CITY OF SCHENECTADY CRAIG-MAIN COMPLETE STREETS STUDY

The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) carrying out federal requirements for the cooperative transportation planning and programming within the metropolitan area surrounding the Albany-Schenectady and Saratoga Springs urbanized areas. CDTC is requesting expressions of interest from qualified firms or individuals to undertake the Craig-Main Complete Streets Study in the City of Schenectady. The Craig – Main Complete Streets Study was proposed by the City of Schenectady to make recommendations for improved bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure along the Craig Street – Main Avenue (Craig – Main) corridor due to recent redevelopment projects increasing the density in the surrounding neighborhoods.

The study is being funded by the CDTC and the City of Schenectady through CDTC’s 2018-19 Community and Transportation Linkage Planning Program. The study has a fixed budget of $90,000 for consultant services. CDTC, on behalf of the City of Schenectady, will administer the consultant contract and will jointly manage the study with the City. CDTC and the City of Schenectady would like to see this study completed within 12 calendar months from the date of contract execution.

Jacob Beeman will serve as the project manager and will be the primary contact for technical and administrative questions either by phone 518-458-2161 or by email at jbeeman@cdtcmpo.org. Please contact Latanya Sellie at CDTC directly for a complete copy of the REI either by calling 518-458-2161 or emailing at lsellie@cdtcmpo.org.

Letters of interest are due at 5:00 PM on Friday, September 14, 2018
at the Capital District Transportation Committee offices, One Park Place, Main Floor, Albany, NY 12205. Five (5) hard copies of the submission and one electronic copy on a CD are required.