Table 4-3: Urban Transit Agencies in Virginia: 2000

Table 4-3: Urban Transit Agencies in Virginia: 2000

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Transit agencies Modes provided Urbanized area Annual unlinked passenger trips (thousands) Average weekday unlinked trips (thousands) Operating funds expended ($ millions) Capital funds expended ($ millions) Vehicles available for maximum service
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority1 Bus, heavy rail, demand responsive Washington, DC-MD-VA 348,044 1,170 722 315 2,229
Hampton Roads Transportation (HRT) Bus, demand responsive, ferry boat, vanpool Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 19,193 61 42 18 566
Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC) Bus, demand responsive, vanpool Richmond 13,791 46 27 3 241
Fairfax Connector Bus System Bus, demand responsive Washington, DC-MD-VA 5,595 20 21 5 166
City of Alexandria Bus Washington, DC-MD-VA 2,522 9 5 2 42
Virginia Railway Express Commuter rail Washington, DC-MD-VA 2,014 8 22 23 67
Greater Roanoke Transit Bus, demand responsive Roanoke 1,891 6 4 <1 54
Greater Lynchburg Transit Company (GLTC) Bus, demand responsive Lynchburg 1,102 4 3 <1 28
Potomac and Rappahannock Bus Washington, DC-MD-VA 998 4 8 1 80
City of Fairfax CUE Bus Bus Washington, DC-MD-VA 981 3 2 <1 12
Charlottesville Transit Bus, demand responsive Charlottesville 895 3 3 <1 111
Petersburg Area Transit Bus, demand responsive Petersburg 526 2 1 <1 14
City of Danville Bus, demand responsive Danville 225 <1 <1 <1 14
Loudoun Commuter Bus Service Bus Washington, DC-MD-VA 173 <1 1 0 11
James City County Transit Bus, demand responsive Norfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News 74 <1 <1 <1 7

1 Parts of the system detailed here also serve Washington, DC and Maryland.

SOURCE: U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration, National Transit Database, available at http://www.ntdprogram.com/NTD/Profiles.nsf/ProfileInformation?OpenForm&2000&All as of Dec. 6, 2001.