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1 Commuteride Department Operational Budget Summary Commuteride Category Sum of FY13 Sum of FY14 Sum of FY15 Sum of FY16 Sum of FY17 Contracts Equipment Insurance Labor Materials & Supplies Miscellaneous Total 3,464,414 2,204,590 2,700,327 3,316,600 3,429,700 FTE Table 19 Department Mission Provide alternatives to single occupancy vehicle commuting to work, in southwest Idaho. Organizational Chart Figure 11 Department Services Commuteride works closely with area businesses and commuters to reduce traffic congestion, reduce wear/tear on our roadways, and improve air quality. They serve as the rideshare agency for southwest Idaho providing support to over 150 Treasure Valley employers, by promoting 74

2 alternatives to driving in single occupancy vehicles. Commuteride helps organization, develop and implement employee transportation plans, manages a 118 van fleet on an average of 100 routes, and manages an online rideshare platform. They work closely with the Regional Public Transportation Authority and other transportation providers to efficiently market services and transport people throughout southwest Idaho. Performance Measurement The Department constantly strives to improve public awareness of alternatives to single occupancy commuting, through a variety of outreach programs and rideshare services, including the Vanpool program. Increase participation in Commuteride services o 2015 Status Increased May in Motion participation by 19%. o 2015 Status Increased active employers in our marketing database by 5%. o 2016 Objective Increase participation various campaigns, including May in Motion, by 10% by updating the marketing campaign. o 2016 Objective Increase active employers in marketing database by 10%. Reduce commuting Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) o 2015 Status Displaced 11,322,148 VMT from October to July. o 2015 Status Overall participation in IdahoRideShare.com fluctuated considerably and the average monthly participation rate decreased by 10%. This is due to both the small number of participants and the difficulties in using the existing platform. o 2016 Objective Increase vanpool routes by 4% by evaluating and improving marketing efforts and incentive programs. o 2016 Objective Develop and implement a new regional rideshare platform. Increase program stability by maximizing and diversifying funds o 2015 Status Had 6 accidents, compared to 7 last year. o 2015 Status Replacing 20 vans as scheduled in the asset management replacement schedule. o 2015 Objective Conducted fare rate schedule analysis and updated fares and minimum occupancy to more closely align with 100% recovery rate. o 2016 Objective Adhere to van replacement schedule. o 2016 Objective Monitor van fare revenues and operating costs. Budget Highlights Commuteride anticipates additional vanpool ridership and change in mode choice due to an updated market campaign, a focus on program evaluation, and updated rideshare assistance systems. 75

3 Commuteride Salaries & Benefits Commuteride Wages WAGES 598, , , , ,400 Total Commuteride Wage 598, , , , , FICA Taxes FICA TAXES 20,551 26,300 28,300 29,200 Total FICA Taxes 20,551 26,300 28,300 29, State Retirement STATE RETIREMENT 30,937 39,000 41,800 43,200 Total State Retirement 30,937 39,000 41,800 43, Insurances INSURANCES 90, , , ,800 Total Insurances 90, , , , Worker's Compensation WORKER'S COMPENSATION 1,566 1,500 1,400 1,500 Total Worker's Compensa 1,566 1,500 1,400 1, Temporaries TEMPORARIES 25,000 25,000 Total Temporaries 25,000 25, Overtime Pay OVERTIME PAY 5,137 5,490 1,200 5,000 5,000 Total Overtime Pay 5,137 5,490 1,200 5,000 5,000 Total Commuteride Salaries & Benefits 603, , , , ,100 Commuteride Other Expenses Postage POSTAGE 2,020 2,942 2,000 2,000 2,000 Total Postage 2,020 2,942 2,000 2,000 2, Printing PRINTING 8,944 4,664 20,200 Office supplies 5,000 5,000 Vanpool materials 5,000 5,000 Marketing materials 4,000 4,000 Total PRINTING 14,000 14,000 Total Printing 8,944 4,664 20,200 14,000 14, Utilities - Telephone Utilities - Telephone 2,352 2,515 3, Total Utilities - Telephon 2,352 2,515 3, Advertising 76

4 00230 ADVERTISING 374, , ,000 Sponsorships 10,000 10,000 Radio 20,000 22,000 Campaign marketing 10,000 10,000 Billboards 34,000 36,000 Online advertising 50,000 50,000 Collateral materials 10,000 10,000 Direct mail/flyers 5,000 5,000 Rideshare 17,000 19,000 Total ADVERTISING 156, ,000 Total Advertising 374, , , , , Books/Dues/Subscriptions BOOKS, DUES, SUBSCRIPTIONS 3,378 2,038 3,100 Membership 3,000 3,000 Books Total BOOKS, DUES, SUBSCR 3,300 3,400 Total Books/Dues/Subsc 3,378 2,038 3,100 3,300 3, Supplies Office SUPPLIES - OFFICE 6,064 4,445 3,800 2,000 2,200 Total Supplies Office 6,064 4,445 3,800 2,000 2, Supplies Computer SUPPLIES - COMPUTER 18,000 Total Supplies Computer 18, Leases & Rentals LEASES AND RENTALS 5,232 5,333 10,000 Park and Ride facilities 7,000 7,500 Office equipment 1,000 1,000 Total LEASES AND RENTALS 8,000 8,500 Total Leases & Rentals 5,232 5,333 10,000 8,000 8, Travel & Meetings TRAVEL AND MEETINGS 22,995 25,122 31,000 Vanpool events 6,000 7,000 Outreach and ETC Support 11,000 12,000 Staff training and Peer Reviews 16,000 16,000 Total TRAVEL AND MEETINGS 33,000 35,000 Total Travel & Meetings 22,995 25,122 31,000 33,000 35, Employee Training EMPLOYEE TRAINING 2,812 3,243 7,800 6,000 6,500 Total Employee Training 2,812 3,243 7,800 6,000 6,500 77

5 Safety & First Aid SAFETY AND FIRST AID 10 Total Safety & First Aid Van Insurance Self Insurance Claims 112,198 11, , , ,000 Total Van Insurance 112,198 11, , , , Incentives INCENTIVES 13,167 12,082 14,800 ATBP 3,000 3,000 Campaign incentives 10,000 10,000 Rider recruitment 2,000 2,000 Total INCENTIVES 15,000 15,000 Total Incentives 13,167 12,082 14,800 15,000 15, Vanpool Incentives VANPOOL INCENTIVES 79,266 53,849 80,000 Rider Incentives 3,000 3,200 Rider Appreciation Days 6,000 6,000 Driver Longevity Awards 10,000 12,000 Reporting incentives 42,000 42,000 Occupancy Incentives 4,000 4,000 Total VANPOOL INCENTIVES 65,000 67,200 Total Vanpool Incentives 79,266 53,849 80,000 65,000 67, Miscellaneous Expense MISCELLANEOUS EXPENSE 17,785 5,142 10,000 10,000 10,000 Total Miscellaneous Expe 17,785 5,142 10,000 10,000 10, Bankcard Charges BANKCARD CHARGES 17,866 43,957 42,000 30,000 32,000 Total Bankcard Charges 17,866 43,957 42,000 30,000 32, Finished Signs Van Fuel Expense Van Fuel Expense 448, , , , ,000 Total Van Fuel Expense 448, , , , , Mobile Equipment Mobile Equiopment 951,220 1,173, , ,000 Total Mobile Equipment 951,220 1,173, , , Depreciation Expense DEPRECIATION EXPENSE 578, , , , ,000 Total Depreciation Expen 578, , , , , Professional Services 78

6 00705 PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 10,800 7,722 83,500 Speakers 5,000 5,000 Marketing campaign planning 20,000 22,000 TDM assistance 20,000 20,000 Total PROFESSIONAL SERVIC 45,000 47,000 Total Professional Servic 10,800 7,722 83,500 45,000 47, Van Repair Expense Contractual Services 175, , , , ,000 Total Van Repair Expense 175, , , , , Van Operation Expense VAN OPERATION EXPENSE 28,621 41,245 40,700 45,000 50,000 Total Van Operation Expe 28,621 41,245 40,700 45,000 50, Van Replacement Fund VAN REPLACEMENT FUND Total Van Replacement F Total Commuteride Other Expenses 2,860,949 1,737,317 3,105,327 2,710,100 2,795,600 Total Commuteride Expenditures 3,464,414 2,203,590 3,640,327 3,316,600 3,429,700 79

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