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Title VI Program Policy and Complaint Procedures

Route Alert:  Intercity Services Are Temporarily Suspended

Sage Stage 3-4-21 Sage Stage intercity services have been temporarily suspended. Local passenger services have resumed. We will continue to serve the community by delivering groceries and prescriptions. We will be partnering with: FOUR CORNERS MARKET   530-233-3822 HOLIDAY MARKET   530-317-1369 GROCERY OUTLET   530-233-1127 RITE AID   530-233-3113 LAST FRONTIER PHARMACY   530-233-4884 Please call the office if you have any questions 530-233-6410.

Route Alert:  MTA Disadvantaged Business Enterprise List

MTA is interested in building and maintaining a list of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) for Janitorial, Building Maintenance, and Short Range Transit Plan development. Please email the link below to add your company information.  

Route Alert:  RFP 2019 Final

2019 RFP Final

Route Alert:  April 2, 2019 Board Agenda

040219 MTA Staff Report

Route Alert:  February 5 Board Meeting Agenda

020519 MTA Agenda

Route Alert:  2019 Bus Holidays

2019 MCTC Holiday Schedule

Route Alert:  Special Meeting – January 17, 2018

Agenda for Special Meeting, January 17, 2018 Sage Stage Conference Room 1:00 p.m.011718 MTA Special Meeting Agenda

Route Alert:  MTA FY 2017-18 Fiscal Audits

MTA FY 17-18 Fiscal Audit FINAL - 12-04-18

Route Alert:  Winter Weather Alerts

There are currently no alerts for Reno, Redding, Klamath Falls or Local Bus.

Route Alert:  MTA Public Records Request

Public records request application MTA Public Records Request Copy prices for public records MCTC-MTA Copy Prices

Route Alert:  MTA Title VI Plan

2020 MTA Title VI, LEP and PPP

Download the full Modoc Transportation Agency (MTA) Title VI Program description (PDF)

Contact MTA with a Title VI complaint

Policy Overview
Modoc Transportation Agency (MTA)/Sage Stage Bus is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to discrimination under any of its programs, activities, or services on the basis of race, color or national origin. All persons, regardless of their citizenship, are covered under this regulation. In addition, MTA prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color or national origin in its employment and business opportunities.

MTA will not condone retaliation against an individual for his/her involvement in asserting his/her rights pursuant to Title VI or because he/she filed a complaint or participated in an investigation under Title VI, and/or this regulation.

As a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) fund recipient, MTA will ensure that its programs, policies and activities comply with the Department of Transportation (DOT) Title VI Regulations of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

MTA will ensure the level and quality of its transportation service is provided without regard to race, color or national origin.

MTA will promote the full and fair participation of all affected populations in the transportation decision-making process.

MTA will make good faith efforts to achieve environmental justice as part of its mission by identifying and addressing, as appropriate, disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects of its programs, activities, and services on minority populations and low-income populations within MTA’s service area as provided herein.

MTA will ensure that Limited English Proficient (LEP) individuals have access to MTA’s programs, activities and services.

MTA’s Title VI policy will be posted on the agency website, within the business office, within vehicles and at local bus shelters.

These regulations shall be maintained in English and made available in Spanish upon request.