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Regional Transit Corporation(Now OPEN)

Postby Banija » Wed Mar 11, 2015 7:33 pm

The Regional Transit Corporation
For your city's transportation needs!

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The Regional Transit Corporation is a privately owned, for-profit corporation from the Kingdom of Banija that builds and operates Public Transit systems in cities and metropolitan areas across the world! Its corporate global Headquarters are in Rosaria, which is the capitol city of Eshan.


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Note: All prices shall be determined on a case by case basis.

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Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
[b]Nation Name:[/b]
[b]Name of Area applying:[/b]
[b]Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC:[/b]
[b]Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area):[/b]
[b]Population of area applying:[/b]
[b]Systems wanted:[/b]

[b]What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under):[/b]
[b]Are there any tax incentives for RTC?:[/b]
[b]Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system):[/b]
[b]Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?:[/b]
[b]If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?:[/b]
[b]Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?:[/b]
[b]Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?:[/b]
[b]Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?:[/b]


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Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
[b]Nation Name:[/b]
[b]Name of Area applying:[/b]
[b]Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC:[/b]
[b]Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area):[/b]
[b]Population of area applying:[/b]
[b]What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?:[/b]

[b]What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under):[/b]
[b]Are there any tax incentives for RTC?:[/b]
[b]Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system):[/b]
[b]Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?:[/b]
[b]If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?:[/b]
[b]Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?:[/b]
[b]Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?:[/b]
[b]Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?:[/b]


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Application for RTC school district bussing
[b]Nation Name:[/b]
[b]Name of School District applying:[/b]
[b]Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent):[/b]
[b]Student population:[/b]
[b]Number of Schools in District:[/b]

[b]What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under):[/b]
[b]Are there any tax incentives for RTC?:[/b]
[b]Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system):[/b]
[b]Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?:[/b]
[b]Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?:[/b] Yes
[b]Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?:[/b]


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Application for RTC University Campus Bussing
[b]Nation Name:[/b]
[b]Name of University:[/b]
[b]Name of University President(or equivalent):[/b]
[b]Location of University:[/b]
[b]Student population:[/b]
[b]Will non-affiliated persons be allowed to ride campus busses?:[/b]

[b]What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under):[/b]
[b]Are there any tax incentives for RTC?:[/b]
[b]Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system):[/b]
[b]Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?:[/b]
[b]Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?:[/b] Yes
[b]Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?:[/b] No
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Kingdom of Banija(3rd world nation). RP Population: 87 million
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
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Postby Banija » Wed Mar 11, 2015 7:34 pm

Board of Directors

Halima Coote(F)- Member, Board of Directors
Iweobiegbulam Chimaijem(F)- Member, Board of Director
Tadeioes Basliel(M)- Member, Board of Directors
Brehan Afeworki(M)- Member, Board of Directors
Biru Abate(M)- Member, Board of Directors. Executive Vice President of International Marketing(3rd in Command- Leader of international expansion).
Dodou Sesay(M)- Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Teodros Yideg(M)- Chief Executive Officer. President of the Regional Transit Corporation. Member, Board of Directors.
Ajamboon Kinte(F)- Chief Financial Officer. Member, Board of Directors.
Isa Dabo(F)- Member, Board of Directors.
Asnake Asmerom(M)- Member, Board of Directors.
Mateu Titianus(M)- Member, Board of Directors. TWU Representative(Company's workers represented by the Transportation Workers Union, or the TWU).

Leadership Profiles

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Teodros Yideg, President & CEO of the Regional Transit Corporation

The 62 year old Teodros Yideg is the President & CEO of the Regional Transit Corporation. He became the CEO of the RTC two years ago. Allen Sharbini graduated from the University of Loyola-Istria as a 23 year old. He got a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a B.A. in Urban Planning, so he was a good fit for the corporation. After working for the auto industry for ten years and the public sector for 2, he got a job as an engineer in the Regional Transit Corporation at the age of 35. A strong advocate of privatization, Allen was able to rise to be the Executive Vice President of Busing Operations by the time he was age 49, and spent 6 years in that position. 2 years ago, when former CEO Boris Lukan retired, Allen was given the job with the goal of growing the RTC to record heights.

He has a focus on public/private partnerships to have the best possible regional transportation system, and he believes that companies like RTC are essential. To argue against people who believe that public transit systems should only be publicly operated, he said that having a corporation like RTC in charge makes sure all the focus is going into the system, and all the money in the system stays in the system, leaving the government to have more resources to do other things, especially for a metropolitan regions where there are many competing local governments.

He is unmarried, and has no children.


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Dodou Sesay, Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors

The 79 year old Dodou Sesay is the Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors, and has just reached his biggest height in the company- become the Chairman of the Board of Directors. He is an outsider, working as the head of the Company's Government Relations department, meaning he is in charge of the company's lobbying interests- a very important role in a corporation who works almost exclusively with government contracts.

Sesay is a traditionalist at the helm. He opposed the move of the company to Rosaria, from their traditional headquarters in Herzegovina City, but said that the move to Eshan has been an 'unqualified success'. They have made tons of money after the move, with more access to the international markets, and a wider reach across the Atlantian Oceania region. He will only served as Chairman for 3 years, but many expect him to be an effective steward for the company.


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Domagoj Zelenika, Executive Vice President of International Expansion

The 47 year old Biru Abate is the Executive Vice President of International Expansion, inheritor of the original project of Demogoj Zelenika, who started international expansion. Biru Abate was raised under his wing, and with Zelenika recently seeing prison time as a result of the RTC corruption scandal within Banija- sentenced to a year of jail- It is Biru Abate who will continue his international expansion. He is an ambitious young man, originally a politician, but now a cold-hearted, ruthless businessman who many say is on track to become the company's next CEO.

Biru Abate originally started as an international business affairs major, graduating from Northern Moravica University when he was just 21 years old. He began to work for the Regional Transit Corpoation right away, working on operations in Tuzla, then working on operations on the Gold Coast, in Northwest Kalactin. He was an energized man, but he was bored by the company, even though he was a rising star. When he was 35, he quit, and joined the Foreign Service.

It was an interesting career path change, though not that rare if you think about- business to politics happens all the time. He served as the Banijan Ambassador to Eshan, for 3 years, before going back to the company as the head of government lobbying in Eshan. Now, of course, he is the Executive Vice President of International Marketing- named in Banija, but never formally charged by prosecutors in the RTC corruption scandal.


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[i]Mateu Titianus, Representative of the Transportation Workers Union

The 53 year old Mateu Titianus is the Executive Vice Chairman of the Transportation Workers Union- the labor union for unskilled labor wokers of the Regional Transit Corporation- and he is the union representative on the Board of Directors. Banijan law, when they were headquarted in Banija, required that 8% of any company worth at least $100 billion NSDs should be owned by the workers, and whiel they have moved to Rosaria, this is a key part of the bargaining agreement.

Mateu Titianus is a lawyer. He graduated from law school in Eshan when he was 25 years old, and specialized in labor law. He has represented various unions in Eshan, before joining the legal team of this union almost 8 years ago. He is a politically saavy operator- gaining connections and influence within Banija, and in Eshan as well. He has been a popular figure in the union for his 'hard-nosed' approach to maintain the closed-shop nature of the Regional Transit Corporation- everybody must join the union, or an affiliated union. No exceptions.

He is starting his four year term as a member of the RTC's Board of Directors, representing the Transportation Workers Union.
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Kingdom of Banija(3rd world nation). RP Population: 87 million
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
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Postby Banija » Wed Mar 11, 2015 7:35 pm

List of Current Advertising Partners
None.

List of Sponsorships
Official sponsor of Wellington FC(Wellington Sharks) of the Hudsonian Football Championship
Official sponsor of the Brattleboro Regional Transit Arena

List of Corporate Partners
Official Transportation partner of the Banijan Soccer League(all team busses are ran by the RTC).

List of Foreign areas of Operation
District 3, Asterix City, 250land and Vera
Isen City
National University at Thermodolia City(RTC Campus Bussing)
Lakeside, Thermodolia
Wellington, Hudson Islands
Brattleboro, Cassadaigua(operator of public transportation in the city, as well as campus transportation operator for Brattleboro Technical Institute, University of Brattleboro, and Brattleboro College of International Studies).
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Kingdom of Banija(3rd world nation). RP Population: 87 million
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
Does your country need public transit? Contact the RTC!
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Postby Banija » Wed Mar 11, 2015 7:35 pm

Basic Information about our products/services.

The Regional Transit Corporation offers, as part of its services, bus systems. Now, there are two types of bus systems that we offer. A school bus system, and a city bus system.

A city bus system would be public transportation on busses. The geographical area would have to be provided, and the RTC would work with local governments to make sure that the area is not too big, while at the same time, all necessary routes can be covered in a timely manner. We would like to have a city bus system operate across at least parts of a metropolitan area, with a major city as the focal point of its operation. We would be willing to do singular cities that have a population of at least 1 million people. We are not willing to do suburban only city bussing systems, as those would not be a profitable endeavor for the Regional Transit Corporation.

The RTC strives to build busses that are environmentally friendly. In regions where the infrastructure is possible, we would be more than willing to operate hybrid & electric busses to help the environment. Where it is not possible, the Regional Transit Corporation would work to develop that infrastructure, and then build fuel-efficient busses to limit the carbon footprint of a public transportation system. It is recommended, though definitely not required, that busy urban centers offer bus-only lanes during peak hours on their roads to improve the speed and reliability of the public transportation system, and to help car traffic move along as well.

We also operate school bus systems. We will simply take care of all the bussing needs for a school district. Not only will we go daily, but we will take care of transportation for events like sports game and field trips. This can be done via renewable, long-term contracts between the RTC and a local school district. We ask that school start times be staggered(elementary schools start and end later than high schools) so that any system can be operated at maximum efficiency for the benefit of the local school district. We have university campus bussing systems as well. Both of these we require to be paid in a contract with the school district/University, as it is policy that we do not charge students directly to ride the bus to class.


The Regional Transit Corporation is available to operate subway systems in nations. We limit subway systems to operate within cities that have a population of over 1 million people. Therefore, we will not have subway systems that spread into suburbs, and we require to control the city bus system along with any potential subway system.

The Regional Transit Corporation operates subway systems 21 hours a day, 7 days a week, only being closed between 2 AM and 5 AM on a daily basis. We are against the idea of a 24 hour subway system to allow our employees to rest, and make sure they are better equipped to provide top notch services to residents when we are open. We will work with local leaders to establish the best possible subway stops, and then make sure that our subway runs on time, every time, without exception.


The Regional Transit Corporation is willing to operate light rail systems in nations. We are also willing to use light rail as the preferred method of rapid transportation between city airports and Downtown areas. Light rail systems are not good as mass public transit, but they are best as a fast transit operation in a very small area. Therefore, we are willing to operate light rail systems in Downtown and surrounding areas, or even on college campuses. If a college wants a campus specific light rail system, the same rules apply as for a campus bus system, where it shall be paid for by the University, as we do not charge students directly to get to class.


Operation of already existing Public Transit Systems

Does your Metropolitan region already have a Public Transit system, but is it too expensive to run? Is it too disconnected with the major city and its suburbs on different pages? The Regional Transportation Corporation is willing to enter into contracts with cities and regions to take over the infrastructure of an already existing Public Transit system. Any system, if chosen to be sold to the RTC, will be a complete takeover. Aka if there is a bus system and a subway system already existing, one cannot sell us the subway system without the bus system. It has to be all or nothing, and is the non-competition clause.

Why does it have to be all-or-nothing?

Public Transit systems work the best when every part of the system is being run by the same entity. When a subway system and a bus system are competing for customers, everybody loses. When a light rail system and a bus system are competing for tourists, everybody loses. We have the firm belief that Public Transit works best when it is ran by a corporation that is looking to provide service to everybody, and yet, understands the financial side of things, understands that a profit must be turned.

But wait- how are the people of my region supposed to have a say in the Public Transit system if its privately run?

We have charged the Executive Vice President for International Expansion with the task of making sure that the RTC maintains good relations in any area that it goes into. That is why for each region we will have a 7 member board. We will have, as applicable, 4 members appointed by the RTC including the Chairperson. The last 3 members will be divided up by local governmental authorities, to how they best see how to appoint leaders who represent both urban and suburban areas of a particular metropolitan region. However, to avoid injecting politics into it, these members must be appointed by elected officials, rather than be elected.

Brand New Public Transportation System

How does the RTC go about building a public transit system from scratch?

The RTC is very willing to build a public transit from scratch if one does not exist for any specified city or metropolitan area. Of course, this is a very expensive endeavor, and if we are to do this, we would seek funding help from the party requesting a public transit system if we are to build a subway system or a light rail from scratch. We believe that investment is worth it to build a subway system, however, there are no "upfront" charges to institute a bussing system. Any system built from scratch will be built with highest possible amount of local input, to ensure efficiency and ensure that our system can provide the best possible service to any region that it operates in.
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Kingdom of Banija(3rd world nation). RP Population: 87 million
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
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Postby Banija » Fri Mar 20, 2015 9:35 am

Policies

- The Regional Transit Corporation is willing to operate in cities with a population of 1 million or greater, or a metropolitan area with a population of 2 million or greater if its major urban center has a population of 500,000 or greater.
- The Regional Transit Corporation is willing to operate on University campuses with a student population of 5,000 or greater
- The Regional Transit Corporation has no population requirement to operate a school district school bussing system
- The Regional Transit Corporation is an equal opportunity employer, and will not discriminate against any employee, customer, potential employee, or potential customer on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexuality, military status, disability, age, national origin, or any other basis.


Customer Policies

- All local laws apply while riding any system operated by the RTC
- In addition to relevant laws, the drinking of alcohol on any system of the RTC shall not be tolerated
- Smoking shall not be tolerated on any system of the RTC


Labor Policies

Labor policies are developed in discussions between any local RTC operating board and workers who are represented by the Union. In nations where union membership is not allowed, labor policies shall be developed by the RTC operating board working in conjunction with the Transportation Workers Union of Banija. Current labor policies have been developed in conjunction with the Transportation Workers Union of Banija.

- Where legal, all local employees of the RTC shall be required to form & join a union that is affiliated with the Transportation Workers Union of Banija. These unions shall be formed on a national basis.
- RTC shall reserve the right to drug test employees upon hire for cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and any other drugs that are illegal under local law. Anybody testing positive shall be terminated.
- RTC shall reserve the right to drug test at random employees 3 times a year for cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and any other drugs that are illegal under local law. Anybody testing positive shall be terminated.
- Employees shall not be intoxicated in any form while on shift.
- The RTC shall operate a scholarship program for the children of local employees to pursue engineering degrees at University. The number of scholarships available shall be dependent on the number of employees.
- The RTC shall work to hire local residents whenever possible to operate public transit systems

Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name: Kingdom of Banija
Name of Area applying: National Capitol Region(city of Istria)
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Mayor Richard Laws of Istria
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): City
Population of area applying: 2 million
Systems wanted: Bus, subway and light rail

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 20%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: No
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: No

Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: Kingdom of Banija
Name of Area applying: Herzegovina City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Chairman Frederich Novac of the Herzegovina City Metropolitan Authority
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan area
Population of area applying: 6 million
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Bus, subway system.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 20%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 0.5%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: No.

Application for RTC school district bussing
Nation Name: Kingdom of Banija
Name of School District applying: Xavier Community Schools(PreK-12 district)
Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent): Xavier Community Schools Chancellor Hector Boris
Student population: 15,000
Number of Schools in District: 14. 8 Elementary schools(primary), 4 Middle Schools, 2 High Schools(secondary).

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 20%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: Xavier Community Schools only guarantees the bussing of children who live more than ½ mile from school.


Application for RTC University Campus Bussing
Nation Name: Kingdom of Banija
Name of University: Moravica State University
Name of University President(or equivalent): Sarah Allenson
Location of University: City of Davisville
Student population: 22,000
Will non-affiliated persons be allowed to ride campus busses?: Yes

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 20%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: No
Kingdom of Banija(3rd world nation). RP Population: 87 million
Kabaka = King
Lubuga = Queen Consort
Isebantu = Crown Prince
Waziri = Foreign Minister
Katikkiro = Prime Minister
Omugabe/Omugaba= Prince/Princess
Banija Domestic Sports
NSCF 14 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 17 CHAMPIONS(Loyola-Istria), NSCF 19 CHAMPIONS(Northern Moravica)
Does your country need public transit? Contact the RTC!
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Postby Awesome Break-Away of 250land » Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:59 pm

To whom it may concern at the RTC,

Every 5 years there is a tender put out for the operation of the public transport system in our city, District 3, Asterix. Last cycle the winner of the bid was state owned Metro Asterix. This year we are inviting you to put out a quote for operating the Subway and Bus routes. Below we have filled out the requested application for information you have provided.

It is also possible to recieve tax breaks by partnering with a local company. Please ask us about this.

Regards,

Robert Batista,

Secretary of The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services.


Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: 250land and Vera
Name of Area applying: District 3, Asterix City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Robert Batista, Secretary of The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services.
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Dense inner-city
Population of area applying: 7 millions
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Bus and Subway

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 7% under the "Foreign Operators Of State Infrastructure" (3%) and "Proceeds of a Foreign Corporation Operating Without Local Partners" (4%)
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public health care is only available to full citizens. Due to the current labour market in 250land at the moment, all but the most senior managers will be foreigners ineligible for public health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes, you will most probably deal with the Union Of Metro Workers although there is a large un-unionized work force available.
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: This is possible if you apply to the District Government (lead by Secretary Won)
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: The Anything Purple Tax is 1% of gross value.
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?:
A New Zealander


Official nation name: 250land and Vera. A proud member of the Reichsburg Free Trade Agreement.

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Postby Isen Island » Fri Mar 20, 2015 6:14 pm

Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: Isen Island
Name of Area applying: Isen City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Mike Daigle
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Capitol City of Isen Island
Population of area applying: 839,000
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Busses, Subway, Tram, Rail (Operated by CityLink to area's surrounding the capitol. Most routes are over capacity and more operators are needed)

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 15%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: On the first year of your operation Isen Island will allow you to be tax free. In your second year you are looking at a tax rate of 7%. By the third year you will be at 15%. All new business's, foreign and domestic are given the same benefit to promote growth. You will also be given an incentive if your 80% of your vehicles pass our clean air emission test on the vehicles annual inspection. You can also be given a tax incentive for union memberships
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): We mostly have to business provide healthcare. We do have a Public healthcare system but it is mostly for lower income business and really only covers the basics.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Not required but highly encouraged
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Isen City has "Bus Only Lanes" set up through the newer sections of the city but in older more historical sections, and residential areas there are no such lanes.
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 12.6%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes highly recommend as Isen City has three airports, Isen Capitol International Airport, Isen-Drammen Regional Airport, and the Isen Downtown Airport
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: To elaborate more on the rail service there is one operate owned by a private company. They operate on commuter rail service between Isen City and the area's surronding it, Drammen, Neusäß, New Brickton, New Mannheim, and a longer line from Isen to a larger town in the south, Galten. We are looking to have you establish rail service, with trains provided by the government, and operate on these routes as they are well over capacity.

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Postby Banija » Sun Mar 22, 2015 12:06 pm

Awesome Break-Away of 250land wrote:To whom it may concern at the RTC,

Every 5 years there is a tender put out for the operation of the public transport system in our city, District 3, Asterix. Last cycle the winner of the bid was state owned Metro Asterix. This year we are inviting you to put out a quote for operating the Subway and Bus routes. Below we have filled out the requested application for information you have provided.

It is also possible to recieve tax breaks by partnering with a local company. Please ask us about this.

Regards,

Robert Batista,

Secretary of The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services.


Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: 250land and Vera
Name of Area applying: District 3, Asterix City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Robert Batista, Secretary of The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services.
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Dense inner-city
Population of area applying: 7 millions
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Bus and Subway

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 7% under the "Foreign Operators Of State Infrastructure" (3%) and "Proceeds of a Foreign Corporation Operating Without Local Partners" (4%)
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public health care is only available to full citizens. Due to the current labour market in 250land at the moment, all but the most senior managers will be foreigners ineligible for public health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes, you will most probably deal with the Union Of Metro Workers although there is a large un-unionized work force available.
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: This is possible if you apply to the District Government (lead by Secretary Won)
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: The Anything Purple Tax is 1% of gross value.
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?:


Dear Secretary Batista,

Everything seems in order with this application, and we will provide a quote.

Due to population size, we will put out a $3.5 billion NSD annual contract for the next 5 years to be transferred from District 3 to the Regional Transit Corporation. That number came from the size of the population and due to the fact that much of the infrastructure already exists. If the contract is awarded, we will be applying for bus only lanes during peak hours with Secretary Won, and we will be more than willing to work with the Union of Metro Workers, as our current contracts mandate us to work with local organized labor whenever possible. The relatively low tax rate works in your favor, and we believe our bid is the most affordable that District 3 will find. The advantages of changing to RTC, and the benefits that added expertise and competition will bring to public transportation in Asterix City and your nation as a whole are very numerous, and I encourage your nation to accept this offer.

From,

Domagoj Zelenika
Executive Vice President of International Marketing

Isen Island wrote:Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: Isen Island
Name of Area applying: Isen City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Mike Daigle
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Capitol City of Isen Island
Population of area applying: 839,000
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Busses, Subway, Tram, Rail (Operated by CityLink to area's surrounding the capitol. Most routes are over capacity and more operators are needed)

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 15%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: On the first year of your operation Isen Island will allow you to be tax free. In your second year you are looking at a tax rate of 7%. By the third year you will be at 15%. All new business's, foreign and domestic are given the same benefit to promote growth. You will also be given an incentive if your 80% of your vehicles pass our clean air emission test on the vehicles annual inspection. You can also be given a tax incentive for union memberships
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): We mostly have to business provide healthcare. We do have a Public healthcare system but it is mostly for lower income business and really only covers the basics.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Not required but highly encouraged
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Isen City has "Bus Only Lanes" set up through the newer sections of the city but in older more historical sections, and residential areas there are no such lanes.
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 12.6%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes highly recommend as Isen City has three airports, Isen Capitol International Airport, Isen-Drammen Regional Airport, and the Isen Downtown Airport
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: To elaborate more on the rail service there is one operate owned by a private company. They operate on commuter rail service between Isen City and the area's surronding it, Drammen, Neusäß, New Brickton, New Mannheim, and a longer line from Isen to a larger town in the south, Galten. We are looking to have you establish rail service, with trains provided by the government, and operate on these routes as they are well over capacity.


Dear Mike Daigle,

We are very interested in starting operations in Isen City. Due to population, potential tax rates, potential healthcare costs, and the relatively high services tax(and the interest to keep prices low) we will offer a contract that transfers $780 million NSDs to the RTC from Isen City for the next 8 years, that is a renewable contract. We are excited that the infrastructure is already there, and we hope that Isen City is an area of potential growth. We are very willing to provide transportation between the 3 airports and the tourist areas of the city. We are more than wiling to establish rail service routes in and out of the city so that Isen City can be better connected to the rest of the country, and so it is as easy as possible for Isen Island citizens to travel around the nation.

From,

Domagoj Zelenika
Executive Vice President of International Marketing
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Postby Isen Island » Mon Mar 23, 2015 9:02 pm

Dear Mr Zelenika
We are willing to sign whatever contract it will take to ease the congestion on the streets. Just today there was a major 50 car pile up on one of our Intercity Freeways, that travels right through the heart of downtown. Personally I feel this could have been prevented if there were more public transportation options. Many people commuting into Isen City from other surrounding areas are generally screaming down our freeways and streets to make it to work on time. I'm not saying by allowing you to come in and begin service would have prevented this accident but atleast lowered the number of casualties to persay a more comfortable number. These types of accidents are becoming more and more frequent every year, as more people take to the roads to come into the city. The city itself is booming with economic growth and if things like this keep happening this growth could be stunted for many years to come. Though the current infrastructure in place is for your use, we always feel that maybe we could improve. That maybe we could put steps in place to further prevent incidents similar to this from ever happening again, or atleast on this scale. We are asking you, that if you feel that we have areas that we could improve on to not only make transit service quicker and safer for you, but other motorists as well then please let us know and we will act quickly to correct whatever problem has arisen. As a acting branch of the government, the department of transportation knows we have infrastructure that may be slightly outdated. We will not be bothered in anyway to work with you to make the improvements necessary to make the Isen City Public Transportation Infrastructure amongst the best in the world. Also we will be evaluating your every move to see if we are wanting to renew your contract in 8 years. We have high hopes for your company sir! If there is anything you need feel free to ask.

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Mike Daigle, Head of the Isen Island Department of Transportation

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Postby Awesome Break-Away of 250land » Fri Apr 03, 2015 1:01 am

OOC: Sorry for the late reply, My Internet has been cut for the last little while.

Dear Domagoj Zelenika,

Thank you for responding to our request. Your pricing and experience seem very satisfactory and so we would, without further a due, like to accept your proposal. The amount of NSD$17.5 Billion will be paid from the Ministry of State Debt over the course of 5 annual payments.

As for bus lanes, it has been agreed that some lanes on the major roads could be open 24 hours a day on less major roads during rush hours except when directed by Gendarme (this should be rare). The Union of Metro Workers would like to set up a meeting as soon as possible and arrange for their contracts.

I have also attached your licence to operate, I hope everything is fine and RTC has a long and prosperous career in the city and nation.

Signed,

Robert Batista,
Secretary,
The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services.

Licence for Foreign Operators Of State Infrastructure

From the

The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services


No#.2053480
Office of Licensing

This document hereby declares the rights of Regional Transit Corporation (RTC herein) to operate State Owned Public Services within the laws of and in the territories of 250land and Vera.

In particular, RTC may operate:

(*) The Metro Lines of District 3, Asterix City, 250land and Vera

(*) The District 3 Bus Line

(*) Under supervision and in cooperation with the Union of Metro Workers and local Gendarme Office

RTC may operate the above and related activities from the period starting 3 April 2015 and ending 3 April 2020 before re-negotiation is required. Tax is payable at: 7% under the "Foreign Operators Of State Infrastructure" and 4% "Proceeds of a Foreign Corporation Operating Without Local Partners" along with the normal “Anything Purple Tax” and all applicable local taxes (0%)

This Document is signed by the Secretary for The Committee For The Privatization Of State Owned Public Services on 03/04/2015 (3-4-01 AW/AY

Robert Batista
A New Zealander


Official nation name: 250land and Vera. A proud member of the Reichsburg Free Trade Agreement.

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Postby Banija » Sat Apr 04, 2015 12:12 pm

The Regional Transit Corporation is excited to commence operations in both Isen Island and 250land. We hope for a long, prosperous relationship with both nations, as well as the opportunity to expand within those nations if they so wish.
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Postby Caribica » Mon Apr 13, 2015 4:59 pm

Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name: Carbica
Name of Area applying: Caribica City
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Caribica City public transportation system expansion.
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): metropolitan area
Population of area applying: 120 million
Systems wanted: monorail

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporate tax rate is 15%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Private
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: No, although employees are free to join unions if they witsh
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?:
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: Yes, 50 centavos
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: No
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((I realize this is a serious gravedig, but))

We are re-launching this corporation.
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Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: The National Republic of Thermodolia
Name of Area applying: Lakeside
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Dan Fén CEO of the Lakeside Transportation Authority
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): City
Population of area applying: 1 million
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Busses, Subway system, light rail, and streetcars.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporate Earnings Tax is 2% and Environmental Emissions Tax starts at 40%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Thermodolian Green Star Program. Earning a high rating from this program will lower or completely get rid of the Environmental Emissions Tax.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Mixed. Basic health care is provided by the government for those who can't pay. The government also fully funds both mental and dental health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: Yes, 1%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes. In fact there is already a existing subway line to the airport.
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: No.



Application for RTC University Campus Bussing
Nation Name: The National Republic of Thermodolia
Name of University: National University at Thermodolia City
Name of University President(or equivalent): Joan Dûœs
Location of University: National Capital District
Student population: 40,000
Will non-affiliated persons be allowed to ride campus busses?: No

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporate Earnings Tax is 2% and Environmental Emissions Tax starts at 40%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Thermodolian Green Star Program. Earning a high rating from this program will lower or completely get rid of the Environmental Emissions Tax. The EET doesn't apply when running electric trains and trams only.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Mixed. Basic health care is provided by the government for those who can't pay. The government also fully funds both mental and dental health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: The National University would like that a light rail system be built instead of busses and that a line be built to the nearby National Capital District Transit Authority commuter rail station.
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Postby Banija » Wed Sep 21, 2016 9:50 am

Thermodolia wrote:Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: The National Republic of Thermodolia
Name of Area applying: Lakeside
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Dan Fén CEO of the Lakeside Transportation Authority
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): City
Population of area applying: 1 million
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Busses, Subway system, light rail, and streetcars.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporate Earnings Tax is 2% and Environmental Emissions Tax starts at 40%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Thermodolian Green Star Program. Earning a high rating from this program will lower or completely get rid of the Environmental Emissions Tax.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Mixed. Basic health care is provided by the government for those who can't pay. The government also fully funds both mental and dental health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: Yes, 1%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes. In fact there is already a existing subway line to the airport.
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: No.


To: Dan Fén

The Regional Transportation Corporation would be very excited to work with the Lakeside Transportation Authority. After reviewing your information and researching your city we would like to tender a contract with the Lakeside Transportation Authority, which would be co-signed by all the other relevant local government authorities, if necessary according to local law. Basic health care benefits will be provided by the RTC to our employees, and we will have a mixture of hybrid & all-electric busses for a city of this size. Due to this, as well as the fairly steep Environmental Emissions Tax, which we hope will be lowered in a few years time from the national Green Star Program, we would like to tender a 7 year contract, with direct transfers from the Lakeside Transportation Authority of $750 million NSDs per year to the Regional Transportation Corporation, for a total value of $5.25 billion NSDs over the course of 7 years. As the project point person, we will be giving you the authority to appoint the 3 local members of the 7 member board for the RTC in Lakeside.

Also, as a side note, all employees will be members of the international division of the Transportation Workers Union, as according to our Collective Bargaining Agreement with them.

From,

Domagoj Zelenika
Executive Vice President of International Expansion

Thermodolia wrote:Application for RTC University Campus Bussing
Nation Name: The National Republic of Thermodolia
Name of University: National University at Thermodolia City
Name of University President(or equivalent): Joan Dûœs
Location of University: National Capital District
Student population: 40,000
Will non-affiliated persons be allowed to ride campus busses?: No

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporate Earnings Tax is 2% and Environmental Emissions Tax starts at 40%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Thermodolian Green Star Program. Earning a high rating from this program will lower or completely get rid of the Environmental Emissions Tax. The EET doesn't apply when running electric trains and trams only.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Mixed. Basic health care is provided by the government for those who can't pay. The government also fully funds both mental and dental health care.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information the RTC should know?: The National University would like that a light rail system be built instead of busses and that a line be built to the nearby National Capital District Transit Authority commuter rail station.


To: Joan Dûœs

The Regional Transportation Corporation would be excited to launch University operations at the National University. This will help us get our feet wet. After research of your university, its stability, and projected growth, we are excited to say that we want a long-term relationship with this campus. Employees, of course, will be members of the Transportation Workers Union and, of course, students cannot be prioritized to be employees due to the expertise necessary to actually operate a light rail system.

This is possible, but unfortunately, a light rail system is significantly more expensive to build and operate as opposed to a busing system, so the initial cost may seem expensive, but considering our restraints, our offer is cost-friendly. Assuming that students pay to ride, we are willing to make you a 7 year contract offer along these terms.

Year 1: $65 million a year transferred to the RTC from the National University @ TC
Years 2-3: $45 million a year transferred to the RTC from the National University @ TC
Years 4-7: $30 million a year transferred from the RTC to the National University @ TC

It is a regressive contract structure, one that reflects the costs of starting up a light rail system, and the costs of training to operate a light rail system where none previously was established. The costs will be significantly higher early on, which is why the contract reflects that. Now, if students ride for free, we have a revised contract offer.

Year 1: $65 million a year transferred to the RTC from the National University @ TC
Years 2-3: $50 million a year transferred to the RTC from the National University @ TC
Years 4-7: $35 million a year transferred from the RTC to the National University @ TC

The extra $5 million per year in the last 6 years of the contract reflect our estimated revenue from student ridership. That, of course, will be a fixed number, regardless of how many students use ridership. And, of course, operations will commence in year 2, as it will take approximately a year to build a high-quality light rail system on a college campus.

We look forward to hearing back from you.

From,

Domagoj Zelenika
Executive Vice President of International Expansion
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Postby Banija » Wed Oct 25, 2017 3:39 pm

Just a bump stating that the RTC is open for business!
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Postby Hudson Islands » Sun Jan 14, 2018 5:29 pm

Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name:
Name of Area applying:
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: City of Wellington Transit General Manager Jane Darwin
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Wellington Metropolitan Area
Population of area applying: 395,100
Systems wanted: Buses and streetcars.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): National only- 28%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Not directly, although the hope is improved public transit will bring more people to the area, thus bring more money, thus allow the government to pay for more programs and projects
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: No
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: Wellington is a coastal city (like most in Hudson Islands), and direct bus service to the many beaches will be highly popular.

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Postby Banija » Tue Jan 16, 2018 4:34 pm

Hudson Islands wrote:Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name:
Name of Area applying:
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: City of Wellington Transit General Manager Jane Darwin
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Wellington Metropolitan Area
Population of area applying: 395,100
Systems wanted: Buses and streetcars.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): National only- 28%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Not directly, although the hope is improved public transit will bring more people to the area, thus bring more money, thus allow the government to pay for more programs and projects
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: No
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: Wellington is a coastal city (like most in Hudson Islands), and direct bus service to the many beaches will be highly popular.


General Manager Darwin,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of the City of Wellington, and we will be glad to build and operate a public transit system within Wellington.

Our contract will be valued at an annual payment of $5 million NSDs per year from the City of Wellington to the Regional Transit Corporation for us to operate a public transit system in your country. This assumes that we will operate on normal roads, but busier streets will have certain lanes become bus only lanes during rush hour, in order to maximize the number of busses on the roads when traffic is busiest. This also assumes that we will operate a transit system that includes a one-way route from Wellington to the Airport.

The first year of the contract, we will hope for an $8 million NSD payment, rather than $5 million, to help cover the cost of the original construction of a streetcar system within Downtown Wellington. And, of course, all local employees will be made full voting members of the International Division of the Transport Workers Union.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

Domagoj Zelenika
Executive Vice President of International Expansion
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Postby New Doltania » Tue Jan 16, 2018 4:47 pm

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Postby North Quadana » Mon Oct 15, 2018 11:49 am

Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name: North Quadana
Name of Area applying: Kanjin Metropolitan Area
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: City of Kanjin Public Transport Council Chairman Nikara Ejo
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan Area
Population of area applying: 11.3 Million
Systems wanted: Busses, Streetcars, Metro (Subway)

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 22%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 14%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: The city centre is a popular tourist destination and transportation should be active there.
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Postby Reino do Brazil » Mon Oct 15, 2018 12:41 pm

Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: Reino do Brazil
Name of Area applying: Greater New Frontier
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Sara Silveira, Council Officer for Public Transport of Greater New Frontier
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan area
Population of area applying: 12,5 Million
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: buses, tube and light rail. We are testing the electrical option for buses.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 12℅
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: 5℅ tax rate for the first 5 years
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): public and private
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 3℅ Council tax
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: please
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: not at the moment
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Postby Knessniet » Mon Oct 15, 2018 4:06 pm

Application for RTC school district bussing
Nation Name: The Grand Duchy of Knessniet
Name of School District applying: Litchfield Metropolitan Christian School District
Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent): Archbishop Paul Locke, Superintendent of Schools, Archbishop of Litchfield.
Student population: 52,345 students.
Number of Schools in District: 36

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Flat 30% income tax on all residents, 5% foreign corporation tax.
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: -10% public service deduction.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Private.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: No, all union activity is banned.
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: The regulation color for school buses here is blaze orange, instead of the usual yellow. Each vehicle will have to be marked by a Ministry of the Interior public service vehicle tag. All drivers will require a full criminal background investigation, which must be certified by the Dept. of Special Services.
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Postby New Transeurasia » Mon Oct 15, 2018 6:52 pm

Application for RTC school district bussing
Nation Name: New Transeurasia
Name of School District applying: Volžsk Urban Area, East Kazan' County, Čodra Prefecture, Volga District, Marij El Oblast, Rossija Province
Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent): Natalya Alekseev
Student population: 41,032
Number of Schools in District: 26

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporation Rate: 2%
Bus Rate: 2% (Exempt if bus is alternative fuel)
Foreign Company Rate: 0.5%
Total: 4.5%, 2.5% if buses are alternative fuel
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Yes, 1/5 of taxes do not need to be paid: School transport incentive
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public or private(citizens may choose public/state-owned/government healthcare or private healthcare)
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Not required, but optional.
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: None.

Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: New Transeurasia
Name of Area applying: Aşgabat Regional Transportation District, Aşgabat District, Türkmenistan Province
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Rəşad Huseynov
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan Transportation District
Population of area applying: 87,298,573
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Tram

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporation Rate: 2%
Foreign Company Rate: 0.5%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Yes, 1/5 taxes off for operating electric trams instead of buses
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public or private(citizens may choose public/state-owned/government healthcare or private healthcare)
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: No.
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Not Applicable
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: Yes. 10%.
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: There is a tram line between downtown Aşgabat and Aşgabat International Airport, yes.
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: none.
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Postby Banija » Thu Mar 14, 2019 8:49 am

North Quadana wrote:Application for RTC built & operated Public Transit System
Nation Name: North Quadana
Name of Area applying: Kanjin Metropolitan Area
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: City of Kanjin Public Transport Council Chairman Nikara Ejo
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan Area
Population of area applying: 11.3 Million
Systems wanted: Busses, Streetcars, Metro (Subway)

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 22%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: No
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 14%
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: The city centre is a popular tourist destination and transportation should be active there.


Chairman Ejo,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of the City of Kanjin and the greater metropolitan area, and we look forward to establishing operations in North Quandana.

Our contract will be valued at an annual payment of $25 million NSDs per year from the City of Kanjin to the Regional Transit Corporation for us to operate a public transit system in your country. This assumes that we will operate on normal roads, but busier streets will have certain lanes become bus only lanes during rush hour, in order to maximize the number of busses on the roads when traffic is busiest. We are looking forward to what is a fantastic opportunity, as in a metro area with over 11 million people, the potential for success is sky high- and we look forward to being able to meet the high bar you are setting for us.

And, of course, all local employees will be made full voting members of the International Division of the Transport Workers Union.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

Biru Abate
Executive Vice President of International Expansion

Reino do Brazil wrote:Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: Reino do Brazil
Name of Area applying: Greater New Frontier
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Sara Silveira, Council Officer for Public Transport of Greater New Frontier
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan area
Population of area applying: 12,5 Million
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: buses, tube and light rail. We are testing the electrical option for buses.

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): 12℅
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: 5℅ tax rate for the first 5 years
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): public and private
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: yes
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: yes
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: 3℅ Council tax
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: please
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: not at the moment


Sara Silveira,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of the Greater New Frontier. WE look forward to establishing a solid public transportation option in your country.

Our contract will be valued at an annual payment of $25 million NSDs per year from the Greater New Frontier to the Regional Transit Corporation for us to operate a public transit system in your country. This assumes that we will operate on normal roads, but busier streets will have certain lanes become bus only lanes during rush hour, in order to maximize the number of busses on the roads when traffic is busiest. We are looking forward to what is a fantastic opportunity, as in a metro area with over 12 million people, the potential for success is sky high- and we look forward to being able to meet the high bar you are setting for us. With your focus on electric busses, we will gladly be partners In creating a sustainable, environmentally friendly, future for public transit.
And, of course, all local employees will be made full voting members of the International Division of the Transport Workers Union.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

Biru Abate
Executive Vice President of International Expansion

Knessniet wrote:Application for RTC school district bussing
Nation Name: The Grand Duchy of Knessniet
Name of School District applying: Litchfield Metropolitan Christian School District
Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent): Archbishop Paul Locke, Superintendent of Schools, Archbishop of Litchfield.
Student population: 52,345 students.
Number of Schools in District: 36

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Flat 30% income tax on all residents, 5% foreign corporation tax.
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: -10% public service deduction.
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Private.
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: No, all union activity is banned.
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: The regulation color for school buses here is blaze orange, instead of the usual yellow. Each vehicle will have to be marked by a Ministry of the Interior public service vehicle tag. All drivers will require a full criminal background investigation, which must be certified by the Dept. of Special Services.


Archbishop Locke,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of the Litchfield School District. WE look forward to establishing a working school district bussing system in your city.

Our contract will be valued at an annual payment of $4 million NSDs per year from the Litchfield Metropolitan Christian School District to the Regional Transit Corporation for us to operate a bussing system in your school district. As is guaranteed by our system, the $4 million is the only cost- it is a profitable rate for us, and we maintain that, for school districts, riding the bus will be free at access for individual students. We do not want to keep individual students off the busses due to individual financial circumstances, and so can guarantee every one of your 52,000+ students will be able to ride the bus to school, if they so choose.

And, of course, all local employees will be made full voting members of the International Division of the Transport Workers Union.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

Biru Abate
Executive Vice President of International Expansion

New Transeurasia wrote:Application for RTC school district bussing
Nation Name: New Transeurasia
Name of School District applying: Volžsk Urban Area, East Kazan' County, Čodra Prefecture, Volga District, Marij El Oblast, Rossija Province
Name of School District Superintendent(or equivalent): Natalya Alekseev
Student population: 41,032
Number of Schools in District: 26

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporation Rate: 2%
Bus Rate: 2% (Exempt if bus is alternative fuel)
Foreign Company Rate: 0.5%
Total: 4.5%, 2.5% if buses are alternative fuel
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Yes, 1/5 of taxes do not need to be paid: School transport incentive
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public or private(citizens may choose public/state-owned/government healthcare or private healthcare)
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: Not required, but optional.
Do all school rules that apply in schools apply on busses?: Yes
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: None.


Superintendent Alekseev,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of your school district’s transportation options to be operated by our comapny. WE look forward to establishing a working school district bussing system in your city.

Our contract will be valued at an annual payment of $3.5 million NSDs per year from your school district to the Regional Transit Corporation for us to operate a bussing system in your school district. As is guaranteed by our system, the $3.5 million is the only cost- it is a profitable rate for us, and we maintain that, for school districts, riding the bus will be free at access for individual students. We do not want to keep individual students off the busses due to individual financial circumstances, and so can guarantee every one of your 41,032 students will be able to ride the bus to school, if they so choose.
And, of course, all local employees will be made full voting members of the International Division of the Transport Workers Union.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

Biru Abate
Executive Vice President of International Expansion


New Transeurasia wrote:Application for RTC to operate already existing Public Transit System
Nation Name: New Transeurasia
Name of Area applying: Aşgabat Regional Transportation District, Aşgabat District, Türkmenistan Province
Name & Title of Project Point person(person who represents local governments in discussions with the RTC: Rəşad Huseynov
Type of Area applying(city or metropolitan area): Metropolitan Transportation District
Population of area applying: 87,298,573
What public transit systems are in place for the RTC to take over?(busses, subway system, etc...)?: Tram

What is the corporate tax rate?(all relevant rates that the RTC would be taxed under): Corporation Rate: 2%
Foreign Company Rate: 0.5%
Are there any tax incentives for RTC?: Yes, 1/5 taxes off for operating electric trams instead of buses
Is healthcare public or private in your nation?(we do offer healthcare benefits to fulltime employees if it is a private system): Public or private(citizens may choose public/state-owned/government healthcare or private healthcare)
Do local laws permit required union membership of employees?: No.
If applying for bus system, can area allow bus only lanes during peak hours?: Not Applicable
Is there a services tax that must be collected by the RTC? If yes, what is the rate?: Yes. 10%.
Is the RTC allowed to operate a transportation shuttle between Downtown area of urban center and their airport?: There is a tram line between downtown Aşgabat and Aşgabat International Airport, yes.
Is there any other relevant information that the RTC should know?: none.


Rəşad Huseynov,

The Reigonal Transit Corporation accepts the application of the Aşgabat Regional Transportation District for us to use public transporation in your country. WE look forward to establishing a working school district bussing system in your city.

For a region of that size, the ability for us to operate that transportation system is absolutely unprecedented. Over 87 million people in that metropolitan area- that is a big challenge and a large task, but one that we are capable of fulfilling. Of course, with that system, we are going to offer a contract of $120 million NSDs per year, payable annually from the relevant authority to the RTC. Of course, the cost is higher, but we expect the rest to be covered by fees, and we are taking note of the very generous foreign corporate tax rate of less than 1%. That is less than $2 NSDs per person, and, of course, we will ensure that your systems run efficiently, on time, and able to fulfill the massive capacity required for a system to be strong in a region this size.
We take note of local laws about union membership. We generally operate under a Collective Bargaining structure, however, we will work with local governmental authorities to ensure that even non-union employees are offered a fair compensation package.

We hope this deal is acceptable.

From,

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Executive Vice President of International Expansion
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