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Transit Agency StatusFY 2011-12

Current Financial PositionCurrent OperationsService Statistics/TrendsFunding Statistics/TrendsOther Information/AssumptionsCapital Status Review

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Current Financial Position:Reserves/Retained Earnings

SourceBalanceLottery

MATP

MH/MR

Area

Agency on AgingOther State $WIC – Funding Specific (must be used for just WIC)$34k

2

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Current Financial Position:Level of Short-Term Debt/Loans—Identify each line of credit (excludes long-term bond financing)The county general fund meets all cash flow needs of transportation in order to avoid any short-term loans.

Since 2007-08, the county has subsidized us by $298K. FY11-12 is $240K

Name of Financial Institution

Amount of Available

CreditInterest RateCurrent Credit in Use

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Current Financial Position:Accounts Payable – Past due 90 days and over

Accounts Receivable – Past due 90 days and overVendorAmount Past Due

Estimated Pay Date

Program/Agency

Amount Past Due

Date Requisitioned

Estimated Pay Date

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Current Operations:Staffing LevelContract ProvisionsHealthcarePension

FuelFaresOther major factors producing cost increases above inflationCost Savings Initiatives5

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Staffing Level/Org Chart

Provide a current organization chart with vacant and new positions. Include a justification for new planned positions. Director: Rose A. Cook Asst. Trans. Mgr: Patti Deimler Admin. Coord: Monica Ayer-Silvious

Trans

Asst

: Jan Keck Dept. Clerk III: Cris Bitner6

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Staffing Level/Org Chart

Dept. Clerk II: Mark Ryder , Kathy Witmer and vacant Full-time Drivers: Gerald Bailey, Marie Burge, Sandy Hockenberry, Charlotte Horner, Denny Martin, Wayne Myers, Randy Owens, Kim Rohrer, Cathie Stouffer, Millard Wardecker and Jerry Witmer Part-time Drivers: Charlie Carothers, Wally Conrad, Gerald Fair, Robert Forbes, Wilson Gardner, William

Griffie

, Gray

Hockenberry

, Rich Kreitzer, Dean Sadesky, Gary Smith, Denny Steinour, Merle Zinn and 5 vacancies with 2 potentially starting 3/20/12 (Robert Montgomery and Denny Killinger) Driver Training: Wayne Yost

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Labor Provisions

DriversCurrent2012-13Starting wage

$14.69

$14.91

Top

wage$18.87$19.49Average wage$15.92$16.30Contract wage increase

N/A

Job Classification

Number-

Full Time

Number-Part Time

Drivers

11

21 (3 vacancies)

Mechanics

1 (Maintenance

employee)

Dispatchers

1

1

Admin

1

Director/Manager

2

Clerical

2 and 1 vacant

Driver

Trainer

1

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Important Labor ProvisionsUse of part-time employees : Use part-time drivers everyday. Scheduled to work 5 days on/5 days off. Some work 2-3 days a week.

Number/percent of “split shift” drivers: There are time we use drivers in a split shift. We intend to use this in the future.Overtime: Due to current open positions, we are paying overtime. Once we hire new drivers and train them, these hours should decrease. However, we will always have some overtime.Outsourcing : Only MATP. Summer camp, out of service area and hours we cannot accommodate.9

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Healthcare

Describe any proposed changes and the estimated financial impacts.Healthcare costs will increase 10% year to year.

Non-Union

Basic Coverage

Current

FY 2012-13Employee ContributionsCurrent

FY 2012-13

Co-Payment

Current

FY 2012-13

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Pension

Non-Union

Employee Contributions

Current

5-15%; 5%

tax deferred (min) 10% taxable$106K county portionFY 2012-13

$110K county portion

Minimum Age

to Qualify for Retirement

Current

60 or 55 with 20 yrs. of service

FY 2012-13

60 or 55 with 20 yrs. of service

Minimum Number of Years to Qualify for Retirement

Current

No

amount if over 60

FY 2012-13

No

amount if over 60

Minimum Number of Years to be

Vested

Current

5 years

FY 2012-13

5 years

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Pension:Describe any proposed changes and the estimated financial impacts.The annual actuary valuation is the variable in establishing the financial impact.

Provide 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 plan is a defined benefit plan. It is self-maintained with investments and contributions from county and employees.12

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Fuel:Current Cost per GallonContract rate or market rate? Market rate Hampden Township $3.25

ConsorsiumSheetz - $3.37 on 1/17/12Gleim Bio-Fuel $3.33 on 1/17/12Projected Cost per Gallon and Basis for ProjectionContract rate or market rate? Market rateHampden TownshipSheetz - $3.707Gleim

Bio-Fuel

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Shared Ride Fares:Date of Last Fare Increase

April 2007Current Average fare $12.50Sponsorship arrangements N/APlanned ChangesDate of planned increase Estimated average fare $15.58Sponsorship arrangements N/ADescribe Fare Policy:

Approved Shared-Ride Fare Structure

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Other Major Factors Producing Cost Increases Beyond Inflation:

FactorsCurrent AmountProjected Future Amount

Explanation

Fuel

$234K

$288KBased on market conditionsVehicle Maintenance(Internal vs. External)$137K$148K$33/hr

internal vs. $117/

hr

external

Health

Benefits/Retirement

$360K

$396K

Based on market conditions

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Cost Savings Initiatives:

InitiativeCurrent CostPlanned Action and Implementation Date

Projected Savings

Change from diesel

to gasoline vehicles

$270KVehicles procured on the road; in process$.50 p/gal decreaseHealth wellness initiatives$360KIn process5-10% savings

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Shared Ride Funding

FY 2010-11FY 2011-12

FY 2012-13

FY 2013-14

FY 2014-15

Operating Expense$2338$2511$2672$2855$3051Passenger Revenue$1156

$1166

$1167

$1174

$1181

Lottery

$469

$474

$483

$488

$493

MATP

$488

$455

$455

$455

$455

Other

$90

$66

$66

$66

$66

Balance$-135$-350$-501-672$-85617

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Shared Ride Statistics/Trends

18Shared-RideFY 2010-11

FY 2011-12

FY 2012-13

FY

2013-14FY 2014-15Total Veh. Miles740,857785,831825,122866,378

909,697

Cost per Mile

$3.17

$3.26

$3.30

$3.35

$3.40

Total

Veh

. Hours

41,991

43,429

43,860

44,299

44,742

Cost per Hour

$55.98

$59.07

$62.03

$65.46

$69.12

Total

Pass. Trips145,121146,024147,484148,959150,449Cost per Trip$14.58$15.58$16.48$17.52$18.63

Rev

. per Trip

$12.95

$12.95

$12.95

$12.95

$12.95

Trips per Hour

3.46

3.36

3.36

3.36

3.36

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Other Information/Assumptions:Clienteles’ physical/mental capabilities dictate the length of the trips. As client’s care becomes home-based, cost of trip will increaseBought gasoline engine buses to reduce costs associated with diesel vehicles, i.e. non-diesel is less than diesel

Service we provide has qualitative values that cannot be proven monetarilyA raise in fares does not always mean we will not be in a deficitDelivery charges will increase the cost based on fuel chargesTechnological software/hardware initiatives could potentially enhance services/cost savings19

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Capital Status Review

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FIVE YEAR CAPITAL SPENDING PLAN

AGENCY NAME: Cumberland County Transportation

AGENCY NAME:

DATE:

FY2010-11

FY2011-12

FY2012-13

FY2013-14

FY2014-15

Actual

Budget

Forecast

Forecast

Forecast

Sources of Funds

1

Federal - Capital - 5310 - FTA Senior and PWD

2

Federal - Capital - 5316 - FTA JARC

3

State - Community Transportation Capital

$462,000

$554,065

$314,600

$429,312

$318,138

4

State - Capital - Other

5

Local Contribution

6

Other Financing Transaction Proceeds*

7

Internal Working Capital*

8

Proceeds from Disposition of Assets

$3,502

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

9

Foundations

10

Private

11

Other

 

 

 

 

 

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Total Sources of Funds

$465,502

$557,065

$317,600

$432,312

$321,138

Uses of Funds

13

Vehicle and Equipment Purchases

$465,502

$554,065

$314,600

$429,312

$318,138

14

Vehicle Overhauls

15

Technology

16

Other Support Programs

 

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

$3,000

17

Total Uses of Funds

$465,502

$557,065

$317,600

$432,312

$321,138

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Sources Less Uses**

$0

$0

$0

$0

$0

* Do not include line of credit proceeds

** This value can not be negative