Passes for Employees

RRTA Sales Outlet Program allows employers to provide RRTA passes to their employees at their place of business. Employers can pay for the entire cost of the passes or pay a portion of the cost. The convenience of providing the passes at the employee’s place of work is an added bonus for employees. Also, there are tax benefits for both the employer and employee. To become an RRTA sales outlet, contact the Marketing Manager by calling 397-5613.

Other programs such as Commuter Services of South Central PA and RidECO vouchers offer other transportation alternatives for businesses. Check out each program for more details.


Transit Vouchers

RidECO vouchers are offered by the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and can be used to buy RRTA passes. It saves employers and commuters money because the program takes advantage of federal legislation that allows tax free dollars to pay for transit fares. To learn more contact DVRPC at 215-592-1800 or visit www.RidECO.org

Transit Tax Benefit

Section 132(f) of the Federal tax code enables employers to offer pre-tax purchase of up to $245 per month in qualified train and transit fares. Commuter Services, RRTA’s partner, helps employers set up these plans as part of its free services. For more information, contact 1-866-579-RIDE or visit www.PaCommuterServices.org.


Interior and Exterior Bus and Bus Shelter Advertising

Information on advertising with RRTA, including pricing, location, and duration of your campaign is managed by an outside vendor on RRTA’s behalf. Contact information is provided below:

Vector Media

Contact: Anthony Maydwell
amaydwell@directmediausa.com

Phone: 717 -635-8279

Mobile: 717-592-8792

View More Info on Direct Media USA


Commuter Services of PA

Red Rose Transit Authority is a member of Commuter Services of PA, an organization dedicated to reducing the number of commuters riding alone in a car. Commuter Services can provide businesses with transportation options and allow employees to sign up for ride matching services in a secure database.

Learn about the many alternatives to driving alone


Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) Program

The South Central Transit Authority (SCTA) is responsible for the management and administration of RRTA and conducts all procurement activities in support of the bus and shared ride service operated by RRTA.  As a result, SCTA is responsible for the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program.

SCTA established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) 49 CFR Part 26. SCTA receives federal financial assistance from the DOT, and as a condition of receiving this assistance, SCTA signed an assurance it will comply with 49 CFR Part 26. It is the policy of SCTA to ensure that DBEs, as defined in Part 26, have an equal opportunity to receive and participate in contracting and procurement activities of SCTA, including all DOT-assisted contracts. In addition, SCTA is committed to fostering small business enterprise participation in the procurement of goods and services.

SCTA’s Policy Statement regarding DBE Participation in contracting and procurement activities is available by clicking the first link below.  A copy of the Policy Statement issued by SCTA regarding its commitment to fostering small business participation in the procurement of goods and services is available by clicking the link below.

For information on the SCTA DBE please go to SCTA Website DBE Program pageRequests for language assistance may be forwarded to info@sctapa.com.

SCTA DBE Participation Policy Statement

SCTA Fostering Small Business Enterprise Participation Policy Statement

 

 


Procurement and Sales

There are no RRTA Procurement Activities at the current time.

 

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