The report describes how to develop private sector transit contracts at the local level. It focuses on the experiences of rural transit operators who have successfullly entered into contractual service agreements. It was originally developed as the background document for a workshop on contracting. The document's first section explores the benefits for contracting to the public and private sectors, planning for contracted services, how to develop the contract document itself, and how to monitor the service, maintenance, and financial aspects of a contract for transit service or support activities. The second section of the manual contains actual examples of procurement documents, notices, and procedures for use by the transit manager.Workshop Manual. EXHIBIT IV ... vehicle hour 3. Dedicated Vehicle Auto Liability 70, 822 70, 822 Insurance for vehicles listed in _-~*aa-a 2 above 2 1 ; OT 425 R 6 F (505) EXHIBIT IV a PROGRAM BUDGET OTHER ACCOUNTS City of Lot.
|Title||:||Private Sector Contracting Workshop Manual for Rural and Small Urban Public Transportation Providers|