Michigan City Transit Asset Management Plan

Last modified by Robin Barzoni - Tillman on 08 Dec 18 at 13:08


Introduction


Michign City Transit is a small transit agency that provices service to the residents in La Porte County Indiana. Service includes bus transportation along 4 fixed routes in Michigan City and 2 commuter route servicing Michgian City - City of La Porte - and Purdue - Northwestern University. MCT provides passenger connection with NICTD South Shore Line - South Bend to Chicago, Coach USA- Chicgo Land Airports shuttles, Baron's - La Porte, Greyhound Buses - Ohio. MCT buses are accessible for individuals with disabilities. Buses are equipped with lifts/ramps for easy doarding. MCT also offers ADA paratransit service "Dial- a-Ride" to individuals who are unable to ride fixed route services because of their disabilit y. MCT receives financial assistance through FTA, Section 5307 and Indiana Department of Transportation Public Mass Transportation Fund.


Performance Targets & Measures


Asset Class Performance Measure Target

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Age - % of revenue vehicles within a

Rolling Stock

particular asset class that have met or exceeded their Useful Life Benchmark 20

All revenue vehicles (ULB)

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Equipment Age - % of vehicles that have met or exceeded their Useful Life Benchmark 20

Non-revenuevehicles (ULB)

Condition - % of facilities with a condition

Facilities rating below 3.0 on a the FTA Transit

Economic Requirements Model (TERM) N/A

All buildings or structures Scale


Target Setting Methodology


FTA Useful Life Benchmark in years.

TAM Vision


Met and exceed the FTA standard with 100% SGR. Continue daily operational checks identifying defects prior to incurring costly repairs or system overhauls.


TAM and SGR Policy


Michigan City Transit Policy# 701-System Maintenance Program revised 2017, attached


TAM Goals and/or Objectives


Goals

This program will provide a quantitative way of measuring and providing current data for meeting or exceeding the FTA 80% levels.

Objectives


To provide the necessary guidance & procedures to insure all of Michigan City Transit Fleet Vehicles are maintained to the FTA required preventive maintenance levels of 80% or higher.


Roles and Responsibilities



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Department/Individual Robin Barzoni - Tillman Robert Zondor


Role (Title and/or Description)

Transit Director Superintendent Central Services


Subrecipient

Asset Portfolio

Please see Appendix A (Asset Register) for the asset inventory listing.


Asset Inventory Summary



Number

Equipment

1

10

$30,000 .00

Facilities

0

Rolling Stock

12

3.66667

$140,833.33

Number

Equipment

1

10

$30,000 .00

Facilities

0

Rolling Stock

12

3.66667

$140,833.33

Asset Category


Total


Avg Age Avg Value


Condition Assessment


Please see Appendix B (Asset Condition Data) for individual asset condition listing.


Asset Condition Summary


Asset Category Count Avg Age Avg TERM Condition Avg Value % At or Past ULB


Equipment

1

10

N/A

$30,000.00

100.00%

Facilities

0

Rolling Stock

12

3.66667

N/A

$140,833.33

0.00%

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Management Approach


Investment Prioritization


Our inspection and preventive maintenance policy are utilized to identify Rolling stock inventory conditions discovering and solve problems that arise prior to requiring major repairs or overhauls to maintain a State of Good Repair. Five years of work order data is collected to develop a strategy plan to determine vehicle safety, potential failures of vehicle reliability. With the policy and using a default ULB of 10 years and useful life mileage determine which revenue vehicles are in a State of Good Repair.


Decision Support Tools

The following tools are used in making investment decisions:


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Process/Tool Brief Description

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Rolling Stock Inventory Spread Sheet/5-year

replacement plan

Autofluent Maintenance System/Weekly Mileage Report


Daily Pre-Operational Sheet


A spread sheet of in service fleet data and projected ULB dates


Tracking maintenance history and service conditions - tracking ULB, mileage is on target for replacement plan schedule.

Identifies vehicle defects, tracks mileage and maintains vehicle PM schedule


Risk Mitigation Strategy

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jLoss of significant amounts of federal funds Decrease dependence on federal funds for capital


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Maintenance Strategy

IAsset Category/Class


Maintenance

Activity Frequency


Avg Duration (Hrs)


Cost

lreventive Maintenanq

7,000 miles

8

$2,500

lreventive Maintenanq

14,500 miles

8

$3,000

lreventive Maintenanq

7,000 miles

8

$2,500

lreventive Maintenanq

14,500 miles

8

$3,000

I 30ft > Bus I DOT Inspection Annual 1 $200 I 30ft < Bus I DOT Inspection Annual 1 $200 I 30ft > Bus I Pre Op Inspections Daily 1 $17 I 30ft< Bus I Pre Op Inspections Daily 1 $17 I 30ft > Bus I Fluid Inspection Weekly 1 $14 I 30ft < Bus I Fluid Inspection Weekly 1 $14 I 30ft > Bus

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I 30ft < Bus

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Unplanned Maintenance Approach


Our fleet manager/maintenance staff use their best judgment utilizing our decision tools in assessing maintenance patterns for budgetary needs in major repairs and unplanned maintenance needs.


Disposal Strategy

IAsset Category/Class Disposal Strategy



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All Buses

Buses at the end of their service life, both in years and miles will be disposed of through sealed bids and awarded governed by Michigan City Board of Public Works and Safety. Any vehicle having a fair market value of less than $5,000. will bere-invest ed in an eligible FTA project, any vehicle is sold more than $5,000.00, Michigan City would request the net sale proceeds to be re-invested in eligible FTA funded projects in accordance with theapplicable guidance and provisions outlined in FTA Circular 5010.10.


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/ Acquisit ion and Renewal Strategy

IAsset Category/Class Acquisition and Renewal Strategy



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All Buses

Utilizing our rolling stock inventory sheet and weekly mileage PM schedule check sheet, we ascertain projected annual mileage estimate the date useful life mileage will be met. We began our program planning for acquisition of rolling stock based on our projected ULB.

Work Plans & Schedules


The list of prioritized investment projects is provided in Appendix C.


Capita l Investment Activity Schedules


Document Name

Rolling Stock


Appendices


Appendix A

Appendix B Appendix C

File Extension

PDF


Asset Register

Asset Condition Data

Proposed Investment Project List

Appendix A: Asset Register


Asset

Category Asset Class


Asset Name


Make


I' Model


ID/Serial No.


Asset Owner Age (Yrs)

Replacement Cost/Value

Senator

Senator

Rolling Stock cu MCT37 Ford E- 450 Supreme A88562 MC Transit 9 $85,000.00

Rolling Stock cu MCT39 Chevy Glaval Titan II 201300 MC Transit 3 $90,000.00

= =

Rolling Stock cu MCT41 Chevy Glaval Titan II 201585 MC Transit 3 $90,000.00

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FN9405

MC Transit

5

$150,000.00

FN9406

MC Transit


5


$150,000.00

FR9866

MC Transit


5


$155,000.00

- --


--

GF7275

MC Transit

4

$155,000.00

--

HC3432 MC Transit 3

$160,000.00

HF0385 MC Transit I 3

I

1--=


$160,000.00

HR6227 MC Transit 2

:I-


$165,000.00

ID7174 MC Transit 1


$165,000.00

I

-- --

HZ6168

MC Transit


I

1

$165,000.00

269373

MC Transit


10


$30,000.00

FN9405

MC Transit

5

$150,000.00

FN9406

MC Transit


5


$150,000.00

FR9866

MC Transit


5


$155,000.00

- --


--

GF7275

MC Transit

4

$155,000.00

--

HC3432 MC Transit 3

$160,000.00

HF0385 MC Transit I 3

I

1--=


$160,000.00

HR6227 MC Transit 2

:I-


$165,000.00

ID7174 MC Transit 1


$165,000.00

I

-- --

HZ6168

MC Transit


I

1

$165,000.00

269373

MC Transit


10


$30,000.00

Rolling Stock cu MCT40 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

-- - .;..

- --

Rolling Stock cu MCT42

-

Freightliner Glaval Legacy

Rolling Stock cu MCT44 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

- - - ==

Rolling Stock cu MCT46 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

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I

- ::;: ==-c-::;:==

Rolling Stock cu MCT48 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

= =

Rolling Stock cu MCT50 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

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Rolling Stock cu MCT52 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

- - - ==-- - -

Rolling Stock cu MCT54 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

:;- =

Rolling Stock cu MCT56 Freightliner Glaval Legacy

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Equipment AO Blue Car Chrysler Sebring

Appendix B: Asset Condition Data


Equipment Assets


Asset Category

Equipment


Asset Class

cu


Asset Name


Blue Car


ID/Serial No.


269373


Age (Yrs)


10

Replacement Cost/Value

$30,000.00


Useful Life Past Useful Life Benchmark (Yrs) Benchmark

8 Yes


Facilities Assets


Asset Category


TERM Scale Asset Class Asset Name ID/Serial No. Age (Yrs) Condition


Replacement Cost/Value


Useful Life Past Useful life

Benchmark (Yrs) Benchmark



Rolling Stock Assets


Asset

Category Asset Class


Asset Name


ID/Serial No.


Age (Yrs)

Replacement Useful Life Past Useful Life Cost/Value Benchmark (Yrs)

Rolling Stock cu MCT37 A88562

Benchmark

Rolling Stock cu MCT39

- 201300

9

$85,000.00

10 No

3

$90,000.00

10 No

3

$90,000.00

10 No

5

$150,000.00

10 No

5

$150,000.00

10 No

5

$155,000.00

10 No

4

$155,000 .00

10 No

3

$160,000.00

10 No

3

$160,000.00

10 No

2

$165,000.00

10 No

9

$85,000.00

10 No

3

$90,000.00

10 No

3

$90,000.00

10 No

5

$150,000.00

10 No

5

$150,000.00

10 No

5

$155,000.00

10 No

4

$155,000 .00

10 No

3

$160,000.00

10 No

3

$160,000.00

10 No

2

$165,000.00

10 No

Rolling Stock cu MCT41 201585 Rolling Stock cu MCT40 FN9405

Rolling Stock cu MCT42 FN9406

Rolling Stock cu MCT44 FR9866

Rolling Stock cu MCT46 GF7275

Rolling Stock

cu

MCTSO

HF0385

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 52

HR6227

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 54

107174

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 56

HZ6168

Rolling Stock

cu

MCTSO

HF0385

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 52

HR6227

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 54

107174

Rolling Stock

cu

MCT 56

HZ6168

Rolling Stock cu MCT48 HC3432



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1 $165,000.00 10 No

1 $165,000.00 10 No

Appendix C: Proposed Investment Project List



Project Year Project Name

Asset/Asset Class

Cost Priority

2018 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft<Buses

$300,000.00 High

2018 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft>Buses

$90,000.00 High

2019 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft>Buses

$155,000.00 High

2021 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft<Buses

$310,000.00 High

2022 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft>Buses

$190,000.00 High

2022 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft<Buses

$320,000.00 High

2023 Rolling Stock Replacement

35ft<Buses

$330,000.00 High

MC Transit Rolling Stock


Number

Year

Description

Acquisition Date

Vin#

Total Cost

Federal

Percentage

PMTF

City

Cost

Grant Number

Cond itio n Use

Dispositio n Action

Vested Title

Useful

life

Replacement Year

40

2013

Freightliner

10/11/2013

4UZAOROU 4ECFN9405

$132,271

$105,817

0

$26,454

IN-95-X045-00

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2018

201 3 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,000

42

2013

Freightliner

10/11/ 2013

4UZAORDU6ECFN9406

$13 2, 271

$105,817

0

$26,454

IN-95-X045-00

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2018

2013 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,00 0

44

2013

Freightliner

10/11/2013

4UZAOROU9ECFR9866

$13 2,27 1

$105 ,8 17

0

$26,454

IN-95-X045-00

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2019

2013 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,000

46

2014

Freightliner

7/ 30/ 2014

4UZADROU7FCGF7275

$13 2,271

$ 1 05,817

0

$26 , 454

IN-95-X045-00

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2019

201 5 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,00 0

48

2015

Freightliner

9/30/2748

4UZAOROU8GCHC3432

$135,6 13

$106,180

0

$29,433

IN-95-X045-01

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2021

2015 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,000

so

2015 Grant

2015

Freightliner

Glaval Legacy

6/8/2015

4UZAOROU6GCHF0385

$135,613

$106,180

0

$29,433

IN-95-XOS2-00

New

Fixed

In service

City of

M.C.

7 Years

200 ,000

2021

52

2016

Freightline r

2/4/2016

4UZAORDU3GHR6227

$13 5, 613

$106 , 180

0

$29,433

IN-95-X045-0 1

New

In service

City of

7 Years

2021

2015 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200 ,000

54

2017

Freightliner

2/ 28/ 2017

4UZAORDU9HCJD7174

$137,911

$105,817

0

$32,094

IN-2016-026

New

In ser vice

City of

7 Years

2023

2015 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200,000

56

2017

Fr eigh tl iner

2/ 28/ 2017

4UZAORDU2HCHZ6186

$13 7,9 11

$105 ,8 17

0

$32,094

IN-2016-026

New

In service

City of

7 Year s

2023

2015 Grant

Glaval Legacy

Fixed

M.C.

200,000

37

2009

Ford E450

1/4/2010

1FOFE4SP490A88562

$58,223

$58,223

0

0.00

ARRA

Poor

In service

City of

4 Years

2018

2006 Grant

Supr eme Sen ator

Paratransit

39

2015

Glaval Titan II

5/22/2015

1GB6GSBL7E1201300

$83,2 55

$66,604

0

$16,651

IN-95-X045·0 1

New

In Service

M.C.

100,000

2022

2015 Gran t

Chevy

Paratransit

City of

4 years

41

2015

Glaval Titan II

5/22/2015

1G86GSBL3E1201584

$83,255

$66,604

0

16,651

IN-95-X045-01

New

In Service

M.C.

100,000

2022

2015 Grant

Chevy

Paratr ansit

Cit y of

4 years

White

2003

Ford

2003

2FAFP71WX3X175532

0

0

0

0

Donated by

In service

City of

N/A

Crown Vic

Ci ty of MC

Driver Transfers

M.C.

N/A

Blue

2008

Chysler

5/15/2008

1C3LC46R58N269373

$19 ,9 58

$15,966

0

$3,992

IN-90-XS72

Fair

In service

City of

2008 Grant

Sebring

M.C.

250 ,000



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Michigan City Transit


SUBJECT:


System Maintenance Program

DEPARTMENT POLICY NUMBER 701

ISSUE DATE

20 February 2013


CHAPTER: 7-Maintenance

Revised April 2017


ISSUED By:


Robin Tillman Department Director

REVISION DATE

NA

NUMBER OF PAGES

5


  1. Goals & Objectives

To provide the necessary guidance & procedures to insure all of Michigan City Transit Fleet Vehicles are maintained to the FTA required preventive maintenance levels of 80% or higher . This program will provide a quantitative way of measuring and providing current data for meeting or exceeding the FTA 80% levels.

II . INSPECTION AND PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE

A Inspection

1.) Daily inspections are performed prior to and after operations.

2.) Pre-Trip Inspections are conducted by the operator prior to operation .

3.) Post-Trip Inspections are conducted by the operator concluding operations and then the Bus Washer nightly.

4.) Elements of the Inspections are listed below;

  1. Lights and reflectors

  2. Brakes

  3. Horn

  4. Mirrors

  5. Windsh ield, wipers, washers, defroster

  6. Tires

  7. Speedometer

  8. Doors

    1. Fluids

J. Emergency Equipment

  1. Cleanliness

    1. Back-up Alarms

  1. Wheelchair lifts

  2. Visual review of exterior condition

  3. Operation of Wheelchair lifts and Ramps

5.) All inspections are conducted IAW the Indiana CDL Manual and the Operator's Manual for each individual piece of equipment.

6.) Defects found are reported to Central Maintenance.

B. Preventive Maintenance

1.) Michigan City Transit uses Michigan City Central Maintenance to perform Preventive Maintenance activities.

2.) Central Maintenance Mechanics are required to perform preventive maintenance on all MCT fleet and mechanical equipment, as recommended by the manufacturer.

3.) Preventive maintenance guidelines recommended by the manufacturer have been formatted in an easily understandable table that explains what maintenance needs to be performed at each recommended maintenance interval.

4.) Following the forty-two thousand (42,000) mile preventive Maintenance check, all items recommended for inspection/service or repairs by the manufacturer will be put through the preventive maintenance program every fourteen thousand five hundred (14,500) miles, for large Route buses. Para-Transit and all other vehicles recommended for inspection/service or repairs will also follow the manufacturer preventive maintenance program every seven thousand five hundred (7,500) miles.

5.) Completed preventive maintenance paperwork will be filed with the Director of MCT & MC Central Services Superintendent immediately at completion of all PM services. This paperwork will be kept for the entire life of vehicles and 5 years after disposal of vehicle.

  1. VEHICLE CLEANING

    1. Overall cleanliness is an important component to the safety of transit vehicles.

    2. The Central Maintenance Staff member assigned as the Bus Washer will perform all duties involving cleanliness of transit vehicles.

    3. The Bus Washer will be responsible for all activities listed below;

      1.) Check all lights.

      2.) Check all fluid levels and fill as needed. 3.) Clean the Interior of each bus.

      4.) Wash the exterior of all transit vehicles.

      5.) Steam clean engines and engine compart ments.

      6.) Other janitorial duties as assigned by the MCT Director/Supervisory Staff.

      7.) The replacement/repair exterior lights on all transit vehicles. 8.) Proper reporting of activit ies.

  2. AS-NEEDED REPAIRS

    1. As- needed repairs are required when a vehicle encounters a failure that is discovered between maintenance activities and may or may not be critical. 1.) All safety-critical repairs must be performed before allowing bus to enter

      Revenue Service.

      2.) All non-safety-crit ical repairs may be made at a time when the bus is not needed in Revenue Service.

    2. These repairs are unscheduled and may require a vehicle switch - out or repair in the field.

  3. VEH ICLE MAINTENANCE EMPLOYEE TRAINING

    1. Vehicle maintenance is not restricted simply to the mechanics and Central Maintenance Staff.

    2. To ensure that transit vehicles are in top condition all employees are to work together to discover and solve problems that arise.

    3. Maintenance issues will be included in Orientation of new employees, safety training meetings and Accident Review Boards.

  4. INSPECTION /PM AUDITS

    1. Constant monitoring and update of the PM program ensures that it is evolutionary and fits the needs of MCT.

    2. Audits of Maintenance records will be conducted monthly by the MCT Director.

    3. The MCT Director is responsible to conduct audits on the below listed;

      1.) Safety and security audit-daily, weekly, monthly and annually. 2.) Crash review.

      3.) Vehicle condition spot -checks.

      4.) Supervision of operator inspections.

      5.) Review of documentation of PM's, Operator inspections, training and certification reco rds.

  5. THEFT AND LOSS

    1. In order to provide an effective and controlled system to prevent loss, damage or theft of MCT property MCT will work with both NIRPC and Central Maintenance .

    2. An annual inventory of all federally funded equipment will be conducted by the MCT Director .

    3. The MCT director will be responsible for conducting an on-going review of all federally funded maintenance activities .

    4. Loss, property or monetary, will be reported to the appropriate agenc y.

  6. PROCEDURES

    1. Daily Inspections

      1.) Drivers will conduct Pre-trip inspections prior to beginning daily operations. 2.) Pre-trip Inspection results will be recorded on the Transit Department

      Inspection form, See attached.

      1. Copy 1 will be maintained on the vehicle.

      2. Copy 2 will be submitted to Supervisory staff prior to beginning route operations.

      3. Central Services secretary will post all the bus mileages & hours from Post­ Trip inspection forms to a nightly Check-In Sheet which will be sent to Central Maintenance every week on Wednesday mornings.

      4. Central Maintenance will keep an erase Board with last PM mileage on all Buses and will post the weekly Wednesday morning mileages on the erase board to track the next upcoming Bus PM.

        3.) Supervisory staff will submit work orders to Central Maintenance for needed repairs based on Operator Inspections. See attached.

        4.) Central Maintenance will schedule and perform work.

        . 5.) Work Order will be completed and returned to the Transit Department after completion of needed work and/or repairs.

        6.) Bus Washer will conduct an inspection at the conclusion of operations daily and recording that inspection on the Vehicle Cleanliness Inspection Report, see attached.

        7.) Bus Washer will; check fluids and fill as needed, check all exterior and interior lights and replace as needed.

    2. Preventive Maintenance

      1.) MCT Supervisory staff will track the need for PM's from the PM spreadsheet provided by Central Maintenance.

      2.) MCT Supervisory staff or Central Maintenance will complete a Work Order for needed PM's.

      3.) Central Maintenance will complete and return Work Orders to MCT.

    3. As-Needed Repairs

      1.) All needed repairs will have work order completed and sent to Central Maintenance to have repairs scheduled and co mpleted.

      2.) At completion of repairs work order form will be completed and sent back to MCT for review and archiving .

      3.) Call out repairs will have call-out form completed by both the Operator and Mechanic and returned to MCT at completion of road call/repair, see attached.

  7. RESPONSIBILITY

A Employees found to be insubordinate, with respect to this policy, will be subject to disciplinary action up to or including termination in accordance with the City Policy, 501 Employee Conduct and Work Rules, and current Labor Agreement.


B. MCT Department Director is responsible to ensure the compliance with this policy and its procedures.

PM Service Check List

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Vehicle T·..

DATE:

GI I Ch

. p 7,SOOmil 550h

Mil age: HRS:

Item Mileage

Change 7, 500 15,000 22,500 30,000 37, 500 45,000 52,500 60,000 67,500 75,000 82,500 90,000

Engine oil change Engine oil Filter Fuel Filter

Transmission oil Change

DPF clean/ replace 150,000 mile s 150,(

Inspect

All Fluid levels Drive Belts

Air Cleaner Tensioner

Turbo piping andclamps Engine mounts

Active codes Fuel Leaks

Fuel Tanks Mounting straps Cooling sys. Leaks

Flush cooling system

Hydrolic leaks Steering system/ LUBE Suspension System Drive Shafts and Lube Exhaust system

Brake System Ties/ Wheels


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ADA Lift Maintenance Lightly Oil

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Bearings, Levers, Locks and Slots


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Inspect and correct as needed

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I I I I I I I

I I I I I I I

All moving parts Mounts

Cov ers Decals

PMService Check List

DATE:

Milage :

HRS:

Item

Mileage

Change

14,500

29,000

43,500

58,000

72,500

87,000 101,500 116,000 130,500 145,000 159,500 174,000

Engine oil change

Engine oil Filter

Fuel Filter

Transmi ssion oil Change

Prognost ics: when Tran s Service light com es on or at 150, 000 m il es

DPF clean/ replace 150,000 miles

150,000

Inspect

All Flui d levels Drive Belts

Air Cleaner

Tensioner

Turbo pipingandclamps Engine mounts

Active codes Fuel Leaks

Fuel Tanks Mounting straps Cooling sys. Leaks

Flush cooling system Hydrolic leaks Steering system/ LUBE Suspension System Drive Shafts and Lube Exhaust system

Brake System Ties / Wheels

DATE:

Milage :

HRS:

Item

Mileage

Change

14,500

29,000

43,500

58,000

72,500

87,000 101,500 116,000 130,500 145,000 159,500 174,000

Engine oil change

Engine oil Filter

Fuel Filter

Transmi ssion oil Change

Prognost ics: when Tran s Service light com es on or at 150, 000 m il es

DPF clean/ replace 150,000 miles

150,000

Inspect

All Flui d levels Drive Belts

Air Cleaner

Tensioner

Turbo pipingandclamps Engine mounts

Active codes Fuel Leaks

Fuel Tanks Mounting straps Cooling sys. Leaks

Flush cooling system Hydrolic leaks Steering system/ LUBE Suspension System Drive Shafts and Lube Exhaust system

Brake System Ties / Wheels

Vehicle Type: Glaval Freightline every 14,500 miles or 1000 hrs.


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ADA Lift Maintenance Lightly Oil

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Bearings, Levers, Locks and Slots


Inspect and correct as needed

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I I I I I I I I

All moving parts Mounts

Covers Decals

PM Service Check List

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Vehicle Type: Ford Para Transit

DATE:

Milage:


HRS:

Item

Change Engine oil change Engine oil Filter

Mileage

5,000


10,000


15,000


20,000


25,000


30,000 35,000


40,000


45,000


50,000


55,000


60,000

Replace Cabin J=il t er

Fuel Filter

Transmission oil Change

Inspect

All Fluid levels

Drive Belts

Air Cleane r

Tensioner

Turbo piping and clamps Engine mounts

Active codes

Spark plugs/ Wires

90,000

Fuel Leaks

Fuel Tanks Mounting straps

Cooling sys. Leaks

Flush cooling system

Hydrolic leaks

Steering system/ LUBE Suspension System

Drive Shafts and Lube

Exhaust system

Brake System

Ties/ Wheels


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ADA Lift Maintenance Lightly Oil

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Bearings, Levers, Locks and Slots

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Inspect and correct as needed

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All moving parts Mounts

Covers

Covers

Decals I I I I I I I I


Me chanic Signature : Date:_ _ _

I have Checked the above at the appropriate interval

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MCT

MICHIGAN CITY TRANSIT


Bus# _


Odometer-----


Hours


Operator's Pre-Operation Checklist

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NOTE any damage on bus body


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PRESS HARD, Ball point only. Check(-.t') in each item below, if defective Annotate defects in the "Problems" Section

CHECKLIST

EXTERIOR

(Front)

( ) Undercarriage for Leaks Start Engine/Turn on all Lights and Flashers

( ) Clearance Lights

( ) Windshield-Cracks/Damage ( ) Head Lights High/Low Beam ( ) Tum Signals/Flashers

(Left Side)

( ) Mirror

( ) Driver Door1W indow

( ) Wheel assemblies and Tires ( ) Mid-Vehicle Light

( ) Reflectors

(Rear)

( ) Marker Lights

( ) Windows

( ) Tail Lights

( ) Brake Lights

( ) Reflectors

( ) Route/Destination Sign

(Right Side)

( ) Wheel assemblies and Tires

( ) Mid-vehicle light

( ) Passenger Door/Windows ( ) Route/Destination Sign

( ) Mirror

INTERIOR

( ) Oil Pressure

( ) Air Pressure si ( ) Windshield Wiper/washer

( ) Heater/Defroster ( ) Hom

( ) Steering Wheel Play ( ) Mirror

( ) Interior Lights ( ) Gauges

( ) Driver Seat Belt

( ) Tum signal/flasher operation

( ) Windows

( ) Seats

( ) Cleanliness

( ) Emergency Hatch

( ) Securement Devices

Brake Test Comeleted Yes D No D

\Vheelchair lift /ramp cycled:

Yes D

No

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Problems:


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