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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


AUGUST 9, 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 DECEMBER 2017)

ØBOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS

Customer Service Committee

Administration Committee

Capital Planning, Policy and Privatization Committee

Ø EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR’S MONTHLY REPORT


ACTION ITEMS


ITEM 1708-33: NJ TRANSIT RESILIENCE PROGRAM: MEADOWS MAINTENANCE COMPLEX (MMC)/RAIL OPERATIONS CENTER (ROC) BUILDING FLOOD CONTROL: CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT AWARD AND AMENDMENT TO 2012 TASK ORDER CONSULTANT CONTRACTS PROGRAM FOR CONSTRUCTION ASSISTANCE


Authorization to take any and all actions to negotiate and execute Contract No. 17-006X with DMR Construction Services for Construction Contract Award in an amount not to exceed $18,340,280, 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 Jacobs Engineering, Inc. (NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 13-006B) by $650,080 for Construction Assistance services and other related services to support the MMC/ROC Building Flood Control Project and coordination with other MMC area projects for a maximum authorization amount of $9,550,080 for this contract (NJ TRANSIT Resilience Program) and a maximum authorization amount of $117,401,206 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 1708-34: LACKAWANNA CUT-OFF PASSENGER RESTORATION PROJECT MINIMAL OPERABLE SEGMENT (MOS) PORT MORRIS TO ANDOVER: AMENDMENT OF CONTRACT TO ADD DESIGN SERVICES

Authorization to amend the professional services Contract No. 02-084 with Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. (formerly Edwards & Kelcey, Inc.) of Morristown, New Jersey, to provide design services for the Lackawanna Cut-Off Minimal Operable Segment (MOS) from Port Morris to Andover,

 

ITEM 1708-35: ELIZABETH STATION: GROUND LEASE EXTENSION WITH THE CITY OF ELIZABETH        

Authorization to take any and all actions necessary to extend the term of the existing lease Agreement with the City an additional ten years for the City to continue to use, operate and maintain the Elizabeth Midtown Parking Deck.

ITEM 1708-36: REGULATIONS: ADOPTION OF NEW RULES: N.J.A.C. 16:87 PROOF OF PAYMENT

Authorization to take all actions necessary to adopt the regulations, N.J.A.C. 16:87 et seq., Proof of Payment, consistent with this Board item and Exhibit A.

ITEM 1708-37: EXERCISE OF ONE-YEAR ADVERTISING REVENUE CONTRACT EXTENSION

Authorization to exercise an option to extend for one year NJ TRANSIT’s advertising revenue contract with Intersection in consideration of Intersection’s (a) payment to NJ TRANSIT of the minimum annual guarantee of not less than $12,300,000 for the extension period, and (b) payment to NJ TRANSIT of 63 percent of net revenue above the minimum annual guarantee of not less than $12,300,000.

This is an increase from the $11,915,000 minimum annual guarantee and 62.5 percent revenue share that NJ TRANSIT received for the 2016-2017 contract year. In addition, Intersection will continue to market long-term sponsorship opportunities and install digital advertising at NJ TRANSIT stations.

EXECUTIVE SESSION AUTHORIZATION: Discuss personnel matters, contract negotiations, the status of pending and anticipated litigation and matters falling within the attorney-client privilege, including, but not limited to, Settlement of Pending Condemnation Matter – New Jersey Transit Corporation v. Mary Franco, Carol Franco and M&C Franco & Co. and the Personal Injury Claim of Antonio Almeida.

ITEM 1708-38: SETTLEMENT OF PENDING CONDEMNATION MATTER – NEW JERSEY TRANSIT CORPORATION v. MARY FRANCO, CAROL FRANCO AND M&C FRANCO & CO.

Authorization to take all necessary steps to agree to the form of and to cause entry of a final consent judgment in the NJ TRANSIT v. Mary Franco, Carol Franco and M&C Franco Co. condemnation matter, in amount discussed in executive session, and to take other actions consistent with settlement, as discussed in executive session. The Attorney General has approved the proposed settlement, subject to the availability of funds.

ITEM 1708-39: PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM OF ANTONIO ALMEIDA

Authorization to settle the claim of Antonio Almeida through his attorney, at an amount discussed in executive session. The Attorney General has approved the proposed settlement, subject to the availability of funds.

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS ON OTHER MATTERS

ADJOURNMENT


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