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					                 CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY

                       CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSIT SYSTEM
           CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT, INCORPORATED

                CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSIT SYSTEM, NUMBER ONE
           CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT, INCORPORATED

                CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSIT SYSTEM, NUMBER TWO
           CAPITAL DISTRICT TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT, INCORPORATED

                           ACCESS TRANSIT SERVICES, INC.

                                 CDTA FACILITIES, INC.

                     MINUTES OF JUNE 28, 2006 BOARD MEETING
           ______________________________________________________________

PRESENT:          David M. Stackrow, Chairman
                  Donald C. MacElroy, Vice Chairman
                  Henry S. DeLegge, Secretary
                  Arthur F. Young, Jr., Treasurer
                  James Cappiello
                  Denise Figueroa
                  C. Michael Ingersoll
                  Wayne L. Pratt

EXCUSED:          Raymond Melleady, Interim Executive Director

ATTENDING:        David E. Winans, General Counsel
                  Carmino N. Basile, Director of Business Development
                  Michael P. Collins, Director of Human Resources & Safety
                  Milton Pratt, Chief Financial Officer
                  Mark Wos, Director of Facilities
                  Kristina E. Younger, Director of Strategic Planning
                  Patrick Campbell, Director of Transportation
                  Margo Janack, Manager of Corporate Communications
                  Dorraine Teitsch, Audit Assistant
                  Stacy Sansky, Director of Procurement
                  Anthony J. Grieco, Director of Service Planning
                  Richard Pitt, Manager of Flexible Services
                  Elizabeth M. Voss, Director of Training & Staff Development
                  Steve Green, President & Business Agent, ATU Local 1321
                  David Suggs, CDCAT
                  Edward Rich, CDCAT
                  William Kahn, UHY
                  George Deutsch, Albany Yellow
                  Madeline Kauffman, Attorney for Albany Yellow
                  Richard Wiener, Attorney for Albany Yellow
                  Bret Peek, Capitaland Taxi
                  Cathy Woodruff, Times Union
                  Edith Stalpinski, Executive Secretary
Board Meeting Minutes
June 28, 2006
Page 2

       The meeting of the Board, held at the offices of the Authority, was called to order by
David M. Stackrow, Chairman, at 4:49 p.m.

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Pratt and carried unanimously to
approve the minutes of the May 31, 2006 Board Meeting.

COMMITTEE REPORTS:

GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE – Mr. Stackrow, Chairman, reported that the Governance
Committee had not met in June, but, the Company and Union Negotiating Team had successfully
come to a settlement agreement. Mr. Collins gave a brief review of the highlights of the
settlement. The Committee recommends that the Authority approve the Collective Bargaining
Agreement for 2005 – 2009. Staff was commended for their efforts and for keeping the Board
apprised of its progress.

         A motion was made by Mr. Figueroa, seconded by Mr. MacElroy and carried
unanimously that the Authority adopt Resolution No. 21 – 2006 approving the Collective
Bargaining Agreement between Capital District Transit System, Number One, Capital District
Transportation District, Inc. and the Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1321; and Capital
District Transit System, Number Two, Capital District Transportation District, Inc. and the
Amalgamated Transit Union, Local 1321 that are hereby extended and amended to and including
June 15, 2009.

PERFORMANCE OVERSIGHT & STAKEHOLDER RELATIONS COMMITTEE – Mr.
Young reported the following:

       The Performance Oversight & Stakeholder Relations Committee met on June 23, 2006 at
        8:00 a.m. at The Desmond Hotel and Conference Center.

       The Committee recommends awarding a contract to Complete Coach Works of
        Riverside, CA for the installation of automated wheelchair ramps on all NOVA style
        buses at a total cost of $468, 815.

        A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Pratt and carried unanimously that
        the Authority adopt Resolution No. 22 – 2006 awarding a 5-year contract for retrofit of
        wheelchair ramps to Complete Coach Works of Riverside, CA at a total cost of $468,815.

       The Committee recommends that a 3-year contract (with 2 one year extension options) be
        awarded to Brasco International, Inc. of Detroit, MI for fabrication and delivery of
        passenger shelters at unit prices consistent with quotes provided in their proposal.

        A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Cappiello and carried
        unanimously that the Authority adopt Resolution No. 23 – 2006 awarding a 3-
        year contract (with 2 one year extension options) to Brasco International, Inc. of
        Detroit, MI for purchase of the pre-fabricated bus shelters, at the unit prices set
Board Meeting Minutes
June 28, 2006
Page 3

       forth in the bidder’s proposal, subject to acceptance and satisfaction of all contract terms
       and requirements.

      The Committee recommends that a 3-year contract (with 2 one year extension options) be
       awarded to Capitaland Taxi Corporation of Albany, NY for the taxi concession at the
       Rensselaer Rail Station. The revenue guarantee in the first year of the contract will be
       $84,000 with subsequent years adjusted in correspondence to changes in the Consumer
       Price Index. A protest to the award from Albany Yellow (another contractor) was duly
       noted.

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Pratt and carried unanimously that
       the Authority adopt Resolution No. 24 – 2006 awarding a 3-year contract (with 2 one
       year extension options) to Capitaland Taxi Corporation of Albany, New York for the taxi
       concession at the Rensselaer Rail Station contingent upon compliance with the terms and
       conditions set forth in the specifications and other contract documents.

      The Committee recommends that a 3-year contract (with 2 one year extension options) be
       awarded to Capitaland Taxi Corporation of Albany, NY for the provision of taxi service
       to support STAR service. The rate in the first year of the contract will be approximately
       $12.44 per trip, with subsequent years adjusted in correspondence to changes in the
       Consumer Price Index.

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Cappiello and carried unanimously
       that the Authority adopt Resolution No. 25 – 2006 awarding a 3-year contract (with 2 one
       year extension options) to Capitaland Taxi Corporation of Albany, New York for the
       provision of taxi service to support paratransit (STAR) service contingent upon
       compliance with the terms and conditions set forth in the specifications and other contract
       documents.

      The Committee recommends awarding a 3-year contract (with 2 one year extension
       options) to Gilbert Tweed Associates of New York City for Executive Search Services.
       Their immediate task is to assist the Board in the recruitment of candidates for the
       Executive Director position.

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. DeLegge and carried unanimously
       that the Authority adopt Resolution No. 26 – 2006 awarding a 3-year contract (with 2 one
       year extension options) to Gilbert Tweed Associates of New York City for Executive
       Search Services at a cost not to exceed $40,000.

      The Committee reviewed the annual audit of CDTA’s financial statements and their
       report finds the Authority to be in compliance. The Committee recommends acceptance
       of the Financial and Compliance Report for period ended March 31, 2006 prepared by
       UHY, LLP.
Board Meeting Minutes
June 28, 2006
Page 4

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Ms. Figueroa and carried unanimously
       that the Authority adopt Resolution No. 27 – 2006 approving the Financial and
       Compliance Report by UHY, LLP, external auditors, dated March 31, 2006 for fiscal
       year April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006 and authorize its filing with the appropriate
       governmental entities.

      The Committee reviewed the Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program, which is
       required by the federal government to be done on an annual basis. At that time a DBE
       participation goal is to be set.

       A motion was made by Mr. Young, seconded by Mr. Pratt and carried unanimously that
       the Authority adopt Resolution No. 28 – 2006 approving the Disadvantaged Business
       Enterprise (DBE) Program for FY2006 in compliance with the Unites States Department
       of Transportation Regulations [49 C.F.R. part 26] with a DBE contracting goal of one
       percent (1%).

      The monthly management report was in the members’ packets.

      The quarterly meeting of the Investment Committee was held on June 27, 2006 with
       Johnson, Illington. The Committee reviewed the portfolio and found it to be providing
       better than average returns.

      The Committee discussed the difficulties associated with the new telephone system.
       These issues will be rectified immediately.

      The STAR Town Meeting was held on June 15, 2006. Attendance was the largest ever.

      The next meeting of the Committee will be July 21, 2006 at 9:00 a.m.

PLANNING & RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE: Mr. Pratt, Chairman, reported
the following:

          The Committee reviewed the Saratoga Service Plan and recommends adoption of the
           Plan.

           A motion was made by Mr. Pratt, seconded by Mr. Young and carried unanimously
           that the Authority adopting Resolution No. 29 – 2006 adopting the Saratoga Service
           Plan.

DIRECTOR’S REPORT

       Mr. Basile reported the following:

          May ridership increased by 6% from May 2005.
Board Meeting Minutes
June 28, 2006
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          A media event to unveil the new branding scheme has been scheduled for Friday,
           July 7 at the Exit 8 Park and Ride lot. All are invited to attend.

          The Annual Workshop was held on June 23, 2006 at The Desmond Hotel and
           Conference Center. Staff and Members reviewed the accomplishments of the past
           few years and spent time looking forward, verifying the values and vision of CDTA.

          Richard Pitt, Manager of Flexible Services joined our staff on June 19, 2006.
          CDTA’s Annual Roadeo was held on June 27, 2006.

ANNOUNCEMENTS

       None to be reported.

       Subject to the Call of the Chair, Mr. Stackrow announced the following meeting dates:

               July 26, 2006
               August 30, 2006
               September 27, 2006

      There being no further business, a motion was made by Mr. MacElroy, seconded by Mr.
DeLegge to adjourn at 5:23 p.m.

                                               Respectfully submitted,


Dated: June 28, 2006                      __________________________________
                                               Henry S. DeLegge, Secretary

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