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08/21/2012 04F Transit Development Plan for 2012-2017 and Annual Report for 2011 ( tikt,„ BUSINESS OF THE CITY COUNCIL YAKIMA, WASHINGTON AGENDA STATEMENT Item No. F, For Meeting of: August 21, 2012 ITEM TITLE: Resolution adopting Yakima Transit's Transit Development Plan for 2012 -2017 and annual report for 2011 as required under RCW 35.58.2795. SUBMITTED BY: Chris Waarvick, Public Works Director, 576 -6411 CONTACT Ken Mehin, Transit Manager, 576 -6415 PERSON /TELEPHONE: SUMMARY EXPLANATION: Yakima Transit is required under RCW 35.58.2795 to prepare a six -year transit development plan for the current calendar year and the ensuing five years. The plan must be consistent with comprehensive plans adopted by counties, cities, and towns. The plan is required to contain information as to how the municipality intends to meet state and local long -range priorities for public transportation, capital improvements, significant operating changes planned for the system, and how Yakima Transit intends to fund plan needs. The six -year plan must specifically set forth projects of regional significance for inclusion in the transportation improvement plan within that region. In developing the plan, Yakima Transit must consider policy recommendations affecting public transportation contained in the state transportation policy plan approved by the state transportation commission. A public hearing consistent with the rules of the FTA was held at Public Works on August 8, 2012. A public hearing before the City Council was not necessary under those rules. Transit Other Development Resolution X Ordinance Plan for 2012 - (specify) 2017 and annual report for 2011 Contract: Mail to: Contract Term: Amount: Expiration Date: Insurance Required? No Funding Phone: Source: APPROVED FOR City Manager SUBMITTAL: 4. STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adopt the proposed Transit Development Plan for 2012 - 2017 and annual report for 2011. BOARD /COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION: ATTACHMENTS: Click to download ❑ Resolultion - TDP 2012 ❑ Transit Development Plan 2012 Resolution No. R -2012- A RESOLUTION adopting Yakima Transit's Transit Development Plan for 2012 -2017 and annual report for 2011 as required under RCW 35.58.2795. WHEREAS, Yakima Transit is required, under RCW 35.58.2795, to prepare a Six -Year Transit Development Plan for the calendar year and the ensuing five years, consistent with the comprehensive plan required under the Growth Management Act; WHEREAS, the Transit Development Plan 2012 -2017 and 2011 Annual Report provides updated information to the Washington State Department of Transportation ( WSDOT) on development of the various transit components undertaken by Yakima Transit and the City of Selah (Transit) and contains Yakima Transit's and the City of Selah's (Transit) short-range and long -range priorities for public transportation, capital improvements, and significant operating changes planned for the system during that period, WHEREAS, this document is used by WSDOT to prepare an annual report for the Washington State Legislature summarizing the status of public transportation systems in the State; WHEREAS, it is in the City's best interests to adopt the Transit Development Plan 2012- 2017 and 2011 Annual Report; and, WHEREAS, on August 8, 2012, an open- record public hearing was held at Public Works, 2301 Fruitvale Blvd, Yakima, WA. No comments were received during the public hearing or by mail. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVE BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF YAKIMA: Yakima Transit's Transit Development Plan 2012 -2017 and 2011 Annual Report are hereby approved and adopted for implementation, as of the date of this resolution's enactment by the City of Yakima, City Council. ADOPTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL at a regular meeting this 21st day of August, 2012. Micah Cawley, Mayor ATTEST City Clerk Yakima Transit Transit Development Plan , r \ 9 WRs ' ' .,, _ :. _,._ _. _ 4 1, 1 ,i, lit ' � �� - , _mil •� y ........, ,,,,. _ _ _ , .7 till.' - -. - ..:.4) ....w t • ..: I Six -year Plan 2012 -2017 Reported Annually Adopted by Council: Table of Contents Sec. Title Page Introduction 3 Organization 3 II. Physical Plant 5 III. Transportation Service 5 IV. State & Local Long -Range Priorities For Public Transportation & Capital Improvements 8 V. Program Funding 10 VI Significant Operating Changes Planned For The System, 2012 -2017 14 Appendix A: List of Rolling Stock 15 Appendix B: List of Facilities 17 Appendix C: List of Other Equipment 17 Appendix D: Public Hearing Notice 17 Appendix E: Operating Financial Data, 2012 -2017 18 Appendix F: Six -Year Transit Improvement Plan - Project List 26 Appendix G: Fixed -Route Map - Yakima Service Area 27 Appendix H: Fixed -Route Map - Selah Service Area 28 Acknowledgements YAKIMA TRANSIT CITY OF YAKIMA Ken Mehin, Manager Tony O'Rourke, City Manager Kevin Futrell, Project Planner Chris Waarvick, Public Works Director David Mauk, Operations Supervisor Deborah Baldoz, City of Yakima Finance Wayne Parsley, Field Operations Supervisor Karen Allen, Program Administrator CITY OF SELAH Paul Overby, Selah City Council David Kelley, Selah City Administrator Joe Henne, Selah Public Works Director Dale Novobielski, Selah Finance 2 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 • INTRODUCTION The Transit Development Plan 20:12- 2017.and 2011 Annual Report provides updated information to the Washington State Department of Transportation on development of the various public transportation components undertaken by Yakima Transit and the City of Selah (Selah Transit). Yakima Transit's and Selah Transit's 2011 accomplishments and proposed action strategies for 2012 to 2017 are included. This document is submitted per the requirements of RCW 35.58.2795. Yakima Transit and Selah Transit are required to prepare a six -year transit development plan and annual report. WSDOT uses this document to prepare an annual report for the Washington State Legislature summarizing the status of public transportation systems in the State. The document is also used to notify the public about projects that have been completed, are in process, or are planned for the future. The Yakima City Council must approve this document prior to this document going into effect following a public hearing. The City of - Yakima is also preparing this document for the City of Selah as it relates to Selah's Transit services. SECTION I: ORGANIZATION History In 1907, the City of Yakima's public transportation service originated with the advent of a steel -rail streetcar system. The first transit service was operated by the Yakima Valley Transportation Company (YVT). The first motorized buses were introduced in 1924 as a supplement to the rail streetcar routes. The City's all-electric streetcars were discontinued in 1947 when the services offered switched to an all - motor bus system. A private transportation company took over operation of the bus system from YVT in 1957., The private firm quit operations in 1966 and for four months there were no public transportation services in the City of Yakima. The citizens of Yakima then voted to approve the State's first household tax in the fall of 1966 to financially support a public transit system. Public transit services were re- established under contract with a private transportation management firm. In October 1970, the City purch the assets of the financially troubled private transportation management firm and continued transit operations ever since as a City owned and operated public transit system. In November 1980, Yakima citizens approved a 0.3 of 1% sales tax that replaced the City's household tax as the method of financial support for the transit system. The City of Yakima worked with the City of Selah under to obtain a Congestion Mitigation Air Quality grant for a demonstration project to provide transit services to the City of Selah. Upon completion of that demonstration project, in 2007, City of Selah residents voted in a similar 0.3% sales tax for transit services in Selah. Organizational Structure The Yakima City Council is ultimately responsible for all Yakima Transit operations. The Transit Manager oversees the daily operational activities of the Transit System, which is overseen by the Public Works Director and the City Manager. The City Manager reports back to the City Council on activities undertaken and addresses significant transit related policies and financial issues. The City of Selah's City Council is also ultimately responsible for services that they contract through Yakima Transit for. Citizens may address their transit concerns directly to the City Council Members during any regularly scheduled Council meeting. The City Council also solicits public comments on transit specific issues 3 ), Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 during the review and adoption of the City's annual budget. All Yakima City Council meetings and budget review meetings are broadcast live on local community access television and taped for rebroadcast again later at various intervals for those unable to attend the actual session. These broadcasts are also available online on Yakima's Public Access Channel. Yakima Transit also has a citizen's advisory group that meets once every three months and consists of _ members of the community with an interest in transit, as well as individuals who ride on a daily basis. The group is updated on. Yakima Transit's projects and goals. They are asked to provide input on proposed projects, give public and system -user comments on service they would like to see implemented and comment on future service Yakima Transit or the City of Selah could provide. Community participation helps Yakima Transit tackle rider concerns, which typically include customer service, safety, and efficiency. • - C ity of -Maki _ - .. - .,. : •,_ :_. ma . - City of Selah City Council ; , �... , _ City Council City Manager City Administrator Public Works Director Public Works Director Citizen's Advisory - - Committee --► Transit Manager - . Yakima Transit T Marketing /Programs Operations Planning Organization Yakima Transit's organization consists of a seven - member city council, that is ultimately responsible for Yakima Transit's activities and programs. Several management layers help control the activities & programs that are conducted including the City Manager, Public Works Director, and Transit Manager. Selah Transit's organization consists of seven city council members. As of December 31, 2011,. Yakima Transit directly employed 56 full -time & 15 part -time employees in Administration & Operations for Fixed Route, Paratransit, and Vanpool services. Yakima Transit pays for various administrative services through the City of Yakima including legal, human resources, vehicle maintenance, purchasing, and financial services. Medstar LLC, our paratransit contractor, employs roughly 34 employees. The City of Selah does not have any. employees who only work for Selah's Transit program. The employees listed in the organization chart above and other city of Selah employees also have other non - transit assignments. 4j,=' Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 I SECTION II: PHYSICAL PLANT Yakima Transit's administrative and operations offices are located at 2301 Fruitvale Boulevard. Yakima Transit's Human Resources, Legal, and Finance services are provided through the City of Yakima either at the Public Works Facility, City Hall, or Legal Center. Appendices A thru C contain completed forms for our system owned and contracted revenue vehicles and facilities. -- Yakima Transit is currently planning for an additional location in the East and West Valley areas. Yakima Transit expects to purchase the property fora West Valley Park & Ride and Operations facility before the end of 2013 and construct the facility in phases within a five -year period following the land acquisition. The West Valley Transit Center will be a park, park & ride, and operations facility (office, maintenance, and bus storage) and will serve as the main operations facility. Yakima Transit's current location will serve as a satellite facility mainly for routes that do not start or end at the main facility. Yakima Transit is also pursuing an Eastside park & ride near 1 -82 and SR 24 on City owned property. The Eastside Park & Ride Facility is anticipated to be operational a couple years after the West Valley Transit Center is operational and will consist of a park & ride and, at a later date, an information booth. This facility will help Yakima Transit coordinate service to Moxee, Terrace Heights, and any express route services along the 1 -82 corridor. The city of Selah has a park and ride lot that is located at the Selah Civic Center. Other than that, there are no other transit funded facilities. The city of Selah owns some bus shelters. The city of Yakima owns all the vehicles that are used in the service. Including the vehicles used for Dial A Ride, which is also contracted through Medstar, LLC. SECTION III: TRANSPORTATION SERVICE Services Yakima Transit falls under the federal classification of small urban area, because the area served has a population size between 50,000 and 200,000. During 2011, Yakima Transit served the city of Yakima and the city of Selah with fixed - route, paratransit, and vanpool service. (See attached Service Area Map) Yakima Transit offers these three different modes of transportation, as well as promotes pedestrian - friendly road construction, sidewalks, pathways, and bicycle routes. Yakima Transit provides connections to other forms of transportation including rail, air, and other fixed -route services: Yakima - Ellensburg Commuter, Union Gap Transit, and the People For People's Community Connector (Lower Valley Express service). Fixed Route Yakima Transit offers fixed -route bus service along 10 different routes that operates between 6:OOam and 7:45pm within the city of Yakima and the city of Selah. During 2011, Yakima Transit operated as many as 10 local fixed routes, Monday through Friday, (6:15 am - 6:45 pm), 8 fixed- routes on Saturday, (8:45 am - 6:30 pm), and on 6 fixed - routes Sundays that operate on the hour (8:00 am -4:00 pm). Weekday routes are operated both on an hour and half -hour basis on most routes. Saturday routes are operated on an hourly basis. As of March 2010, Yakima Transit has extended its hours to 7:45 pm under a demonstration project. That demonstration project ended June 30, 2012; however, the service will continue to be provided until there is an update to the bus book. Yakima Transit anticipates ending the extended hours service, due"to lack of available funding; however, cancelling that extension has not yet 5 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 been determined. Yakima Transit's system map, as illustrated in the Appendix E, depicts the local fixed routes operated in 2011. Expected future fixed routes will be a minimum of 10 routes in 2012 to a high of 15 routes by the end of the 6 -year period, if commuter routes to neighboring communities are added. 2012 -17 Routes Future Routes 1 Summitview / Lincoln 12/13 Moxee- Terrace Heights: This route will loop with alternating route 2/2x Tieton / Nob Hill service on the hour throughout the day 3 Mead / Fruitvale 14/15 Naches: This route will provide service between Yakima and Naches 4 Fruitvale / Mead and will likely operate two morning trips and two evening trips. 5/5x Nob Hill/ Tieton 6/6x Fair Ave / No. 1st St.' 16 Lower Valley: This route would provide express route service 7/7x 40thAve. / Washington between Grandview and Yakima Riders would be able to connect 8 Lincoln / Summitview up with the Yakima - Ellensburg Commuter to travel to Ellensburg. 9/9x 1st Street / Washington 17 Firing Center: This route will offer service from Selah to the Firing 10/10x Selah Center, where commuters can connect up with a route to the 11 Ellensburg Commuter Ellensburg Commuter. 1 "x" routes are the half -hour route services. On various dates, Transit services are either not available or limited. The 2011 -13 days /dates are listed below. Transit services are not available on the following days: 2011 2012 2013 New Years Day Sat., Jan. 1 Tues., Jan. 1 Tues., Jan. 1 Easter Sun., Apr. 24 Sun , April 8 Sun., March 31 Memorial Day Mon , May 30 Wed., May 30 Thurs., May 30 Independence Day Mon , July 4 Wed , July 4 Thurs., July 4 Labor Day Mon., Sept. 5 Mon., Sept. 3 Mon., Sept. 2 Thanksgiving Day Thurs., Nov 24 Thurs., Nov. 22 Thurs., Nov. 25 Christmas Day Sun., Dec. 25 Tues., Dec. 25 Wed , Dec. 25 Service is limited on the following days: 2011 2012 2013 Martin Luther King Day Sat., Jan. 15 Sun., Jan. 15 Tues., Jan 15 President's Day Mon , Feb 21 Mon , Feb 20 Mon., Feb. 18 Veterans Day Fri., Nov. 11 Mon., Nov. 12 Mon., Nov. 11 Day after Thanksgiving Day Fri , Nov 25 Fri., Nov. 26 Fri., Nov. 26 Demand Response Yakima Transit provided the City of Yakima with paratransit services (Dial A Ride) in 2011. Dial -A -Ride services were available during the same operating days and hours as the scheduled fixed -route service. In addition, Council policy requires that paratransit services be provided on Sundays from 8:30am - 1:30pm and holidays with the exception of Memorial and Labor Day. Under contract with Medstar, LLC, (a private for - profit company), the complementary paratransit service is available to residents who qualify for service under the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. Our paratransit services provide door -to -door customer service to eligible clients and services the area within the city limits the Cities of Yakima and Selah and some medical trips into the City of Union Gap. Over the next six years, 6 1 1t, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 • Yakima Transit does not anticipate any major changes to the paratransit services offered, except as it relates to expansion of the fixed -route program. Vanpool Yakima Transit operates vanpool services for residents within the Greater Yakima area. Vanpool services are provided on a cost recovery basis; fees are shared by the riders. As part of the services provided through the vanpool program, Yakima Transit offers each vanpool commuter a guaranteed ride home. The guaranteed ride home service may be used up to four times per year. With the recent economic downturn, Yakima Transit's vanpool program has experienced a bump in vanpool starts with the ARRA grant that Hanford received. Following the closure of that grant vanpool starts declined to previous levels. There are currently 22 vans that are now being operated. When the economy recovers or if gas prices increase, Yakima Transit's vanpool services will likely be used more. In the near future, Yakima Transit does not anticipate a large increase in vanpool users. Yakima Transit anticipates a 4% growth per year over the next six years. Park & Ride Lots Yakima Transit provides service to three park and ride Tots: Chesterly Park at North 40th Avenue and River Road, Gateway Center along Fair Avenue at Interstate 82, and the Public Works parking complex at N. 23rd Avenue and Fruitvale Boulevard. School Service Yakima Transit provides weekday non - exclusive transportation service to elementary, middle, and high schools in its designated service area, as well as to Yakima Valley Community College and Perry Technical Institute. The school districts do not provide service to for students who live within a mile of the school. To provide alternative transportation, the school district purchases passes for the students. Multimodal Connections Yakima Transit provides service to the following public transportation facilities: •Yakima Airport •Lower /Upper Valley Community Connector •Union Gap Transit •Greyhound Bus Terminal. Fare Structure Yakima Transit provides ADA Paratransit, Fixed Route and Vanpool services. The rates for Fixed Route services are as follows: Monthly How much does it cost to ride the bus? One-way fare passes Adults (age 18 and over) 75¢ $17.00 Youths (age 6 -17) 50¢ $12.00 Reduced Fare (Persons 62/over, people with disabilities & .......... 35¢ $ 5.00 Medicare Cardholders. Reduced Fare ID card required for reduced fare.) Pre - School (under 6, accompanied by adult) FREE 7 ;�"�') Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 In 2011, transfers were free for unlimited rides on any bus, on any route, during one of three time periods each day. Morning transfer tickets are valid until 9:15am. Mid -day transfer tickets are honored from 8:45am to 3:15pm and afternoon /evening transfers are effective from 2:45pm until the close of service. The boarding time determines which transfer they receive. Starting July 16, 2012, transfers will only be available for the next trip in the window that they were issued. Single ticket fares were increased January 2009. Adult single ticket passes increased from 50C to 75C. Youth single ticket passes increased from 35C to 50C. Reduced Fare single ticket passes increased from 25C to 35C. Monthly passes did not increase. The previous fare rate was in effect for more than 15 years. Another fare increase is anticipated January 1, 2013, for single ticket, monthly passes, and paratransit. The fare structure that is anticipated will increase every four years. Fare free service is provided, at Yakima City Council consent, Saturdays and Sundays during the summer months when school is not in session. Fourth of July fireworks shuttle service is offered with fare free. Round -trip shuttle service to the Central Washington State Fair - grounds is also offered during the fall operations fare free. Yakima Transit no longer offers New Years Eve service, due to low ridership. SECTION IV: STATE & LOCAL LONG -RANGE PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PRIORITIES State Priorities In 2011, Yakima Transit addressed the Washington State Department of Transportation's State Public Transportation Policy Objectives as follows: 1. Preservation - To maintain, preserve, and extend the life and utility of prior investments in transportation systems and services: Yakima Transit maintains its vehicles according to manufacture specifications. Vehicles parts are replaced if needed, extending the life of the vehicle. Yakima Transit continues to maintain and preserve existing facilities. Transit operators provide quality customer services helping us maintain, preserve, and increase ridership. The cost to maintain vehicles is fairly expensive and Yakima Transit is continually working with other transit agencies to obtain newer vehicles. Yakima Transit also applies for state and federal grants for replacement vehicles. 2. Safety - To provide for and improve the safety and security of transportation customers and the transportation system: Yakima Transit has provided for and improved the safety and security of transportation customers and the transportation system by adding security cameras on the buses and a few Dial -A -Ride vehicles. Yakima Transit is in the process of planning security upgrades at the main public works facility. Yakima Transit will also create a safety plan in 2013. 3. Mobility (addressing congestion) - To improve the predictable movement of goods and people throughout Washington state: As development occurs, Yakima Transit flexes it route services to continue to provide service to all Yakima residents and employees. Yakima Transit isn't heavily involved in improving the movement of goods; however, the reduction in traffic on arterial streets allows for more efficient movement of goods throughout Yakima. As for movement of people throughout the state of Washington, Yakima Transit provides connecting service at our downtown Transit Transfer Center for the Lower Yakima Valley express route services operated by People for People and the express route service between Yakima and Ellensburg operated by HopeSource 8 n Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 Yakima Transit has equipped buses with front - loading bicycle carriers for inter -model transportation use. 4. Environment - To enhance Washington's quality of life through transportation investments that promote energy conservation, enhance healthy communities, and protect the environment: Yakima Transit through route expansion and operating hour extensions enhances Washington's quality of life by promoting energy conservation, enhancing healthy communities, and protecting the environment. Yakima Transit has purchased newer buses, but due to the cost of the green technology buses, does not operate green buses (hybrid, electric, or other alternatives). 5. Stewardship - To continuously improve the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of the transportation system: Yakima Transit continues to maintain the vehicles in top shape, inside and out, improving the quality and effectiveness of our service. Routes are constantly being examined then reexamined to determine their efficiency. Surveys are also conducted annually to determine actual ridership. That information is used to help determine what may have caused increases or decreases in ridership along those routes. Local Priorities In 2011, Yakima Transit has tried to continue to implement the following Council Transit Taskforce approved actions: 1. Replace six older coaches with new low floor units. Yakima Transit has replaced 10 vanpool vans through the State's vanpool investment program. Yakima Transit has applied for but has not been able to receive replacement vehicles. Yakima Transit is in the process of purchasing reliable used vehicles for the Yakima - Ellensburg Commuter. 2. Expand the Yakima Transit operating hours to start earlier in the day, add to the evening routes and provide additional bus service on Saturday and Sunday. Yakima Transit has expanded the hours of service by one hour in the evening. This service will likely end as a result of lack of funding and lower than expected ridership data Saturday service has not expanded beyond its existing service. Sunday service was started with a CMAQ grant and continued with a Consolidated Grant (using 5316 JARC funding). This service has been a success and will likely continue beyond the grant period. 3. Secure permanent funding for bus service to the Selah and Union Gap operations. Yakima Transit obtained grant funding to expand service to surrounding suburbs, which ultimately the City of Selah has funded and expanded both the route, hours of service, and added a half -hour service. The City of Union Gap has secured its own permanent funding through sales tax and operates its own service through a contractor and Yakima Transit won't likely operate that service even though continuity would allow for smoother service. 4. Build a new Westside transfer location in the annexed areas around 72nd Avenue. Yakima Transit has initiated the process to purchase property for a new transit facility; however, due to the high cost of property along 72nd Ave. and the need to be further out in the West Valley area, Yakima Transit has chosen to locate near the intersection at 96th Ave. and Wide Hollow Rd. The facility's construction may be delayed due to economic conditions. Yakima Transit has started the NEPA process for site selection. 9 1_ Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 5. Link the nearby communities in the Urban Growth Area together with Transit Service (includes Selah, Terrace Heights, Moxee, Yakima Training Center, Gleed, Tieton, Cowiche, and Naches). All these links depend on demonstration project grant funding. • In 2009, Yakima Transit pursued an extension into Terrace Heights. That service was discontinued due to lack of support from the County Commissioners. In order to continue the service in the future, it will likely require strong Yakima County participation or annexation into the City of Yakima. • In 2007, Yakima Transit extended a route into the City of Selah. The City of Selah has decided to continue to fund the route and, as of March 1, 2010, has extended the route further into their community and added an additional of half -hour service. • Yakima Transit has been in talks with the City of Naches to extend service; however, any service provided to and from Naches will be limited due to funding constraints. • In 2012, Yakima Transit started working with Lower Valley Cities to look at the possibility of providing express -route transit services between Yakima and Grandview. 6. Offer regional transit service connections to Kittitas County (Ellensburg /CWU Campus). Starting November 2011, Yakima Transit in partnership with HopeSource Ellensburg, started the Yakima - Ellensburg Commuter. This service provides limited service to and from the Yakima Training Center. HopeSource operates the service with funds from Yakima Transit, Central Washington University, and a grant from WSDOT. The service has been a success so far and will likely continue even beyond the grant period. Fares are $3 each direction, these fares will be increased to $4 each direction on Sept. 1, 2012. Another increase to'$5 each direction is anticipated Sept. 1, 2013. 7. Continue to incorporate /maintain /improve ADA requirements within our transit system. Yakima Transit continues its efforts to maintain and improve ADA access within the system. Yakima Transit has made an internal commitment that all vehicles purchased will be ADA accessible. Yakima Transit continues to work on the automated stop announcements and readerboards to make sure they are functional. Capital improvements over the next six years will depend heavily on Transit's main funding source, sales tax. If sales tax revenues remain the same or decline, the major capital investment portions of the items are listed in Appendix E. The major improvements planned include the following: construction of a West Valley Transit Center and East Valley Transit Center, vehicle replacement, new fareboxes, increased security through the purchase of security cameras for facilities and buses, and an increase the number of bus shelters along fixed routes. SECTION V: PROGRAM FUNDING Operating Revenue Operating revenue consists mainly of a combination of the local sales tax and grant funding. Revenue is also obtained from advertising (inside and outside the buses), fareboxes, ticket and monthly pass sales, and reimbursement from other jurisdictions for service provided. Annual operating revenues, exclusive of capital reserve transfers, were$7.5M for 2011, a 2.5% increase from 2010. Capital reserves were set aside in 2011; however, the cost to provide services will likely prevent any sort of deposits into the 10 %, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 Capital reserve accounts. Operating revenues are expected to decline by 2% from 2011. Expenses are anticipated to increase by 8.5% from 2011. Grant Funds Grant funding is an essential part of maintaining and extending services. Operating grants consist of the annual operating grant, operating grants for ADA paratransit services, congestion mitigation and air quality (typically demonstration projects), and other demonstration project grants. Any time that Yakima Transit obtains grant funding for service, the city of Selah is offered the opportunity to participate in the grant demonstration project. For the grant projects listed below, the city of Selah participated in the Extended Hours Grant, the Sunday Service Grant, and received a discount for 5307 Grant. Selah also receives Paratransit Special Needs Formula Funds and will also receive a portion of the Washington State Transit Formula Funds. Extended Hours Grant - In March 2010, Yakima Transit extended their hours of operation as a demonstration project through an FTA grant that was passed through WSDOT. The grant was extended in 2011 and ended June 30, 2012. The demonstration project had low ridership and may be cut in the future. From the inception of the program, ridership counts were around 4.5 riders per hour and ended around 7.5 riders per hour. Yakima Transit did not count ridership for the previous hour for comparison; however, Yakima Transit believes there was an increase in the prior hour too as a result of the hours expansion. It is hard to quantify that increase if there is one; however, providing multiple options increases the feasibility for potential riders. An expanded service should be continued in the future. The structure of that expansion should be reconsidered, especially considering some of the routes had substantially fewer riders than other routes. Sunday Service Grant - In April 2011, Yakima Transit provided fixed -route and paratransit services on Sundays. The first year was granted under a Congestion Mitigation Air Quality Grant. Those funds still need to be transferred from the Federal Highway Administration and drawn down. The second year started April 2012 and is funded through a 5316 Job Access & Reverse Commute grant that was passed through WSDOT. This service will likely continue even after the grant period has been completed. Annual Grant - Yakima Transit receives funds through the FTA's 5307 annual apportionment grant approximately$1.9M. This grant is a essential to continuing to provide transit services at their current level. These funds are obtained every year and relied on to maintain existing service. Paratransit Special Needs Formula Funds - Yakima Transit receives an apportionment from the Washington State Department of Transportation. It costs Yakima Transit roughly$2M every year to provide paratransit services in Yakima. The PTNF funds are roughly $160K every two years. The funds are relatively small in comparison to the cost to provide the service. Washington State Transit Formula Funds - Starting in 2012, Yakima Transit along with other transit agencies that receive sales tax for services provided will receive an annual apportionment from the State. In 2012, that amount is roughly$80K. Future funding from this program should equal approx. $300K every two years. Sales Taxes Sales Taxes make up the largest portion of funding that Yakima Transit uses to operate public transportation services. Transit's dedicated sales tax is three tenths of one percent (0.3 %). Each one 11 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 • tenth of one percent equates to approximately$1.5M in revenue per year. The sales tax for 2011 decreased by 1.2% from 2010. That amount is anticipated to be the same in 2012 and 2013. As previously mentioned, Yakima Transit anticipates seeking voter approval to increase the sales tax by one tenth of one percent in 2014 and again every three years until the max (0.6 %) is reached. Farebox Revenue Farebox revenue is a smaller part of providing the service. With limited funding options, Yakima Transit may have to rely on farebox revenue more to help cover higher expenses when funds from sales tax or grants do not keep up with higher expenses. Yakima Transit anticipates raising fares as follows: 2013 - Adult Fare$1.00, Youth Fare$0.75, ADA$0.50, and Paratransit$2.00 Adult Pass$25.00, Youth Pass$18.00, and ADA Pass$7.50 2017 - Adult Fare$1.25, Youth Fare$1.00, ADA$0.60, and Paratransit$2.50 Adult Pass$31.00, Youth Pass$23.00, and ADA Pass$9.00 2021 - Adult Fare$1.50, Youth Fare$1.00, ADA$0.75, and Paratransit$3.00 Adult Pass$39.00, Youth Pass$29.00, and ADA Pass$11.00 Selah Service The city of Selah is part of the Yakima Metropolitan area, and as a result, takes advantage of a discounted rate with the city of Yakima to allow them to participate in the annual apportionment that Yakima Transit receives from the FTA. Other than capital and management expenses, Selah contracts with Yakima Transit for all of their transit operations. Operating Expenditures Total operating expenses for 2011 were$7.32M, a 2.5% increase from 2010. Operating expenses, including fuel costs, have started to increased at a stronger pace than in the past. This increase could be a result of inflationary pressures. Yakima Transit anticipates a 5 % -12% increase in the majority of operating costs including salaries & benefits, insurance, and utility expenses. A second contingency plan (to the 2009 plan) has been prepared for a rational worst case scenario, based on recent declines, which would require us to cut services or staff. Fuel prices were volatile in 2011 fluctuating between$3 -$4 per gallon. However, gasoline prices are anticipated to increase and maintain a price above$4 per gallon through 2012. There is a direct relationship to gasoline prices and ridership. As fuel prices increase, ridership also increase. This is the when new transit riders typically start using the service. In a recent poll, only about 15% of transit riders have access to a vehicle for their personal use. The number of passenger that choose transit over driving alone increases with fuel prices. If the service is convenient enough, those riders will stay at least for a short period of time. Looking at the charts below, it appears that alternative means of transportation are being used. Expenses are anticipated to increase between 8.5% from 2011. The increase in expenses are a result of higher insurance rates, higher fuel prices, anticipated higher wages, and other inflationary factors. Yakima Transit is currently running a negative cash flow to maintain existing service levels. If new 12 - V.,, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 • funding sources are not obtained, service must be reduced. Possible service cuts may include cutting the extended hour service, cutting half -hour service on some routes, decreasing the service area (stopping at 72nd Avenue for Routes 1 & 8), Eliminating either Route 1 or 8. 24 Month Average Retail Price Chart Regular Gas Regular Gas Price (US $G) _.. Yakima Price (US $tG) 4.26 4.26 • 413 - -- - - - , -- - - . 413 4.00 ..' -- -- - - F -_' .- -..-_ - _ -...; _._. ._� __..._ .._ .__. _ � 4.00 3.88 - - _ -- . -- __ ' - _ -_. ._ _ ._._ .. ._ 3.88 3 .75 . - - •- '- --- - - - °- - . . _. -. - _. _ - 335 3.62 - - - 2 - - • -- - - - - - - - -- -- 3.62 - - - - - —.._. -- ' _ -- -_ - 3.49 3 36 _. - - ., ._ --. . - 3 36 3.23 . - - • _ _ ; .. ._. .- _.._ .. _.._. ....- - - - -- -� -- -- 3.23 310 - - - - '_ _. _ _. -.__ 310 2 2.97 - m w m nj w m cn m m -J m m ni w w> ( � , 0 o na g r3 c?i n'7 r7. _ (Z � m� cn cn o 2010 2011 2012 Date (Month/Day) Yakima Transit Fixed -Route Ridership 150,000 :..n.o r.: a,.a.. �'.y = ... -yr.. , :�:,,:•,,, , 1 - �f , 40 000 1 t ".3 t 10, - -, Sy,S � I 'J � -, .1 -•• - ,�,. x -{ i l L - ( �' i - D Y 9* t 1 �6 120,000 r ?,A;k _ �, ( rt t, - ' , "-: .. f - _ 5 ,000 4 • � ° 11 0000 y 3 , t 10 5,0 00 / 7 ¢ 100,000 s I 95,000 90,000 '.T _ 4,•, +,� .k - "`�d i'. "', , . .�, .,r' i,. x +t-.. ,. c' .: tp -,?.. ,�•� C.,. }� . *�, .a >. 45 � 9 1 S) 1 ct � y ti xy ti , d ' y 6►' a r�'y <yti �titi ? 1 m 44' 4 P s ct° CS 4' Capital Funds Yakima Transit sets sales tax revenue aside for capital projects. Typically, the funds set aside are that portion that is above what is budgeted for operations, adjusted based on actual expenditures throughout the year. If sales taxes revenue increases above what was originally anticipated throughout the year, those additional funds are typically transferred to the capital reserve account. If operating expenses are higher or marginal than operating revenue, it will affect Yakima Transit's ability to complete scheduled capital projects. Yakima Transit would like to set aside more than$400,000 annually in the capital reserve account for major capital projects like vehicle and facility expenses. With proposed capital facility improvements over the next six years, the amount set aside will -need to increase in order to complete the anticipated projects. Grant funding will be need for most of the capital projects listed in the Capital Improvement Program section. Yakima Transit wilt be funding the match portion through sales tax revenue. If the economy �� r ' 13 ^ ,�, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 v continues to be sluggish, it will delay the ability for Yakima Transit to continue forward with the planned capital improvement projects. Selah spent $40,781 in 2011 on capital items (mainly bus shelters). The funds that were used for these purchases were from Selah's dedicated transit sales tax. SECTION VI: SIGNIFICANT OPERATING CHANGES PLANNED, 2012 — 2017 Yakima Transit is more aware of possible revenue shortfalls because of the global economic conditions in recent years. Yakima Transit has had to modify its long term outlook and take specific actions to ensure the Agency's will be able to continue its high quality service while still being able to consider the system's future growth. Yakima Transit has experienced a decline in sales tax collections, the primary funding source, since 2008. Maintaining existing service levels has been a concern as it appears that economic recovery is slower than initially anticipated. There is also a concern that the recession may continue through 2014. Yakima Transit anticipates higher than normal ridership growth in the system between 2012 & 2017, especially as fuel prices remain high and job growth is slow. Operating activities focus on maintaining existing service levels and finding funding to expand services to neighboring bedroom communities, maintain existing service levels, and construct a new facility in the West Valley Area to accommodate new residential growth. Operating projects are also shown in Appendix E. The larger projects include expanding service to Naches, Moxee, Terrace Heights, and the Lower Yakima Valley, as well as maintaining service to Ellensburg. On September 1, 2012, Yakima Transit will be rerouting routes 3 & 4 to serve Stanton High School and Washington Fruit. The area previously covered by these routes are still being covered by route 7 & 9. The modification in the route is not substantial and will likely pick up the same passengers that rode along the previous route location. In 2012, Yakima Transit will be increasing the Vanpool Fare. The cost to use the van pool service is based on the actual cost to provide the service. Currently the recovery ratio is around 60% and Yakima Transit needs to increase the cost to closer to 100 %. The likely final cost will be somewhere around 90% of the total cost to provide the service. This is not a substantial change and the riders have been notified that an increase is coming. On July 16, 2012, Yakima Transit modified their transfer policy to only allow one connection once a transfer is obtained. There is no cost for the transfer. The time blocks that the transfers were previously in remains the same. This is not a substantial change. On January 1, 2013, Yakima Transit anticipates increasing fares as shown under Farebox Revenue on p.12 of this document. Yakima Transit is also anticipating an increase in the sales tax in 2014. Neither of these items have been approved by they Yakima City Council as they are only being planned at this point. The sales tax increase has to go to the voters for approval. Selah is not anticipating any major increases in capital expenses. Selah anticipates using funds for passenger shelters and sidewalk repair and construction over the next six years. For the next six years, Selah anticipates that they will spend approximately $40,000 (sidewalk and shelter improvements) in 2012, and about $20,000 for each of the following years. 14 4 3)-,, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 APPENDIX A: LIST OF ROLLING STOCK Yakima Transit - R olling Stock Inventory r �,_, v 0 0.1 go v M rA 3 - v O O o C N u 6i Ul N U C -� u m :C > CU u O Y ' O �� C E O u a c . � CD « H > Q c a, g 5 v .o ° • ° v Q o n v v o v f u m o v 7 Z O w w u & gc u u LL 1 2001 Toyota Prius JT2BK12U010019781 1384 33,314 ADM NA 50 7.5 $22,800 ©0 ®© 2 2004 Chevrolet Impala (Police} 2G1WF55KX49427576 1468 51,889 ADM NA 10 1.5 $35,000 ©0 8 En 3 1998 Dodge Caravan 1B4GT44L5WB717716 2200 100,810 ADM 14 0 0 $26,000 00 14 En 4 1999 GMC Safari 1GKEL19W3XB533716 2213 63,834 ADM 14 0 0 $26,000 00 ®© 5 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23W28D160455 2320 21,787 ADM 14 ® 8.25 $26,000 6 0 4 En 6 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23W98D160808 2321 46,045 ADM 14 55 8.25 $26,000 7 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23W58D161454 2322 44,982 ADM 14 55 8.25 $26,000 8 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W68D200155 2346 10,956 ADM 14 55 8.25 $26,000 9 1987 Chevy 1 -Ton R30 1GBHR34K7HJ172459 3066 71,940 ADM NA 20 3 $38,000 10 2005 ChevySilverado 1GBHK391125E227287 3189 19,510 ADM NA 40 6 $38,000 11 1991 Motor Coach Inc 1M8FDM7A3MPO43976 7100 484,868 CB 40 2 $500,000 50 D 21 12 1991 Motor Coach Inc .1M8FDM7A4MPO43999 7101 428,038 CB 40 2 $500,000 50 D 21 13 1991 Motor Coach Inc • 1TUDC1 7102 CB 30 2 $500,000 50 D 21 14 1991 Motor Coach Inc 1TUDCH6A,2GRO05634 7103 - CB 6 30 2 • $500,000 50 D ®© 15 2001 Ford E450 Super Duty 1FDXE45F71HA88046 3256 191,982 CB 11 10 0.8 $75,000 11 16 2001 . Ford E450 Super Duty 1FDXE45F91HA88047 3257 204,485 CB 11 10 0.8 $75,000 11 17 2001 Ford E450 Super Duty 1FDXE45F'71HB88048 3258 .193,934 CB 11 10 0.8 $75,000 11 18 • 2003 Ford E450 1FDXE45583HA90453 3295 199,938 CB ® 50 5 $75,000 ®0 9 El 19 2003 Ford E450 1FDXE45SX3HA90454 3296 198,936 CB ® 30 455 $400,000 000 II D 10 9 II 20 2002 Thomas SLF 230 5DF230DB02JA23213 7083 75,969 BUS 21 2002 Thomas SLF 230 5DF230DB02JA23227 7084 107,295 BUS 30 4.5 $400,000 • D 10 22 2002 Thomas SLF 230 5DF2300B22JA23214 7085 87,495 BUS 30 4.5 $400,000 D 10 23 2004 Gillig Low Floor 1500B291341073095 7094 325,787 BUS 60 9 $420,000 D _ 8 24 2004 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB291541073096 7095 313,235 BUS 60 9 $420,000 D 8 25 2004 Gillig Low Floor 15GG8291741073097 7096 312,074 BUS 60 9 $420,000 D 8 26 1992 Ontario Orion l 281169E77N6002995 7123 88,256 BUS © 40 6 $440,000 39 D 20 as 27 2007 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB291X61077051 - 7131 251,830 BUS © 70 10.5 $420,000 ® D ©© 28 2006 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB291861077050 29 2006 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB291161077052 7132 255,034 BUS ® ® B® 70 10.5 $420,000 D 30 2006 Gillig Low Floor 15GGD291061077053 7133 267,529 BUS MI 70 10.5 $420,000 D •31 2006 Gillig Low Floor 15GGD291261077054 7134 245,248 BUS 70 10.5 $420,000 ® D e® 32 2006 Gillig Low Floor _ 15GGD291461077055 7135 261,600 BUS © 70 10.5 $420,000 ® D 6 la 33 2008 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB271581078050 34 2008 Gillig Low Floor 15GGI32717810780511 7137 133,525 BUS III" 12.75 $420,000 ® D BB 35 2009 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB271791078052 7138 130,511 BUS © 95 14.25 $420,000 ® D ©Q 36 2009 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB271991078053 7139 132,058 BUS 95 14.25 $420,000 D 37 1991 Ontario Orion I 2B1169E7XM6002990 7144 19,834 BUS 40 6 $440,000 D ®® 38 1995 Gillig Transit 15008211851085766 7150 130,961 BUS 45 6.75 $440,000 D 39 1995 Gillig Transit 15GCA2114S1085752 7151 167,378 BUS 45 6.75 $440,000 D 40 1995 Gillig Transit 15GCA211XS1085755 7153 . 149,178 BUS 45 6.75 $440,000 D 41 1995 Gillig Transit 15GCA211351085757 7154 273,758 BUS 45 6.75 $440,000 D 42 1995 Gillig Transit 15GCA2113S1085760 7155 70,058 BUS 45 6.75 $440,000 D 43 2010 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB2718A1178505 7160 .63,364 BUS 100 15 $440,000 D 44 2010 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB271XA1178506 7161 66,096 BUS 100 15 $440,000 0 45 2010 . Gillig Low Floor 15GGB2711A1178507 7162 61,939 BUS ® 100 15 $440,000 ® D ®® 46 2010 Gillig Low Floor 15GGB2713A1178508 7163 59,025 BUS © 100 15 $440,000 ® D ©p 47 2010 • Gillig Low Floor 15GGB2715A1178509 7164 61,175 BUS 3 100 15 $440,000 37 D 2 Y 48 2006 Ford Taurus 1FAFP53U56A136294 1602 137,791 DR NA 60 ' 9 $28,000 5 G 6 N 49 2006 Ford Taurus 1FAFP53U66A105846 • 1603 122,158 DR NA 60 9 $28,000 5 G 6 N 50 2006 Ford Taurus 1FAFP53U96A211563 1606 122,282 DR NA 60 9 $28,000 5 G 6 N 15 1 371 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 • • 51 2007 Ford Taurus 1FAFP53U67A143756 1625 102,412 DR NA 75 11.25 $28,000 5 G 5 N 52 2004 Chevy Venture 1GBDX23E24D266879 2284 35,773 DR • 14 45 6.75 $28,000 4 G 8 Y 53 2005 Chevy Venture 1GBDV13E45D150651 2288 66,987 DR 14 55 8.25 $28,000 4 G 7 Y 54 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W48D161047 2330 81,818 DR 14 85 12.75 528,000 6 G 5 Y 55 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W08D162437 2331 78,050 , DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 56 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W48D160349 2332 74,824 DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 57 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W58D161039 2333 69,629 DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 58 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W48D161503 2334 82,150 DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 59 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W38D161685 2335 70,421 DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 60 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GBDV13W98D162243 2336 75,839 DR 14 85 12.75 $28,000 6 G 5 Y 61 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 2D4RN4DE9AR405516 2356 31,919 DR 14 100 15 $28,000 7 G 2 N 62 2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 2D4RN4DE0AR405517 2357 24,961 DR 14 100 15 $28,000 7 G 2 N 63 1999 Ford E450 1FDXE40S2XHC25987 3218 212,735 DR 11 25 3.75 $78,000 14 G 13 Y 64 1999 Ford E450 1FDXE4054XHC34836 3222 232,470 DR 11 25 3.75 $78,000 14 G 13 Y 65 1999 Ford E450 . . 1FDXE40S7XHC34846 3223 234,129 DR 11 25 3.75 $78,000 14 G 13 Y 66 1999 Ford E450 1FDXE40S6XHC34837 3233 202,748 DR 11 25 3.75 $78,000 14 G 13 Y 67 1999 Ford E450 1FDXE40SXXHC34839 3234 222,859 DR 11 25 3.75 $78,000 14 G 13 Y 68 1995 Ford E450 1FDXE4056XH034840 3235 198,672 DR 11 10 1.5 $78,000 14 G 17 Y 69 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45572HA36057 3236 183,743 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 70 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45572HA36060 3237 198,964 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 71 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45592HA36061 3238 218,138 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 72 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45S02HA36062 3239 220,993 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 73 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45522HA36063 3240 208,658 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 74 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45502HA38149 3241 241,084 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 75 2002 Ford E450 1FDXE45S02HA38152 3242 • 224,964 DR 11 45 6.75 $78,000 14 G 10 Y 76 2010 Ford E450 1FDFE45589DA90674 3276 48,816 DR 11 100 15 $78,000 15 G 2 Y 77 2010 Ford E450 1FDFE45549DA84886 3277 51,027 DR 11 100 15 $78,000 15 G 2 Y 78 2010 Ford E450 1FDFE45569DA90673 3278 57,597 DR 11 100 15 $78,000 15 G 2 Y 79 2010 Ford E450 Super Duty 1FDFE4FSXADA78979 3284 27,291 DR 11 100 15 $78,000 13 G 2 Y 80 2010 Ford E450 Super Duty 1FbFE4FS6ADA78980 3285 24,635 DR 11 100 15 $78,000 13 G 2 Y 81 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23W48D181503 2323 23,944 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 82 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23W08D182857 2324 73,289 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 83 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23WX8D182929 2325 81,734 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 84 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23178D210383 2339 39,246 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 85 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23148D211488 2340 9,040 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 86 2008 Chevy Uplander 1GNDV23168D211377 2341 36,899 VAN 13 85 6.8 $28,000 6 G 4 N 87 2002 . Chevy Express 1GAHG39RX21238994 3152 126,470 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 10 N 88 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F93HB48049 3169 224,026 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 89 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F53H848050 3170 186,924 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 90 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F73HB48051 3171 228,798 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 91 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F93HB48052 3172 243,742 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 92 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F03HB48053 3173 215,132 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 93 2003 Ford Econoline 1FBSS31F23HB48054 3174 225,163 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 D 9 N 94 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39UX51216843 3193 76,097 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 95 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U451216868 3194 108,189 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 96 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U951217398 3195 150,315 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 97 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U151218870 3196 115,151 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 98 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U551216331 3197 115,581 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 99 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U051217709 3198 119,716 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 100 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U051218634 3199 95,659 VAN 13 60 .4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 101 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U551219052 3200 98,259 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 102 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U451219057 3201 96,102 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 103 2005 Chevy Express 1GAHG39U451219060 3202 86,613 VAN 13 60 4.8 $34,000 15 G 7 N 104 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K681193483 3248 70,259 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 105 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39KX81193597 3249 59,126 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 106 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K4811936754 3250 84,377 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 107 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K681194228 3251 88,792 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 108 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K581194429 3252 87,982 VAN 13 85. 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 109 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K381194767 3253 74,512 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 16 : ~ i : % Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 ■ 110 2008 Chevy Express 1GAHG39K381195353 3254 51,787 VAN 13 85 6.8 $34,000 15 G 4 N 111 2009 Chevy Express 1GAHG35K691169725 3267 27,003 VAN 13 95 7.6 $34,000 15 G 3 N 112 2009 Chevy Express 1GAHG35K691169840 3268 13,556 VAN 13 95 7.6 $34,000 15 G 3 N 113 2009 Chevy Express • 1GAHG35K791172245 3270 21,580 VAN 13 95 7.6 $34,000 15 G 3 N 114 2009 Chevy Express 1GAHG35K991172926 3271 23,360 VAN 13 95 7.6 $34,000 15 G 3 N APPENDIX B: LIST OF FACILITIES WSDOT Public Transportation Management System Facilities Inventory Facility Code Facility Narne -Age (years) Remaining Useful Life (yrs) Replacement Cost ($) 1.06 Downtown Transit Center , 17.5 6.5 $900,000 2. 10 Kary Annex 17 21 $1,350,000 3. 11 Public Works 34 20 $5,400,000 4. 21 Public Works 17.5 6.5 • $450,000 APPENDIX C: LIST OF OTHER EQUIPMENT WSDOT Public Transportation Management System.Equipment Inventory Item QTY Item QTY Bus Stop Signs 720 Garbage Cans 60 Bus Benches 223- Bus Shelters 36 Replacement costs are estimates only. APPENDIX D: PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE THURSDAY, July 19, 2012 - Yakima Transit and Selah Transit are submitting to the Washington State Department of Transportation their 2012 -2017 Six -Year Transit Development Plan and 2011 Annual Report. These documents address state and local long and short-range .priorities, capital improvements, planned significant operating changes, program funding sources and the summary of our 2011 operations. A public hearing on the submittal will be held WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8, 2012, at Spm at Public Works, 2301 Fruitvale Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902. A draft document is available for public review during normal office hours at the Yakima Transit office located at 2301 Fruitvale Blvd., Yakima, WA 98902 or online at www.yakimatransit.org. 17 , ," i Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 APPENDIX E: OPERATING FINANCIAL DATA - 2011 -2017 2011 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $862,363 $1,276,135 $2,138,498 Revenues Sales Tax $4,199,318 $250,000 $4,449,318 Farebox $493,241 $493,241 Paratransit Equipment /Lease $0 $0 Paratransit Fares $175,950 $175,950 Vanpool Revenue $258,569 $0 $258,569 Selah $238,807 $238,807 Federal Operating Grants $1,882,044 $1,882,044 CMAQ (Sunday Service) $127,155 $127,155 WSDOT Grant $261,622 $261,622 Other $42,620 $0 $42,620 Contribution to Accounts $25,000 $25,000 Total Available $8,541,689 $1,551,135 $10,092,824 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $5,660,622 $5,660,622 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $196,000 $196,000 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,334,242 $1,334,242 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand $0 Vanpool P &M $312,516 $312,516 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $1,058,884 $1,058,884 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $8,562,264 $8,562,264 Add Back Depreciation 51,058,884 $1,058,884 Net Cash Available $1,038,309 $1,551,135 $2,589,444 Capital Revenue Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses $0 Total Capital Revenue $1,551,135 $1,551,135 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $56,353 $56,353 Other Equipment $0 $0 Facilities 5408,159 $408,159 Transit Center $39,970 $39,970 Shelters /benches /signs $22,546 $22,546 Support Vehicles $0 $0 Vanpool Vans $0 $0 Transit Buses $10,000 $10,000 Paratransit Vehicles $0 Total Capital Obligations $537,028 $537,028 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $1,038,309 $1,014,107 $2,052,416 2012 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $1,038,309 $1,014,107 $2,052,416 Revenues Sales Tax $4,450,000 $0 $4,450,000 Farebox $491,000 $0 $491,000 Paratransit Equipment /Lease • $25,000 $25,000 Paratransit Fares $179,469 $0 $179,469 Vanpool Revenue $250,000 $20;000 $270,000 , Selah $260,000 $0 $260,000 Federal Operating Grants $1,897,886 $0 $1,897,886 WSDOT Grant Pass Shelters - $0 $0 WSDOT Vanpool Vans $225,000 $225,000 WSDOT Grants $81,472 - WSDOT Formula Funds $81,000 Other $55,500 $25,000 $80,500 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Available $8,784,636 $1,309,107 $10,093,743 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $5,964,453_ _ $5,964,453 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $166,000 $166,000 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,354,969 $1,354,969 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand $0 Vanpool P &M $312,000 $312,000 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $1,060,000 51,060,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $8,857,422 $8,857,422 Add Back Depreciation $1,060,000 $1,060;000 Net Cash Available $987,214 $1,309,107 $2,296,321 Capital Revenue WSDOT Grant - Capital $0 $0 Total Capital Revenue $1,309,107 $1,309,107 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $70,000 $70,000 Other Equipment $80,000 $80,000 Facilities $10,000 $10,000 Transit Center $55,000 Shelters /benches /signs $150,000 $150,000 Support Vehicles - $0 Vanpool Vans $300,000 $300,000 Transit Buses $0 Paratransit Vehicles $100,000 Total Capital Obligations $765,000 $765,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $987,214 $544,107 $1,531,321 2 `, Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 2013 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $987,214 $544,107 $1,531,321 Revenues Sales Tax $4,050,000 $500,000 $4,550,000 Farebox $505,730 $505,730 Paratransit Equipment /Lease $0 Paratransit Fares $183,058 $183,058 Vanpool Revenue $257,500 $257,500 Selah $267,800 - Federal Operating Grants $2,100,000 $2,100,000 WSDOT Grant WSDOT Formula Funds $150,000 WSDOT PTSN Funds $80,000 Other $56,610 $25,500 $82,110 Contribution to Accounts $0 $0 Total Available $8,637,913 $1,069,607 $9,707,519 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $6,143,387 $6,143,387 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $0 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,395;618 $1,395,618 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand $o Vanpool P &M 5321,360 5321,360 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation 51,070,000 51,070,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $8,930,365 $8,930,365 Add Back Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Net Cash Available $777,548 51,069,607 $1,847,155 Capital Revenue Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses $0 Total Capital Revenue $1,069,607 $1,069,607 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $60,000 $60,000 Other Equipment $25,000 $25,000 Facilities $200,000 $200,000 Transit Center 5100,000 $100,000 Shelters /benches /signs $35,000 $35,000 Support Vehicles $0 $0 Vanpool Vans $0 Transit Buses $0 $o Paratransit Vehicles $0 $0 Total Capital Obligations $420,000 $420,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $777,548 $649,607 $1,427,155 • w. 3 r) ` Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 2014 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $777,548 $649,607 $1,427,155 - Revenues Sales Tax $3,950,000 $700,000 $4,650,000 Farebox $520,902 _ $520,902 Paratransit Equipment /Lease $0 Paratransit Fares $188,550 $188,550 Vanpool Revenue .., . $265,225 , .- - $265,225 Selah $275,834 $275,834 Federal Operating Grants $2,200,000_ $2,200,000 WSDOT Grant WSDOT Formula Funds $150,000 WSDOT PTSN funds $80,000 Other $57,742 $26,010 $83,752 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Available $8,465,801 $1,375,617 $9,841,418 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $6,266,254 $6,266,254 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $100,000 - $100,000 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,423,530 $1,423,530 Paratransit ADA.SysExpand $0 Vanpool P &M $327,787 $327,787 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $9,187,572 $9,187,572 Add Back Depreciation $1,070,000 _ $1,070,000_ Net Cash Available $348,229 $1,375,617 $1,723,846 Capital Revenue • Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses • $0 Total Capital Revenue 51,375,617 $1,375,617 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $60,000 $60,000 Other Equipment $0 .. $0 Facilities $200,000 $200,000 Transit Center $0 Shelters /benches /signs $20,000 $20,000 Support Vehicles $70,000 $70,000 Vanpool Vans $0 Transit Buses $800,000 Paratransit Vehicles $100,000 Total Capital Obligations $1,250,000 $1,250,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $348,229 $125,617 $473,846 4 t O t Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 2015 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $348,229 $6.49,607' . ' $997,836 Revenues Sales Tax $4,200,000 $550,000 $4,750,000 Farebox $536,529 $536,529 Paratransit Equipment /Lease $0 Paratransit Fares $194,207 $194,207 Vanpool Revenue $273,182 $273,182 Selah $284,109 $284,109 .. Federal Operating Grants $2;300,000 $2,300,000 WSDOT Grant WSDOT Formula Funds $150,000 WSDOT PTSN Funds $80,000 Other , $59,474 $26,530 $86,005 Contribution to Accounts $0 .. Total Available $8,425,730 $1,226,137 $9,651,867 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $6,391,579 $6,391,579 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $0 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,452,001 - $1,452,001 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand $0 Vanpool P &M $334,343 $334,343 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $9,247,923 $9,247,923 Add Back Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Net Cash Available $247,807 51,226,137 $1,473,943 Capital . Revenue _ Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses $0 Total Capital Revenue $1,226,137 $1,226,137 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $60,000 $60,000 Other Equipment $0 $0 Facilities $200,000 $200,000 Transit Center $0 Shelters /benches /signs $20,000 $20,000 Support Vehicles $70,000 $70,000 Vanpool Vans $0 Transit Buses $0 Paratransit Vehicles $0 Total Capital Obligations $350,000 $350,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $247,807 $876,137 $1,123,943 5 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 2016 - Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance - 5247,807 $649,607 $897,413 Revenues Sales Tax $4,326,000 $561,000 $4,887,000 Farebox $520,902 $520,902 Paratransit Equipment /Lease $0 Paratransit Fares - $188,550 $188,550 Vanpool Revenue $265,225 $265,225 Selah $275,834 $275,834 Federal Operating Grants $2,350,000 _ $2,350,000 WSDOT Grant $p WSDOT Formula Funds $150,000 $150,000 WSDOT PTSN.funds $80,000 - Other $58,308 $27,061 $85,369 __- Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Available - $8,462,626 51,237,667 $9,700,293 Operating Expenses - Fixed -Route P &M $6,519,411 $6,519,411 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $100,000 $100,000 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,481,041 $1,481,041 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand _ $0 Vanpool P &M $341,030 $341,030 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses 59,511,482 59,511,482 Add Back Depreciation $1,070,000 $1,070,000 Net Cash Available $21,144 $1,237,667 $1,258,812 Capital Revenue Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses $0 Total Capital Revenue $1,237,667 $1,237,667 Expenditures Maintenance /Service $60,000 $60,000 Other Equipment $0 $0 Facilities $200,000 $200,000 Transit Center $o Shelters /benches /signs $20,000 $20,000 Support Vehicles $70,000 $70,000 Vanpool Vans $0 Transit Buses $800,000 Paratransit Vehicles $80,000 Total Capital Obligations $1,230,000 $1,230,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 - 521,144 $7,667 $28,812 6 , ' j , ) Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 •yr 2017 Working Capital Capital Fund Total Beginning Balance $247,807 $649,607 $897,413 Revenues Sales Tax $4,484,000 $400,000 $4,884,000 Farebox $515,845 $515,845 Paratransit Equipment /Lease Paratransit Fares $186,720 Vanpool Revenue $262,650 $262,650 Selah $273,156 Federal Operating Grants $2,475,000 $2,475,000 WSDOT Grant $0 WSDOT Formula Funds $150,000 $150,000 WSDOT PTSN funds $80,000 Other $57,742 $27,061 $84,803 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Available $8,732,919 $1,076,667 $9,809,586 Operating Expenses Fixed -Route P &M $6,519,411 $6,519,411 Fixed -Route Sys Expansion $0 Paratransit ADA P &M $1,481,041 $1,481,041 Paratransit ADA Sys Expand $0 Vanpool P &M $341,030 $341,030 Vanpool Sys Expansion $0 Annual Depreciation $800,000 $800,000 Contribution to Accounts $0 Total Expenses $9,141,482 59,141,482 Add Back Depreciation $800,000 $800,000 Net Cash Available $391,437 $1,076,667 $1,468,105 Capital Revenue Fed Sec. 5307 Grant /Buses $o Total Capital Revenue $1,076,667 $1,076,667 Expenditures Maintenance /Service 560,000 $60,000 Other Equipment $0 $0 Facilities $200,000 $200,000 Transit Center $0 Shelters /benches /signs $25,000 $25,000 Support Vehicles $70,000, 570,000 Vanpool Vans $0 Transit Buses $0 Paratransit Vehicles $0 Total Capital Obligations $355,000 $355,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $391,437 $721,667 $1,113,105 7 Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 Selah Operating Data 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 Beginning Balance $357,530 $369,795 $387,897 $427,897 $462,897 $512,897 $557,897 Operating Revenues Sales Tax $303,881 5300,000. $305,000 $310,000 $315,000 $320,000 5325,000 Fares $0 $0 $0 .$0 , _ $0 50 $0 WSDOT PTSN Funds $6,031 $0 $6,000 $0 $6,000 - $0 $6,000 WSDOT Formula Funds $0 $4,121 $12,000 $0 $12,000' _$0 $12,000 Transit Investment Interest $823 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Transit Sales Tax Interest $199 Total Operating Revenues $310,934 $304,121 '5323,000 $310,000 $333,000 $320,000 $343,000 Operating Expenses Yakima Transit Fixed Route $200,521 $200,000 $200,000 5200,000 $200,000 $200,000 $200,000 Yakima Transit Dial A Ride $57,287 $55,000 $55,000 $55,000 $55,000. $55,000 $55,000 Misc. Operating Expenses $80 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 50 Total Operating Expenses $257,888 $255,000 $255,000 $255,000 $255,000 $255,000 $255,000 Capital Revenues Sales Tax $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Grants = . $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 ,$0 Other Capital Revenue $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Capital Revenues $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Capital Expenses Transit Shelters $40,781 $19 $8,000 50 $8,000 $0 $8,000 Sidewalk Construction /Replacement $0 $31,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 $20,000 Other Capital Improvements $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 $0 Total Capital Expenses $40,781 $31,019 $28,000 $20,000 $28,000 $20,000 $28,000 Ending Cash Balance 12/31 $369,795 $387,897 $427,897 $462,897 $512,897 $557,897 $617,897 8 ,9 : " ."., Transit Development Plan 2012 - 2017 APPENDIX F: SIX -YEAR TRANSIT IMPROVEMENT PLAN - PROJECT LIST Length Project Costs in Thousands,of D ollars 0 H Fund Source Information Expense Federally 7 5.1 m o. o o Schedule Funded Z v v g c0 f, T o... U w w c ' Phase Projects Snly 'a 2 .� D. C • 9 i d b A V O C , V r ' If. Project Identification E w ' a ° , E a — Q w a H ` W x I Annual FTA Operating Assistance 0 y Annual Apportionment All Ann 2012 5307 1,900 1,900 3,800 3,800 CE No Transit Operating Expenditures Various Fixed Routes - FY 2012 Routes 2 Sunday Bus Service - Expand existing bus service to operate every two 0 Y Funded by a CMAQ grant for the first year All lyr 4/1/11 CMA 196 196 392 196 196 CE No hours four times per route on Sundays. and a JARC grant the second year. Routes 5316 3 Extended Hours Bus Service - Extend bus service (evenings) 0 y Funded by a JARC grant through June Si z 2yr 3/1/11 5316 200 48 248 248 , CE No 2012. routes 4 Ac of new Dial -A -Ride Paratransit vehicles C N Vehicles will be purchased off of the State 1 yr 9/1/11 5309 240 60 300 300 CE No Purchase new vehicles to replace older, less reliable units contract 5 Transit Accessories - Opticom Transit Signal Priority Street light C N Not Funded yet. Bids have not been 6 mo 9/1/12 5309 86.4 21.6 108 108 CE No priority device - Bus completed 6 Westside Transit Center (Property Ac - C N Preliminary stage for offer 6mo 1 5/1/13 5309 800 200 1,000 1,000 NEPA No' Locate and acquire property for a West Valley Transit Center 7 Annual FTA Operating Assistance O Y Annual Apportionment All Ann 2013 5307 2,000 2,000 4,000 4,000 CE No ' Transit Operating Expenditures Various Fixed Routes - FY 2013 Routes 8 Transit Acc. Upgrades - passenger MDTs/counters/fareboxes for entire c N Not Funded yet. Bids have not been 6 mo 6/1/13 5309 400 100 500 500 CE No fleet. completed 9 Ac of five new Transit Buses C N In the planning process lyr 6/1/13 5309 1,600 400 2,000 2,000 CE No Purchase new vehicles to replace older, Tess reliable units 10 Transit Software - Route Matching Software C N 6/1/2013 5309 80 20 100 100 _ CE No _ 11 Street Asset Amenities - thirty (30) new bus shelters (w/ C N Bids have not been completed 2 yr 7/1/13 5309 192 48 240 240 CE No benches /signage) throughout the fixed route system 12 Renew Ellensbur Yakima Commuter O N JARC and Regional Mobility Grant in 74mi 2yr 9/1/13 5316 264 264 528 528 CE No Expand route service to the City of Ellensburg partnership with HopeSource Ellensburg 13 Security Cameras - Transit Admin Building/Downtown TC C N In the planning process 6 mo 9/1/13 H.L. Sec 50 50 50 CE No 14 Naches Commuter 0 N In the planning process 35mi 2 yr 9/1/13 5316 130 130 260 CE No Expand route service to the City of Naches 15 Moxee Commuter O N In the planning process 16 7mi 2 yr 9/1/13 5316 130 , 130 260 CE No Expand route service to the City of Moxee service 16 Terrace Heights Service - Fixed-route bus sece extension into 0 N In the planning process 4mi 2 yr 9/1/14 5316 190 190 380 CE No Terrace Heights (Yakima County - UGA). Selah- Military Training Center Commuter Bus In the planning process, at the Firing Center 12mo 19.6 4.9 24.5 24.5 17 Expand route service to the military training center near Selah 0 N and City of Selah's request. 73mi 18mo 9/1/14 5316 29 2 7 3 36.5 36.5 CE No 1 8 • West Valley Transit Center (WVTC) - C N Reviews and studies for this project will lyr 2 9/1/14 5309 1,600 400 2,000 2,000 Yes' Construct the WVTC Park and Park & Ride start after property is acquired Facility - Operations Building C N lyr 3 3/1/15 4,000 1,000 5,000 5,000 NEPA No Facility - Maintenance Shop and Garage _, C N In the planning process lyr 4 3/1/17 5309 6,400 1,600 8,000 8,000 No 19 Eastside Park & Ride C N In the planning process 6mo 3/1/17 5309 1,600 400 2,000 2,000 NEPA No Construct a Park & Ride lot near SR 24 and 1 -82 , 20 Lower Valley Commuter- Grandview to Yakima 0 N In the planning process 2yr 9/1/17 5316 130 130 260 - _ CE No APPENDIX G: FIXED ROUTE MAP - YAKIMA SERVICE AREA ',, Rd • ': •• ,,,,„„.„, 1 ifo . = , • ..`,60•1' ' (,,,C6 it' N4,1,11811,164 t gr- , a .. rr Ir. an • ... ,. . 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