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14 Capital Needs Inventory

Under this agreement, Maryland, the District of Columbia and the Northern Vir- ginia jurisdictions agreed to match federal funds and provide additional capital funding critical to the transit system. The two figures below illustrate Metro’s capi- tal funding sources for the FY 2005 – 2010 period.

Metro Capital Funding Sources FY 2005 - 2010 ($2.7 Billion) $74.2

Federal Funds

$318.5

State and Local Funds

Debt/Financial Management

$1,333.2

Internal Funding Source

$1,022.4

State and Local Capital Funding Details FY 2005 - 2010 ($1.02 Billion)

$1.7

$2.9

$57.9

District of Columbia

Maryland

$113.2

$336.1

Fairfax County

$181.3

Arlington County

Alexandria

$329.3

Falls Church

City of Fairfax

The Metro Matters agreement funded specific categories of capital improve- ments. The figure on page 15 shows Metro Matters expenditures for FY 2005

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    2010. Here, expenditures are shown by asset categories corresponding to

those presented in this report, which include vehicles and vehicle parts, fleet maintenance facilities, systems and technology, track and structures, passenger facilities, maintenance equipment, and support facilities. Reimbursable projects (site-specific projects that are funded entirely by the jurisdictions) are not in- cluded in this capital funding discussion.

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