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Buy a Non-Vehicle Capital Asset

Before breaking ground on a construction project or purchasing any real property, NEPA guidelines must be met. Failure to follow NEPA rules will result in loss of funding.

Capital assets are tangible items with a purchase price of $5,000 or more and a useful life of at least one year.

Examples include:

  • Any facility used in 
  • Fixed or mobile shop equipment;
  • Office equipment (computers, copiers); 
  • Communications equipment (telephone and radio systems);
  • Security and surveillance equipment (vehicle and facility lighting, cameras);
  • Passenger shelters;
  • Signage;
  • Bus barns;
  • Transit centers.

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​Information and required documentation:

Shelter and Facilities Projects

Similar to how the Public Transportation Division holds first security interest on vehicle titles, the restrictive covenant is a deed for the property on which structures or shelters will be placed.

Fillable Restrictive Covenant

​Bus shelter designs can be modified to meet your agency needs. 

OCE Bus Shelter Pricing and Contact Information

View of Bus station with bus parked outside


Procurement Decision Matrix

Micro-Purchase Documentation Template

Equipment Purchase Selection Form

Learn about and contact your
Regional Transit Coordinators


Capital Program Coordinator
Email  Joe Heberlein
Telephone 971-375-3917