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It also received the highest staff score. RTA Director Matt Woolbright asked staff, both at a committee meeting on September 22 and again on Wednesday, if it was possible to seek the best and final offers from the three finalists. However, applicants were informed in the request for proposals that the RTA had the option to do just that. The committee exists as a mode of communication for MV Transportation to understand and provide better customer service to agencies that MV Transportation contracts for. Dan Leyendecker, board secretary, said during the September meeting the committee's role is to make sure MV Transportation does better work across its platform.
Leyendecker is not a member of the operations and capital projects committee. Wednesday, Cruz-Aedo said it was the decision of staff not to pursue the best and final offer from all finalists in order to be consistent with industry practices and that the RTA was compliant in the process.
Is that accurate? All three of them can do a good job," Saldana said. RTA attorney John Bell said even if the RTA were to negotiate with the companies it wouldn't make a substantial difference in the scoring, given the price differential was half a point. Patrick said that if the RTA does not like the best and final offer given by MV Transportation, it has the option to move on to the second and then third company. The aforementioned Board of Directors Member made the motion to move the contract to November and was seconded by another Board of Directors Member.
The motion did not receive support. He said while those s were not a requirement of the proposal, they were highly encouraged and had ly been included within bid proposals. Woolbright calculated this is about. A local DBE would not have the national transit resources needed to be competitive. Director Lynn Allison said she came into Wednesday's meeting in support of MV Transportation after speaking with staff, noting when there have been staffing issues at the company they were immediately addressed.
The company ranked two, First Transit, indicated if any employees needed to be replaced, they would be open to that and work with the RTA. However, staff said it is unable to take that into consideration while scoring the company. Given the negligible difference in price, Director Gabi Canales questioned staff on how it arrived at scoring the three companies. Staff told directors that after the initial scoring, the scores are revealed to determine the top three or four companies. At that point, an interview was held with the top three companies.
Then a post-interview was held and staff determines if any revisions needed to be made to the scoring matrix. In order to seek an apples-to-apples comparison for bidding purposes, companies were given a set of hours to bid on. However, the cost for the RTA may increase, or decrease, depending on several factors, including ridership. The contract also includes a bid on a service that has yet to be approved by the board. That service is a new late-night ADA program. Woolbright said he was unaware of the program and staff indicated it was something shared at the board retreat but has not yet been budgeted.
Matt Woolbright: Table the vote and over the next month seek a best and final offer from the three finalists. Lynn Allison: Enter into negotiations with MV Transporation for a five-year contract for paratransit and small bus operations. No: Gabi Canales. News Local News. Actions Facebook Tweet . Corpus Christi RTA enters into negotiations on major contract. By: Rachel Denny Clow. Copyright Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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