Transportation

Department

Transportation

OTHER FUNDS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Percent Change
FY19-FY20

Positions FY19
Revised Budget

Positions FY20
Budget

Transit

$137,604,317

$147,624,626

$186,351,770

26%

1,191

1,410

Fleet Services

$8,997,105

$10,169,190

$11,772,850

16%

41

44

Subtotal

$146,601,422

$157,793,816

$198,124,620

26%

1,232

1,454

Grand Total

$146,601,422

$157,793,816

$198,124,620

26%

1,232

1,454

Division


Transit

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Administration

$9,133,145

$8,121,771

$11,206,900

Safety and Security

$2,347,977

$2,653,280

$4,991,750

Maintenance

$31,202,153

$33,382,514

$38,443,910

Customer Relations and Communication

$2,579,714

$2,869,630

$3,739,520

Service and Capital Planning

$4,435,780

$5,100,300

$15,561,980

Transportation Operations

$62,185,294

$67,425,161

$81,129,240

Paratransit Transportation

$24,926,158

$26,986,030

$29,600,000

Grant Management

$546,212

$653,960

$929,220

Rail Services

$247,884

$431,980

$749,250

Total

$137,604,317

$147,624,626

$186,351,770

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Intergovernmental Revenue

$9,706,090

$9,006,480

$9,848,840

Charges for Services

$29,742,892

$29,621,470

$31,408,920

Miscellaneous Revenue

$229,705

$10,000

$15,000

Interest and Other Earnings

$4,050

$0

$0

Disposition of Fixed Assets

$32,283

$0

$0

Fund Balance

$12,067,000

$1,680,000

$6,500,000

Less Five Percent

$0

($1,481,570)

($1,571,200)

Transfer From General Fund (10010)

$37,989,050

$47,480,600

$26,989,050

Transfer From Local Option Gas Tax Fund (11520)

$57,570,000

$57,570,000

$57,570,000

Transfer From Transportation Surtax Fund (11600)

$0

$3,737,646

$55,591,160

Total

$147,341,070

$147,624,626

$186,351,770

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$79,255,292

$84,352,030

$98,648,780

Operating Expenses

$53,358,498

$61,567,596

$85,997,990

Capital Outlay

$25,807

$25,000

$25,000

Other Budgetary Reserves

$0

$1,680,000

$1,680,000

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Transfers Out

$4,964,720

$0

$0

Total

$137,604,317

$147,624,626

$186,351,770

Total Positions

1,083

1,191

1,410

BUDGET VARIANCES


3,353,770 During FY19, Transit added 108 positions to implement a 10% phased service increase utilizing Transportation Surtax revenues. This addition results in an increase in personnel services in FY20 of $3,353,770 which is now annualized in the FY20 budget.
2,586,824 Increase in operating expenses due to phased FY19 surtax service increase which is now annualized in FY20.
9,153,550 Increase in personnel services in FY20 due to addition of 219 positions to implement a second 10% phased service increase utilizing Transportation Surtax revenues.
10,274,500 Increase in operating expenses in FY20 due to the second phase of surtax service increase.
9,990,830 In FY20, an increase in operating expenses for countywide existing and new community shuttle service that is supported by Transportation Surtax revenue.
1,380,010 Increase in operating expenses due to increase in projected price of fuel.
$1,987,660 Normal Increases and Decreases
1,789,430 Personnel Services
198,230 Operating Expense
$38,727,144 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Administration

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide administrative, financial, leadership, and support services to the Transportation Department so that its programs meet the transportation needs of Broward County.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percentage of packing slips, invoices, internal receivers (i.e., receiving documents) processed for payment within 5 working days

96

97

97

of their receipt in the Payables Section

Number of internal receivers processed

5,515

7,000

8,400

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Administration Section of the Transit Division is responsible for planning, organizing, leading, supporting, and monitoring the activities, operational services, and staff resources of the sections within the Division. The activities of this section ensure that the Transit Division and County business plan goals are being accomplished. In addition, Administration coordinates and oversees all fiscal and budgetary matters (both operating and capital), as well as human resource functions which includes hiring and processing of payroll and personnel actions for over 1,000 employees and acting as a liaison for five different labor agreements. Administration also coordinates State and Federal grants management and reporting. The Administrative Section is also responsible for preparing and reviewing Commission Agenda items, responding to Commissioner requests and inquiries, and coordinating responses to internal and external audits specific to the Transit Division.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY19, on May 7th the Broward County Commission approved the appropriation of Transportation Surtax revenue to support Transit service improvements which resulted in a modification to the FY19 budget and position cap.

■    In FY19, two Accountant positions were created for the FY19 surtax service increase.

■    During FY19, one Expansion Project Administrator position was transferred from Service and Capital Planning to manage capital planning within Administration.

■    In FY20, 28 positions in administrative, financial, assistant director, human resources, project management and systems analyst roles are created for the surtax service increase.

■    Broward County Transit was established through Administrative Code Chapter 15. Transit is regulated by Federal Laws and Guidelines including Title VI of the Civil Rights Act 1964 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$9,133,145

$8,121,771

$11,206,900

Total Positions

36

40

68

Section

Safety and Security

GOAL STATEMENT

To ensure compliance with all Federal, State, and County guidelines, and to provide for a safe and secure environment for all transit passengers and employees.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of FTA required random drug tests conducted

407

320

569

Number of FTA required reasonable alcohol tests conducted

123

120

114

Cost per random alcohol or drug test (dollars)

158.73

160.00

73.00

Number of injuries per 100,000 trips

0.62

0.80

0.62

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Safety and Security Section provides leadership and support services to the Transit Division in the areas of federal, state, and County contract compliance and reporting, including the Federal Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and the County's Business Enterprise (CBE) programs; Civil Rights including Title VI, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action programs; random drug and alcohol testing for all safety-sensitive employees; bus operator occupational medical exam testing; safety and security issues, including emergency preparedness, response plans, and procedures; vehicle and passenger accidents/incidents reporting, and workers' compensation notices and injuries; management of all contracted transit security services; archiving records; public records requests; and discovery proceedings.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, there are three positions in administrative roles created for the surtax service increase.

■ The FY20 target for cost per random drug and alcohol test has decreased due to a contract renewal.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$2,347,977

$2,653,280

$4,991,750

Total Positions

11

10

13

Section

Maintenance GOAL STATEMENT

To provide efficient, effective maintenance of the bus fleet and facilities to ensure safe and reliable service for the riding public.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Miles between road calls

3,285

6,050

6,050

Number of revenue service interruptions due to mechanical failure

5,263

1,250

1,250

Number of preventive maintenance inspections

2,626

2,900

3,260

Average cost per repair work order (dollars)

474.99

420.00

420.00

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Maintenance Section provides the following programs for the day-to-day maintenance of the Transit Division bus fleet: major and minor mechanical repairs; preventative maintenance; storeroom operation; daily cleaning, fueling, and servicing of buses; accident repair, and reconditioning of damaged and older buses. Maintenance performs these functions with three daily work shifts which operate seven days a week. In addition, Maintenance has an ongoing training program for new hires and mechanics.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY19, on May 7th the Broward County Commission approved the appropriation of Transportation Surtax revenue to support Transit service improvements which resulted in a modification to the FY19 budget and position cap.

■    In FY19, there were six Mechanics and three Coach Service Attendants created for the surtax service increase.

■    In FY20, there are 34 positions in administrative, mechanic, coach service, and warehouse roles created for the surtax service increase. Additionally, 15 custodial and building maintenance positions are created.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$31,202,153

$33,382,514

$38,443,910

Total Positions

194

202

251

Section

Customer Relations and Communication

GOAL STATEMENT

To effectively inform and educate the public on Broward County Transit services and programs; to increase ridership and promote the overall benefits of public transportation even to those who may not use the service.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of telephone calls answered

323,755

400,000

350,000

Duration of customer service calls (in seconds)

124

103

no

Number of bus passes sold

382,604

430,000

363,474

Percentage of orders for bus passes filled within 2 business days of confirmed request

87

95

95

Average monthly website visits

330,625

410,000

400,000

Number of community outreach presentations

92

70

70

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Customer Relations and Communications Section is responsible for informing and educating the public on the overall benefits of public transit and disseminating information to assist with the utilization of transit services with the goal of increasing ridership. More than five million printed public and internal marketing and informational materials are produced and disseminated, and numerous presentations/public speaking engagements are held to inform the public and receive critical feedback on programs and services. The section also maintains the Broward County Transit website and coordinates media relations, special events programming, and is the agency liaison for state/federal legislative/appropriation issues relevant to public transportation. Additional activities include working with other South Florida transit agencies to promote regional transportation and improve coordination for inter-county travel. Print and electronic advertising campaigns are created to target audiences based on market analyses and demographics. Outreach efforts include participation at community and business meetings, special events, and schools in an effort to enhance the public’s awareness of agency services as well as the online bus purchase program to facilitate the sale of bus passes. The Customer Call Center is responsible for trip planning, lost and found, customer feedback, and Paratransit inquiries.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, there are six positions created in customer service and public information roles for the surtax service increase.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$2,579,714

$2,869,630

$3,739,520

Total Positions

37

37

43

Section

Service and Capital Planning

GOAL STATEMENT

To propose, develop, and implement modifications and improvements to the public transit system to expand access to, and usability of, public transit as a transportation choice for residents and visitors to Broward County by working with County, Municipal, State, and Federal agencies and representatives to improve integration of public transit services throughout the County.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Number of directly operated passenger trips (millions)

27.8

27.5

28.4

Number of passengers per revenue hour

24.0

25.5

24.6

Number of Community Bus passenger trips

2,206,892

2,546,690

2,273,099

Passenger trips per community bus revenue hour

12.4

13.9

12.8

Percentage of farebox recovery to cost

28

27

29

Subsidy per passenger ($)

2.81

2.85

2.85

Ratio of peak service vehicles to off-peak vehicles

1.37

1.31

1.36

Number of bus stop upgrades

1,371

2,000

2,000

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Service and Capital Planning Section is responsible for planning, developing, and implementing all services provided by Broward County Transit. The section is also responsible for tracking all service data to produce reports for the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), to ensure eligibility for continued funding from these entities. Data collection and analysis is also performed to assist management with the development of service strategies, policies, procedures, and to develop long range system goals. The Scheduling group produces schedules that are as efficient as possible to meet the needs of as many individuals as possible within budgetary constraints. The Capital Planning (Infrastructure) group is primarily responsible for bringing the transit system’s bus stop network, amenities, and connecting pedestrian pathways up to compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) standards. This group also coordinates with cities, other County agencies, and the Federal Department of Transportation (FDOT) to ensure that construction is performed to standards and schedule. In addition, the group is responsible for maintaining the accuracy of signage information and visibility for the more than 5,000 bus stops.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY20, there are three positions in planning, contract management and scheduling roles created for the surtax service increase.

■    During FY19, one Expansion Project Administrator position was transferred to Administration as part of a reorganization.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$4,435,780

$5,100,300

$15,561,980

Total Positions

22

22

25

Section

Transportation Operations

GOAL STATEMENT

To provide effective and reliable transportation for the riding public to ensure mobility and access.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Cost per passenger trip (dollars)

3.90

3.75

3.75

Percentage change in passenger trips

-4.10

0.00

0.00

Percent on-time performance

65.4

73.0

72.0

Percentage of complainants contacted

94.3

98.3

98.0

Number of operational complaints per 100,000 riders

21.66

16.50

17.50

Number of driver at fault accidents per 100,000 miles

0.91

0.90

0.90

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Transportation Operations Section provides managerial, operational, and administrative support which ensures that bus service is provided throughout the transit system. The Transit Operations Section trains and retrains bus operators, and oversees the performance of bus operators providing service on 45 scheduled routes. The Transportation Operations Section also provides first level emergency support, including evacuation in the event of a natural disaster, such as a hurricane.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY19, on May 7th the Broward County Commission approved the appropriation of Transportation Surtax revenue to support Transit service improvements which resulted in a modification to the FY19 budget and position cap.

■    In FY19, a total of 97 positions including bus operators and trainers were created for the surtax service increase.

■    In FY20, there are 121 positions including bus operators, supervisors, and a traffic controller created for the surtax service increase.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$62,185,294

$67,425,161

$81,129,240

Total Positions

761

857

978

Section

Paratransit Transportation GOAL STATEMENT

To provide public transportation services to elderly, poor, and disabled individuals in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Chapter 427, Florida Statutes.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Total number of ADA and Transportation Disadvantaged Paratransit passenger trips

717,996

799,784

863,767

Passenger trips per revenue mile

0.090

0.080

0.080

Portion (number) of Paratransit trips that are Transportation Disadvantaged Community Lifeline trips

160,458

143,961

215,942

Total number of ACT passenger trips

71,631

153,274

42,400

Program cost per trip (excluding ACT)

32.99

32.72

31.93

Contract cost (blended) per trip (excluding ACT)

27.45

28.21

29.08

On-time performance (%)

84.40

92.00

92.00

Number of registered Paratransit passengers

16,461

16,000

16,500

Number of Paratransit riders trained to use fixed route

279

200

200

Total number of customer service complaints received

5,224

4,000

4,000

Customer service complaints as a percentage of passenger trips

0.73

0.90

0.80

Accidents per 100,000 vehicle miles

2.12

1.50

1.50

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Paratransit Section administers the federally-mandated Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), state-mandated Transportation Disadvantaged (TD), and the Agency Coordination Transportation (ACT) program for non-profit social service centers or “agencies” to provide Paratransit transportation to and from their facilities where adult day care and nutrition services are provided. The section is also charged with the responsibilities of purchasing service and coordinating all contracts providing specialized transportation in Broward County. Additionally, as the designated Community Transportation Coordinator for Broward County, the Paratransit Section provides immediate oversight, direction, and liaison with contracted and coordinated entities and consumers. This section manages the program eligibility functions in accordance with Federal and State laws, and monitors the contract for the provision of in-person ADA Paratransit eligibility assessments.

BUDGET COMMENTS ■ In FY20, there are two administrative positions created for the surtax service increase.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$24,926,158

$26,986,030

$29,600,000

Total Positions

12

12

14

Section

Grant Management

GOAL STATEMENT

To coordinate the various grants administration support activities of the Transit Division, ensuring compliance with Federal, State, Municipal, and County goals and policies.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Total number of purchase documents processed

3,632

3,500

3,500

Number of PO commodity lines processed

9,529

5,000

8,500

Percentage of purchase requisitions and warehouse orders filled within 5 business days of their receipt in the Grant Management Section

79

85

85

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Grant Management Section coordinates the various grants administration support activities of the Transit Division, ensuring compliance with Federal, State, Municipal and County goals and policies. Grant management activities cover the full lifecycle of grant awards and includes the development and submission of grant applications; monitoring and reporting on grant financial status and milestone progress post-award; initiating and processing grant amendments and budget transfers; processing drawdown requests from grantor agencies to ensure that the County is reimbursed for eligible capital and operating expenditures; and coordinating the grant closeout process.

The Grant Management Section also performs procurement activities that include processing delegated agency purchase orders; the review and approval of requisitions, Request for Quote and bid documents; process monitoring of requisitions from initiation through award phase; coordinating the renewal and re-solicitation activities related to master agreements; and the review and approval of procurement card expenditures.

BUDGET COMMENTS ■ In FY20, there are three positions in purchasing related roles created for the surtax service increase.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$546,212

$653,960

$929,220

Total Positions

7

8

11

Section

Rail Services

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Broward County Transit’s Rail Section will be primarily responsible for the operations of future light rail systems throughout the County. The Rail Section will oversee the design and construction for future light rail projects to ensure the system is built to appropriate standards and that operating costs are contained. To accomplish this, the Section interacts with various stakeholders such as Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), City of Fort Lauderdale, South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA Tri-Rail) and other County agencies.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■ In FY20, there are four positions created in planning and project management roles for the surtax service increase.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Revised Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$247,884

$431,980

$749,250

Total Positions

3

3

7

Fleet Services

SECTION SUMMARY

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Vehicle Management

$1,613,040

$2,419,930

$3,297,460

Inventory Control

$3,416,635

$3,275,920

$3,725,940

Equipment Maintenance

$3,967,430

$4,473,340

$4,749,450

Total

$8,997,105

$10,169,190

$11,772,850

REVENUES

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Charges for Services

$9,956,560

$9,623,190

$10,412,850

Miscellaneous Revenue

$851

$3,000

$10,000

Disposition of Fixed Assets

($42,171)

$43,000

$0

Fund Balance

$0

$500,000

$1,350,000

Transfer From General Fund (10010)

$25,000

$0

$0

Total

$9,940,240

$10,169,190

$11,772,850

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actuals

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Personnel Services

$3,083,164

$3,482,400

$3,810,010

Operating Expenses

$5,851,692

$5,800,270

$6,613,260

Capital Outlay

$62,249

$13,010

$13,010

Other Budgetary Reserves

$0

$873,510

$1,336,570

Total

$8,997,105

$10,169,190

$11,772,850

Total Positions

41

41

44

BUDGET VARIANCES

$302,080 Increase in operating expenses as a result of an increase in projected insurance premiums.
$428,460 Increase in fuel costs based on future projected price of fuel.
$463,060 Increase in reserves for future capital outlay due to increase in operating revenues and fund balance.
$259,650 Normal Increases and Decreases
177,200 Personnel Services
82,450 Operating Expense
BUDGET SUPPLEMENTS
$84,640 Increase in personnel services for creation of two Vehicle Service Attendant positions as a pilot program to assist in vehicle deliveries, detailing, and customer service.
$65,770 Increase in personnel services for creation of one Lead Vehicle Mechanic position to increase efficiencies in the heavy equipment shop at Fleet Service Center 3.
$1,603,660 TOTAL INCREASE

Section

Vehicle Management

GOAL STATEMENT

To manage the County equipment fleet, ensuring adequate fleet size, composition, and availability for the use of County agencies.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Fleet size

2,685

2,500

2,600

Average total cost per vehicle ($)

3,594

4,000

3,600

Percent of time general fleet equipment is available

98

97

97

Percent of time rental fleet equipment is available

99

90

90

Replacement vehicles purchased

153

300

300

Miles driven on alternative fuel

340,157

300,000

300,000

Internal customer satisfaction rating

4.10

4.20

4.20

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

Vehicle Management plans, directs, and controls all administrative work involving acquisition, assignment, utilization, replacement, and disposal of vehicles. In addition to administering the Fleet Management System, this section also manages the Financial System and is responsible for all financial activities of this internal service fund. The section promotes energy efficiency in the general vehicle fleet through the alternative fuel and advanced technology vehicle program including the acquisition and assignment of vehicles, establishing and maintaining refueling/recharging infrastructure, tracking and reporting on performance, providing a county rental fleet, and training for safe and efficient operations.

BUDGET COMMENTS ■ Fleet Services was established through Administrative Code Chapter 15.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$1,613,040

$2,419,930

$3,297,460

Total Positions

9

9

9

Section

Inventory Control

GOAL STATEMENT

To efficiently procure, stock, and issue the repair parts and fuel necessitated by fleet utilization, ensuring adequate and available inventory.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Percent of time parts procurement achieved a two-day turn around time

100

75

75

Percent of inventory available

64

80

80

Average inventory cost per numbered vehicle ($)

1,824

1,800

1,800

Number of purchase documents processed

175

800

170

Gallons of fuel purchased

1,345,930

1,300,000

1,300,000

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Inventory Control Section procures, stocks and issues repair parts at the Division's three maintenance facilities. Additionally, the on-site management control of fuel is supplied and disbursed at these facilities. Monthly physical inventories are performed at all 12 County fuel locations ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of the overall inventory system.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$3,416,635

$3,275,920

$3,725,940

Total Positions

3

3

3

Section

Equipment Maintenance

GOAL STATEMENT

To maintain the County equipment fleet for use by other County agencies at the lowest possible cost, ensuring fleet safety and reliability.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Projected

Preventive maintenance service (number of vehicles)

2,311

2,350

2,300

Percentage of general purpose vehicle repairs and preventive maintenance completed within 2 days

44

60

60

Average maintenance cost per vehicle ($)

1,266

1,300

1,300

Percent of general purpose preventive maintenance service performed on schedule

44

50

50

Percent of special purpose preventive maintenance service performed on schedule

26

50

50

Percent of time special purpose fleet equipment is available

99

93

93

Auto mechanic productivity (percentage of billable hours vs. available annually)

100

92

92

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION:

The Equipment Maintenance Section of Fleet Services Division provides maintenance and repair services to the vehicles and equipment owned and operated by Broward County. Fleet, through three maintenance facilities located throughout the County, maintains approximately 2,500 vehicle/equipment units, ranging from economy sedans and alternative fuel vehicles to earth-moving landfill dozers and other off-road and specialized equipment. Fleet utilizes a maintenance software application to schedule, track, and manage our repair and maintenance programs. The Preventive Maintenance program increases agencies productivity by decreasing vehicular downtime and providing cost savings by properly maintaining the County’s fleet. Additionally, this section provides after hours services and also operates a roving fuel truck tasked with providing on-site fueling services to the County’s landfill operations, numerous County-wide park facilities, and other County agencies.

BUDGET COMMENTS

■    In FY20, two Vehicle Service Attendant positions for a pilot program are created to assist with vehicle detailing, deliveries, and customer service.

■    In FY20, one Lead Vehicle Mechanic position is created to improve efficiencies with heavy equipment at Fleet Service Center 3.

APPROPRIATIONS

FY18 Actual

FY19 Budget

FY20 Budget

Total Expenses

$3,967,430

$4,473,340

$4,749,450

Total Positions

29

29

32

12-16 Broward County, Florida - Fiscal Year 2020 Recommended Operating Budget

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FY20 Recommended Broward County Annual Budget, July 15, 2019