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Pelivan Transit partners with the

Nine Tribes to expand services to

a larger number of clients...



Two Consortiums - Ten Tribes

Pelivan Transit has developed and formed two consortiums with ten tribes in northeastern Oklahoma.  This integration of a rural public transportation program (Section 5311)  and two tribal transit programs (5311 c) was established with the Cherokee Nation from one grant and two other grants with the Nine Tribes of Northeast Oklahoma Consortium consisting of the Eastern Shawnee, Miami, Modoc, Ottawa, Peoria, Quapaw, Seneca-Cayuga, Shawnee, and Wyandotte tribes of Oklahoma.   This collaboration will provide tribal transit services to seven counties in northeastern Oklahoma.  Tribal Transit services will be provided by Pelivan Transit on behalf of the area tribes.  Shared logos and tribal seals will be displayed on some of the vehicles purchased by the tribes and leased to Pelivan for transportation services.  An Intelligent Software Program is currently being developed by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and the University of Oklahoma.  Pelivan Transit was chosen to utilize this program due to the complexity of maintaining data and demographics for ten tribes as well as the rural public transportation system.  This program is in the BETA stage and will become available to the other 23 rural public transits in Oklahoma in the future upon completion of the programming and development.  A new multimodal transit center will open by the end of 2010 in Miami, Oklahoma displaying a Native American décor where the Nine Tribes of Northeast Oklahoma are headquartered.  This transit center will showcase the Greyhound and Jefferson Bus Lines connection where riders can purchase bus tickets to any bus location in America and Pelivan Transit will transport the rider to the nearest bus station for continued travel through the bus lines.  Transportation pick-ups at area bus stations will also be provided to any travelers with their final destination in the Pelivan Transit service territory.  A percentage of the ticket sales will be applied to the local match requirements for transit grants.  This intercity connection of private bus lines and public transit is a solution to stranded travelers needing transportation services to rural communities beyond urban bus terminals. Bus ticketing will become available in all Dispatch Centers as well.


Eastern Shawnee

P.O. Box 350
Seneca, MO 64865
Office: 866-674-3786

Miami Tribe

P.O. Box 1326
Miami, OK 74355
Office: 918-542-1445
Fax: 918-542-7260

Modoc Tribe

418 G Southeast
Miami, OK 74354
Office: 918-542-1190
Fax: 918-542-5415

Ottawa Tribe

P.O. Box 110
Miami, OK 74355
Office: 918-540-1536
Fax: 918-542-3214

Peoria Tribe

P.O. Box 1527
Miami, OK 74355
Office: 918-540-2535
Fax: 918-540-2538

Quapaw Tribe

P.O. Box 765
Quapaw, OK 74363
Office: 918-542-1853
Fax: 918-542-4694


P.O. Box 1283
Miami, OK 74355
Office: 918-542-6609
Fax: 918-542-3684


P O Box 189
Miami, OK 74354
Office: 918-542-2441
Fax: 918-542-2922

Wyandotte Nation

P O Box 250
Wyandotte, OK 74370
Fax: 678-2944



Cherokee Nation

P.O. Box 948

Tahlequah, OK 74465

Office: 800-256-0671











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