Passenger Transport November 2020 Vol 78 No 23 - 10

APTA Emerging Leaders Graduate with
Virtual Ceremony
APTA'S EMERGING LEADERS Program (ELP) Class of 2020 participated
in a virtual graduation ceremony Nov.
20, joined by friends, colleagues and
family. APTA President and CEO Paul P.
Skoutelas was opening speaker, congratulating the participants and noting
that they are " proof that public transportation has an exciting, successful
and even more vital future. "
The class of 2020 is officially the
program's longest, running just under
18 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The class commenced in June
2019 at APTA's Rail Conference in
Toronto, with the original intention of
graduating in May at the Mobility Conference in San Antonio.
Over the past 18 months, class members have successfully adapted to a vir-

tual program, meeting each month with
mentoring groups and joining industry
webinars. Throughout the program year,
class members worked on projects that
examine key issues facing the public
transit industry. Their capstone projects
were offered as an eight-part webinar
series, the recordings of which are
available at
The graduation capped off a weeklong virtual capstone program that
included breakout sessions, guest
speakers and panels featuring industry leaders. Led by ELP Committee
Chair Julie Espy, manager, learning &
development, Orange County Transportation Authority, CA; Vice-Chair Tom
Waldron, global director, transit, HDR;
and committee members Jill Stober
(transportation consultant) and Pierre

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Hocking Athens Perry Community Action
(HAPCAP), is seeking bids to establish pricing
for mid-size transit vehicle manufacturing to
be used in conjunction with the Federal Transit
Administration Section 5311(f ) Program for
Ohio-GoBus Ohio Rural Intercity Bus Program.
To request a bid package, email either
Claudia Bashaw at claudia.bashaw@hapcap.
org, or Martin McAvoy at martinmcavoy@ The deadline for receipt of bids
is January 31st, 2021, at 2:00PM EST. Bids
should be submitted electronically via email
to and, or delivered in person
to Knox Area Transit, 25 Columbus Rd. Mount
Vernon, OH 43050. Tentative Award Date is
March 31st, 2021.

Housatonic Area Regional Transit (HARTransit), the small urban bus system in Danbury CT,
seeks a contractor to supply a fully featured,
turn-key intelligent transportation system (ITS)
including Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD),
Automatic Vehicle Location (AVL), Automated
Voice Annunciation (AVA), Mobile Data Terminals (MDT), a website-based and a mobile
app for live tracking of buses by users, data
reporting, and integration with existing onboard systems including internal and external
signage, radio, and farebox systems. Proposals
shall include separately priced options for Automatic Passenger Counting (APC) with associated data reporting and a Dynamic Passenger
Information (DPI) or " Infotainment " system.
Proposals are due at 12:00 PM EST on
January 8, 2021.
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Perry County Transit located in Southeast Ohio,
is seeking proposals from qualified vendors to
provide a full Vehicle Camera System including
playback. The RFP will be issued November
23rd, 2020. Proposals are due by 1:00 pm on
December 28th, 2020. To obtain a copy of the
RFP contact Mason Dickerson at 740-342-0658

Notice to Bidders
The Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg
Transit Authority dba Capital Area Transit (CAT)
is seeking bids from qualified firms or individuals to provide bus line resident inspection services in compliance with 49 CFR Part 663 Post
Delivery Audits of Rolling Stock Purchases and
49 CFR Part 661 Buy America Requirements for
fifteen (15) Gillig buses. The selected inspector will monitor the bus assembly process to
insure compliance with the contract specifications, prepare regular construction progress
reports and certify compliance with contract
specifications in a final report.
All questions regarding this IFB should be
sent to Mark Mitchell and must be received in
writing or emailed by January 4, 2020.
Sealed bids in duplicate (one original and
one copy) will be received by the Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg Transit Authority,
901 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA
17101, until no later than: 1:00pm (ET) January 22, 2021
As per the specifications on file with and
available from:
Mark Mitchell
Maintenance Manager
Capital Area Transit
901 North Cameron Street
Harrisburg, PA, 17101
717-233-5657, press option 6, Ext. 5120
All bids shall be subject to all applicable
state and federal laws, subject to approval of
a financial assistance contract between the

Holloman, assistant transit bureau chief,
Arlington County, VA; the class spent
the week discussing strategies for
leading through crises. Graduation key-

note speaker Robert Prince, Jr. of Foot
Prince reminded the class of the importance of building a network of peers to
call upon during challenging times.

Emerging Leaders Program Class of 2020, taken in June 2019 at the commencement of the program.

Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg Transit Authority and the U. S. Department of Transportation, and in compliance with all applicable
Equal Employment Opportunity laws and
This Authority solicits and encourages
Disadvantaged Business Enterprises / Women
Business Enterprise participation. DBE's /
WBE's will be afforded full consideration of
their responses and will not be subject to
discrimination. Bidders will be required to
comply with the Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg Transit Authority DBE / WBE Program goal
requirement where applicable.
The Cumberland-Dauphin-Harrisburg
Transit Authority reserves the right to postpone, accept, or reject any and all bids, in
whole or in part, or to waive any and all informalities, as it deems in its best interest. Any
person on the list of ineligible contractors for
federally assisted projects is not an eligible

RFQ 2020-01
NOVEMBER 20, 2020
The Milwaukee County Transit System (MCTS)
operated by the Milwaukee Transport Services,
Inc. (MTS), a quasi-governmental instrumentality of Milwaukee County, has posted a Request
for Qualifications (RFQ) for construction of the
East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Construction
Project (Project) in Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. The RFQ outlines the qualifications requirements for proposers interested in serving
as the Construction Contractor (Contractor) for
the BRT Project. The purpose of the RFQ is to
enable MCTS to determine qualified Proposers
to successfully construct the first BRT Project
in the state of Wisconsin. The RFQ can be obtained at

Closing Date: Until Filled
Salary starting at $77,165 to $135,000 (DOQ)
Under general or policy direction manages, plans, and organizes assigned programs
and activities of San Joaquin Regional Transit
District's (RTD) Procurement Department;
manages and participates in the review and
monitoring of San Joaquin Regional Transit
District (RTD) purchases to ensure compliance
with applicable laws, codes, and policies; and
performs related duties as assigned.
In order to learn more about this position,
and to apply online, please visit:
Thank you for your interest in this position.

Closing Date: Until Filled
Salary starting at $77,165 to $135,000 (DOQ)
Under general or policy direction, the
Grants Manager plans, directs and organizes
assigned programs and activities of the Grants
Office. The Grants Manager is responsible for
managing federal, state, and locally-funded
transit grant programs awarded to RTD. These
grants are used to fund RTD's capital program,
planning activities, and operating expenses.
The Grants Manager ensures compliance
with all statutes, regulations, and other grant
requirements associated with these funding
opportunities. The Grants Manager is the main
point of contact to external oversight officials
and funding partners; and directly supervises
the work of subordinate grants analyst staff.
In order to learn more about this position,
and to apply online, please visit:
Thank you for your interest in this position.

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), the nation's sixth
largest transportation system, is seeking a
Manager, Planning Programs in our Center City
Philadelphia HQ.
Will direct the design, development and
implementation of short and intermediate
planning programs, including the Comprehensive Bus Network Redesign (CBNR) Program. This position will represent SEPTA as
the face of short and intermediate planning
programs and will be responsible for all internal and external communication for these
Ideal candidates will possess
*	Bachelor's Degree in Urban, Regional or
Transportation Planning, Geography,
Business Logistics or related field with a
minimum of eight (8) years of progressively responsible experience in planning
including plan development, evaluation
and analysis.
*	Professional experience working on, managing, or implementing a bus network
redesign program preferred.
*	Experience working with finding agreement between numerous internal and
external groups and stakeholders with differing viewpoints, interests and priorities,
and finding mutual consensus preferred.
*	Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written
communication skills required. Position
requires interface with different internal
departments and external organizations,
preparation of technical and policy-level
reports and verbal presentations.
We offer a competitive salary based on
experience and a superior benefits package.
Please apply online at:
SEPTA is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversity

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