Transit Commission Draft Operating and Capital Budget

Tax Supported Programs

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Tabled October 26, 2011

Table Of Contents
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Transit Commission
Briefing Note Operating Resource Requirement Analysis Explanatory Notes Capital Budget

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Supplemental Information
Four Year Forecast Works-in-Progress Listing

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Transit Services Department – 2012 Budget Briefing Note

Description Transit Services is responsible for providing ease of mobility to the community by offering public transportation options that meet the needs and expectations of the largest number of persons possible. The department operates four main types of services: regular transit (including O-Train), commuter (express) transit, school transit, and para transit. We strive to meet our policy standards, including increasing ridership, by focussing on the safety and the reliability of both the work we perform and the services we deliver.

Programs / Services Offered Conventional Transit: regular transit, commuter (express) transit, school transit O-Train Para Transit Support Services for Transit are delivered internally and include: Bus and rail service delivery monitoring and control Maintenance of Assets (vehicles and facilities) Transit Law Enforcement Marketing and Strategic Development Customer Relations Service Design Training Safety Management and Regulatory Assurance Project Management for Transit led capital development (incl. technical management for bus procurement) Performance metrics, surveys, quality processes, Council and stakeholder liaison and tactical direction

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Transit Services Department – 2012 Budget Briefing Note

Re-Organizations In 2008, as part of an organizational and governance review (Oliver Wyman Report), Transit Services re-organized the department’s structure to align with City Manager’s direction. In July 2008, Transit Fleet and Material Management functions were integrated into Transit Services. Technical Services and Maintenance Planning functions were also created to support the department. In Q3, with commencement of the Smartcard program a Capital Projects section was created and scheduled to ensure appropriate control of scope, schedule and budget. In Q4, Transit Services established a Regulatory Assurance and Safety section. In Q3 2009, a City initiative resulted in the integration of RPAM to deal with facility maintenance and development. From Sept. to Nov. 2010, the Customer Service and Marketing Branch was re-organized and meshed into two separate areas. As a result, marketing resources were moved to the Performance and Quality Services Branch to create the Marketing and Strategic Development Branch. And, the customer service resources were moved to create the Safety, Business Services and Customer Relations Branch.

Performance / Outcome Measures Following three consecutive years with an annual average fare increase of 7.5%, 2011 saw a 2.5% increase in fares effective July 1, 2011, fares are recommended to rise 2.5% in 2012 effective July 1, 2012. Annual ridership is projected for 2012 to exceed the milestone of 100M passengers for the second time, with 106.6M passengers and conventional fare revenue of $174.3M. The 2011 ridership is at a record level of 103.6M (projected). It has been primarily driven by sustained employment levels in the area, the U-Pass program at Ottawa’s two universities and the ongoing high fuel cost.

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Transit Services Department – 2012 Budget Briefing Note

2012 Budget Risks / Other Considerations
2012 Budget Risks

Local economic stability and employment levels Asset performance Labour negotiations with ATU Local 279 and ATU 1760 Managing labour turnover Achievement of savings as a result of route optimization Fuel Pricing Implementation of PRESTO 2012 – Moving Forward In 2011, a number of strategic priority projects were completed or significantly advanced, including: A fully accessible transit fleet Transit System Security Improvement Project Integration of 306 articulated buses purchased through an innovative deal with New Flyer Procurement of 75 Double Decker buses Procurement of new train sets to improve the O-Train service from 15-minute intervals to 8-minute intervals in 2014 Development of a Fuel Management Program Opening of the SW Transitway Expansion of the Fallowfield Park and Ride lot Successful rebuild of the Maintenance Department A number of initiatives, designed to increase efficiencies, will continue to be introduced, including: PRESTO Smartcard $5.5M in additional funding provided to add some 66,000 service hours to address growing demands on our system

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Transit Services Department – 2012 Budget Briefing Note

2012 Budget Risks / Other Considerations Phase II of Industrial Garage will be operational Moving towards real-time information of bus arrivals Continuation of work on Accessibility enhancements on the transit system Technology Roadmap Increasing bus availability to 90% by 2014 Moving toward fare ratio of 55% Preparing for rail implementation (integrating bus to rail – mitigation and bus/rail strategy) Continued life-cycle improvements and enhancements to infrastructure (stations, buildings, etc.) Other Considerations Required focus on safety practices and on reliability in work performance and service delivery, including service availability, on-time performance and service connection management Need for further engaging employees and providing and e-learning environment for re-training programs Continued life-cycle improvements and enhancements to infrastructure (stations, buildings, etc.) Moving toward a revenue-cost ratio of 55%, established on the basis of the actual Corporate Finance allocation process for corporate overhead.

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Transit Services Department – 2012 Budget Briefing Note

Org Chart

Organizational Structure - Transit Services
Transit Services Alain Mercier

Transit Service Design Pat Scrimgeour

Marketing & Strategic Development Vincent Patterson

Transit Maintenance Larry Atkinson

Safety, Business Services & Customer Relations Jane Wright

Transit Capital Projects & Facilities Maintenance Daniel Villeneuv e (A)

Transit Operations & Para Transpo Laurie Blackstone

Planning & Measurement

Operations

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City of Ottawa Transit - Operating Resource Requirement
In Thousands ($000) 2010 Actual 557 936 1,251 159,828 17,975 156,359 27,462 2 28,036 32,330 424,736 (12,355) (200,169) 212,212 225,919 17,187 85,090 72,937 655 19,052 3,896 424,736 (12,355) 412,381 (7,345) (26,914) (6,358) (159,552) (200,169) 212,212 Forecast 475 1,106 1,921 152,403 18,019 155,359 34,775 29,127 45,520 (175) 438,530 (11,409) (209,962) 217,159 223,927 15,596 84,735 86,917 580 23,596 3,354 (175) 438,530 (11,409) 427,121 (9,781) (18,793) (8,625) (172,763) (209,962) 217,159 2011 Budget 586 1,149 1,989 151,033 18,495 150,335 36,447 29,252 45,520 (175) 434,631 (11,409) (206,063) 217,159 227,728 11,796 80,135 86,917 580 24,296 3,354 (175) 434,631 (11,409) 423,222 (9,781) (18,793) (8,625) (168,864) (206,063) 217,159 3,163.04 2012 Estimate 600 1,710 2,073 154,201 19,117 159,543 39,128 30,101 45,893 (264) 452,102 (11,409) (214,084) 226,609 234,620 11,796 89,614 87,357 600 25,003 3,366 (254) 452,102 (11,409) 440,693 (9,781) (18,793) (3,592) (180,318) (1,600) (214,084) 226,609 3,166.04 $ Change Over 2011 Budget 14 561 84 3,168 622 9,208 2,681 849 373 (89) 17,471 (8,021) 9,450 6,892 9,479 440 20 707 12 (79) 17,471 17,471 5,033 (11,454) (1,600) (8,021) 9,450 3.00

Operating Resource Requirement
Expenditure by Program General Manager's Office Marketing and Strategic Development Service Design Transit Operations Safety, Business Services & Customer Rel. Transit Maintenance Transit Projects & Facilities Mtce. Transit Equipment Recoveries Para Transpo Non Departmental Service Ottawa Gross Expenditure Recoveries & Allocations Revenue Net Requirement Expenditure by Type Salaries, Wages & Benefits Overtime Material & Services Transfers/Grants/Financial Charges Fleet Costs Program Facility Costs Other Internal Costs Service Ottawa Gross Expenditure Recoveries & Allocations Net Expenditure Revenue By Type Federal Provincial Municipal Own Funds Fees and Services Fines Other Total Revenue Net Requirement Full Time Equivalents

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City of Ottawa Transit - Operating Resource Requirement Analysis
In Thousands ($000)

Operating Resource Requirement Analysis
Expenditures by Program General Manager's Office Marketing and Strategic Development Service Design Transit Operations Safety, Business Services & Customer Rel. Transit Maintenance Transit Projects & Facilities Mtce. Transit Equipment Recoveries Para Transpo Non Departmental Service Ottawa Gross Expenditure Recoveries & Allocations Revenue Net Requirement Expenditures by Type Salaries, Wages & Benefits Overtime Material & Services Transfers/Grants/Financial Charges Fleet Costs Program Facility Costs Other Internal Costs Service Ottawa Gross Expenditures Recoveries & Allocations Net Expenditure Percent of 2011 Net Expenditure Budget Revenues By Type Federal Provincial Municipal Own Funds Fees and Services Fines Other Total Revenue Percent of 2011 Revenue Budget Net Requirement Percent of 2011 Net Requirement Budget Full Time Equivalents (FTE's) Percent of 2011 FTE's

2011 Baseline
Forecast Budget Adj. to Base Budget 8,625 8,625 Maintain Provincial Services Legislated 14 561 84 213 622 6,448 1,928 849 373 11,092 (5,759) 5,333 2,439 215 215 215 -

2012 Adjustments
Growth Council Priorities Service Ottawa (89) (89) (89) User Fees & Revenues (4,306) (4,306) $ -A 0.0% (4,306) (4,306) 2.1% (4,306) -2.0% 0.0%

2012
Estimate

$ Change Over '11 Budget 14 561 84 3,168 622 9,208 2,681 849 373 (89) 17,471 8,021 25,492 6,892

475 1,106 1,921 152,403 18,019 155,359 34,775 29,127 45,520 (175) 438,530 (11,409) (209,962) 217,159 223,927

586 1,149 1,989 151,033 18,495 150,335 36,447 29,252 45,520 (175) 434,631 (11,409) (206,063) 217,159 227,728

2,955 2,545 753 6,253 (6,581) (328)

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600 1,710 2,073 154,201 19,117 159,543 39,128 30,101 45,893 (264) 452,102 (11,409) (214,084) 226,609 234,620

2007 Actual $000 Budget Actual $000 $000 15,596 2006 11,796
84,735 86,917 580 23,596 3,354 (175) 438,530 (11,409) 427,121 80,135 86,917 580 24,296 3,354 (175) 434,631 (11,409) 423,222

2007 2007 Actual - A Actual $000 $ $000
0.0% 8,625 8,625 -4.2% 8,625 4.0% (2.00) -0.1% 7,769 440 30 402 12 11,092 11,092 2.6% (3,592) (1,867) (300) (5,759) 2.8% 5,333 2.5%

Actual Budget $000 2007

4,453 Mainta Actual vs. Actual $000 $000 215 1,495 305 215 6,253 215 6,253 0.1% 1.5% 0.0% 215 0.1% (5,281) (1,300) (6,581) 3.2% (328) -0.2% 6.00

Provincial A Actual - $ Adopted $000 2008 Actual $000 $000
0.0% 0.0% 0.0% (10) (79) (89) (89) 0.0% 0.0% (89) 0.0% (1.00)

Efficienc Actual $000 $ $000 11,796 A Actual 89,614 87,357 600 25,003 3,366 (254) 452,102 (11,409) 440,693 4.1% (9,781) (18,793) (3,592) (180,318) (1,600) (214,084) 3.9% 226,609 4.4% 3,166.04 0.1% 9,479 440 20 707 12 (79) 17,471 17,471

(9,781) (18,793) (8,625) (172,763) (209,962) 217,159

(9,781) (18,793) (8,625) (168,864) (206,063) 217,159 3,163.04

5,033 (11,454) (1,600) (8,021) 9,450 3.00

Actual $000

2007 2006 Budget $000 $000

2007 0.0% Actual $000

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Mainta Provincial A 0.0% Actual vs. 0.2% 0.0% $ Adopted Budget $000 2007 $000 2008 0.0% $000

Efficienc

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City of Ottawa Transit - Operating Resource Requirement Explanatory Notes
In Thousands ($000)

Surplus / (Deficit)
2011 Forecast vs. Budget Variance Explanation Forecast vs. Budget Variance Explanation Impact of U Pass - Higher student participation Forecast higher ridership 4.15% Recruiting gap shortage of drivers which resulted in overtime cost premiums Higher fuel prices and increase volume of fuel consumed Lower compensation due to Vacancies for a portion of the year in Facility Operations and Management and Administration roles Increased Insurance Claims Expenditures Lower facility maintenance expenditures Savings resulting from software licenses, professional services Lower Maintenance costs Higher Para revenue 150K Various expenditures - Licenses and other costs Total Surplus / (Deficit) (1,255) (4,695) 944 (525) 710 533 273 116 (3,899) 741 3,008 150 3,899 741 3,008 (1,255) (4,695) 944 (525) 710 533 273 150 116 Exp. Rev. Net FTE Impact

Increase / (Decrease)
2011 Baseline Adjustments / Explanations Adjustments to Base Budget Removal of the 2011 one-time funding for Bridge Financing FTE Reductions to be achieved from 2011 Service Initatives Total Adjustments to Base Budget 8,625 8,625 8,625 8,625 (2.00) (2.00) Exp. Rev. Net 2011 Changes FTE Impact

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City of Ottawa Transit - Operating Resource Requirement Explanatory Notes
In Thousands ($000)

Increase / (Decrease)
2012 Pressure Category / Explanation Maintain Services Compensation: All programs include an adjustment for 2012 contract settlement, increments and benefit adjustments Operators Progression Pay Annualization of 2011 Transit Facilities Wages Adjustment of Actual Premiums & Benefits - Transit Maintenance Diesel Fuel @ 1.037/litre for #2 diesel for bus, trains and non-revenue vehicles Vehicle Maintenance bus parts & services Removal of one-time savings of New Flyers 226 Articulated Buses Tire & Brakes Annualization of Debt servicing for New Flyer Buses Utilities Rate increase Sponsorship Restructuring - Annualization Other Cost Increases for Services Smart Card Maintenance & Support Interim Costs Telecommunications Contract - Maintenance & Improved Technical Service Levels Market Revitalization - Research & Communication Savings from Departmental Service Innovation & Efficiency -Para Transpo Efficiency Savings from Departmental Service Innovation & Efficiency -Vehicle Maintenance VMI (880) Savings from Departmental Service Innovation & Efficiency - Facilities Savings Annualization of 2011 Fare Increase Annualization of Route Optimization One-Timing Funding to Bridge Double Decker bus delivery schedule Rural Para Transpo service delivery model change Total Maintain Services Provincial Legislated Occupational Health & Safety Regulation Equipment Total Provincial Legislated (1,000) (12,200) (41) 11,092 215 215 (1,867) (3,592) (5,759) (1,000) (1,867) (12,200) (3,592) (41) 5,333 215 215 9,030 1,350 550 193 9,772 880 501 373 265 259 191 171 1,250 500 (72) 9,030 1,350 550 193 9,772 880 501 373 265 (41) 191 171 1,250 500 (72) (880) Exp. Rev. Net 2012 Changes FTE Impact

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City of Ottawa Transit - Operating Resource Requirement Explanatory Notes
In Thousands ($000)

Increase / (Decrease)
2012 Pressure Category / Explanation Growth Recovery from expanded Urban Transit zone Maintenance of New Park and Ride Facilities and Transitway Expansion 2012 Ridership increase to 106.6M Riders/annum at average fare rate * January 2012 service increase to offset congestion on buses* * Note: this includes 66,000 new service hours for growth and congestion or 2.7% increased hours over fall 2011 levels Total Growth Service Ottawa Allocation of Service Ottawa Initiative Allocation of Service Ottawa Initiative - Fleet Total Service Ottawa User Fees & Revenues 2.5% Fare Increase (Half year impact) Adjustment re: Fall 2012 semester for U Pass Additional revenue from elimination of annual passes effective January, 2012 and semester passes May, 2012 Single Para Transpo rural fare zone at $8.25/trip Total User Fees & Revenues Total Budget Changes (1,957) (1,600) (790) 41 (4,306) (8,021) (1,957) (1,600) (790) 41 (4,306) 9,450 3.00 Exp. 753 3,200 2,300 Rev. (1,300) (5,281) Net 2012 Changes (1,300) 753 (2,081) 2,300 FTE Impact 6.00 -

6,253 (79) (10) (89)

(6,581) -

(328) (79) (10) (89)

6.00 (1.00) (1.00)

17,471

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Program Summary
In Thousands ($000) 2012 Draft Budget

Project Description Transit Services Renewal of City Assets 904730 Rideau River O-Train Bridge 905978 Para Bus Replacement 906432 Bus Equipment Replacement-2012 906443 Buildings-Transit 906497 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Roads 906498 Transitway Roads 906499 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Structures 906500 Transitway Structures 906501 Transitway Structures - Site Specific 906502 Bridge Salt Prot./Conc Patchin 906503 Regulatory Structural Inspections TWAY 906504 Crack Sealing - Transit 906505 Transit Structures - Drainage 906506 Slope Stabilization-Transit 906507 O-Train Structures 906508 Regulatory Structural Inspections OT 906513 Non-Revenue Vehicle Replacement - 2012 906516 Transit Fac - Operational Response -2012 906517 Trans Fac -Renewal of Ops Assets-2012 906521 Building Capacity Improvements 906522 Transitway Yearly Rehab 906525 AVM upgrade to new Artic Fleet 906545 Preservation - Transitway Roads

Tax Supported/ Dedicated

Gas Tax

Development Charges

Debt

Grand Total

50 4,300 30 30 120 300 400 120 100 310 100 50 120 1,380 500 425 8,085 5,500 1,500 23,420

2,000 12,950 2,000 1,000 1,800 700 20,450

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2,000 13,000 2,000 4,300 30 1,030 120 1,800 300 400 120 100 310 100 750 120 1,380 500 425 8,085 5,500 1,500 43,870

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Program Summary
In Thousands ($000) 2012 Draft Budget

Project Description Growth 906512 Non-Revenue Vehicle Additions - 2012 Strategic Initiatives 905497 2010 IT E-Learning & Video Enhancement 906433 IT Transit Customer Svce Platform 2012 906434 IT Security Platform 2012 906510 Transitway Infrastructure Security 906511 IT Operational & Control Centre Platform 906518 IT Corporate Support Platform 906519 IT Business Intelligence Platform 906520 IT Scheduling Platform 906524 Business Continuity Emergency Plan 906526 Para T backup cameras 906527 IT Maintenance Platform Grand Total

Tax Supported/ Dedicated 434 434 620 1,900 400 160 1,588 1,480 380 2,950 50 67 2,516 12,111 35,965

Gas Tax 20,450

Development Charges 78 78 78

Debt 38 38 38

Grand Total 550 550 620 1,900 400 160 1,588 1,480 380 2,950 50 67 2,516 12,111 56,531

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Program
In Thousands ($000) 2012 Draft Budget

Service Area: Transit Services
Tax Supported/ Dedicated Reserves 23,420 434 12,111

Category

2012 Capital Budget 43,870 550 12,111

Revenues

Gas Tax

Rate Supported Reserves -

Development Charges

Debt

$ Renewal of City Assets Growth Regulatory Strategic Initiatives 20,450 78 38 -

Total

56,531

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35,965

20,450

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78

38

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Program Information Buildings-Transit Dept: Infrastructure Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: Multiple 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: Various 4,300 Unspent Previous Authority 4,300 2012 4,300 9,341 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 3,017 3,017 2014 3,600 3,600 2015 3,600 3,600 5,041

The Buildings and Parks Program provides for life cycle renewal and replacement works to existing building and park assets. Detailed scope of work for specific Renewal of City Assets projects extend to a wide assortment of work such as roof replacement, building preservation, building mechanical and electrical systems, park play structures, hard landscaping, arena and pool equipment and unscheduled Renewal of City Assets work. Annual programming provides allocations as required to core project cost groupings Renewal of City Assets buildings and parks - for each of the service areas as follows: Service Area Buildings Parks Accessibility Parks & Recreation $ 6,554 $900 $1,700 Transit Services $ 4,300 General Government $ 718 $ 225 Library Services $ 580 Road Services $ 491 By-Law Services $ 303 Fire Services $ 292 Cultural Services $ 227 Social Services $ 163 Long Term Care $ 133 $ 75 Water Services $ 47 Child Care Services $ 31 Authority Request $13,839 $900 $2,000 Program funding requirements to support project needs are defined in the Long Range Financial Plan. Actual budget allocations for these programs are adjusted to reflect change in need and affordability. Forecasts are based on bulk allocations that will be detailed in future budget submissions. Project Cost Group Summaries are provided following this program summary.

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In Thousands ($000)

City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
Project

2012 Draft Budget

Ward

Location/Description

$000's 4,300

906443 Buildings-Transit CW The Buildings budget allocation has been adjusted to reflect change in need and affordability. Detailed information and costs associated with specific components and projects are as follows. REPLACE COMPLETE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#043) NORTH BILLINGS BRIDGE TRANSITWAY STATION 17 PLATFORM BILLINGS BRIDGE TRANSITWAY STATION 17 REPLACE ALUMINUM ENTRANCE DOORS AND DOOR FRAMES REPLACE POLE LIGHTS AND FIXTURES: TRANSITWAY CITY WIDE: GENERAL FACILITIES CW STATIONS WESTBORO TO BASELINE CITY WIDE: TRANSIT SERVICES FACILITIES CW INTERNAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES CITY WIDE: TRANSIT SERVICES FACILITIES CW UNSCHEDULED WORKS: TRANSIT FACILITIES GREENBORO TRANSITWAY STATION 10 REPLACE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#036) WEST PLATFORM HERON TRANSITWAY STATION 17 DRAINAGE STUDY AND REMEDIATION LINCOLN FIELDS TRANSITWAY STATION 07 FLOORING REPLACEMENT LYCEE CLAUDEL TRANSITWAY STATION 17 WATER INFILTRATION - REMEDIATION WORK LYCEE CLAUDEL TRANSITWAY STATION 17 REPLACE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#025) WEST PLATFORM OFFICE AND SOUTH GARAGE- 805 BELFAST 18 REPLACE ROOF OFFICE REPLACE WASHROOM PARTITIONS COUNTERS AND PLUMBING PARA TRANSPO BUILDING - 875 BELFAST 18 (MEN AND WOMEN) PARA TRANSPO BUILDING - 875 BELFAST 18 REPLACE BASEMENT VENTILATION (HVAC) RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL TRANSITWAY REPLACE COMPLETE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#029) WEST 18 STATION PLATFORM RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL TRANSITWAY 18 REPLACE UNDERPASS HID LIGHTING SYSTEM STATION RIVERSIDE HOSPITAL TRANSITWAY REPLACE COMPLETE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#028) EAST 18 STATION PLATFORM SMYTH TRANSITWAY STATION 17 REPLACE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#027) WEST PLATFORM SOUTH GARAGE - ST. LAURENT 18 REPLACE SEWAGE PUMPS/CONTROLLER IN TURNING AREA SOUTH GARAGE - ST. LAURENT 18 REPLACE ROOF AREA 8,5 REPLACE EMG POWER PANELS TXFRS STARTERS COUNTDOWN SOUTH GARAGE - ST. LAURENT 18 AREA SOUTH GARAGE - ST. LAURENT 18 REPLACE O/H DOOR - COUNTDOWN AREA LANE A SOUTH KEYS TRANSITWAY STATION 10 REPLACE ELEVATOR SYSTEM (OCT#038) WEST PLATFORM WALKLEY TRANSITWAY STATION 16 REPLACE ASPHALT RAMP AND PLATFORMS

304 Project $000's Ward 77 510 225 160 304 50 102 81 304 51 156 261 304 71 304 304 36 288 18 71 304 15
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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Program Information Transit Roads & Structures Dept: Infrastructure Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: Multiple 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: Various 4,310 Unspent Previous Authority 1,510 2,800 2012 4,310 7,851 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 4,570 4,570 2014 3,500 3,500 2015 7,380 7,380 3,541

The Transit Roads & Structures (non rail) Program provides for condition assessments, lifecycle renewal, rehabilitation and reconstruction works Renewal of City Assets undertaken on the City's existing roadways and structures dedicated to transit. The program is focused on:
Renewal of City Assets Renewal of City Assets

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• Roads and Park & Ride Areas (renewal of roadways and parking dedicated to transit); • Transitway Structures (renewal of bridges, culverts and retaining walls serving the dedicated transit network); • Project Scoping and Engineering. Program funding requirements to support renewal needs are defined in the Long Range Financial Plan. Actual budget allocations for these programs are adjusted to reflect change in need and affordability. Detailed information and costs associated with specific components and projects follow this program summary page.

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In Thousands ($000)

City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Project

Ward

Location/Description

$000's 30

906497 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Roads CW Scoping and design briefs are necessary to adequately define transit road conditions, coordination requirements and project limits prior to initiating design stages. Post construction funding is required to address assessments and unplanned/unexpected adjustments outside the original implementation of project funding.

906498 Transitway Roads CW This program provides for engineering and construction activities to maintain and rehabilitate the existing transit roadway infrastructure. The activities include asphalt overlays, rehabilitation of concrete pavements and other surface repairs/rehabilitation works on roadways dedicated to transit and at transit stations. EAST TRANSITWAY - PEDESTRIAN PATHWAY NORTH OF TELESAT CRT EAGLESON EAST PARK AND RIDE LOT SIDEWALK ONLY WEST TRANSITWAY WESTBORO STATION UPPER LEVEL SOUTHEAST TRANSITWAY SOUTHEAST TRANSITWAY ACCESS RAMP EAST OF TRAIN TRANSIT STATION ACCESS RAMP AT LEES STATION CENTRAL TRANSITWAY - HURDMAN STATION 11 8 15 15 16, 17 10,16 18 17 17 BLAIR PEDESTRIAN OVERPASS - SOUTH END to 50 m SOUTH (TOWARDS JAMES NAISMITH) PARK AND RIDE to EAGLESON RD TUNNEYS STATION to BAYVIEW STATION (WEST LIMIT) ATHLONE AV to TWEEDSMUIR AV HERON RD to WALKLEY STATION, NORTH LIMIT WALKLEY STATION, NORTH LIMIT to GREENBORO STATION, NORTH LIMIT EAST TRANSITWAY to TREMBLAY RD CENTRAL TRANSITWAY to LEES AV WEST LOOP to SE TRANSITWAY

1,030

Project $000's Ward

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In Thousands ($000)

City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Project

Ward

Location/Description

$000's 120

906499 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Structures CW Scoping and design briefs for Transitway structures are necessary to adequately define conditions, coordination requirements and explore renewal options prior to initiating design stages. Post construction funding is required to address assessments and unplanned/unexpected adjustments outside the original implementation of project funding.

906500 Transitway Structures CW 1,800 This component of the program provides for the engineering and construction activities relating to repair and rehabilitation of various transitway structures to address deficiencies over their service life. The size and complexity of the projects vary considerably. The activities are scheduled based on needs identified through the Structures Asset Management programs. 8 Baseline Rd over Transitway SW Twy - Baseline Rd O/P Transitway E Twy - St Laurent Stn Central & East 13 E Twy St Laurent Stn Tunnels MacKenzie King Bridge Bus Lane - CB 12 Albert St/Slater St.Between Elgin and Nicholas Relocation 906501 Transitway Structures - Site Specific CW Funding is required to undertake reactively engineering, design and construction of renewal works that are not budgeted through any other renewal program or unexpected items that may arise over the course of the year.

300

906502 Bridge Salt Prot./Conc Patchin CW This project provides funding for salt protection, small-scale concrete patch repairs and joint seal replacement at identified Transitway structures in the Transit Network. These preventative maintenance and renewal needs are defined to reach the expected service life or defer expensive major renewals.

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In Thousands ($000)

City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Project 906503 Regulatory Structural Inspections TWAY

Ward CW

Location/Description

$000's 120

Ontario Regulation 104/97 Standards for Bridges requires bi-annual inspection of all bridges in accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual. The inspection will not only ensure the structural integrity of Transitway structures but also help determine the condition of the structures, renewal needs and renewal programming.

906504 Crack Sealing - Transit CW Sealing of cracks in asphalt concrete pavements is a necessary and important treatment to mitigate the infiltration of water into the pavement structure, prevent spalling and ravelling of unsealed cracked edges. Crack sealing is typically applied to pavements that are 3 5 years old and can extend pavement service life by 3 - 5 years. Current funding will allow city wide implementation of this treatment along the transitway.

100

906505 Transit Structures - Drainage CW This project provides funding for condition assessment, design and replacement of drainage culverts located on the transit network.

310

906506 Slope Stabilization-Transit CW This project provides the authority necessary to undertake investigations, scope definition and remediation of localized instances of transitway slope stability improvements and rock face stabilization.

100

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Program Information Transit Rail Structures Dept: Infrastructure Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: Multiple 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: Various 2,870 Unspent Previous Authority 170 2,700 2012 2,870 4,606 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 3,820 3,820 2014 1,770 1,770 2015 2,160 2,160 1,736

The Transit Rail Structures Program provides for condition assessments, rehabilitation and reconstruction works undertaken on the O-Train structures Renewal of City Assets (non rail / rail bed - infrastructure). Program funding requirements to support renewal needs are defined in the Long Range Financial Plan. Actual budget allocations for theseCity Assets Renewal of programs are adjusted to reflect change in need and affordability. Detailed information and costs associated with specific components and projects follow this program summary page.
Renewal of City Assets

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project 904730 Rideau River O-Train Bridge Ward 16

2012 Draft Budget

Location/Description

$000's 2,000

The 2011 authority request was required for engineering for the next phase of rehabilitation of the Railway Bridge that carries the O-Train over Rideau River. The 2012 scope of work includes structure coating and seismic retrofitting.
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906507 O-Train Structures CW This component of the program provides for the engineering and construction activities relating to repair and rehabilitation of various OTrain structures to address deficiencies over their service life. The size and complexity of the projects vary considerably. The activities are scheduled based on needs identified through the Structures Asset Management programs. O-Train Dows Lake Tunnel O-Train O/P Carleton U Ped Pathway 16/17 17 O-Train at Dow's Lake 0.10 km N of Rideau River RF Con B Lot N

750

Project $000's Ward

906508 Regulatory Structural Inspections OT CW Ontario Regulation 104/97 Standards for Bridges requires bi-annual inspection of all bridges in accordance with the Ontario Structure Inspection Manual. The inspection will not only ensure the structural integrity of Transitway structures but also help determine the condition of the structures, renewal needs and renewal programming.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 905978 Para Bus Replacement Dept: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2016 13,000 Unspent Previous Authority 50 12,950 2012 13,000 13,000 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 2014 2015 -

Lifecycle replacement of the aging Para Transpo fleet of buses.
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906432 Bus Equipment Replacement-2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW

Year of Completion: 2015 2,000 Unspent Previous Authority 2,000 2012 2,000 2,000 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 1,000 1,000 2014 1,000 1,000 2015 1,000 1,000 2,582

This program is designed for the timely replacement of existing bus and shop equipment that has reached its useful life. In order to keep over 1,000 buses on the road, as well as to ensure the appropriate level of service,Renewal of City Assets of tools and various types equipment require replacement on an ongoing basis, dependent upon age, usage and function. Mandatory Ministry of Transportation inspections of City Assets Renewal necessitate the maintenance and repair of equipment according to a standard and this project Renewal of City Assets identifies the cost associated with the repair, calibration and replacement of tools as well as shop and test equipment required to meet this standard. The introduction of “Line Replaceable Units” into inventory is to reduce vehicle downtime and increase reliability and availability.

2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906513 Non-Revenue Vehicle Replacement - 2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW 2012 Request This program is designed to update and replace over 270 miscellaneous support vehicles supporting Transit Services daily operations including security, supervision, Revenues maintenance, stores, revenue generation and others. TheRenewal of City light and heavy fleet has Assets vehicles and much equipment with various lifecycles: 3 to 15 years or more. Tax Supported/ Renewal of City Assets Dedicated The reliability of the bus service is dependent in part on the timely renewal of the Renewal of City Assets Gas Tax non-revenue transit fleet which provides necessary support functions. Years of Forecast failing to timely replace these assets have jeopardized support functions as some vehicles are over 20 years. This level of funding is required to maintain operational Authority effectiveness and to rejuvenate the aging support fleet. Further delays in replacement decrease the ability to provide revenue service at low cost-ratio to the Spending Plan taxpayer and users of the service. FTE's Operating Impact 906516 Transit Fac - Operational Response -2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Year of Completion: 2015 1,380 Unspent Previous Authority 1,380 2012 1,380 1,380 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 1,300 1,300 2014 1,300 1,300 2015 1,300 1,300 1,487

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This program is designed to update and retrofit the Transit Maintenance facilities. The 2011 request will allow to complete a building condition assessment Renewal program including mechanical and electrical assessment. In addition theof City Assets will allow to assess functional requirements for the St. Laurent garage facility and develop tender ready documents and budget requirements for the Renewal of City Assets desired renovation. Transit Maintenance provides Transit Services with the capacity to serve our clients with a safe and efficient fleet. It is crucial to provide an appropriate working environment for staff in order to provide efficient maintenance service. Should our maintenance facilities not be maintained and upgraded, the potential impact is on Transit's capacity to deliver service to the public. This program ensures our commitment to service excellence and community sustainability.
Renewal of City Assets

2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906517 Trans Fac -Renewal of Ops Assets-2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW 2012 Request The 2012 additional funding request is to address the capacity of additional administrative work area at the St. Laurent garage north building. The 2012 funding Revenues Renewal of City assessment of envelop will be utilized to conduct structural surveys and a conditionAssets all mechanical and electrical equipment. Tax Supported/ Renewal of City Assets Dedicated
Renewal of City Assets

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Year of Completion: 2015 425 Unspent Previous Authority 425 2012 425 425 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 1,500 1,500 2014 1,500 1,500 2015 1,500 1,500 7,177

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906521 Building Capacity Improvements Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW

Year of Completion: 2015 8,085 Unspent Previous Authority 8,085 2012 8,085 8,085 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 4,000 4,000 2014 4,000 4,000 2015 4,000 4,000 14,930

2012 Funding is required for the review of existing buildings and site around the 1500 St-Laurent complex. Re-engineer the existing layouts internally and externally Renewal of City Assets is required to promote an efficient and improved working environment.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906522 Transitway Yearly Rehab Dept: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 5,500 Unspent Previous Authority 5,500 2012 5,500 5,500 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 1,430 1,430 2014 1,470 1,470 2015 1,510 1,510 -

This project will provide the funding to complete the OC Transpo yearly rehabilitation of existing Transitway station. This will include the condition Renewal of City Assets assessment of existing Transitway stations and all Transitway infrastructure rehabilitation projects. In addition, this project will incroporate for the new branding or all Transitway infrastructure. Renewal of City Assets The said project will allow to ensure the implementation of security and health and safety components to ensure the safety of our operators, staff and clients.
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906525 AVM upgrade to new Artic Fleet Dept: Transit Services Category: Renewal of City Assets Ward: CW 2012 Request Initiative to expand our fleet of Invero & Hybrids with Clever Devices AVM monitoring software to improve fleet reliability similiar to the articulated bus fleet Revenues Renewal of City Assets which have this feature factory installed. Will allow for fuel management initiative to proceed. Tax Supported/ Renewal of City Assets Dedicated
Renewal of City Assets

Year of Completion: 2015 1,500 Unspent Previous Authority 1,500 2012 1,500 1,500 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 2014 2015 -

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906512 Non-Revenue Vehicle Additions - 2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Growth

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 550 Unspent Previous Authority 434 2012 550 550 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 110 110 2014 120 120 593

Non-Revenue Vehicle Growth as required by Client Business Models and Service Delivery requirements along with Associated Transit Station Maintenance Growth Requirements to increase and sustain the required levels of maintenance of facilities and transit infrastructure. The funds reflect modest increase in miscellaneous vehicles to support these transit service levels and annual Growth expansions. The 2012 Growth units that will be required for Transitway Station and Transitway maintenance are two (2) municipal articulated tractors with all of the required and associated attachments, and one (10) Cube Type Van equipped with the required functionality.
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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 905497 2010 IT E-Learning & Video Enhancement Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW

Year of Completion: 2012 620 Unspent Previous Authority 620 2012 620 620 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 60 60 2014 60 60 2015 60 60 132

2012 Request Integrate an e-Learning program to contribute to our integrated training program; Purchase software to create e-Learning platform; Create, purchase and develop LMS Revenues Strategic Initiatives platform. Tax Supported/ Strategic Initiatives Dedicated
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906433 IT Transit Customer Svce Platform 2012 Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 1,900 Unspent Previous Authority 1,900 2012 1,900 1,900 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 1,150 1,150 2014 350 350 2015 100 100 2,588

Upgrade and enhancement to the Customer Service systems and applications deployed at Transitway Stations, on the Web or mobile. Enhancements are required Strategic Initiatives on our IVR systems as well as our Teledon Customer Information Display as all these technologies are now obsolete and without vendor support. This includes updates of both the front end as well as the back-end systems. Customer Strategic Initiatives Relationship Management updates for the fixed route is also required to properly Strategic Initiatives answer and track customer requests. This platform is included in the IT Roadmap.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906510 Transitway Infrastructure Security Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 160 Unspent Previous Authority 160 2012 160 160 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 160 160 2014 160 160 2015 160 160 131

To proactively mitigate emergent security/safety issues that, left unaddressed, would result in increased risk and expose staff, the public and the City. Additional Strategic Initiatives monies are being sought to sustain Program throughout the Transitway (all stations).
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906518 IT Corporate Support Platform Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 1,480 Unspent Previous Authority 1,480 2012 1,480 1,480 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 250 250 2014 400 400 2015 250 250 1,221

Support the on-going computer systems upgrades, new procurement and software licensing as part of day-to-day operations as well as sustainment of our current Strategic Initiatives systems. It will be used to equip Transit Facilities Maintenance staff with mobility to increase their efficiency on the road with direct access to information and reporting. The IT Transit Zone deployed in 2011 will need increased Strategic Initiativeswe are capacity as moving operational applications from City IT into it to ensure 24 x 7 support. Strategic Initiatives Staffing for the 24 x 7 support is included. Consultant services required for strategic directions in IT Business Continuity are also part of the budget. This platform is identified in the eTranspo IT Roadmap.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906519 IT Business Intelligence Platform Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW

Year of Completion: 2015 380 Unspent Previous Authority 380 2012 380 380 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 180 180 2014 150 150 2015 150 150 870

2012 Request The primary goal is to provide management with a portal that will deliver synthetic information based on current and future data sources that are used to derive Key Revenues Strategic Initiatives Performance Indicators. This will assist in creating a fact-based decision-making culture, allowing for more fine-grained analyses of overall operations, and therefore Tax Supported/ providing the necessary details for system optimization. This platform is identified in Dedicated Strategic Initiatives the IT Roadmap. Strategic Initiatives Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact 906524 Business Continuity Emergency Plan Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives Ward: CW

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In keeping with the corporate decision to implement a City wide business continuity 2012 Request program and the creation of individual business continuity plans, consultant services Revenues Strategic Initiatives are required. This would facilitate the initial planning phase, completion and implementation of Transit Services business continuity plan. Tax Supported/ Strategic Initiatives Dedicated
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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906526 Para Transpo backup cameras Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 67 Unspent Previous Authority 67 2012 67 67 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 2014 2015 -

To reduce / eliminate backup accidents to the Para Transpo fleet of specialized wheelchair vans.
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906527 IT Maintenance Platform Dept: Transit Services

Category: Strategic Initiatives

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 2,516 Unspent Previous Authority 2,516 2012 2,516 2,516 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 2014 2015 -

We are required to proceed with the implementation of Lock-out and Tag-out as well as Automated External Defibillator Safety Program Implementation as per Strategic Initiatives Canada Labour Code for all our Maintenance facilities to bring our maintenance organization into Compliance. We also need to implement a full fuel and fluid management system in-line with the Auditor’s recommendation.Initiatives Strategic Our current fuel management system requires a manual entry that causes data corruption and Strategic Initiatives needs constant reconciliation. The new system will provide an end-to-end automatic transaction processing including key vehicle data that is required for proper maintenance. Presently there is no automatic fluid dispensing system and therefore limited ways of collecting information about consumption per vehicle; the new system will address this major shortcoming.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906511 IT Operational & Control Centre Platform Dept: Transit Services Category: Strategic Initiatives

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 1,588 Unspent Previous Authority 1,588 2012 1,588 1,588 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 3,965 3,965 2014 150 150 2015 3,200 3,200 2,555

In addition to previous years’ investments, this year will see the deployment of display at each garage dispatch lounges to cut on our paper consumption as per Strategic Initiatives today’s process. This will provide our operator with real-time information on the schedule and requirements to fill piecework. A project to provide current control room backup is part of the scope to have a backup solution in case of problems with Strategic Initiatives the existing facility. Expansion of the current control room display wall to Strategic Initiatives accommodate more camera display to enable a better view of the Transitway platform load, is to be done along with providing for more control desk in the Control Centre to optimise the bus traffic flow in light of the Transitway closure for the LRT works. This is part of the IT Roadmap approved by the Commission and Council.

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906520 IT Scheduling Platform Dept: Transit Services

Category: Strategic Initiatives

Ward: CW 2012 Request Revenues Tax Supported/ Dedicated Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

Year of Completion: 2015 2,950 Unspent Previous Authority 2,950 2012 2,950 2,950 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 85 85 2014 85 85 2015 500 500 138

The scheduling platform is key to OC Transpo’s operations for the Fixed route services. In 2012 the Hastus platform will be extended from its present deployment Strategic Initiatives to include the operator booking and dispatch functions in replacement of the legacy in-house Workforce Management Software (WMS) that has now reached end of life. This initiative is in-line with the eTranspo initiative of IT application rationalisation Strategic Initiatives with a minimum number of vendors to facilitate long term support. The scheduling Strategic Initiatives of all non-operator employees (maintenance staff, supervisors, dispatchers, transit law staff, facilities maintenance staff) will also be done using a vendor application already in use at the City to complete the transition from today from a mostly manual system to a highly automated process thus facilitating payroll data transfer. This is part of the IT Roadmap approved by the Commission and Council.

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City of Ottawa Service Area: Transit Services
In Thousands ($000) Project Information 906434 IT Security Platform 2012 Dept: Transit Services

2012 Draft Budget

Financial Details

Category: Strategic Initiatives

Ward: CW

Year of Completion: 2015 400 Unspent Previous Authority 400 2012 400 400 Rate Supported Development Charges Debt 2013 2014 2015 500 500 3,209

2012 Request CAD-AVL Existing internal system requires investment to resolve existing known deficiencies Revenues Strategic Initiatives and to support efficiencies available through implementation of smartbus technologies (text messaging, etc.). Leverage new scheduling & work management Tax Supported/ software being installed 2011. This is part of the IT Roadmap approved by the Strategic Initiatives Dedicated Commission and Council. Strategic Initiatives Gas Tax Forecast Authority Spending Plan FTE's Operating Impact

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Program Forecast
In Thousands ($000) 2012 Draft Budget

Project Description Transit Services Renewal of City Assets 900300 IT Smartcard 904730 Rideau River O-Train Bridge 905972 Bus Refurbishment & Modifications - 2011 905974 Facility Rationalization 905977 O-Train & Rail Lifecycle - 2011 905978 Para Bus Replacement 905984 Transitway Accessibility improvements 906103 Renewal Transit Park & Ride 906109 Scoping Pre/Post O-Train Struc 906169 LRT Transition 906205 LRT / Bus Leases 906432 Bus Equipment Replacement-2012 906443 Buildings-Transit 906497 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Roads 906498 Transitway Roads 906499 Scoping Pre/Post TWAY Structures 906500 Transitway Structures 906501 Transitway Structures - Site Specific 906502 Bridge Salt Prot./Conc Patchin 906503 Regulatory Structural Inspections TWAY 906504 Crack Sealing - Transit 906505 Transit Structures - Drainage 906506 Slope Stabilization-Transit 906507 O-Train Structures 906508 Regulatory Structural Inspections OT 906513 Non-Revenue Vehicle Replacement - 2012 906516 Transit Fac - Operational Response -2012

2012

2013

2014

2015

Total

2,000 13,000 2,000 4,300 30 1,030 120 1,800 300 400 120 100 310 100 750 120 1,380 500

3,000 15,285 1,000 500 200 1,000 3,017 60 1,100 80 1,160 300 400 120 100 250 1,000 500 120 1,300 1,500

12,580 1,000 250 500 150 6,432 1,000 3,600 50 1,100 80 1,000 300 400 120 100 250 100 1,500 120 1,300 1,000

200 17,655 1,000 300 500 1,200 110 12,403 1,540 1,000 3,600 140 1,870 200 2,100 300 600 120 100 250 100 1,800 250 1,300 1,000

200 5,000 45,520 3,000 550 13,000 1,500 1,200 460 18,835 1,540 5,000 14,517 280 5,100 480 6,060 1,200 1,800 480 400 1,060 1,300 4,550 610 5,280 4,000

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Program Forecast
In Thousands ($000) 2012 Draft Budget

Project Description 906517 906521 906522 906525 906545 Trans Fac -Renewal of Ops Assets-2012 Building Capacity Improvements Transitway Yearly Rehab AVM upgrade to new Artic Fleet Preservation - Transitway Roads

2012 425 8,085 5,500 1,500 43,870 550 550 620 1,900 400 160 1,588 1,480 380 2,950 50 67 2,516 12,111 56,531

2013 1,500 4,000 1,430 38,922 4,250 110 4,360 100 60 1,000 1,150 160 3,965 250 180 85 6,950 50,232

2014 1,500 4,000 1,470 39,902 120 120 60 350 160 150 400 150 85 1,355 41,377

2015 1,500 4,000 1,510 400 57,048 770 110 880 60 100 500 160 3,200 250 150 500 4,920 62,848

Total 4,925 20,085 9,910 1,500 400 179,742 5,020 890 5,910 100 800 1,000 3,500 900 640 8,903 2,380 860 3,620 50 67 2,516 25,336 210,988

Growth 905507 2010 Bus Growth 906512 Non-Revenue Vehicle Additions - 2012 Strategic Initiatives 905150 Station Safety-Emergency Plan/Response 905497 2010 IT E-Learning & Video Enhancement 905506 2012 Simulator (training) 906433 IT Transit Customer Svce Platform 2012 906434 IT Security Platform 2012 906510 Transitway Infrastructure Security 906511 IT Operational & Control Centre Platform 906518 IT Corporate Support Platform 906519 IT Business Intelligence Platform 906520 IT Scheduling Platform 906524 Business Continuity Emergency Plan 906526 Para T backup cameras 906527 IT Maintenance Platform Grand Total

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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Works-in-Progress (at September 30th, 2011)
In Thousands ($000)

Project Description Transit Services 900292 Bus Equipment Replacement Program 900300 IT Smartcard 900362 IT Infrastructure - Para Transpo 900874 Bus Additions 901230 O Train Capital Works 902952 IT Transit Computer Sys New Initiatives 903401 Transitway System Improvements 903402 Transitway Capital Works 903751 Transitway Improvements/LRT 903780 Transit Garage 903960 Revenue Bus Replacement Program 904219 Transitway Structures 904246 2007 Transit Priority Measures 904247 2007 Transit Priority Corridor Implement 904483 Transitway Stations 904541 2008 Transit Priority Measures 904546 IT Next Stop Announcements 904547 Safety Operation Management System 904601 St Laurent Station 904607 IT Transit Management ReportingTool(GPS) 904610 IT Bus Radio System 904640 Storage & Control of Cores-Material Mgmt 904730 Rideau River O-Train Bridge 904769 Central Area Station Improvements 904867 Scoping Pre/Post Eng for 2010 (Roads) 904868 Transitway System Improvements

Authority

Total Expenditures & Commitments 17,301 29,965 1,827 96,577 4,923 4,928 2,468 3,586 3,277 86,627 78,343 1,339 689 846 2,750 1,333 10,543 618 2,725 166 12,003 96 3,086 2,302 66 1,596

Total Unspent Authority 767 2,809 40 997 134 (110) 192 60 153 10,736 10,913 1 11 154 1,250 (3) 592 432 1,055 134 2,372 154 614 964 49 (131)
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18,068 32,774 1,867 97,574 5,057 4,818 2,660 3,646 3,430 97,363 89,256 1,340 700 1,000 4,000 1,330 11,135 1,050 3,780 300 14,375 250 3,700 3,266 115 1,465

City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Works-in-Progress (at September 30th, 2011)
In Thousands ($000)

Project Description 904869 904907 904908 904937 904959 904964 905146 905147 905149 905150 905151 905152 905156 905159 905160 905163 905170 905173 905174 905175 905177 905183 905200 905202 905203 905204 905205 Transitway Structures 2009 Transit Priority Corridors 2009 Transit Priority Measures Scoping Pre/Post Eng - 2010 (Structures) Lifecycle Renewal Transit 2009 Transit Facility Ops Response 2009 Bus Additions Transitway Capital Works-2009 O Train Capital Works - 2009 Station Safety-Emergency Plan/Response Business Continuity-Emerg Plan/Response Building Capacity Improvement Non-Revenue Vehicles Replacement IT Transit Scheduling Platform Customer Service Platform Transit Infrastructure Security Mgmt Maintenance Equipment Replacement-2009 Double Decker Infrastructure Study Transit Security Platform IT Business Intelligence Platform Transit Priority (Woodroffe/Baseline) TMP Supplementary Transit Network 2009 Bus Refurbishing Program IT 2009 IT Infrastructure - Para Transpo IT 2009 Transit Vehicle Info Sys IT 2009 Transit computer Systems 2009 Revenue Bus Replacement Program

Authority 750 1,000 1,580 150 3,850 2,718 13,256 1,000 7,394 100 25 23,061 1,300 1,105 4,975 160 1,536 300 3,722 1,100 2,240 2,500 13,800 550 6,855 2,105 51,624

Total Expenditures & Commitments 481 486 1,539 142 3,445 2,425 11,592 1,095 874 76 8 8,131 1,289 967 2,387 29 1,712 513 230 1,078 13,754 10 3,915 1,514 45,289

Total Unspent Authority 269 514 41 8 405 293 1,664 (95) 6,520 24 17 14,930 11 138 2,588 131 (176) 300 3,209 870 2,240 1,422 46 540 2,940 591 6,335
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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Works-in-Progress (at September 30th, 2011)
In Thousands ($000)

Project Description 905206 905293 905295 905296 905297 905298 905299 905300 905306 905330 905331 905332 905333 905334 905335 905336 905337 905439 905440 905490 905491 905492 905493 905494 905497 905498 905499 2009 Miscellaneous Vehicle Additions ISF-Eagleson Park & RideLot Resurfacing ISF-PedestrianOvrpass-Woodroffe-Baseline ISF-Resurfacing-Transitway Blair Station ISF-Resurfacing - Twy St. Joseph On-Ramp ISF-Structures - Transitway Blair Ramp ISF-Structures -Transitway-Nicholas Ramp ISF-Structures - Twy - Sackville Bridge ISF-Baseline Station Tunnel ISF-Safety Impv - Albert and Slater ISF-Transitway Impv Prg - Blair Station ISF-Structures -Transit WallPreservation ISF-Refurbish Spv Facility-StLaurent Stn ISF-Transit Impv Program -St Laurent Stn ISF-Transit Impv Program - Hurdman Stn ISF-Transitway Impv Program - Lighting ISF-O-Train Corridor Upgrades 2010 Transit Priority Corridors 2010 Transit Priority Measures 2010 Transitway System Improvements 2010 Transitway Capital Projects 2010 Transitway Stations 2010 Transit Network Capital Projects 2010 Transit Facilities Lifecycle 2010 IT E-Learning & Video Enhancement 2010 Miscellaneous Vehicle Replacement 2010 Miscellaneous Vehicle Growth

Authority 405 580 4,700 570 55 850 1,300 200 37,500 1,690 100 1,000 23 178 75 75 900 1,000 1,600 750 1,000 4,100 800 2,000 400 1,577 200

Total Expenditures & Commitments 328 282 4,508 520 56 478 1,038 194 37,431 1,654 107 774 24 179 33 80 888 198 539 26 1,235 523 344 39 268 1,118 31

Total Unspent Authority 77 298 192 50 (1) 372 262 6 69 36 (7) 226 (2) (1) 42 (5) 12 802 1,061 724 (235) 3,577 456 1,961 132 459 169
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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Works-in-Progress (at September 30th, 2011)
In Thousands ($000)

Project Description 905500 905501 905502 905503 905507 905508 905562 905563 905566 905567 905568 905569 905570 905652 905671 905700 905858 905893 905894 905972 905974 905975 905976 905977 905979 905980 905981 2010 Bus Replacement IT 2010 Computer H&S 2010 Bus Refurbishment 2010 Train & Rail Lifecycle - O Train 2010 Bus Growth Bus Equipment Replacement-2011 Scoping Pre/Post Tway Roads - 2010 Renewal Transitway Roads - 2010 Renewal Transitway Structures Bridge Salt Prot./Conc Patching - Twy Crack Sealing - Transit Scoping Pre/Post O-Train Struc. - 2010 O-Train Structures - 2010 PofW Bridge Condition Assessment LCR - Transit Regulatory Structural Inspections - 2010 New Flyer Articulated Bus Replacements IT Corporate Support Platform IT Operating & Control Centre Platform Bus Refurbishment & Modifications - 2011 Facility Rationalization Non-Revenue Vehicle Additions - 2011 Non-Revenue Vehicle Replacement - 2011 O-Train & Rail Lifecycle - 2011 O-Train Service Expansion Transit Brand Renewal Transit Fac - Operational Response -2011

Authority 27,380 620 2,000 3,029 31,820 2,663 55 900 280 1,000 100 135 400 1,500 3,850 400 155,700 1,364 2,556 17,405 3,895 593 1,476 303 59,000 1,250 2,500

Total Expenditures & Commitments 27,544 379 2,000 1,627 31,765 81 5 900 280 701 97 133 174 319 3,082 302 156,490 143 1 2,090 257 258 34,807 1,439 177

Total Unspent Authority (164) 241 (0) 1,402 55 2,582 50 0 0 299 3 2 226 1,181 768 98 (790) 1,221 2,555 15,315 3,638 593 1,476 45 24,193 (189) 2,323
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City of Ottawa Transit Commission Capital Works-in-Progress (at September 30th, 2011)
In Thousands ($000)

Project Description 905982 Transit Fac -Renewal of Ops Assets-2011 905983 Transit Network Capital Projects - 2011 905984 Transitway Accessibility improvements 905998 2011 Transit Priority Corridors 905999 2011 Transit Priority Measures 906029 Buildings-Heritage - Transit 906101 Scoping Pre/Post Twy Roads 906102 Transitway Roads 906104 Scoping Pre/Post Twy Struc. 906105 Transitway Structures 906106 Bridge Salt Prot / Conc Patching 906107 Regulatory Structural Inspections 906108 Crack Sealing - Transit 906110 O-Train Structures 906111 Regulatory Structural Inspections 906156 ISF-Tilt Up Concrete Structure Sheds 906157 ISF-55 New Shelter Installations 906247 Revenue Bus Replacement (Double Deckers) Transit Services Total Grand Total

Authority 7,750 1,350 3,000 2,000 1,600 6,550 30 930 730 2,170 400 70 100 1,960 150 800 440 81,000 1,049,907 1,049,907

Total Expenditures & Commitments 573 70 202 199 2,681 1 543 322 479 68 98 1,023 65 801 294 59,504 857,831 857,831

Total Unspent Authority 7,177 1,350 2,930 1,798 1,401 3,869 29 387 408 1,691 400 2 2 937 85 (1) 146 21,496 192,076 192,076

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