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American Public Transportation Association

 Classifieds for June 26, 2015

Passenger Transport classified ads are the leading marketplace for the public transportation industry. In every biweekly issue, transit systems and businesses place their requests for bids and proposals, help wanted notices, and for sale advertisements - and they get results. All classifieds that appear in print also appear in the online electronic version of Passenger Transport, reaching more than 18,000 readers.

Table Of Contents


  • Bids/Proposals

    • Missouri Department of Transportation - RFB

      THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF
      TRANSPORTATION WILL BE SEEKING BIDS FOR THE FOLLOWING VEHICLE TYPES:

      1. Lowered floor accessible mini-vans
      2. Medium Duty cutaway buses
      3. Bus body on van chassis cutaway type buses
      4. Standard factory 15 passenger vans
      5. Standard factory long wheelbase mini-vans
      6. Sedans

      Vehicle Specifications will be available on MoDOT website: www.modot.org

      Pre-Bid Conference will be on 7/09/15 @ 9:00am and bid opening will be on 7/29/15 @ 1:00pm.
      For more information please contact:
      Mr. Dion Knipp
      Transit Section - Multimodal Operations
      Department of Transportation
      P.O. Box 270
      Jefferson City, MO 65102
      (573) 751-2523
      (573) 526-4709 (Fax)
      Email: Dion.Knipp@modot.mo.gov


    • Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority - RFP

      ​PUBLIC NOTICE AND
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)

      Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) will receive proposals from qualified firms to provide demand response services. Proposals must be received in the METRO office at 201 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, in sealed envelopes marked “DEMAND RESPONSE / RFP 15-05” no later than 3:00 PM Central Time, Friday, July 31, 2015. The proposal schedule will allow thirty-three (33) calendar days for proposal submission.

      The RFP document package may be obtained from the office of Topeka Metro, 201 N. Kansas Avenue, Topeka, KS 66603, on or after Monday, June 29, 2015 by contacting Michael J Benson. Interested manufacturers may download the RFP document package from the METRO website (www.topekametro.com) or call (785) 233-2011 x129 to arrange for pickup or mailing.

      Topeka Metropolitan Transit Authority
      201 North Kansas Avenue
      Topeka, KS 66603


    • Greater Portland Transit District - RFP

      MID-SIZED, LOW FLOOR
      BODY-ON-CHASSIS-BUSES
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
      GREATER PORTLAND TRANSIT DISTRICT - METRO

      Greater Portland Transit District - METRO -- REQUEST FOR BIDS/PROPOSALS for buses:
      Minimum – 3 (three) buses
      Maximum – 7 (seven) buses

      The term of contract will be three (3) years from date of contract award.

      Bidding/proposal instructions, specifications, and contractual terms and conditions are available at: http://www.gpmetrobus.net/index.php/inside-metro3/rfps
      Pre-proposal meeting: June 25, 2015 at 10 a.m.

      Deadline for submitting questions is: July 2, 2015 at 2 p.m.
      Deadline for submissions is: July 31, 2015 at 2 p.m.

      Contact METRO’s Chief Transportation Officer, Glenn Fenton – 207-517-3029, gfenton@gpmetrobus.com for additional information.


    • City of Modesto - RFP

      EXTERIOR BUS ADVERTISING SERVICES
      INVITATION TO PROPOSERS

      The City of Modesto, California, is soliciting proposals for an exclusive five-year contract to market, sell, install and maintain exterior advertising on the City’s transit buses.

      Request for Proposals (RFP) can be downloaded from the City of Modesto’s Purchasing website at http://www.modestogov.com/fin/purchasing. The following commodity codes were used:
      91807 – Advertising, Consulting
      91504 - Advertising, Outdoor Billboard
      91503 – Advertising/Public Relations

      A pre-proposal conference is scheduled for 10:00 A.M., July 9, 2015. Proposals are due prior to 11:00 A.M., August 11, 2015.

      Questions regarding this procurement may be directed to:
      Fred Cavanah
      Transit Manager
      Telephone: (209) 577-5295
      FAX: (209) 571-5521
      E-mail: fcavanah@modestogov.com


    • Ben Franklin Transit - RFP

      BEN FRANKLIN TRANSIT
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
      COMPREHENSIVE SERVICE PLAN STUDY
      RFP 14-15

      Ben Franklin Transit, (hereinafter referred to as BFT), a municipal corporation of the State of Washington, located at 1000 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA, is requesting proposals from qualified consultants interested in providing a Comprehensive Service Plan Study for improved route efficiency and effectiveness on its fixed route system.
      Requests for Changes or Clarifications are due No Later Than 2:00 PM (PST) on 7/7/2015. Proposals are due No Later Than 2:00 PM (PST) on 7/17/2015. A copy of RFP 14-15 may be obtained at 1000 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA 99352, or by contacting Rob Orvis, Procurement Supervisor, (509) 734-5125, e-mail: rorvis@bft.org.

      Protest Procedure Policy

      BFT’s protest procedure policy can be obtained by contacting Rob Orvis, Procurement Supervisor, by the above address or phone number. Contractors who can demonstrate substantial economic interest may protest BFT’s decision regarding a provision of the Request for Proposal or contract award.

      Equal Employment Opportunity

      The contractor will be required to comply with all applicable Equal Employment laws and regulations.

      Disadvantaged Business Goals

      BFT affirmatively ensures that disadvantaged and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (W/DBE’S) will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals to this request and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.

      WISHA and OSHA Regulations

      The contractor agrees to abide by all laws, rules and regulations promulgated by the United States of America, the State of Washington, or any agencies or subdivisions thereof, specifically including WISHA and OSHA regulations currently in effect during contract term.

      Contractors will be required to follow all Federal, State, and Local rules and regulations.

      BFT reserves the right to reject any or all Proposals and to waive informalities and minor irregularities in offers received. This Request for Proposals may be canceled and any and all Proposals may be rejected in whole or in part when it is in the best interest of BFT.


    • Ben Franklin Transit - RFP

      BEN FRANKLIN TRANSIT
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL
      FIXED ROUTE TRANSIT COACHES
      RFP 06-15

      Ben Franklin Transit, (hereinafter referred to as BFT), a municipal corporation of the State of Washington, located at 1000 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA, is requesting proposals from contractors to provide firm, fixed pricing for a minimum of four (4) fixed route low floor transit coaches.

      Requests for changes or clarifications are due No Later Than 2:00 PM (PST) on 9/2/2015. Proposals are due No Later Than 2:00 PM (PST) on 9/23/2015. A copy of RFP 06-15 may be obtained at 1000 Columbia Park Trail, Richland, WA 99352, or by contacting Rob Orvis, Procurement Supervisor, (509) 734-5125, e-mail: rorvis@bft.org.

      Protest Procedure Policy

      BFT’s protest procedure policy can be obtained by contacting Rob Orvis, Procurement Supervisor, by the above address or phone number. Contractors who can demonstrate substantial economic interest may protest BFT’s decision regarding a provision of the request for proposal or contract award.

      Equal Employment Opportunity

      The contractor will be required to comply with all applicable Equal Employment laws and regulations.

      Disadvantaged Business Goals

      BFT affirmatively ensures that disadvantaged and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (W/DBE’S) will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals to this request and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin in consideration for an award.

      WISHA and OSHA Regulations

      The contractor agrees to abide by all laws, rules and regulations promulgated by the United States of America, the State of Washington, or any agencies or subdivisions thereof, specifically including WISHA and OSHA regulations currently in effect during contract term.

      Contractors will be required to follow all Federal, State, and Local rules and regulations, including Federal Transit Administration requirements. BFT reserves the right to reject any or all proposals and to waive informalities and minor irregularities in offers received. This request for proposals may be canceled and any and all Proposals may be rejected in whole or in part when it is in the best interest of BFT.


    • City of Fargo - RFP

      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
      MASS TRANSIT OPERATIONAL SERVICES
      FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA
      MOORHEAD, MINNESOTA

      Notice is hereby given that the City of Fargo, North Dakota and the City of Moorhead, Minnesota, will receive sealed bids for mass transit operational services until 2:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time on Wednesday, July 29, 2015, at which time the bids will be publicly opened. Bids received after the specified date/time will be considered late bids and will not be opened or considered for award.

      The Cities of Fargo and Moorhead provide public transportation services to the metro area, including fixed route and demand-responsive of approximately 146,000 hours per year. The system utilizes 58 City-owned buses. The anticipated contract period is three years beginning January 1, 2016, with an option clause to extend the contract for one two-year period.

      The Cities of Fargo and Moorhead Transit services are partially funded by the North Dakota Department of Transportation and the Minnesota Department of Transportation, and up to 50% by the Federal Transit Administration.

      All bids must be accompanied by two (2) separate cashier’s checks drawn upon a reputable bank in North Dakota or Minnesota, or a surety bond (authorized to transact business in North Dakota and Minnesota) as follows: 1) One (1) cashier’s check made payable to the City of Moorhead in an amount equal to 10% of the first year contract amount for Moorhead only; 2) One (1) cashier’s check made payable to the City of Fargo in an amount equal to 5% of the first year contract amount for Fargo only.

      All bidders are notified that disadvantaged, women-owned, and small business enterprises are encouraged to submit responses to this request. The Cities of Fargo and Moorhead will ensure that respondents to this request will not be discriminated against based on sex, race, color, creed or national origin in consideration of an award.
      A pre-bid meeting will be held on Wednesday, July 15, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. in the Metro Transit Garage, 650 23rd Street North, Fargo, North Dakota.Interested proposers are encouraged to attend.

      The Cities of Fargo and Moorhead reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to waive any informalities or technicalities in the bidding.
      Copies of the Request for Proposals may be obtained by contacting:
      Julie Bommelman
      Transit Administrator, City of Fargo
      650 23rd Street North
      Fargo, ND 58102
      Phone: 701-241-8140 FAX: 701-241-8558
      Email: Jbommelman@matbus.com

      or

      Lori Van Beek
      Transit Manager, City of Moorhead
      650 23rd Street North
      Fargo, ND 58102
      Phone: 701-476-6686 FAX: 701-241-8558
      Email: Lvanbeek@matbus.com


    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - IFB

      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
      AUTHORITY (METRO)

      Metro will receive Bids for Invitation for Bids (IFB) No. OP13882 to procure new curtainside trailers per specifications on file at the LACMTA Office of Procurement, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, 90012 (9th Floor).

      All Bids must be submitted to Metro, and be filed at the reception desk of the Office of Materiel on or before 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 23, 2015 Pacific Time, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read. Bids received later than the above date and time will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened. Each bid must be sealed and marked Bid No. OP13882.

      Bid specifications will be available as of Tuesday June 23, 2015 via the website at www.metro.net. You may also obtain Bid specifications by calling the PROCUREMENT RECEPTION DESK (9th Floor) at (213) 922-1037, or via Fax at (213) 922-1004.


    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - IFB

      LOS ANGELES COUNTY METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
      AUTHORITY (METRO)

      Metro will receive Bids for Invitation for Bids (IFB) No. OP13293 to procure new heavy-duty tractors per specifications on file at the LACMTA Office of Procurement, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA, 90012 (9th Floor).

      All Bids must be submitted to Metro, and be filed at the reception desk of the Office of Materiel on or before 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 22, 2015 Pacific Time, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read. Bids received later than the above date and time will be rejected and returned to the bidder unopened. Each bid must be sealed and marked Bid No. OP13293.

      Bid specifications will be available as of Monday June 22, 2015 via the website at www.metro.net. You may also obtain Bid specifications by calling the PROCUREMENT RECEPTION DESK (9th Floor) at (213) 922-1037, or via Fax at (213) 922-1004.


  • Help Wanted

    • APTA - Assistant Vice President

      ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT

      Washington DC based Association is seeking a dynamic Assistant Vice President to lead our public transportation safety, security, operations and technical services area. Duties will include oversight of activities and program development for Rail Safety Audit program, Commuter Rail Safety program as well as the Bus Safety Management Program. This work also includes oversight to the Association’s standards development program. Provides guidance and support to committees and conferences. Must be able to set budgets and manage staff. Consensus building and strengthening the Association’s working relationships with relevant government agencies and Congressional Committees will be vitally important for this role. Successful candidate must possess a Bachelor’s degree (master’s preferred) in transportation, engineering, business management, planning or related field; 10 or more years’ professional experience required. Must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience at a senior management level in public sector transportation agencies, preferably with responsibility for, or oversight of, transportation operations. Project/program management experience also required. Must have strong organizational, management and interpersonal skills with knowledge of transportation policy development. Please send resume with salary history to: APTA, 1666 K Street, NW, #1100, Washington, DC 20006 or email to aptajobs@apta.com or fax to 202-496-4326. EOE Principals Only


    • North Central Regional Transit District - Human Resources Director

      HUMAN RESOURCES DIRECTOR
      NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL TRANSIT DISTRICT (NCRTD)
      ESPANOLA, NM
      WWW.NCRTD.ORG

      The NCRTD, located in the beautiful Santa Fe/Taos region of northern New Mexico, is seeking a Human Resources Director.

      Qualifications and Experience: Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management, Public Administration, or a related field. Four years of progressively responsible experience creating and delivering training and organizational development programs is required. Professional certification as PHR or SPHR preferred.

      Compensation: The hiring range is $68,974 to $86,217, DOQ. Benefits package includes health, dental, vision, vacation/sick leaves, and retirement through state PERA.

      Application Process: Please submit electronically a letter of interest, resume, several references and current salary to:
      Gary Suiter
      Senior Vice President
      The Mercer Group, Inc.
      (970) 963-0752
      Email: gsuiter@mercergroupinc.com

      Detailed brochure is available at District’s website (above) or at www.mercergroupinc.com. Position will remain open until filled. First review of applicants is on July 10, 2015. EOE/ADA


    • Capital District Transportation Authority - Director of Transportation

      DIRECTOR OF TRANSPORTATION
      CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
      ALBANY, NY

      The Capital District Transportation Authority (CDTA) operates in one of the most progressive areas in the Northeast, a four county, 800,000 person, 2,300 square mile, service area in and around the Empire State’s Capital Region. With an annual consolidated budget of approximately $80 million, CDTA ridership has increased to 25% over the last 5 years, to a record 17 million in 2014. Service is expected to continue to grow at a steady pace over the next 5 years.
      Reporting directly to the CEO, the Director of Transportation will be responsible for day-to-day management, budgeting, dispatch, safety and on-time performance of CDTA’s 234 buses, 36 paratransit vehicles, and 14 commuter coaches, which operate on 52 routes and serve 2,777 stops.

      He/she will work collaboratively with other senior staff, such as the Director of Maintenance, and with the represented workforce, to ensure CDTA continues to provide first class service for its 60,000 daily customer boardings and a positive work environment for its 638 employees.

      The incumbent will also help develop and implement CDTA’s strategic vision, and will be familiar with the use of trend analysis and measurable metrics, as well as with emerging industry practices and technologies to maximize efficiency and maintain CDTA’s position as an industry leader. He/she will make recommendations for the continuous improvement of service delivery to the CEO, the Board of Directors, and the general community.

      Salary and benefits are competitive. More details are available at: www.harrisrand.com/cdtadot.html or by contacting Christopher Boylan at Harris Rand Lusk Executive Search: cboylan@harrisrand.com.


    • Capital Area Transit - Fixed Route Operations Manager

      FIXED ROUTE OPERATIONS MANAGER

      Capital Area Transit located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and serving 3,000,000 passengers a year is currently seeking a highly qualified candidate for the position of Fixed Route Operations Manager. This position is responsible for managing, planning and organizing the delivery of transportation services for the fixed route bus division; and providing direction and supervision over assigned staff while ensuring safe and efficient State and Federal compliant services to the public.
      As a Department Head, is held responsible and accountable for providing strategic planning, direction, goals and objectives in developing departmental policy, budgets, operation and staffing. The Fixed Route Operations Manager reports to the Assistant General Manager.

      The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, General Business Administration, Transportation or a related field; as well as seven years of progressively responsible supervisory/management level experience in a transit agency or equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.

      Closing Date: July 25, 2015 unless filled sooner

      To request an application packet, please contact the Human Resources Department at: rreid@cattransit.com


    • Walt Disney World - Bus Drivers

      ​Walt Disney World® Bus Drivers have a passion for transportation and enjoy taking part in making our resort guests’ vacation dreams come true.

      Apply today to join the Walt Disney World Resort team as a Bus Driver by visiting WaltDisneyWorld.jobs.


    • Amtrak - Senior Manager, Service Planning and Costing

      WASHINGTON, DC - AMTRAK

      The Senior Manager, Service Planning and Costing leads the route and service change evaluation process and forecasting state corridor payments. It supervises three planners who assist in these efforts. The position manages inter-department teams to develop accurate cost and contribution impact forecasts. It provides evaluation results and recommendations to senior management and external customers in written and presentation form. To qualify, you must have a Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Economics, Transportation, Business, Public Administration, or related field and 10 years of related work experience or an equivalent combination. Prefer: Master’s in a related field.

      Amtrak is committed to equal employment opportunity for all qualified employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other protected characteristic.

      Amtrak offers a competitive benefit package and salaries commensurate with experience. Submit your application online at www.amtrak.com/careers.


    • BART - General Superintendent

      GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT, EBART
      OPERATIONS
      SALARY: $112, 873 - 174,004 ANNUALLY

      eBART is the ten mile diesel rail start up system that will extend the BART service from Pittsburgh-Baypoint to Antioch via a double track alignment located in median of State Route 4 in East Contra Costa County. This position will be responsible for providing direction and oversight for all eBART program development and start up activities including development and implementation of operating rules and training programs, engineer training and operations, Dispatch and field supervisory plans and programs and all other aspects related to the transportation and field management aspects of the eBART service.

      To apply please visit www.bart.gov/jobs
      EOE


    • Orange County Transportation Authority - Rail System Safety Specialist, Principal

      ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (OCTA)
      RAIL SYSTEM SAFETY SPECIALIST, PRINCIPAL
      2015-1572

      About OCTA:
      The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the county’s primary transportation agency.  OCTA creates funds and delivers efficient transportation for Orange County.  We keep Orange County moving with extensive bus and paratransit service, Metrolink commuter rail service, the 91 Express Lanes Toll Road, motorist services and freeway, street and road improvement projects.  OCTA began in in 1991 with the consolidation of seven separate transportation agencies.  OCTA is dedicated to its organizational mission and core values.  OCTA’s mission is to develop and deliver transportation solutions to enhance quality of life and keep Orange County moving.  OCTA’s core values consist of integrity, teamwork, communication, customer focus, and can-do spirit.
      Overview:
      Under general direction, performs a variety of progressively complex duties related to rail system safety programs, employee safety, hazard mitigation, regulatory training, and program evaluation.  Manages all efforts associated with the design, implementation, and maintenance of a Rail Safety Management System program.  Directs and oversees all regulatory compliance programs in accordance with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Public Utilities Commission (PUC), Cal/OSHA, and all other oversight agencies.
      This position is in Salary Grade T: Min $80,329.60- Mid $101,483.20 - Max $122,616.00 per year.  The starting salary will be within this range based on qualifications.
      The application deadline for this position is July 3, 2015.

      Responsibilities:
      • Manages and directs all efforts associated with OCTA’s Rail System Safety Management System (SMS) while applying all regulatory required processes defined by the FTA and the local PUC.
      • Develops and implements health and safety compliance programs for Agency-wide rail operations.  Helps determine the applicable programs to be implemented and ensures programs are continuously updated according to current regulations and industry best management practices.
      • Serves as OCTA’s rail safety oversight representative and maintains all necessary training and certification as such under the FTA and PUC.
      • Responds to and investigates complaints or incidents related to rail safety, fleet and systems safety, and public safety impacts.  Conducts in-depth HSEC analysis of the salient issues and provides recommended corrective actions that address the root cause of the incidents. Provides expertise in resolving rail system safety issues.
      • Inspects and verifies agency compliance with safety and health policies/regulations; recommends and ensures refinements are implemented.
      • Leads committee efforts and meetings related to rail system safety, employee safety, public safety, and fleet safety.
      • Reports accidents or incidents to governmental agencies in accordance with regulatory mandates; submits required reports, plans and all required documentation in a timely manner.
      • Tracks and manages OCTA’s National Transit Database (NTD) reporting requirements. Helps prepare and present studies and analysis of industrial accidents and health hazard evaluations to support internal/external audits and continuous improvement of OCTA’s rail safety programs.
      • Reviews, revises, and/or develops manuals, procedures, and other communications related to safety programs and policies in accordance with regulatory standards and best management practices.
      • Oversees all rail contracts that have associated rail safety implications, works with the contract Project Managers to ensure appropriate contractual verbiage is included in all such agreements.  Drives contractor compliance to the requirements set forth by regulatory standards, OCTA’s expectations, and contract obligations.

      Qualifications:
      Any combination of education or experience equivalent to a bachelor's degree in Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene, or related field with a minimum of approximately seven years related experience (ten years preferred) in health and safety, five years of which were managing regulatory compliance activities associated with passenger rail operations.  Prior experience in Safety Management System (SMS) design/oversight, worker training, risk assessment strategies, worksite evaluation, field auditing, preventative and corrective action identification, and hazard mitigation is required.
      Current certification as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) or Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH) desired, or the ability to obtain such certification within six months of hire.  A related Master’s degree is desirable.

      Knowledge of:
      • Industry safety practices and regulatory experience with the FTA, PUC, Cal/OSHA, Federal OSHA, Orange County Healthcare Agency, Fire Code, Building Code, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health codes, etc.
      • Newly proposed rail safety regulations under implementation by the FTA, to include Moving Ahead for Progress (MAP 21) initiatives.
      • Safety Management System (SMS) development, implementation, and maintenance.  Application of such program in the passenger rail industry.
      • Advanced principles of employee protection.
      • Risk assessment strategies.
      • Corrective and preventative action identification and implementation.
      • Methods of developing and presenting health and safety training.
      • Health and safety products and hazard control/mitigation techniques.
      • General chemistry, safety engineering, and industrial hygiene principles.
      • Principles and methods of incident investigations, job hazard analyses, hazard mitigation.
      • Emergency response planning and responsibilities.
      • Best practices and networking affiliations with safety and health service organizations.
      • Computer applications proficiency utilizing desktop software (Office Suite) and database applications including Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Access, etc.
      • Project management techniques.
      • Principles and techniques of business communication, including written, verbal and training methods.
      • Effective presentation strategies.

      Ability to:
      • Evaluate site conditions and worker behaviors and resolve problems and/or conflicts in the field.
      • Establish and maintain effective working relationships amongst all levels of the organizations and function as in-house consultant on health and safety matters.
      • Conduct effective technical training in applicable health and safety topics.
      • Develop, implement, and oversee workplace health and safety programs in a public agency environment.
      • Collaborate and work effectively with multiple departments and personnel, and to work as a team within own department.
      • Work independently as a health and safety project manager and demonstrate advanced problem solving skills.
      • Communicate effectively and clearly using both written and verbal communications with employees at all levels in the Authority.
      • Prioritize work load and complete projects and assignments with accuracy and timeliness.
      • Organize, analyze, interpret, and clearly explain operation/technical information in simple terms.
      • Conduct all business in a professional, collaborative, and respectful manner with both internal and external customers and staff.

      Disclaimer:
      The above statements are intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification.  They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, skills, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
      Compensation and Benefits:
      OCTA offers an attractive compensation and benefits package.  The specific features of this package include: medical, dental and vision insurance; retirement; vacation and holiday pay; life insurance; deferred compensation plan; short-term and long-term disability plans; flexible spending accounts; educational reimbursement; flex time schedules; and ergonomic/wellness programs.  Salary is dependent upon qualifications.
      Application and Selection Process:
      For further information about this exciting career opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website at https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1572/job.  Applications must include a ten year work history and be fully complete.  We are unable to accept resumes in lieu of an online application.  OCTA does not sponsor H1B or other work visas.  For additional information, please contact the Employment Office at (714) 560-5600.  OCTA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
      OCTA is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and ensures that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.

    • Orange County Transportation Authority - Streetcar Program Manager, Capital Programs/Rail & Facilities

      ORANGE COUNTY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (OCTA)
      STREETCAR PROGRAM MANAGER
      CAPITAL PROGRAMS/RAIL & FACILITIES
      2015-1568

      About OCTA:
      The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is the county’s primary transportation agency.  OCTA creates, funds and delivers efficient transportation for Orange County.  We keep Orange County moving with extensive bus and paratransit service, Metrolink commuter rail service, the 91 Express Lanes Toll Road, motorist services and freeway, street and road improvement projects.  OCTA began in in 1991 with the consolidation of seven separate transportation agencies.  OCTA is dedicated to its organizational mission and core values.  OCTA’s mission is to develop and deliver transportation solutions to enhance quality of life and keep Orange County moving.  OCTA’s core values consist of integrity, teamwork, communication, customer focus, and can-do spirit.
      Overview:
      Under minimal guidance, plans, manages and oversees the development, planning, initial and final design, construction and implementation of the OC Streetcar program. Manages the preparation of design and construction bid documents, and oversees the contracts to ensure compliance with all applicable local, State and Federal requirements.
      This position is Salary Grade V: Min $99,528.00 - Mid $126,484.80 - Max $153,400.00 per year.  The starting salary will be within this range based on qualifications.
      The application deadline for this position is Friday, July 3, 2015.

      Responsibilities:
       
      • Serves as the project manager for the OC Streetcar, including oversight of the development, planning, initial and final design, construction, final testing and operations.
      • Manages all contracts, including the development of requests for proposals, proposal evaluation and recommended award; and all post award compliance, with scope, schedule budget and deliverables.
      • Incorporates principles of risk management, identifies risk areas and reports and addresses with management and project team.
      • Ensures all project related activities are in full compliance with Federal New Starts and other applicable State and Local funding requirements.
      • Interprets and applies Federal and State funding and project delivery laws, protocols, guidelines, standards, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with all requirements.
      • Prepares or oversees the preparation of all necessary regular, periodic and special project reports, technical documents, reports, studies, presentations and project related materials for use in a variety of meetings and settings.
      • Develops, updates and monitors project budget; tracks project expenditures, reviews invoices for accuracy and consistency with contractual obligations.
      • Coordinates with all project stakeholders, including Cities, community groups, County, State and Federal regulatory agencies and other as appropriate.
      • Develops, negotiates and manages a wide of agreements and contracts with government, municipal and private entities as necessary for the project development.
      • Develops, negotiates and manages a wide variety of permits with federal, state and local government agencies.
       
      Qualifications:
      Any combination of bachelor's degree in engineering, planning, public administration, business administration, or a closely related field with a minimum of approximately eight years professional experience involving construction contract administration, program evaluation, project management, and various contract and administrative analyses, including experience involving transportation programs. An applicable advanced degree is desirable.
      Knowledge of:
      • Principles and practices of capital project development as applied to the design, cost estimating, construction, testing and acceptance of streetcar or other rail systems.
      • Principles of contracting for professional services, contract management and compliance.
      • Administrative principles and practices, including program development, implementation and evaluation and project management.
      • Principles and management of budget development and compliance with State and Federal funding sources.
      • Effective oral and written communication techniques and skills.
      • Streetcar and other rail operating requirements and regulations.

      Ability to:
      • Manage and monitor complex programs and projects, on-time and within budget.
      • Negotiate contracts, contract changes and resolve contractual disputes.
      • Interpret, apply, explain and ensure compliance with Federal, State and local policies, procedures, laws and regulations.
      • Analyze, interpret, summarize and present technical information and data in an effective manner.
      • Ability to prepare clear and concise reports, correspondence, policies, procedures and other written materials.
      • Organize and prioritize a variety of projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner, organize own work, set priorities and meet critical time deadlines.
      • Effectively represent OCTA as the project lead, in meetings with governmental agencies, community groups and various businesses, professional and regulatory organizations, and in meetings with various stakeholders.

      Disclaimer:
      The above statements are intended to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. They are not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, skills and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.
       
      Compensation and Benefits:
      OCTA offers an attractive compensation and benefits package.  The specific features of this package include: medical, dental and vision insurance; retirement; vacation and holiday pay; life insurance; deferred compensation plan; flex-time schedule; short-term and long-term disability plans; flexible spending accounts; educational reimbursement; and ergonomic/wellness programs.  Salary is dependent upon qualifications.
      Application and Selection Process:
      For further information about this exciting career opportunity and to apply online, please visit our website at https://jobs-octa.icims.com/jobs/1568/streetcar-program-manager/job.  Applications must include a ten year work history and be fully complete.  We are unable to accept resumes in lieu of an online application.  OCTA does not sponsor H1B or other work visas.  For additional information, please contact the Employment Office at (714) 560-5600. 
       
      OCTA is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer and ensures that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or veteran status.
       

    • SANDAG - Transportation Demand Manager

      TRANSPORTATION DEMAND
      MANAGEMENT (TDM) PROGRAM MANAGER

      The San Diego Association of Government s (SANDAG) is looking for a TDM Program Manager to provide strategic leadership for the development, implementation, and communication of TDM programs and projects. Call (619) 699-1900 or visit www.sandag.org/jobs for information. Closes 7/10/15. EOE.


    • Transit Mutual Insurance

      SAFETY DIRECTOR

      Transit Mutual Insurance is seeking a highly organized, independent, motivated and creative person to provide safety and loss control services to the 18 Wisconsin public transit systems it insures. The Safety Director conducts training programs and safety audits for the transit systems as well as provides safety information and serves as a safety resource person. For the position description and information about the application process, go to www.transitmutual.com. Applications must be received by July 10.


    • Metra - Chief Human Resources Officer

      METRA
      CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER

      Summary of Duties
      Reporting directly to the Executive Director/CEO, the Chief Human Resources Officer will plan, direct and control the overall operations of the Human Resources department to ensure that all functions of Employment Services, HR Administration, Workforce Planning and Medical Services are performed in an accurate, timely and effective manner. Oversee the development of departmental and divisional objectives, policies and procedures and monitors performance to ensure compliance. Perform other related duties as needed to meet the ongoing needs of the organization.

      Minimum Acceptable Qualifications
      • Must have Bachelor’s degree OR in lieu of degree, any combination of education and experience may be substituted for the required degree that equals four (4) years in human resources.
      • In addition, must have ten (10) years of managerial Human Resources experience in talent management, training and organizational development, compensation and benefits, benefits negotiations, succession planning, strategic leader development, participation in and knowledge of recruitment and selection, drug and alcohol free workplace program, and FMLA; in-depth understanding of all employment laws, civil rights laws and Department of Labor regulations (wage and hour laws) preferably in railroading, transportation or related industry.
      • Must have seven (7) years of direct supervisory experience that includes day-to-day employee management, assigning tasks, providing guidance and training, monitoring performance, conflict management, budgeting, hiring, disciplinary and/or termination.
      • Experience in a key HR leadership role working directly with executive/senior level management.
      • Strong interpersonal skills in dealing with the Board of Directors, the media and/or other external groups and organizations.
      • Strong and effective oral and written communication skills are essential.
      All employees are responsible for performing their job safely and in accordance with the safety objectives, goals and program of the organization, ensuring compliance with applicable safety rules and regulations.
      Other Important Information
      • Selected candidates are subject to a physical examination/drug test and background check to verify information regarding education, employment, vehicle and criminal history.
      • Relocation is not available for this position.

      Company Overview

      Metra is one of the largest commuter rail systems in North America and provides commuter rail service between the downtown Chicago business district and 240 stations in northeastern Illinois, with over 11 routes totaling about 500 route miles. Metra operates 700 weekday trains, providing more than 300,000 passenger trips a day.

      Response Information

      If you are interested in applying for a position at Metra, please send your cover letter which must include the position title, your resume and salary history to: E-mail: jobs@metrarr.com

      Metra is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. It is our policy to fill vacant positions with qualified candidates without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability, assuming an individual can perform the essential functions of the job with or without accommodation.

      Metra / 547 W. Jackson Blvd. / Chicago, IL 60661


    • Golden Gate Bridge Highway & Transportation District - Assistant Payroll Administrator

      ​GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE HIGHWAY & TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT
      ASSISTANT PAYROLL ADMINISTRATOR (PS100952)

      This position is located at the San Rafael Administration Building
      SALARY RANGE: $69,673.50 to $84,201.00 plus excellent benefits (37.5 hour workweek)

      Employee pays up to 8% of salary/wage toward CalPERS retirement plan

      DATE POSTED: May 29, 2015
      CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
      OPEN TO: All Qualified Candidates
      OPENINGS: 1 and to create an Eligibility List for this recruitment

      POSITION DESCRIPTION:

      The Assistant Payroll Administrator serves a strategic support role in a fast-paced, highly-unionized environment undergoing cultural change. The Assistant Payroll Administrator facilitates the activities of the Payroll Department through subordinate staff, in collaboration with the District’s Officers, Deputy General Managers, and department heads to support the District’s operations and objectives. Partners with HR, A&D, IT, Risk Management, Accounting and Finance departments, and third party payroll service providers to ensure accurate payroll processing. Key areas of responsibility include, but are not limited to the effective use of complex, integrated electronic information technology applications as they relate to payroll; oversight of payroll processing functions; all payroll system maintenance and controls; compliance with federal, state, Memorandum of Understanding contracts, California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS) and other pension legislation; support and implementation of District’s policies and procedures.

      MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS:
      A combination of college level training and position related experience equivalent to:
      • Bachelor’s degree in Finance/Business required or additional qualifying experience may be substituted on a year-for-year basis in lieu of formal education. Applicants must attach a statement supporting additional qualifying experience.
      • A minimum of five years of in-house payroll processing and reporting requirements for federal, state and public agency pension authorities in organizations of 500+ employees.
      • A minimum three years of recent related professional and/or managerial level Payroll systems knowledge.
      • A minimum of three years supervisory or directly related lead experience.
      • Proficient using personal computer and applicable software (MS Word, Excel and Power Point, Project).
      • Experience with time and labor implementation highly desirable.
      • Experience with public sector payroll accounting highly desirable.

      REQUIRED LICENSE(S):
      • CPP (Certified Payroll Professional) certification highly desirable; FPC (Fundamental Payroll Certification) strongly preferred.
      • Must possess and maintain a current, valid California driver’s license and satisfactory driving record.
      • May operate District vehicles.

      ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
      • Performs maintenance of an accurate, efficient HRIS (Human Resources Information System) system in compliance with federal (i.e. FLSA, FMLA), state, Memorandum of Understanding contracts, CalPERS and other pension legislation as it relates to the payroll module.
      • Participates in collaboration with HR and Information Systems departments to implement new HR/Payroll programs/policies and/or modify existing programs/polices within the payroll module to increase operating efficiency and convenience within the budgetary constraints of the District.
      • Provides configuration, data maintenance and security support for time and labor application.
      • Creates documentation/procedures and user job aids to assist in the training of department resources and communication of time and labor application and/or process changes.
      • Manages user’s access and compliance to established time and attendance policies as it relates to time and labor application.
      • Takes ownership of functional issues by identifying underlying problems, analyzing potential solutions, and implementing system resolutions, including workarounds. Documents solutions.
      • Programs and tests the payroll (IFAS) system enhancements, upgrades, and changes and resolves any technical programs with the payroll system vendor ensuring data integrity is not compromised.
      • Oversees the entry of employee information, change of status records, and maintenance of records as the information relates to payroll and payroll related reports, as well as periodic/systematic audits to ensure the accuracy of data.
      • Controls all interfaces uploads, downloads, compiles and arranges data from diverse and various internal and external sources or agencies.
      • Maintain the quality, efficiency and overall effectiveness of the payroll system functions and internal controls, to increase accuracy and decrease risk of fraud and errors.
      • Oversee record retention compliance of standard payroll reports as required by Federal and State laws as well as the established District retention policy.
      • Assists District management, supervisors and employees on the interpretation and application of HR guidelines/policies, Federal and State regulations and MOU standards and procedures.
      • Assists with the supervision/training of payroll staff and ensures the goals and direction of the department support District’s goals and vision. This involves the participation of training, motivating and evaluating performance of payroll members.
      • Escalates critical issues and communicates with key management.
      • Supports internal and/or external auditors in the performance of their work by producing schedules/documentation and answering questions involving District policies and procedures that will assist the auditors in the completion of their work.
      • Serves as an “agent of change” in support of new efforts and models teamwork and relationship building in all interactions.
      • Regular and reliable attendance and performance are required

      REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
      • Ability to apply principles, policies and practices of payroll and human resource including: policy interpretation and implementation; supervision; training, team building; motivation; conflict resolution; business writing; pertinent state and federal laws and regulations relating to public administration.
      • Knowledge of Federal, State, local laws, and compliance requirements including: Fair Labor Standards Act, Family Medical Leave Act, California Public Employees Reporting System and others affecting payroll administration.
      • Experience with collective bargaining agreements.
      • Knowledge of laws, rules and regulations governing the preparation and processing of voluntary pre- and post-tax deductions, and involuntary deductions, calculation of employee taxes, tax reporting, record retention and payroll accounting.
      • Working knowledge of principles and practices related to system development, implementation and maintenance, and the ability to comprehend technical concepts, programming language, calculation codes, and system documentation.
      • Knowledge of automated time and attendance systems and automated payroll systems and reporting. Strong background in reporting tools, including MS Office.
      • Knowledge of the principles of deferred compensation plans.
      • Skill in using computer software and other office technology applicable to business requirements.
      • Proactive problem solver who is able to develop creative solutions and has a strong commitment to customer service.
      • Exceptional skill in developing and maintaining effective, productive, cooperative working relationships with employees, supervisory personnel, management, representatives from other agencies, the public and others contacted during the course of work.
      • Skill in writing business correspondence, reports, policies, and recommendations. Must demonstrate exceptional attention to detail and accuracy.
      • Ability to analyze systems and develop processes to assure that programs are being carried out and aligned with Board policy.
      • Ability to work independently and effectively under pressure to meet deadlines.
      • Ability to interpret and consistently apply policies and procedures.
      • Ability to formulate and express ideas professionally, clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
      • Skill in adapting to changing circumstances and priorities.
      • Skill in demonstrating tact and diplomacy with all encountered in the course of work.

      APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
      FAILURE TO MEET ANY OF THE REQUIREMENTS STATED BELOW MAY RESULT IN REJECTION OF YOUR APPLICATION

      TO APPLY:
      www.goldengate.org/jobs

      For directions and general information, visit our website www.goldengate.org.

      Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. NO PHONE CALLS.

      Applicants must apply online by the deadline date. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

      THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENT(S) MUST BE SUBMITTED AT TIME OF APPLICATION:
      1. Cover letter demonstrating applicable work experience
      2. GGBHT Application for Employment demonstrating applicable work experience
      3. Resume demonstrating applicable work experience
      4. Completed Supplemental Questionnaire (Located at: http://goldengate.org/jobs/)

      THE SELECTION PROCESS FOR THIS POSITION may include:
      • Skills assessment
      • Oral Panel Interview
      • Department interview for final candidates

      **The District will invite ONLY those candidates whose qualifications MOST CLOSELY MATCH the position requirements to continue in the selection process. The District may convene the panel for interview process as needed to establish a reasonable pool of candidates to consider for final rounds of interviews and selection.

      AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
      It is the policy of the Golden Gate Bridge Highway and Transportation District to take all personnel actions on the basis of merit and other job-related factors, without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, and related medical conditions), disability: physical or mental, age (40 and older), genetic information, marital status, sexual orientation and identity, medical condition, political affiliation or military status.

      Applicants with Disabilities: The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities to complete the Employment Application and in any job-related examination process. If you have special needs, please call (415) 257-4521 (Human Resources). The District’s telecommunications device (TDD) for Persons with Hearing Disabilities is (415) 257-4554.
      Revised 03/17/2014 SS; Revised 05/29/2015 LG

      Human Resources Department
      GGBHTD
      1011 Andersen Drive
      San Rafael, CA 94901-5318


    • Palm Tran - Positions Available

      PALM TRAN
      MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR

      Palm Tran, located in Palm Beach County, Florida is actively seeking to fill a position of Maintenance Supervisor. The Maintenance Supervisor must be extremely organized, self-motivated, and possess outstanding communication, interpersonal and technical skills. This is a supervisory position responsible for overseeing various union employees within the Maintenance Section working in preventive maintenance, repairs, and cleaning of mass transit vehicles.

      TECHNICAL AND TRAINING SPECIALIST
      The Training and Technical Specialist must exercise an intense degree of independent judgment; take initiative in planning, developing and implementing training programs. This position is responsible for analyzing and developing training programs, selection of training resource methods and will administer maintenance educational training programs.

      For more details, including salary, qualifications and preference please visit www.palmtran.org.

      NO RELOCATION ASSISTANCE OFFERED
      PALM TRAN is an Equal Opportunity/Drug Free Workplace/Affirmative Action/Veterans’ Preference Employer M/F/D/V


    • Norwalk Transit District - Director of Maintenance and Facilities

      DIRECTOR OF MAINTENANCE AND FACILITIES
      NORWALK TRANSIT DISTRICT (NTD)
      NORWALK, CT

      NTD is seeking a highly qualified candidate to direct its maintenance department which includes the development of policies and procedures, programs, and initiatives to ensure safe, cost effective and efficient management of NTD’s revenue and non-revenue fleet and facilities and related equipment.

      Requirements:
      • BA/BS in a related field
      • 10 years of experience in a related field
      • 5 years of staff supervisory experience in a union environment
      • Excellent computer skills
      • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills

      For a complete job description and to apply please visit http://www.norwalktransitdistrict.com.

      This position closes July 24, 2015.


      The Norwalk Transit District is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer.


  • Notices

    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority - DBE Goal

      NOTICE OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION
      DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS
      ENTERPRISE (DBE) GOAL
      FEDERAL FISCAL YEARS
      (FFY) 2016 – 2018

      This announcement will serve as notice of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Overall Goal of 18% for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) – assisted contracts. The overall goal is for a three-year period from Federal Fiscal Years 2016 – 2018 beginning October 1, 2015 to September 30, 2018 (FFY16-FFY18). Metro plans to achieve its overall DBE goal by using race and gender neutral (race-neutral) measures and race and gender conscious (race-conscious) measures. Metro will achieve 2% of its overall goal utilizing race-neutral measures, and 16% of its overall utilizing race-conscious measures. The overall goal is expressed as a percentage of FTA funds Metro Projects to expend for the triennial goal period. The goal methodology used is in accordance with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) DBE Program Final Rule, 49 Code of federal regulation, Part 26. The triennial goal is established to achieve a “level playing field” for DBE’s to participate in metro’s FTA-assisted contracting opportunities.
      A public consultation meeting will be held on:
      Wednesday, July 8, 2015
      2:00pm – 4:30pm
      Metro Headquarters Building
      Union Station Conference Room, 3rd. Floor
      One Gateway Plaza
      Los Angeles, CA 90012

      Parking fee $6
      The public may review and provide comments on the overall DBE goal for 30 days. Public comments will be accepted starting June 19, 2015 and ending July 20, 2015. The FFY16 – FFY18 overall DBE goal and goal methodology report (goal report) will be made available during regular business hours of 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm Monday through Friday for public review for 30 days from June 19, 2015 to July 20, 2015.
      To view the goal report, on the Metro website, visit: http://admin.metro.net/about/deod/notice-public-consultation/

      Submit comments by US mail, email or fax to:
      Metro
      Diversity & Economic Opportunity Department
      Attn: Public Comment Overall DBE Goal
      Mail Stop: 99-8-4
      One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012
      Email: GoalComment@metro.net
      DEOD Hotline: (213) 922-2600


    • Siemens Industry Inc. - Seeking DBEs and Small Businesses

      ​SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC. MOBILITY
      DIVISION ROLLING STOCK – SEEKING QUALIFIED DBE & SMALL BUSINESS FIRMS FOR SUPPLIES & SERVICES

      The Siemens Mobility Division Rolling Stock factory in Sacramento, CA is seeking qualified DBEs and Small Businesses that are able to supply goods and services in the area of railcar manufacturing. This can include but is not limited to: car body assemblies and components, interior and exterior illumination components, windows, windscreens, seats, interior paneling, luggage racks, handrails, flooring, traction electric components, wheel sets, diesel and cooling systems, cabling, high and low voltage electrical cabinets, fire detectors, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, passenger information system and infotainment, destination signs, HVAC units, door components, brake systems, vehicle control systems, mechanical and electrical connecting parts, hardware, shipping supplies, MRO supplies, logistics, decal and vehicle wrapping, and technical services.

      We are interested in meeting potential suppliers to develop relationships and increase the probability of successfully obtaining business opportunities together. We constantly strive to deliver high quality solutions into the hands of our customers. To help achieve our mission, we partner with a broad variety of suppliers, including small and diverse businesses.

      Siemens actively encourages DBEs and Small Businesses that design, manufacture, supply &/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing functions to submit their information together with their current certification.

      Please submit your information stating qualifications and areas of expertise by e-mail to our procurement department: SupplyChainManagement.industry@siemens.com.
      To learn more about our products, please visit usa.siemens.com/mobility.


    • Siemens Industry Inc. - DBE Goal

      SIEMENS INDUSTRY INC.
      DBE GOAL NOTICE

      In accordance with the regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation, 49 CFR Part 26, Siemens Industry Inc., Mobility Division Rolling Stock, hereby proposes an overall goal of 5.50 percent for Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (DBE) participation in contracting opportunities during Fiscal Year 2016 (October 2015 – September 2016). The goal and its rationale are available for public review for 30 days from the date of this notice, at the address listed below. Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

      Please address comments to:
      Ms. Michelle Picard
      Siemens Industry Inc.
      7464 French Road
      Sacramento, CA 95828
      (916) 681-3000
      E-mail: michelle.picard@siemens.com

      Siemens actively encourages DBEs and SBEs that design, manufacture and/or service components which are generally accepted in the rail transit manufacturing functions to submit their current certification from a UCP authorized agency. Siemens will also assist those companies which have proven experience and meets Siemens supplier standards in the certification process for both DBE / SBE status.


    • Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority - DBE Goal

      DISADVANTAGED BUSINESS ENTERPRISE
      GOAL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2016 -2018

      In accordance with the provisions of 49 CFR, Part 26, the Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority (MVRTA) is announcing its Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program goal of 4.1%. This goal is for the period of October 1, 2015 – September 30, 2018.

      The goal and methodology are available for review for thirty (30) days following the publication of this notice by contacting staff@mvrta.com. Comments on this goal will be accepted for forty-five (45) days following the publication of this notice. These comments should be sent to:
      Merrimack Valley Regional Transit Authority
      85 Railroad Avenue
      Haverhill, Massachusetts 01835
      Joseph J. Costanzo, Administrator


    • WMK, Inc. dba MobilityWorks dba TransitWorks - DBE Goal

      PUBLIC NOTICE

      WMK, INC. dba MOBILITYWORKS dba TRANSITWORKS is a Transit Vehicle Manufacturer with final assembly facilities in Kansas and Ohio.  We have established Disadvantaged Business Enterprise 2016 program goals in accordance with DOT, 49 CFR Part 26.  Accordingly, our overall goal is 1% achieved through 100% Race Neutral means.  Our proposed goal and methodology are available for inspection for 45 days at www.Transit-Works.com with comments accepted by e-mail there for 45 days.  Qualified DBE’s certified to manufacture in our listed NAICS codes able to supply quality goods used to modify Passenger Vans, Wheelchair Vans or Accessible Minivans and Transit Connects may contact Cindy.Poinar@Transit-Works.com to help us meet our established DBE goals.


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