Mountain Line has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program to bid on federally funded projects, products and services. Firms owned and controlled by 51% or more by women, minorities or other socially or economically disadvantaged individuals or groups are eligible to apply for DBE certification. Mountain Line’s board of directors approved the program at the September 4, 2015 board meeting.
Every three years, Mountain Line must submit an updated DBE goal and methodology to the Federal Transit Administration. The agency is currently undergoing this updating process and had its draft plan linked below for review.
To provide comment on this plan, or to learn more about our DBE opportunities or program, please contact Shanti Devins at firstname.lastname@example.org or (406) 543-8386 for further information.
The United States Department of Transportation ensures full compliance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, by prohibiting discrimination against any person on the basis of race, color or national origin in the provisions of benefits and services resulting from federally assisted programs and activities. Any person who believes the Missoula Urban Transportation District (MUTD) has violated their Title VI protections should contact MUTD at (406) 543-8386 or email email@example.com. MUTD has also developed a policy to assist individuals who are Limited English Proficient (LEP). Translation services, in order to assist LEP individuals, shall be made available to MUTD’s customers upon request. MUTD’s Title VI policy, complaint procedures and LEP Plan shall be made available upon request by contacting MUTD at the above-noted information. For Federal Title VI information, please contact the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), Region 8, at (720) 963-3300. Federal Title VI information, including filing complaints, can also be accessed on the FTA website at: www.fta.dot.gov.
Missoula Urban Transportation District receives funding from the Federal Transit Administration to assist with transit operations and capital expenses. As such, third party contracts involving the use of federal funds are subject to additional requirements.