1 - Heavy duty buses/coaches (including over the road coach): 40+ feet in length
2 - Heavy duty buses: 30 to 40 feet in length, up to 40 ambulatory passengers
3 - Medium duty buses: 20 to 30 feet in length; up to 35 ambulatory passengers
4 - Medium or light duty large size cutaways (body on chassis): 20 to 30 feet in length, up to 35 ambulatory passengers
5 - Light duty medium size cutaways (body on chassis): 15-25 feet in length, up to 25 ambulatory passengers
6 - Light duty small size cutaways (body on chassis): 10-20 feet in length, up to 9 ambulatory passengers
7 - Maxivans/standard vans (can be lift or non lift equipped): up to 8 ambulatory with lift or up to 12-15 ambulatory passengers without lift
8 - Minivans (can be ramp or non ramp equipped): up to 5 ambulatory with ramp or 7 ambulatory passengers without ramp
9 -Support vehicles (sedans, station wagons, SUV's, Pickups, etc.)
10 - Other (trolleys, etc.)
Is impossible or unsafe to use, using as spare or for parts.
Becoming unsafe and unreliable to operate, frequent breakdowns, excessive repair costs.
Near midpoint of useful life, obvious signs of wear, regular maintenance keeps it safe and operable, but costs exceed norm.
Well-maintained, no ongoing mechanical problems, shows minor wear.
Relatively new, no mechanical problems.
ADOT FY18 FTA Section 5310 Notice of Funding (Rev) - 1/12/2018
ADOT Transit Asset Management - Valencia Goodson, Transit Program Manager Nov. 2017
Condition Assessment Calculation & Performance Restriction (Slow Zone) Calculation Guidebooks June, 2017
Default Useful Life Benchmark (ULB) Cheatsheet
FTA-Jan 18, 2018