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 NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION

NJ TRANSIT BUS OPERATIONS, INC.

NJ TRANSIT RAIL OPERATIONS, INC.

NJ TRANSIT MERCER, INC.

NJ TRANSIT MORRIS, INC.

REGULARLY SCHEDULED BOARD OF DIRECTORS’ MEETINGS


JUNE 14, 2017

 

FINAL AGENDA

 

ØCALL TO ORDER

ØSAFETY ANNOUNCEMENT

ØPLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

ØAPPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS

ØPUBLIC COMMENTS ON AGENDA ACTION ITEMS ONLY

ØADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT

ØSENIOR CITIZEN AND DISABLED RESIDENT TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT (NEXT REPORT JULY 2017)

ØBOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS

Customer Service Committee

Administration Committee

Capital Planning, Policy and Privatization Committee

Ø EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S MONTHLY REPORT


ACTION ITEMS


ITEM 1706-17: NJ TRANSIT RESILIENCE PROGRAM – HOBOKEN BOILER AND TERMINAL REPAIRS: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARD AND AMENDMENT TO 2012 TASK ORDER CONSULTANT CONTRACTS PROGRAM FOR CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANCE SERVICES

Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract No.17-022X with DMR Construction Services, Inc., for the construction of the Hoboken Boiler and Terminal Repairs Project in an amount not to exceed $10,354,454.69, plus five percent for contingencies, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to increase the total authorization amount for the 2012 Capital Planning and Programs Task Order Consultant Contracts Program with STV, Inc. (NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 13-006C) by $765,776 for Construction Assistance services and other related services to support the Hoboken Boiler and Terminal Repairs Project and coordination with other Hoboken area projects, for a maximum authorization amount of $8,765,776 for this contract (NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program and a maximum authorization amount of $114,001,126 for the 2012 Task Order Consultant Contracts Program (NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program), subject to the availability of funds. The maximum task order and contract limits for these contracts previously approved for the 2012 Task Order Consultant Contracts Program will not apply to tasks related to the NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program.

ITEM 1706-18: NJ TRANSIT RESILIENCE PROGRAM – OBSERVER HIGHWAY SWITCHING STATION: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARD

Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 16-042X with DMR Construction, Inc. of Waldwick, NJ, for the construction of the Observer Highway Switching Station project in an amount not to exceed $2,780,741.24, plus five percent for contingencies, subject to the availability of funds.

ITEM 1706-19: NJ TRANSIT RESILIENCE PROGRAM – SUBSTATIONS: AMENDMENT TO 2012 TASK ORDER CONSULTANT CONTRACTS PROGRAM

Authorization to increase the total authorization amount for the 2012 Capital Planning and Programs Task Order Consultant Contracts Program with Gannett Fleming, Inc. (NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 13-006A) by $2,750,000, for a maximum authorization amount of $13,390,000 for this contract (NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program) and a maximum authorization amount of $116,751,126 for the 2012 Task Order Consultant Contracts Program (NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program), subject to the availability of funds. The maximum task order and contract limits for this contract previously approved for the 2012 Task Order Consultant Contracts Program will not apply to tasks related to the NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program.

ITEM 1706-20: 2018 CAPITAL PLANNING AND PROGRAMS TASK ORDER CONSULTANT CONTRACTS PROGRAM: CORRIDOR PLANNING: ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTING SERVICES; QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH; RAIL OPERATIONS AND INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING; AND STATIONS, ACCESS, PARKING, AND SITE PLANNING

Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract Nos. 16-018 through 16-022 with the firms shown in Exhibit A for engineering, research and planning support services on a task order basis in five disciplines: Corridor Planning; Environmental Consulting Services; Qualitative and Quantitative Research; Rail Operations and Infrastructure Planning; and Stations, Access, Parking, and Site Planning. The total value of the 2018 Task Order Consultant Contracts Program, of which these contracts comprise the first package, is $50,000,000. Each contract will extend for five years; the maximum task and contract limits for each discipline are shown in Exhibit B.

Authorization to extend the term of the 2012 Capital Planning and Programs Task Order Consultant Contracts Program contracts in five disciplines: Architectural/Engineering; Bridge and Railway Engineering; Travel Demand Forecasting; and Transit-Friendly Planning, Land Use and Development for a targeted and limited extension as shown on Exhibit C. The current task limits, contract limits, and overall authorization for this program will remain unchanged.

ITEM 1706-21: NJ TRANSIT RESILIENCE PROGRAM – INTEGRITY OVERSIGHT MONITORING SERVICES CONTRACTS – EXTENSION OF TIME

Authorization to exercise the first two-year period option to extend NJ TRANSIT Contract Nos. 14-033A with CohnReznick, LLP, 14-033B with Eisner Amper LLP, 14-033C with RSM, LLP (formerly McGladery, LLP), and 14-033D with Thacher Associates, LLC utilizing the previously approved total authorization amount not to exceed the sum of $15,000,000 (Fifteen Million Dollars) as authorized in Board Item 1405-19 dated May 15, 2014 for all approved Work Authorizations (WAs) that may be issued to these four (4) IOM Consultants during the two-year contract extension period, subject to availability of funds.

ITEM 1706-22: CONTRACTING OUT: PASSAIC COUNTY LOCAL BUS SERVICE

Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 17-001 with Community Transportation, Inc. of Paramus, New Jersey, to operate the Passaic County Local Bus Service, as set forth in Exhibit A for a 36-month contract period from August 27, 2017 through August 29, 2020, at a total cost not to exceed $20,202,815, plus five percent for contingencies.

Authorization to exercise options to extend NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 17-001 for two 24-month periods, in accordance with the Request for Proposal and the carrier’s proposal, at a cost not to exceed $14,566,020 the first option period from August 30, 2020 through August 27, 2022 and $15,408,268 for the second option period from August 28, 2022 through August 31, 2024, plus five percent for contingencies.

The combined contract cost with option periods is not to exceed $ 50,177,103, plus five percent for contingencies.

ITEM 1706-23: FISCAL YEAR 2018 SOLE, SINGLE, AND LIMITED SOURCE PROCUREMENT BY EXCEPTION WAIVER AUTHORIZATION

Authorization to enter into sole, single or limited source procurement-by-exception contracts for the purchase of materials and services from approved vendors set forth in Exhibit A1 (subject to adjustments) to support Bus, Rail, Light Rail, and administrative operations at a cost not to exceed $25,000,000, subject to the availability of funds. The Board will be notified of new firms whose aggregate spend exceeds $250,000 within the fiscal year. This request will cover a 12-month period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.

Authorization to enter into sole, single, or limited source procurement-by-exception contracts for the purpose of maintaining/upgrading hardware and software systems from approved vendors set forth in Exhibit A2 (subject to adjustments) to support NJ TRANSIT's Information Systems at a total cost not to exceed $27,000,000, subject to the availability of funds. The Board will be notified of new firms whose aggregate spend exceeds $250,000 within the fiscal year. This request will cover a 12-month period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.

Authorization to enter into sole, single or limited source procurement-by-exception contracts for the purchase of materials and service from approved vendors set forth in Exhibit A3 (subject to adjustments) to support NJ TRANSIT’s Resilience Program at a cost not to exceed $10,000,000 subject to the availability of funds and FTA approval. The Board will be notified of new firms whose aggregate spend exceeds $250,000 within the fiscal year. This request will cover a 12-month period from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018.

ITEM 1706-24: CORPORATE INSURANCE PROGRAM ANNUAL RENEWAL

Authorization to revise and renew the Corporate Insurance Program and to include services necessary to administer the Program for the period July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018 at an annual cost not to exceed $20,000,000, plus five percent for contingencies, subject to the availability of funds and adoption of the FY2018 Operating Budget.

ITEM 1706-25: INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AUDIT SERVICES AGREEMENTS

Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract Nos. 16-032A with Control Solutions International, Inc. of Woburn, Massachusetts, 16-032B with Experis US, Inc. of Parsippany, New Jersey and 16-032C with Protiviti of New York, New York, who will perform IT audit services for a three-year term and up to two individual option years at a total cost, for all three contracts, not to exceed $750,000, plus five percent contingency, subject to the availability of funds. The total annual amount for all three contracts will not exceed $150,000, plus five percent contingency, subject to the availability of funds.

ITEM 1706-26: ANNUAL NOTICE OF MEETINGS

Authorization to adopt the Annual Notice of Meetings (Exhibit A) for all of the Board of Directors’ meetings during Fiscal Year 2018.

EXECUTIVE SESSION AUTHORIZATION: Discuss personnel matters, contract negotiations, the status of pending and anticipated litigation and matters falling within the attorney-client privilege.

Ø PUBLIC COMMENTS ON OTHER MATTERS

 

Ø ADJOURNMENT


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