Design and produce a Public Address Interface Device (PAID) to interface an existing Harris radio with a DART Light Rail Vehicle (LRV) public address system. Each LRV shall be equipped with this device and have its own unique address consisting of a strand of Dual Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) signals. By receiving and decoding these signals, PAID shall have the ability to transmit audio from the radio directly to the inside, outside, both or “All Call” (to any active LRV) PA destinations in a specific LRV when its address is triggered. This will provide the DART Train Control Center with the ability to speak directly to passengers in the event of an emergency.
Documentation provided reflects design and manufacturing of a proof of concept device that meets DART’s requirements. The Contractor is encouraged to improve upon any aspects of the design and construction of the device, remaining with technical parameters outlined.
Pre-Proposal Conference Monday, March 2, 2015 Transit Operations Building 45 Stony Point Rd. Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Proposals Due Thursday, March 19, 2015 by 3:00pm Contact Jodi Frost, Administrative Services Officer 100 Santa Rosa Ave., Room 6 Santa Rosa, CA 95404 707-543-3341 firstname.lastname@example.org
The Lancaster Public Transit System is seeking competitive proposals for mobile video surveillance for the transit fleet. Complete bid packets can be obtained by contacting the City of Lancaster, Service Safety Director at 740.687-6608, email@example.com, or on the web at http://www.ci.lancaster.oh.us/.
The deadline for receipt of proposals is 11:00am, EST on March 13, 2015 at the location listed below. One original signature copy and six (6) copies of the vendor’s Technical and Cost Proposal should be submitted in a sealed envelope/package labeled “Proposal for Mobile Video Surveillance” and sent to:
City of Lancaster, Public Transit System
c/o Service Safety Director
104 E. Main Street
Lancaster, OH 43130
All respondents are notified that disadvantaged and women owned enterprises are encouraged to submit responses to this request. The Lancaster Public Transit System 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.
This project is funded, in part, by Federal funds through the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) under the 49 USC Section 5311 along with state and local funds. The Lancaster Public Transit System retains the right to reject any or all proposals, and to withdraw this solicitation at any time.
The Lancaster Public Transit System is an equal opportunity employer.
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC) Invitation For Bids IFB# 15-02-195 Traffic Signalization for the Downtown Transit Center Summary: The purpose of this project is to procure traffic signals and related equipment for entry and exit from the Downtown Transit Center on Alabama, Delaware, and Washington Streets. View IFB online at www.indygo.net/pages/bid-opportunities Deliver Bid Package to: IPTC Procurement, 1501 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46222 No late Bids accepted and proposals must be hard copies.
RFP- Eno Center Transit Senior Executive Program Instructional Services
The Eno Center for Transportation Leadership is seeking qualified firms to develop select course materials and serve as instructors for the Transit Senior Executive Program. This program is considered to be the premier professional development course for prospective executive leaders in the transit industry. Students attend a weeklong, intensive program and hear from some of the most respected individuals in the transit industry. The in-person course is followed by a year of distance learning and Eno’s alumni program.
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC) Request for Proposal
Summary: The Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IPTC) is issuing this Request for Proposal (RFP) to retain environmental management consulting services from a qualified consultant to continue and enhance the current Environmental Management System (EMS).
Contract terms: Three (3) years with (2) one year options
SOUTHWEST OHIO REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY REQUEST FOR BIDS/PROPOSALS
The Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority is planning a procurement for operations and maintenance of the Cincinnati Streetcar via a Request for Proposal.
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL– RFP NO. 43-14
Bidding/proposal instructions, specifications, and contractual terms and conditions will be available on Jan. 7, 2015. Contact SORTA’s Procurement Department, Judy Ross at (513) 632-7516 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation
Ticket Vending Machine System - RFP
The State of Connecticut, Department of Transportation (“CTDOT”), has issued a Request for Proposals (“RFP”), solicitation #14DOT7003, to solicit proposals and procure a Ticket Vending Machine System (“System”) for the new CTrail Hartford Line passenger rail service. The RFP, including the Scope of Work and other documents, provide a description of CTrail Hartford Line service and stations, as well as detailed requirements for the System.
The Scope of Work includes, but is not limited to, the design, manufacture, and installation of the ticket vending machines (“TVMs”) and the operation and maintenance of the System, including, among other things, the TVMs and the Data Collection and Reporting System components, for an initial 5-year period with 2 successive options for CTDOT to extend the operation and maintenance of the System for an additional 5-year period. The Scope of Work also includes potential option work that may be exercised by CTDOT during the term of its agreement with the selected proposer.
Proposals are due by 3:00 p.m. E.S.T. January 28, 2015. No Proposals received after this deadline will be considered. Detailed instructions on how to submit proposals are included in the RFP.
CTDOT will negotiate an agreement with the successful Proposer. A draft agreement, specifying the provisions that CTDOT requires, is included with the RFP.
On behalf of Transdev, Inc., a national transit management company, Vectour Transportation Group is soliciting cost proposals from qualified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (“DBE”) subcontractors or vendors who are currently certified under the California Unified Certification Program as DBEs to perform various support services for the referenced project, including but not limited to the following services: New and used tire supplies, Uniforms, Automotive maintenance and repair, Equipment and supplies, including parts and fluids, and Commercial printing and office supplies. The RFP for the Orange County Transportation Authority may be reviewed at: https://cammnet.octa.net/procurements/landing/Default.aspx?id=41737. If your firm is a DBE certified under the California Unified Certification Program, and you are interested in quoting a portion of the work for this project, please send an email response or inquiry to: Ron Wall at email@example.com. Your response should detail the supplies/services available and current certification, and be received no later than November 4th, 2014. Final quotes are due to Vectour Transportation Group by November 8th, 2014. All proposals are evaluated fairly.
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