Help Wanted

Help Wanted


American Public Transportation Association (APTA) has an immediate need for an individual to develop and manage a comprehensive, strategic communications, outreach and marketing program to support APTA’s mission and position as the voice of the industry. The individual is also responsible for developing and managing a nationwide education and advocacy program, in coordination with the Vice President, Government Affairs and the Vice President, Mobility Initiatives and Policy to build strong and effective support for public transportation among key audiences and to increase funding for public transit at the national, regional and local levels. This position also provides strategic counsel on public affairs to the President and CEO.

Requirements include: Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, business or related field (advanced degree preferred); minimum of ten years of experience in a senior management role, holding progressively responsible positions in marketing and communications for nonprofit, corporate, and/or agency organizations; exceptional written and verbal communication and presentation skills; proven success in developing and implementing digital marketing and social media strategies to enhance visibility, engagement and loyalty; strong interpersonal skills and experience building, leading, mentoring, and motivating teams and colleagues; presence and confidence to project credibility to staff, senior leaders, Board of Directors, media, and stakeholders; demonstrated ability to multi-task as well as work independently and under pressure, meeting multiple deadlines; and must be able to travel to conferences and meetings as needed.

We offer a convenient Metro location, excellent benefits and competitive salary. Please email cover letter and resume to Human Resources at Principals Only
APTA provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran, in accordance with applicable federal, state, and local laws.


$90,312 – $126,420 Annually
(Plus Excellent Benefits)

The purpose of this position is to plan, coordinate, supervise and oversee the District’s Risk Management programs as it relates to general liability claims/litigation programs, workers’ compensation claims and the purchase and administration of insurance programs including commercial excess and contract insurance compliance.

Final filing date: Tuesday, March 3, 2020 at 11:59 p.m. For complete information on positions and application filing instructions, please visit Sacramento Regional Transit District’s website at or contact the Human Resources Department at (916) 556-0298. RT encourages women and minorities to apply and will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities. RT is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE – Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans.


Located in the heart of Greater Fort Lauderdale and the City of Hollywood, FL, Port Everglades is the number three cruise port in the world. It is the number one, container port for exports in the state of Florida. Port Everglades is also the number one U.S. gateway for trade with Latin America and number five port in the U.S. for Foreign-Trade Zone exports, and is South Florida’s main seaport for receiving petroleum products including, gasoline and jet fuel. The Port’s total operating revenue for FY19 was $170.7 million.

The Director of Operations reports to the Deputy Port Director and is responsible for planning, directing, supervising and coordinating the activities of the Operations Division which includes: the Harbormaster, Linehandler, Crane and Terminal Operations Sections. The Director of Operations meets with cruise and cargo tenants, governmental liaisons, and other Port divisions. Other duties include making budgetary decisions and preparing the departmental operating and capital budgets; and coordinating and tracking division budgets.

Requires a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university and six years high-level experience managing seaport operations including four years of supervisory experience. Direct experience working with collective bargaining groups preferred. Experience managing contract negotiations and division budgets also preferred. Candidates should have experience with container gantry crane operations management/maintenance and seaport expansion and dredging projects.

Please apply on-line by March 6, 2020 at For questions, contact David McDonald at or Sherrill Uyeda at or (562) 901-0769. EEO/ADA.



This position performs highly complex and responsible, professional legal work for the District; manages the day-to-day operations of the Legal department within the Office of the General Counsel; is responsible for oversight and management of programs as required by the General Counsel, and oversees completion of legal work performed by retained outside counsel. This position is the right hand to the General Counsel and serves as department head in the absence of the General Counsel.This is an excellent opportunity to work at one of the largest bus agencies in California. In addition to working with some of the best in the business, AC Transit also has an excellent benefits package that includes pension, medical, dental and vision coverage, flexible spending and a 457 savings plan. The position reports directly to the General Counsel. This position is based in Oakland, CA. Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information and to apply, visit:


Under general direction of the Executive Director, this position plans, organizes, manages, and provides administrative direction and oversight for all functions and activities of the Finance and Administrative Services Division, including general accounting activities, budget development and oversight, financial reporting, cash accountability and controls, human resources programs, information technology, grant coordination and program accounting and management; coordinates assigned activities with other WETA divisions, officials, outside agencies, and the public; fosters cooperative working relationships among WETA divisions and with intergovernmental and regulatory agencies and various public and private groups; provides highly responsible and complex professional assistance to the Executive Director in areas of expertise; and performs related work as required. The person in this position needs to be flexible to both oversee and complete the wide variety of tasks under the division given the small size of the WETA organization.

A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major work in public administration, business administration, public finance, or a closely related field. A master’s degree in a closely related field or a CPA is preferred.


Seven years increasingly responsible professional finance and accounting program experience including budget and financial administration, two years of which should be in a management capacity.

• Cover Letter
• Resume
• Employment Application

Full job description and required application available at


South Central Transit Authority (SCTA) is seeking a Director of Operations for its Lancaster operations, Red Rose Transit Authority (RRTA). This position will work closely with the Executive Director, and other appropriate department heads to manage the public transportation needs of a 43 bus fleet operation and approx. 74 union operators.

Responsibilities include managing, planning, and supervising the daily transportation activities of the RRTA system which operates seven days a week.

The position requires proven skills in management, administration, and transit operations, including: knowledge of the principles and practices governing the operation of a public transit system; demonstrated ability to manage, plan and supervise the work of others; demonstrated ability to establish and maintain good employee and public relations; and verbal and written communication skills.

Qualified candidates will possess two years of completed undergraduate college course work and four years of work experience in a transportation service related industry. May substitute an equivalent combination of training and experience working within the transit industry for the completed college course work.

Send resume and salary requirements to:
Laura A. Hopko
Director of Administration & HR
South Central Transit Authority
1700 North 11th Street
Reading, PA 19604
or email:

An Equal Opportunity Employer


King County Metro in Seattle, WA is seeking an experienced and strategic Rail Division Director. Metro operates Sound Transit’s Link light-rail system, which is planned to quadruple in the next twenty years. This position is responsible for leading the Rail Division and delivering results to achieve the highest quality of customer service in a growing transit system. The Director will ensure that Metro has the internal capacity to provide world-class rail service while advancing the health and safety of our workforce, the strength and sustainability of our environment, and equity and social justice in our workplace and in the communities we serve. For more information or to submit a resume, please contact Gregg Moser at


The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (Las Vegas) is recruiting for a Manager of Finance.

The Manager of Finance manages the operations of an assigned unit or function of the financial operations of the RTC.

This position requires: Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in accounting or a closely related field and five (5) years of professional accounting experience.

Salary Range: $101,587.20 – $160,201.60 Annually


For more information and to apply, visit our website at

RTC is an Equal Opportunity Employer & E-Verify Participant


Position Specific Duties: Under limited supervision in the Division of Intermodal – Rail and State Safety Oversight Program, the State Safety Oversight Manager performs work of considerable difficulty in the administration of the FTA mandated SSO Program. The SSO Program Manager directs a professional staff and is accountable for establishing and implementing policies, strategic and operating plans, and objectives which support the Department’s overall mission and goals. The SSO Program Manager evaluates program performance metrics; ensures compliance with all federal and state regulations regarding the Department’s oversight responsibilities for fixed-guideway rail providers in the State of Georgia. The SSO Program Manager ensures compliance and cooperation for all on-site visits of fixed rail providers during audits and/or reviews. Manages and directs consultant staff providing support to the SSO Program. Reviews deliverables against actual completed activities, reviews technical documents, schedules meetings, reviews invoices, and coordinates with other stakeholders as required. The SSO Program Manager determines and sets goals, objects, priorities and policies to meet the requirements of the FTA’s State Safety Oversight regulations. Specifically, The SSO Program Manager ensures compliance with the requirements of 49 U.S. Code 5329 Public Transportation Safety Program/Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) Sections 3013, 3020, 3021, 3022; and 49 CFR Part 674; 49 CFR Part 672; 49 CFR Part 673; 49 CFR Part 670; 49 CFR Part 625; and 49 CFR Part 630; and the Official Code of Georgia Annotated, Title 32 Chapter 9 Section 32-9-10. The State Safety Oversight Program Manager reports to the Rail and State Safety Oversight (SSO) Program Manager.

For additional information and to apply please click the link:


Job Specific Duties: Under broad supervision in the Intermodal Division, performs work of considerable difficulty in the administration and management of federal, state, and local funds for the Aviation Program, Rail Program, State Safety Oversight Program, Transit Program, and the Waterways Program. Performs functions in the Intermodal Division as lead budget officer. Identifies and manages the funding needs across the five program areas. Though coordination with the five programs, manage the Fiscal Activities of each of the programs, including federal apportionments, grant awards, grant balances, bond approvals, project funding, contract execution and subsequent fund encumbrance, project and program expenses, and fiscal year end program balances. Budget activities involve multiple federal agencies with different requirements.

For additional information and to apply please click the link below:


$90,405 – $141,248 Annually

METROLINK is seeking a Planning Manager II who will perform a wide range of planning duties including manage and execute activities for regional, multi-modal transportation, capital program development and environmental review projects for the continued growth and viability of Metrolink.

Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Urban Planning, Engineering, Public Policy, Business Administration, Public Administration, Economics, Operations Research, Project / Construction Management, or a related area, A minimum of (7) years of progressively responsible work experience in transportation planning and project development, A combination of training, education and or experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities may be considered when determining minimum qualifications. Advanced relevant coursework may also substitute for a portion of required experience.

For additional information and to apply, visit: EEO/ADA


How would you like to live and work in a city that Travel + Leisure regards as one of “America’s Favorite Cities” that has the highest “Quality of Life and Visitor Experience?” KL2 Connects LLC has been retained by the Board of Directors of Chatham Area Transit (CAT) to recruit the Authority’s next Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director. CAT is at an exciting point in its history, and this position will play a key role in its future.

Reporting directly to the Board of Directors, the CEO/Executive Director will be a thought leader for public transportation issues who is responsible for implementing Board policies and for directing its current and long-range goals. He or she will articulate the Authority’s vision; foster a culture of internal and external collaboration; and work creatively to tie the County together with a common mobility purpose.

The CEO/Executive Director is directly responsible for planning, directing, and coordinating all actions and duties performed by his/her staff and is responsible for the development, operation, maintenance and repair of all Authority facilities and equipment, including a ferry operation. The Executive Director serves as liaison between stakeholders and government units that comprise Chatham Area Transit, all state offices, and all federal offices as they relate to public transportation, and is expected to be highly visible and an active participant in the community. Highly desirable is experience in all phases of public transit, organizational development, and community engagement (or a combination of experience/education or experience/training which provides the required knowledge, abilities, and skills to effectively perform the responsibilities of this position). The winning candidate must be able to communicate effectively, build relationships, handle details, meet deadlines, and work independently. CAT seeks candidates who are creative, willing to work with and learn from others, and able to react productively to change. This is an excellent opportunity that offers attractive orgcompensation, relocation, and equal opportunity. CAT values diversity at all levels of its workforce — women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

To be considered, please go to, select the Chatham Area Transit listing, and upload your letter of interest, resume, salary expectations, and 4-5 professional references (preferably supervisory and including name, title, phone, email address, and relationship to you). For more information contact KL2’s John Bartosiewicz at Thank you for your interest in Chatham Area Transit!


Port Authority is seeking a Transportation Technology Specialist to provide day-to-day support of Transportation Technology systems and services from a device and software level, focusing on data management, data integrity, reporting, system integrations, and customer support; including training and usage assistance.

Primary support will be for the Transportation Technology software systems and services, with cross-support for other related applications also included. Works with Authority and vendor personnel to identify any technology or data-centric related issues with the systems and services and then follows through until conclusion. Works with data within systems to ensure integrity; building reports and data visualizations for effective understanding and presentation of information. Provides training support and assistance in the design of documentation.

Essential Functions:

• Serve as technical analyst supporting systems, services, and software of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), including on-board tracking systems, electronic wayfinding signage, vehicle headsigns, Transit Signal Priority (TSP), Scheduling software, Maintenance and Operations management.
• Support data management of ITS applications, including integrity, entry, and import/export.
• Serve as data-centric support for reports, information sharing, and data visualization.
• Serve as customer support for software usage: Guide users with functional support and assist with navigating software. Resolve help desk tickets related to application software. Provide system end-user instruction for report generation and system functionality and also assist in the design of user documentation.
Job requirements include:
• Two-year technical school/Associate Degree in Information Science, Business or technology related field from an accredited school –or-
• BS Degree in Information Science, Data Analytics, Business or a technology related field from an accredited school
• Related experience may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis
• Strong analytical and problem solving skills
• Exemplary attention to detail
• Experience with complex deployments of enterprise-level applications, especially within the transportation industry
• Experience working with multiple interrelated applications concurrently
• Proven experience managing data, especially in ensuring integrity
• Knowledgeable in reporting software
• Ability to quickly understand, retain and apply large amounts of new information
• Ability to work in a fast paced, dynamic environment
• Great organizational skills
• Experience in monitoring and adhering to procedures and policies
• Excellent verbal communication skills with the ability to present information in a clear and concise manner
• Excellent customer service and problem resolution skills.
• Professional and effective communication skills.
• Ability to be flexible and adapt to change.
Preferred attributes:
• Aptitude in collating data and providing information in concise and useful manner.

We offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. Interested candidates should forward a cover letter (with salary requirements) and resume to:
Employment Department
345 Sixth Avenue, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527


The City of Knoxville, Tennessee is seeking a new Director of Transit to oversee operation, promotion and enhancement of services provided by Knoxville Area Transit (KAT). The full job description can be found at or at

This exciting career position manages a 300+ person workforce and works collaboratively in the community to operate, promote and enhance public transportation. Please submit a resume and cover letter to Debbie Thomas at no later than March 6, 2020.

JOB POSTING #2020-09

Job Title: Director of Transportation FLSA Status: Exempt Grade: 36
Work Location: 5658 Bear Lane Department: Transportation
Report To: Managing Director of Operations
Salary: $95,997.95-$156,463.76 (Min-Max Annual Salary)
General Summary: Under general supervision of the Managing Director of Operations, assists to ensure safe, reliable and courteous service to the public, and assists in coordinating the daily operational and administrative tasks of the Transportation Department.
Essential and Marginal Job Functions: Essential and other important responsibilities and duties that must be performed, with or without reasonable accommodation may include, but are not limited to, the following:
• Coordinates and develops programs, policies and procedures for delivery of all transportation services and make recommendations for improved service reliability and safety.
• Manages Transportation Administrator group.
• Assists Managing Director of Operations with special assignments and projects.
• Coordinates Bus Operator periodic meetings.
• Manages personnel including hiring, training and development, performance appraisals, counseling, and disciplinary actions.
• Maintain documentation on grievances and/or terminations.
• Coordinates with Service Development staff in developing services, conducting general run selections and schedule changes.
• Develops and administers the department’s budget.
• Conducts on-board and street assessments of Transportation activities
• Prepares reports of operating conditions or others as required by management or regulatory agencies in a complete and accurate form and submits on a timely basis.
• Assists Transportation Administrators in monitoring attendance.
• Responsible for assisting in ensuring operator and public safety by checking for unsafe work habits.
• Addresses and follows up on CAF complaints.
• Assists in coordinating effective and timely pull-outs and pull-ins, premises security and pre-tripping requirements.
• Organizes, attends and/or oversees meetings arranged by the Managing Director of Operations. Represents the Managing Director of Operations in his/her absence.
• Provides research and investigation of transit issues related to new innovations and best practices.
• Prepares reports assessing quality control in the Transportation Department.
• Makes presentation on recommended procurements and other activity reports to Board of Directors as directed.
• Assists in the development of specifications, review of responses to formal proposals, and requests for information and approved equals.
• Assists in special projects as directed.
• Provides an independent assessment and inspection of service delivery on an as-needed or random basis. Prepares reports to the Managing Director of Operations on observations.
• Meets with department personnel to discuss issues related to their needs and concerns.
• Maintains open and effective lines of communication with RTA peers, superiors, subordinates, and customers regarding status and progress of departmental activities, assuring timely consultation on priority items, actions, and other matters of mutual concern.
• Assists in the development of Quarterly sessions for Operations staff.
• Manages designated staff.
• Participates in leadership development programs as identified by the RTA.
• Complies with Regional Transportation Authority polices and procedures and local, state and government regulations.
• Maintains confidentiality regarding all RTA related business information and personnel issues.
• Establishes & maintains effective and professional working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
• Performs other job related duties and responsibilities as assigned.

It is the RTA’s business philosophy and practice to provide reasonable accommodation to the known physical or mental disabilities of qualified individuals, according to applicable state and federal law. To request a reasonable accommodation regarding application for employment or the performance of the essential functions of your job, please contact the Human Resources Department at (361) 289-2712.

Qualifications include:

Knowledge of:
• Transportation scheduling, routing, and vehicle operations.
• Effective administrative, time management and supervisory skills;
• Demonstrated superior verbal and written communication skills;
• Demonstrated problem solving skills; and
• Correct English usage, spelling and vocabulary.
Ability to:
• Ability to plan, organize and prepare technical statistical reports.
• Learn bus and van routes and transit rules and regulations;
• Interact courteously and effectively with a diverse internal customer base;
• Work immediately before, during or immediately after an emergency as required as part of the RTA’s Emergency Response Team to provide emergency services to the general public during emergency situations;
• Communicate effectively both verbally and in writing;
• Willingly foster a positive work environment;
• Maintain a dependable attendance record;
• Make effective presentations to the Board of Directors and other parties
• Understand and follow oral and written instructions; and
• Comply with Regional Transportation Authority policies and procedures.
• Effective oral and written communication skills;
• Customer Service skills; and
• Bilingual skills, in Spanish, are preferred.

Experience and Training Requirements:
This position requires any equivalent combination of the following training, education and experience that provides the individual with the required knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job.
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Management, Business Administration or a related field. Master’s Degree preferred.
Experience: Minimum of six (6) years-experience in a related field, preferably in the transportation industry, including four (4) years supervisory experience.
License or certificate: Must possess a valid Texas Driver’s License on the date of application as required for position. Ability to obtain Commercial Driver’s License within 60 days of employment as required for position to operate RTA vehicles.
Other Requirements: Must be at least 18 years of age. Any job offer and continued employment is contingent upon completing and passing a pre-employment job agility evaluation,

Department of Transportation physical, drug and alcohol screen and background investigation with not more than two moving violations or accidents in the past three years, no more than one DWI/DUI in a lifetime and no DWI/DUI in the past five years.

Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
Works primarily in a typical, climate controlled office environment. Average amount of overtime and extended work hours are required. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. While performing the duties of the job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions. Standard physical activity includes, but is not limited to, sitting, standing, and walking activities. Essential and marginal functions require maintaining physical conditions necessary to carry/lift/push or pull loads up to 10lbs.

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RFQ\P #40-019, Micro-Transit / Dynamic Demand Responsive Transit Technology, Addendum

1 ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS ADDENDUM BY INSERTING ITS NUMBER IN THE BID FORM; FAILURE TO DO SO MAY SUBJECT BONA FIDE BIDDER TO DISQUALIFICATION. THIS ADDENDUM FORMS A PART OF THE PROJECT DOCUMENTS; IT MODIFIES THEM AS FOLLOWS: 1. The bid submission due date listed in Paragraph 1 of Page 1 and Paragraph 3 of the Introduction Section on page 6 – Proposal Submission, is changed as follows: DELETE: Friday, February 28, 2020 INSERT: Friday, March 13, 2020 Bid due date is being extended for two additional weeks. 2. The question submission due date listed in Paragraph 2 of the Introduction Section on page 6 – , is changed as follows: DELETE: Friday, February 21, 2020 INSERT: Friday, February 28, 2020 All technical questions regarding the operations of existing public transit services known as Gainesville Connection and Dial-A-Ride should be directed to the Community Services Director, Phillippa Lewis Moss, Phone 770.503.3340, 430 Prior Street, S.E., Gainesville, GA 30501 and email: no later than 5:00 p.m. ET on February 28, 2020. All other terms and conditions remain the same.

Hall County Board of Commissioners
Tim Sims, Purchasing Manager
Julie Dorough, Buyer

PROJECT# 2020-38

The City of Bowling Green is seeking proposals from qualified firms for the management and operation of the local Transit System and Para Transit System provided under the authority of 49 U.S.C. sections 5307 and 5339, including all amendments.

Interested firms should visit to register and download a copy of the bid package.

Sealed Proposals are due by April 8, 2020 10:00 AM

Interested firms should carefully review Appendix B Federal Model Clauses for required operating regulations.
Questions related to the bid package should be directed to:
Marilyn Parrigin
Purchasing Manager
City of Bowling Green
Phone: 270-393-3679

The City of Bowling Green, Kentucky reserves the right to reject any and all proposals received, and to select that proposal which it determines to be in its best interest. The award of this proposal will be made on the basis of the best evaluated proposal as permitted in KRS 45A.365.

The City of Bowling Green encourages the use of Disadvantage Business Enterprises (DBEs) and a list of certified DBEs is available at The DBE goal established for this project is 4%. The City of Bowling Green is an Equal Employment Opportunity organization which does not discriminate against any prospective supplier on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability in the consideration for contract award. The successful bidder will be required to comply with all EEO federal, state and local laws and regulations.


To provide Suffolk County Microtransit Pilot (Design and Operation) for the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning

SC Purchasing RFP No. 2020-09
Commodity Code: 918 96
Submissions Due Date: April 3, 2020
(Advertised: February 20 and 24, 2020)
The Suffolk County Purchasing Office, on behalf of the Suffolk County Department of Economic Development and Planning invites Proposals from qualified entities to simulate, design and operate a microtransit service in the eastern part of the Town of Southampton, Suffolk County. The proposed microtransit service is intended to provide coverage to the catchment area that was previously served by the SCT Route 10A (discontinued in 2016). The pilot will also help the County understand how on-demand mobility services can potentially be integrated in the County’s overall transit offerings.

In general, the County sees at least two potential opportunities for the proposed services: (1) first/last mile trips to transport customers to and from nearby transit connections, including Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Stations, S92 bus route stops, and South Ferry stop in North Haven; and (2) community service trips to transport users anywhere within the zone. Expected service specifications include a demand responsive, curb-to-curb weekday service, that can be hailed through the mobile app as well as call based system, and comply with ADA requirements.
The Successful Proposer will simulate and design the microtransit service, develop marketing and launch plan, and conduct pilot evaluation.

The specifications for this RFP are available as follows:
• Go to to view the offering and register to participate in the opportunity.
• Email with the RFP number. Please note that all participants will have to register for the RFP through the URL listed in #1.
• Call (631) 852-5196 with the RFP number and your address
• Technical questions due by March 6, 2020 by 3:30 PM
* Must be in writing (fax/email acceptable)
• Proposer’s Conference to be held at 10AM on March 17, 2020 in Yaphank, NY
• Proposals due April 3, 2020 by 3:30 PM
* Submitted to Suffolk County Purchasing Office


ClasTran is now accepting Bids for Maintenance Services.

The requirements for submitting a Bid are stated in this Request for Bids (the “RFB”). Please review them carefully.

An electronic copy of the RFB in PDF format may be obtained by going to ClasTran’s website ( and navigating to “Doing Business With ClasTran” or by contacting the RFB administrator, Shari Spencer:

All Bids are due to ClasTran no later than March 31, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Proposals received after the deadline will be rejected.

One (1) signed original and one (1) copy of the bid shall be submitted. The bid must be firmly and securely sealed and be clearly labeled: “Sealed Bid for Maintenance Services”

Bids Must Be Mailed Or Hand Delivered To:
Proposal Administrator – Shari Spencer
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10386, Birmingham, Alabama 35202
Delivery Address: 530 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35209

RFB questions are due no later than March 11, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). All questions must be submitted via email to the RFB administrator. Questions and answers shall be made available to all registered RFB recipients and with no reference to any particular bidder on or before March 20, 2020. ClasTran is an equal opportunity purchaser.


The Greater Hartford Transit District (The District), Hartford, Connecticut is seeking a firm or firms to provide Management Services for its ADA paratransit operations. Proposal documents may be obtained by calling the District at 860.247.5329 Ext. 3090 or emailing:

A mandatory pre-proposal conference will be held on February 24, 2020 at 9:00 AM Local Time at the Greater Hartford Transit District’s ADA Paratransit Operations & Maintenance Facility Training Room located at 148 Roberts Street, East Hartford, CT 06108. The purpose of the meeting is to outline requirements; provide a walk-thru of the facility, parking area and viewing of vehicles; as well as to provide the opportunity for questions.

Proposals shall be submitted on or before 2:30 PM Local Time on March 25, 2020. Proposals received after the deadline will not be considered and will be returned to the Proposer unopened. Any changes, or any requests for changes in the specifications, will not be recognized after sealed proposals are submitted to the District.

Any contract resulting from this request for proposals submitted is subject to a financial assistance contract between the District and the Connecticut Department of Transportation. Further, the equipment provided for the paratransit service is funded with Federal Transit Administration grants. All Proposers will be required to certify that they are not on the Comptroller General’s list of ineligible contractors. The contractor will be required to comply with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws and regulations.

The District hereby notifies all Proposers that in regard to any contract entered into pursuant to this Request for Proposals, advertisement or solicitation, small and/or minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit proposals in response, and will not be subjected to discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex or national origin in consideration for an award.

The District reserves the right to reject any and all proposals as submitted by this Request for Proposals, and to waive informalities and irregularities, as it deems in its best interest.


The Greater Peoria Mass Transit District (“GPMTD”) is seeking proposals for Professional Transit Management Services. The scope of work/specifications is outlined in the Request for Proposals (RFP). The successful Proposer shall meet the terms and conditions set forth in this document and all other attachments.

The RFP, which includes the procurement schedule, may be obtained by downloading the document from GPMTD’s website found at under ‘Current Projects’. All interested contractors should complete and submit a Contractor’s Registration Form (contained in the RFP).

All proposals must be received on or before 4:00 pm (CST) on March 31, 2020.

The right is reserved to accept any proposal/bid or any part or parts thereof or to reject any and all proposals/bids. Acceptance of any proposal/bid is subject to concurrence by the Illinois Department of Transportation and the United States Department of Transportation.

Any contract resulting from these proposals is subject to financial assistance contract between the GPMTD and the United States Department of Transportation and the Illinois Department of Transportation.

Contractor will be required to comply with all applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws and regulations.

Funding provided in whole or in part by the Illinois Department of Transportation “IDOT.”

ClasTran is now accepting Bids for Transportation Services.

The requirements for submitting a Bid are stated in this Request for Bids (the “RFB”). Please review them carefully.

An electronic copy of the RFB in PDF format may be obtained by going to ClasTran’s website ( and navigating to “Doing Business With ClasTran” or by contacting the RFB administrator, Shari Spencer:

All Bids are due to ClasTran no later than March 31, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Proposals received after the deadline will be rejected. One (1) signed original and one (1) copy of the bid shall be submitted. The bid must be firmly and securely sealed and be clearly labeled: “Sealed Bid for Transportation Services”

Bids Must Be Mailed Or Hand Delivered To:
Proposal Administrator – Shari Spencer
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 10386, Birmingham, Alabama 35202
Delivery Address: 530 Beacon Parkway West, Suite 600, Birmingham, Alabama 35209

RFB questions are due no later than March 11, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (CST). All questions must be submitted via email to the RFB administrator. Questions and answers shall be made available to all registered RFB recipients and with no reference to any particular bidder on or before March 20, 2020. ClasTran is an equal opportunity purchaser.

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