RFP: Fare Collection Software, Technology, and Deployment (My-Ride)

Location: Marshall, Minn.

Deadline: Sep. 22 at 2 p.m. CDT

This is a joint procurement by Community Transit of United Community Action Partnership, Prairie Five RIDES of Prairie Five Community Action, and Central Community Transit to obtain services from a single vendor to implement a farecard (My-Ride) collection service based on secured technologies, applications, and tools.

To receive a copy of the RFP, please email the RFP Administrator, Debra R. Brisk, P.E. at deb.brisk@outlook.com.

Questions regarding the RFP must be sent via email to the RFP Administrator no later than Sep. 14, 2020 at 2 p.m., CDT. Responses will be distributed to everyone on the responder list by Sep. 16 at 2 p.m., CDT.

All potential Vendors or supportive services/Vendors who potentially desire to respond to this RFP must email the RFP Administrator of their interest in responding to this RFP to be added to the responder list. All attachments and an Excel template file will be provided to the Vendors who identify themselves as potential responders to this RFP.

Proposals must be emailed to the RFP Administrator by the deadline of Sep. 22 at 2 p.m., CDT to be considered. The proposal will only be accepted as an attachment to an email and should be assembled as a single, printable PDF, including all attachments and forms. The subject line on the email must be PROPOSAL – RFP My-Ride.

The agencies reserve the right to cancel this RFP or postpone the date and time for submitting proposals at any time prior to the proposal due date. The agencies specifically reserve the right to reject any or all proposals including, without limitation, nonconforming, nonresponsive proposals; to investigate the background of any Vendor; to reject any provisions identified in the proposal; to waive any informalities or non-material deviations in the proposals; or to obtain new proposals.

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