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  • Greater Peoria Mass Transit District

    FY 2018 Budget(July 1 ,2017 June 30, 2018)

    June 12, 2017 1

  • Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink)

    Transmittal Letter

    Date: June 12, 2017

    TO: Board of Trustees of Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (GPMTD)

    Please accept the proposed FY2018 budget for your consideration and approval. This budget

    is submitted in accordance with the adopted financial policies of GPMTD. This proposed

    document is intended to provide you with a comprehensive framework for decision-making on

    expenses, revenues, and fund balances, resulting in a final approved spending plan for fiscal

    year 2018.

    The overall appropriation of $32,475,000 for the FY 2018 budget includes the operating

    budget, capital budget, and is a significant decrease of 11% from the FY 2017 budget. The

    operational budget expenses for 2018, which exclude capital expenditures, total $29,635,000,

    a decrease of 0.47% compared to the FY 2017 operational budget total of $29,775,000

    The FY 2018 Budget was constructed in an environment of economic instability. The largest

    concerns were due to the State of Illinois ongoing inability to agree on a State budget (22

    months operating without approved budget) and Caterpillar Inc. relocates global headquarters

    to Deerfield, Illinois. Property taxes and replacement tax will be impacted locally. However,

    property values will not suddenly and drastically decline for the news from Caterpillar, because

    assessed values are based on a moving three-year average of property values.

    FY2018 Proposed Budget

    2

  • Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink)

    Transmittal Letter

    Each year, the budget establishes the plan to address new challenges as well as take advantage of

    unforeseen opportunities. This year is no different. For the near-term fiscal health of GPMTD, the

    change of Districts insurance program and review of unions COLA ( cost of living adjustment )

    calculation deem to be necessary.

    As always, GPMTD will continue to work with other governments (FTA, IDOT, Peoria County)

    during the upcoming year.

    The District Board has contributed its full support to the development and maintenance of the

    financial operations of District. Without this leadership, together with the strong commitment from

    the Districts management team, the presentation of this budget and other financial reports would

    not occur.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Doug Roelfs Christine Feng, CPA, MBA, CGMAGeneral Manager Chief Financial Officer

    FY2018 Proposed Budget

    3

  • CityLinks Board of Trustees

    Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (CityLink) provides economic, social, andenvironmental benefits to the community through progressive, customerfocused, transportation service by combining state of the art equipment andfacilities with professional, well trained staff.

    Our Mission

    Maxine WorthamChair

    Joan KrupaVice Chair

    Arthur BellTreasurer

    Sharon McBrideSecretary

    Jennifer LeeTrustee

    RepresentingPeoria

    RepresentingPeoria Heights

    RepresentingPeoria

    RepresentingWest Peoria

    RepresentingPeoria

    4

  • FY2018 GREATER PEORIA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT ORGANIZATIONAL CHART

    General Manager

    Doug Roelfs

    Attorney

    QJHPC

    Mike Kraft

    Board of TrusteesMaxine Wortham, Chair

    Joan Krupa, Vice Chair

    Art Bell, Treasurer

    Sharon McBride, Secretary

    Jennifer Lee, Trustee

    IT

    Gary

    Howell

    Human

    Resources

    Shannon

    Williams

    Chief Financial Officer

    Christine Feng

    Paratransit &

    Customer

    Service

    Andrew Dwyer

    Safety &

    Security

    Steve Green

    Security

    officer

    Customer

    Service

    FT CSR

    PT CSR*

    Maintenance

    Mike

    Brockway

    Maintenance

    Shift Foremen

    Inventory Clerk

    Mechanic

    Utility

    3Janitor

    Accounting

    &

    Finance

    Kari Ray

    Payroll

    Kristin

    Lister

    Federal

    Grant &

    Procurement

    Martha

    Howarter

    Supervisors

    2 Scheduling

    8 SupervisorsGeneral

    Foreman

    Ron Cox

    Administrative

    Assistant

    Venessa

    Dixson

    Marketing

    Emily Watson

    AP & FA

    Theresa

    Mitchell

    Assistant General

    Manager

    John Anderson

    2 - First Transit Management Team

    Executive Assistant

    Desiree Carlson

    IT

    Tech

    Jacob

    Scott

    Operators

    FT &

    PT Operators

    Paratransit

    Assistant

    Marcia

    Whitehead

    Planning

    Joe

    Alexander

    Operations

    Ken Boddie

    AR &

    Inventory

    Bethany

    Potter

  • 6

    The table below documents the number of employees by Major Function from 2009 to 2018

    YEAR ADMINISTRATION POLICE OFFICERS MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS TOTAL

    2009 19 14 35 93 161

    2010 20 14 37 99 170

    2011 21 14 37 96 168

    2012 23 16 35 97 171

    2013 25 17 33 97 172

    2014 26 19 39 103 187

    2015 26 21 36 103 186

    2016 26 22 36 107 191

    2017 26 22 36 107 191

    2018 26 19 36 108 189 Proposed

    7 5 1 15 28

    * Sunday Service Added 06/08/2014

    ** Part-Time Employees

    GREATER PEORIA MASS TRANSIT DISTRICT

    Employee by Major Function as of June 30

    10 Year

    Change **

    *

  • 7

  • 0

    500,000

    1,000,000

    1,500,000

    2,000,000

    2,500,000

    3,000,000

    3,500,000

    4,000,000

    Fiscal Year Ridership Report

    2012

    201120102009

    2008

    2007

    2017

    20152014

    2013

    2016

    * Estimate

    *

    8

  • Average Daily Ridership Data Table

    *Estimate

    9

    Jul-15 Aug-15 Sep-15 Oct-15 Nov-15 Dec-15 Jan-16 Feb-16 Mar-16 Apr-16 May-16 Jun-16 TOTAL

    10851 11289 11530 11443 10842 10265 9407 9803 9404 9495 9314 9425 10,256

    Jul-16 Aug-16 Sep-16 Oct-16 Nov-16 Dec-16 Jan-17 Feb-17 Mar-17 Apr-17 May-17 Jun-17 TOTAL

    9288 9671 10090 9983 9606 8637 8441 9539 8760 8672 8756 8587* 9169*

    FY 2016

    FY 2017

    Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun TOTAL

    -14.40% -14.33% -12.49% -12.76% -11.40% -15.86% -10.26% -2.69% -6.86% -8.67% -5.99% -8.89%* -10.60%*

    Percent Difference

  • Average Daily Ridership ComparisonFY 2016 vs. FY 2017

    * Estimate

    10

    0

    2000

    4000

    6000

    8000

    10000

    12000

    14000

    FY2016 Ridership FY2017 Ridership

  • 11

    Historical Fuel Price FY 2012 FY 2017

    3.113.22

    3.13

    2.4

    1.671.79

    2.882.97

    2.85

    2.28

    1.53 1.58

    0

    0.5

    1

    1.5

    2

    2.5

    3

    3.5

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

    Diesel Unleaded

  • 12

    6.75%

    6.93% 6.93%

    6.58%

    6.23%

    6.68%

    5.80%

    6.00%

    6.20%

    6.40%

    6.60%

    6.80%

    7.00%

    2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    Revenue Recovery Ratio

    Passenger Fare Revenue Recovery Ratio

    *Budgeted

  • 13

    6.30 6.466.93 6.78

    7.20

    11.17 10.83 11.14 10.479.85

    0.00

    2.00

    4.00

    6.00

    8.00

    10.00

    12.00

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    Cost per passenger Cost per mile

    Performance Trends for Fixed Route Service

    Preceding Five Years (FY 2012 through FY2016)

    152.55 153.62157.42

    151.29

    142.28

    130.00135.00140.00145.00150.00155.00160.00

    2012 2013 2014 2015 2016

    Cost Per Hour

  • 14

    Farebox Revenue Comparison

    FY 2016 vs. FY 2017

    July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March April May June

    9.74% 17.36% 11.55% 9.60% 16.15% 1.89% 14.53% 15.00% 11.08% -15.66% -4.73% -10.5%*

    Percentage Difference

    0

    20000

    40000

    60000

    80000

    100000

    120000

    FY 2016 Fare Box Revenue FY 2017 Fare Box Revenue

    * FY2017 Estimate

  • Organizational Strategic Goals

    15

    ** To offer comprehensive medical coverage to District employees and their

    dependents.

    ** To develop and implement plan design changes in order to reduce costs

    while maintaining comprehensive coverage. (Health insurance committee is

    formed.)

    ** To design wellness strategies in an effort to improve the health and well-

    being of employees

    ** To budget revenues and expenses annually as accurately as possible in

    an effort to maximize the utility of every GPMTD taxpayers dollar.

    ** The financial goals of GPMTD are to:

    --Operate under a balanced budget.

    --Safeguard and maximize resources.

  • $0

    $5,000,000

    $10,000,000

    $15,000,000

    $20,000,000

    $25,000,000

    $30,000,000

    $35,000,000

    $24,505,985 $26,606,324 $28,443,060 $30,033,720 $27,562,795 $29,775,000 $29,635,000

    20152016

    2017

    20122013 2014

    OPERATING EXPENSES 2012 - 2018

    Significant Factors for FY 2018 Operating Budget:

    Rising cost of wages and salaries: Estimated 6.69% increase from the FY 2017 to FY 2018.

    Lower cost of employees benefits: Estimated 11.14% decrease from the FY 2017 to FY 2018.

    Rising cost of materials and supplies: Estimated 8.11% increase from the FY 2017 to FY 2018.

    Capital Projects: Transit Center Upgrade/Remodel

    (5) Paratransit Vehicles

    Automatic Vehicle Locator (AVL) System

    Bus Camera System

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