Tehama County
California

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a.              At the January 28, 2020 Board of Supervisors meeting the purchase of two (2) Glaval buses was approved, using Local Transportation Funds. There has been a delay in the Federal funding for the 2018 order with no anticipated approval date. Additionally, the collision on Gerber Road and 99W on January 7, 2020, is necessitating an immediate purchase in order to maintain the current level of service to the public.

 

b.              Staff would like to announce that Walllis Design Studio Architects are currently compiling a cost estimate for Phase III of the Transit Facility upgrades. Their services were utilized for the first phase of the facility remodel which is predicted to be completed in April. 

 

c.              Transportation Manager, Jessica Riske-Gomez, is proud to announce that staff was awarded, on behalf of Tehama County Transit Agency Board, $592,998 in 5339 competitive grant funding for the third phase of the facility remodel, $300,000 in 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities for paratransit services and TCTC staff were the first in the state to submit the regions annual  5311 application.

Meeting History

Feb 24, 2020 8:45 AM Audio Tehama County Transit Agency Board Regular
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Chairman Hatley made the following announcements:

a. At the January 28, 2020 Board of Supervisors meeting the purchase of two (2)

Glaval buses was approved, using Local Transportation Funds. There has been a

delay in the Federal funding for the 2018 order with no anticipated approval date.

Additionally, the collision on Gerber Road and 99W on January 7, 2020, is

necessitating an immediate purchase in order to maintain the current level of

service to the public.

b. Staff would like to announce Walllis Design Studio Architects are currently

compiling a cost estimate for Phase III of the Transit Facility upgrades. Their

services were utilized for the first phase of the facility remodel which is predicted

to be completed in April.

c. Transportation Manager, Jessica Riske-Gomez, is proud to announce that staff

was awarded, on behalf of Tehama County Transit Agency Board, $592,998 in

5339 competitive grant funding for the third phase of the facility remodel,

$300,000 in 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

for paratransit services and TCTAB staff were the first in the state to submit the

regions annual 5311 application