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Chapter: Appendix A - Ratio of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients and Subrecipients That Serve Multi-State Areas

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Ratio of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients and Subrecipients That Serve Multi-State Areas." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Best Practices in Rural Regional Mobility. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24944.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A - Ratio of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients and Subrecipients That Serve Multi-State Areas." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Best Practices in Rural Regional Mobility. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24944.
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136 A p p e n d i x A Table A-1 contains information about Intercity 5311 subrecipients and subrecipients that serve multi-state areas. This material is from the Rural National Transit Database. Ratio of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients and Subrecipients That Serve Multi-State Areas State Total Number of 5311 Subrecipients Number of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients Ratio of Subrecipients That are Intercity Number of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-County Service Area Ratio of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-County Service Area Number of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-State Service Area Ratio of Subrecipients That Serve Multi- State Areas AK 30 1 3% 6 20% 0 0% AL 32 2 6% 4 13% 1 3% AR 9 0 0% 7 78% 0 0% AZ 32 0 0% 6 19% 0 0% CA 94 0 0% 16 17% 0 0% CO 30 0 0% 9 30% 1 3% CT 5 0 0% 3 60% 0 0% DC 1 1 100% 0 0% 0 0% DE 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% FL 44 1 2% 7 16% 0 0% GA 84 1 1% 4 5% 1 1% GU 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% HI 3 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% IA 27 2 7% 17 63% 0 0% ID 18 1 6% 9 50% 0 0% IL 42 0 0% 11 26% 0 0% IN 44 0 0% 10 23% 0 0% KS 89 2 2% 8 9% 1 1% KY 25 1 4% 17 68% 0 0% LA 32 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% MA 13 2 15% 3 23% 0 0% MD 18 1 6% 2 11% 0 0% ME 19 2 11% 10 53% 0 0% MI 73 3 4% 5 7% 2 3% MN 69 9 13% 22 32% 2 3% MO 25 0 0% 2 8% 0 0% MP 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% MS 22 2 9% 14 64% 1 5% MT 43 0 0% 12 28% 0 0% Table A-1. Ratio of intercity 5311 subrecipients and subrecipients that serve multi-state areas.

Appendix A 137 Table A-1. (Continued). State Total Number of 5311 Subrecipients Number of Intercity 5311 Subrecipients Ratio of Subrecipients That are Intercity Number of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-County Service Area Ratio of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-County Service Area Number of 5311 Subrecipients That Report a Multi-State Service Area Ratio of Subrecipients That Serve Multi- State Areas NC 79 1 1% 6 8% 0 0% ND 34 0 0% 9 26% 0 0% NE 66 2 3% 10 15% 0 0% NH 7 1 14% 4 57% 0 0% NJ 18 3 17% 4 22% 0 0% NM 33 1 3% 3 9% 1 3% NV 17 0 0% 3 18% 0 0% NY 65 5 8% 6 9% 0 0% OH 37 1 3% 6 16% 0 0% OK 36 0 0% 20 56% 0 0% OR 50 7 14% 20 40% 2 4% PA 28 7 25% 10 36% 0 0% PR 5 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% RI 1 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% SC 21 1 5% 2 10% 0 0% SD 26 0 0% 5 19% 0 0% TN 12 0 0% 7 58% 0 0% TX 55 16 29% 26 47% 10 18% UT 6 0 0% 2 33% 0 0% VA 26 0 0% 12 46% 0 0% VT 11 0 0% 8 73% 1 9% WA 56 5 9% 15 27% 1 2% WI 59 1 2% 3 5% 1 2% WV 12 0 0% 6 50% 0 0% WY 19 2 11% 3 16% 0 0% Source: Rural National Transit Database, Report 2013, Subrecipient Contact Information Table. Total Number of 5311 Subrecipients - Taken from the Sub Form column in the 2013 Subrecipient Contact Info (.xlsx) table in the 2013 - Rural NTD Data Intercity Bus Provider - Under §5311(f) funding, the FTA requires States to set aside 15 percent of §5311 apportionment for intercity bus providers, unless the State’s Governor certifies that intercity bus needs of that state are already being met. In most cases, a state DOT will report on behalf of the intercity bus provider. Intercity Bus (IB) (Rural Module) - Regularly scheduled public service using an over-the-road bus that operates with limited stops between two urbanized areas or that connects rural areas to an urbanized area. Intercity bus mode should only be used by private, intercity bus providers. Can be found in: RU Introduction, RU-20 FTA Other Than Urbanized Area Formula Program (Section 5311) - Financial assistance from Section 5311 of the Federal Transit Act. This program provides formula funding to states and indian tribes for the purpose of supporting public transportation in areas with a population of less than 50,000. Funding may be used for capital, operating, state administration, and project administration expenses. Under Section 5311, SAFETEA-LU also includes provisions for growing states and high density states factors. Can be found in: Introduction, F-10, S&S Introduction, RU Introduction, RU-20

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