Jan 15, 2015
Riders board at Tower City

CLEVELAND -- The Board of Trustees of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) will meet at 9 a.m., Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in the George F. Dixon, III Board Room, 1240 W. Sixth St. The agenda items are:

Planning and Development Committee

  • Presentation of a competitive negotiated procurement for architecture/engineering services for the Lee-Shaker Station
  • Discussion of interagency agreement with ODOT for Section 2 of Opportunity Corridor Project

Board Meeting

2015-1 – Expressing congratulations to the employees of the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority who retired during the fourth quarter of 2014

2015-2 – Authorizing Contract No. 2014-152 with CHA Consulting, Inc. for Project 24T – Architect/Engineer Services for Lee-Shaker Station in an amount not to exceed $160,000.00 (RTA Development Fund, Engineering & Project Development Department budget)

2015-3 – Authorizing Contract No. 2014-174 with Northeast Lubricants, LTD. for the furnishing of engine oil, as specified and as required, for a period of one (1) year in an amount not to exceed $291,872.75 (General Fund, Fleet Management Department budget)

2015-4 – Authorizing Contract No. 2014-176 with US Utility Contractor, Inc. for Project 15.82 – Warrensville-Van Aken Station route indicator, as specified and as required, in an amount not to exceed $258,490.00 (RTA Development Fund, Engineering & Project Development Department budget)

2015-5 – Authorizing Contract No. 2014-192 with Ultramain Systems, Inc. to provide software maintenance for the authority’s CITME Maintenance and Materials Management System for a period of one year in an amount of $359,448.00 with two annual renewals in amounts not to exceed $372,025.00 and $385,130.00, respectively, for a total contract amount not to exceed $1,116,603.00 (General Fund, Information Technology Department budget)

2015-6 – Authorizing an Interagency Agreement with the Ohio Department of Transportation to fund a portion of the improvements to the Authority’s Quincy/East 105th Street Station, under section 2 of the Opportunity Corridor Project (RTA Development Fund, Engineering and Project Development budget)

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