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Transit Plans

Citilink 2030 Transit Development Plan

The Citilink 2030 Transit Development Plan represents a combined report of both a Comprehensive Operations Analysis (COA) and a Transit Development Plan (TDP) for the Fort Wayne Public Transit Corporation, dba Citilink. The COA focuses on the current system characteristics and operations, while the TDP addresses opportunities for improvement over the 10-year planning horizon.

The plan was adopted by the Citilink Board of Directors at its February 14, 2020 meeting and while it is a principal planning document for the Citilink Board of Directors and staff, annual review and minor update is recommended to keep the document current.

Read the Citilink 2030 Transit Development Plan


Coordinated Transit Plan

As changes occur in the Fort Wayne-New Haven-Allen County Metropolitan Planning Area, the transportation system must be modified to respond to new and increasing travel demands. The Transportation Plan, often referred to as a Metropolitan Transportation Plan, is the culmination of a planning process that effectively responds to these changing needs. The Plan links the regional vision of how it wants to grow with financially realistic plans for a multi-modal transportation system, provides strategic direction for investment decisions that transition into the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

The Plan establishes short- and long-term transportation investment and policy agenda for the region. The process for developing the Transportation Plan provides an important opportunity to communicate the priorities, critical choices, and general directions for the region to a broad audience, including planning partners, other stakeholders, elected officials, and the public.


Final DBE Goals 2024-2026

The Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation (FWPTC)/dba Citilink receives assistance from the Federal Transportation Administration for capital equipment purchases/construction, capitalization of maintenance costs, and operating assistance.

Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation is part of the Indiana DBE Unified Certification Program. We periodically review the DBEs certified through this program. There are very few DBE vendors of services and supplies in the Fort Wayne, Indiana area. Potential DBE vendors we have identified are reluctant to complete the Net Worth Statement required by the certification process.

Our DBE goal is posted to our website in accordance with the current guidance. It is our intent to specifically inform our current contractors and any other groups necessary to inform them of our DBE goal along with obtaining updated information regarding available and/or eligible DBE’s. Eligible DBEs have and will be encouraged to become certified if they have not already done so. We will attempt to provide any help a vendor may need. Note that this DBE goal has also been reviewed and approved by the FWPTC board.

Read the Citilink Final DBE Goals 2024-2026


Public Bidding Opportunities

Fort Wayne Public Transportation Corporation (CITLINK or FWPTC) is seeking proposals from qualified firm(s) to replace the roof of our vehicle storage barn at 801 Leesburg Rd., Fort Wayne. The barn is approximately 47,3000 square feet in size.

To be considered, submittals must be received by the due date and time. The receiving time in CITILINK’s lobby located at 801 Leesburg Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46808 will be the governing time for acceptability of proposals. This solicitation does not commit CITILINK to award a contract. CITILINK reserves the right to accept or reject any or all proposals received as a result of this request.

All communication, including questions, MUST BE IN WRITING and directed to the Contracting Officer identified in Section 1.2 of this RFP. Communication may be made via email or facsimile (FAX).

Proposers and their representatives must not make contact or communicate with any CITILINK employee, representatives, Board members, or consultants other than the Contracting Officer with regard to any aspect of this RFP or offers. Communication with any CITILINK employee, representative, Board member or consultant other than the Contracting Officer may result in the offender’s proposal being rejected.

Read RFQ 2024-1