The Massachusetts Port Authority, on behalf of the Regional Transportation Center (RTC) Joint Venture, invites submission of proposals from persons or firms interested in entering into a six year contract with one three year option commencing approximately May 1, 2008 for Facility Management Services at the Anderson Regional Transportation Center. The RTC Joint Venture is a partnership comprised of the MBTA, Massport, and the Mass Highway Department, which collectively own the Anderson Regional Transportation Center (RTC). The Anderson RTC is a multi-modal transportation facility which is served by MBTA Commuter Rail service, Logan Express Service to Boston-Logan International Airport, Scheduled Bus Service to Manchester International Airport, and Amtrak's Downeaster Train Service.
Services to be provided include:
- revenue collection for the parking and bus operations,
- management of the RTC parking facilities,
- property management services.
Sealed proposals will be received by the Massachusetts Port Authority at or prior to 3:00 P.M. local time on Wednesday, January 10, 2008 at the Executive Offices of the Authority, Logan Office Center, One Harborside Drive, 200S, East Boston, MA 02128-2909.
Proposal documents may be obtained from Mr. Douglas C. Wheaton, Transportation Contract Manager, at Massportâ€™s Transportation Department, West Garage 2nd Floor, Logan International Airport, East Boston, MA (Tel. 617- 561 1621 Fax: 617-561-1655). The RTC Joint Venture is soliciting competitive proposals pursuant to a determination that such a process best serves the interest of the RTC Joint Venture, and the general public. The proposer acknowledges the RTC Joint Venture's right to accept or to reject any and all proposals, to withdraw or amend this Request for Proposals at any time, to initiate best and final negotiations with one or more Proposers, to modify or amend with the consent of the Proposer any proposal prior to acceptance, to waive any formality and to effect any agreement otherwise, all as the RTC Joint Venture in its sole judgment may deem to be in its best interest.