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$2.6 million – Redwood Transit's 2012-13 proposed budget.

$1.1 million – Portion of Redwood Transit income from fares and Jack Pass fees (the rest come from local transportation funds received by the county and cities).

500,000 – Lifespan of a bus in miles.

$210,000 – Amount of fares that came from Jack Pass student fees.

50 – Number of stops on the Mainline (25 northbound and 25 southbound).

50 – Number of trips Eureka Transit buses make per day.

50 – Number of Mainline trips a day.

32 – Number of Humboldt Transit Authority drivers.

12 – Lifespan in years of a transit bus.

11 – Number of SoHum Intercity trips a day.

7 – Number of hybrid buses in the system – two for Eureka Transit, five for Redwood Transit. The rest of the buses are diesel.

6 – Number of SoHum Local trips a day.

Source: Humboldt Transit Authority

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