PUBLISHED IN THE CLAREMORE DAILY PROGRESS, CLAREMORE, OKLAHOMA, JANUARY 29 & FEBRUARY 5, 2013.
Opportunity for Public Hearing
All interested persons are hereby given notice that Pelivan Transit owned and operated by Grand Gateway EDA and the Northeast Oklahoma Tribal Transit Consortium are seeking financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Transportation, (Federal Transit Administration) for the purpose of operating integrated public rural transportation and tribal transit systems. The Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5311 and 5311 (c) Grant fundings will be used to operate an integrated Public Rural Transportation System and a Tribal Transit System in certain areas of Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers and (northern) Tulsa. Transportation services will include demand response and deviated fixed routes to the general public and tribal citizens. The demand response services will be operated through various multimodal transit centers in the cities and surrounding areas of Claremore, Grove, Miami, Owasso, Pryor and Vinita.
If any person desires a public hearing to discuss the social, economic and/or environmental effects of the proposed projects, they may contact the Transit Director at Grand Gateway (800)482-4594, ext. 33. A copy of the grant applications will be available for public inspection at Grand Gateway, 333 South Oak Street, Big Cabin, OK.