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2018-2019 Sales Tax Revenue Budget: Transit

The budget information below is for fiscal year 2018-2019 and reflects a shortened collection period that will begin in August 2018. Budgets reflect additional revenue only and do not represent total department spending or existing sales tax revenue.

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Projects

Project Description

Mayor's Recommended Budget

Transit Planning and Program Support

Hire one new full time employee to manage transit programs

$50,000

Frequent Transit Network (FTN)

Create a Frequent Transit Network (FTN) on key initial routes (2100 S, 900 S, 200 S, and 600 N or 1000 N) to increase transit service to a frequency of 15-minutes or better, Monday thru Saturday from 5 a.m. to midnight, and add new Sunday service

$2,464,492

Home-to-Transit Pilot Program

Provide home-to-transit ride share services to residents living more than 1/4 mile from a high frequency bus or train with frequency of 15-minutes or better

$700,000

Work-to-Transit Program

Provide start-up funding for the “Work to Transit” Program to develop a cooperative partnership with businesses in Research Park and the Industrial West Side to provide a shuttle type service to employees, and other first mile/last mile solutions. The budget includes start-up costs only; the program will ultimately be managed and funded by businesses

$250,000

Transit Pass Analysis and Facilitation

Execute a comprehensive study on best practices for transit pass programs (HIVE Pass) with the goal of increasing the number of transit passes distributed to residents

$30,000

Frequent Transit Network (FTN) Branding and Outreach

Fund branding and a public outreach process for the development of a high frequency bus network (FTN) that will establish new routes and service areas

$250,000

Frequent Transit Network (FTN) Capital Improvements

Fund capital improvements associated with the proposed Frequent Transit Network (FTN), including signal upgrades, ADA enhancements, bus stop improvements, etc.

$1,139,000

Frequent Transit Network (FTN) Rolling Stock (Buses) Procurement

Fund new leases for busses to be used on the proposed Frequent Transit Network (FTN)

$406,000

Additional Planner

Hire one new planning position to manage the impacts related to overall infrastructure upgrades

$101,161

Total:

$5,390,653

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