Urbanized Area

Supply

Number of Demand Response Vehiclesg

Number of School Busesh

Atlanta

157

382 (city)/820 (Fulton Co.)

Baltimore

230

915

Boston

407

611

Chicago

2,274

1,760

Cincinnati

43

N.A.

Cleveland

169

N.A.

Columbus

47

668

Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington

436

1,450 (Dallas)/443 (FW)

Denver–Aurora

456

478 (Denver)/N.A.

Detroit

162

697

Houston

763

1,011

Indianapolis

76

512

Kansas City

123

442

Las Vegas

172

1,279

Los Angeles–Long Beach–Santa Ana

1,178

2,500 (LA)/439 (LA Co.)

Miami

941

1,886

Milwaukee

242

1,200

Minneapolis–St. Paul

400 (Minn.)/423 (St. Paul)

423

New Orleans

111

N.A.

New York–Newark

1,727

7,307 (NYC)

Orlando

183

1,271

Philadelphia

525

1,473

Phoenix–Mesa

456

N.A./413 (Mesa)

Pittsburgh

420

N.A.

Portland

276

305

Providence

120

N.A.

Riverside–San Bernardino

173

N.A.

Sacramento

98

N.A.

St. Louis

243

N.A.

San Antonio

181

400

San Diego

560

601

San Francisco–Oakland

1,806

N.A.

San Jose

192

N.A.

Seattle

1,829

465

Tampa–St. Petersburg

142

1,400 (Hillsborough Co.)/839 (Pinellas Co.)

Virginia Beach

112

760

Washington

398

N.A.

San Juan

38

N.A.

Note: N.A. data not available.

aSource: 2000 Census of Population and Housing as summarized in the Federal Transit Agency’s 2005 National Transit Database.

bSource: 2005 National Transit Database, profiles over and under 200,000 in population.

cSource: 2000 Census of Population and Housing (SF3-Table H44).

dSource: American Community Survey 2005.

eSource: 2000 Census of Population and Housing (SF3-Table P88).

fSource: 2000 Census of Population and Housing (SF3-Table H46).

gIncludes all UA transit properties with 100 vehicles operated in maximum service. Source: 2005 National Transit Database, Appendix D. Data for New orleans are for 2004.



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