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TCLC Gold Star Transparency
We are proud to be part of this program, which recognizes local governments across Texas that strive to meet a high standard for financial transparency online. Capital Metro has achieved the gold standard four years running.

 
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Finance and Audit Info

At Capital Metro, we strive for the highest possible degree of online financial transparency.

As of Sept 29, 2014, our FY2015 Budget has been approved by the board of directors and is available for public review.

Budget and Financial Info

Fiscal Year 2015 Budget Summary

Revenue - Budgeted $322,142,954

2014 Revenue Pie Chart

Service Area Sales Tax: 61.18% - Estimated $197,529,123

Fund Balance: 10.25% - Estimated $33,000,000

Operating Grants: 8.7% - Estimated $28,000,000

Passenger Revenue: 6.83% - Estimated $22,794,787

Capital Grants: 6.52% - Estimated $21,641,992

Bus Loan Proceeds: 3.11% - Estimated $10,000,000

Freight Revenue: 1.49% - Estimated $4,861,127

Other Revenue: 0.96% - Estimated $3,118,597

Interlocal Agreements & TXDOT: 0.31% - Estimated $1,012,179

 

Operating Expenditures - Budgeted $322,142,954

2014 Expenditure Pie Chart

Operations: 68.94% - Estimated $222,821,826

Capital Expenses: 25.16% - Estimated $81,947,536

Interlocal Agreements: 3.73% - Estimated $12,769,829

Loan Payments: 1.43% - Estimated $4,603,763

 

Annual Budgets

The annual budget provides for the day-to-day operations of Capital Metro, including salaries, benefits, services, materials, equipment and construction projects. Capital Metro's fiscal year is October 1 -September 30.

Monthly Financial Status Reports

These reports contain monthly income statements, budget variances by department, capital project expenditures, and projected cash flows for the current fiscal year.

Stimulus Funding

Learn how Capital Metro is using $26.1 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.

Executive Pay (Base Salaries)

  • Linda Watson, Chief Executive Officer * - $261,189/yr
  • Elaine Timbes, Deputy Chief Operating Officer * - $198,980/yr
  • Melvin Clark, VP Rail Operations - $157,466/yr
  • Todd Hemingson, VP Strategic Planning & Development - $157,312/yr
  • Dan Dawson, VP, Marketing and Communications - $159,247/yr
  • John Hodges, VP, Real Estate & Asset Management - $153,387/yr
  • Donna Simmons, VP, Administration & Risk Management Compliance & Interim CFO - $166,192/yr
  • Ken Cartwright, VP, Capital Construction & Engineering - $152,550/yr
  • Dottie Watkins, VP, Bus & Paratransit Services - $152,550/yr
  • Caroline Beyer, VP Internal Audit - $135,587/yr
  • Joe Iannello, Chief Information Officer - $165,485/yr
  • Kerri Butcher, Chief Counsel - $141,993/yr
  • Gerardo Castillo - Chief of Staff - $139,307/yr

* Base salary does not include deferred compensation