Transit Agency Status FY 2011-12

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Transit Agency Status FY 2011-12

Current Financial PositionCurrent OperationsService Statistics/TrendsFunding Statistics/TrendsOther Information/AssumptionsCapital Status ReviewStatewide Cost Saving Ideas

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Current Financial PositionReserves/Retained Earnings

N/A Clarion County Transit does not retain any reserves or balances. Operations are outsourced.SourceBalance

Lottery

None

MATP

NoneMH/MRNoneArea Agency on AgingNoneOther State $NoneOther Local $None

2

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Current Financial Position

Level of Short-Term Debt/Loans—Identify each line of credit (excludes long-term bond financing)Name of Financial InstitutionAmount of Available CreditInterest Rate

Current

Credit in Use

N/A

, there are no credit facilities in place.3

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Current Financial PositionAccounts Payable – Past due 90 days and over

Accounts Receivable – Past due 90 days and overVendorAmount Past Due

Estimated Pay Date

none

Program/Agency

Amount Past DueDate RequisitionedEstimated Pay Datenone4

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Current OperationsStaffing Level

Contract ProvisionsHealthcarePensionFuelFaresOther major factors producing cost increases above inflationCost Savings Initiatives5

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Staffing Level/Org Chart

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Labor Provisions

Term of current union contract ________ to __________DriversCurrent2012-13Starting wage

8.50

8.5

Top

wage14.0914.09Average wage9.809.95Contract wage increasen/an/aJob ClassificationNumber- Full TimeNumber-Part TimeDrivers10

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Mechanics

Dispatchers/ Reservations

2

Clerical

1

Manager

1

Billing Specialist

1

7

Non-union contract

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Important Labor ProvisionsUse of part-time employees – 7 PT drivers

Number/percent of “split shift” drivers – not neededOvertime – less than 1%Outsourcing – outsource some MATP trips to taxis8

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Healthcare

We anticipate savings from planned biometric screenings for wellness.We also have available an alternative lower cost plan for employees.

Union

Non-Union

Basic Coverage – Monthly Cost

CurrentEmployee $430Family $1,334FY 2012-13Plus 5%Employee Contributions – Monthly CostCurrentEmployee $83Family $388FY 2012-13Plus 5%

Co-Payment

Current

$35 for office visit

FY 2012-13

$35

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Pension

Employees are eligible for a 401k plan with a 25% match on contributions up to 5% of their salary.

Union

Non-Union

Employee Contributions

CurrentUp to 15%FY 2012-13Up to 15%Minimum Age to Qualify for RetirementCurrent59.5FY 2012-1359.5

Minimum Number of Years to Qualify for Retirement

Current

N/A

FY 2012-13

N/A

Minimum Number of Years to be

Vested

Current

1

to 5 years

FY 2012-13

1 to 5 years

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PensionDescribe any proposed changes and the estimated financial impacts.

NoneProvide a status of the degree to which the pension funding is funded. If not fully funded please provide your strategy to fully fund pension.The 401k plan is a defined contribution plan, and is fully funded.11

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FuelCurrent Cost per Gallon

Contract rate or market rate? $3.30 per gallon is the most recent 30 day averageTerms of contract (if applicable) – n/a. All fuel is purchased at current market rates.Projected Cost per Gallon and Basis for ProjectionContract rate or market rate? $3.40 based on 3% inflation factorTerms of contract (if applicable) – n/a12

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Shared Ride Fares

Date of Last Fare Increase 4-1-11Current Average fare - $34.33 per tripPlanned ChangesDate of planned decrease– 4-1-12Estimated average fare – $33.64

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Other Major Factors Producing Cost Increases Beyond Inflation

FactorsCurrent AmountProjected Future Amount

Explanation

Example: Subcontracts

Example: Employee

Retention(Add others or change as appropriate)No such factors 14

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Cost Savings Initiatives

InitiativePlanned Action and Implementation DateProjected Savings

Shift riders to PWD

Outreach

to promote PWD – Q3 2011 23 trips; Q4 2011 216 trips

Goal of 300 per quarter in 2012Implement DPW mileage reimbursement policy changeLimit mileage reimbursement per mile rate to $0.12 – Q3-2011$59,722annualDecrease deadhead hoursRevised scheduling procedure to reduce drive time to first pick up – Q3-20113% savings in deadhead Increase multi-loading opportunitiesEstablished out-of-county travel schedule in Q4 2011Identify new opportunities in 2012Reduce no showsEnforced consumer no show policy – 1.92% in Q4 2011Goal of 1.65% in 2012

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Shared Ride Funding

FY 2010-11FY 2011-12

FY 2012-13

FY 2013-14

FY 2014-15

Operating Expense766,125988,088938,684919,909901,512Passenger Revenue63Lottery 307,972402,523382,397374,749367,254

MATP

309,603

401,704

381,619

373,986

366,507

Other

183,552

183,861

174,668

171,174

167,751

Balance

35,065

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Shared Ride Statistics/Trends

17Shared-RideFY 2010-11FY 2011-12FY 2012-13

FY

2013-14

FY 2014-15

Total Veh. Miles338,120370,510376,067381,708387,434Cost per Mile2.272.672.502.412.33Total Veh. Hours23,17423,40623,64023,876

24,115

Cost per Hour

33.06

42.22

39.71

38.53

37.38

Total

Pass. Trips

31,291

34,434

36,156

37,963

39,862

Cost per Trip

24.48

28.70

25.96

24.23

22.62

Rev

. per Trip

n/a

Trips per Hour

1.3

1.5

1.5

1.6

1.7

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Capital Status Review

18FY2010-11

Actual

FY2011-12

Budget

FY1012-13ForecastFY2013-14ForecastFY2014-15ForecastSource of FundsState – Community Transportation Capital$45,000$175,000$133,000$265,000$165,170Uses of Funds

Vehicle and Equip Purchases

$38,441

$175,000

$132,000

$263,550

$163,170

Technology

$0

$0

$1,000

$1,500

$2,000

Sources Less Uses**

$6,559

$0

$0

$0

$0

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Statewide Cost Saving Ideas

Regional Brokerage Model to promoteIncreased productivity through:Inter-county coordination of trips between countiesFixed schedules for long distance trips across multiple counties. Increased competition between transportation providers reduces rates and improves quality of serviceBrokerage Model TypesExpand the Mandatory HealthChoices Program, orRegional Direct Brokerage Model

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Regional Direct Brokerage Model

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Statewide Cost Saving Ideas

In-person ADA assessments (Physical and Cognitive)Identifies more persons capable of using fixed routesTypical Results25% no show to appointments5% determined capable of riding fixed routes20% placed in conditional statusEffective controls growth of demand response programsTravel trainingIndividuals become more confident and self-reliant as a result of learning to travel independently.Travel training is always provided in the participant’s community, using real buses and situations.Training can be delivered one-on-one or in group settings.

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Statewide Cost Saving Ideas

Promote healthy competition within the passenger transportation provider business by reducing duplicative and unnecessary oversightCurrently overseen by PennDot and the Public Utilities CommissionKeep oversight focused on Safety, but not controlling competition22


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