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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

 

JULY 21, 2021

FINAL AGENDA

 

  • CALL TO ORDER
  • APPROVAL OF MINUTES OF PREVIOUS MEETINGS  
  • PRESIDENT & CEO’S MONTHLY REPORT
  • PUBLIC COMMENTS 
  • ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT
  • SENIOR CITIZEN AND DISABLED RESIDENT TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COMMITTEE REPORT
  • BOARD COMMITTEE REPORTS

ACTION ITEMS

2107-46

RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE CONTINUATION OF OPERATING EXPENDITURES IN FISCAL YEAR 2022 – Authorization to expend, in the normal course of business, the funds necessary to meet NJ TRANSIT's obligations, essentially in accordance with the Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget (Action Item 2010-60), resolution and attachments and until the adoption and approval of the Fiscal Year 2022 Operating Budget.

Authorization to acknowledge and accept its responsibility to adopt a final operating budget at the next regularly scheduled meeting or continue to authorize the expenditure of funds essentially in accordance with the Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget.

Authorization to continue or enter into any agreements and expend funds in order to continue NJ TRANSIT's transportation related programs and business operations, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to provide local share and other in-kind services or act as a pass-through agency for Federal or State capital or operating funds, subject to the availability of funds.

2107-47

NJ  TRANSIT  2021  CAPITAL PLAN  UPDATE  ADOPTION  AND  FISCAL  YEAR  2022  AUTHORIZATION  TO  SECURE  CAPITAL FUNDING – Authorization to adopt the 2021 Capital Plan Update, which is an update to A Five-Year Capital Plan, an unconstrained vision of projects to demonstrate opportunities for safety, service reliability, resiliency, sustainability, and other improvements critical to NJ TRANSIT.

Authorization to take whatever actions are necessary to seek and secure the funds envisioned by this Program of Projects.

Authorization to transfer funding sources and amounts among programmed projects as circumstances require, in compliance with the terms and conditions of the grants and other funding sources.

Authorization to make application, execute contracts or agreements, and take whatever other actions are necessary to seek and secure funds, consistent with the basic intent of this program, which may become available subsequent to its adoption.

2107-48

NJ TRANSIT FISCAL YEAR 2022 GRANT PROGRAMS: LOCAL  TRANSPORTATION  FOR  SENIOR CITIZENS, PERSONS  WITH  DISABILITIES,  RURAL,  AND  LOW- INCOME RESIDENTS – Authorization to execute, extend or modify contracts to implement the FY2022 Senior Citizen and Disabled Resident Transportation Assistance Program as set forth in Exhibit A for a total program amount of $22,310,000, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take all other steps necessary to implement the FY2022 FTA Section 5311 Rural and Small Urban Areas program, as set forth in Exhibit B, in the amount of $5,534,844 which includes $3,534,844 in Federal funds and $2,000,000 as the NJ TRANSIT share of the local match, subject to the availability of funds. 

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take all other steps necessary to implement the FY2022 Section 5311 Rural Intercity Program for a total program amount of $666,969, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take all other steps to implement the FY2022 FTA Section 5311(b)(3) Rural Transit Assistance Program in an amount up to $132,157 Federal funds at no cost to NJ TRANSIT, subject to the availability of funds.
Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and leases to implement the FY2022 FTA Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program for $9,600,000 which includes $7,850,000 in Federal funds and $1,750,000 as the NJ TRANSIT share of the local match, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take all other steps to implement the FY2022 New Jersey Jobs Access and Reverse Commute (NJ-JARC) program for $4,500,000 in NJ TRANSIT funds, subject to the availability of funds.

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take other steps to implement the FY2022 New Jersey Jobs Access and Reverse Commute (NJ-JARC) program for up to $1,000,000 in additional funds from the State of New Jersey for a total NJ-JARC program cost of $5,500,000, subject to the availability of funds. 

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take other steps to implement the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2021 and the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, in amounts to be determined at no cost to NJ TRANSIT.

Authorization to execute all appropriate agreements and contracts and to take all other steps to implement any specially-dedicated Congressional appropriations, FTA Section 5307 Small Urban Cities, FTA Section 5309 Major Capital Investments, Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ), and other local projects including funds which will be flexed into ongoing FTA programs under the FY2022 budget for $6,000,000, subject to the availability of funds.

2107-49

COMMUNITY MOBILITY AND LOCAL PROGRAMS PURCHASE OF SEVENTY-FIVE (75) MOBILITY ACCESS VEHICLES – Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 20-008 with Rohrer Enterprises, Inc. DBA Rohrer Bus Sales of Trenton, New Jersey, for the purchase of thirty-five (35) mobility access vehicles at a cost of $1,556,000.00, plus five percent contingencies, subject to the availability of funds and Board approval of the Local Programs annual Board item.

Authorization to exercise the options to extend NJ TRANSIT Contract No.   20-008 to purchase the remaining forty (40) vehicles over the four-year option period in accordance with the Request for Proposal and the vendor’s proposal, at a cost not to exceed $508,900.00 for each additional 12-month period, plus five percent for contingencies, subject to the approval of funds and Board approval of the Local Programs annual Board item.

2107-50

TRANS-HUDSON INTERSTATE BUS SURVEY – Authorization to enter into a NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 20-054 with Resource Systems Group, Inc., of White River Junction, Vermont, for the Trans-Hudson Interstate Bus Survey, subject to the availability of funds.

2107-51 EXECUTION   OF  CONTRACT   20-084   FOR  THE   PROVISION OF ACCESS LINK SERVICE IN REGION 4 (MERCER, MIDDLESEX, MONMOUTH, AND NORTH OCEAN COUNTIES) – Authorization to enter into NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 20-084 with First Transit, Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio, to operate Access Link service in Region 4 (Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, and North Ocean Counties) for a 36-month base contract period for Fiscal Year 2022 through  Fiscal  Year 2025 at a cost not to exceed $45,930,576, plus five percent contingencies, for a total contract authorization of $48,227,105, subject to the availability of funds and Board approval of NJ TRANSIT’s Operating Budget.
2107-52

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR ORACLE SOFTWARE MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT TO MYTHICS FOR DATABASE INFRASTRUCTURE AND  APPLICATIONS  – Authorization to enter into a software maintenance contract for Oracle EBS with Mythics of Virginia Beach, Virginia, for the period of June 21, 2021 through June 20, 2022, in an amount not to exceed $2,081,157.12, plus five percent for contingencies, subject to the availability of funds.  

2107-53 PROCUREMENT BY EXCEPTION TO PURCHASE TWO ENGINE DYNAMOMETERS, DATA ACQUISITION AND CONTROL, AND WATER SYSTEMS FOR THE BUS CENTRAL MAINTENANCE FACILITY – Authorization to enter into a procurement-by-exception contract (EOI Contract No. 20-342) for the purchase of two Engine Dynamometers, Data Acquisition and Control, and Water Systems with Taylor Dynamometer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for installation, commissioning, startup testing, and related training in an amount not to exceed $499,001.55, plus ten percent for contingencies, for a total authorization of $548,901.00, subject to the availability of funds.
2107-54 SUPERSTORM SANDY AND OTHER PROPERTY INSURANCE CLAIMS/ RECOVERY ASSISTANCE – Authorization to increase the amount for  NJ TRANSIT Contract No. 10-046 with Marsh USA by $2,500,000, plus five percent for contingency, for a total contract authorization of $8,896,270, subject to the availability of funds.
2107-55 PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM OF KILIEK ANTHONY – Authorization to settle the claim of Kiliek Anthony through his attorney, at an amount discussed in Executive Session. The Attorney General has approved the proposed settlement, subject to the availability of funds. 

 

  • EXECUTIVE SESSION AUTHORIZATION
  • ADJOURNMENT

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