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FACT 2014

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59,337 68,835 8,190 16,964 4,839 6,701 3,669 5,855 9,231 14,210 46,437 48,770 32 < m ETRO m AGAZINE FACT BOOK 2015 metro-magazine.com industry data Top 110 Transit Bus Fleets Survey Buses 35 feet and over remain the most popular choice, with 48,770 total buses, followed by buses 35-feet and under and articulated vehicles, with 14,210 and 5,855, respectively. Fleet Mix Looking back: Top 5 bus feets in 2004 2004 vs 2010 Top 10 Fleets Alternative Fuels 1 1 MTA New York City Transit/MTA Bus Co. NYC 1090 4,895 797 6,782 — 2 2 New Jersey Transit Corp. Newark, N.J. 39 2,384 85 2,508 92 3 3 Metro Los Angeles 50 1,952 358 2,360 -10 4 10 Pace Suburban Bus Chicago 1510 450 0 1,960 189 5 6 Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Philadelphia 470 1,237 153 1,860 -3 6 4 Toronto Transit Commission Toronto 0 1,848 3 1,851 -31 7 7 Coast Mountain Bus Co. Vancouver, B.C. 499 1,092 252 1,843 -13 8 8 King County DOT/Metro Transit Seattle 500 692 643 1,835 -17 9 5 Chicago Transit Authority Chicago 0 1,523 306 1,829 -41 10 9 Société de Transport de Montréal Montreal 98 1,470 257 1,825 -1 2014 2013 Agency 35 ft. and under Over 35 ft. Artic. 2014 Total 2013 +/- Artic: 8% Under 35 ft.: 21% 35 ft. and over: 71% Overall, alternatively-fueled vehicles make up 25% of the total 68,835 vehicles reported. In 2004, alternatively-fueled vehicles made up only 13.6% of the total vehicles reported. Other: 3% Electric: 4% Hybrid-Electric: 43% Natural Gas: 50% 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. MTA New York City Transit: 4,667 New Jersey Transit Corp.: 3,053 L.A. Metro: 2,721 Chicago Transit Authority: 2,024 Toronto Transit Commission: 1,638 Total vehicles: 35 ft. and over: Under 35 ft.: Articulated: Buses on order: Alt-fuel vehicles: 2004 2010

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