NYC Requests Proposals For Use Of High-Speed Passenger Vessels

The Tri-State Regional Planning Commission and the New York Department of Transportation, Bureau of Ferries and General Aviation Operations, is engaged in a United States Department of Transportation, Urban Mass Transportation Administration Demonstration Project to test the feasibility of using high-speed marine passenger vessels in the New York City Metropolitan Area waterways.

Proposals are requested from qualified contractors for providing equipment and related services on a lease basis.

The proposed demonstration project will use a minimum of one and not more than three highspeed marine vessels, with a minimum seating capacity of 80 passengers. A contract will be executed with a single firm to provide, under lease arrangement, the required equipment and services.

Further information may be obtained in person or by writing.

Requests for Proposals may be obtained only on written request to: Tri-State Regional Planning Commission, c / o John Mok, Senior Coordinator, One World Trade Center — 82nd Floor, New York, N.Y. 10048.

Proposals must be received by the Tri-State Regional Planning Commission at the above address on or before 5 p.m., August 18, 1978.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 24,  Aug 1978

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