $73.5
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,738.3 $1,438.4 $299.6

Services (Total) $233.5 $199.6 $33.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 124,2 $107.7 $16.5
Temporary Help 19.6 $16.5 $3.0
Contract Maintenance 9.3 $7.3 $2.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 80.4 $68.1' $12.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $82.7 $70.0 $12.7


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 82.7 $70.0 $12.7

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

casualty & Uabillty (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $15.0 $12.7 $2.3


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 15.0 $12.7 $2.3

Miscellaneous (Total) $29.1 $23.7 $5.4


Dues And Subscriptions 3.5 $3.0 $0.5
Conferences and Meetings 10.8 $9.1 $1.6
Business Travel/Public Hrg 14.8 $11.6 $3.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $360.3 $306.0 $54.3

TOTAL COST $2,098.6 $1.744.4 $354.2

84 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Labor Relations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internat Capital

Salaries (Total) $858.8 $710.8 $148.0


Full.Time Salaries 940.1 $777.9 $162.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -89.3 -$73.9 -$15.4
Overtime Salaries 8.0 $6.8 $1.2

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $858.8 5710.8 $148.0

Fringes (Total) $278.4 5230.3 548.1


Fringe Benefits 278.4 $230.3 $48.1
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1.137.2 $941.1 $196.0

Services (Total) $924.3 $795.6 $128.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 866.0 $746.2 $119.8
Temporary Help 15.3 $12.8 $2.6
Contract Maintenance 1.0 $0.8 $0.2
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 42.0 535.6 $6.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $64.5 $54.1 $10.3


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 64.5 $54.1 $10.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $56.7 547.0 $9.7


Dues And Subscriptions 21.5 $18.1 $3.4
Conferences and Meetings 20.0 $16.8 $3.2
Business Travel/Public Hrg 14.7 $11.6 $3.1
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 0.5 $0.4 $0.1

Reimbursements (Total) 50.5 $0.4 $0.1


Reimbursements 0.5 $0.4 $0.1

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $1,046.0 $897.0 $149.0

TOTAL COST $2.183.2 $1,838.2 $345.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 85


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Administrative Program and Services
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Intemal Capital

Salaries (Total) $362.8 $259.0 $103.9


Full-Time Salaries 376.6 $266.8 $109.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -22.6 -$16.0 -$6.6
Overtime Salaries 8.8 $8.2 SO.6

Wages (Total) $394.0 ~356.7 $37.3


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 400.8 $361.8 $38.9
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -30.7 -$27.7 -$3.0
Overtime Wages 23.9 S22.5 $1.4

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $756.9 $615.7 $141.2

Fringes (Total) $248.6 $202.7 $45.9


Fringe Benefits 245.3 $199.5 $45.9
Other Fringe Benefits 3.3 $3.3
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,005.4 $818.4 $187.1

Services (Total) $161.8 $153.1 $8.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 36.8 $36.5 $0.3
Temporary Help 62.0 $57.8 $4.2
Contract Maintenance 10.0 $9.3 $0.7
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 53.0 $49.4 $3.6

Materials & Supplies (Total) $97.7 $91.1 $6.6


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 97.7 $91.1 $6.6

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $320.0 $298.5 $21.5


Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other 320.0 $298.5 $21.5

Casualty & liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $310.3 $289.4 $20.8


Dues And SUbscriptions 0,5 $0.5 $0.0
Conferences and Meetings 3.0 52.8 $0.2
Business Travel/Public Hrll 4.1 $3.8 $0.3
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 302.7 $282.3 $20.3

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST 5889.8 $832.2 $57.6

TOTAL COST $1.895.2 $1.650.5 5244.7

86 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Communications
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $6,727.3 $6.276.2 $451.1


Full-Time Salaries 6.885.5 $6,409.9 $475.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -390.4 -$365.8 -$24.6
Overtime Salaries 232.1 $232.1

Wages (Total) $3,665.5 $3,665.5


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 3,288.3 $3,288.3
Part Time Wages 210.5 $210.5
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -267.7 -$267.7
Overtime Wages 434.4 $434.4

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $10,392.8 $9,941.7 $451.1

Fringes (Total) $3,364.0 $3,217.5 $146.5


Fringe Benefits 3,359.2 $3,212.7 $146.5
Other Fringe Benefits 4.8 $4.8
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $13,756.8 513,159.2 $597.6

Services (Total) $8,656.1 $8,413.7 $242.4


Management Fee 2,721.0 $2,721.0
Professlonal & Technical 510.5 $510.5
Temporary Help 41.6 $40.9 $0.7
Contract Maintenance 311.9 $311.9
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 5,071.1 $4,829.4 $241.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $1.109.3 $1,079.4 $29.9


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 1,109.3 $1,079.4 $29.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $65.2 $65.2


Electricity and Gas 65.2 $65.2
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $1,440.1 $1,440.1


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 1.440.1 $1,440.1
..,
Miscellaneous (Total) $1,883.1 $1,880.0 $3.1
Dues And Subscriptions 17.0 $16.3 $0.8
-'. Conferences and Meetings 25.7 $23.9 $1.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 29.0 $28.4 $0.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 1,800.4 $1,800.4
Other 11.0 $11.0

Reimbursements (Total) -$2,956.9 -$2.956.9


Reimbursements -2,956.9 -$2,956.9

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $10,197.0 $9,921.6 $275.4

TOTAL COST $23.953.8 $23.080.8 $873.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 87


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Communications (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) S379.5 $314.0 $65.5


Full-Time Salaries 379.5 $314.0 $65.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part TIme Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $379.5 $314.0 $65.5

Fringes (Total) $123.0 $101.7 $21.3


Fringe Benefits 123.0 $101.7 $21.3
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $502.5 $415.7 $86.7

Services (Total) $92.8 $79.3 $13.6


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 2.8 $2.1 SO.7
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 90.0 S77.2 $12.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $80.5 $63.7 $16.9


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 80.5 $63.7 $16.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $11.0 $7.9 $3.1


Dues And Subscriptions 3.0 $2.2 $0.8
Conferences and Meetings 5.0 $3.2 $1.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.0 $2.4 $0.6
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $184.4 $150.8 $33.6

TOTAL COST $686.8 $566.6 $120.3

88 Sumlnary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Marketing
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,836.9 $1,836.9


Full·Time Salaries 1,939.9 $1,939.9
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse ·116.4 -$116.4
Overtime Salaries 13.4 $13.4

Wages (Total) $550.8 $550.8


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 596.5 $596.5
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -45.6 ·$45.6
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $2,387.7 $2.387.7

Fringes (Total) $773.6 $773.6


Fringe Benefits 773.6 $773.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $3.161.3 $3,161.3

Services (Total) $2,813.0 $2,813.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 510.5 $510.5
Temporary Help 5.8 $5.8
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 2.296.7 $2.296.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $200.6 $187.6 $13.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 200.6 $187.6 $13.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $1.803.2 $1.803.2


Dues And Subscriptions 8.7 S8.7
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.5 $2.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 1,7899 $1.789.9
Other 2.0 $2.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $4.816.7 $4,803.7 $13.0

TOTAL COST $7,978.1 $7,965.1 $13.0

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 89


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Media Relations, Events & Employee Programs
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $681.2 S680.6 $0.7


Full-Time Salaries 719.4 $718.7 $0.7
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -43.2 ·$43.1 $0.0
Overtime Salaries 5.0 $5.0

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $681.2 $680.6 $0.7

Fringes (Total) $220.7 $220.5 $0.2


Fringe Benefits 220.7 $220.5 $0.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $902.0 $901.1 $0.9

Services (Total) $88.0 $88.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 88.0 $88.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $7.1 $7.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 7.1 $7.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
PropUlsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $17.9 $17.9


Dues And SUbscriptions 2.5 $2.5
Conferences and Meetings 6.7 $6.7
Business Travel/Public Hrg 2.2 $2.2
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 0.5 $0.5
Other 6.0 $6.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $113.0 $113.0

TOTAL COST S1.014.9 $1,014.0 SO.9

90 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Replication & Digitizing Services
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating

Salaries (Total) $23.6 $23.6


Full·Time Salaries
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries 23.6 $23.6

Wages (Total) $43.0 $43.0


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages 43.0 $43.0

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $66.6 $66.6

Fringes (Total) $21.6 $21.6


Fringe Benefits 21.6 $21.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $88.2 $88.2

Services (Total) $23.9 $23.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 23.9 $23.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $603.0 $603.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 603.0 $603.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $842.0 $842.0


Property
Vehicles
EqUipment 842.0 $842.0

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And Subscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total) -$2,956.9 -$2,956.9


Reimbursements ·2,956.9 -$2.956.9

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST ·$1,488.0 -$1.488.0

TOTAL COST -$1,399.8 -$1,399.8

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 91


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Customer Service
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating

Salaries (Total) $1,444.7 $1,444.7


Full-TIme Salaries 1,421.0 $1,421.0
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -85.3 -$85.3
Overtime Salaries 109.0 $109.0

Wages (Total) $2.405.8 $2,4058


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 2.214.9 $2,2149
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -169.4 -$169.4
Overtime Wages 360.4 $360.4

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES 53.850.5 $3,850.5

Fringes (Total) $1.247.6 $1,247.6


Fringe Benefits 1.247.6 $1.247.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $5,098.1 $5,098.1

Services (Total) $648.5 $648.5


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 18.0 $18.0
Contract Maintenance 310.5 $310.5
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 320.0 $320.0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $134.0 $134.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 134.0 $134.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
PropUlsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total) $65.2 $65.2


Electricity and Gas 65.2 $65.2
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $598.1 $598.1


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 598.1 $598.1

Miscellaneous (Total) $13.3 $13.3


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.8 $0.8
Conferences and Meetings 1.0 $1.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 8.5 $8.5
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 3.0 $3.0

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $1.459.1 $1,459.1

TOTAL COST $6.557.2 $6,557.2

92 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Project Communications
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $871.5 $777.1 $94.4


Full-Time Salaries 898.4 $798.0 $100.4
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -53.9 -$47.9 -$6.0
Overtime Salaries 27.0 $27.0

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $871.5 $777.1 $94.4

Fringes (Total) $282.5 $251.8 $30.7


Fringe Benefits 282.5 $251.8 $30.7
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,154.0 $1,028.9 $125.1

Services (Total) $63.0 $63.0


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 63.0 $63,0

Materials & Supplies (Total) $33.4 $33.4


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 33.4 $33.4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) S17.0 $17.0


Dues And Subscriptions 1.0 $1.0
Conferences and Meetings 5,0 $5.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 6.0 $6.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 5.0 $5.0
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $113.4 $113.4

TOTAL COST $1,267.4 $1,142.3 $125.1

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 93


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: SmartTrip Operations
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,091.2 $829.7 $261.5


Full-Time Salaries 1,131.0 $852.8 $278.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -67.9 -S51.2 -$16.7
Overtime Salaries 28.0 $28.0

Wages (Total) $665.9 $665.9


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 477.0 $477.0
Part Time Wages 210.5 $210.5
Temporary Wages
Wage lapse -52.6 -$52.6
Overtime Wages 31.0 $31.0

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1.757.0 $1.495.5 $261.5

Fringes (Total) $574.3 $489.3 $85.0


Fringe Benefits 569.5 $484.5 $85.0
Other Fringe Benefits 4.8 $4.8
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2,331.3 $1.984.9 $346.4

Services (Total) $2.170.7 $1,941.9 $228.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 15.0 $15.0
Contract Maintenance 1.3 $1.3
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 2.154.4 $1.925.6 $228.8

Materials & Supplies (Total) $23.0 $23.0


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 23.0 $23.0

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
EqUipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $17.3 $17.3


Dues And Subscriptions 0.5 $0.5
Conferences and Meetings 8.0 $8.0
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.8 $3.8
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising 5.0 $5.0
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $2.211.0 $1.982.2 $228.8

TOTAL COST $4.542.3 $3.967.0 $575.3

94 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED. MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Parking Lot Management
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital


Salaries (Total) $398.7 $369.7 29.0
FuJI·Time Salaries 396.4 $365.5 30.9
Temporary Salaries
Part TIme Salaries
Salary Lapse -23.8 -$21.9 -1.9
Overtime Salaries 26.1 $26.1

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full TIme Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $398.7 $369.7 29.0

Fringes (Total) $120.7 $111.3 9.4


Fringe Benefits 120.7 $111.3 9.4
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $519.4 $481.0 38.4

Services (Total) $2,756.1 $2.756.1


Management Fee 2,721.0 $2,721.0
Professional &Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance 0.1 $0.1
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 35.0 $350

Materials & Supplies (Total) $27.7 $27.7


Fuel and LUbricants
Tires
Other 27.7 $27.7

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $3.5 $3.5


Dues And Subscriptions 0.5 SO.5
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg 3.0 $3.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEl COST $2,787.3 $2,787.3

TOTAL COST $3.306.7 $3,268.3 38.4

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 95


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 Approved, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Planning and Strategic Programs
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $12,133.6 $8,303.0 $3,830.6


Full-Time Salaries 13,156.1 $9,031.8 $4,124.3
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -1,104.0 -$798.0 -$306.1
Overtime Salaries 81.5 $69.2 $12.3

Wages (Total) $636.1 $528.0 $108.2


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 609.3 $504.2 $105.1
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -46.6 -$38.6 -$8.0
Overtime Wages 73.5 $62.4 $11.1

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $12,769.7 $8,831.0 $3,938.7

Fringes (Total) $4,140.8 $2,861.2 $1,279.6


Fringe Benefits 4,140.8 $2,861.2 S1,279.6
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $16,910.5 $11,692.2 $5.218.3

Services (Total) $4,303.8 $3.804,4 $499.4


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 689.7 $584.4 S105.3
Temporary Help 50.8 $42.7 $8.1
Contract Maintenance 2,595.6 $2.261.0 $334.7
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 967.6 $916.3 $51.3

Materials & Supplies (Total) S908.3 $765.8 $142.4


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 908.3 $765.8 $142.4

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Uability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $1,056.9 $879.7 $177.2


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 1,056.9 S879,7 $177.2

Miscellaneous (Total) $120.9 $102.2 $18.7


Dues And SUbscriptions 17.6 $14.8 $2.8
Conferences and Meetings 41.0 $34.6 $6.4
Business Travel/Public Hrg 58.0 $49.1 $8.9
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 4.3 53.6 $0.7

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $6,389.9 $5,552.1 $837.8

TOTAL COST $23,300.4 $17,244.3 $6,056.1

96 Sumlnary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Planning and Strategic Programs (Direct Office)
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital


Salaries (Total) $691.2 $571.9 $119.2
Full·Time Salaries 691.2 $571.9 $119.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $691.2 $5719 $119.2

Fringes (Total) $224.0 $185.3 $38.7


Fringe Benefits 224.0 $185.3 $38.7
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $915.2 $757.3 $158.0

Services (Total) $737.4 $715.6 $21.8


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 21.0 $17.5 $3.5
Temporary Help 20.0 $16.6 $3.4
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 696.4 $681.5 $14.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $60.0 $49.9 $10.1


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 60.0 $49.9 $10.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities· Other

Casualty & Liabilitv (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $21.0 $17.5 $3.5


Dues And Subscriptions 3.0 $2.5 $0.5
Conferences and Meetings 8.0 $6.7 $1.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 10.0 $8.3 $1.7
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $818.4 $783.1 $35.4

TOTAL COST $1.733.7 $1,540.3 $193.3

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 97


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Capital Programming and Oversight
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,231.1 $907.3 $323.8


Full-Time Salaries 1.360.3 $1,002.5 $357.8
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -129.2 -$95.2 -$34.0
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARI ES AND WAGES $1,231.1 $907.3 $323.8

Fringes (Total) $399.2 $294.0 $105.2


Fringe Benefits 399.2 $294.0 $105.2
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1,630.2 $1,201.3 $429.0

Services (Total) $40.0 $33.3 $6.7


Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help 6.0 $5.0 $1.0
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 34.0 $28.3 $5.7

Materials & Supplies (Total) $34.0 $28.5 $5.5


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 34.0 $28.5 $5.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $36.0 $30.5 $5.5


Dues And Subscriptions 3.5 $2.9 $0.6
Conferences and Meetings 12.0 $10.2 $1.8
Business Travel/Public Hrg 20.0 $17.0 53.0
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 0.5 $0.4 $0.1

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $110.0 $92.2 $17.8

TOTAL COST $1,740.2 $1,293.5 $446.8

98 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center; Business Planning & Project Development
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital


Salaries (Total) $1.236.7 $580.7 $656.0
Full-Time Salaries 1,340.9 $638.7 $702.2
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -104.2 -$58.0 -$46.2
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,236.7 $580.7 $656.0

Fringes (Total) $401.3 $188.1 $213.1


Fringe Benefits 401.3 $188.1 $213.1
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $1.637.9 $768.8 $869.1

Services (Total) $127.3 $112.4 $14.9


Management Fee
Professional & TeChnical 50.5 $42.0 $8.5
Temporary Help 7.3 $6.2 $1.1
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 69.5 $64.1 $5.4

Materials & Supplies (Total) $16.6 $14.1 $2.5


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Olher 16.6 $14.1 $2.5

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Tolal)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

casualty & Uabllity (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total) $42.4 5$6.0 $6.4


Dues And Subscriptions 11.0 $9.3 $1.7
Conferences and Meetings 19.0 $16.1 $2.9
Business Travel/Public Hrg 9.6 $8.2 $1.4
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 2.8 $2.4 $0.4

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $186.3 $162.5 $23.8

TOTAL COST $1,824.2 $931.3 ·S892.9

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 99


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Information Technology and Services
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating Internal Capital

Salaries (Total) $7,445.1 $6,162.5 $1,282.5


Full-Time Salaries 8,136.5 $6,733.0 $1,403.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -773.0 -5639.6 -$133.3
Overtime Salaries 81.5 569.2 $12.3

Wages (Total) $636.1 $528.0 $108.2


Operator Wages
Full Time Wages 609.3 5504.2 $105.1
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -46.6 -$38.6 -$8.0
Overtime Wages 73.5 $62.4 $11.1

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $8,081.2 $6,690.5 $1.390;7

Fringes (Total) $2,619.5 $2,167.7 $451.8


Fringe Benefits 2,619.5 $2,167.7 $451.8
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $10.700.7 $6,658.3 $1,842.5

Services (Total) $3,399.0 $2,943.1 $455.9


Management Fee
Professional & Technical 618.2 $524.9 $93.3
Temporary Help 17.5 $14.9 $2.6
Contract Maintenance 2,595.6 $2,261.0 $334.7
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other 167.7 $142.3 $25.3

Materials & Supplies (Total) $797.7 $673.3 $124.3


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other 797.7 $673.3 $124.3

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total) $1,056.9 $879.7 $177.2


Property
Vehicles
Equipment 1,056.9 $879.7 $177.2

Miscellaneous (Total) $21.5 $18.3 $3.2


Dues And Subscriptions 0.1 $0.1 $0.0
Conferences and Meetings 2.0 $1.7 $0.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 18.4 $15.6 $2.8
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other 1.0 $0.9 $0.2

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST $5,275.1 $4,514.4 $760.8

TOTAL COST $15,975.9 $13,372.6 $2,603.2

100 Summary - Departments by Cost Center


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED, MODAL DISTRIBUTION
Cost Center: Information Technology Renewal Program
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total Operating f nternal Capital

Salaries (Total) $1,529.6 SaO.5 51,449.1


Full·Time Salaries 1.627.2 $85.7 $1,541.5
Temporary Salaries
Part Time Salaries
Salary Lapse -97.6 -55.1 -$92.5
Overtime Salaries

Wages (Total)
Operator Wages
Full Time Wages
Part Time Wages
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse
Overtime Wages

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $1,529.6 $80.5 51,449.1

Fringes (Total) $496.8 $26.1 $470.8


Fringe Benefits 496.8 $26.1 $470.8
Other Fringe Benefits
Workers Compensation

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $2,026,4 $106.6 $1.919.8

Services (Total)
Management Fee
Professional & Technical
Temporary Help
Contract Maintenance
Custodial Services
Paratransit
Other

Materials & Supplies (Total)


Fuel and Lubricants
Tires
Other

Fuel & Propulsion (Total)


Diesel Fuel
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas

Utilities (Total)
Electricity and Gas
Utilities - Other

Casualty & Liability (Total)


Insurance
Claims

Leases (Total)
Property
Vehicles
Equipment

Miscellaneous (Total)
Dues And SUbscriptions
Conferences and Meetings
Business Travel/Public Hrg
Interview & Relocation
Tolls
Advertising
Other

Reimbursements (Total)
Reimbursements

TOTAL NONPERSONNEl COST

TOTAL COST $2,026,4 5106.6 51,919.8

Summary - Departments by Cost Center 101


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102 Summary - [)epartnie"nts by Cost Center


OPERATING
BUDGET

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Operating Budget 103


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104 Operating Budget


Operating Budget
Fiscal 2005 Approved: $943.7 Million*

Where it Comes From


Gross Subsidy $402.2

Paratransit Revenues $4.0

Bus Revenues $124.2


Rail Revenues $413.3

Where it Goes

Personnel $716.5

Other
$19.7

Fuell
Propulsion
$48.4

Materials Services
$63.5 $95.6
$ Millions
"'Excludes Debt Service and Reimbursable Operating Projects.

Operating Budget 105


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

Total 2005 ~ Metrorail MelroAccess

REVENUES
Passenger $458,945.8 $98,635.5 $356,310.3 $4,000.0
Other Passenger 4,250.0 2,920.0 1,330.0 0.0
Parking 31,806.2 0.0 31.806.2 0.0
Charter 1.176.3 1,176.3 0.0 0.0
Advertising 29,000.0 19.674.5 9,325.5 0.0
Joint Development 6.219.9 0.0 6,219.9 0.0
Other 2.510.6 1,478.8 1,031.8 0.0
Employee Parking 140.0 70.0 70.0 0.0
Interest 420.0 263.6 156.2 0.0
Fiber Optics 7.000.0 0.0 7.000.0 0.0

Total Revenues $541.468.8 $124.218.9 $413.249.9 $4.000.0

EXPENSES
Personnel $716,563.3 $312,458.0 $402,912.7 $1.192.6
Services 95.609.1 12.791.5 32,690.8 50.126.8
Materials & Supplies 63,445.4 26,114.3 37,303.2 27.9
Fuel &Propulsion Power 48,401.5 15,374.8 33,026.7 0.0
Utilities 25,167.0 4.286.6 20,811.6 66.8
Casualty & Liability 9,281.3 3.325.3 5,955.9 0.0
Leases & Rentals 4,531.5 1,607.2 2,670.7 253.6
Miscellaneous 1,384.2 1,557.2 -200.1 27.1
Preventive Maintenance -20,700.0 -18,000.0 -2,700.0 0.0

Total Expenses $943,683.2 $359,515.0 $532,471.5 $51,696.7

GROSS SUBSIDY $402,214.4 $235.296.1 $119.221.6 $47.696.7

Gross Subsidy $402.214.4 $235,296.1 $119,221.6 $47.696.7


Plus: Debt Service 27.484.2 0.0 27,484.2 0.0

Net Local Subsidy 429,698.6 235,296.1 146,705.8 47.696.7

Cost Recovery Ratio 57.38% 32.90% 77.22% 7.74%

106 Operating Budget


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES
DISPLAYED BY MODE
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005 Change


Actual Actual Approved Approved
REVENUES
BUS OPERATIONS $109,146.4 $110,579.9 $116,580.3 $124,218.9 $7,638.6
RAIL OPERATIONS 316,905.3 330,660.3 368,316.1 413,249.9 44,933.8
PARATRANSIT 1,698.3 1,927.8 2,402.0 4,000.0 1,598.0

TOTAL REVENUES $427,750.0 $443,167.9 $487,298.3 $541,468.8 $54,170.5

EXPENSES
BUS OPERATIONS $310,636.7 $320,313.0 $333,264.3 $359,515.0 $26,250.7
RAIL OPERATIONS 446,849.1 468,229.0 498,963.2 532,471.5 33,508.3
PARATRANSIT 26,245.8 34,467.4 40,068.8 51,696.7 11,627.9

TOTAL EXPENSES $783,731.5 $823,009.5 $872,296.3 $943,683.2 $71,386.9

GROSS SUBSIDY $355,981.5 $379,841.5 $384,998.0 $402,214.4 $17,216.4

Gross SUbsidy $355,981.5 $379,841.5 $384,998.0 $402,214.4 $17,216.4


Plus: Debt Service 27,484.2 27,484.2 27,484.2 27,484.2 0.0

Net Local Subsidy 383,465.7 407,325.7 412,482.2 429,698.6 17,216.4

Cost Recovery Ratio 54.58% 53.85% 55.86% 57.38% 1.51%

Operating Budget 107


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


Actual Actual Approved Approved Change
REVENUES
Passenger $374.881.2 $383,267.3 $426,905.1 $458,945.8 $32,040.7
Other Passenger 3.051.1 3,461.4 3,250.0 4.250.0 1,000.0
Parking 12.156.9 13.039.0 21.306.2 31.806.2 10.500.0
Charter 1,258.6 1,658.9 1,176.3 1.176.3 0.0
Advertising 20,009.9 23,013.2 23.200.0 29.000.0 5.800.0
Joint Development 5,786.2 5.491.7 4.219.9 6.219.9 2,000.0
Other 3.085.9 4,478.7 2.710.6 2.510.6 -200.0
Employee Parking 125.2 133.4 140.0 140.0 0.0
Interest 645.0 1,015.4 1.890.2 420.0 -1,470.2
Fiber Optics 6.749.9 7,608.9 2,500.0 7,000.0 4,500.0

Total Revenues $427,750.0 $443,167.9 $487,298.3 $541,468.8 $54,170.5

EXPENSES
Personnel $601,222.6 $639,103.6 $666,853.6 $716.563.3 $49,709.7
Services 70.098.1 74.920.6 83,254.3 95.609.1 12,354.8
Materials & Supplies 61.700.2 56,348.2 58,878.3 63.445.4 4,567.0
Fuel & Propulsion Power 37,122.9 39,420.4 44,641.1 48,401.5 3.760.4
Utilities 20.158.8 23.036.2 23,249.9 25.167.0 1,917.2
Casualty & Liability 5.408.6 3,027.5 7,679.2 9,281.3 1.602.1
Leases & Rentals 4,443.5 4.595.8 4,325.9 4.531.5 205.6
Miscellaneous 2,276.9 1,057.2 1,413.9 1.384.2 -29.7
Preventive Maintenance -18,700.0 -18,500.0 -18.000.0 -20,700.0 -2,700.0

Total Expenses $783.731.5 $823,009.5 $872,296.3 $943,683.2 $71,386.9

GROSS SUBSIDY $355,981.5 $379.841.5 $384.998.0 $402,214.4 $17,216.4

Gross Subsidy $355,981.5 $379.841.5 $384,998.0 $402.214.4 $17,216.4


Plus: Debt Service 27,484.2 27.484.2 27,484.2 27,484.2 0.0

Net Local Subsidy $383,465.7 $407,325.7 $412.482.2 $429.698.6 $24,306.4

Cost Recovery Ratio 54.58% 53.85% 55.86% 57.38% 1.51%

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET BY MODE - OPERATING
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

I2!a! fum BID! Paratransit

Salaries (Total) $147.975.1 $43,328.2 $103.760.0 $886.9


Full-Time Salaries 147.242.2 43,617.1 102,718.9 906.2
Temporary Salaries 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Part Time Salaries 110.1 41.0 67.5 1.6
Salary Lapse -5,398.7 -1,794.6 -3,582.4 -21.6
Overtime Salaries 6,021.5 1,464.7 4,556.0 0.8

Wages (Total) $388,141.8 $190,114.3 $198.014.8 $12.8


Operator Wages 192,117.9 128,650.1 63.467.8 0.0
Full TIme Wages 190,773.0 59,470.9 131,289.5 12.6
Part TIme Wages 210.5 122.6 87.9 0.0
Temporary Wages 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Wage Lapse -7,987.9 -2,426.1 -5,560.9 -1.0
Overtime Wages 13.028.3 4,296.6 8.730.5 1.2

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $536,116.9 $233,442.5 $301,774.8 $899.7

Fringes (Total) $180,446.3 $79,015.6 $101,137.9 $292.9


Fringe Benefits 173,701.9 75.623.5 97,786.9 291.5
Other Fringe Benefits 3,046.5 1,482.6 1,562.5 1.4
Workers Compensation 3,698.0 1,909.5 1,768.5 0.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $716,563.3 $312,458.0 $402,912.7 $1.192.6

Services (Total) $95,609.1 $12,791.5 $32.690.8 $50,126.8


Management Fee 2,721.0 0.0 2,721.0 0.0
Professional & Technical 11,526.2 4,207.8 7,198.9 121.5
Temporary Help 1,110.1 212.7 885.6 11.8
Contract Maintenance 19,648.7 4,350.1 15,250.2 48.4
Custodial Services 0.6 0.0 0.6 0.0
Paratransit 49,849.0 0.0 0.0 49.849.0
Other 10.562.4 4,020.9 6,634.5 95.9

Materials & Supplies (Total) $63,445.4 $26,114.3 $37,303.2 $27.9


Fuel and Lubricants 2,591.5 1,732.8 858.7 0.0
Tires 2,369.2 2,281.4 87.8 0.0
Other 58,484.7 22,100.1 36,356.7 27.9

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) $48,401.5 $15.374.8 $33.026.7 $0.0


Diesel Fuel 12,862.2 12.862.2 0.0 0.0
Propulsion Power 33.026.7 0.0 33,026.7 0.0
Clean Natural Gas 2.512.6 2,512.6 0.0 0.0

Utilities (Total) $25,167.0 $4,286.6 $20,811.6 $68.8


Electricity and Gas 18.746.7 2,584.2 16.126.0 36.5
Utilities - Other 6.420.3 1,702.4 4,685.7 32.3

Casualty &Liability (Total) $9,281.3 $3,325.3 $5.955.9 $0.0


Insurance 7.679.2 1,963.9 5,715.3 0,0
Claims 1.602.1 1,361.4 240.6 0.0

Leases (Total) $4,531.5 $1,607.2 $2,670.7 $253.6


Property 1,606.1 873.5 481.9 250.8
Vehicles 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Equipment 2,925.4 733.8 2.188.8 2.8

Miscellaneous (Total) $4,415.6 S1.632.1 $2.756.5 $27.1


Dues And Subscriptions 535.4 190.0 343.7 1.6
Conferences and Meetings 471,7 176.6 285.2 9.9
Business Travel/Public Hrg 449.7 123.8 323.0 2.9
Interview & Relocation 452.6 175.2 276.1 1.3
Tolls 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Adver1ising 1.800.9 715.4 1,085.5 0.0
Other 705.4 251.0 442.9 114

Reimbursements (Total) -$23.731.5 -$18,074.8 -$5,656.6 $0.0


Reimbursements/Preventive -23.731.5 -18,074.8 -5.656.6 0.0
Maintenance

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $227,119.9 $47,057.0 $129,558.8 $50,504.1

TOTAL COST $943,683.2 $359.515.0 $532,471.5 $51,696.7

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
OPERATING BUDGET SUMMARY
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2001 FY2002 FY 2003 FY2004 FY2005


~ ~ &.ll.!ill ~ ~ ~

Salaries(Total) $122,068.2 $134,740.5 $146,141.1 $146,341.6 $147.975.1 $1.633.6


Full-Time Salaries $112,603.9 $124,686.7 $135,736.0 $143,819.0 $147.242.2 $3,423.2
Temporary Salaries $969.7 $998.5 $1,208.7 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Part Time Salaries $176.2 $140.8 $171.5 $113.9 $110.1 ·$3.8
Salary Lapse $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 -$4,701.4 :$5,398.7 -$697.2
Overtime Salaries $8,318.4 $8,914.5 $9.025.0 $7,110.1 $6,021.5 -$1.088.6

Wages(Total) $326.231.0 $341.859.1 $358,238.8 $375,866.3 $388,141.8 $12.275.5


Operator Wages $161.786.1 $170.301.8 $176.365.8 $182,343.5 $192,117.9 $9.774.4
Full Time Wages $146.971.7 $158.265.8 $166.300.2 $186.292.3 $190,773.0 $4,480.7
Part Time Wages $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $250.7 $210.5 -$40.2
Temporary Wages $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Wage Lapse $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 -$7,377.0 -$7,987.9 -$610.9
Overtime Wages $17,473.2 $13,291.5 $15,572.9 $14.356.8 $13.028.3 -$1 ,328.5

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $448,299.2 $476,599.6 $504,379.9 $522.207.8 $536,116.9 $13,909.1

Fringes(Total) $116,255.7 $124,623.0 $134,723.7 $145,035.6 $180,446.3 $35,410.7


Fringe Benefits $105,779.1 $116,057.6 $130,634.3 $140,406.1 $173.701.9 $33.295.8
Other Fringe Benefits $3,634.7 $3,634.8 $3,659.9 $3,329.5 $3,046.5 -$263.0
Workers Compensation $6,841.9 $4,730.6 $429.6 $1,300.0 53,698.0 $2.398.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $564.554.9 $601.222.6 $639.103.6 $667,243.4 $716,563.3 $49,319.9

Services(Total) $53,129.3 $70,098.1 $74,920.6 $82,916.1 $95.609.1 $12,693.0


Management Fee $2,330.7 $3,379.0 $3,007.4 $2,763.0 $2.721.0 -$42.0
Professional & Technical $10,194.0 $12,976.2 $10,959.2 $10,843.9 $11,528.2 $684.3
Temporary Help $1,477.0 $1,272.0 $999.8 $1,165.0 $1,110.1 -$54.8
Contract Maintenance $12,186.7 $17,222.3 $18,170.9 $19,062.3 $19,648.7 $586.4
Custodial Services $1.0 $1.2 $4.5 $0.6 $0.6 $0.0
Paratranslt $19,440.4 $25,274.8 $32,855.7 $38,212.5 $49,849.0 $11.636.5
Other $7,499.5 $9,972.6 58,923.0 $10,868.8 $10,373.4 -$495.4

Materials &Supplles(Total) $58,474.0 $61,700.2 $56,348.2 $59,229.6 $63,445.4 $4.215.8


Fuel and Lubricants $1,710.6 52,201.3 $2,254.2 52,015.8 52,591.5 $575.6
Tires $1,763.3 S2,099.3 $2,212.8 $2,364.3 $2,369.2 $4.9
Other $55.000.1 $57,399.5 $51,881.2 $54,849.4 $58.484.7 $3,635.3

Fuel & Propulslon(Total) $40,968.2 $37.122.9 $39,420.4 $44,650.3 $48,401.5 $3,751.2


Diesel Fuel $13,752.7 $10.431.8 $10.664.1 $12,747.7 $12,862.2 $114.5
Propulsion Power $27,215.5 $26.691.0 $27,147.3 $30,086.3 $33.026.7 $2,940.4
Clean Natural Gas $0.0 $0.0 $1.609.0 $1,816.3 $2,512.6 $696.3

Utilities(Total) $21.709.5 $20,158.8 $23,036.2 $23,459.6 $25,167.0 $1,707.4


Electricity and Gas $16,733.3 $15,340.1 $17,225.9 $17,419.7 $18.746.7 $1.326.9
UtilitIes - Other $4,976.2 $4,818.6 $5,810.3 $6,039.9 $6,420.3 $380.4

Casualty & L1ablllty(Total) $8,621.0 $5,408.6 $3,027.5 57,679.2 $9,281.3 $1,602.1


Insurance $1,957.4 $2,072.2 $3,027.5 $7.679.2 $7,679.2 $0.0
Claims $6,863.6 $3,336.4 $0.0 $0.0 $1,602.1 $1,602.1

Leases(Total) $3.524.7 $4,443.5 $4.595.8 $4,397.9 $4,531.5 $133.6


Property $1,243.3 $1,603.6 $1.237.0 $1,372.8 $1.606.1 $233.3
Vehicles $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Equipment $2.281.4 $2,839.9 $3.358.8 $3.025.0 $2.925.4 -$99.6

Mlscellaneous(Tolal) $5.791.4 $5,288.0 $4.550.3 $4,736.1 $4.415.6 -$320.5


Dues And SUbscriptions $377.2 $355.6 $329.2 $438.1 $535.4 $97.3
Conferences and Meetings $225.2 $265.1 $308.3 $561.1 $471.7 -$109.4
Business TravellPublic Hrg $494.8 $599.2 $667.7 $442.3 $449.7 $7.4
Interview & Relocation $1,242.4 $858.9 $339.9 $739.0 $452.6 -$286.5
Tolls $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Advertising $2,074.9 $2,082.9 $2,332.8 $1,948.9 $1,800.9 -$148.0
Other $1.376.9 $1.126.3 $572.4 $586.6 $705.4 $118.7

Reimbursements(Total) -$23.081.0 -$21.711.1 -$21,993.2 -$21.522.0 -$23,731.5 -$2.209.5


Reimbursements -$3,681.0 -$3,011.1 ·$3,493.2 -$3.522.0 -$3.031.5 $490.5
Preventive Maintenance -$19,400.0 -$18.700.0 -$18,500.0 -$18,000.0 -$20.700.0 -$2.700.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $169,337.1 $162.509.0 $183,905.8 $205,546.8 $227,119.9 $21,513.1

TOTAL COST $733,892.0 $783,731.5 $823,009.5 5872,790.2 $943.683.2 $70.893.0

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 /lPPROVED BUDGET BV MODE· ALL MODES
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

QIwi1lDa Reimbursable Internal Capital


IgJaJ ~ .Ball ~ ~ Ca.QIla.I 103CIgseoul JBe
Salanes (Total) 5189,485.1 $43,328.2 5103,760.0 $886.9 $226.5 523,178.1 $1,291.8 $16,813.7
Full-Time Salaries 189,508.2 43,617.1 102,716.9 906.2 231.1 23.553.5 1,167.2 17.314.2
Temporary Salaries 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 00 0.0 0.0
Part TIme Salaries 122.6 41.0 67.5 1.6 0.0 47 0.0 7.8
Salary Lapse -6,495.3 -U946 -3.582.4 -21.6 -46 -394.6 -22.4 -675.0
Overtime Salarles 6.349.7 1.464.7 4,556.0 0.8 0.0 14.5 147.0 1667

Wages (Total 1 $410.117.6 5190,114,3 5198,014.8 512.8 54.090.6 $812.9 $1.794.1 $15,278.1
Operalor Vtlages 194.807.0 126.6501 63,467.8 0.0 1,725.6 57.5 5655 3404
Full TIme Wages 205.266.7 59,470.9 131,289.5 12.6 1.387.3 336.1 1,144.8 11,623.6
Part Time Waoes 210.5 122.6 67.9 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Tempolilry Wages 0.0 0.0 0.0 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 00
Wage Lapse -8,647.9 -2.426.1 -5,560.9 -1.0 ·50.6 -25.9 -46.2 -537.3
Overtime Wages 18,4812 4.296.6 8.730.5 1.2 1.028.3 443.2 130.0 3.8514

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $599.6027 5233,442.5 5301,774.8 5899.7 $4,317.1 $23.991.0 $3,085.9 $32.091 a
Fringes (Tolall $200,928.3 579,015.6 S101,137.9 $2929 S1.165.6 $7,828.6 51,002.5 $10,4852
Fringe Benefits 194,089.6 75.623.5 07.786.9 291.5 1,165.6 7,793.9 1,002.5 10,425.7
Olher Fringe Benents 3,140.7 1.482.6 1,562.5 1.4 0.0 347 0.0 59.5
Workers Compensalen 3,698.0 1,909.5 1,788.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $800,531.0 $312,458.0 5402,912.7 51,192.6 $5 482.7 S31,8196 $4,088.4 $42577.0

Services (T01a1) $98,819.4 $12.791.5 $32,690.6 $50,126.8 $0.0 $1,797.7 $74.0 $1.338.5
ManagElllElnl Fee 2,721.0 0.0 2.721.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Professional &Technical 12,561.1 4,207.8 7,198.9 1215 0.0 430.7 10.7 611.6
Temporary Hap 1,203.5 212.7 885.6 11.8 0.0 46.1 7.2 40.1
Contract Mainlenan:;e 20,310,0 4,350.1 15.250.2 48.4 0.0 570.2 28.1 63.0
Custodial SaMces 12.5 0.0 0.8 0.0 00 7.7 2.8 1.4
Paraltanslt 49,849.0 0.0 0.0 49,849.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Other 12.142.2 4,020.9 6,634.5 95.9 0.0 743.1 25.3 622.4

Materials & SuppBes (Tolal) $65,837.4 526,114.3 $37.303.2 527.9 59412 $620.9 $104.5 5725.4
Fuel and Lub~canlS 2,622.3 1,732.8 858.7 0.0 0.0 18.6 9.8 2.4
Tires 2,691.8 2,281.4 87.8 0.0 322.6 0.0 0.0 0.0
Olher 60,523.3 22,100.1 36,356.7 27.9 618.6 602.3 94.7 723.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Tolal) $48,858.5 $15,374.8 533,026.7 SOO 5292.4 $0.0 $164.6 $0.0
Diesel Fuel 13.154.6 12,862.2 0.0 0.0 292.4 0.0 0.0 0.0
PropulsiOn Power 33,191.3 0.0 33,026.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 164.6 0.0
Clean NalJral Gas 2,512.6 2.512.6 00 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 DO
UllUlies (Total) $25,844.1 S4,286.6 520,811.8 568.8 SO.O S35.4 5264.7 $378.9
ElectriCity and Gas 19,213.0 2.584.2 16,126.0 36.5 0.0 3.8 259.9 2027
UWilles - Other 6,6311 1.702.4 4,685.7 32.3 0.0 31.7 4.8 174.3

Casualtv & LiabiitV (TOlal) $9.5124 $3,325.3 $5,955.9 $0.0 $0.0 52.2 $1.8 $227.1
Insurance 7,910,3 1,963.9 5.715.3 0.0 0.0 2.2 1.8 227.1
Claims 1.602.1 1,3614 240.6 0.0 0.0 0.0 00 0.0

Leases (Tolal) $4.778.2 $1.6072 52.670.7 $253.6 $0.0 $89.2 $0.0 $157.5
Property 1.657.1 673.5 481.9 250.8 0.0 19.4 0.0 31.7
Vehicles 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Equlpmenl 3,121.0 733.6 2,188.8 2.8 00 69.8 0.0 125.8

Miscellaneous (Total} $5,102.7 $1,632.1 $2,756.5 $27.1 $0.0 $354.1 $23.0 $309.4
Dues And Subscriptions 634.6 190.0 343.7 1.6 0.0 46.7 3.5 49.0
Conferences and Meelings 589.9 1766 285.2 9.9 0.0 49.8 2.0 68.5
Business TraveVPublic Hrg 686.1 123.8 323.0 2.9 0.0 137.3 12.4 86.7
InteIVlew & Relocalbn 586.0 1752 276.1 1.3 0.0 54.6 0.7 78.1
Tolls 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Advertising 1.800.9 715.4 I,OB5.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Other 6051 251.0 442.9 11.4 0.0 66.3 4.4 290

Reimbursements (Total) -$3.031.4 -$74.8 ·52,956,8 SO.O $0.0 SO.O SO.O $0.1
RelmbursemenlS -3,031.4 -74.8 -2,956.8 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.1

TOTAL NONPERSONNELCOST 5255,121.1 $65,057.0 $132,258.6 $50.504.1 $1233.6 $2.900.1 5632.6 $3.134.9

TOTAL COST $1.056,252.1 5377,515.0 $535,171.3 S51696.7 $6.716.3 534.719.7 $4.721.1 $45,711.9

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Ridership and Revenue

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 REVENUES

Total approved operating revenues for Fiscal 2005, is $541.5 million. This is
comprised of $458.9 million in passenger revenue and $82.6 million in non-
passenger revenue. This represents an increase of $54.2 million or 11.1 percent
over the Fiscal 2004 Approved Budget of $487.3 million.

For Fiscal 2005, system-wide fare changes were implemented which are
estimated to increase passenger revenues by $23.5 million. An increase in
parking fees is expected to generate an additional $5.7 million, making the total
fare package for Fiscal 2005 $29.2 million. A summary of the Fiscal 2005 Fare
Adjustments approved by the Board is included on page 116.

I. PASSENGER REVENUES

In addition to the increases in revenue generated by the fare increase, other


factors also influenced WMATA's revenue and ridership projections for Fiscal
2005. These factors include: projected ridership growth, new service, and
infrastructure improvements such as new garages and seasonal adjustments.

Passenger Revenue
($ in 1,000s)

METRORAIL METROBUS METROACCESS


Fiscal 2004 Base Revenue $343,296 $81,725 $2,400
Revenue Integration (13,600) 13,600
Fiscal 2004 Amended Budget $329,696 $95.325

Fiscal 2004 Adjustment (7,400) (360)


Fiscal 2005 Growth INew Services 12.814 1,870 1,100
Fiscal 2005 Fare Changes 21,200 1,800 500

Fiscal 2005 Approved Passenger Revenues I $356,310 $98,635 $4,0001

Projected Ridership (millions of trips) 193.9 148.6 1.5

In Fiscal 2004, the Regional Task Force on MetroAccess was established to


recommended strategies to increase the cost-effectiveness of the service. For
Fiscal 2005, the WMATA Board accepted several of the recommendations
proposed by the task force and these policy changes were incorporated into the
fare structure. One recommendation was to charge a supplemental fare for
MetroAccess trips with an origin and destination outside the % mile service area
limit, with an additional charge of $1.00 for each 3 miles outside the service area.
Another recommendation provides free travel on Metrorail and Metrobus for a
companion of MetroAccess ADA eligible riders.

Operating Budget - Ridership and Revenue 115


For Fiscal 2005, MetroAccess trips are expected to increase 33 percent over the
level of Fiscal 2004 to 1.5 million trips. Revenues are expected to increase to $4
million due to the fare increase, ridership growth, elasticity and the
recommendations of the Paratransit task force.

II. OTHER PASSENGER REVENUE-DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA


SCHOOL SUBSIDY

The total District of Columbia School Subsidy for Fiscal 2005 is $4.2 million, $2.9
million for Metrobus and $1.3 million for Metrorail, $1.0 million more than in Fiscal
2004.

III. PARKING

The Fiscal 2005 revenue budget for parking at Metrorail stations is $31.8 million;
$10.5 million more than budgeted for Fiscal 2004. The elements of the fare
increase outlined on page 116 provide for an increase in the parking fee of $0.75,
along with a $10.00 increase in the monthly reserved parking fee from $35.00 to
$45.00. These two parking initiatives are expected to generate additional
revenue in Fiscal 2005 of $5.7 million. In addition to a parking rate increase,
implementation of extended collection hours in Fiscal 2005 will generate
additional parking revenue.

Additional revenue will also be generated in Fiscal 2005 from the opening of
several new parking lots and garages. By the third quarter of the year, the total
available park and ride spaces will increase to 53,547, an increase of almost
4,000 spaces or almost 8 percent over Fiscal 2004. These increases come
primarily from three new facilities: new parking structure at Grosvenor, as well as
parking facilities Morgan Blvd. and Largo Town Center on the blue line extension.
All revenue generated from parking operations, $31.8 million in Fiscal 2005, is
attributed to Metrorail.

IV. ADVERTISING

The Fiscal 2005 advertising revenue is expected to be $29 million. Of the total,
$16.7 million is generated by advertising on Metrobus, and $9.3 million on
Metrorail. This reflects the amount in the Minimum Annual Guarantee between
WMATA and the contractor. This contract is in effect until Fiscal 2010.

116 Operating Budget - Ridership and Revenue


v. JOINT DEVELOPMENT

The Fiscal 2005 Joint Development revenue estimate of $6.2 million is $2 million
more than the Fiscal 2004 budget and is applied entirely to Metrorail. The $2
million increase above the total for Fiscal 2004 is TIIF funds that will be used to
offset budgeted joint development activities. Included in this category are long-
term leases of WMATA property and air rights for property adjacent to rail
stations.

VI. FIBER OPTICS

Initiated in September 1986, the WMATA Fiber Optic Program was designed to
allow for the installation, operation and maintenance of a fiber optic-based
telecommunication network utilizing the excess capacity within the WMATA right-
of-way. As part of the compensation package, WMATA receives, in a separate
fiber optic cable, a number of fibers for its own use. In Fiscal 2005, fiber optic
revenue is expected to be $7.0 million.

VII. INTEREST REVENUE

The Fiscal 2005 Approved Budget is based on an average effective monthly


investment portfolio of $35 million at an earning rate of 1.250/0. The investment
income is allocated to the rail and bus modes using the jurisdiction subsidy
distribution of 36% and 64% respectively.

VIII. OTHER REVENUE

Other revenue included in the Fiscal 2005 budget are vending, pay telephones,
cellular telephones, bike programs, charter/contract revenues, and JGB
employee parking fees.

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2001 THROUGH FISCAL 2005
RIDERSHIP BY SERVICE
(In thousands)

FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


Actual Actual Actual Actual Approved
Metrobus Ridership 145,541 147,771 147,887 146,011 148.638

Metrorall Ridership 177,338 180,573 184,364 189.986 193,851

TOTAL 322,879 328,344 332,251 335,997 342,489

Note: Metrobus ridership is based on unlinked trips.

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2002 THROUGH FISCAL 2005
REVENUE COMPARSION
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


Actual Actual Approved Approved Change
METROBUS
Passenger $89.128.8 $88,538.7 $94,955.9 $98,635.5 $3,679.6
Other Passenger 2,194.1 1,490.3 2,250.0 2,920.0 $670.0
Charter 1,258.6 1,658.9 1,176.3 1,176.3
Advertising 14,351.9 16,100.6 15,654.5 19,674.5 $4,020.0
Other 1,287.5 1,786.6 1,176.2 1,478.8 $302.6
Employee Parking 60.1 66.7 70.0 70.0
Interest $865.4 938.1 $1,202.8 263.8 -$939.0

$109,146.4 $110,679.9 $116,486.7 $124,218.9 $7,733.2

METRORAIL
Passenger $284,054.2 $292,800.8 $329,619.6 $356,310.3 $26,690.8
Other Passenger 857.0 1.971.0 1,000.0 1,330.0 $330.0
Parking 12,156.9 13,039.0 21,306.2 31,806.2 $10,500.0
Advertising 5,658.0 6,912.6 7,545.5 9.325.5 $1,780.0
Joint Development 5,786.2 5,491.7 4,219.9 6,219.9 $2,000.0
Other 1,798.4 2.692.1 1,534.4 1,031.8 -$502.7
Employee Parking 65.1 66.7 70.0 70.0
Interest -220.4 77.4 684.5 156.2 -$528.3
Fiber Optics 6,749.9 7,608.9 2,500.0 7,000.0 $4,500.0

$318,905.3 $330,660.3 $368,480.1 $413,249.9 $44,769.8

METRO ACCESS
Passenger $1,698.2 $1,927.8 $2,329.6 $4,000.0 $1,670.3

TOTAL
Passenger $374,881.2 $383,267.3 $426,905.1 $458,945.8 $32,040.7
Other Passenger 3,051.1 3,461.4 3,250.0 4,250.0 $1,000.0
Parking 12,156.9 13,039.0 21,306.2 31,806.2 $10,500.0
Charter 1,258.6 1,658.9 1,176.3 1,176.3
Advertising 20,009.9 23,013.2 23,200.0 29,000.0 $5,800.0
Joint Development 5,786.2 5,491.7 4,2'19.9 6,219.9 $2,000.0
Other 3,085.9 4,478.7 2,710.6 2,510.6 -$200.0
Employee Parking 125.2 133.4 140.0 140.0
Interest 645.0 1,015.5 1,890.2 420.0 -$1,470.2
Fiber Optics 6,749.9 7,608.9 2,500.0 7,000.0 $4,500.0

Total Revenues $427,749.9 $443,168,0 $487,298.3 $641 ,488.8 $54,170.5

Operating Budget - Ridership and Revenue 119


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Fiscal 2005 Board Approved 'Fare Changes

Increase peak period boarding charge of $1.20 to $1.35 $11.5


Increase 1st Tier of peak period mileage charges of $0.21 to $0.22 $2.0
Increase 2nd Tier of peak period mileage charges of $0.185 to $0.195 $1.8
Increase the max peak period fare of $3.60 to $3.90
Increase off peak fares of $1.20, $1.70 and $2.20 to $1.35, $1.85. and $2.35 $5.8
Increase pass prices proportionally with the Metrorail boarding charge.
Charge regular fare for 2am-3am Friday & Saturday Late Nights $0.1

Increase the boarding charge of $1.20 by $0.05 to $1.25


Increase the boarding charge on express bus from $2.50 to $3.00
Increase the $0.85 discount on bus-ta-rail transfers by up to $0.05 to a maximum of $0.90
Hold pass prices at current levels ($O.2)

Increase parking fee by $0.75


Increase monthly reserved parking from $35.00 to $45.00

Increase fare from $2.40 by $0.10 to $2.50. double the bus boarding charge $0.1
Charge supplemental fare for sef'.1ce beyon 3/4 mile fixed-route $0.4
Offer free transit on Metrorail and Metrobus to a companion of MetroAccess ADA eligible
persons

Retain Metrobus fares at one-half the boarding charge. rounded down to the nearest $0.05
Retain fares at one-half the peak period tare all day. max fare on Metrorail not to exceed one-
half the max fare, rounded down to the nearest $0.05.

Subtotal $29.2

120 Operating Budget - Ridership and Revenue


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Fiscal 2005 Fares and Hours
Effective June 28, 2004

METRORAIL HOURS METROBUS FARES


Opens at: $1.25 REGULAR
5:30 a.m. MON-FRJ $2.30 EXPRESS
5:00 a.m. MON-FRI (starting from October 2004) $0.60 Senior/Disabled
7:00 a.m. SAT-SUN on all Metrobuses

Closes at: Special fares


Midnight SUN-THUR $0.75 D.C. Anacostia
3:00 a.m. FRI-SAT $1.00 VA Fairfax County

METRORAIL FARES TRANSFERS


Regular (Weekdays: opening Bus to
-9:30 a.m. and 3:00 - 7:00 p.m.) Free Regular Metrobus, Ride-On, ART,
$1.35 Minimum Connect-A-Ride. DASH,
$3.90 Maximum Fairfax Connector Local &
(Applying to late night service from 2:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. Rte. 383,384,385,989
Friday and Saturday starting January 2005) $0.50 TheSus, CUE
$0.75 ART Rte. 90, George
Reduced (All other times) $1.75 Express Metrobus,
$1.35 Minimum
$1.85 Mid-range RaUto
$2.35 Maximum $0.25 TheSus, CUE, DASH,
Fairfax Connector
Senior-Disabled (All times) Local and #306
1/2 of the regular fare not to exceed $1.95. $0.35 Regular Metrobus,
ART, Connect-A-Ride,
DASH
$2.10 Express Metrobus,
METRORAIL PASSES
Fairfax Connector
$6.50 One Day #384,385,989
$22.0 7-Day Short Trip
$32.5 7-Day Fast

OTHER PASSES, METROBUS PASSES


$3.00 Regional One Day
TOKENS, TICKETS
$11.00 Weekly
$22.00 DC SmartStudent
$6.00 Weekly Senior
$6.25 DC Student tokens
$6.00 Weekly Disabled
$13.50 Adult tokens (10)
$27.00 Adult tokens (20)

FARECARDS METROACCESS
$2.50
$10.00 Senior-Disabled

PARKING FEES
Daily
$4.00 Montgomery Co.(except $3.25 at Wheaton)
$3.50 Prince Georges Co.
$3.50 District of Columbia (except $2.5 at Minnesota Av)
$3.75 Virginia

Monthly Reserve Fee


$45.00

Operating Budget - Ridership and Revenue 121


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Metrobus
• REVENUE
• EXPENSE
• STATISTICS

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Operating Budget - Metrobus 123


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124 Operating Budget - Metrobus


MetroBus Service
Fiscal 2005 Approved: $359.5 Million
Where it Comes From

Revenues $124.2

Gross Subsidy $235.3

Where it Goes
Materials & Other $18.8 Fuel $15.4

Services $12.8

Personnel $312.5

$ Millions

Operating Budget - Metrobus 125


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES - METROBUS
DISPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2002 FY2003 FY2004 FY2005


ACTUAL ACTUAL APPROVED APPROVED Change

REVENUES
Passenger $ 89,128.8 $88,538.7 $95,050.5 $98,635.5 $3,585.0
Other Passenger 2,194.1 1,490.3 2,250.0 2,920.0 670.0
Parking
Charter 1,258.6 1,658.9 1,176.3 1,176.3 0.0
Advertisi ng 14,351.9 16,100.6 15,654.5 19,674.5 4,020.0
Other 2,152.9 2,724.7 2,379.0 1,742.6 -636.4
Employee Parking 60.1 66.7 70.0 70.0 0.0

Total Revenues $109,146.4 $110,579.9 $116,580.3 $124,218.9 $ 7,638.6

EXPENSES
Personnel $264,395.5 $277,323.5 $289,252.7 $312,458.0 $ 23,205.3
Services 14,664.7 13,378.3 12,060.3 12,791.5 731.2
Materials & Supplies 28,335.0 25,294.8 25,694.2 26,114.3 420.1
Fuel & Propulsion Power 10,432.6 12,280.8 14,551.4 15,374.8 823.4
Utilities 3,839.4 5,032.8 4,122.3 4,286.6 164.3
Casualty & Liability 2,932.0 1,227.0 2,313.9 3,325.3 1,011.4
Leases & Rentals 1,762.0 1,780.6 1,557.7 1,607.2 49.5
Miscellaneous 2,275.1 1,995.2 1,711.9 1,557.2 -154.7
Preventive Maintenance -18,000.0 -18,000.0 -18,000.0 -18,000.0 0.0

Total Expenses $310,636.7 $320,313.0 $333,264.3 $359,515.0 $ 26,250.7

GROSS SUBSIDY $201,490.3 $209,733.1 $216,684.0 $235,296.1 $ 18,612.1

Gross Subsidy $201,490.3 209,733.1 $216,684.0 $235,296.1 $ 18,612.1


Plus: Debt Service

Net Local Subsidy $201,490.3 $209,733.1 $216,684.0 $235,296.1 $18,612.1

Cost Recovery Ratio 35.14% 34.52% 34.98% 34.55% -0.43%

126 Operating Budget - Metrobus


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METROBUS BUDGET SUMMARY
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2001 FY2002 FY 2003 FY2004 FY2005


Actual Actual Actual Approved Approved Change

Salarles(Total) $37,182.7 $41,691.8 $46,734.1 $44,229.3 $43,328.2 ·$901.1


Full-Time Salaries $35,830.8 $40,365.8 $45,137.7 $44,053.5 $43,617.1 ·$436.4
Temporary Salaries $317.7 $349.1 $263.0
Part Time Salaries $95.1 $74.0 $49.5 $46.2 $41.0 ·$5.1
Salary Lapse ·$1,586.0 -$1,794.6 -$20B.6
Overtime Salaries $939.3 $903.0 $1,283.9 $1,715.6 $1,464.7 ·$250.9

Wages(Total) $161,237.8 $167,513.1 $172,372.0 $182,938.7 $190,114.3 $7,175.5


Operator Wages $109,527.7 $114,565.8 $118,322.9 $122,677.5 $128,650.1 $5,972.6
Full Time Wages $46,687.0 $48,504.3 $49,618.8 $58,329.6 $59,470.9 $1,141.4
Part Time Wages $96.9 $122.6 $25.7
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -$2,344.2 -$2,426.1 -$81.8
Overtime Wages $5.023.1 $4,443.0 $4,430.3 $4,179.0 $4,296.6 $117.7

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $198,420.5 $209,204.9 $219,106.1 $227,168.0 $233,442.5 56,274.4

Fringes(Total) $51,527.5 $55,190.9 $58,217.4 $62.084.7 $79,015.6 $16,930.8


Fringe Benefits $46,412.3 $50,717.2 $56,267.3 $60.106.9 $75,623.5 $15,516.6
Other Fringe Benefits $1,671.6 $1,904.1 $1,735.3 $1,592.9 $1,482.6 -$110.3
Workers Compensation $3,443.7 $2,569.6 $214.8 $385.0 $1,909.5 $1,524.5

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $249,948.1 $264,395.9 $277,323.5 $289,252.7 $312,458.0 $23.205.3

Servlces(Total) $12,637.7 $14,664.7 $13,378.3 $12,060.3 $12,791.5 $731.3


Management Fee
Professional & Technical $4,638.4 $6,592.5 $4,238.5 $3,783.8 $4,207.8 $424.0
Temporary Help $526.3 $385.6 $273.0 $236.0 $212.7 -$23.2
Contract Maintenance $3,9B1.9 $4,177.1 $4,203.0 $3.528.9 $4,350.1 $821.2
Custodial Services $0.9
Paratranslt
Other $3,491.0 $3,509.5 $4,862.9 54,511.6 $4,020.9 ·$490.7

Materials & Supplies(Total) $25,702.4 $28,335.0 $25,294.8 $25,694.2 $26.114.3 $420.1


Fuel and Lubricants $1,098.1 $1,666.6 $1,616.2 $1,130.5 $1,732.8 $602.2
Tires $1.734.9 $2,054.2 $2,137.6 $2,283.4 $2,281.4 42.0
Other $22,869.4 $24,814.3 $21,541.0 $22,280.2 $22.100.1 ·$180.1

Fuel & Propulslon(Total) $13.751.3 $10,432.6 $12,280.8 $14.551.4 $15,374.8 $823.4


Diesel Fuel $13.751.3 $10,432.6 $10,671.8 $12,735.1 $12.862.2 $127.1
Propulsion Power
Clean Natural Gas $1.609.0 $1,816.3 $2,512.6 $696.3

Utllltles(Total) $4.446.3 $3,839.4 $5,032.8 $4.122.3 54,286.6 $164.3


Electricity and Gas $2,629.5 $2,263.4 $3,126.5 $2,484.2 $2,584.2 $100.0
Utilities • Other $1,816.8 $1,576.0 $1,906.4 $1,638.1 $1.702A $64.3

Casually & Llabflity(Tolal) $5,683.9 $2,932.0 $1,221.0 $2,313.9 $3,325.3 $1,011.4


Insurance $977.8 $1,051.8 $1,227.0 52,313.9 $1,963.9 -$350.0
Claims $4,706.1 $1,880.2 51,361.4 $1,361.4

Leases(Tolal) $1,289.6 $1,762.0 $1,780.6 $1,557.7 $1,607.2 $49.5


Property $667.2 $739.0 $636.3 $789.3 $873.5 5B4.2
Equipment $622.4 $1,023.0 $1,144.3 $768.4 $733.8 -$34.6

Miscellaneous(Total) $2,455.7 52,349.4 $2,050.7 $1,786.9 $1,632.1 -$154.8


Dues And SUbscriptions $134A $125.1 $128.2 $154.4 $190.0 $35.7
Conferences and Meetings $93.9 587.8 $131.3 $211.0 $176.6 -$34A
Business TravelIPubUc Hrg $158.0 $194.2 $2011.6 $121.5 $123.8 $2.3
Inlerview & Reloca1lon $646.9 $422.1 $97.1 $286.4 $175.2 -$111.2
Advertising $956.4 51,029.0 $1,231.8 $718.4 $715.4 -$3.0
Other $468.1 5491.2 $253.7 $295.3 $251.0 ·$44.3

Relmbursements(Total) ·$18,325.6 ·$18,074.3 ·$18,055.5 ·$18,075.0 -$18,075.0


Reimbursements .$325.6 -$74.3 -$55.5 ·$15.0 -$75.0
Preventive Maintenance ·$1B,OOO.O -$1B,OOO.O -$18,000.0 ·$18,000.0 -$18,000.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $65,641.3 $64,240.8 $42,989.6 $62,011.6 $47,051.0 -$14,954.6

TOTAL COST $297,589.4 $310,636.7 $320,313.0 $333,264.3 5359,515.0 $26,250.7

Operating Budget - Metrobus 127


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N METROBUS STATISTICS
00
For The Fiscal Years 2001 Through 2005

FY 2001 FY2002 FY 2003 FY2004 FY2005


ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL APPROVED APPROVED
STATISTICS:

Total Bus Miles (ODDs) 45,004 48.445 51,047 49.952 48.819

Scheduled (budget) Bus Miles (OOOs) 44,573 46.478 50,917 48.763 47.639

"Total Passengers (OOOs) 145,540 147,771 147,887 149.600 148,638

Bus Fleet Size (Year End) 1A30 1.442 1.463 1.451 1.421

Total Passenger Revenue (OOOs) $93,046 $91,323 $90,029 $97,301 $98,635

Total Operating Revenue (DaDs) $110.608 $109.146 $110,580 $116,580 $124,219

Total Operating Net Expenses (ODDs) $297.589 $328.637 $320.313 $333,264 $359.515

Total Operating Assistance (ODDs) $186.981 $219.490 $209,733 $216,684 $235,296

RATIOS:
Operating Cost Per Total Bus Mile 6.61 6.78 6.27 6.67 7.36
0
~
G PassengemPerBus 101.78 102.48 101.08 103.10 104.60
;c-+
Passengers Per Scheduled Bus Mile 3.27 3.18 2.90 3.07 3.-12

OQ
Operating Cost Per Passenger $2.04 $2.22 $2.17 $2.23 $2.42
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s=
0.. Operating Subsidy Per Passenger $1.28 $1.49 $1.42 $1.45 $1.58
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* ... Average Passenger Fare $0.64 $0.62 $0.61 $0.65 $0.66
I
~
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Percentage of Operating Cost Recovered from Passenger Revenues 31.3 Qk 21.80/0 28.10/0 29.20/0 27.40/0
r::t
0 Percentage of Operating Cost Recovered from aU Operating Revenues 37.2°,'a 33.2% 34.50/0 35.0% 34.60/0
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FISCAL 2005
ACTIVE BUS FLEET

MAXIMUM
SCHEDULED TOTAL ACTIVE
FLEET FLEET
Fiscal 2003 End of Year (Actual) 1.198 1A21
-FY 04 Misc. Service Adjustments
Fiscal 2005 End of Year 1,198 1,421

AVERAGE AGE
END OF FISCAL YEAR 2005

NUMBER OF AVERAGE
MANUFACTURER YEAR BUSES AGE
METRO FLXIBLE 1986 47 18
METRO FLXIBlE 1987 54 17
METRO FLXIBLE 1988 60 16
METRO FLXIBLE 1989 171 15
METRO FLXIBLE 1990 35 14
ORION 1992 59 12
METRO FLXIBLE 1993 84 11
METRO FLXIBLE 1994 139 10
IKARUS 1995 43 9
ORION (IV) 1997 263 7
ORION (II) 1999 40 5
ORION (II) 2000 2 4
ORION V) 2000 132 4
ORION (VI) 2000 99 4
New (TAGS) 2001 4 3
NEWCNG 2002 164 2
NEOPLAN 2003 21 1
Thomas 2004 ~ 1
TOTAL 1,421 8.5

Operating Budget - Metrobus 129


Bus Fleet Size By Garage
Fiscal Years 2004 and 2005

Fiscal 2004 Fiscal 2005


Maximum Maximum
Scheduled Total Scheduled Total
Fleet Fleet Fleet Fleet Spare Ratio
Bladensburg 209 237 204 230 12.7%
Southeastern 67 83 81 108 33.3%
Northern 129 158 125 158 26.4%
Western 120 138 114 132 15.8%
Southern Avenue Annex 108 123 85 100 17.60/0
Arlington 69 79 70 83 18.6%
Four Mile Run 174 205 171 199 16.4%
Royal 73 83 73 83 13.7%
Landover 138 158 139 166 19.4%
Montgomery 162 187 136 162 19.1%

SYSTEM TOTAL 1,249 1,451 1,198 1,421 18.6%

Maximum Scheduled Fleet Includes 25 Strategic Buses

130 Operating Budget - Metrobus


COMPARISON OF BUS MILES OPERATED
FISCAL YEARS 2004 THROUGH 2005

FY 2004 FY 2005
APPROVED APPROVED
Total Scheduled 48,762,832 47,639.304

Strategic 340,000 340.000


Sub-Contract 120,000 130,300
Special Service 100,000 100,000
Change-Ofts 280,000 260,964
Yard Work 453,746 453,746
Missed Trips (105,000) (105,000)

Total Unscheduled 1,188.746 1,180,010

TOTAL MILES 49,951,578 48,819,314

Estimated Articulated Bus 2,597,410 2,597,410


included in above

Estimated DC Circulator 375,000


miles included in above

Operating Budget - Metrobus 131


DEPARTMENT OF BUS SERVICE
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
BUS OPERATORS' PAY HOURS

FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


ACTUAL APPROVED APPROVED
SCHEDULED HOURS
FULL TIME OPERATORS·* 4,036,875 4,453,356 4,453,584
PART TIME OPERATORS
SUBTOTA~SCHEDULED 4,036,875 4,453,356 4,453,584

UNSCHEDULED HOURS
GUARANTEE· 47.864 47,864
STRATEGIC* 79.253 79,253
OVERTIME/EXTRA SERVICE* 683,502 130.750 117,185
UTILITY 139,202 111,411 112.786
STANDING EXTRA 30.894 34.708 33,501
SUBCONTRACT CHARTER 29.182 22.700 27,000
MISCELLANEOUS 49,491 61.325 53.704
TRAININGIINSTRUCTION 121,426 206.967 156,125
SUBTOTA~UNSCHEDULED 1,053,697 694,978 627,418

HOURS FOR PAID LEAVE


VACATION 373.507 380,113 371,847
SICK 180.785 238.588 211.099
HOLIDAY 174,041 211,310 224,880
FUNERAUOTHER 11,633 12,004 12,163
SUBTOTAL-PAID LEAVE 739,966 842,015 819.989

TOTAL PAY HOURS 5,830.538 5.990,349 5,900,991

*FY03 actuals are included in OT Extra Service.


**FY05 includes 59,513 payhours estimated to operate one-half year of the DC Circulator service.

132 Operating Budget - Metrobus


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METROBUS ROUTE SUMMARY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET

Annual Platform Hours


Total Service Total Service
Routes of Regional Significance FY2004 FY2005
District of Columbia 1,514,561 1,498,488
Maryland 805,861 785,163
Virginia 657 346
1 669,191

Totals for Regional: 2,977,768 2,952,841

Annual Platform Hours


Total Service Total Service
Non-Regional Routes FY2004 . FY2005
District of Columbia 382,805 431,891
Maryland 334,383 336,210
Virginia 112,629 118.660

Totals for Non-Regional: 829,817 886,761

Annual Platform Hours


Total Service Total Service
Reimbursable Routes FY2004 FY2005
District of Columbia 4,713 5.694
Maryland 69,179 42,315
Virginia 36,014 27,678

Totals for Reimbursable: 109,906 75,687

ITOTAL FOR FISCAL 2005 3,917,491 I 3,915,2891

Operating Budget - Metrobus 133


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Fiscal 2005 Budget Summary
Regional/Non-Regional Costs

Metrobus service is designated by route as either regional or non-regional. The


factors used in determining whether a route is considered regional or non-
regional include: the alignment of inter-jurisdictional routes, routes operating on
arterial streets, routes that serve specific regional activity centers, and route cost
effectiveness. These criteria effectively allow for a delineation of all Metrobus
service into the categories of regional or non-regional routes, and the results are
displayed by jurisdiction and by route on the following pages.

This splitting of the Metrobus route system into regional and non-regional routes
leads to an allocation of Metrobus operating costs into these same categories.
The fiscal 2005 budget for Metrobus operating expenses (excluding
demonstration and reimbursable bus service) is proposed at $359.5 million,
which represents the base of costs to be allocated between the categories of
regional and non-regional. A marginal cost analysis has been completed
whereby those Metrobus costs associated with the production of regional service
have been identified and segregated into a regional classification. The remaining
costs are therefore, by definition, non-regional.

To measure costs on a unit basis, platform hours are divided into the regional
and non-regional costs. Platform hours are measured from the time a bus leaves
a garage until it returns to a garage, and are associated with trips that are regular
(in-service) trips and non-revenue (deadhead) trips. The following table identifies
the unit costs for bus service as proposed in the fiscal 2005 budget.

Hours Budget Hour

Regional 2,952,841 $ 292,200,972 $ 98.96


Non-Regional 886,761 $ 67,314,028 $ 75.91
Total 3,839,602 $ 359,515,000

Note: Figures do not contain platform hours or bUdgeted costs for demonstration and/or
reimbursable bus service.

134 Operating Budget - Metrobus


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METROBUS REGIONAL AND NON·REGIONAL ROUTE SUMMARY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET

REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOURS


TOTAL ADDITIONAL
DISTRICT OF SERVICE SERVICE
COLUMBIA ROUTES LINE NAME FY2004 CHANGES !QIAb
42 MTPLEASANT 60,956 1,763 62,719
62 TAKOMA·PETWORTH 19,494 (259) 19,235
80 NORTH CAPITOL 8T 57,530 (1,037) 56,493
94 STANTON RD 12,359 28 12,387
30,32,34,35,36 PENNSYLVANIA AVE 158.602 (53) 158,549
52,53,54 14TH ST 90,213 (38) 90,175
5A DISTRICT·DULLES AIRPORT 15.053 (44) 15,009
60,64 FORT TOTTEN-PETWORTH 20,509 (150) 20,360
66,68 PETWORTH·11 TH ST 32,126 (600) 31,526
70,71 GEORGIA AVE-7TH 5T 92,431 24 92,455
90,92,93 U ST-GARFIELD 108,516 (93) 108,423
96,97 EAST CAPITOL ST-CARDOZO 48,442 784 49,226
A2,3,6,7,8,42.46,48 ANACOSTIA·CONGRESS HEIGHTS 83,942 (7,183) 76.759
M,AS ANACOSTIA·FORT DRUM 23,396 1,121 24,517
A9 SOUTH CAPITOL ST 7,623 (1,230) 6,393
B2 BLADENSBURG RD-ANACOSTIA 54.278 170 54.448
01,3,6 SIBLEY HOSPITAL·STADIUM/ARMORY 66,755 (226) 66,529
05 MACARTHUR BLVD·GEORGETOWN 3.863 108 3.971
E2,E3,E4 MILITARY RD-CROSSTOWN 46,271 (494) 45.777
G2 P ST-LEDROIT PARK 24,867 332 25,199
G8 RHODE ISLAND AVE 35,665 (1,150) 34.515
H1 BROOKLAND-POTOMAC PARK 5,373 (265) 5.108
H2, H3,H4 CROSSTOWN 51,597 (835) 50,762
L1,L2,L4 CONNECTICUT AVE 41,042 (539) 40.503
N2,N3,N4,N6 MASSACHUSETTS AVE 41,437 (520) 40,917
N22 NAVY YARD SHUTTLE 16,377 (1,899) 14,478
51 16TH ST-POTOMAC PARK 10,156 (16) 10,140
52,84 16TH ST 106,609 (279) 106,330
U2 MINNESOTA AVE-ANACOSTIA 11,794 (47) 11,747
V5 FAIRFAX VllLAGE-l'ENFANT PlAZA 5,909 (480) 5,429
V7,V6,V9 MINNESOTA AVE·M ST 45,030 (2,040) 42,990
W4 DEANWOOD-ALABAMA AVE 41,569 (1,185) 40,384
W9 DEFENSE FACILITIES SHUTTlE 3,105 63 3,168
X1, X3 BENNING RD 9,707 79 9,786
X2 BENNING RD-H ST 61,965 117 62,082

TOTAL D.C. REGIONAL 1,514,561 (16,073) 1,498.488

Operating Budget - Metrobus 135


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METROBUS REGIONAL AND NON·REGIONAL ROUTE SUMMARY
FISCAL 20015 APPROVED BUDGET

NON·REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOURS


TOTAL ADDITIONAL
DISTRICT OF SERVICE SERVICE
COLUMBIA ROUTES LINE NAME FY2004 CHANGES TOTAL

98 WOODLEY PARK-ADAMS MORGAN·U ST LOOP 7,405 (1.046) 6,359


B8,89 FORT LINCOLN SHUTILE 6,129 164 6.293
02 GLOVER PARK-DUPONT CIRCLE 18.232 (168) 18.064
04 IVY CITY·UNION STATION 16,784 185 16,969
08 HOSPITAL CENTER 36.181 (665) 35,516
E6 CHEVY CHASE 5,574 81 5,655
H5,H7 MT. PLEASANT·ADAMS MORGAN 5,501 (22) 5,479
H6 BROOKLAND·FORT LINCOLN LOOP 18,971 (120) 18,851
H8,H9 PARK RD-BROOKLAND 29,595 (122) 29,473
K2 TAKOMA·FORT TOTTEN 5,889 (23) 5,866
M2 FAIRFAX VILLAGE·NAYLOR ROAD 1,986 (8) 1.978
M4 NEBRASKA AVE 10,778 (43) 10,735
M6 FAIRFAX VILLAGE 12,228 (165) 12,063
M8,M9 CONGRESS HEIGHTS SHUTTLE 7,830 (31) 7,799
N8 VAN NESS·WESLEY HEIGHTS LOOP 11,650 (32) 11,618
P1,P2,P6 ANACOSTIA·ECKINGTON 40,618 (659) 39,959
U4 SHERIFF RD-RIVER TERRACE 11,881 (235) 11,646
U5,U6 MAYFAIR-MARSHALL HEIGHTS 25,153 393 25,546
U8 CAPITOL HEIGHTS·8ENNING HEIGHTS 30,075 71 30.146
W2,W3 S.E. COMMUNITY HOSPITAL·ANACOSTIA 37,226 (1,367) 35,859
W6,W8 GARFIELD-ANACOSTIA LOOP 28,987 (906) 28,081
X8 MARYLAND AVE 8,051 547 8,598
SCHOOL (VARIOUS) Various 6,081 1 6,082
DC Circulator ... 53,256 53.256

TOTAL DC NON·REGIONAL 382,805 49,086 431,891

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METROBUS REGIONAL AND NON·REGIONAL ROUTE SUMMARY
FISCAL 2006 APPROVED BUDGET

REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOURS


TOTAL ADDITIONAL
SERVICE SERVICE
MARYLAND ROUTES LINE NAME ~ CHANGES TOTAL

14A,B BETHESDA·TYSONS EXPRESS 6,620 (6,620)


14C.D LAKEFOREST-TYSONS EXPRESS 6,917 (6,917)
81,82,83,86 COLLEGE PARK 49,859 (659) 49,200
84,85 RHODE ISLAND AVE·NEW CARROLLTON 16,889 (32) 16,857
A11,A12,A15 M L KING JR HWY 39,909 (1,276) 38,633
C2,C4 GREENBELT·TWINBROOK 81,952 471 82,423
C7,C9 GREENBELT·GLENMONT 8,585 (34) 8,531
C8 COLLEGE PARK-WHITE FLINT 18,795 5 18,800
C",C13 CLINTON 4,717 (86) 4,631
C12,C14 HILLCREST HEIGHTS 10,304 27 10,331
012,013,014 OXON HILL·SUITLAND 43,930 288 44,218
Ff,F2 CHILLUM RD 22,799 198 22,997
F4.F6 PRINCE GEORGE'S·SILVER SPRING 50,892 211 51,103
H1',12,'3 MARLOW HEIGHTS-TEMPLE HILLS 16,221 (693) 15,528
J1,J2,J3 BETHESDA·SILVER SPRING 57,261 2,516 59.777
K6 NEW HAMPSHIRE AVE-MARYLAND 39,800 (1,595) 38,205
K1',K12,K13 FORESTVILLE 18,997 2,834 21,831
Nl1.N13 BRANCH AVE·KING ST EXPRESS 6,154 (6,154)
Pt2 EASTOVER·ADDISON RD 42,886 357 43,243
P17,18,19 OXON HILL·FORT WASHINGTON 19,228 (1,038) 18,190
02 VEIRS MILL RD 65,390 (666) 64,724
R1,2.5 RIGGSRD 24,888 79 24,967
T18 ANNAPOLIS RD 22,109 (784) 21.325
V11,V12 DISTRICT HEIGHTS-SUITLAND 18,004 (69) 15,935
W13,W14 BOCK ROAD 11,315 236 11,551
W15.17 INDIAN HEAD HWY 9,962 399 10,361
Y5,7,6,9 GEORGIA AVE-MARYLAND 58.476 (1,916) 56,560
Z8 FAIRLAND 35,022 219 35,241

TOTAL MARYLAND REGIONAL 805.861 (20,698) 785,183

NON·REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOVRS


TOTAL ADDITIONAL
SERVICE SERVICE
MARYLAND ROUTES LINE NAME FY2004 CHANGES TOTAl.

87,88 LAUREL EXPRESS 9,417 (37) 9,3BO


89.89M LAUREL 7,636 (31) 7,605
B21.B22 BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY 7,162 (21) 7,141
B24, 825 BOWIE·BELAIR 9,306 (37) 9,269
B27 BOWIE-NEW CARROLLTON 3,473 (14) 3,459
C21.22,25,26,29 CENTRAL AVENUE 25,869 (27) 25,842
C28 POINTER RIDGE 6,028 (24) 6,004
F12 ARDWICK INDUSTRIAL PARK SHUTTLE 6,431 (25) 6.406
F13 CHEVERLY-WASH BUSINESS PARK 8.739 (37) 8,702
F14 SHERIFF RD-CAPITOL HEIGHTS 20,141 21 20.162
FB PRINCE GEORGE'S-LANGLEY PARK 16,777 1,264 18,041
J11,12,13,14,15 MARLBORO PIKE 17,644 (1.078) 16,566
J5 TWrNBROOK·SILVER SPRING 4,032 (16) 4.016
J8,9 1·270 EXPRESS 7,540 95 7.635
L7,L8 CONNECTICUT AVE·MARYLAND 21,987 666 22,653
R12 KENILWORTH AVE·NEW CARROLLTON 23,615 41 23,656
R3 GREENBELT·FORT TOTTEN 14,892 (51) 14,841
R4 QUEENS CHAPEL RD 12,136 (57) 12.079
T2 RIVER RO 19,908 (79) 19,829
T16,11 GREENBELT 17,214 9 17,223
V14,15 DISTRICT HEIGHTS·SEAT PLEASANT 17,022 (8) 17,014
Z1,4 GLENMONT·SILVER SPRING 10,294 (41) 10,253
Z1'.'3 BRIGGS CHANEY PARK & RIDE EXPRESS 13,016 104 13,120
Z2 COLESVILLE RD 16,022 (63) 15,959
23,5 COLESVILLE-FAIRLAND EXPRESS 5,776 173 5,949
27,17 OLD COLUMBIA PIKE EXPRESS 4,103 (996) 3,107
Z9.29 BURTONSVILLE·LAUREL EXPRESS 8,203 2,096 10.299

TOTAL MARYLAND NON-REGIONAL 334,383 1,827 338,210

Operating Budget - Metrobus 137


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METROBUS REGIONAL AND NON·REGIONAL ROUTE SUMMARY
FISCAL 2006 APPROVED BUDGET

REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOURS


TOTAL ADDITIONAl.
SERVICE SERVice
VIRGINIA ROUTES L.INENAME ~ CHANGES !QIab

10AE HUNTING TOWERS-PENTAGON 23,262 61 23.323


108 HUNTING TOWERS·BALLSTON 30,210 (555) 29.655
10P MT. VERNON AVE.·POTOMAC YARD-CRYSTAL CITY 7,479 (29) 7,450
11P HUNTING TOWERS-POTOMAC YARD-CRYSTAL CITY 9,374 (1,824) 7.550
11Y MT VERNON EXPRESS 3.974 225 4,199
13ABFG NAT AIRPORT·PENTAGON·WASHINGTON 17,334 (125) 17,209
15Kl CHAIN BRIDGE ROAD 10,329 25 10,354
16ABDEFJ COLUMBIA PIKE 54,557 (787) 53,770
16GHKW COLUMBIA HEIGHTS WEST· PENTAGON CITY 33,422 33,422
16l ANNANDALE-SKYLINE CITY·PENTAGON 1,595 (6) 1,589
16S,U,W,X# SHIRLINGTON·PENTAGON 11,761 (11,761)
16Y COLUMBIA PIKE - FARRAGUT SQUARE 3,193 2,045 5,238
1BCDEFZ WILSON BLVD·FAIRFAX 41.521 (401) 41,120
22A WALKER CHAPEl·PENTAGON 21.836 (9.148) 12.688
23AC MCLEAN-CRYSTAL CITY 43,617 43 43,660
24P BALLSTON·PENTAGON 7,967 (213) 7,754
25AFGJPR BALLSTON·BRADLEE PENTAGON 19,106 (76) 19,030
25B LANDMARK·BALLSTON 14,889 121 15,010
28AB ALEXANDRIA-TYSONS CORNER 37,932 67 37,999
28FG SKYLINE CITY 4,372 83 4,455
28T TYSONS CORNER·WEST FALLS CHURCH 9,543 (38) 9,505
29CEGHX ANNANDALE 20.26B (12) 20,256
29KN AlEXANDRIA·FAIRFAX 19.146 64 19,210
2A8CG WASHINGTON BLVD 35.626 102 35.728
2T TYSONS CORNER·DUNN LORING 13,955 (76) 13,879
38B BALLSTON·FARRAGUT SQUARE 24,553 459 25,012
3ABE LEEHWY 29,266 (93) 29,173
3T PIMMIT HILLS 16,482 341 16.823
4ABEHS PERSHING DR·ARLINGTON BLVD 23,353 (139) 23,214
7ABCDEFHPWX LINCOLNlA-NORTH FAIRLINGTON 40.788 930 41,718
8SWXZ FOXCHASE-SEMINARY VALLEY 12.532 (115) 12,417
9AE RICHMOND HIGHWAY 47,526 (747) 46779.4

TOTAl. VIRGINIA REGIONAl. 657,346 11,845 689,191

NON·REGIONAL ROUTES

ANNUAL PLATFORM HOURS


TOTAL ADDITIONAL
SERVICE SERVICE
VIRGINIA ROUTES LINE NAME FY2DD4 CHANGES TOTAL

12CD CENTREVillE NORTH 4.448 (18) 4,430


12EF CENTREVILLE SOUTH 7,346 (37) 7,309
12lM LITTLE ROCKY RUN-VIENNA 4,239 (17) 4,222
12RS SULLY STATION·VIENNA 7,673 (0) 7,673
17A8FM KINGS PARK 13.074 (27) 13.047
17GHKL KINGS PARK EXPRESS 20.959 (83) 20.876
18EF SPRINGFIELD 4.327 (17) 4.310
18GHJ ORANGE HUNT 9,279 (37) 9.242
18PRS BURKE CENTRE 17,010 (68) 16.943
20FWXY CHANTlLLY·GREENBRIAR 6,985 (27) 6,958
21ABCDF LANDMARK·PENTAGON 11,448 (45) 11,403
22B PENTAGON·ARMY NAVY DRIVE-SHIRLEY PARK 6,431 6,431
24T MCLEAN HAMLET-EAST FALLS CHURCH 3,624 (15) 3,609
2W VIENNA-OAKTON 2,218 (9) 2,209

TOTAL VIRGINIA NON-REGIONAL 112,630 6.030 118,660

138 Operating Budget - Metrobus


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
Charter Budget Summary
Displayed by Account Category
(Dollars in Thousands)

FY2002 FY2OO3 FY2004 FY2005


Actual Actual Approved Approved Change
REVENUES
Passenger $1,291.9 $1,658.9 $1,176.3 $1,176.3 $0.0

Total Revenues $1,291.9 $1.658.9 $1,176.3 $1,176.3 $0.0

EXPENSES
Personnel $742.2 $976.7 $752.2 $774.8 $22.6
Services $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Materials & Supplies $44.4 $53.5 $45.7 $55.1 $9.4
Fuel & Propulsion Power $24.9 $28.2 $25.7 $37.0 $11.3
Utilities $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Casualty & Liability $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Lease & Rentals $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Miscellaneous $0.5 $0.4 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0

Total Expenses $812.1 $1.058.8 $823.6 $866.8 $43.2

GROSS SUBSIDY ($479.8) ($600.1) ($352.7) ($309.5) $43.2

Net Local Subsidy ($479.8) ($600.1) ($352.7) ($309.5) $43.2

Operating Budget - Metrobus 139


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
FY2005 Approved Budget
Charter Contract Operations Indicators

FY2003 FY2004 FY200S


Actual Approved Approved

Scheduled Contract Bus Miles 15,196 12,000 13,030 1,030


Sub~Contract Bus Miles 115,107 108,000 117,270 9,270

Total Bus Miles 130,303 120,000 130.300 10.300

Bus Operator Pay Hours 17.171 14,000 17.500 3.500

Total Revenues $ 1,658.9 $ 1,176.3 $ 1,176.3 $


Total Operating Cost $ 1,058.8 $ 823.6 $ 866.8 $ 43.2

Operating Galn/(Loss) $ 600.1 $ 352.7 $ 309.5 $ (43.2)

140 Operating Budget - Metrobus


Metrorail
• REVENUE
• EXPENSE
• STATISTICS

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Operating Budget - Metrorail 141


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142 Operating-Budget - Metrorail


MetroRail Service
Fiscal 2005 Approved: $532.5 Million

Where it Comes From


Revenues $413.3

Gross Subsidy $119.2

Where it Goes
Other $26.6

Propulsion $33.0

Materials $37.3

Services $32.7

$ Millions

Operating Budget - Metrorail 143


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES - METRORAIL
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


~ Actual Actual Approved Approved Change
REVENUES
Passenger $275,435.3 $284,054.2 $292.800.8 $329,619.6 $356,310.3 $26,690.8
Other Passenger 1,203.5 857.0 1.971.0 1,000.0 1,330.0 330.0
Parking 10,432.5 12,156.9 13,039.0 21,306.2 31,806.2 10.500.0
Advertising 5,662.0 5,658.0 6,912.6 7,545.5 9,325.5 1.780.0
Joint Development 5,498.1 5.786.2 5,491.7 4,219.9 6.219.9 2,000.0
Other 2,152.5 1,798.4 2,692.1 1,534.4 1.031.8 -502.7
Employee Parking 61.5 65.1 66.7 70.0 70.0
Interest 1,040.7 -220.4 77.4 684.5 156.2 -528.3
Fiber Optics 6.759.6 6.749.9 7.608.9 2,500.0 7.000.0 4.500.0

Total Revenues $308,245.6 $316,905.3 $330.660.3 $368,480.1 $413,249.9 $44,769.8

EXPENSES
Personnel $314,055.3 $336,193.7 $360.830.3 $376,368.1 $402,912.7 $26,544.6
Services 20,761.6 30.015.6 28,357.1 32,264.7 32,690.8 426.2
Materials & Supplies 32,753.0 33.312.5 30.984.7 33.321.5 37,303.2 3,981.7
Fuel & Propulsion Power 27,216.9 26.690.2 27,139.6 30,089.6 33,026.7 2,937.1
Utilities 17,257.3 16.319.4 17,995.4 19,379.8 20,811.6 1,431.9
Casualty & Liability 3,137.1 2,476.6 1,782.0 5,365.3 5,955.9 590.6
Leases & Rentals 1,964.7 2,561.1 2,595.0 2,581.0 2,670.7 89.7
Miscellaneous -33.5 -20.1 -955.1 -442.9 -200.1 242.8
Preventive Maintenance ·1,400.4 -700.0 -500.0 0.0 -2.700.0 ·2,700.0

Total Expenses $415,711.9 $446.849.1 $468,229.0 $498,926.9 $532,471.5 $33,544.6

GROSS SUBSIDY $107.466.4 $129.943.7 $137.568.8 $130.446.9 $119,221.6 -$11,225.3

Gross Subsidy $107,466.4 $129.943.7 $137,568.8 $130,446.9 $119.221.6 -$11,225.3


Plus: Debt Service 27,484.2 27,484.2 27.484.2 27,484.2 27,484.2 0.0

Net Local Subsidy $134.950.5 $157.427.9 $165,052.9 $157,931.0 $146.705.8 -$11,225.2

Cost Recovery Ratio 74.15% 70.92% 70.62% 73.85% 77.61% 3.76%

144 Operating Budget - Metrorail


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METRORAIL BUDGET SUMMARY
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY2001 FY 2002 FY2003 FY2004 FY 2005


&1IW &ll.w.I ~ ~ ~ ~

Salarles(Total) $84,433.5 $92,552.4 $98,716.9 $101,028.6 $103,760.0 52,731.4


Full-Time Salaries $76,335.6 $83,845.5 $89,918.7 $98,678.4 $102,718.9 $4,040.5
Temporary Salaries $651.4 $648.9 $942.3
Part Time Salaries $81.1 $66.8 $121.2 $67.7 $67.5 -$0.1
Salary lapse -$3,106.2 -$3,582.4 -$476.2
Overtime Salaries $7,365.4 $7,991.3 $7,734.7 $5,388.8 $4,556.0 -$832.8

Wages(Total) $164,992.6 $174,331.7 $185.804.2 $193,018.5 $198,014.8 $4.996.2


Operator Wages $52,258.4 $55,736.0 $58,042.9 $60,119.7 $63,467.8 $3.348.1
Full Time Wages $100.284.1 $109,758.5 5116.635.4 $127,850.8 $131,289.5 $3,438.7
Part Time Wages $153.8 $87.9 -$65.9
Temporary Wages
Wage Lapse -S5,032.2 -$5,560.9 -$528.7
Overtime Wages $12,450.2 S8,837.2 $11,125.9 $9.926.4 $8,730.5 -$1,196.0

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $249,426.1 $266,884.1 $284,521.1 $294,047.2 $301.774.8 $7,727.6

Frlnges(Total) $64,629.2 $69.309.5 $76,309.3 $82,320.9 $101,137.9 $18,817.0


Fringe Benefits $59,267.9 $65,218.0 $74,172.9 $80,041.5 $97,786.9 $17,745.4
Other Fringe Benefits $1.963.1 $1.930.6 $1,921.5 $1,564.4 $1,562.5 -$1.9
Workers Compensation $3,398.2 $2,160.9 $214.8 $715.0 $1,788.5 $1,073.5

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $314.055.3 $336,193.7 $360.830.3 $376,368.1 $402.912.7 $26,544.6

Services(Total) $20,761.6 $30.015.6 $28,357.1 $32,264.7 $32,690.8 $426.2


Management Fee $2,330.7 $3.379.0 $3,007.4 $2,763.0 $2,721.0 -$42.0
Professional & Technical $5,487.5 $6.320.8 $6,486.9 $6.587.1 $7.387.9 $800.8
Temporary Help $927.5 $886.4 $723.3 $908.2 $885.6 -$22.6
Contract Maintenance $8,026.3 $13.013.2 $13,941.8 $15,319.6 $15,250.2 -$69.4
Custodial Services $1.0 $1.2 $3.7 $0.6 $0.6
Paratransit
Other $3,988.5 $6.415.0 $4,194.0 $6,686.2 $6,445.5 -$240.7

Materials & Suppl/es(Total) $32,753.0 $33,312.5 $30,984.7 $33,321.5 $37,303.2 $3,981.7


Fuel and Lubricants $612.6 $534.8 $638.0 $881.3 $858.7 -$22.5
Tires $28.4 $45.2 $74.8 $87.8 $87.8
Other $32,112.0 $32,732.6 $30,271.9 $32,352.5 $36,356.7 $4,004.2

Fuel & Propulslon(Total) $27.216.9 $26,690.2 $27,139.6 $30,089.6 $33,026.7 $2,937.1


Diesel Fuel $1.4 -$0.8 -S7.7 $3.3 -$3.3
Propulsion Power $27,215.5 $26,691.0 $27.147.3 $30,086.3 $33,026.7 $2,940.4
Clean Natural Gas

Utllitles(Total) $17.257.3 $16,319.4 $17,995.4 $19.379.8 $20.811.6 $1,431.9


Electricity and Gas $14.103.8 $13,076.7 $14.098.4 $14,899.0 $16,126.0 $1.226.9
Utilities - Other $3.153.5 $3,242.7 $3,897.0 $4,480.7 $4,685.7 $204.9

Casualty & L1ablllty(Total) $3,137.1 $2,476.6 $1,782.0 $5,365.3 $5,955.9 $590.6


Insurance $979.6 $1,020.4 $1,782.0 $5.365.3 $5,715.3 $350.0
Claims $2.157.5 $1.456.2 $240.6 $240.6

Leases(Total) $1,964.7 $2,561.1 $2,595.0 $2.581.0 $2,670.7 $89.7


Property $305.9 $744.2 $387.8 $332.7 $481.9 $149.1
Vehicles
Equipment $1,658.9 $1.816.8 $2,207.2 $2,248.2 $2.188.8 -$59.4

Miscellaneous(Total) $3.321.6 $2,916.8 $2,482.6 $3,004.1 $2.756.5 -$247.6


Dues And Subscriptions $242.3 $228.6 $198.3 $281.6 $343.7 $62.1
Conferences and Meetings $126.2 $170.9 $169.4 $360.0 $285.2 -$74.7
Business Travel/Public HrQ $338.1 $399.9 $456.0 $318.0 $323.0 $5.0
Interview & Relocation $595.4 $436.8 $242.2 $450.6 $276.1 -$174.5
Tolls
Advertising $1,118.5 $1,053.9 $1,101.1 $1.230.5 $1,085.5 -$145.0
Other $901.1 $626.7 $315.6 $363.4 $442.9 $79.5

Reimbursements(Total) -$4,755.5 -$3,636.8 -$3.937.7 -$3,447.0 -$5,656.6 -$2,209.6


Reimbursements -2,055.5 -936.8 -1,231.7 -747.0- -2,956.6 -2,209.6
Preventive Maintenance -2,700.0 -2,700.0 -2,700.0 -2,700.0 -2,700.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $101.656.6 5110,655.4 $107,398.7 $122.558.9 $129,558.8 $7.000.0

TOTAL COST $415.711.9 $446,849.1 $468,229.0 $498.926.9 $532,471.5 $33,544.6

Operating Budget - Metrorail 145


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~ METRORAIL STATISTICS
0\
For The Fiscal Years 1999 Through 2005

FY 1999 FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL APPROVED APPROVED

STATISTICS:
Total Railcar Miles (0005) 50.394 51.298 56.399 57,200 58.683 65.091 65.892

Revenue Railcar Miles (OOOs) 48,794 49.698 54.799 55.800 56,470 63.491 64,292

Total Passengers (OOOs) 155.103 163.274 177.268 180,573 184.364 189.200 193.851

Total Passenger Revenue (OOOs) $247.992 $256.833 $276.639 $284.911 $292.801 $329.620 $356.310

otal Operating Revenue (OOOs) $273.629 $283.927 $308,246 $316.905 $330.660 $368,480 $413.250

olal Operating Net Expense (OOOS) $367.470 $392,056 $415,712 $446,849.1 $468.229 $498,927 $532.472

Total Operating Assistance (0005) $93.841 $108.129 $107.466 $129.944 $137.569 $130,447 $119.222

RATIOS:

~
CD
Passengers Per Revenue Railcar Mile 3.18 3.29 3.23 3.24 3.26 2.98 3.02
.....
e1.
Er Operating Cost Per Total Railcar Mile
(JQ
$7.29 $7.64 $7.37 $7.81 $7.98 $7.67 $8.08

tt1 Operating Cost Per Passenger $2.37 $2.40 $2.35 $2.47 $2.54 $2.64 $2.75
6.
(JQ
(1)
Operaling Subsidy Per Passenger $0.61 $0.66 $0.61 $0.72 $0.75 $0.69 $0.62
"'I
~
n
verage Passenger Fare $1.60 $1.57 $1.56 $1.58 $1.59 $1.74 $1.84
~
0
;;J Percentage of Operating Cost Recovered from Passenger Revenues
..... 67.5% 65.50/0 66.5°/0 63.8% 62.5% 66.1% 66.9%
.....
Percentage of Operating Cost Recovered from all Operating Revenues 74.5% 72.4% 74.1°/0 70.9% 70.6% 73.9% 77.6%
PAYHOURS
RAil OPERATORS AND STATION MANAGERS
FISCAL 2005

Scheduled (straight + OT) 908,239 $24.56 $22,306,350


Start Up 18,160 $24.56 $446,010
Interlocking Pay Hours 72,300 $27.82 $2,011,386
Subtotal: 998,699 $24,763,745

Scheduled Overtime 130,000 $24.56 $3,192,800


Standing Extra 900 $24.56 $22,104
Utility 50,000 $28.15 $1,407,411
Training 37,000 $24.56 $908,720
Retraining 26,000 $24.56 $638,560
Misc. 6,500 $24.56 $159,640
Funeral/Other 1,800 $24.56 $44,208
Vacation 110,000 $24.56 $2,701,600
Sick 34,000 $24.56 $835,040
Holiday 38,000 $24.56 $933,280
Subtotal: 434,200 $10,843,363

Total: 1,432,899 $24.8 $35,607,108

Scheduled FIT 865,189 $23.67 $20,479,024


Scheduled PIT (1) 28,511 $24.45 $697,086
Start-up Pay Hours 4,000 $24.45 97800
Subtotal: 897,700 $21,273,910

Scheduled Overtime 73,000 $23.67 $1,727,910


Standing Extra 1,000 $23.67 $23,670
Utility 12,500 $27.13 $339,102
Training 16,500 $23.67 $390,555
Retraining 9,600 $23.67 $227,232
Misc. 4,200 $23.67 $99,414
Funeral/Other 2,000 $23.67 $47,340
Vacation 101,000 $23.67 $2,390,670
Sick 35,000 $23.67 $828,450
Holiday 37,500 $23.67 887625
Subtotal: 292,300 $6,961,968

Total: 1,190,000 $23.73 $28,235,878

GRAND TOTAL $63,842,986


(1J Maximum 30 hours work week

Operating Budget - Metrorail 147


RAIL CAR MILES
APPROVED FISCAL 2005

FISCAL 2004 FISCAL 2005

Red Line 25,323,602 25,282,662


Blue Line 9,886,145 10,768,707
Orange Line 13,427,899 13,406,191
Yellow Line 4,016,003 4,009,510
Green Line 8,301,911 8,288,490
Mel Arena 1,711,283 1,711,283
Ridership Pattern 325,000 325,000
Gap Trains 500,000 500,000

Sub-Total Revenue Miles 63,491,843 64,291,843

Start-Up/Breda Testing 200,000 200,000


Revenue Collection 700,000 700,000
Other 700,000 700,000

Total Car Miles 65,091,843 65,891,843

148 Operating Budget - Metrorail


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
RAIL SERVICE LEVELS
FISCAL YEARS 2002·2005

Rail Lines 2002 ACTUAL 2003 ACTUAL 2004 APPROVED FY 20015 APPROVED

Red Line Glenmont/Shady Grove Glenmont/Shady Grove Glenmont/Shady Grove Glenmont/Shady Grove
Silver Spring/Grosvenor Silver Spring/Grosvenor Silver Spring/Grosvenor Silver Spring/Grosvenor

Blue Line AddisonRd/Franconia- AddlsonRd/Franconia- AddlsonRd/Franconia- Largo/Franconia.


Springfield Springfield Springflelci Springfield

Orange Line New CarrolltonNienna New CarrolllonNienna New CarrolnonNienna New CarrolltonNienna

Yellow Line Huntlng1on/Mt. Vernon Huntington/Mt. Vernon Huntington/Mt. Vernon Hunting1on/Mt. Vemon
Square Square Square Square

Green Line Greenbelt/Branch Ave. Greenbelt/Branch Ave, Greenbelt/Branch Ave. Greenbelt/Branch Ave.

RUSH HOURS TRAINS


Red Line 44 44 44 44
Blue Line 21 21 21 23
Orange Line 32 32 32 32
Yellow Line 10 10 10 10
Green Line
Greenbelt to Branch Ave. 19 19 19 20

Gap 6 7 7 4
Start-up 1 1 1 1

TOTAL 133 134 134 134

Operating Budget - Metrorail 149


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSiT AUTHORITY
RAIL SERVICE LEVELS
FISCAL YEARS 2002·2005

2002 ACTUAL 2003 ACTUAb 2004 APPROVED EX 2005 APPROVED


RUSH HOUR HEADWAYS (MINUTES BETWEEN TRAINS)
Rcd line
Glenmont-Shady Grove 5 5 5 5
Sliver Spring-Shady Grove 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5
Orange line (#) 6 6 6 6
BluoUnet 6 6 6 6
Yellow Line 6 6 6 6
Green Line 6 6 6 6

NON·RUSH HOUR..MIDDAY-WEEKDAY·SAT/SUN.·MINUTES BETWEEN JRAINS


Red Line 12112/2015 1211212015 12/1212015 12112/2015
Glenmont-Shady Grove 12/12/2015 1211212015 1211212015 1211212015
Silver Spring-Shady Greve 1211212015 12/1212015 12112/2015 12/12/2015
Orange Line (II) 1211212015 12/12/2015 12/1212015 12/12/2015
Blue Line 12112/2015 1211212015 1211212015 1211212015
Yellow Line 12/12/2015 12/1212015 1211212015 1211212015
Green Line <") 1211212015 12/1212015 12/12/2015 1211212015

#Ourlng limn of Observed Peaking in Rldarshlp, Tripper Trains Are Operated

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
RAIL SERVICE LEVELS
FISCAL VEARS 2002·2005

2002 ACTUAL 2003 ACTUAL 2004 APPROVED FY 200S APPROVED


PEAK SCHEDULED RAIlCARS
Red Line 264 264 264 264
Blue Line 106 106 106 120
Orange Line 184 184 184 190
Yellow Line 56 56 56 56
Green Line 114 114 114 120

Gap 36 36 36 16
Start-up 4 4 4 4
Ridership Pattern
Ridership Pattern
Adjustment-Fiscal 2002 10 10 10 10

Total Scheduled Car 774 774 774 780


Spares (20%) 154 154 154 156
Revenue Collection 4 4 4 4
Total Cal Requirement 932 932 932 940

HOURS OF OPERATION
Weekday 18.5 16.5 18.5 19
Saturday 18 18 18 20
Sunday 16 16 16 17

DAYS OF OPERAnON
Weekday 250 251 252 251
Saturday 57 57 57 60
Sunday 58 57 57 54

Operating Budget - Metrorail 151


WASHINGTON METROPOUTAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
RAIL SERVICE LEVELS
FISCAL YEARS 2002-2005

2QD2ACTUAb 2003 ACTUAL 2004 APPROVED FY 2005 APPROVED


CARS PER TRAIN RUSH HOUR
Red Une 44-6's 44-6'5 44-6's 44-6's
Blue Line 10-4'5111-6's 1().4's/11·6'5 1().4'5111-6's 9-4'5114-6'8
Orange Line 4-4'5128·6's 4-4'5/28-6'. 4-4'5/28-6's 1-4'5131·6'.
Yellow Line 2·4'518-6'. 2·4'518-6'5 2·4'sI8-6's 2-4'5I8-6's
Green Line 19-6's 19·6's 19-6'5 20-6's

Gap 6-6's 6-S's 8-6'5 4-4'5


5l8rt-up 1·4 1-4 1·4 1·4
Rld81'1hip Paflern
Ridel'1hip Pattern
Adjustment-Fiscal 2002 5-2's 5-2'5 5·2's 5-2's

CARS pER !RAIN WEEKDAY BASE/NIGH!


Red Une(AI 4/4 414 4/4 414
Blue Line 4/4 414 4/4 4/4
Orange Une (AI 4/4 414 414 414
Yellow Line 4/4 414 414 4/4
Green Line 4/4 4/4 414 4/4

(AI During Peak Tourtst Season. 6.Car consists lIIilized on Red Line (Shady Grove-Wheaton). Orsnge Line, Grelln Line.

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
PARK & RIDE FACILITIES

Parking Base Additional Revenue


Fee Revenue Revenue To
Station I Region Capacity To To To Reserve
Customer WMATA WMATA Fund

Montgomerv County
Grosvenor (1) 1,568 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
White Flint 1,158 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
Twinbrook 1,097 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
Rockville 524 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
Shady Grove 5,467 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
Glenmont 1,781 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50
Wheaton 977 $3.25 $1.75 $1.50
Forest Glen 596 $4.00 $2.50 $1.50

Prince George's County


New Carrollton 1,980 $3.50 $2.75 SO.75
Landover 1,866 $3.50 $2.75 SO.75
Cheverly 530 53.50 $2.75 $0.75
Addison Road 1,268 53.50 $2.75 $0.75
Capitol Heights 372 $3.50 $2.75 50.75
Greenbelt 3,399 $3.50 $2.75 $0.75
College Park 530 $3.50 $2.75 SO.75
Prince George's Plaza 1,068 $3.50 $2.75 $0.75
West Hyattsville 453 53.50 $2.75 $0.75
Southern Avenue 1,980 53.50 $2.75 $0.75
Naylor Road 368 53.50 $2.75 $0.75
Suitland 1,890 $3.50 $2.75 50.75
Branch Avenue 3,072 $3.50 $2.75 SO.75
Largo Town Center (2) 2.100 $3.50 $2.75 $0.75
Mot!:Jan Blvd (2) 596 $3.50 $2.75 $0.75

District of Columbia
Deanwood 194 53.50 $2.00 $1.50
Minnesota Avenue 333 52.50 $2.00 50.50
Rhode Island Avenue 340 53.50 $2.00 $1.50
Fort Totten 408 $3.50 $2.00 $1.50
Anacostia BOB $3.50 $2.00 $1.50

Northern Virginia
Huntington. N 1,281 53.75 $2.50 $1.25
Huntington. S 1,809 $3.75 $2.75 $1.00
West Falls Church 714 $3.75 $2.50 $1.25
Dunn Loring 1,319 53.75 $2.50 $1.25
Vienna 5,849 $3.75 $2.50 51.25
Franconia-Springfield 5,069 $3.75 $2.50 $1.25
Van Dam Street 361 53.75 $2.75 $0.50 SO.50
East Falls Church 422 $3.75 $2.75 $1.00

Grand Totals

1. Capacilywas increased from 312. which explains unusually low average paid fransacllons.
2. Largo Town Center and Morgan are new parking 1015.

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Metro Access
• REVENUE
• EXPENSE
• STATISTICS

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET SUMMARY
METROACCESS

MetroAccess, the ADA paratransit service for Washington DC metropolitan area,


is sponsored by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA),
local governments, and the other local fixed-route transit systems in the DC
metropolitan area. MetroAccess provides curb-to-curb transportation service for
eligible riders. These operating costs are mainly incurred by registrant trip
requests, trips completed by contract carriers and the number of contract
carriers' leasing vehicles. With additional established service, trips requested by
eligible riders have increased and so has the operating cost for MetroAccess.

The Regional Paratransit Task Force made several recommendations to improve


the efficiency and cost effectiveness of MetroAccess services. In conjunction with
the recommendations and as part of fiscal 2005 fare adjustment, WMATA will
offer free transit on Metrorail and Metrobus to ADA eligible persons and their
companions. This initiative is a demonstration program to encourage ADA
eligible persons to use fixed-route services. WMATA also provide MetroAccess
service beyond % mile fixed-route with supplemental fare charge.

For fiscal 2005, total MetroAccess operating expenses is $52 million,


representing an increase of $12 million from fiscal 2004. Passenger revenue is
estimated to be $4 million; the gross subsidy for fiscal 2005 is $48 million.

METROACCESS STATISTICS
For the Fiscal Year 2000 Through 2005
STATISTICS:

FY 2000 FY 2001 FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY 2005


ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL ACTUAL APPROVED APPROVED

Total Number of
Registrants 15,603 17,109 13,920 12,835 12,826 14,000
Total Registrant
Trip Requested 784,975 940,759 1,238,778 1,629,241 1.757,567 2,340,850
Contract Carrier
Number of
Vehicles 80 138 176 176 176 176
Trips Transmitted
to Core Carriers 124,091 9,624 0 0 0 0
Trips Completed
by Contract
Carriers 452,924 557,397 738,284 972,425 1,112,358 1,474,700

Operating Budget - Metro Access 157


Metro Access Paratransit Service
Fiscal 2005 Approved: $51.7 Million
Where it Comes From
Gross Subsidy $47.7

Revenues $4.0

Where it Goes
Services $50.1

Supplies & Other $0.4


Personnel $1.2

$ Millions

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
REVENUE, EXPENSE & FUNDING SOURCES - METRO ACCESS PARATRANSIT
DISPLAYED BY ACCOUNT
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY 2002 FY 2003 FY 2004 FY2005


~ ~ ~ ~ Change
REVENUES
Passenger $1,698.3 $1.927.8 $2,402.0 $4,000,0 $1,598,0

Total Revenues $1,698.3 $1,927.8 52.402.0 $4,000.0 $1.598.0

EXPENSES
Personnel $633.0 $949.8 $1,181.5 $1.192,6 $11,0
Services 25,417.8 33,185.1 38,539.6 50.126,8 11,587.2
Materials & Supplies 52.7 68.7 42.0 27.9 ·14.1
Fuel & Propulsion Power 0.0 -0,1 0,1 0.0 -0.1
Utilities 0.0 8.0 62.8 68.8 6.0
Casualty & Liability 0.0 18.5 0.0 0.0 0.0
Leases & Rentals 120.4 220.2 204.5 253.6 49.1
Miscellaneous 21.9 17.1 38.3 27,1 -11.3

Total Expenses $26,245.8 $34,467.4 540,068.8 $51,696.7 $11.627.9

GROSS SUBSIDY $24,547,5 $32.539.6 $37,666.8 $47.696.7 10,029.9

Gross Subsidy $24,547.5 $32,539.6 $37,866.8 $47,696.7 10,029.9


less: Audit Adjustment 2,881.0 -3.864.1 1,294.0 881.0 -413.0

Net Local SUbsidy $27,428.5 $28.675.6 $38.960.8 $48,577.7 9,616.9

Cost Recovery Ratio 6.47% 5.59% 5,99% 7.74% 1.37%

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
METRO ACCESS PARATRANSIT BUDGET SUMMARY
DISPLAYEO BY ACCOUNT
{DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS}

FY 2001 Actual EX 2002 Actual FY 2003 Actyal EY 2004 Approved fY 2005 Approved ~
Salaries (Total) $452.0 $496.2 $690.2 $912.4 $886.9 -$25.5
Full-Time Salaries 437.7 475.5 679.6 920.7 906.2 -14.5
Temporary Salaries 0.6 0.6 3.3 0.0 0.0 0.0
Part Time Salaries 0.0 0.0 0.7 0.1 1.6 1.5
Salary Lapse 0.0 0.0 0.0 -9.2 -21.6 -12.4
Overtime Salaries 13.7 20.2 6.5 0.9 0.8 -0.1

Wages (Total) $0.6 $14.3 $62.6 $16.9 $12.8 -$4.1


Operator Wages 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Full Time Wages 0.6 3.0 46.0 16.3 12.6 -3.7
Part Time Wages 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Temporary Wages 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Wage Lapse 0.0 0.0 0.0 -0.6 -1.0 -0.3
Overtime Wages 0.0 11.3 16.7 1.2 1.2 0.0

TOTAL SALARIES AND WAGES $452.6 $510.6 $752.8 $929.3 $899.7 -$29.6

Fringes (Total) $98.9 $122.5 $197.0 $252.2 $292.9 $40.7


fringe Benefits 98.9 122.5 194.0 250.8 291.5 40.7
Other Fringe Benefits 0.0 0.0 3.0 1.4 1.4 0.0
Workers Compensation 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL PERSONNEL COST $551.5 $633.0 $949.8 $1,181.5 $1.192.6 $11.0

Services (Total) $19,730.0 $25,417.8 $33,185.1 $38,539.6 $50,126.8 $11.587.2


Management Fee 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Professional & Technical 6B.1 62.8 233.8 127.0 121.5 -5.4
Temporary Help 23.2 0.0 3.4 20.8 11.8 -9.0
Contract Maintenance 178.5 32.0 26.1 95.5 48.4 -47.1
Custodial Services 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Paratransit 19,440.4 25,274.8 32,855.7 38,212.5 49,849.0 11.636.5
Other 19.9 48.1 66.1 83.7 95.9 12.2

Materials & Supplies (Total) $18.7 $52.7 $68.7 $42.0 $27.9 -$14.1
fuel and Lubricants 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Tires 0.0 0.0 0.4 0.0 0.0 0.0
Other 18.7 52.7 68.3 42.0 27.9 -14.1

Fuel & Propulsion (Total) $0.0 $0.0 -SO.1 $0.1 $0.0 -$0.1
Diesel Fuel 0.0 0.0 -0.1 0.1 0.0 -0,1
Propulsion Power 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Clean Natural Gas 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Utilities (Total) $5.9 $0.0 S8.0 $62.8 $68.8 $6.0


Elec1ricity and Gas 0.0 0.0 1.0 36.5 38.5 0.0
Utilities - Other 5.9 0.0 7.0 26.3 32.3 6.0

Casualty & Liability {T01al) $0.0 $0.0 $18.5 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0
Insurance 0.0 0.0 18.5 0.0 0.0 0.0
Claims 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

Leases {Total) $270.3 $120.4 $220.2 $204.5 $253.6 $49.1


Property 270.2 120.4 212.8 200.8 250.8 50.0
Vehicles 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Equipment 0.2 0.0 7.4 3,7 2,8 -0.9

Miscellaneous (Total) $14.1 $21.9 $17.1 $38.3 $27.1 -$11.3


Dues And SUbscriptions 0.5 1.9 2.7 2.1 1.6 -0.5
Conferences and Meetings 5.1 6.4 7.6 10.2 9.9 -0.3
Business Travel/Public Hrg 0.8 5.2 3.1 2.8 2.9 0.1
Interview & Relocation 0.0 0.0 0.6 2.1 1,3 ·0.8
Tolls 0.0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0.0 0.0
Advertising 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Other 7.7 B.4 3.0 21.1 11.4 ·9.7

Reimbursements (Total) $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0 $0.0


Reimbursements 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0

TOTAL NONPERSONNEL COST $20,039.1 $25.612.8 $33,517.6 $38.887.3 S50,504.1 $11,616.9

TOTAL COST $20.590.7 $26,245.8 $34,467.4 $40,068.8 $51,696.7 $11,627.9

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Direct and Indirect Costs

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
DIRECT I INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION
EXPENSES BY MODE
DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS

Operating Reimb. Gp. - - - - CIP Expense - - - - CIP Total


Expense Expense IRP SAP/SEP 103n1ile Total Expense

LA] DIRECT COST:


WMATA Expense $875,145.1 $6,716.3 $57,556.5 $29,071.9 $4,721.1 $91.349.4 $973,210.9
Contrador Expense $0.0 $0.0 $359,932.1 $236,510.3 $22.190.9 $618,633.4 $618,633.4
Direct Cost Total $875,145.1 $6,716.3 $417,488.7 $265,582.2 $26,912.0 $709,982.8 $1,591 844.2
t

[B] INDIRECT COST: $68,538.1 $0.0 $8,855.3 $5,647.8 $0.0 $14,503.2 $83,04'1.3
(j
orn Subtotal for operating $943,683.2
r-+
Debt Service $27,484.2 $27,484.2
TOTAL COST: $971,167.4 $6,716.3 $426,344.0 $271,230.0 $26,912.0 $724,486.0 $1,702,369.7

[B/A] INDIRECT COST RATIO 7.8%


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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
DEBT SERVICE

In October 2003, the Authority issued $163,495,000 of Gross Revenue Transit Refunding
Bonds, Series-2003, to refund the non-callable portion of the Authority's outstanding Gross
Revenue Transit Refunding Bonds, Series-1993. The final maturity for the 1993 bonds is
FY2011 and FY2014 for the 2003 bonds. The annual jurisdictionaf debt service payment on
these two bond series is $27,484,194.

In November 2003, the Authority issued $35,640,000 of Gross Revenue Transit Bonds, Series
2003-8. The bonds provide for semi-annual payments of interest and annual principal
payments, with final maturity in FY2011. Annual debt service is approximately $6 million, to be
paid from passenger fares. The proceeds of the bonds were used to accelerate the vertical
transportation modernization program. The vertical transportation modernization program is an
integral part of the Authority's Capital Improvement Program designed to provide for system-
wide escalator maintenance, escalator rehabilitation and elevator rehabilitation. The tenns of
the· new bond issuances are set forth in the Gross Revenue Transit Bond Refunding Resolution
and Official Statement and the Gross Revenue Transit Bond Resolution and Official Statement.

Principal Interest Total Due


Gross Revenue Transit Refunding Bonds:
Series 1993
Due to Bondholders 7/1/2004 $0 $1,264,500 $1,264,500
Due to Bondholders 1/1/2005 0 1,264,500 1,264,500
$0 $2,529 000
1 $2 529,000
1

Series 2003
Due to Bondholders 7/1/2004 $7 730,000
1 $4,741.545 $12.471,545
Due to Bondholders 1/1/2005 9,100,000 3,373.806 12,473 806
1

$16,830,000 $8,115,351 24 945,351


1

Applied to future payments 9,843


$27,484,194
---~-----------------------------------
Gross Revenue Transit Bonds:
Series 20038
Due to Bondholders 7/1/2004 $5,060,000 $937,132 $5,997,132
Due to Bondholders 1/1/2005 o 712,675 712,675
$5 060 000
1 1 $1,649,807 $6,709,807

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
STATEMENT OF DEBT SERVICE PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST

Gross Revenue Transit Refunding Bonds Gross Revenue Transit Bonds (Elevator and Escalator

Period Series 1993 Series 2003 Series 2003 B


Ending Principal Interest Debt Service Principal Interest Debt Service Principal Interest Debt Service

1/112004 --- $1,264,500 $1 264,500


1 .. -- .. -- .. --
7/112004 .... - $1,264,500 $1,264,500 $7,730,000 $4.741.545 $12,471,545 $5,060,000 $937,132 $5,997.132
1/1/2005 --- $1,264,500 $1,2841500 $9,100,000 $3,373,806 $12,473,806 $712.675 $712,675
7/112005 _.... $1,264,500 $1,264,500 $9.190,000 $3,282,806 $12,472,806 $4,570,000 $712,675 $5,282,675
1/1/2006 .... - $1,264,500 $1,264,500 $9,280,000 $3,190,906 $12,470.906 $626.525 $626,525
7/112006 --- $1,264,500 $1,264,500 $9,465,000 $3,005 306
1 $12.470,306 $4,745,000 $626,525 $5,371.525
1/112007 - -- $1,264.500 $1,264,500 $9.655.000 $2,816,006 $12,471.006 $531,625 $531,625
7/1/2007 $9,685 000
1
$1,264,500 $10.949,500 $210,000 $2,574,631 $2,784.631 $4,935,000 $531.625 $5,466,625
1/1/2008 - -- $973.950 $973,950 $10,195,000 $2,572,269 $12.767.269 $408,250 $408.250
71112008 $10,235,000 $973.950 $11.208,950 $210,000 $2,317.394 $2,527,394 $5,180.000 $408,250 $5,588,250
1/112009 --- $666 900
1 $666,900 $10,755.000 $2,315,031 .. $13,070,031 $278.750 $278,750
7/112009 $10,810,000 $666.900 $11 476,900
1 $215,000 $2,046.156 $2,261,156 $5,440,000 $278.750 $5 718,750
1

11112010 --- $342.600 $342,600 $11,350,000 $2.042.931 $13.392,931 $142,750 $142,750


7/112010 $11,420.000 $342,600 $11 762.600
1 $215,000 $1,759.181 $1,974,181 $5,710.000 $142,750 $5.852,750
1/112011 - -- .. _... _ ..... $11 1 985,000 $1,755,956 $13,740,956 ..... - -- - -
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7/112011 - -- .. -- - -- $12,175.000 $1,561,200 $13,736.200 .... - _ .... - --
1/112012 - ..... _.. - - -- $12,480,000 $1,256,825 $13,736,825 .... - .. -- - .....
7/112012 - - .. .. -- ...... $12 795,000
1 $944,825 $13.739,825 .. .. - - -- ......
1/112013 -- - .. -- ....... $7,680.000 $624,950 $8,304,950 .. .... - -- .. - -
7/112013 .... - .. - - ...... $7,460,000 $432,950 $7,892,950 _.... .. - - .. --
11112014 _.. - .. -- - - .. $5,670,000 $283,750 $5,953,750 .. - .. _.... -
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7/1/2014
--- - - .. $5.680.000 $142,000 $5,822,000 ---
$42,150,000 $14.082.900 $56.232,900 $163.495,000 $43,040,426 $206,535.426 $35,640,000 $6,338,282 $41,978,282
Professional and Technical Services

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METRO'POLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

0 FY05 SCHEDULE OF CONTRACTS PER FY 2004 FY 2005


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~ OFFICE I ACCOUNT APPROVED APPROVED OPERATING CAPITAL PURPOSE
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Special litigation·outside counsel $600.0 $1.155.8 $1.065.2 $90.6 Outside counsel supporting joint development projects and additionallitigalion.
OJ Eng.JArch. consultants $21.9 $21.9 $18.6 $3.3 Adjudication of contract disputes, Army Corps of
~ Engineers Board of Contract Appeals.
Q.. Employment/training $44.5 $24.5 $17.8 $6.7 Continuing legal education requirments for COUN attorneys.
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S1 Witness & court fees $321.5 $325.0 $275.9 $49.1 Court expenses (court reporting. witnesses, elc.).
I Other consultants 5258.0 $101.1 $82.1 $19.0 Claim expenses (IMEs. vehicular appraisals. etc.)
SAFE
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Claims adjusters
$19.8
$1.458.0
$19.8
$2.658.0
$18.1
$2.658.0
$1.7 Certification maintenance & Professional development.
WOrkel's Compensation ALAE. claims adjusters. Risk Management
Information System.
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MTPD
$146.4 $146.4 $137.5 58.9 Safely consulting services on as needed basis.

::s Medical consultants $12.5 $24.5 $24.5


e:. Other consultants $201.2
Medical care for MTPO's canines.
Crime analysis; FY05 continues integration of new technologies under
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general services instead or Professional and Technical contracts.
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'"""1 EmptoymenUtrainil\9 $8.8 $5.9 $5.9 Tethnical training.
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Other consultants $380.0 $270.0 $270.0 Insurance broker.

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EmploymenVtraining $25.0 $21.3 $3.7 Business systems.

e. Computer Consunants
RMA
$75.0 $16.6 $5.3 $11.3 Data warehousing tor financial reports.

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CD Employment/training $3.6 $13.0 $12.5 SO.5 Enhancing staff's database management and querying skiUs.
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CD Employment/training $10.4 $10.4 Business systems.
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Investment consullanls $119.0 $43.0 $25.0 $18.0 Financial advisor.
OPER
Transportation consultants $44.3 $44.2 $37.6 $6.7 RaiiIBus. Vertide Transportalion and MetroAccess performance analyses.
OPAS
Employee training $156.9 $465.4 $465.4 SCarce skilled technical train;ng. FYOS focus on BMNT and PlNT.
Transportalion consultants $45.6 $45.6 $45.6 GIS Data Consulting for Bus Announcements System.
ADAP
Other consultants $93.5 $93.5 $93.5 Deveklping travel training programs for students.
BUSV
Other consultants $24.8 524.8 $21.1 $3.7 BMNT Maintenance performance analyses.
STRA
Employee Training 516.0 $16.0 $16.0 Outside supervisory management training.
Other consultants $4.0
BMNT
Emptoyee Training $20.0 $20.0 Outside supervisory management training.
ENGA
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Employee Training $30.3 $3.9 $26.4 Specialized training for staff development.
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Eng.lArch. consultants $240.8 5240.8 $240.8
ENSP
EngJArch. consultants $383.4 $333.5 $333.5 Adjacent con5truction engineering evaluations and technical procedure evaluation.
Other consultants $67.9 $62.9 $62.9 Utility (PEPCO) rate case work.
BENG
Eng.lArch. consultants $142.4 $142.4 $142.4 Engineering support for integration and applicatif.v , d new bus technology.
Provide 1echnical & engineering support ror allell" . ~ tuellemiss'ons progralns.
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FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FY05 SCHEDULE OF CONTRACTS PER FY 2004 FY 2005


OFRCE I ACCOUNT APPROVED APPROVED OPERATING CAPITAL PURPOSE

FSVC
Employee Training $16.0 Specialized training for staff development.
Other consultants
CAPM
Employee Training $50,4 520.1 $20.1 Engineering & Survey start training. cl"iVsurvey design. COrR training.
certification courses, etc.
WDDP
Other consultants $271.3 $230.0 $197.3 $32.7 Technical Assistance for labor contracts and on·9Oing benefils cost containment.
APAS
Employee Training/Development $5.0 $4.7 $0.3 Specialized training fot staff development
Other consultants $31.8 $31.8 Asset Management System training and technicat support for integration with
0 PeopteSoft JGB interior design consuning services.
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a Other consultants $424.0 $423.9 $359.9 564.0 Market based salary reviews/surveys. PC based system for

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::r Medical consuttants $429.9 $429.9 $365.0 $64.9
performance and rewards integrated solutions.
Two onsite physicians. off site physician to perfonn on OSHA
t:Jj surveillance program, psychiatric sel'\l'ices for new MTPD.
s= CIVR
Q. Employee Training/Development $4.0 $3.4 $0.6 Training
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CD Other consultants $170.7 $120.2 $104.3 $15.9 Technical assistance to D8E. Affirmative Action program and
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Diversity program.
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Other consultants $603.8
$70.0
$796.0
$57.6
$688.6
$12.4
$107.4
Witness and Court Services
legal advice on judicial and arbitral decisions. contract negotiation, pension.
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0 EmproymenVtraining $1.425.5 $1.218.1 $1.003.6 $214.5 Mandated programs (diversity, sexual harassment. customer service. etc.)
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Database, Succession Planning
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::s Computer service consultants $409.6 $672.0 $609.5 $62.5 Maintaining database application & building ancillary applications.
0. Other Consultants $200.0 CuUure change initiative work and employee survey.
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0 Transportation consultants $325.5 $325.5 5325.5 Customer environment sUNey~ Public perceptions
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of transit tracking study.
Customer satisfaction measurement research.
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Computer Service Consultants $40.0 $40.0 Implementation of Oocumenturn software for copying and arChiving agreements
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(1) Real estale consultants $195.0 $195.0 $195.0 Joint development. appraisar. survey. marketing.
en PLSP
Employee Training/Development $21.0 $17.8 $3.2 Specialized training for staff development
PRMT
Computer Consultants $54.3 $54.3 $46.1 $8.2 Supporting PIMS system.
Other consultants Quarlty control program for quality checks on inventory.
GOVR
Olher consultants $175.0 $257.5 $257.5 Government legislative consultants.
PLNG
Transportation consultants $289.5 $43.7 $36.4 $7.3 Paralransit demand forecasting; Regional Mobility Initiative
Other consultants $45.0 $6.8 $5.7 $1.1 Paratransit demand forecasting; Regional Mobility InitiaUve
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
PROFESSIONAL AND TECHNICAL SERVICE CONTRACTS
FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET
(DOLLARS IN THOUSANDS)

FYOS SCHEDULE OF CONTRACTS PER FY 2004 FY 2005


OFFICE I ACCOUNT APPROVED APPROVED OPERATING CAPITAL PURPose

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Employee Training $172.9 $172.9 $146.8 $26.1 Technical tJaining for new techoo[ogy & new infrastructure to
support RCSC & ITRP system.
Computer service consultants $445.3 $445.3 $378.1 $67.2 Specialist support basic ordering agreement.
MACS
Other consultants $16.0 $11.6 $11.6 Annual study on Paratransit demand: implications on FY06 Budget.
MREL
Employment/training $1.0 Media training for seniur staff used on as needed basis.

TOTALWMATA $11.111.9 $12,581.1 $11.528.2 $1,052.9


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Union Statistics

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 BUDGET SUMMARY
UNION STATISTICS

The fiscal 2005 budget contains 10,294 authorized positions of which 85%1 or 8,754 are
members of the five union locals on the property t representing employees loosely
categorized by job function. Two of these locals represent the hourly wage work force, one
local represents a portion of the professional and administrative work force, and two other
locals cover the police and security positions. The remaining classifications of
administrative and management employees are not covered by union contracts.

The following terms are widely used to describe the various unions and employees at
WMATA:

Hourly (Wage) Employee Unions:


Local 689 Amalgamated Transit Union, (except Landover hourly).
Local 922 Teamsters Union at Landover Bus Garage.

Salary Employee Unions:


Local 2 Office and Professional Employees International Union.
Local 639 Teamsters representing Transit Police Officers.
Local 639 Teamsters representing Special Police Officers.

Non-Represented Employees (Le., not represented by a union):


Salaried positions in the management, administrative, supervisory or clerical
work force that have been exempted from union participation.

FY 2005
Union Category Positions Distribution
Local 689 . . . . . . . . . . . .. 7,207 . . . . . . . . . .70.010/0
Local 922 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 352. . . . . . . . .. 3.420/0
Union Wage Subtotal .. 7,559 . . . . . . . .. 73.43%

Local 2 785 7.63%


Local 639-MTPD 321 3.12%
Local 639-Sp Police ~ . . . . . . . . .. 0.86%
Union Salaried Subtotal 1,195......... 11.61 %

Union Subtotal 8,754 85.04%

Non-Union 1,540 . . . . . . . .. 14.96%

Total Positions 10,294 100%

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Fringe Benefits

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 BUDGET SUMMARY
FRINGE BENEFITS

Fringe benefit costs at WMATA comprise the normal business personnel-related


expenses incurred by an employer that are above and beyond the cost of employee
pay. WMATA's fringe benefits are comprised of the insurance and retirement plans
required to attract and maintain a large professional workforce. plus government
mandated costs such as unemployment insurance. workers' compensation coverage
and payroll taxes.

All fringe benefits at WMATA fall into one of three categories of cost. The first category
is allocated fringe benefits, which are calculated on an Authority-wide basis and then
charged out to all offices and all modes. Health insurance, life insurance, and pension
costs are all examples of allocated fringe benefits. These fringe benefit expenses are
allocated to each office based upon the budgeted payroll per office and then allocated
by mode based on the budgeted payroll by mode. The fiscal 2005 total budget for
allocated fringe benefits is $194.1 million.
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Second, unallocated fringe benefits (also referred to as 'lother fringe benefits) are
budgeted by office in amounts specific to the needs of each office. These "otherJl
fringes are typically items such as tool allowances and work uniforms. Detail on the
$3.1 million fiscal 2005 total for this expense is shown in each office budget where this
cost occurs.

The third category of fringe benefit expense is workers' compensation cost. The fiscal
2005 bUdget requirement of $3.7 million is largely determined by actuarial analysis and
governmental requirements. This line item expense is budgeted in the Office of Loss
Control and Workers Compensation.

In total for fiscal 2005, fringe benefit costs are:

Allocated Fringe Benefits $194,089,600


Other Fringe Benefits 3,140,700
Workers' Compensation 3,698,000
Total Fringe Benefits $200.928,300

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 BUDGET SUMMARY
PERSONNEL AND FRINGE BENEFITS BY UNION

AFL·CIO Local 639 Local 639 AFL·CIO


OPIEU Transit Spoclal SALARY ATU Teamsters HOURLY AUTHORITY
Non-Union Local·2 Police Police TOTAL Local-689 LOClll·922 TOTAL TOTAL

POSITIONS:
Full Time 1,540 781 321 89 2,731 6,949 320 7,269 10,000
Part Time 0 4 nt. nla 4 258 32 290 294
1,540 785 321 89 2.735 7,207 352 7,559 10,294

FULL·TIME EQUIVALENTS:
Full TIme 1,533.42 779.75 321.00 89.00 2,723.17 6,887.08 320.00 7,207.08 9,930.25
Part Time 0.00 2.00 0.00 0.00 2.00 129.00 16.00 145.00 147.00
1,533.42 781.75 321.00 89.00 2,725.17 7,016.08 338.00 7,352.08 10,077.25

PAYROLL COSTS:
Full Time Pay $112,9158,738 $55,291,900 $18,616,847 $2.640.682 $189.508.167 $373,707,245 $18,192.480 $391,899,725 $581,407,892
PartTlmltPay $122,600 $122,600 $7,284,500 $1,100,000 $8,384,500 $8,507,100
Overtime Pay $1,265,800 $2,054,978 $2,929,000 $109.900 $6,349,678 $18,181,229 $300,000 $18,481,229 $24,830,907
Less: Turnover Savings ($3,871,8001 1$1,895,100) ($638,100) 1$90,500) ($8,495,321) ($8,508,669) ($139,195) 1$8.847.8641 ($15,143,185)
BUdgeted Payroll $110,342,938 $55,574,378 $20,907,747 $2,660,082 $169,465,124 $390,864,305 $19,453,285 $410,117,590 $599,602.714

ALLOCATED FRINGE BENEFITS


Budgeted By Position:
CIGNAPPO $9,594,200 $4,755,700 $14,349,900 $0 $14,349,900
Kaiser Permanente $3,821,400 $2,078,000 $269,600 $6,189,000 $0 $6,169,000
MAMSI Health Plan $585,300 $407,400 $161,700 51,154.400 $0 $1,154,400
BlueCroH $333,200 $2,998,400 $3,331.600 $0 $3,331,600
Health Trults $0 $69,763,650 $2,728,800 $72,492,450 $72,492,450
Dental $462,700 $238,400 $40,200 $739,300 $0 $739,300
Retiree Health $4,164,720 $1,332,723 $337,112 $5,834,500 $20,B01,550 $417,600 $21,219,150 $27,053,650
Health Insurance $18,961,520 $8,810,223 $3,335,512 $471,500 $31,578,700 $90,565,200 $3,148,400 $93,711,600 $125,290,300

Budgeted By Payroll:
FICA Taxos $8,220,500 $4,140,300 $1,557,600 $203,500 $14,121,900 $29,299,800 $1,459,000 $30,758.800 $44.880,700
Defined Benefit Pensions $7,820,000 $3,450,000 $4,424,500 $230,000 $15,924,500 $0 $3,102,400 $3,102.400 $19,026,900
DefIned Contrtb Pensions $1,295,000 $1,295,000 $2,590.000 $0 $2,590,000
Life Insurance $810,000 $298,600 $134,000 $8,400 $1,049,000 SO $1,048,000
Long Tarm Disability $576,400 $259,600 $0 $10,000 $846,000 $0 $0 $846,000
Accident Inllurance $0 SO $6,200 $500 $8,700 $0 $6,700
Unemployment $73,600 $37,100 $1;900 $1,800 $126.400 $280,600 $13.000 $273,600 $400,000
Tllxes I Pension I Other $18,595,500 $9,480,600 $6,136,200 $452,200 $34,664,500 $29,560,400 54,574,400 $34,134,8(10 $68,799,300

ALLOCATED FRINGE BENEFITS $37,557,020 $18,290,823 $9,471,712 $923,700 $66,243,2QO $120,125,600 $7,720,800 $127,846,400 $194,089,600

Unallocllted Fringe Benefits $469,900 $239,500 $97,900 $27,200 $834,500 $2,198,900 $107.400 $2,306,300 $3,140,700
Workers' Compenslltlon $880,500 $342,800 $128,900 $16,400 $1,168,600 $2,409,400 $120,000 $2,529,400 $3,698,000

TOTAL FRINGE BENEFITS: $200,928,300

Allocllted Fringe Benefits


BudAetlng RItes:
Averaao Annual Pay I $72000 I $71100 I $G5100 I $29900 I $69500 II $55700 I $57 900 I $55800 II $59500 I
Full Frlnoo Rate I 34% I 33% I 45% I 35% I 35% II 31% I 40% I 31% II 32% I
Varlablo Cost on Pavroll I 17.5% I 17.7% I 30.0% I 17.GV. I 16.9V. II 8.2% I 24.1% I 8.9% II 12.1% I
Flxod Cost Per F.T.E. I $12,400 I St1.300 I $10,400 I $5300 I $11600 II $12900 I $9.400 I $12,700 II $12 400 I

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REIMBURSABLE
OPERATING
PROJECTS

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Reimbursable Operating Projects 183


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SUMMARY
REIMBURSABLE OPERATING PROJECTS
FISCAL YEAR. 2005
(In millions of dollars)

Service Expense Revenue Subsidy FTEs


Laurel- Burtonsville Express $0.2 $0.0 $0.1 1
CDllege Park - Bethesda $0.6 SO.1 SO.5 6
Crofton - New Carrollton $0.2 $0.0 $0.2 3
Greenbelt - BWI $1.3 $02 $1.1 9
Charles County Service $0.8 $0.1 $0.7 7
Hybrid-Electric Bus Service $0.5 $0.0 $0.5 8
Springfield Circulator $0.5 $0.1 $0.5 8

Metro Park Shuttle $0.2 $0.0 $0.2 3


Springfield Shuttle $0.2 $0.1 $0.1 3

Tyson's Reverse Commute $0.3 $0.0 $0.3 3


Van Pools $0.2 $0.0 $0.2 2

Access-to-Jobs $004 $0.0 $004 3

Weekend 3AM Rail Late Case $1.3 $0.3 $0.9 NA


Lee Highway $0.2 $0.1 $0.1 4

Colwnbia Pike Street Supervisor SO.1 $0.1 1


Total $6.7 $0.9 $5.8 61

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005 BUDGET
REIMBURSABLE OPERATING PROJECTS

The projects budgeted here are for new services or for items that incur
operating expenses for which there is a specific funding source other than
local operating subsidy. The concept of "New Service" is a direct result of
the Regional Mobility Panel's recommendations to stabilize and
strengthen Metrobus through a series of initiatives. Through the Panel's
efforts, a new spirit reinvigorated Metrobus and provided a nationally
recognized system an avenue to compete in terms of cost effectiveness
and efficiency with private carriers. A part of this competitiveness was the
acceptance of a New Service Agreement by Local 689 of the
Amalgamated Transit Union, which established new wages and benefits
for bus operators operating new service routes.

In Fiscal 1999, the Authority established a new budget category to


account for New Service being operated by Metrobus. New Service is the
portion of bus service not previously performed by either the Authority or
directly by a Compact Jurisdiction, and where a separate subsidy payment
is made. Thus, these costs and revenues are not included in either the
regional or non-regional bus budgets. Please note that all budget figures
reported below have been rounded to the nearest thousand dollars.

LAUREL - BURTONSVILLE EXPRESS LINE (Routes Z9, Z29). The


budget in FY2005 is $155,000, estimated to capture approximately
$29,000 of revenue. The resulting subsidy impact will be $126,000 to
operate the service. It is an extended service between Laurel and
Burtonsville added to pre-existing Burtonsville - Silver Spring express
service. This two-way operation, during rush hour only, has intervals of 15
to 40 minutes on the Burtonsville - Laurel extension.

COLLEGE PARK - BETHESDA (Route J4). The FY2005 budget is


$562,000 and this route anticipates capturing $97,000 in revenue, with the
resulting effect being a $465,000 annual subsidy. This program is a two-
way rush hour only service every 20 minutes between College Park
Station and Bethesda Station via University Blvd., Piney Branch Rd.,
Wayne Ave., Silver Spring Station and East-West Highway. This route
serves all stops on the University of Maryland Campus but only selected
stops between Adelphi Rd. and Bethesda Station.

CROFTON - NEW CARROLLTON SERVICE (Route B29). The FY2005


budget is $232,000, with $22,000 in expected revenue resulting in
$210,000 of subsidy for the year. The Washington Suburban Transit
Commission requested and the Board of Directors proposed expanding
the Transit Zone to designated areas within Anne Arundel County, in and
around Crofton, Maryland. At the request of the Maryland Transit

186 Reimbursable Operating Projects


Administration (MTA), the Authority will operate service for residents of the
Crofton area to the New Carrollton Metro Station; provide new service to
growing but previously un-served areas of Bowie Maryland; and add
service to the Bowie Park & Rid Lot to alleviate overcrowding. The cost of
the service will be fUlly reimbursed by Maryland.

GREENBELT - BWI AIRPORT (Route 830). The FY2005 budget is


$1,297,000 for the year, with anticipated revenue of $220,000, resulting in
$1,077,000 of subsidy for the year. This program is a two-way non-stop
service every 40 minutes between Greenbelt Station and Baltimore-
Washington International Airport, seven days a week, from the first train
arrival until the last train departure at Greenbelt Station.

CHARLES COUNTY SERVICE - INDIAN HEAD EXPRESS LINE (Route


W19). The FY2005 budget is $773,000, with $68,000 in revenue,
resulting in $705,000 of SUbsidy for the year. The Charles County
program provides rush hour two-way service between the Naval Surface
Warfare Center (Charles Co.) to Southern Avenue Station.

FALLS CHURCH BUS SERVICE (26-A. E. W). The FY2005 budget is


$434,000, anticipated revenue is $5,000 with a total annual subsidy of
$428,000. This is a new experimental service using four clean diesel
buses in the City of Falls Church. One hybrid electric bus service will also
be tested in revenue service as a demonstration of alternative-fuel
technology for transit applications. The agreement is between the
Northern Virginia Transportation Commission (NVTC), the City of Falls
Church and WMATA. The Authority operates and maintains the buses by
providing one additional mechanic and four operators.

SPRINGFIELD CIRCULATOR SERVICE (S-80, S-81). The FY2005


budget is $523,000 in expenses, anticipated revenue is budgeted at
$58,000, resulting in a subsidy of $465,000 for the year. Fairfax County,
in conjunction with the Transportation Association of Greater Springfield
(TAGS), has requested this service be operated to enhance public
transportation and decrease traffic congestion. The Authority purchased
and currently operates 4-passenger buses on weekdays on two loop
routes serving the Springfield CBD, including Franconia-Springfield Metro
Station. The Authority is fully reimbursed for operating and capital costs.

METRO PARK SERVICE (S-82). The FY2005 budget is $193,000,


anticipated revenue is estimated at $11,000, for an annual subsidy impact
of $181,000. This service, also sponsored by the Transportation
Association of Greater Springfield (TAGS), operates weekdays between
the Metro Park office development on Walker Lane, west of Beulah Street,
and the Franconia-Springfield station. The Fried Companies, Inc., the
developer of Metro Park, requested the service for the convenience of its
tenants and visitors and has contracted with Fairfax County for WMATA to
operate the service. The developer fully pays for the cost of the service.

Reimbursable Operating Projects 187


One 20-passenger TAGS bus and two operators are dedicated to this
service.

SPRINGFIELD SHUTTLE {S-91}. The FY2005 budget is $200,000,


anticipated revenue is expected to generate $75,000 and the annual
sUbsidy is $125,000. As part of the 1-95 /1-395/1-495 Interchange
Reconstruction Congestion Mitigation Program, the Virginia Department of
Transportation (VDOT) and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public
Transportation (VDRPT) provides funding to provide shuttle service to and
from the parking structure at the Franconia-Springfield Metro Station lot at
Springfield Marl. The service operates weekdays from 7 A.M. to 8:30 P.M.,
and requires one bus and operator.

TYSON'S REVERSE COMMUTE (Route 68). The FY2005 budget is


$276,000 with $14,000 in expected revenues resulting in an annual
SUbsidy of $262,000. The Tyson's reverse commute program provides
two-way service between L'Enfant Plaza in downtown Washington, DC
and Tyson's Corner in Fairfax County, VA for both inbound and outbound
on weekdays. The District of Columbia provides full funding for the
service.

VAN POOLS. The FY2005 budget is $215,000 with no anticipated


revenue this equates to an annual subsidy of $215,000. This program is
to assist Northern Virginia and the region in meeting air quality conformity
through emission reductions by increasing the utilization of Van poors and
the amount of federal formula funds (Section 5307) allocated to the region
and the Authority. The Van Pool incentive program is the only emissions
reduction program that will be financially self-sustaining. The Authority
has been asked to coordinate and manage the program because it is the
only regional agency that can accept and disburse these federal funds. A
portion of the funds received will be used to pay the administrative costs of
the Authority.

ACCESS·TO-JOBS. In Fiscal 2005, WMATA will receive $359,000 in


subsidy to offset direct expenses. The service does not generate
revenues. This program has five grant elements and when complete will
provide a llOne Stop" employment trip information, referral and dispatching
center within the Authority, as well as provide trip brokerage services,
outreach and reverse commuting to the suburban job market. The
program will require three reimbursable temporary positions, which will
remain for the duration of the grant.

WEEKEND (2AM-3AM) LATE CLOSE. FY2005 budgets $1,250,000 in


expenses to run this service for one half of the year, with $315,000 in
expected revenue resulting in a subsidy of $935,000. This was an 18
month demonstration project sponsored by the District of Columbia in
which Metro Rail extended their hours on Friday and Saturday until 3AM.
It will become a regular service during the second half of Fiscal 2005, no

188 Reimbursable Operating Projects


longer reimbursable by the District of Columbia.

LEE HIGHWAY. The estimated cost for Fiscal 2005 is $230,000.


Passenger revenue is expected to generate $80,000, for a net subsidy
impact of $150,000 for the year. This new route will operate weekday
peak period service from Lee Highway and Old Dominion Drive to
McPherson Square in response to Arlington Countyts initiative to relieve
overcrowding on the Blue and Orange Lines at Rosslyn.

COLUMBIA PIKE STREET SUPERVISOR. The estimated cost for Fiscal


2005 is $75,000, which subsidy will match. Arlington County is paying for
a dedicated Street Supervisor to monitor the Columbia Pike uPike Ride"
service implemented in FY 04.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

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WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
FISCAL 2005· 2010 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

OVERVIEW

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority maintains and operates the second
largest rail and fifth largest bus system in America, measured in terms of ridership. Metro
provides intermodal bus and rail transportation for residents of the metropolitan area as
well as visitors to the nation's capital from across the country and around the world. A
sizable capital investment has been made by Federal, state and local governments to
provide such a system and care must be taken to ensure that this investment is maintained
to the highest standard so that it continues to provide safe, clean, reliable, and comfortable
service.

The Capital Improvement Program (C1P) is based on a comprehensive re-examination of


WMATA's 25 year requirements and the need to align resources to adequately rehabilitate
the system and grow ridership. The CIP includes the Infrastructure Renewal Program
(lRP), the System Access/Capacity Program (SAP) and the System Expansion Program
(SEP). The fiscal 2005-2010 CIP continues a consolidated program by combining:

Infrastructure Renewal Program (tRP)-to address the rehabilitation requirements of


the 103 mile Metrorail system and the Metrobus system,

System Access/Capacity Program (SAP)-to address the needs of ridership growth


and enhancement of accessibility within the existing system by providing for rolling
stock, parking and facilities requirements, and

System Expansion Program (SEP)-to address system expansion needs requested


by sponsoring agencies.

Funding Levels

The funding requirement in the CIP for fiscal 2005 totals $314.1 milHon and the fiscal 2005-
2010 program totals $1,890.1 million. The CIP is consistent with Board guidance and is
based on the current projected federal and non-federal contribution. Each program's
projects and funding will be discussed below.

Capital Improvement Program 193


elP BUDGET SUMMARY
$ IN MILLIONS

PROGRAM FY05 FY06 PY07 PY08 FY09 FY 10 TOTAL

IRP 290.1 313.9 318.7 303.8 301.6 318.5 1,846.6


SAP 4.6 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 9.6
SEP 19.3 6.5 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 33.8
TOTAL 314.1 321.4 321.7 306.8 304.6 321.5 1,890.1

The fiscal 2005 - 2010 IRP has been developed to include system rehabilitation requirements,
exclude any system expansion element, and provide for only a limited amount of system
enhancements as assets are replaced; thus the name IRP truly reflects the nature of the
program. The fiscal 2005 program is approved for implementation and the fiscal 2006-2010
program is approved for planning purposes.

The funding requirement of the fiscal20051RP is $290.1 million. The program is driven by the
need to rehabilitate and replace facilities, track and structures, and systems ($195.9 million),
which accounts for 67% of the funds required in the fiscal 2005 program. Bus and rail rolling
stock rehabilitation, including preventive maintenance ($69.4 million), accounts for 24% of the
funds required. Major projects in fiscal 2005 include the procurement of eNG buses, vertical
transportation rehabilitation, maintenance and modernization (escalators and elevators),
station enhancements, systems rehabilitation, information technology enhancements,
mechanical systems rehabilitation, and parking lot rehabilitation.

The funding for the fiscal 2005 - 2010 IRP totals $1,846.6 million, including the pay back of
a loan guarantee under the Transportation Infrastructure Financing and Innovation Act of 1998
(TIFIA).

SAP

The fiscal 2005 - 2010 SAP includes project funding for Bus Expansion, Bus Enhancements,
and Ballston Station Improvements. The fiscal 2005 program is budgeted at $4.6 million. The
fiscal 2005-2010 budget totals $9.6 million.

194 Capital Improvement Program


The fiscal 2005-201 0 SEP has been developed to include reimbursable projects requested by
sponsoring agencies. Three projects in the fiscal 2005 program include Project Development,
Largo Extension and Parking and Dulles PE. The fiscal 2005 program is budgeted at $19.3
t

million. The fiscal 2005-2010 budget totals $33.8million.

Metro Matters

In 2002 the Board of Directors adopted a comprehensive 1O-year Capital Improvement Plan
totaling $12.2 billion. The Board also recognized the importance of a comprehensive,
prioritized plan to maintain the integrity of the existing capital plant and rolling stock, and
adopted three unfunded Urgent Priorities plus security requirements totaling $1.5 binion. This
program, known as Metro Matters, includes:

• 1st Urgent Priority-IRP-$525 million,


• 2nd Urgent Priority-Rail Car Program-$601 million-purchase 120 new rail cars
and facilities required for 8-car train service,
• 3rd Urgent Priority-Bus Program-$171 million-purchase 185 new buses. new
maintenance facility, customer services and intelligent transportation systems
• Security-$144 million-back-up operations control center and communication
system redundancy

Since September 2003, staff have been developing and pursuing a funding strategy that
comprehensively includes Federal, state and local funding partners, and briefing a broad range
of funding partners, policy makers and stakeholders about the unfunded urgent capital
priorities. To maximize the utilization of funds through various investment strategies, a
Strategic Alliances and Risk Assessment (SARA) consultant has been working with staff, and
a Metro Matters Funding Agreement has been distributed to jurisdictional representatives for
review. With Board approval, the CIP will be revised as Metro Matters projects move forward.

Capital Improvement Program 195


FY 2005-2010 CIP Overview

Total FY 2005-2010 CIP - $1 ,890.1 Million


System Expansion Program (SEP)
$33.8

System Access/Capacity Program


(SAP) $9.6
------.-.. Liquidation of TIFI.A Debt Repayment
$36.0
Obligation
$600.0 .--------
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e?.

• Liquidation of TIFIA obligation and debt repayment accounts for 34 % of available


capital resources over the next six years
[J;l Infrastructure Renewal Program
1nWd, --..--.. ~..-.-
FY 2005 Funding and Use of Funds

Funding Use of Funds


by Fund Source by Category

Systems $74.8

Facilities t

Track & Structures


$121.1 Other $24.8

iillfJj~!f.;
410/0
Local $99.5

Rolling Stock,
Financing $6 / Preventive Maint.
2%-1 Other $25.2
$69.4

I Total $290.1 I I Total $290.1 I


$ in millions
WMA TA FY 2005-2010 CIP Staffing for Funded Program

Capital Staffing Projections: FY 2003-2010


By Department

~~~ .- ----~-.- -. .---~=~-- ----..----·-----====~=~=====~:--l


200 - .--.-.-.-----.-.~ .__~_._. __ 'o ._._ • • • • - . - - ••- • • •- -••- -• •- . - - - - ----i
150 ~ .----.--.-----.....~~;;;iiiiiiiiiiii~
100 - ---"'--"" '--~III/ilIIPIl .......- - - . _ - . _ _ . . ...__ ~ ~ __I

50 --------1

O' FY2003 FY2004 FY2005 FY2006 FY2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY2010


_._._-_. ,.-.----------t--.---t---'-------I--------------t------~~.-----

-'-Oirect-OPER 1/ 290 290 340 263 263 254 251 251


._. . .. _-_.- ----,' ,---- _.~--~

-Direct-CAPM 2/, 3/,4/ 308 268 268 107 43 35 28 28


- _._-, ..- - - - .-._--~--

-.&-Direct-Other 47 50 40 26 9 7 6 6
~,_._-~_._-- _--~-----, .. ,~_ .. __ ., ..
--~._,. _~.- .. _ - ------ ,. ..- -_.~.- ----_.-- - - ~ _ . -

-.-lndirect(Capital) 3/ 175 143 141 94 44 44 30 30


---f---~-- _.~--_.- - - _ ... _-
Total 820 751 789 490 359 340 315 315

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Fiscal Year-end changes from March 11th:


1/ Added 7 positions for FY05-1 0 to TRST for Insulator Replacements program
21 Added 7 positions for FY05-1 0 from TRST reductions in Floating Slab program
3/ Added 37direct positions and 2 indirect positions for Metro Matters design work in FY04 and FY05
4/ Added 8 positions for FY04 and 52 positions for FY05 Dulles Corridor LPA Phase I PE (contingent upon FTA approval to advance PEl and funding)
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- Recommended Financial Plan
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Metro Matters Financial Plan
Illustrative Gap Closing Scenario
($, millions)
Gap Closing Cumulative
Measure Gap

Starting 6-Year Gap 1,485

Subtract: Security Funded Entirely by Federal Government 150


1,335
Subtract; Convert to Cash Flow: Funded IRP 272
1,064
Subtract: Convert to Cash Flow: Unfunded IRP 218
845
Subtract: Local/State Funding for Unfunded IRP at Expenditure Levels 307
539
Subtract: Additional Federal Funding* 260
279
Subtract: Proceeds from Financing Mechanisms 279
Remaining 6-Year Gap (0)

Federal Share of Gap Closing Funds 410 280/0


Local Share of Gap Closing Funds 1,075 720/0
Local Share of Gap Closing: Cash 585 390/0
Local Share of Gap Closing: Conversion to Cash Flow 490 33%

'" Reauthorization ($O-$260M)


GARVEEs ($0 - $270M)
- 1 Reauthorization ($90M)
- 2 Reauthorizations ($270M)
Proposed Metro Matters Agreement

FY 2005 Work Plan: Programming


(in millions $)

Capital Projects Vehicles


• Roiling Stock: Bus $ 43.3 • exercise option for 120 rail cars S 27.9
• Roiling Stock; Rail $ 5.4 Facilities
• Passenger Facilities $ 67.2 • Brentwood. Greenbelt. New Carrollton. and
• Maintenance Facilities $ 34.5 Shady Grove rail yards
• Systems $ 74.8 • Complete designs for expanded mainten-
• Track and Structures $ 19.4 ance and storage capacJ[y $ 0.4
• Infonnation Technology $ 4.7 Systems
• Program Management and Support $ 14.1 • Complete designs for increased traction
• Preventive Maintenance S 20.7 power and imporved precision stoDPing $ 10.9
Subtotal: Capital Projects $ 284.1 Total $ 39.2
Finandng Expenses
• TIFIA Financing Expenses S
• Vertical Transportation Financlna Expenses
Subtotal: FlnanclnQ Expenses
Total
$
$
$
6.0
6.0
290.1 :~~B~!J!~~::e*cl~~/
Vehicles
.
• Procure UP to 185 buses $
Garage
• Design and conduct environmental work
for new bus maintenance and storage
carace in V1rQlnia $ 3.2
Customer Fadlltles
• Design bus stop and transit center
ImDrovements S 3.8
Total $ 7.0

System Access/Capacity Program


• Bus Enhancement s 1.0
System expansion Program
• Proiect Development $ 2.0
Total $ 3.0

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.
• Commercial Paper/Letter of Credit $ 2.0
Total $ 2.0

.:: :; :'Metro Mattats A feoment Fv 2005 Fundi", . $ 341.3

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..~ ;" ... ·dthei"SficJift;J·iifeasiJi:~s~. cReauTres :100% federal funding: .
IBack·Up Operations Control Center (OCC)
! • Construct & rehabilitate facilities $ 2.3
Other Securitv Initiatives
h..,,:;: Various Projects (refer to attachment 3-D) $ 7.2
Total $ 9.5

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n Attachment 1: Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005-2010 Use of Funds
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.... (in millions $)
e.
FY 2005
~
8 Capital Projects
FY 2006 FY2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 Total
t--t
0 Rolling Stock: Bus
<:
C'D Bladensburg Maintenance Facility: Heavy Equipment $ 9.500 9.500
a
0 Bus Replacement 32.782 14.000 72.620
$
119.402
:s Hybrid/Diesel Bus Procurement
r-+ 1.000 52.765 34.778 23.251 111.794
~ Subtotal
""'1 $ 43.282 $ 52.765 $ 34.778 S 23.251 $ 14.000 $ 72.620 $ 240.696
0
Rolling Stock: Rail
~
~ Rail Car Enhancements 1.100 1.100
3 Rail Car Rehabilitation 4.330 0.814 5.144
Subtotal $ 5.430 $ 0.814 $ $ $ $ $ 6.244
Passenger Facilities
Mechanical Systems Rehabilitation 16.175 12.341 10.755 8.445 7.305 28.824 83.645
Parking Lot Rehabilitation 12.620 7.046 5.000 5.000 12.065 41.731
Station Enhancement Program 5.916 3.151 3.835 3.949 4.068 4.190 25.109
Vertical Transportation Rehabilitation 32.476 29.489 30.364 13.956 11.184 21.991 139.460
Subtotal $ 67.187 $ 52.027 $ 49.954 $ 31.350 $ 22.557 $ 67.070 $ 290.145
Maintenance Facilities
Bus and Rail Support Equipment 16.181 9.362 5.275 5.035 0.800 20.509 57.162
Rail Work Equipment and Locomotives 3.382 3.081 1.000 1.000 5.197 13.660
Repairables 5.300 5.450 5.600 5.750 5.794 5.968 33.862
Structures t Field Bases. Yards. and Shops 9.664 3.638 1.750 2.758 2.000 14.396 34.206
Subtotal $ 34.527 $ 21.531 $ 13.625 $ 14.543 $ 8.594 $ 46.070 $ 138.890
Systems
A TC and Power Syste,ns Rehabilitation 62.719 22.680 37.237 25.743 15.308 49.850 213.537
Fare Collection Equipment 4.071 2.750 6.821
UPS and Electrical Systems Rehabilitation 7.994 7.842 2.883 3.500 2.100 12.181 36.500
Subtotal $ 74.784 $ 30.522 $ 40.120 $ 29.243 $ 17.408 $ 64.781 $ 256.858
Track and Structures
Righl-ot-Way Track and Structures Rehabilitation 17.155 8.995 9.000 7.855 7.695 17.882 68.582
StaUon and Tunnel Leak Mitigation 2.264 1.300 1.300 1.300 1.300 2.625 10.089
Subtotal $ 19.419 $ 10.295 $ 10.300 $ 9.155 $ B.995 $ 20.507 $ 78.671
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(in millions S)

FY 2005 FY 2006 ~ EY12ID! ~ FY 2010 Total


Information Technology
Information Technology 4.658 2.000 2.000 1.000 1.000 5.000 15.658
Subtotal $ 4.658 $ 2.000 $ 2.000 $ 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 5.000 $ 15.658
Program Management and Support
Consultants and Engineering Services (IAWP) 4.500 3.000 2.500 2.500 1.000 8.196 21.696
Pr~ram Administration 9.639 7.431 5.553 4.412 3.000 7.540 37.575
Subtotal $ 14.139 $ 10.431 $ 8.053 $ 6.912 $ 4.000 $ 15.736 $ 59.271
Preventive Maintenance
Preventive Maintenance 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 124.200
Subtotal $ 20.700 $ 20.700 $ 20.700 $ 20.700 $ 20.700 $ 20.700 $ 124.200
.... Subtotal: Capital Projects $ 284.126 $ 201.085 $ 179.530 $ 136.154 $ 97.254 $ 312.484 $ 1,210.633

Financing Expenses
TIFIA Financing Expenses 106.825 133.200 161.600 198.375 600.000
Vertical Transportation Financing Expenses 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 36.000
Subtotal $ 6.000 $ 112.825 $ 139.200 $ 167.600 $ 204.375 $ 6.000 $ 636.000
Total Use of Funds $ 290.126 $ 313.910 $ 318.730 $ 303.754 $ 301.629 $ 318.4841 $ 1,846.633

Total Total
FY 2011·14 (For Information Purposes Only) FY 2011 FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2011·14 FY 2005·14

Capital Projects $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 1,740.000 $ 2,950.633


Financing Expenses - 636.000
Total Use of Funds $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 435.000 $ 1,740.000 $ 3.586.633 .
Attachment 2: Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005-2010 Source of Funds
(in minions $)

FY 2005 FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 Total


(Fed. FY04) (Fed. FY05) (Fed. FYOS) (Fed. FY07l (Fed. FY08) (Fed. FY09l
Grants and Contributions
Federal Grants
Federal Transit Formula Grant (Section 5307) $ 100.206 $ 93.182 $ 98.687 $ 104.859 $ 112.977 $ 122.186 $ 632.097
Federal Transit Capilallnveslment Grant (Section 5309) 59.236 80.148 84.883 90.191 97.173 105.094 516.725
Subtotal $ 159.442 $ 173.330 $ 18~.570 $ 195.050 $ 210.150 $ 227.280 $ 1,148.822
Local Contributions
Local Match for Federal Grants
Federar Transit Formula Grant (Section 5307) 25.052 23.296 24.672 26.215 28.244 30.547 158.026
Federal Transit Capita.l Investment Grant (Section 5309) 14.809 20.037 21.221 22.548 24.293 26.274 129.182
Subtotal $ 39.861 $ 43.333 $ 45.893 $ 48.763 $ 52.537. $ 56.821 $ 287.208
Other Local Contributions
Additional Local Contributions 46.241 70.043 55.913 40.137 19.094 14.810 246.238
Federal TEA-21 Flexible Funding via local Jurisdictions 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 48.324
Repairable Parts Accounts 5.300 5.450 5.600 5.750 5.794 5.519 33.413

.. Subtotal
Subtotal: Local Contributions
Subtotal: Grants and Contributions
$
$
$
59.595 $
99.456 $
258.898 $
83.547
126.880
300.210
$
$
$
69.567
115.460
299.030
$
$
$
53.941
102.704
297.754
$
$
$
32.942
85.479
295.629
$
$
$
28.383 $
85..204 $
312.484 $
327.975
615.183
1t 764.005

Other Fund Sources


Internally Generated Funds - Bus and Rail 3.528 3.528
Passenger Revenue to Support Vertical Transportation 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 36.000
Project Close-Out I Reprogramming 7.000 7.000
Refinancing and Tax Advantage Leases 14.700 14.700
Transportation Infrastructure Investment Fund (TtlF) 7.700 13.700 21.400
Subtotal $ 31.228 $ 13.700 $ 19.700 $ 6.000 $ 6.000 $ 6.000 $ 82.628
Total Source of Funds $ . 2906126 $ 313.910 $ 318.730 $ 303.754 $ 301.629 $ 318.4841 $ 1,846.633

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Approved Total Total


Malor Jurisdiction I Sponsor I • Project ,
FY04 & Prior ~ FY 2006 FY 2007 FY2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2005-10 Project

All WMATA Jurisdictions


All WMATA Jurisdictions
Buses $ 6.200 $ 2.900 $ 2.900 $ 9.100
Buses (50)
. Bus Enhancements
17.100
1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000
- 17.100
6.000
Intelligent Tfans. Systems: Communications
Metro Matters:
1.562 - 1.562
. Rail Car Options (50 cars 170 cars)
- -
Brentwood Rail Yard 3.000 - 3.000

. Greenbelt Rail Yard


Shady Grove Rail Yard 8.000
4.000 - 4.000
8.000
Traction Power Upgrades
Precision Stopping for ATC (a)
6.000 - 6.000
4.000 - 4.000
· Regional Bus Bike Racks 1.645
· 1.645
· Regional Customer Service Center
Rail Cars (SO)
0.550
120.000
· 0.550
- 120.000
· Rai~ Maintenance Yards and ShODS
Subtotal: All WMATA Jurisdictions
70.375
S 242.432 S 3.900 $ 1.000 $ 1.000 S 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 8.900
·
$
70.375
251.332

Distric1 of Columbia
District of Columbia Government
Downtown Circulator Buses 16.266 - 16.266
· Public Hearing on Minnesota Ave. ParkIng 0.050 - 0.050

· Station Name Changes: Rt Ave. & Arcnives


Washington ConventitJn Center
0.211
31.374
-
-
0.211
31.374
Subtotal: District of Columbia $ 47.901 $ 4
S - S - $ - S $ - $ . $ 47.901

ryland
Maryland Mass Transit Authority (MD-MTA)

· College Park Parking Facility 17.310 - 17.310

·
·
New Carrollton Parking Facility
Silver Sprina Transit Center
22.615
- -
22.615
.
Subtotal $ 39.925 S - $ - $ . S . $ - $ . $ . $ 39.925
Montgomery County

· Glenmont Parking Facility Destgn Work 1.600 - 1.600


.
Grosvenor Parking FacUity (bl - -
· Shady Grove Parking Facility (b)
White Flint Parkino Facility
-
16.540 -
-
16.540
Subtotal $ 18.140 S - $ . $ - $ - $ . $ . $ - S 18.140
Subtotal: Maryland $ 58.065 $ - $ - $ - $ - $ - $ . S ~
$ 58.065
Attachment 3: System Access/Capacity Program FY 2005-2010 Projects (tn mUJions $)

Approved Total Total


Major Jurisdiction I Sponsor I • Project FY04& Prior FY 2005 FY200G FY 2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY 2010 FY 2005·10 Protect
Virginia
City of Alexandria
Huntington Parking Facility 19.200 - 19.200
· Kina Street Station Improvements 16.600 - 16.600
Subtota1 $ 35.800 $ - $ - $ - $ - S - S - $ - S 35.800
Arlingaon County
ArUnglon capital Projects Program Administration 0.450 0.150 0.150 0.600
· Ballston Station improvements 14.450 0.550 0.550 15.000
· Clarendon Station Improvements 1.000 - 1.000
·
·
Crystal City Canopy
Rosslyn Stalion Improvements
0.300
0.350
-
-
0.300
0.350
· Shirlington Bus Terminal 1.800
.
- 1.800
Subtotal $ 18.350 S 0.700 $ - S - $ - $ - S $ 0.700 $ 19.050
Fairfax County
Vienna Parking Facility $ 27.100 $ - $ 27.100
Fair Oaks League
Fair Lakes ShuUle Buses $ 0.857 $ - $ 0.857
VA Department of Rail & Public Transportation
Dulles Corridor Buses 3.054 - 3.054
Franconia/Springfield Parking Facility 16.609 - 16.609
Pentagon Bus Tenninals 0.291 - 0.291
Virginia Bus Facility Expansion 0.900 - 0.900
Virginia Bus Stop Boxes 0.120 . 0.120
Virginia Bus Waiting Area 1.562 - 1.562
Virginia Parking Lot Signage 1.000 - 1.000
West Falls Church Bus Bay 1.000 - 1.000
West Falls Church Parking FaciUty 17.367 - 17.367
SUbtotal $ 41.903 $ . $ . $ .. S - $ - $ - S - :5 41.903
Subtotat: Viroinia $ 124.010 $ 0.700 $ - $ - $ . $ - S - $ 0.700 $ 124.710
Total SAP $ 472.408 $ 4.600 $ 1.000 S 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 1.00D $ 9.600 $ 482.008

(a) P,ecjsion Stopping lor ATC funding indudes $3.0 million ~ppropf1aled prior to Metro Matters.
(bt Buill by olhers.

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Approved Total Total


Major Jurisdiction I Sponsor I • Project FY04 & Prior FY2005 FY 2006 FY 2001 FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2005·10 Project

All WMATA Jurisdictions


All WMATA Jurisdictions

· Proiect Development
Subtotal
$
$
13.300
13.300
$
$
2.000
2.000
$
$
2.000
2.000
S
S
2.000
2.000
$
$
2.000
2.000
$
$
2.000
2.000
$
$
2.000
2.000
$
$
12.000
12.000
$
$
25.300
25.300

District of Columbia
District of Columbia Government
· DC Transit AUernaUves Anatysis & Anacostia
Corridor Demonstration Project 24.370 - 24.370
· New York Avenue Metrorail Station 103.700
.
- 103.700
Subtotal $ 128.070 $ - '$ - $ ~
$ - $ $ - .$ - $ 128.070

Maryland
Maryland Mass Transit Authority (MD-MTA)
· Largo Extension and Parking 447.100 9.300 9.300 456.400
· Purple Line DEfS
Subtotal $
10.600
457.700 $ 9.300 $ . $ - S - $ - S . $ 9.300
-
$
10.600
467.000

Virginia
Arlington Co. Project Development (Pentagon City) 0.040 0.040 0.040
VA Dept. of Rail & Public Transportation
· Dunes PEINEPA 52.250 8.000 4.500 12.500 64.750
Subtotal $ 52.250 $ 8.040 1$ 4.500 T$ - Is - 1$ ~ , $ - $ 12.540 $ 64.790

TotalSEP $ 651.320 $ 19.340 $ 6.500 $ 2.000 $ 2.000 S 2.000 $ 2.000 $ 33.840 $ 685.160
INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Hybrid/Diesel Bus Procurement

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the replacement of older buses and will ensure safe and continued
service to the Washington Metropolitan Area. Fiscal 2005 funds the beginning procurement
of hybrid/diesel buses.

JUSTIFICATION:

The average age of the WMATA bus fleet is currently 8.7 years. FTA's bus procurement
gUidelines recommend an average bus life of 6 years with a bus life expectancy of 12
years. However, a mid-life bus overhaul program is extending the life of Metrobuses to 15
years. This will allow for a reduction in new bus procurements, while maintaining a bus
fleet that is efficient and provides a high level of service to customers.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $111,794
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FY10

Capital Improvement Program 207


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Bladensburg Heavy Equipment/CNG

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds a comprehensive program to retrofit a portion of the Bladensburg


overhaul shop to allow for heavy maintenance of the CN G bus fleet. Fiscal 2005 funds the
the construction of the electrical and mechanical retrofit.

JUSTIFICATION:

Currently, the CNG bus fleet is operating out of Bladensburg Garage. The Bladensburg
facility was retrofitted to include a CNG fueling facility, but no provision was made for the
heavy maintenance of the eNG fleet. This facility is necessary to support that
maintenance.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $9,500
$ In Thousands

o o o o o
FYOS FYOG FY07 FYOB FY09 FY10

208 Capital In1provement PrograIn


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 - 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Bus Replacement

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the replacement of older buses and will ensure safe and continued
service to the Washington Metropolitan Area. Fiscal 2005 funds a contract option for
CNG buses. eNG buses will operate out of Bladensburg and Four Mile Run Garages.

JUSTIFICATION:

This project will complete the planned procurements of CNG buses. Out year funding
will be used to procure hybrid/diesel buses.

BUDGET SCHEDULE
I Total:$119,402
SIn Thousands

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FY08
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FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 · 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Rail Car Enhancements

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the retrofit or replacement of rail car related equipment that will improve
the accessibility, safety, diagnostic capability, maintenance, appearance and reliability of
the rail car fleet. Fiscal 2005 funds enhancements to the public address system capabilities
for rail car operators.

JUSTIFICATION:

Recent technological advances in rail crash worthiness, accessibility and diagnostic


capabilities have made it possible to improve the performance of the existing rail car fleet.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $1, 100


$ In Thousands

o o o o o
FY05 FY06 FY07 FYOB FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010
PROJECT TITLE: Rail Car Rehabilitation

DESCRIPTION:

This project will enhance rail car reliability with the mid-life overhaul of 364 Breda cars
including propulsion, brake, door controls, signs, interior, truck, heating, ventilation and air
conditioning, lighting, communications, high voltage and control cables systems/equipment.
Fiscal 2005 funds project management and engineering.

JUSTIFICATION:

The Breda car overhaul includes the replacement of the DC propulsion system with an AC
drive system which will result in lower maintenance costs for the remaining Ufe of the cars.
Substantial power savings may be derived from the regenerative braking system. In
addition, the friction brake hydraulic, pneumatic and electronic control systems and door
system components are nearing the end of their useful life. This rehabilitation must be
performed to avoid the additional maintenance caused by worn out parts and electrical
system degradation.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $5,144
$ In Thousands

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005· 2010
PROJECT TITLE: Vertical Transportation Rehabilitation & Maintenance

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• escalator/elevator maintenance,
• escalator rehabilitation,
• elevator rehabilitation.

These projects will fund the maintenance and the rehabilitation of escalators, and elevators.
The escalator rehabilitation includes the rehabilitation and code upgrade of the
Westinghouse modular escalators beginning with the oldest and poorest performing
equipment in the highest use stations. Fiscal 2005 funds the continuation of the mUlti-year
rehabilitation, with 32 escalators and 13 elevators scheduled for rehabilitation, and the
continuation of maintenance outsourcing of 347 escalators.

JUSTIFICATION:

A Blue Ribbon Panel studied the issues of elevator and escalator operation, rehabilitation,
and maintenance and provided their recommendations to the Board.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $139,460

$ In Thousands

I 32,476

21.991
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FY05 FY06 FY07


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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Station Enhancement Program

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the enhancement and restoration of rail passenger stations
including, concrete structures, granite edge stones, paver quarry tiles, sidewalks,
elastomeric roof coatings, all metal surfaces and gratings, stairwells, stairways, escalators
landing plates, platform shelters, doors hatches, exterior lighting and station signage and
graphics. Fiscal 2005 funds 14 major and 14 mini enhancements at 28 rail stations, various
signage improvements and communications.

JUSTIFICATION:

The station structures are aging and must be rehabilitated. Vaulted ceiling spalling and
deteriorated concrete has to be repaired to maintain structural integrity. Surface station
elastomeric roofing replacement is necessary to prevent accelerated deterioration. Station
walkways must be maintained to provide an adequate and safe environment for our patrons.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $25,109
$ In Thousands

FYOS FYOG FY07


_1- FYOB FY09 FY10

Capital Improvement Program 213


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 201'0

PROJECT TITLE: Parking Lot Rehabilitation

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the rehabilitation of asphalt pavement, curbs, curbs/gutter, and
sidewalks; drainage systems, sign age, electrical wiring/conduits, pavement marking/striping,
structures, station access roadways/bus bays, and parking lot equipment such as lot full
signs and cashier booths. Fiscal 2005 funds the rehabilitation of three parking garages, ten
surface lots, seven bus loops/bays and one parking access road.

JUSTIFICATION:

The parking facilities are deteriorating due to weathering and normal wear and tear. Some
of the facilities have been in operation for over 27 years. The asphalt paving, concrete
sidewalks/roadways, and bus loops have deteriorated and require rehabilitation in order to
maintain safe and reliable service.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $41,731
$ In Thousands

o
FY05 FY06 FY07 FYOB FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010
PROJECT TITLE: Mechanical Systems Rehabilitation

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• station and tunnel rehabilitation


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• fire system rehabilitation,


• station chiller rehabilitation,
• drainage pumping/sewer rehabilitation.

These projects include rehabilitation and replacement of aging and deteriorated equipment
including ventilation equipment, standpipes and sprinklers, airconditioning and underground
station and tunnel drainiage/sewage equipment and associated electrical systems. Fiscal
2005 activities include the rehabilitation/replacement of fans and dampers, continuation of
existing fire line and standpipe replacement at Forest Glen Station, chillers, cooling towers,
and air conditioning and handling units at ten stations, and replacement of sewer ejectors
at five stations.

JUSTIFICATION:

It is vital to replace tunnel ventilation systems, meet National fire code mandates requiring
installation of new fire suppression systems, and to maintain mechanical systems to ensu re
that passengers are transported in safe and comfortable conditions.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $83,845

$ In Thousands

FY05 FY06
__I IIIFY07 FY08
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FY09 FY10

Capital Improvement Program 215


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005- 201 0
PROJECT TITLE: Rail/Bus Structures, Field Bases, Yards and Shops

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• MTPD District Police Station,


• environmental compliance,
• emergency construction,
• rail structures, field bases, yards and shops.

These projects include design, installation, replacement and upgrade of equipment to


ensure environmental regulatory compliance of bus and rail facilities, the continuation of
emergency repairs and other construction/improvements, and a variety of rehabilitation to
facilities including masonry, door replacement, sidewalk and roadway repairs, and roof
replacement. Fiscal 2005 funds completion of a new police district station, numerous
environmental projects, labor materials and equipment for emergency work, and
continuation of the bus exhaust extraction installation.

JUSTIFICATION:

The replacement of equipment is necessary to meet regulatory standards and ensure


timely repairs to facility roofs, roadways, and interiors to maintain a safe environment for
employees and to protect vital equipment.

BUDGET SCHEDULE
Total: $34,206
$In Thousands
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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Repairables

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the replacement of repairable parts for rail cars, facilities, systems
equipment bus parts and major components which are beyond economic repair and
increases in repairable parts inventories when required to support system expansion,
increased mileage of the fleets, and effective scheduling of the bus overhaul program.
Fiscal 2005 funds the continued support of repairable parts inventories.

JUSTIFICATION:

Repairable parts are vital components of WMATA's bus and rail system. Adequate
quantities of parts are required to perform corrective and preventative maintenance, and
overhauls. The funding is provided by 1000/0 local jurisdiction contributions.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $33,862

$ In Thousands

5,968

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 - 2010
PROJECT TITLE: Bus/Rail Support Equipment

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• non-revenue vehicles,
• miscellaneous support equipment-other offices,
• misc. bus support equipment,
• misc. rail support equipment,
• bus lifts/bus work equipment,
II rail and bus washer rehabilitation.

Types of equipment to be rehabilitated or replaced include non-revenue vehicles, shop


equipment, test equipment, work equipment, major components for buses, overhead
cranes, compressors, lifts, jacks, drills, brake testers, brake lathes, chasis washers and
dynamometers, and car washing enhancements at all five rail car wash locations. Fiscal
2005 funds the procurement of cleaning equipment, support equipment, and non-revenue
vehicles, bus lifts and work equipment.

JU STIFICATION:

The replacement of support equipment is critical to the day-to-day operating and


administrative functions of Metrobus and Metrorail operations. Bus work equipment and bus
lift enhancements are needed to maintain the reliability of Metrobus service and provide for
an effective maintenance program.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $57,162

$ In Thousands

_ _ _,_ _- _ _- 8_0_0_

FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10

218 Capital hnprovelnent Program


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Rail Work Equipment/Locomotives

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• rail work equipment rehabilitation,


• locomotives and prime movers.

These projects fund the design and rehabilitation of all major shop equipment located in the
rail car maintenance shops including overhead cranes, rail train lifts and hoists, industrial
shop air compressors, equipment service elevators and hoisting mechanisms, as well as
self-propelled rail work equipment and rehabilitation and replacement of locomotives. deicer
cars, flat cars and specialty cars. Fiscal 2005 funds the replacement of cranes and
overhaul/repair of lifts and the replacement of prime movers.

JU STIFICATION:

The replacement of shop equipment and heavy work equipment is necessary to maintain
rail car service reliability.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $13,660
$In Thousands
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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010
PROJECT TITLE: ATC and Power System Replacement

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• train communications upgrade,


• public add ress systems replacement,
o rehabilitation of ATe equipment,
• rehabilitation of A/C TPSS and TPS equipment,
j

• traction power switchgear rehabilitation, including rectifiers,


e AlC power control system.

These projects include design, procurement and installation of all communications equipment
with the systems including stations, yards and shops, and the rehabilitation and replacement
of electrical systems, AC and DC circuit breakers, switchgear, and wayside automatic train
control equipment. Fiscal 2005 funds replacement and upgrade of vital communications
equipment, CTS, above ground FIA, telephone and intercom systems. high voltage systems
rehabilitation, and replacement of rectifiers.

JUSTIFICATION:

Communications systems and right-of-way systems have been in place for up to 25 years and
have been impacted by the elements which include station dust, water, high humidity and
corrosion. Equipment must be rehabilitated/replaced to ensure system reliability and integrity.

BUDGET SCHEDULE
Total: $213,537
$ In Thousands

49.850

FY05
__1_- FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 - 2010

PROJECT TITLE: UPS/Electrical Systems Rehabilitation

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• UPS system replacement,


• electrical systems rehabilitation.

These projects fund the replacement of UPS systems and battery banks and the
rehabilitation, replacement and upgrading of electrical systems including lighting, power
cables, power distribution feeds and panels, power transfer switches, motor control centers,
voltage regulators, generators and ancillary connected devices. Fiscal 2005 funds lighting
equipment, power cables, and voltage regulators. and multi-year UPS/battery replacements.

JUSTIFICATION:

It is vital to replace and rehabilitate tunnel and passenger station lighting due to the harsh
underground environment and to procure battery banks to provide emergency power at
stations to ensure that passengers are transported in safe and comfortable conditions.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $36,500

$ In Thousands

7.994 7.842

FY05 FY06
• • ..
2.863

FY07
3.500

FY08
2.'00

FY09 FY10

Capital Improvement Program 221


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Fare Collection Equipment

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds provides funding for the following:

• fare collection equipment,


• station carts.

Fiscal 2005 funds the procurement of SMADS equipment to replace existing equipment,
procurement of station carts, and replacement of currency handling equipment.

JUSTIFICATION:

This project is need to complete the interface with the fare collection vending machines and
fare gates.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $6,821
$ In Thousands

4,071

2,750

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: ROW Track and Structures Rehabilitation

DESCRIPTION:

This project provides funding for the following:

• ROW structural rehabilitation,


• ROW floating slab,
• ROW track rehabilitation.

These projects include the design, construction and rehabilitation of aerial structures and
tunnels, the retrofit of floating slabs to maintain proper rail elevations, and the replacement
of running rail, rail fasteners, rail switch points, stock rail frogs, restraining rail, cross ties and
fences and gates. Fiscal 2005 funds the steel tunnel liner rehab, replacement of
approximately 100 floating slabs, and replacement of running rail, welding, cross ties and
fasteners.

JUSTIFICATION:

These projects are required to control corrosion and deterioration due to weather, thermal
effects, cracks or breaks. Failure to replace these items will effect service reliability and
cause system degradation.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $68,582
$ In Thousands

8995 .9000
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FY05 FYD6 FYQ7 FY08 FY09 FY10

Capital Improvement Progranl 223


INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Station Tunnel Leak Mitigation

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the design and implementation of a program to correct water leaks in
stations and tunnels to ensure the structural integrity of the tunnel liner,s and to prevent
corrosion of wayside systems and equipment. Ground water intrusion into stations and
tunnels is occurring at numerous stations within Metrorail at cracks and expansion joints.
Fiscal 2005 funds the continuation of the grouting program.

JUSTIFICATION:

Groundwater intrusion has caused extensive corrosion to wayside tunnel systems including
automatic train control, communications, traction power equipment and cabling. A program
is necessary to address this problem.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $10,089
$ In Thousands
2,625

FYOS FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Information Technology

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds a comprehensive program of replacement of technology systems


supporting the Rail Operations Control Center (ROeS), the mainframe computer, and the
major financial systems and databases. Fiscal 2005 funds ITRP software interface, IT
security assessment and plan software tools and upgrades.

JUSTIFICATION:

The technological needs of the Authority are being addressed through an IT Strategic- Plan
and the systematic replacement of systems is underway allowing for the gathering,
processing and storing of secure data.

BUDGET SCHEDULE
Total: $15,658

$ In Thousands

4,658

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FY06 FY07
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1.000
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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Program Management and Support

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds General and Program Administration costs, including outside engineering
and consultant costs. Fiscal 2005 funds the continuation of these programs.

JUSTIFICATION:

These costs are necessary to support the management and administration of the IRP and to
contract for the expertise necessary to design specific IRP projects.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $ 59,271
$ In Thousands

15,736
14,139

8,053
6,912

FY05 FYOS • •
FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10

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INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
FY 2005 - 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Preventive Maintenance

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds a portion of the bus/rail vehicle overhaul/maintenance program which is
included in the IRP. Fiscal 2005 funds the continuation of the comprehensive bus/rail
overhaul/maintenance program.

JUSTIFICATION:

Capitalizing a portion of the bus/rail overhaul/maintenance costs will ensure high quality bus
and rail vehicles. This program will also help to extend bus life to 15 years and will reduce bus
replacement costs and relieve the IRP of some financial burden.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $124,200
Sin Thousands

20,700 20,700 20.700 20,700 20,700

FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY10

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SYSTEM ACCESS/CAPACITY PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Buses

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds additional buses needed to address system access/capacity needs.
Fiscal 2005 funds the procurement of buses.

JUSTIFICATION:

Buses must be available to transport customers to rail stations in order to address system
access/capacity needs in the coming years.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

I Total: $2.900* I

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SYSTEM ACCESS/CAPACITY PROGRAM
FY 2005 - 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Bus Enhancements

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds improvements to customer information on high performing routes and .
high priority corridors and develops a systems integration plan for bus traffic, prioritization
and real time bus information. Fiscal 2005 funds the start of these improvements.

JUSTIFICATION:
This project is needed to address system access/capacity needs.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $6,000*

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* The total cost of this project is $6 million.

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SYSTEM ACCESS/CAPACITY PROGRAM
FY 2005- 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Ballston Station Improvements

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds improvements to Ballston Station including design and construction
of an additional mezzanine and entrance, and additional elevators. Fiscal 2005 funds
completion of installation of three additional elevators and construction of an
underground passageway.

JUSTIFICATION:

This project addresses system access/capacity needs.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $550*

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SYSTEM EXPANSION PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Dulles PE/NEPA

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the professional services, environmental assessments and preliminary
engineering necessary to provide rail service in the Dulles corridor. Fiscal 2005 funding
supports continued PE activities with Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation
as the project sponsor.

JUSTIFICATION:

This project addresses the requirements to provide more service in the Dulles corridor
including the engineering work necessary to prepare for rail service in the corridor in the
future.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

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Total: $12,500*

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*The total cost of Dulles PE is $64.75 million.

Capital Irnprove1?Jent Program 237


SYSTEM EXPANSION PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Largo Extension and Parking

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds the extension of the Blue Line from its current terminal at Addison Road
to a new terminal at Largo Town Center. Fiscal 2005 funding supports construction
activities, project management, insurance, and IAWP support.

JUSTIFICATION:

This project funded with State of Maryland and Federal funds, will provide 3.2 miles of
additional rail service to customers in Prince George's county.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

Total: $9,300*

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SYSTEM EXPANSION PROGRAM
FY 2005 • 2010

PROJECT TITLE: Project Development

DESCRIPTION:

This project funds sketch engineering concepts for new extension or capacity
enhancement projects in the District, Maryland and Virginia. Fiscal 2005 funds studies
under the Board's Transit Service Expansion Plan, and engineering feasibility studies in
coordination with the jurisdictions. Each jurisdiction contributes proportionately to the
project.

JUSTIFICATION:

Advancing selected projects requested by the jurisdictions in accordance with the Board
of Directors Transit Expansion Plan as updated, is necessary to provide sketch engineering
in advance of funding for design, acquisition, and construction. This improves regionar
mobility and accessibility.

BUDGET SCHEDULE

$ In ThousandS Total: $12,040

FY05 FY06 FY07 FYOB FY09 FY10

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RAIL CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM
FUNDING

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Summary - Rail Construction Program Funding 241


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Summary of Rail Construction Program Funding
As of 6/30/2004

Funding Sources SIn Million

Federal Local Other Total

Direct Appropriation 2/3-1/3 $1,155 $576 $1,731

Interstate Highway $2,097 $283 $87 $2,467

Stark Harris $1,689 $422 $2,111

Reauthorization $1,294 $776 $2,070

Bond Proceeds $991 $991

Others - Interest, Sales Proceeds $656 $656

Total $6,235 $2,057 $1,734 $10,026

Local Contribution Breakdown

District of Columbia $714

Montgomery County $434


Prince Georges County $361
Maryland $795

Alexandria $83
Arlington County $189
Fairfax $4
Fairfax County $269
Falls Church $3
Virginia $548
Local Total $2,057

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ALLOCATION
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FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Allocation of Subsidy by Jurisdiction 245


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Subsidy Allocation Formulas

Operating:
Rail Base Allocation
Elelnents and Weighting
• Density weighted population by jurisdiction of residence 33%
• Number of rail stations by jurisdiction 33%
,. Average weekday ridership by jurisdiction of residence 33%

Rail Max Fare


• Equals one half the difference between what riders traveling more that 6 miles
would have paid without a tapered mileage charge or cap and what is actually
paid. The rider's jurisdiction of residence is determined by the rail survey.

Non-regional Bus Service


• Billed to the jurisdiction requesting the service based of the number of platform
hours used - marginal cost per hour of service net of route revenue.

Regional Bus Service


Elements and Weighting
• Density weighted population by jurisdiction of residence 25%
• Revenue hours per jurisdiction 25%
• Revenue miles per jurisdiction 35%
• Ridership by jurisdiction of residence 15°tlo

Para Transit
• Cost are allocated based on riders jurisdiction of residence:
o Cost per trip based on trips completed
o Scheduling cost based on trips requested
II Vehicle lease cost based on number of assigned vehicles per jurisdiction

Capital:
IRP Bus projects
• Allocated based on total weekday revenue miles

IRP Rail proj ects


• Local portion of funding is allocated based on the five year average audited
subsidy by jurisdiction

Allocation of Subsidy by Jurisdiction 247


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SUMMARY OF STATE/LOCAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

PRINCE
DISTRICT OF MONTGOMERY GEORGE'S CllYOF ARLINGTON FAIRFAX FAIRFAX FALLS
COLUMBIA COUNTY COUNTY AlEXANDRIA COUNTY CITY COUNTY CHURCH TOTAL
ETROBUS OPERATING SUBSIDY
REGIONAL SUBSIDY $82.265,101 $27.846.913 $31.057,037 $9,477,588 $14.399,280 $348.898 $23,203.652 $751,601 $189,350,070
NON-REGIONAL $20.905.371 $5,885,109 $11.874,116 $661,306 $405.000 $0 $6,215,118 $0 $45,946.020
TOTAL BUS OPERATING $103.170,472 $33.732,023 $42.931.152 $10,138,894 $14.804,280 $348.898 $29,418.770 $751,601 $235,296,090
43.8°k 14.3% 18.2% 4.30/0 6.3% O.1°k 12.5% 0.3%

ETRORAIL OPERATING SUBSIDY


BASE ALLOCATION $39,009,027 521.401.475 $20,544,473 $5,341,245 $11,344.515 $348.796 $16,424,616 $310.299 $114,724,445
MAX FARE SUBSIDY $263,345 $2.107,841 $924.763 $105.512 $72,880 $40,395 $970.236 $12,142 $4,497.115
TOTAL RAIL OPERATING $39,272.372 $23,509.316 $21,469.237 $5,446.757 $11,417,394 $389.191 $17.394,852 $322,441 $119,221,560
32.9% 19.7% 18.0% 4.6% 9.6% 0.3% 14.60/0 0.3%

ARATRANSIT SUBSIDY $10,995,178 $14,552,639 $14,835,729 $643.255 $572,312 $86,027 $5,944.510 $67.050 $47.696,700
23.1 ok 30.5% 31.1% 1.3% 1.2% 0.2% 12.5°J'o 0.1 Ok

UBTOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDY $153,438,022 $71.793.978 $79,236.119 $16,228.905 $26.793,986 $824,116 $52,758.132 $1.141.093 $402,214,350

$10,331,300 $2,740,200 $46,700 $38,SOO


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0- OTAl APPROVED SUBSIDY $163,769,322 $76.661,478 $84,109,019 $17,647.105 $29.534.186 $870.816 $55,927,032 $1.179,593 $429,698.550
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APPROVED BUDGET OPERATING ASSISTANCE TREND

FY03 02-03 FY04 03-04 FY05


APPROVED GROWTH APPROVED GROWTH APPROVED
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA $158,780.800 -0.5% $158,028,185 3.6% $163,769,322

MONTGOMERY COUNTY $69,119,539 6.7% $73.779,684 3.9% $76,661,478


PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY $74,514,620 6.5% $79,376,717 6.0% $84,109,0,19
MARYLAND TOTAL $143.634,159 6.6% $153.156.400 5.0% $160.770,496

CITY OF ALEXANDRIA $17,633,550 -2.6% $17,175,341 2.7% $17.647,105


ARLINGTON COUNTY $29.541,297 -3.9% $28,395,924 4.0% $29,534,186
FAIRFAX CITY $887.379 2.4% 5908,445 -4.1% 5870,816
FAIRFAX COUNTY 552,744.670 1.7% $53,638.855 4.3% $55.927,032
FALLS CHURCH $1,125,491 4.8% $1,179.095 0.0% $1,179.593
VIRGINIA TOTAL $101,932,387 -0.6% $101,297,660 3.8% $105,158,732

COMPACT TOTAL $404,347,346 2.0% $412,482,246 4.2% $429,698,550

Allocation of Subsidy by Jurisdiction 249


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v. BUDGET FOR FISCAL 2005 INFRASTRUCTURE RENEWAL PROGRAM
0 STATE AND LOCAL FUNDING REQUIREMENTS
IN THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS

PRINCE
GEORGE'S ARLINGTON FAIRFAX FAIRFAX FALLS
DISTRICT OF MONTGOMERY
COUNTY ALEXANDRIA COUNTY CITY COUNTY CHURCH TOTAL
COLUMBIA COUNTY

FLEXIBLE FUNDING MATCH;


BUS PROJECTS
934.3 1.468.0 291.8 434.5 880.8 17.4 6.443.2
FEDERAl 2.416.4
4.3 1,610.8
604.1 233.6 367.0 72.9 108.6 220.2
LOCAL
3.020.5 1,167.9 1,835.1 364.7 543.1 1,101.0 21.7 8,054.0
TOTAL FLEXIBLE FUNDING

SECTION 9 MATCH:
3,525.7 1,363.3 2,142.0 425.7 633.9 1.285.2 25.3 9,401.2
BUS PROJECTS
5,649.9 2.908.' 2.574.7 684.7 '.543.8 48.7 2,196.3 44.7 15.650.4
RAIL CATEGORY 2
TOTAL SECTION 9 MATCH 9,175.6 4,271.4 4.716.7 1,110.4 2.177.7 48.7 3.481.4 70.0 25.051.6

SECTION 3 MATCH:
BUS PROJECTS
RAIL CATEGORY 2 5.346.1 2,751.7 2.436.3 647.9 1,460.8 46.0 2,078.2 42.3 14.809.0
TOTAL SECTION 3 MATCH 5,346.1 2~751.7 2,436.3 647.9 1,460.8 46.0 2,078.2 42.3 14,809.0

LOCAL ADDITIONAL FUNDS


BUSES
~ BUS PROJECTS 8.670.7 3,352.7 5.267.8 1,047.0 1.559.0 3.160.6 62.3 23.120.0
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0 RAIL PROJECTS 8,346.8 4.296.2 3.803.8 1,011.5 2.280.7 71.9 3.244.6 66.0 23,121.0
a TOTAL ADDITIONAL FUNDS 17,017.5 7,648.9 9.071.5 2.05895 3.839.7 71.9 6.405.2 128.3 46,241.0
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0 178.7 362.3 7.1 2,650.0
t-t, BUS 993.8 384.3 603.8 120.0
rn RAIL 956.7 492.4 436.0 115.9 261.4 8.2 371.9 7.6 2.650.0
ecr TOTAL REPAIRABLE PARTS 1.950.5 876.7 1.039.8 235.9 440.1 8.2 734.1 14.7 5,300.0
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Infrastructure Renewal Program Bus Project Allocation
Weekday Planned Changes Weekday
Revenue Revenue
Miles New Miles
Sept.FY04 Guidllne Service Sept. FV04 Distribution

Dlsl7lct of Columbia 12,038.336 12.038,336 37.50%


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Montgomery County 4,654,786 4,6!i4,786 14.50%
Prince George's County 7.313,701 7,313,701 22.78%
Ma~nd Subtotal 11,968,487 0 0 11,968,487 37.29%

Alexandria 1,453,660 1,453.660 4.53%


ArlIngton 2,164,542 2.164,542 6.74%
City of Fairfax 0 0 0.00%
Fairfax County 4,388,017 4,38B,On 13.67%
FaDs Church 88,472 86,472 0.27%
Virginia Subtotal 8,092.750 0 0 8,092,750 25.21%

Total 32,099.574 0 0 32,099,574 100.00%

FISCAL 2005 INFRASTRUCTURE AND RENEWAL PROGRAM


ALLOCATION OF LOCAL MATCH FOR RAIL RELIABIUTY PROJECTS

DISTRIBUTION OF PRINCE
RAIL OPERATING DISTRICT OF MONTGOMERY GEORGE'S FAIRFAX ARLINGTON FAIRFAX FALLS
ASSISTANCE: COLUMBIA COUNTY COUNTY ALEXANDRIA CITY COUNTY COUNTY CHURCH TOTAL

FY1999 38.33% 18.49% 15.56% 4.52% 0.30% 10.32% 14.19% 0.29% 100%
FY2000 36.90% 18.35% 15.46% 4.48% 0.30% 10.18% 14.05% 0.29% 100%
FY2001 38.13% 18.84% 16.29% 4.32% 0.32% 9.75% 14.07% 0.28% 100%
FY2002 35.60% 18.55% 17.69% 4.26% 0.31% 9.49% 13.83% 0.28% 100%
FY2003 35.54% 18.68% 17.28% 4.31% 0.32% 9.58% 14.03% 0.29%- 100%

FIVE YEAR AVE.:

FY1999·2003 36.10% 18.58% 16.45% 4.38% 0.31% 9.86% 14.03% 0.29% 100.00%

Allocation of Subsidy by Jurisdiction 251


FISCAL 2005 SYSTEM REPLACEMENT AND REHABILITATION BUDGET
BUS CAPITAL 1/10th ADJUSTMENTS
FY 2005ADJUSTMENT
Prince
District of Montgomery George's Northern
1/10th of Original Billing Columbia County County Virginia Total
FY1994 ~ 10th ADJUST
FY1995 ~ 9th ADJUST
FY1996 ~ 8th ADJUST
FY1997 -7th ADJUST 104,436 41,258 62.080 72.235 280,009
FY1998 - 6th ADJUST 70.554 27,150 43,174 47,247 188,125
FY1999 - 5th ADJUST 305,995 119.044 187,623 203,338 816.000
FY2000 - 4th ADJUST 314,888 129,020 193,397 220,507 857.812
FY2001 - 3rd ADJUST 442.794 191.350 263,514 151,631 1,049.288
FY2002 - 2st ADJUST 657,634 310,610 318.834 495,942 1.783.020
FY2003 - 1st ADJUST 893,789 355,873 528,904 584,335 2,362,900
2,790,090 1,174,304 1,597,525 1,775,235 7,337,153

DISTRIBUTION OF WEEKDAY
REVENUE MILES 37.5% 14,5% 22.8% 25.2% 100%

REVISED DISTRIBUTION 2,751,660 1,063,967 1,671,728 1,849,799 7,337,153


ADJUSTMENT DUE
1-Jul-04 ($38,430) ($110,337) $74,203 $74,564 $0

252 Allocation of Subsidy by Jurisdiction


RESERVES

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Reserves 253
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254 Reserves
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
OFFICE OF ACCOUNTING
OPERATING AND CAPITAL RESERVES
JUNE 30, 2004

Ooerating Reserves
$2,187,848
$0 $2,187,848
Reimbursable Project Reserve $1,300,372 $887,476
62,060,278 (27,357,702) 34,702,576 34,702,576 0
Injuries & Damages\Workmen's Comp
7,893,844 (1,080,555) 6,813,289 0 6,813,289
Operating Contingency
25,385,018 (9,104,464) 16,280,554 16,280,554 0
Parking Surcharge
Medical Claims Reserve 1,910,528 533,779 2,444,307 2,444,307 0

Health Insurance Refund 880,409 99,851 980,260 980,260 0

Reserve for Obsolescence 8,256,436 (328,436) 7,928,000 7,928,000 0


Technology Improvement 4,582,032 (321,821) 4,260,211 4,260,211 0
Reserve DC Bus Improvement 1,169,886 16,840 1,186,726 0 1,186,726
MTPD Law Enforcement Reserve 33,725 (3,952) 29,773 0 29,773
Smart Card Reserve 668,984 256,153 925,137 925,137 0
P & T Can)'over Reserve 4,688,384 (3,157,957) 1,530,427 1,530,427 0
Station Surveilance Reserve 1,139,484 (46,809) 1,092,675 1,092,675 0
Uncollectible Accounts 1,530,411 (180,646) 1,349,765 1,349,765 0
Transit Infrastructure Investment Fund 40,155,514 3,144,835 43,300,349 43,300,349 0
Riders\Bebchick 9,954,045 2,854,052 12,808,097 2,231,294 10,576,803
Total Operating Reserves $171,609,350 ($33,789,356) $137,819,994 $117,025,555 $20,794,439
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APPENDIX A

RESOLUTIONS
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS

FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-I


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A-2 Appendix A -- Resolutions of the Board of Directors


WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY
RESOLUTIONS OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
FISCAL 2005 BUDGET

1. Page A-4 Approval of FY 2005 Proposed Budget Guidelines (03-57)

2. Page A-6 Approval of FY 2005 Operating Budget and Reimbursable Projects (04-30)
(includes FY2005 fare adjustment package)

3. Page A-i6 Establishment of Operational Funding for 4-Car Late Night Trains (04-42)

4. Page A-17 Approval of Amended FY 2005-2010 Capital Improvement Program (04-31)

5. Page A-26 Operating Budget Reprogramming Policy (99-21)

6. Page A-28 Revised IRP Reprogramming Policy (00-43)

7. Page A-29 Regional Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula (98-27)

8. Page A-34 Non-Regional Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula (98-32)

9. Page A-37lnterjurisdictional Funding Agreement (98-38)

10. Page A-39 Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services (00-10)

11. Page A-48 Metrorail Subsidy Allocation Formula (95-14)

12. Page A-53 Paratransit Subsidy Formula (99-31)

13. Page A-54IRP Subsidy Allocation Formula and SAP Formula (03-20)

14. Page A-55 Use of Operating Reserve (03-50)

15. Page A-56 Accrual Accounting and P&T Carryover (94-35)

16. Page A-57 Approval of Fiscal 2003 Operating Budget (02-30)


(includes polley on 3rd Party Claims Reserve)

17. Page A-60 Policy for Capital & Operating Costs for New Start Projects (00-35)

18. Page A-62 Establishment of Reimbursable Policy and Project Reserve Funds (99-63)

19. Page A-66 Revised Policy on Transit Infrastructure Investment Fund (TIIF) (00-50)

20. Page A·69 Amended Polley on Transit Infrastructure Investment Fund (TIIF) (02-44)

21. Page A·73 Establishment of TIIF Funding for Joint Development Activities (04-43)

22. Page A-74 Board Committee Functions (04-01)

23. Page A-81 Changes to the Procurement Policy Statement (00-42)

24. Page A-89 Approval of 10-year CIP program (02-53)

25. Page A-97 Approval of Strategic Plans (02-46)

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-3


PRESENTED & ADOPTED: October 23, 2003

SUBJECT: Approval of Proposed


Fiscal 2005 Operating Budget Guidelines

20Q3-57
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, The CEO will present a proposed fiscal 2005 operating budget to the Board of
Directors in December, 2003; and

WHEREAS, Staff has provided the Board with estimates of potential costs, revenues and
resulting jurisdictional requirements; and

WHEREAS, Key assumptions now need to be defined and Board budget guidelines need
to be established to reflect these key assumptions; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, The Board Budget Committee recommends Board approval of the proposed
fiscal 2005 operating budget assumptions and gUidelines contained in Attachment A; and
be it further

RESOL VED, That upon approval of the Board of Directors this resolution shall become
effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.

Motioned by Mrs. Mack moved t seconded by Mr. Zimmerman, unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 - Mr. Graham, Mr. Smith, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Trotter, Mr. Zimmerman, and Mr. Kauffman
A-4 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors
ATTACHMENT A

PROPOSED FISCAL 2005 OPERATING BUDGET GUIDELINES AND ASSUMPTIONS

The CEO will present the proposed fiscal 2005 operating budget, including jurisdictional
allocations, .to the Board Budget Committee in December 2003. The priority for the budget
will be cost containment, consistent with the need to maintain system safety, system
reliability, and service quality. The proposed fiscal 2005 operating budget will be developed
in accordance with the following assumptions and requirements:

1. The proposed operating budget expenses shall not exceed 7 percent above
the 2004 budget, as amended, for expenses.

2. The proposed operating budget subsidy shall not exceed 4.5 percent above
the 2004 budget, as amended, for subsidy.

3. There shall be revenue and cost adjustment options prepared and presented
in December which achieve the cost and subsidy levels specified.

4. Additional revenue and cost adjustment options shall be prepared and


presented in December which permit a maximum subsidy growth of 2.6
percent.

All of the above calculations shall exclude debt service requirements which are fixed
and do not vary from fiscal 2004 to fiscal 2005.

The proposed budget will meet all federal and local requirements, including the ADA
paratransit mandate.

The fiscal 2005 operating subsidy calculations will continue the use of Board approved
subsidy distribution formulas. The fiscal 2005 subsidy allocations will be based on the
most recent formula data available, including a full phase in the most recent census
data available and the most recent ridership by jurisdiction of residence data available.

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-5


PRESENTED AND ADOPTED: June 17,2004

SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF FISCAL 2005 OPERATING BUDGET AND


OPERATING REIMBURSABLE PROJECTS

2004-30
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RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, The Board of Directors has received and considered the comments of .
the local jurisdictions on the Proposed Fiscal 2005 Operating Budget; and

WHEREAS, The Board of Directors has received and considered the requests of
the local jurisdictions on establishing the Fiscal 2005 Reimbursable Operating
Projects; and
WHEREAS, The FY2005 Operating Budget includes:
• A fare increase generating additional operating revenue of $29.2 million
dollars,
• Approximately $33.5 million in cost reductions and increases in non-
passenger revenues,
• Opening of the two new station and six miles of additional rail system
on the Blue Line,
• Opening of an in-fill station at New York Avenue,
• Continued rapid expansion of paratransit services to meet increased
demand,
• Metrobus service improvements on Route 22B and US Route 29,
• Metrorail 5:00AM early opening;

now, therefore, be it

RESOL VEO That the Board of Directors approves the Fiscal 2005 Operating
Budget providing for revenues of $538,468,850; operating expenses of
$940,683,200; and an operating subsidy requirement of $402,214,350, as well as a
Fiscal 2005 debt service requirement of $27,484,200; and approves a staffing level
of 10,327 positions; and be it further

RESOL VED That the Board of Directors approves the fare and fee increases as
shown in attachment A; and be further

RESOL VED That weekend rail service from 2:00AM to 3:00AM on Friday and
Saturday nights shall be converted from a District of Columbia reimbursable project
to regional service as of January 1, 2005; and be it further

Motioned by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. KaurCman


Ayes: 4 ~ Mr. Smith, Mr. Kauffman, Mrs. Mack. Mr. otegan
A-I~yes: 2 -Inf. Zimmerman and Mr. Graha.mAppend'IX A - R eso IUt'IOnS 0 fth e B oard 0 fD'lrectors
RESOL VED That the jurisdictional shares of the Fiscal 2004 total subsidy,
including debt service requirement are as follows:

District of Columbia $163,769,322


Montgomery County $76,661,478
Prince George's County $84,109,019
City of Alexandria $17,647,105
Arlington County $29,534,186
Fairfax City $870,816
Fairfax County $55,927,032
City of Falls Church $1,179,593
Total $429,698,550

as further detailed in attachment B; and be it further

RESOL VED That the Reimbursable Operating Projects that will be undertaken are
as follows:

Service Subsidy
Columbia Pike Street Supervisor $75,000
3Y Bus Route $150,000
George Route $410,000
Customer Service & Signage Ini. $0
Laurel- Burtonsville Express $115,000
Weekend 3AM Rail Late Close# $935,000
National Arboretum $60,000
College Park - Bethesda $465.083
Crofton - New Carrollton $210,426
Greenbelt - aWl $1,076,572
Chartes County Service $704,894
Springfield Circulator $464,801
Metro Park Shuttle $181,428
Springfield Shuttle $124,627
Tyson's Reverse Commute $262,183
Van Pools $215,250
Access-ta-Jobs $358.750
Total 5,809,014
# DC reimbursable until 12/31/04

and be it further

RESOL VED That the operating reimbursable project for enhanced passenger
communication and signage shall be undertaken utilizing the revenues obtained
from a Board approved advertising initiative, to be continued until the Board acts to

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Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-7
RESOLVED That the operating reimbursable project for enhanced passenger
communication and signage shall be undertaken utilizing the revenues obtained
from a Board approved advertising initiative, to be continued until the Board acts to
eliminate, or amend the project, and that the elements of this initiative shall be
approved by the Budget Committee annually; and be it further

RESOL VED That the Board of Directors approves the carryover of funds with a
total of $783 r OOO t $283,000 for collateral graphic arts material for fare actions and
$500.000 for purchasing of SmarTrip cards to support parking, from fiscal 2004 to
fiscal 2005 for; and be it finally

RESOLVE.D That this Resolution shall be effective immediately.

Revi:ewed as to form and legal sUfficiency.

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A-8 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors
Fiscal 2005 Fare Adjustments
Effective Date: June 27, 2004

Metrorail Prices
Increase regular fares by the following:
• Increase the regular boarding charge to $1 .35
• Increase the regular mileage charge for miles 3 - 6 to $0.22
• Increase the regular mileage charge for over 6 miles to $0.195
• Increase the maximum regular fare to $3.90

Increase reduced period fares by the following:


• Increase the reduced period fare for trips under 7 miles to $1.35
• Increase the reduced period fare for trips of 7 to 10 miles to $1.85
• Increase the reduced period fare for trips over 10 miles to $2.35

Maintain the fare for senior and disabled patrons at one-half the regular period
fare, all day, not to exceed an amount of $1.95

Institute an 18month' demonstration to provide free fares to ADA certified


MetroAccess customers and a compahion or Personal Care Attendant (PCA)

Charge regular fares for Friday and Saturday late night closing between the hours
of 2:00 AM and 3:00 AM on Saturday and 2:00 AM and 3:00 AM on Sunday

Metrobu5 Prices
Increase the Regular Metrobu5 boarding charge to $1.25

Increase the Express Metrobus boarding charge to $:j.OO

Retain the senior and disabled fare at $0.60

Institute an 18month demonstration to provide free fares to ADA certified


MetroAccess customers and a companion or Personal Care Attendant (peA)

Increase the fare on routes 94, A-2-4-5-6-7-B, M8-9, W2, W3. W6, W8-9, 82, P1-2, P-6,
U-2 and 90 to $0.75 .

Increase the fare on routes 2T 2W, 3T, 12C-D-E-L-F-M-R-S, 18R-S, 20F-W-X-Y, 24T, and
28T to $1.00

Increase the fare on the George to $0.50

Transfers Arrangements
Increase the fee for transfers from regular Metrobus to Metrobus Express routes to
$1.75

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-9


Institute a balanced transfer worth a discount of $0.50 in each direction with
SmarTrip@l'only, after installation of SmarTripC!l fareboxes on all buses operating in the
region.

• Eliminate the $.90 rail-fo-bus paper transfer, offer SmarTrip@ installation


on all bus fareboxes in the region. However, prior to the
implementation of the balanced transfer the price paid to board a
Mefrobu5 with a paper rail-fa-bus transfer will remain $0.35.

• Prior to the implementation of the balanced transfer the price paid to


board a Metrobu5 express route with a paper rail-fa-bus transfer will
increase to $2.10.

• After the implementation of the balanced transfer, SmarTrip@ users


making a bus-fa-rail transfer will receive a $0.50 discount on the rail
fare, and SmarTrip@) users making a rail-fo-bus transfer will receive a
$0.50 discount on regular Metrobus {fare owed $O.7S} or Metrobu5
Express fare (fare owed $2.50)

Increase the transfer fee from local buses to Metrobu5 to the following:
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• ART Route 90 to Metrobus: $0.75, all other ART to Metrobus: Free
• The Bus to Metrobus: $0.50
• Connect-a-Ride to Mefrobus: Free
• . DASH to Metrobus: Free
• Fairfax Connector Routes: Free
• George to Metrobus: $0.75
• PRTC Omniride to Metrobus: Free
• Ride On to Metrobus: Free

Increase the transfer fee from local buses to Mefrobus Express routes to the
following:

• ART Route 90 to Metrobus: $2.50, all other ART to Mefrobus: 1.75


• The Bus to Metrbbus: $2.25
• Connect-a-Ride to Metrobus: $1.75
• DASH to Metrobus: $1.75
• Fairfax Connector Routes 383, 384, 385, and 989 to Metrobus: Free
• All other Fairfax Connector Routes to Metrobus: $1.75
• George to Metrobus: $2.75
• PRTC Omniride to Metrobus: Free
• Ride On to Metrobus: $1.75

A-tO Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


Retain the free transfer to Metrobu5 for MARC weekly and monthly pass holders and
increase the price of a transfer to Metrobu5 Express routes to $' .75

Retain the free transfer to Metrobus for VRE ticket and pass holders and increase
the price of a transfer to Metrobus Express routes to $1 .75

Parking Rates and Fees


Increase parking rates and fees to the following:

Daily Fees Total


Station Base Fee Surcharge Fee Parking Fee

Montgomery County

Shady Grove $2.50 $1.50· $4.00

Rockville $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

Twinbrook $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

White Flint $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

Grosvenor $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

Glenmont $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

Wheaton $1.75 $1.50 $3.25

Forest Glen $2.50 $1.50 $4.00

Prince George's County

Greenbelt $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

College Park $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Prince George's Plaza $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

West Hyattsville $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

New Carrollton $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Landover $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-II


Cheverly $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Addison Road $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Capital Heights $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Branch Avenue $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Suitland Parkway $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Naylor Road $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

Southern Aven ua $2.75 $0.75 $3.50

District of Columbia

Anacostia $3.50 $0.00 $3.50

Minnesota Avenue $2.50 $0.00 $2.50

Deanwood $3.50 $0.00 $3.50

Rhode Island $3.50 $0.00 $3.50

Fort Totten $3.50 $0.00 $3.50

Arlington County

East Falls Church $2.75 $1.00 $3.75

City of Alexandria!
Fairfax County

Van Dorn $3.25 $0.50 $3.75

Fairfax County

Huntington $2.50 $1.25 $3.75

Franconia-Springfield $2.50 $1.25 $3.75

Vienna $2.50 $1.25 $3.75

Dunn Loring $2.50 $1.25 $3.75

A-12 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


West" Falls Church $2.75 $1.00 $3.75

Total
Station Base Fee Surcharge Fee Parking Fee

Daily Parking at Meters

Rockville Station
12- hour metered lot
($.25 per 45 minutes) $2.75 $1.25 $4.00
(68.8%) (31.2%)
All Stations
12- hour parking meters
($0.25 per 45 minutes) $4.00 $0.00 $4.00

Short-term Parking at Meters

All Stations
7-hour and shorter duration meters
($0.25 per 45 minutes)
(Current rates remain in effect) $2.35 $0.00 $2.35

Monthly Permit Fees


Adjust the monthly reserved permit program to require Monthly Reserved permit
holders to pay the daily parking rate to exit any Metro parking facility. At stations
offering a Monthly Permit, Monthly Permit holders are not required to pay the
daily rate to exit parking facilities. Adjust the parking permit fees to the following:
Monthly
Reserved
Stations Parking Fee

All Stations $ 45.00

Increase the daily parking fee for non-Metro riders at New Carrollton to $7.50
and at Twinbrookl and White Flint to $7.75

Metrorail and Metrobus Fare Media

Metrorall
Increase the price of the One-Day pass to $6.50 (Valid after ·9:30 AM weekdays
and all day Saturday and Sunday)

Increase the price of the 7-Day pass to $32.50

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-I3


Increase the price of the 7-Day Short Trip pass to $22

Increase the maximum allowable fare on the 7-Day Short Trip pass to $2.20

Increase the price of the Passport by the following:


• 2-Day to $15.00
• 3-Day to $22.50
• 4-Day to $30.00

Metrobus
Retain the price of the Regional One Day bus pass at $3.00 (Valid all day)

Retain the price of the Weekly Flash pass at $11.00

Retain the price of the Weekly Senior pass at $6.00


Retain the price of the Weekly Disabled pass at $6.00

Increase the fee for tokens to $1.25

other
Increase the price of the MARC/VRE Transit Link Pass to $65

Maintain the price of the MARC Commuter Bus Transit Link pass at $110

Increase the price of DC Student tokens to $0.625

Increase the Student Farecard to $6.50

MetroAccess Fares
Increase the MetroAccess fare from $2.40 to $2.50, one-half the bus boarding
charge

Add a supplemental fare to the ~etroAccess base fare for all MefroAccess trips
originating or terminating beyond 3h of a mile from fixed-route bus route or rail
station, with a supplemental fare of $1.00 added for every three miles beyond
the 3/.. mile service area limit to a maximum of $4.00 per one-way passenger trip.
The service area limit shall be established based upon the weekday peak
period service of Metrobus, Metrorail and local jurisdiction bus services.

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ATTACHMENT B

FISCAL 2005 APPROVED BUDGET


SUMMARY OF STATE/LOCAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS

~
~
PRINCE
(l) DISTRICT OF MONTGOMERY GEORGE'S CJTYOF ARLINGTON FAIRFAX FAIRFAX FALLS

=
.....
p..
TROBUS OPERAnNG SUBSIDY
COLUMBIA COUNTY COUNTY ALEXANDRIA COUNTY CITY COUNTY CHURCH TOTAL

*
> EGIONAL SUBSIDY $82,265.101 $27,846,913 $31.057,037 $9.4n,588 $14.399,280 S348,898 $23,203.652 $751.601 S189.350,070
I $11.874,116 $661.306 $405.000 $0 $6,215,118 $0 545,946.020
ON.REGIONAL 520,905.371 $5.885.109
~
n TOTAL BUS OPERATING $103,170.472 $33,732,023 $42.931.152 $10,138,894 $14,804.280 $348,898 529.418.nO $751.601 $235.296.090
en
0 0.1% 12.5% 0.3%
~ 43.8% 14.3% 18.2% 4.3% 6.3°A»
g
.....
0
~ mOHAlL OPERATING SUBSIDY
0
......, ASE ALLOCATION $39.009,027 $21.401,475 $20.544.413 $5,341,245 $11,344.515 $348.796 $16.424.616 $310,299 $114,724.445
$72,880 $40,395 $970.236 $12.142 $4.497,115
S'
(l)
AX FARE SUBSIDY $263.345 52.107.841 $924.763 $105.512
TOTAL RAIL OPERATING 539.272.372 $23,509.316 $21.469.237 $5,446.757 $11,417.394 $389.191 $17.394.852 $322.441 $119.221,560
tI:I
0.3%
a
0

:TRANSIT SUBSIDY
32.9%

$10,995.178
19.7%

$14,552,639
18.0%

$14,835.729
4.6%

$643,255
9.60/0

$572.312
0.3%

$86.027
14.6%

$5.944.510 $67.050 $47,696,700


23.1% 30.5% 31.1% 1.3% 1.2% 0.2% 12.5% 0.1%

TOTAL OPERATING SUBSIDY $153,438,022 $71,793,978 $79.236.119 $16.228.905 $26.793,986 $824,116 $52,758,132 $1,141.093 $402,214,350

$10,331,300 $4,867.500 $4,872.900 $1,418.200 $2.740,200 $46,700 $3,168,900 $38.500 $27,484,200

$163,769,322 $76.661.478 $84,109,019 $17,647,105 $29,534,186 $870.816 $55.927.032 $1,179,593 $429,698.550


38.1% 17.8% 19.6% 4.1% 6.9% 0.2% 13.0% 0.3%
PRESENTED AND ADOPTED: September 16,2004

SUBJECT: RAIL CAR DEPLOYMENT PLAN

2004-42
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD BUDGETCOMMITTEE
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, The authority implemented late night two-car train operation (Sunday
through Thursday after 10:30 PM) as part of the FY05 budget, resulting in cost savings
of $1,000,000; and

WHEREAS, It has been determined that this change has resulted in extreme crowding on
some of the two-car trains; and

WHEREAS, The Operations and Safety Committee unanimously voted to restore late
night four-car train operations on July 22, 2004 and referred the budget impact to the
September 9, 2004 Board Budget Committee; now, therefore, be it

RESOLVED, That the FY05 Operating Budget expenses and revenues be increased by
$1,000,000; and be it further

RESOL VED, That the Board of Directors approves the Amended Fiscal 2005 Operating
Budget providing for revenues of $539,468,850;- operating expenses of $941 ,683,200 and
an operating subsidy requirement of $402,214,350; and be it further

RESOL VED, That this action is effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.


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Acting General Counsel .>i

A-16 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


·. PRESENTED AND ADOPTED:
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF FISCAL 2005·2010 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
PROGRAM

2004-31
~ RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, The Board of Directors has received and considered comments from the
local jurisdictions on the Proposed Fiscal 2005-2010 Capital Improvement Program
(CIP) consisting of the Infrastructure Renewal Program (IRP). System Access/Capacity
.Program (SAP), and the System Expansion Program (SEP); and

WHEREAS, The Proposed Capital Improvement Program is based on the results of a


25-year needs assessment and the requirement to align resources to rehabilitate the
system adequately and to grow ridership; and

WHEREAS, In order to meet the funding programmed in Fiscal 2005 and beyond, the
proposed program includes the use of a loan guarantee up to $600 million under the
Transportation Infrastructure Financing and Innovation Act of 1998 (TIFIA); and

WHEREAS, The Board of Directors recognizes that the Fiscal 2005 - 2010 CIP is
severely impacted by current and projected funding shortfalls. and has defin'ed three
urgent priorities - fully funding the IRP (a shortfall of $524.9 million); expansion of the
rail fleet and associated support facilities (a shortfall of $600.7 million); and expansion of
the bus fleet and facilities (a shortfall of $171.5 million); and

WHEREAS, On May 20, 2004, the Board of Directors authorized staff to circulate the
draft Metro Matters Funding Agreement to the jurisdictions containing recommendations
of the Strategic Alliances and Risk Assessment Program, which would enable the
jurisdictional funding partners to fund Metro Matters programs in affordable increments;
now therefore be it

RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors approves the Fiscal 2005 CIP totaling
$314,066,000 as follows: 1) the IRP totaling $290,126,000; 2) the SAP totaling
$4,600.000; and 3) the SEP totaling $19,340.000 all of which are further defined in the
documents comprising the "Attachment to Proposed Resolution of the Board of
Directors of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority" (hereinafter referred to
as IlAttachment"); and be it further

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Appendix A - Resolutions ofthe Board of Directors A-17


RESOLVED, That the Board of Directors directs that in the first six months of Fiscal
2005 the amounts available for obligation in the CIP shall not exceed $154.033,000,
one-half of the total amount available in all of Fiscal 2005 as follows: 1) $142,063,000
for the IRP, 2) $2,300,000 for the SAP. and 3) $9,670,000 for the SEP; until the Board
approves releasing the full Fisca12005 CIP budget for obligation; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the Fiscal 2006 - 2010 CIP totaling $1,576,007,000, which includes
the IRP totaling $1,556,507,000, the SAP totaling $5,000,000 and the SEP totaling
$14,500,000, all of which are further defined in the Attachment, is hereby approved for
planning purposes; and be it further

RESOLVED, That the Fiscal 2011 - 2014 IRP element of the CIP totaling
$1,740,000,000, also further defined in the Attachment, is included for information
purposes; and be it further

RESOLVED, That consistent with Board policy that lRP funding approved in any fiscal
year should be committed in that fiscal year; thus, the Fiscal 2005 program funding
provided in the IRP must be committed by June 30, 2005, and those committed funds
must become a confirmed obligation by December 31, 2005; and that funds which are
not obligated by the deadlines will be separately identified to the Board for retention for
Fiscal 2006 IRP program needs or for consideration as part of the Fiscal 2007 bUdget;
and be it further .

RESOLVED, That in order. to implement the elements of the CIP, the Chief Executive
Officer or the Chief of Staff has authorization to: 1) conduct public hearings; 2) file and
execute grant applications on behalf of the authority for funds from the Federal
government and any other pUblic or private entity consistent with the CIP; arid be it
further

RESOLVED, That the Chief Financial Officer is authorized to issue revenue anticipation
notes, revenue bonds, certificates of participation, and other financial borrowing
instruments, subject to Board approval of the final papers for each such transadion. in
order to finance the CIP; and be it further

RESOL VED, That the IRP is the same program as the CIP referenced in the TIFIA Loan
Guarantee Agreement and related documentation; and be it finally

RESOLVED, That this Resolution will be effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and Ie al sufficiency.

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A-I8 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


ATTACHMENT to PROPOSED RESOLUTION OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

1. Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005·2010 Use of Funds

2. Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005-2010 Source of Funds

3. System Access/Capacity Program FY 2005·2010 Projects

4. System Expansion Program FY 2005-2010 Projects

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Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-19


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Attachment to the Proposed Resolution of the Board of Directors of the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Attachment 1: Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005..2010 Use of Funds


(in millions $)

FY 2005 FY2006 fUm FY 2008 FY2009 FY 2010 ~


Capital Projects
Rolling Stock: Bus
Bladensburg Maintenance FacUlty: Heavy Equipment $ 9.500 $ 9.500
Bus Replacement 32.782 33.765 34.778 23.251 14.000 72.620 211.196
Additional Replacement Bus Procurement V' 1.000 19.000 20.000
Subtotal $ 43.282 $ 52.765 S 34.778 S 23.251 $ 14.000 $ 72.620 S 240.696
Roiling Stock: Rail
Ran car Enhancements 1.100 1.100
~
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Rail car Rehabilitation 4.330 0.814 5.144
(1)
::s Subtotal S 5.430 $ 0.814 $ S S $ S 6.244
Q.. Passenger Fadllties
;<.
Mechanical Systems Rehabilitation 16.175 12.341 10.755 8.445 7.305 28.824 83.845
> Parking Lot RehabUitation 12.620 7.046 5.000 5.000 12.065 41.731
I
It' Station Enhancement Program 5.918 3.151 3.835 3.949 4.068 4.190 25.109
(1)
rn Vertical Transportation Rehabilitation 32.476 29.469 30.364 13.956 11.184 21.991 139.460
0
........
s= Subtotal S 67.187 S 52.027 $ 49.954 S 31.350 S 22.557 $ 67.070 $ 290.145
"......
~. Maintenance Facilities
0
t:S Bus and Rail Support Equipment 16.181 9.362 5.275 5.035 0.800 20.509 57.162
en
Rail Work Equipment and Locomotives 3.382 3.081 1.000 1.000 5.197 13.660
....,
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~
Repalrab!es 5.300 5.450 5.600 5.750 5.794 5.968 33.862
(l) Structures, Field Bases. Yards, and Shops 9.664 3.638 1.750 2.758 2.000 14.396 34.206
to Subtotal $ 34.527 S 21.531 $ 13.625 S 14.543 $ 8.594 $ 46.070 $ 138.890
0
~ Systems
0.-
0
ATC and Power Systems Rehabilitation 62.719 22..680 37.237 25.743 15.308 49.850 213.537
~ Fare Collection Equipment 4.071 2.750 6.821
0
~.
UPS and Electrical Systems Rehabilitation 7.994 7.842 2.883 3.500 2.100 12.181 36.500
"""'C
CD 74.784 S 17.408 S 64.781 $
0 Subtotal $ 30.522 S 40.120 $ 29.243 $ 256.858
......
0 Track and Structures
""'t
en 17.155 8.995 9.000 7.855 7.695 17.882 68.582
Rlght-of..Way Track and Structures Rehabilitation
Station and Tunnel Leak Mitigation 2.264 1.300 1.300 1.300 1.300 2.625 10.089
Subtotal $ 19.419 S 10.295 $ 10.300 S 9.155 $ 8.995 $ 20.507 $ 78.671

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Attachment to the Proposed Resolution of the Board of Directors of the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority
>
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~ Attachment 1: Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005-2010 Use of Funds
CD
(in millions $)
&
.....
~
~ FY 2006 fIlggZ FY 2008 FY 2009 FY 2010 Total
»I 'nfonnation Technology
~
Information Technology 4.658 2.000 2~OOO 1.000 1.000 5.000 15.658
(l)
fIl Subtotal S 4.658 $ 2.000 $ 2~OOO $ 1.000 $ 1.000 S 5.000 $ 15.658
0
Program Management and Support
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Consultants and Engineering Services (IAWP) 4.500 3.000 2.500
o'
::s Program Administration 9.639 7.431
2.500
5.553 4.412
1.000
3.000
8.196
7.540
21.696
en 37.575
0
......., Subtotal S 14.139 $ 10.431 S 8.053 S 6.912 S 4.000 S 15.736 $ 59.271
f"'+ Preventive Maintenance
t:r
G Preventive Maintenance 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 20.700 124.200
to Subtotal S 20.700 $ 20.700 S 20.700 S 20.700 S 20.700 $ 20.700 S 124.200
0
~ .. Subtotal: Capital Projects $ 284.126 S 201.085 S 119.530 $ 136.154 $ 97.254 $ 312.484 $ 1,210.633
P-
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~ Financing Expenses
tJ
..... TIFIA Financing Expenses 106.825 133.200 161.600 198.375 600.000
~
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0 VertIcal Transportation Financing Expenses 6.000 6~OOO 6.000 6.000 6.000 6.000 36.000
f""'t-
0 Subtotal $ 6.000 S 112.825 $ 139.200 S 167.600 $ 204.375 S 6.000 $ 636.000
~
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Total Use of Funds S 290.126 S 313.910 S 318.730 S 303.754 $ 301.&29 S 318.484 $ 1,846.633

Total Total
FY 2011-14 (For Information Purposes Only) FY 2011 FY2012 FY2013 fV2014 FY 2011-14 FY2005-14

Capital Projects S 435.000 $ 435.000 S 435.000 S 435.000 S 1.740.000 $ 2,950.633


Financing Expenses - 636.000
Total Use of Funds S 435.000 S 435.000 S 435.000 $ 435.000 S 1,740.000 S 3.586.633

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Attachment to the Proposed Resolution of the Board of Directors of the
N
tv Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Attachment 2: Infrastructure Renewal Program FY 2005-2010 Source of Funds


(in millions $)

FY20D5 FY200& FY 2007 FY2008 FY2009 FY 2010 Total


(Fed. FV04) (Fed. FYOSl (Fed. FY06) (Fed. FY07) (Fed. FY08) (Fed. FY09)
Grants and Contributions
Federal Grants
Federal Transit Fonnula Grant (Section 5307) $ 100.206 S 93..182 $ 98.687 $ 104.859 $ 112.9n $ 122.186 $ 632.097
Federal Transit Capilallnvestment Grant (Section 5309) 59.236 80.148 84.883 90.191 97.173 105.094 516.725
Subtotal $ 159.442 $ 173.330 $ 183.570 $ 195.050 $ 210.150 S 227.280 S 1,148.822
Local Contributions

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Local Match for Federal Grants
Federal Transit Formula Grant (Section 5307) 25.052 23.296 24.672 26.215 28.244 30.547 158.026
g Federal Transit Capital Investment Grant (Section 5309) 14.809 20.037 21.221 22.548 24.293 26.274 129.182
0.
~. 39.861 $
Subtotal $ 43.333 $ 45.893 $ 48.763 $ 52.531 $ 56.821 $ 287.208
>I Other Local Contributions
Additional Local Contributions 46.241 70.043 55.913 40.137 19.094 14.810 246.238
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Fedeml TEA-21 Flexible Funding via local Jurisdictions 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 8.054 48.324
0 Repairable Parts Accounts 5.300 5.450 5.600 5.750 5.794 5.519 33.413
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~. Subtotal $ 59.595 $ 83.547 $ 69.567 $ 53.941 $ 32.942 $ 28.383 $ 327.975
0
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.... Subtotal: Local Contributions S 99.456 $ 126.880 S 115.460 S 102.704 S 85.479 S 85.204 $ 615.183
0 Subtotal: Grants and Conbibutions $ 258.898 $ 300.210 $ 299.030 $ 297.754 $ 295.629 S 312.484 $ 1,764.005
I-t)
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Other Fund Sources
OJ
a Intemally Generated Funds - Bus and Rail 3.528 3.528
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Passenger Revenue to Support Vertical Transportation
Project Close-Out I Reprogramming
6.000
7.000
6.000 6..000 6.000 6.000 6.000 36.000
7.000
~
tj Refinancing and Tax Advantage leases 14.700 14..700
......
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CD Transportation Infrastructure Investment Fund (TIIF) 7..700 13.700 21.400
n
...... Subtotal $ 31.22a- $ 13.700 $ 19.700 $ 6.000 $ 6.000 $ 6.000 S 82.628
0
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Total Source of Funds $ 290.126 $ 313.910 $ 318.730 S 303.754 $ 301.629 S 318.484 S 1,846.633

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Attachment to the Proposed ResoluUon of the Board of Directors of the


Washington Metropotilan Area Transit Authority

Attachment 3: System Access/Capacity Program FY 2005-2010 Projects fin miHloos $)


Approved Total Total
M, mrJumd~on'Swmgl ·PW§d FY04& Prior f.!J5!U F'f20oe FY2007 FV2008 ~ ~ FY 2ooS-10 P,olect

All WMATA Jurisdictions


Aft WMATA Jurlsdiclions

··
Buses S 8.200 S 2.900 S 2.900 S 9.100
Buses (SO) 17.100 .. 17.100
· Bus Enhancements 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 6.000 8.000
· 'nteUigenl Trans. Systems: CommunJc8tions
Metro Mattem:
1.562 .- 1.662

• Ran car OptIons (50 cars 170 cars) -. -


. Brentwood RaM Yard 3.000 - 3.000
• Greenbelt Ran Yard 4.000 - 4.000
• Shady Grove RaH Yard 8.000 - 8.000
• Traction Power Upgrades 6.000
· 8.000
• Predsicn Stopping for ATe (a) 4.000 - 4.000
· RegTonal8u8 Bike Racks 1.845 - 1.845

··
RegIonal Customer Service Center 0.550 · 0.550
RaiJ Cars (50) 120.000 · 120.000
· Rail Maintsnance Yards and Shoos
Subtotal: An WMATA Jurisdictions $
70.375
242.432 $ 3.900 S 1.000 S 1.000 S 1.000 $ 1.000 S 1.000 S
·
8.900 S
70.375
251.332

Distrlet of Columbta
DIstrict of Columbia Govemment
·· Downtown Cln=ufator Buses
Public Hearlng on MInnesota Ave. Parking
16.266
0.050 .-
18.266
0.050
· Station Name Changes: R' Ava &Archives 0.211 · 0.211
· Washlnoton Convention Center 31.374
- - - .. . -·
31.374
SubtoWl: District ofColumbia S 47.901 S S $ S S S · $ S 47.901

and
Maryfand Ma&6 Transit Aulhorily (MD-MTA)
· Canoll!on Paftdng Faciit,
College Patk Partclng Fadllty 17..310 .. 17.310

· Sorina Transit Center


New 22.615
. - 22.615
.
· Sliver ·..
SWIot81
Montgomery County
$ 39.925 $ - S · S .. S ..
• - I - S

..
$ 39.925

·Glenmont Paddng Facility Design WOItc 1.800


- -
1.600
-
· Shady GRM Partdng Factilty (1)1
Gmsvenor Patldng Fadity (b)
- - -
>-
I
·· WNte FIlnt Partdno FadHtv 18.540 ·.. 16.540
.. .
.-
N
W Subtotal S 18.140 S -
..
S · S $ S
-
S · $
-
S 18.140
Subto!aJ: Maryfand S 58.065 S S · S - S S S · $ S 58.085

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Alfachment to the Proposed Resolution of the B~rd of Directors of the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Attachment 3: System Access/Capacity Program FY 2005-2010 Projects (lnmfJUonsS)

Approved TOIaI To~1


MaJor JurlJdictian ( Sponsor I • ProJect A'04& Prior fll!!l f:!JD!!I EI..Zm fUgg! fI.BQI n..u.m "20°5-10 EmlE
Vlrgln'a
City of Alexandria

· HunUngton Parldng FBciJIty 19.200 · 19.200

· K"ma Shat SlaUon Improvements


Subtotal S
16.600
35.800 S - S . S - $
· S - S · S
·
- S
16.600
35.800
Ar(ington Counly

· Arfington capital Projects Program AdminlsCralJon


· Ballston Station Improvements
0.450
14.450
0.150
0.550
0.150
0.550
0.600
15.000

· Cfly Canopy
Oarendon Station Improvements
· Crystaf
1.000
0.300
·-
- 1.000
0.300
·· ShlrlJnQton
Rosslyn SfaUon Improvements 0.350 0.350
Bus Tennlnal 1.800
.. · 1.800
Subtotal
Faltfax County
S 18.350 S 0.700 S S . S · S - S · S 0.700 S 19.050

· VMtnna Parldng FadIlty


Fair oaks League
S 27.100 S - $ 27.100

· FaIt lakes Shuttle Buses


VA Depar1ment of Rail &.PubUc TransportatJon
$ 0.857 $ - $ 0.857

· Dunes Corridor Buses 3.054 .. 3.054


· FranconlalSpmgnetd P8J1dng FadJlty 16.609 - 16.609

···
Pentagon Sus Tenninals 0.291 - 0.291
Facmly ExpansIon
VIrgtnIa Bus 0.900 - 0.800


VJrgfR!a Bus Slap Boxes 0.120 0.120
· VirgInia Bus Waiting Area 1.582 1.562
· VJtginfa Paddng Lot Slgnage 1.000
·- 1.000

··
West Fals Church Bus Bay 1.000 1.000
West FaDs Ct.Jrch Parfdno FacUilv 17.367 - 17.367
- - .- - .- - -
Subtotal $ 41.903 S S $ S $ $. S S 41.903
Subtotal: VrfQinia S 124.010 S 0.700 $ - S S · S S · S 0.700 S 124.710
Total SAP S ~72..coa S 4.800 S 1.000 S 1.000 $ 1.000 $ 1..000 $ 1.000 S 9.800 S 482.008

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Attachment to the Proposed Resolution of the Board of Directors of the


Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

Attachment 4: System Expansion Program FY 2005-2010 Projects (In millions $)

Approved Total Total


Malor ,Jurtsdlctlon 1Soonsor I • Proted FY04 & Prior ~ FV2006 FY 2007 FY 2008 FY 2009 ~ FY 2005·10 Project

All WMATA Jurisdictions


All WMATA Jurisdictions
· Projed Development
SublotaJ
$
S
13.300 S
13.300 $
2.000 S
2.000 $
2.000 S
2.000 S
2.000 S
2.000 $
2.000 S
2.000 S
2.000 $
2.000 S
2.000 S
2.000 S
12.000 $
12.000 S
25.300
25.300

DIstrict of ColumbIa
District of Columbia Government
· DC Transit Alternatives Analysis & Anacostia
Corridor Demonstration Project 24.370
· 24.370
· New York Avenue Metrorail Station 103.700 · 103.700
Subtotal S 128.070 $ - S - S - S - S · $ - S ~ S 128.070

Maryland
Maryland Mass Transit Authority (MO-MTA)

· Largo Extension and Parking


• PurDie Una DEIS
447.100
10.600
9.300 9.300
·
456.400
10.600
Subtotal S 457.700 $ 9.300 $ - $ - $ . S · $ - $ 9.300 $ 461.000

VirgInia
Arlington Co. Project Development (Pentagon City) 0.040 0.040 0.040
VA Depl of Rail & Public Transportation

· Dulles PEINEPA
Subtotal S
52.250
52.250 S
8.000
8.040 $ I
4.500
4.500 Is - 1$ - Is · 1$ - S
12.500
12.540 S
64.750
64.790

TatalSEP S 651.320 S 19.340 $ 6.500 $ 2.000 $ 2.000 S 2.000 $ 2.000 S 33.840 $ 685.1&0

Page 90f9
PRESENTED & ADOPTED: MAY 13, 1999
SUBJECT: REPROGRAMM'NG POLICY

1199-21
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANS'T AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Authority Board of Directors approves an annual operating


budget by department and by expense category and establishes the total number of
authorized poshions for the Authority; and

WHEREAS the Authority Board of Directors has approved Resolution #97-31


J

(Attachment A) establishing procurement procedures and providing thresholds for


procurements which require approval of the Board of O,rectors; and

WHEREAS, in approving the Fiscal 1999 Operating Budget (Resolution #97-21,


Attachment B), the Authority Board of Directors resolved that expenditures which
exceed $25 thousand for programs not defined or provided 'for in the budget shalt
require Board approval; and

WHEREAS, from time to time approval by the Board of Directors may be


required for adjustments to approved staffing and expenditure levels;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following actions affecting the


operating budget shan require approval of the Board Budget Committee prior to
submission to the Board of Directors:

• Any action that requires an increase in the total number of positions


Authority-wide; and

• Any action that requires a transfer of funds between the personnel and
non-personnel categories of expense; and

• Any action which meets the threshold for Board approval and results in
a cumulative increase of $ 200,000 in operating funds during the fiscal
year:
• from other than the category in which it is budgeted; or
e from other than the department in which it is budgeted; or
• in excess of the amount budgeted for any given category in any
department; and

a Any profession~1 and technical services contracts over $50,000 and any
unbudgeted professional and technical services contracts over $10,000;
and

A-26
Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors
Any expenditures wh,ch exceed $ 25 thousand for programs not defined
or provided for in the budget and/or any new inhiative which has out year
operating budget impacts; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Resolution shall become effective


immediately ·
Rev,iewed as to form and legal sufficiency.
~

[IJ.Av\X ~j).:.if~/"
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\\ ., 1\"' V /
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C eryl Cf,8ur~e\ '
General Counsel

Motion by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. Graham, and unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 _Mrs. Hanley, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Trotter, Mr. Zimmerman, Mr. Graham and Mr. Barnett

Appendix A Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-27


PP,SSEi~1EC.·· & .~DOP1ECf: JUNE ~:. ~~CJC;C·
SUBJECT: -::·=\/iSE.D i?P ?tPROGF\.~.Mh/j!NG ?OUCy
~2000-4j
RESOLUTION
OF THE
80A-.RO OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
VvASHINGl'ON MEtROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

VI/HEREAS, beginning in iiscsl 2000, the Board 0; Direc10rs has determined then a quaneriy
report on ihe status oi ihe \nirasHuc'ture Renewal Frogram will be presented to the Board Budget
Comminee; and

WHEREAS the inlrastruCture Renewal Program includes Internaliy Generated Funds as e iunding
source lor projects; and

V\IHEREAS irom lime to time adjustments may be required iO approved lnirsstruc'\ure Renewoi
Program budgets and project iunding levels; and

VvHEREAS 'he Soard Budget Committee hes directed the Ger.eral Manager 10 establish a budget
amendmem and reprogramming po\icy ior 1he Inirastructure Renewal Program.

NOVoJ, THEREFORE BE 11 RESOLVED that ihe ;ol\owing actions aHeeting the inirastrueture
Renewal Program budget shall require approval of the Board Budget Comminee prior to submission i.0
t he Board oi Directors:

initiation 0; any new project; or

amendment 0; any flscal year's total budget in the approved s,x-year program; or

any increase in lAP stafiing; or

any reprogramming actions over $ 200,000 on an annua\ cumulative bas,s between IRP
projects in the current year's budget; and

BE n FURTHER RESOLVED that when the General Manager submits an annual proposed IRP
budge't, the tOlal amount of IRP lnternal\y Generated Funds available shall be identified, the proposed
use 0; all or pan 0; these iunas in the proposed IRP shall be provided, and any use of lRP Internally
Generated Funds other. than as included in an approved JRP budgei shall require approval by the Board
Sudgei Committee prior to 5ubmissior, to the Board of Directors; and

SE n FURTHER RESOLVED that any reprogramming aClions below the $ 200,000 threshold will
be identified and inciuded in the quanerly report to the Board Budget Commll1ee; and

BE n FUR1HER RESOLVED that the General Manager is authorized to approve reprogramming


eCiioris e~ceeding the $ 200,000 limit on an emergency basis, as deiined in the WMAT A Procurement
Regulctions, provided 1Mat the Board Budget Committee b: irr.mediaiely notiiied of 5uch actions; and

BE II FURTHEF. RE SOL'.JED the:! this Resolution supercede:: Resolu~ion #99-64 adopted or;
C'ctcbei 2 E, '19ES and shaH be sifective immediaieiy.

Reviewed as 'to iorm and legal suificiency.

A-28
Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors
PRESENTED & ADOPTED: JUNE 25, 1998
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF METROBUS SUBSIDY ALLOCATION FORMULA

#98-27
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Regional Mobility Panel (RMP), created in January 1997, was
charged with devising a plan to stabilize and enhance bus services in the National
Capital Region~ and

WHEREAS, in reviewing the current Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula and


its impact on the future of Metrobus services in the National Capital Region, the RMP
. concluded the following in regard to the current formula:

• it relies on outdated information and reduces management's ability to


implement system cost savings because these actions may result in cost
increases in some jurisdictions; and

• jurisdictions that reduce bus service save more than the resulting system
savings and jurisdictions that increase bus service pay more than the
resulting system increases: and

• as Metrobus service is reduced in anyone jurisdiction. the unit costs for


all remaining bus service increases resulting in cost increases in
jurisdictions that do not change their'servlce; and

WHEREAS, the RMP has recommended, and the Board of Directors has agreed,
that a revised Metrobus subsidy allocation formula for regional Metrobus service be
implemented beginning in Fiscal 1999: and

WHEREAS, the Board anticipates that the Member Jurisdictions will agree that
conversion to the new Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula will begin in Fiscal 1999
with phased transition limits during the period of Fiscal 1999-2002 (as previously

Appendix A: - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-29


adopted by the Regional Mobility Panel) and that the phased non-federal share of
funding for the $100 million rehabilhation and replacement shortfall requirements will
begin in Fiscal 2000 and continue through Fiscal 2003. Beginning in Fiscal 1999, and
in every year thereafter, the benefit to all Member Jurisdictions from the application
of phased transition limits in the new Regional Bus Service Operating Subsidy
Allocation Formula will be reduced proportionate to the lowest percentage contribution
made by any benefitting Member Jurisdiction to the phased non-federal shortfall in the
Rehabilitation and Replacement Program, including any state funds attributable to that
jurisdiction.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the current Metrobus subsidy


allocation formula be revised, as recommended by the RMP and agreed to by the Board
of Directors, and that a new Metrobus subsidy al1ocation formula be implemented
through a transition plan beginning in Fiscal 1999 and continuing through Fiscal 2002;
and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVEO that the Board of Directors adopts a new Metrobus


Subsidy Allocation Formula that; allocates the regional Metrobus subsidy on a regional
basis; uses data that can be periodically updated; allocates the Metrobus subsidy
based on benefits received in each jurisdiction; and evaluates carefully the mechanisms
to implement a ridership incentive factor; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following Metrobus Subsidy Allocation


Formula for regional Metrobus services shall be adopted based on each jurisdiction's
share of the following four factors;

• 25 % of Subsidy • a weighted average of urbanized population and


population density using 1990 census data and the 1990 population
definition of the urbanized area;

• 15 % of Subsidy - weekday ridership on the regional routes by jurisdiction


of residence;

• 35 % of Subsidy - annual revenue miles for the, regional routes; and

• 25% of Subsidy· annual revenue hours for the regional routes.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Board of Directors adopts the attached


transition limits to be applied to each jurisdiction for Fiscal 1999 through Fiscal 2002
as the basis for phasing in the revised Metrobus Regional Subsidy Allocation Formula;
and .

A-30 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the revised Metrobus Subsidy Allocation
Formula, as modified by the transition limits prescribed for Fiscal 1999 through Fiscal
2002 attached hereto, shall become effective in Fiscal 19~9 and shall remain in effect
until changed by the Board of Directors; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall become effective


immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.

I~ /~:':i
~jcenL
Robert L. PolR
Ji1
General Counsel

Motion by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. Wineland, and unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 - Mr. Barnett, Mrs. Hanley, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Wineland, Mrs. Wa'ker
and Mr. Kinlow

Appendix A ~esolutions ofthe Board of Directors


A-31
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tv

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Jurisdiction Annual Reglcnal Melrobus Subsidies With Transition Limit


Fiscal 1999 Fiscal 2000 Fiscal 2001 Fiscal 2002

65.136 65,095 65,054 65.013


District of Columbia

17,686 18,430 19,174 19,918


Montgomery County
Prince George's County 20.350 21,241 22,132 23,023
Maryland 38,036 39,671 41,306 42,941

Alexandria 8,402 8,084 7,765 7,447


Arlington County 13.013 12,491 11.970 11.448
Fairfax City 45 90 135 180
Fairfax County 18,877 18,148 17,420 16.691
Falls Church 790 719 649 . ..... 578
Virginia 41,127 39.533 37.938 36.344

144,298 144,298 144,298 144,298


Total ... --.., --
APPROVED FISCAL '''9 SUMMARY' OF STATaOCAL OPERATING REQUIREMENTS
METAOBUS REGIONAL OPERAT1NG SUBSIDV ALLOCATION BY JURISIDICTION

D
D
f)
)
PRINCE
,ARLINGTON FAIRFAX FAIRFAX FALLS
GEORGE'S CITVOF CHURCH TOTAL
DISTAIClOF MONTGOMERY CITY COUNTY
AU!XANDRIA COUNTY
COUNTY
=+ COWM81A COUNTY
5" $790.038 $'''.298,200
:J $13,012.890 S44,993 $18,,817.219
$20,349.608 $8,'02.053
rn $17.&&5.a1&
pr I.SUBSIDY 185,135,780
Q !l ~ 2 3' 982800
~
!!l IONAl SUBSIDY .!WU!i i!8!Wl I.ZJ.UB
se,.'I,515 113.012,890 SU.19S 124.124,553 $780p3B 1111,251.000
J S711.t1',1199 S21,II15,51111 Iu,s••."..
.IDA METROBUS SUBSIDY

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PRESENTED: JUNE 25, 1998
ADOPTED: JULY 9, 1998
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF NON-REGIONAL METRO BUS SUBSIDY ALLOCATION

#98-32
RESOLUTION
Of THE
BOARD O"F.DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Regional Mobility Panel (RMP), created in January 1997, was
charged with devising a plan to stabilize and enhance bus services in the National
Capital Region; and

WHEREAS, the RMP recommended a new Metrobus service plan based on the
development of regional and non-regional bus routes so that neither the regional bus
subsidy nor any individual jurisdiction's sUbsidy is affected by any change that might
occur in non-regional services except for the jurisdiction proposing the change; and

WHEREAS, in reviewing the current Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula and


its impact on the future of Metrobus services in the National Capital Region, the RMP
proposed a new Metrobus Subsidy Al1ocation Formula for regional Metrobus services
beginning in Fiscal 1999 and continuing through Fiscal 2002, with specified annual
transition limits; and

WHEREAS, based on the recommendations of the RMP, the Board of Directors


has approved a revised Metrobus Subsidy Allocation Formula for regional Metrobus
service to be implemented through a transition plan beginning in Fiscal 1999 and
continuing through Fiscal 2002; and

WHEREAS, Metrobus subsidies are determined separately for regional and non-
regional Metrobus services; and

WHEREAS, as a result of approval" by the Board of Directors of a new Metrobus


Subsidy Allocation Formula for Regional Metrobus service only, a new subsidy
allocation mechanism for non-regional Metrobus services must be approved beginning
in Fiscal 1999.

A-34 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Metfobus subsidy for non-regional
foll~wing steps:
Metrobus service shall be computed by utilizing the

1. Identify the costs of all Metrobus. service, regional and non-regional;


"

2. Identify the costs which would accrue for regional Metrobus service if no non-
regional bus service were provided;

3. Determine the costs of non-regional service by subtracting the regional


~etrobus costs from the costs of all Metrobus service;

4. Divide the costs for non-regional service as computed in step three by total
platform hours for non-regional service;

5. Identify the non-regional platform hours for each jurisdiction;

6. Multiply the platform hours for each jurisdiction by the hourly rate.

7. Determine the revenue for each jurisdiction; and

8. Subtract the revenue as determined in step seven from costs.

The product from the process, as outlined above, equals subsidy by jurisdiction.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the revised Metrobus Subsidy Allocation process


for Non-Regional Metrobus services shall become effective in Fiscal 1999 and shall
remain in effect until cJ:langed by the Board of Directors; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall become effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.

? ~ ~ .
(~J).? t/~2 Jh..
Robert L. Polk 7/ {/
General Counsel

Motion by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. Wineland, and unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 • Mr. Barnett, Mrs. Hanley, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Wineland, Mr. Zimmerman, and Mr. Evans

Appendix k ~esolutions of the Board of Directors


A-35
APPROVED FISCAL tgg, SUMMARY OF STATEJlOCAL OPERATING REOWREMENT5
METROBUS REGIONAL OPERATlHG SUBSIDY ALlOCATION BY JURlSlDICnON

"'0::0 fALLS
Q) (1) PRINCE FAIRFAX FAIRFAX
C m CITY OF ARLINGTON CHURCH TOTAL
GEORGE'S CITY COUNTY
(1)2.- DISTRICT OF MONTGOMERY
COUNTY COUNrt' ALEXANDRIA COUNTY
--,C COLUMBIA
W
.....' 0 99.01. 0 707.6'6
O
OO:::J 8t,365 203.292 13,308 0
310,577
PLA #t)1 M HOURS SO $45.436.000
SO $6,381.516 .
S85<l,632 SO
$5,22-.470 S13.os3,35O
"9.9_2.132 2 "3 473.2OD)
NON~ IONAL COSTS Q 2 " 114.182)
,aOOlDl
l12Jm ~ S:U.982.onO
~ $5,247,33. SO
NON-~e KlNAL REVENUES S594.4'2 SO SO
\J) 13.930.3.7 19,21••731
S12.97S",9
NIlDa. EGIONAL SUBSIDY
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PRESENTED & ADOPTED: AUGUST 13, 1998
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF INTERJURISDICTIONAL FUNDING AGREEMENT

#98...38
Resolution
.~ of the
Boa'rd of Directors
of the
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

WHEREAS, the U.S. Congress, in the 1997 U. S. Department of Transportation


Appropriations Act, directed the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) te
:.onduct an independent study to analyze how to meet current and future bus transportation needs
lor the greater Washington metropolitan region through the year 2020; and

WHEREAS. the WMATA Board of Directors appointed the Regional Mobility Panel, a
group of regional government. business, labor and citizen leaders, in January 1997 and charged
that panel with the responsibility of addressing the concerns expressed by Congress concerning
the rising costs and fragmentation of regional bus services; and

WHEREAS. the Regional Mobility Panel provided its recommendations on improving


regional mobility and on transit funding in two reports to the WMATA Board of Directors; and

WHEREAS. the Board of Directors reviewed the reports and recommendations of the
Regional Mobility Panel and accepted them for implementation in cooperation with the local
jurisdictions of the Washington metropolitan area;

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors and Member Jurisdictions have worked to develop an
Inter-Jurisdictional Funding Agreement for Bus Service and WMATA Rehabilitation and
F.eplacement Program that will implement the recommendations of the Regional Mobility Panel;
and

WHEREAS. the Agreement will delineate responsibilities for the planning, funding and
service delivery of Regional and Non-Regional Bus Services, estabHsh a new funding formula for
Regional Bus Services similar to the regional Metrorail formuta, create a Coordinated Service
Planning process to provide for the efficient integration of bus services in the Transit Zone, and
provide for certain pledges regarding the adequacy of funding and the maintenance of average
bus passenger fares and Regional bus subsidies through FY 2002 for the same level of Regional
bus service; and

WHEREAS. the Agreement establishes a commitment by the Member Jurisdictions to


pursue, support and implement necessary legislative and other actions in the Member
Jurisdictions t the states, and the federal government to fully fund the average annual $100 million
shortfe" in the WMA.T/J. Rehabilitatiorl and Replacemen1 Progrsrrl; and

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-37


WHEREAS, the Member Jurisdictions have approved and signed the Inter-Jurisdictional
Funding Agreement for Bus Service and VvMATA Rehabilitation and Replacement Program.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors approves the lnter~
Jurisdictional Funding Agreement for Bus Service and WMATA Rehabilitation and Replacement
Program and authorizes the Chairman of the Board to e)(ecute the Agreement on behalf of the
Authority;

BE IF FURTHER RESOL VEO that this resolution shall be effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.

Robert L. POlk, General Counsel

"

Motion by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. Wineland, and unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 • Mr. Barnett, Mrs. Hanley, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Wineland, Mr. Zimmerman, and Mrs. Mason

A-38 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


PRESENTED & ADOPTED: FEBRUARY 10, 2000
Subject: Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services

#2000-10 .
RESOLUTION
OF THE'
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Regional Mobility Panel directed WMATA to take the lead in
planning the regional bus network; and

WHEREAS, bus ridership has grown as a result of increased demand and the
implementation of fare integration measures, necessitating minor changes to the
regional bus services; and

WHEREAS, in May 1999 the Board of Directors adopted a set of guidelines for
adding service to existing regional Metrobus routes; and .

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors instructed staff to develop similar guidelines


tor reduction of service on existing regional Metrobus routes and for adding new
'regional Metrobus routes and services; and

WHEREAS, it has been determined that it would be beneficial to extend the


period of experimental service from one year to two years to enable flexibility to
I espond to the needs of the developing market;

NOW, THEREFOR~, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors adopts the


r;uidelines for Regiona/Bus Services dated February 3, 2000, which are the May .1999
~Juidelines amended to include new guidelines for the reduction of service on existing
Il~gional Metrobus lines and for adding new regional Metrobus lines and services: and

BE JT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board-adopted Rules And Regulations for


A'1etrobus· Operations dated October 1996 is hereby amended to state that new
Metrobus routes and services may be operated for up to 1 8 months as "experimental
·.r:rvke" with the option to extend the period to 24 months at the Board's discretion;
,md

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resoluti~n be effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency:

Cheryl C. Burke, Genera-,JCour'Uel

Appen~ix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-39


~ Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority

SERVICE GUIDELINES FOR


REGIONAL METROBUS SERVICES

February 3, 2000

A-40
Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors
~ Service Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services

SeCTION I:. GUIDELINES FOR ADDING New LINES AND SERVICES


The regional mobility plan as adopted. identified WMATA as the lead agency \0 develop
a plan for regional bus needs. As the transit needs change within the Washington D.C.
region. a guideline is needed to determine when' new, regional service may be
implemented. Through regional service. Metrobus must meet the needs of emerging
markets that can support transit.

Identifying markets that can support transit and determining how to serve them is a task
that WMATA staff will coordinate with the staff of the jurisdictions. Once a new market is
identified, staff will use passenger demand as the periormance measure for implementing
new service. Passenger demand is determined by estimating the number of passengers
that will utilize the service. Staff will recommend new service as needed as part of the
fiscal year service plan during the budget process. Service will be developed in concert
with local jurisdictions and presented to the' board committees. The recommendation will
include cost. subsidy. and performance goals for 6 months, 12 months, and.
18 months.

SERVlCE GUIoEUNES FOR INTROOUCING NEW LINES AND SERVICES

• Determine demand for new service


• Semi-annual performance goals 'win be established
• Evaluate new service recommendation to identify potential success
• New service will 'be reviewed every six months to track ridership

One GUideline

• Minimum load factor

Service win be recommended as an experimental line if it has the potential demand


to achieve the minimum load factor for its line classification within an 18 month
period.

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board ofDirectors A-41


Service Guidelines for Reoional
be
Metrobus Services

The load factor is calculated by determining the number of passengers that pass
the maximum load point. the number of trips made during the peri"od, and the
number of seats available on a bus. This load factor differential by line type is as
follows:

Line Classifications Minimum Load Factor

• Radial - operates over major arterials and corridors .66


and is oriented toward major urban centers..
• Crosstown - provides service across corridors and. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .56
generally does not serve urban centers.
• Express· operates over major travel corridors and. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .50
includes significant non-stop segments oriented
toward major centers.
• Off-peak (all service types) .50

ApPLICATION OF GUIDELINES

As part of the on-going planning process staff will analyze the performance of lines using
the proposed guidelines.

• Specific data will be collected and analyzed with the jurisdictional staff.
• Performance goals will be set and service will be reviewed every six months

Resolutions of the Board of Directors


Page 204

A-42 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


.~
Service Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services

SeCTION II: GUIDELINES FOR ADDING SERVICE TO EXISTING LiNES

INTRooucnoN

When a bus service overcrowding problem is identified, staff will review existing data or
collect additional data to identify the cause 'of the problem. Then staff will investigate
alternatives to determine if a no cost solution is possible. The following no cost
alternatives are typically used by staff:

e integrate headways along a corridor


• adjust headways
• replace smaller buses with larger buses
$ have a pull-out or pull-in trip make a revenue trip
$ redistribute running time
'5 adjust recovery time
• short tum trips
e reroute to avoid congestion

Only after it is determined that a no cost alternative does not exist will additional service
be recommended.

SERVICE GUIDELINES FOR ADDING SERVICE TO EXISTING LINES

8 effectively measure service performance


e evaluate service adjustments as necessary to ensure application of guidelines for
entire regional bus network.
" on a semi-annual basis service changes will be reviewed to track the impact of the
changes on the budget and ridership.

Four Guidelines

1. load factor (radial. crosstown and express)


2. running time
3. non-peak productivity standard
4. regional equity optional at the Board1s discretion

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board ofDirectors A-43


~ Service Guidelines for Regional Melrobus Services

1. Load Factor

A service increase is warranted if the ratio of passengers to seats at the maximum


load point during the peak half-hour or non-peak hour exceeds the load factor. The
load factor is calculated by determining the number of passengers that pass the
maximum 'oad point, the number of trips made during the period. and the number
of seats available on a bus (45). For example: 225 passengers divided by 5 trips,
divided by 45 seats. yields a 'oad factor of 1.0. Th;s load factor differential by line
type is as fo\lows:

Line Classification Load Factors

• Radial· operates over major arterials and corridors 1.2


and is oriented toward major urban centers.
• Crosstown .. provides service across corridors and ...........•..• 1.1
generally does not serve urban centers.
• Express - operates over major travel corridors and ...•........•.. 1.0
includes significant non-stop segments oriented
toward major centers.
• Off-peak (all service type's) .....• '. ...••...•................. 1.0

2. Running Time Adjustments

Service will be added if running time is insufficient and more than 33 Dk of the trips
on a linee within a 30 minute period during the peak and 60 minute period during
the off-peak are not able to start their next cycle on-time.

3. Non-peak Productivity

Service will be increased if ridership averages more than 30 passengers per


revenue hour during non-peak hours (at the increased service level)•

. 4. Regional Equity at The Board's Discretion

New service, line extensions or other service enhancements to new areas will be
considered as an option to ensure regional equity as determined by relative subsidy
contributions. It is at the boards discretion to consider this option.

A-44 Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors


~ Service Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services

ApPUCATION OF GUIDEUNES

As part of the on-going planning process staff will analyze the performance of lines using
the proposed guidelines. Before staff recommends service improvements I they will first
identify any no cost alternatives. If staff cannot identify any no cost alternatives then the
guidelines win be applied.
I

• Specific data will be collected and analyzed with the jurisdictional staff.
• The specific changes will be proposed.
• The changes in service and the financial impact will be analyzed.
• The final service change recommendations will be brought to the Board Operations
and Budget Committees only if there is a budget implication.

Resolutions of the Board of Directors

Appendix A - Resolutions of the Board of Directors A-45


~.
Service Guidelines for Reaional
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Metrobus Services

SECTION 111: GUIDELINES FOR REDUCING SERVICE ON EXISTING LINES

INTRODUCTlON

When a bus service is identified as a candidate for reduction, staff win review existing data
or collect additional data to identify the cause of the problem. Then staff will investigate
alternatives to determine if a solution is possible. The foHowing alternatives to reducing
service are typically used by staff:

• Integrate headways along a corridor


• Adjust headways
• Adjust trips
• Rep'ace larger buses with smal1er buses
• Short turn trips
• Public information

. Only after 1t is determined that an alternative to reducing service does not exist will a
reduction of service be recommended.

SERVlCE GUIDELINES FOR REOUC1NG SERVICE ON EXIST1NG LINES

• Effectively measure service performance


• Evaluate service adjustments as necessary to ensure application of guidelines for
entire regional bus .network.
• Service changes will be reviewed on a sem;-annual basis to track the impact of the
changes on the budget an~ ridership.

Two guidelines

1. Load factor (radial l crosstown, express and off-peak)


2. Non-peak productivity standard

1. Load Factor

A service decrease is warranted if the ratio of passengers to seats at the maximum


load point during the peak half-hour or non-peak hour does not meet the minimum
'oad factor. The load factor is calculated by determining the number of passengers
that pass the maximum load point, the number of trips made during the period, and
the number of seats available on a bus. The goal is to maintain a minimum load
factor for each line classification. This may require service to be reduced to
achieve the minimum goal. The minimum load factor differential by line type is as
follows: .

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Service Guidelines for Regional Metrobus Services

line Classification Load Factors

• Radial operates over major arterials and corridors .60


and is oriented toward major urban centers.
• Crosstown .. provides service across corridors and. . . . . . . . . . . . .. .55
generally does not serve urban centers.
• Express .. operates over major travel corridors and 6 •• .50
includes significant non...stop segments oriented
toward major centers.

2. Non..peak Productivity

Service may be decreased if ridership averages less than 18 passengers per


revenue hour during non-peak hours and staff determines that a decrease in
service is warranted based on current performance trends. A reduction of service
hours may result in improved performance.

ApPLICATION OF GUIDELINES

As part of the on-going planning .process staff will analyze the performance of lines using
the proposed guidelines. Before staff recommends a service reduction they will first
identify any alternatives to reducing service. 'f staff cannot identify any alternatives, then
the guidelines will be applied.

• Specific data will be collected and analyzed with the jurisdictional staff.
• The changes in s~rvice and the financial impact will be anatyzed.
• The nnal service change recommendations will be brought to the board operations
and budget commiltees only jf there is a budget implication.

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Appendix A Resolutions of the Board of Directors


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PRESENTED & ADOPTED: MAY 11, 1995
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF SUBSIDY ALLOCATION FORMULAS

#95-14
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
. OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS Metrobus. Metrorail and Paratransit operating costs are expected


1

to exceed the respective operating revenues; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors, the Budget Committee, the staffs of the
local jurisdictions and WMAT A staff have over the last several years analyzed the
various faders used to distribute Metrobus and Paratransit costs and revenues, and
the Metrorail sUbsidy.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Metrobus and Paratransit


costs and revenues and the Metrorail operating assistance shall be allocated
among the jurisdictions using the formulas in effect in Fiscal 1995 anq as stated in
Attachment I of this Resolution commencing with FY 1996 and continuing until
changed by the Board of Directors.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall be effective July 1 1

1995.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.


n i

-ft CJr--rL(~ Robert L. Polk


General Counsel

Motion by Mr. Barnett, seconded by Mrs. Mack, and unanimously approved, a~


amended.
Ayes: 6· Mr. Wineland, Mrs. Whipple, Mr. Evans, Mr. Barnett, Mrs. Mack,
and Mr. Berger

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ATTACHMENT I

I. METROBUS

A cOS1-revenue formula is used 10 allocate jurisdiction subsidy for Metrobus


oper ations. Metr obus costs net of subconu act charter are assigned 10 one of
three categories - fixed, mileage, Of hourly. Fixed costs, as defined for
allocation purposes, include all expenses for overhead, operator training and
utility payhours, wages for service vehicle mechanics, general insurance
premiums, security, safety, revenue collection, scheduling, residual liabilities,
and all supervisory costs except lead mechanic wages and a portion of the
salary 10r the garage shift supervisors. Mileage-related costs include revenue
vehicle mechanic wages and overtime, current year expenses for workers'
compensation for operators and third party claims, general liability insurance,
and all revenue vehicle costs for diesel fuel, tire rental, and parts. Hourly·
related costs are primarily operator wages and related fringe benefits plus
workers' compensation for all personnel other than bus operators.

Each allocation cost category is charged to the jurisdictions as follows:

(a) All fixed costs are charged to the District, the two Maryland Counties, and
Northern Virginia based on the percent distribution of 1975 peak period
buses. Fixed costs are allocated among the Virginia jurisdictions in
proportion to the variable cost allocation whhin Virginia.

(b) All mileage-related costs are allocated in proportion to each jurisdiction's


share of platform miles. .

(c} All hourly-related costs are allocated ;n proportion to each jurisdiction's


share of platform hours.

Platform miles and platform hours are measured from the time a bus leaves a
garage until it returns to a garage. This data is comp"ed for each route and
route variation and within each jurisdiction where operated. The platform miles
and hours are associated with either a revenue trip (in-service) or a non-revenue
trip (deadhead). All revenue trips are assigned, a ·'dedication" code that
specifies (1) which jurisdiction(s) is charged for the mUes and hours and (2) for
trips serving more than one juriSdiction, how the miles and hours are shared.
The mites and hours for all deadhead trips and layover time on a given bus line
are prorated among the jurisdictions in accordance with each jurisdiction's
share of revenue miles and hours for that line. The sum, by jurisdiction, of an
miles and hours scheduled for regular route service is computed for the fiscal
year, taking into consideration all scheduled service adjustments and funning
time adjustments.

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For eacn revenue bus trip that a jurisdiction pays for (cost), the jurisdiction
receives credit for all or a portion of the revenue collected on that trip, based
on the dedication code of the trip. The allocated passenger revenues are
subtracted from each jurisdiction's allocated cost to determine the jurisdiction
bus subsidy. the Authority contracts ior a bus passenger survey everyone or
two years to determine the appropriate share of revenue for each jurisdiction.
The sampling techniques, survey design, and revenue allocation procedures
have all been reviewed and validated by the University of Maryland
Transportation Department and are incorporated into the scope of services.
The accuracy objectives for the survey and revenue allocations are ± 5 percent
for each jurisdiction and ± 3 percent for the system with a 95 percent
confidence level. This has traditionally required a survey sample 01
approximately 2,600 weekday and 1,500 weekend revenue trips selected at
random within a stratified universe file of 16,000 weekday and weekend trips.
The passengers on each sampled Hip are asked to complete a questionnaire.
The questionnaire ask~ for each passenger's location of boarding and alighting,
the method of fare payment, and the passenger type. The passenger response
rate is then factored to the total data col/ected on sampled trips. Revenues are
distributed among the jurisdictions using the data collected from the survey,
plus passenger revenue computations, garage revenue collections, and flash
pass sales.

The following' revenue allocation rules have been approved by the Board and are
applied as follows:

• All farebox revenues from service dedicated 10 a single jurisdiction are


allocated to that jurisdiction, unless a transfer is made to service
dedicated to another jurisdiction. .

• In the District of Columbia and Maryland, the farebox revenues of


passengers transferring from service dedicated to one jurisdiction to
service dedicated to another jurisdiction are allocated in proportion to the
fares which would be charged from origin to the transfer point and from
the transfer point to the destination.

• Metrobus revenues from interstate non-dedicated service are assigned on


the basis of the passenger's miles in each state.

• Within Virginia, Metrobus revenues are (a) dedicated to one juriSdiction,


or (b) assigned to the boarding jurisdiction, or (c) assigned to the aHghting
jurisdiclion, or (d) joint dedicated to two or more jurisdictions.

• MD base flash pass revenues are assigned to Maryland and VA base flash
pass revenues to Virginia. DC base flash passes may be used for the base
fare in any jurisdiction and revenues are allocated based on Metrobus trip
patterns of users of these passes as determined by the passenger survey.

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• Revenues from the interstate Hash passes are distributed based on
Metrobus trip patterns oithe users of these passes as developed hom the
Bus Passenger Survey.

• The intra-Virginia distribution of the revenues from the VA base pass and
the inHa-Maryland distribution of revenues from the MD base pass also
use the resu\ts from the Bus Passenger Survey.

The WMATA Board oi Directors on May 10, 1984 adopted resolutions


regarding the bus lransfer arrangement with Ride-On and the bus transfer
agreement and acceptance 01 flash passes by Alexandria Transit Company and
the Fairfax Connector. The revenue allocation programs are designed to
comply with these resolutions.

11. METRORAIL

Two allocation formulas are used to determine the subsidy for each jurisdiction
- the rail subsidy aHocation formula and the max fare subsidy formula.

tAl Mel rorail Subsidy

Each jurisdiction's share is determined as follows:

• One-third of the subsidy is distributed on the basis of the relative


number of stations in operation in each jurisdiction. This factor
includes all stations in the system with the exception of the
ArHngton Cemetery Station.

• One-third of the subsidy is distribuled on the basis of a weighted


average of urbanized area population and population density using
the most current census data and the most current census
population definition of the urbanized area.

• One·third of the subsidy is distributed on the basis of the weekday


Metrorail passengers by jurisdiction of residence. This factor is
computed using data from the most recent Meuorail Passenger
Survey.

(8) Max Fare Subsidy

The max fare subsidy is one-hal1 the revenue difierential between what
riders travelling more than six composite miles actually pay and what they
would have paid without a tapered mileage charge or a fare cap. The max
fare subsidy by jurisdiction is determined from the Metrorail passenger
survey. The charge to each jurisdiction reflects the residence of the riders
receiving the benefit of the reduced peak period fares and the value 01 the
benefit received.

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III. PARATRANSIT'

The costs to ~he Authority for providing paratransit services shall be divided
among four tiers:

TIER 1 • FIXED COSTS

Fixed costs are continuing fixed overhead costs that do not fluctuate relative
10 the level of paratr ansit service t hat is oper aled. The allocation of fixed costs
will be allocated based on the proportion of ADA-certifications by jurisdiction
of residence of the participating jurisdictions.

TIER 2 - ALLOCATED ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS

Allocated administrative costs are continuing overhead costs that fluctuate and
are related to the level of par atransit service provided. The allocation of
allocated adminisuative costs will be based on actual demand (trips requested)
for the regional paratransit system.

TIER 3 • DIRECT OPERATING SUBSIDIES

Direct operating subsidies are the direct paratransit-rela'ted operating costs,


including costs paid to· regional paratransit contractors less revenues collected
from patrons. These subsidies will be allocated on the basis of actual usage of
the regional paratransit system by the jurisdiction of residence of the user.

TIER 4 - VISITOR TRIP SUBSIDIES

Visitor trips are' those trips taken by a non·resident of the participating


jurisdictions who utilize the 21-day visitor temporary certification allowed by
the ADA regulations. The subsidies (costs less revenues) of trips provided to
visitors will be allocated based on the origin of boarding of each one·way trip.

Prior to Fiscal 1995 all costs incurred by the Department of ADA were
distributed by the paratransit formula, regardless of whether the costs were
paratransit costs. Paratransit costs incurred by other departments within the
Authority were not distributed by this formula. In Fiscal 1995, the
paratransit formula was modified to eliminate all departmental restrictions -
all departments can now charge appropriate expenses and staff t!me to
paratransit and the Department of ADA can charge non-paratransit costs to
the other appropriate modes. This is consistent with the way all other
charges are distributed by formula.

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PRESENiED & ADOPTED: JUNE 10. , 999
SUBJEC1: APPROVAL OF PARATRANS1T FORMULA

# 99-31
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Regional Paratransit Coordinating Committee has reviewed the current t,')ur·
tiered formula used to determine each jurisdiction's share of the MetroAccess subsidy and has
concluded that a new allocation formula is needed; and .

WHEREAS, the Board Budget Committee has reviewed and agrees with changes to the
MetroAccess formula as proposed by the Regional Paratransit Coordinating Committee: and

WHEREAS, the proposed MetroAccess formula more accurately assigns the cost of the
MetroAccess service to the jurisdiction served.

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that, beginning with fiscal 2000, WMA7A's


fvletroAccess costs will be allocated among the District of Columbia, Montgomery and Pdnce
George's Counties in Maryland, and Northern Virginia as an entity, as follows:

G Direct Costs • the contract carriers' aClual per trip, reservation, and eligibHity
charges will be allocated directly to jurisdictions; and

Overhead Costs - all other costs of the paratransit program will be allocatee; in
proportion to the direct costs: and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Northern Virginia jurisdictions of Arlington and Fairfax
COIJnties, and the Chies of Alexandria, Fairfax, and Falls Church have determined an appropriate
pr ocedure for WMAT A to further allocate costs within Northern Virginia:

• Direct Costs· per trip charges will be adjusted to reflect the average time of :rips
provided for each jurisdiction; and

Overhead Costs· these costs will be allocated within Nonhern Virginia based on the
direct costs as calculated for each jurisdiction; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this resolution shall become effective for fiscal 200(~ and
shell remain in effect for subsequent fiscal years unless changed by the Board of Directors; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this resolution shall become e'ffective immediately.

Cheryl C. B'ur'ke c .

General C4~nsel

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PRESENTED & ADOPTED: MARCH 20, 2003
Subject: Establishment Of An
· Allocation Formula for SAP and SEP
Projects

#2003·20

RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, On June 21, 2001, the Board of Directors adopted a Capital Improvement
Program (CIP) consisting of the Infrastructure Renewal Program (IRP), the System
Access/Capacity Program (SAP) and the System Expansion Program (SEP); and

WHE.REAS, A formula for the allocation of subsidy under the IRP was previously
adopted; and

WHEREAS, The SAP and SEP contain non-reimbursable projects but no allocation
formula has been adopted; now, therefore, be it

RESOL VED, That the sUbsidy for non-reimbursable rail projects in the SAP and SEP
shall be allocated for any given year according to the percentage share for each
jurisdiction of subsidy allocated to IRP rail projects, and for bus projects to the
percentage share of subsidy allocated to IRP bus projects; and it is further

RESOL VED, That this Resolution will be effective immediately.

Reviewed as to form and legal sufficiency.

Motion by Mrs. Mack, seconded by Mr. Kauffman. and unanimously approved.


Ayes: 6 - Mr. Graham. Mr. Barnett, Mr. Kauffman, Mrs. Mack, Mr. Trotter, and Mr. Zimmerman

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PRESENTED AND ADOPTED: SFPTEMBER 25, 2C03

SUBJECT: USE OF OPERATING RESERVE

~003-50
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, By resolution #97-35 the Board established a $7.9 million reserve to provide a
contingency for potential shortfalls in federal operating assistance; and

WHEREAS. The Authority experienced a $3.3 million budget shortfall, sUbject to audit, in FY03
due primarily to excess expen~ and revenue tosses associated with the record Presidents Day
snowstonTl, as well as lower than planned tourist ridership; and

WHEREAS, The Authority has requested reimbursements from the Federal Emergency
Management Agency to offset eligible expenses associated with the snow storm, as weU as from the
Office for Domestic Emergency Preparedness to offset extra security costs during the war in Iraq, but
will not likely receive these funds until FY2004 or beyond; now, therefore. be it

RESOL.VED, That the WMATA Board approves the conversion of the existing reserve for loss
of federal operating assistance into an operating reserve. to be used only upon approval of the Board;
and be it further

RESOLVED, That the WMATA Board authorizes the continued financial support of this
reserve such that it will. when feasible, be maintained at a balance not to exceed 1% of the current
year operating expense budget; and be it further

RESOLVED. That if. at the end of any fiscal year. the Operating Budget concludes with a .
SUbsidy surplus, the first distribution of said surplus shall be directed to this reserve in orider to satisfy
the authorized balance; and be it further .
:

RESOL VED. That the WMATA Board authorizes the use of the aforementioned reserve to
offset the FY03 operating budget shortfall of apprOXimately $3.3 million. subject to audit; and be it
further

RESOL VED, That any reimbursements received to cover prior year operating! costs will be
reported to the Board and used to replenish the reserve; and be it further !
RESOL VED. That the status of this reserve shall be reviewed with the Board as part of the
budget review and approval process; and be it further

RESOLVED, That this resolution shall be effective immediately.

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PRESENTED & ADOPTED: JUNE 9, 1994

SUBJECT: ACCRUAL ACCClJNTING MODIFICATION

1194-35
RESOLUT10N i
OF THE ~
BOARD OF D1RECTORS 1
OF THE
I
!
VlASH1NGTON METROPOL1T AN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY ~

1
\VHEREAS. under accrual accounting costs are recorded at the time sen'ices are received I
regardless of the fiscal year in which they are budgeted: and !
1
1
\VHEREAS .•he \VMATA Compact requires that funds be identified for the full amounl of a \
contract at tim e of award: and

\VHEREA S, this requires the budgeting of all funds for the contract in the fiscal year in which
the contract is a,,,"arded and additional funds in future fiscal years if services are not received in the" fiscal
year in which they are initially budgeted.

NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOL VEO that the Board of Directors approves a modification
to the A uthority's accrual accounting procedures to provide for recording the costs of one lime~ non-
recurring. professipnal and technical sen'ices contracts at time of contraci award; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED thai [his resolulion shall be effective beginning in Fiscal 1995.

Re"iewed as to form and legal sufficiency


-..
..... ........,

Robert L. Polk
General Counsel
I •

M::»tion by Mr. Barnett. seconded by Mrs.. Pemberton, and unanimously approved ..


Ayes: 6 - Mr. Evans, Mrs.. Panberton, Mrs.. Whipple, Mr.. Rachal, Mr.. Barnett,
am Mr. Alexander

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PRESENTED & ADOPTED: JUNE 20, 2002
SUBJECT: APPROVAL OF FISCAL 2003 OPERATING BUDGET
AND OPERATING REIMBURSABLE PROJECTS

#2002-30
RESOLUTION
OF THE
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE
WASHINGTON METROPOLITAN AREA TRANSIT AUTHORITY

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors has received the comments of the local
jurisdictions on the Proposed Fiscal 2003 Operating Budget, and;

WHEREAS, the Board of Directors has received the requests of the local
jurisdictions in establishing the Fiscal 2003 Reimbursable Operating Projects, and;

WHEREAS, the comments received support adoption of the Fiscal 2003


Operating Budget as distributed to the local jurisdictions, and;

WHEREAS, the FY2003 Operating Budget includes:

• the eighth consecutive year without any fare increase,


• support for operation of the new 50aO-series rail cars placed into
service,
• continued expansion of demand based bus service,
• approximately $25 million in base cost reductions necessary to offset
revenue shortfalls occurring as a direct result of the terrorist attacks of
September 11, 2001,
• with the exception of new bus service, implementation of additional
operational and maintenance capabilities utilizing existing staff with no
increase in budgeted positions,
• expanded paratransit services to meet increased demand,
• continued ramp-up of internal staffing for elevator and escalator
maintenance services,
• introduction of a Regional Clearing House to permit multi-operator
SmarTrip acceptance;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Directors approves


the Fiscal 2003 Operating Budget providing for revenues of $445,684,100, operating
expenses of $850,031,444, and a operating subsidy requirement of $404,347,344
including the Fiscal 2003 debt service requirement of $27,484,194, as further
detailed in the attachment, and approves a staffing level of 10,156 positions;

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Fiscal 2001 audit adjustment is
$25,529,818;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the jurisdictional shares of the Fiscal 2003


gross subsidy and debt service requirement are as follows:

District of Columbia $158,780,800


Montgomery County $69,119,539
Prince George's County $74,514,620
City of Alexandria $17,633,550
Arlington County $29,541,297
Fairfax City $887,378
Fairfax County $52,744,670
City of Falls Church $1,125,491
Total $404,347,344

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Reimbursable Operating Projects that


will be undertaken are as follows:

Potomac & Rappahannock Trans $5,410,000


DC DPW $1,300,000
Greenbelt Shuttle $87,000
Springfield Circulator $331,000
Springfield Shuttle $109,000
Crofton-New Carrollton $123,000
Van Pools $210,000
Access-to-Jobs .. , $350,000
National Arboretum $84,000
Hybrid Electric Bus Service $530,000
Charles County Service $746,000
Federal Triangle-Montgomery Mall $158,000
Tyson's Reverse Commute $600.000
Greenbelt to BWI $645,000
Waldorf to Branch Avenue $692,000
Laurel to Silver Spring $129,000
Bethesda Reverse Commute $302,000
College Park to Bethesda $400.000
Total Reimbursements $12,206,000

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that an analysis will be presented in an


expedited manner to the appropriate committee of the Board on the feasibility and
cost of creating rapid response teams to provide enhanced emergency elevator and
escalator repair services;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVE