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accomplishing objectives; establish the parameters
for checking progress; and provide the basis for making adjustments to achieve the goals and realize the
mission and vision of Battle Creek Transit.
Proposal documents for 2017-054R Transit Master Plan may be obtained from our website at www.
battlecreekmi.gov/230/Bid-Proposal-Solicitations or
by contacting City of Battle Creek Purchasing Department at 269-966-3390. Due date is June 27, 2017 at
4:00 p.m. (EST).

HEAVY-DUTY PARATRANSIT VEHICLES
PROCUREMENT
Solicitation release of RFP 2015561 Heavy-Duty
Paratransit Vehicles. Nashville MTA seeks manufacturer and/or distributor to provision cutaway transit
requirements. Response deadline July 10, 2017.
For additional information visit our website at http://
www.nashvillemta.org/

LOS ANGELES COUNTY
METROPOLITAN TRANSPORTATION
AUTHORITY (METRO)
Metro will receive Proposals for PS42183 - Metro
Rideshare Program Support per specifications on
file at the Office of Procurement & Material Management, One Gateway Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90012
(9th Floor).
All Proposals must be submitted on forms furnished by Metro, and must be filed at the reception
desk of the Office of Materiel on or before 2:00
p.m. Pacific Time, Monday, July 3, 2017. Proposals
received later than the above date and time may be
rejected and returned to the proposer unopened.
Each proposal must be sealed and marked RFP No.
PS42183. A Pre-Proposal Conference will be held on
Thursday, June 15, 2017 at 1:30 p.m. in the Gateway
Conference Room, 3rd Floor located at the address
above.
You may obtain the RFP, or further information, by
faxing Gina Romo at 213-922-1005 or Email address
romog@metro.net. Additionally, you may download
the RFP from Metro's Vendor Portal at: http://business.
metro.net/VendorPortal/faces/home/solicitations/
openSolicitations?_adf.ctrl-state=139owk91im_4&_
afrLoop=9571988999818676 and typing the solicitation number (PS42183).
6/5/17
CNS-3015069#
PASSENGER TRANSPORT C/O AMER

VALLEY TRANSIT - RFP
RFP FOR AVL SYSTEM AND WEB SITE
Valley Transit is soliciting proposals to design, build,
and operate an Automatic Vehicle Location System
and web site under a three year contract for transit
agencies operating in the region surrounding Walla
Walla, WA. The intent of the RFP is to hire a highly
qualified company to create a Passenger Information
System that provides the real-time location of buses
and their predicted ETA on a web-based map that is
shared with several neighboring transit agencies and
state departments of transportation. The Request
for Proposals may be obtained from Valley Transit
at the following address, or by contacting Dick Fondahn, General Manager, at 509/525-9140 or at dick@
valleytransit.com.
Dick Fondahn
Valley Transit
1401 W. Rose Street
Walla Walla, WA 99362

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (RFP)
PTD17-010 - SOUTH CENTRAL TRANSITORIENTED DEVELOPMENT BUSINESS
ASSISTANCE, PLANNING, AND URBAN
DESIGN SERVICES

STREETCAR VEHICLE PROCUREMENT

The City of Phoenix is seeking a qualified consultant
team to assist staff in ongoing research, community and business engagement, and urban design
services to develop and implement a business assistance program and advance land use planning for
the South Central extension, in accordance with the
specifications and provisions of the RFP. The contract
shall commence on or about October 1, 2017 and
expire September 30, 2019.
Interested persons may obtain the RFP and exhibits by downloading a copy from the City's internet
site: https://phoenix.gov/solicitations
Elizabeth Kellim
Contracts Specialist II
City of Phoenix Public Transit Department
302 North First Avenue, Suite 900
Phoenix, Arizona 85003-1598
(602) 256-3239 FAX (602) 495-2002
E-mail: Elizabeth.kellim@phoenix.gov (preferred)
A pre-proposal conference will be held on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 10:00am (local time). Interested
proposers should convene at the South Mountain
Community Center, 212 E. Alta Vista Road, Phoenix,
Arizona 85042.
Proposals will be received at the Public Transit
Department, 302 North First Avenue, Suite 900,
Phoenix, Arizona 85003, no later than 2:00 p.m. local
time on Friday, June 30, 2017. Late proposals will
not be considered.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Sacramento Regional
Transit District (RT) is soliciting proposals from car
builders with qualifications, experience and knowledge to provide 6 new streetcars with 3 potential
option streetcars.
RFP and other proposal info may be requested
by contacting Sue Robison at 2816 N St, Sacramento,
CA 95816, by e-mail at srobison@sacrt.com or at
916/556-0152. This publication (information) is available in accessible formats. Please contact 916/5560152 or TDD 483-HEAR (4327) to request an accessible format. A pre-proposal meeting will be held
on Tuesday June 27, 2017 at 2:00 p.m. in the RT Auditorium at 1400 29th Street, Sacramento, CA 95816.
This contract is subject to a financial assistance
contract between RT and the US Dept. of Transportation. All proposers will be required to certify that they
are not on the Comptroller General's list of ineligible
consultants. Consultant must comply with all EEO
laws and regulations.
It is the policy of the U.S. Department of Transportation that Disadvantaged Business Enterprises
(DBEs) as defined in 49 CFR Part 26, are encouraged
to participate in the performance of contracts financed in whole or in part with federal funds. As a
condition of federal grant assistance, RT has adopted
a DBE program for RT's federally funded contracts.
No DBE goal has been established for this project.
However, Proposers must ensure that DBEs have the
opportunity to participate in the performance of this
Contract and must take all necessary and reasonable
steps to obtain DBE participation. Consultant may
not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national
origin, sex, disability or age in the award and performance of subcontracts.
RT hereby notifies all proposers it will affirmatively ensure that, in regard to any contract entered
into pursuant to this solicitation, all proposers will be
afforded full opportunity to submit a proposal in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated
against based on race, color, creed, sex, disability,
age, or national origin in consideration for an award.
Sealed proposals must be received by the Procurement Services Office at 2816 N St, Sacramento,
CA 95816 by 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, September 20,
2017, Pacific Local Time.

King County Metro Transit (KCM) is seeking expressions of interest to identify firms and obtain
information from firms experienced in developing,
designing, and building extended range battery
electric powered transit buses as described below
under Objective.
Objective
KCM seeks to lease up to two electric powered
buses and associated chargers from each interested
bus manufacturer that can meet the following requirements.
KCM defines extended range vehicles as being
capable of traveling at least 140 miles on a single
charge under maximum loads and the harshest conditions present in the King County operating environment. KCM defines extended range as a minimum of
140 miles on a single charge, and a charge time of
four hours or less.
KCM is interested in testing both 40' and 60' battery powered transit buses.
King County Metro will operate, test, and evaluate each electric powered bus to determine if it offers
a viable alternative to replace the existing diesel and
diesel-hybrid powered buses to meet service needs.
This RFI is not an actual solicitation of bids or offers, which may be solicited by means of a Request for
Proposals (RFP) at a later date. The purpose of this RFI
is to identify as many products as possible that have
been successfully implemented or can be developed
and implemented to meet KCM's needs.
Please contact Steve Policar for the RFI document setting forth the requirements and information
requested by King County Metro in your reply to this
RFI. All RFI replies must be received at the address
below no later than 2:00 pm Pacific Standard Time,
June 19, 2017.
Steve Policar
King County Metro Transit
201 South Jackson Street
Mailstop KSC-TR-0342
Seattle, Washington 98104
USA
E-mail: EXRangeBus@kingcounty.gov

PUBLIC NOTICE
REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS

REQUEST FOR INTEREST (RFI)

HELP WANTED
STANISLAUS COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS -
TRANSIT MANAGER
The Transit Division is a part of the Stanislaus County
Public Works Department and is responsible for
overseeing Stanislaus County's public transportation
system, Stanislaus Regional Transit or StaRT. StaRT
serves the cities and communities in Stanislaus
county and adjoining Merced County.
Apply Immediately
To obtain more information and/or to apply for
this position, please visit us online: www.stanjobs.org

PLANNER/GIS/WEB SUPPORT
KFH Group is seeking to hire a Planner. The successful
applicant will be assigned to offices at Maryland DOT,
Office of Planning and Capital Programming, Hanover, Maryland. We are looking for a person that can
work well as an independent contributor while being
a strong team player, prepare work to be reviewed
for soundness of technical judgment and accuracy,
and contribute to the completion of milestones. The
job will include
∙ Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Support
∙ Website Design and Maintenance
∙ Technical Support for Presentations and Reports
∙ Graphics Support
∙ Information Technology (IT) Support
∙ General Planning Support
The job requires experience with Adobe Creative
Suite software, including Illustrator, InDesign, and
Photoshop; Adobe Acrobat Professional; front-end
Web design; WebEx; Skype for Business; Survey Monkey; Microsoft Project; Microsoft SharePoint 2010;
and Adobe Flash media file development.
KFH Group, Inc. offers a competitive salary, full
benefits, and parking/transit subsidy. We are an Equal
Opportunity Employer. Please send your resume to
Laurie Schwartz, KFH Group, Inc., 4920 Elm St., Suite
350, Bethesda, MD 20814; fax (301) 951-0026; or
Lschwartz@kfhgroup.com.

CORPUS CHRISTI REGIONAL
TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY
JOB POSTING #2017-24
CLOSING DATE: OPENED UNTIL FILLED
Job Title: Managing Director of Operations
FLSA Status: Exempt
Work Location: 602 N. Staples St. & as assigned;
location varies
Division: Operations Pay Grade: 40
Reports To: CEO
Salary: $108,076.80-$167,502.40 (Min-Max Annually)
General Summary: Under general direction of
the CEO, exercises independent action in directing
the delivery of services within the RTA service area.
Provides direction and oversight to the Transportation, Maintenance, Materials Management, Service
Development, and services including MV transportation and other third party provider contracts.
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 Business; Public
Administration; or a related field. Master's degree
preferred.
Experience: Minimum of eight (8) years related
experience, preferably in Public Transportation
including five (5) years supervisory experience at a
managerial or executive level.
License or certificate: Possession of an appropriate, valid TX Driver's License on the date of application as required for position to operate RTA vehicles.
Other Requirements: Any job offer and continued employment is contingent upon completing and
passing a pre-employment job agility evaluation,
drug and alcohol screen and background investigation.
For a full description of the job postings, please
see the receptionist.

SACRAMENTO REGIONAL TRANSIT
DISTRICT
SPECIAL ASSISTANT, OFFICE OF
GENERAL MANAGER/CEO
$95,328 - $133,464 ANNUALLY
(PLUS EXCELLENT BENEFITS)
Would you like to play a vital role in a multi-modal
transit authority that is poised for growth and
success? To work for an organization that offers
an invested Board, supportive business partners,
a constructive labor relationship, and engaged
communities? To live in one of the most beautiful,
progressive, temperate, and affordable regions in the
state of California?
A career at Sacramento Regional Transit District
(RT) provides a unique opportunity to make our com-

munity a more accessible place to live, work and play.
Under the direction of RT's GM/CEO, the selected
candidate will perform highly complex and cross-divisional specialized duties, tasks, and responsibilities
related to strategic operations of the District associated with specific projects, programs, and initiatives.
Apply to be a change agent and leader in this
organization! RT offers an attractive salary and benefits package, a rewarding professional environment,
and equal opportunity. For complete information
about the position and application filing instructions,
contact RT at 2810 O Street, Sacramento, www.sacrt.
com or (916) 556-0298. RT will make reasonable efforts to accommodate applicants with disabilities. RT
is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EOE - Minorities/
Women/Disabled/Veterans.

GIS SPECIALIST / TRANSIT PLANNER
KFH Group, a public transit consulting firm, is seeking to hire an Entry-Level Transit Planner with a
Bachelor's or Master's degree. KFH Group is looking
for a self starter with excellent verbal, written communication, and quantitative skills and the ability to
work well on a team. Some travel may be required.
Position responsibilities will include developing computer generated maps using ESRI ARCMAP, conducting surveys, compiling and analyzing survey data,
graphic support and writing reports. This position
is an excellent position for persons interested in the
field of transit consulting and planning.
The firm offers a competitive salary, full benefits,
parking, and a flexible working environment. We are
an Equal Opportunity Employer. If you are interested
in a career in transit and have the skills necessary to
be a consultant, please send your resume by mail
to Laurie Schwartz, KFH Group, Inc., 4920 Elm St.,
Suite 350, Bethesda, MD 20814 or email: Lschwartz@
kfhgroup.com.

SAN MIGUEL AUTHORITY FOR REGIONAL
TRANSPORTATION (COLORADO)
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The San Miguel (Colorado) Authority for Regional
Transportation (SMART) composed of member jurisdictions of San Miguel County and the Towns of
Telluride and Mountain Village seeks candidates to
serve as the first Executive Director of the newly created transportation authority. The Authority serves a
dynamic, progressive resort community surrounded
by beautiful mountains, plateaus, and ranch lands.
Located in Western Colorado, the region is rich in history and includes the world class Telluride Ski Resort.
Residents enjoy excellent schools, high quality municipal services, and access to extensive public lands.
Easily accessible outdoor activities include hiking,
biking, fishing, hunting, skiing (both nordic and alpine), snow shoeing, and four-wheel driving. Numerous festivals and social activities are also available.
In November 2016, voters approved establishment of the Authority funded from a .25% sales tax
and a .75 mill levy property tax within its boundaries.
State and Federal grant monies and potentially contracts for services are also envisioned to be part of its
revenue mix. SMART is governed by a six-member
Board of Directors composed of two elected officials
from each of the three participating governments.
The Executive Director is appointed by the Board and
is responsible for implementation of Board goals and
policies and management of programs and services
under its jurisdiction.
Candidates must have the following:
Successful overall management of a general
municipal organization and/or management of transportation operations with the desire to develop and
implement innovative approaches to the current mix
of transportation services.
A collaborative, consensus-building visionary
with approachable personal style with elected officials, residents, businesses and employees.
Extremely well-developed oral and written communication skills.
A bachelor's degree.
5-7 years of increasingly responsible transit executive level experience.
Assistant Director experience in a larger transit
system will also be considered as will any combination of education and experience that demonstrates
the ability to perform at an executive level.
A Master's degree in public administration, business administration, engineering, planning or other
advanced executive level training is desired.
The Board has established a starting salary of
$90,000 which may be negotiable based upon qualifications. They are also offering an excellent benefit
package. Apply online with resume, cover letter, and
contact information for five professional references
by April 14 to the attention of Sarah McKee or Cristi
Musser, 630 Dundee Road, Suite 130, Northbrook, IL
60062 Tel: 847-380-3243.
To Apply: www.GovHRUSA.com/currentpositions/recruitment

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