The Capital District Transportation Committee (CDTC) engages qualified professional consultants to support its work through a formal bid process that may include responding to a Request for Expressions of Interest (REI), a Request for Proposals (RFP) or a Request for Qualifications (RFQ). The CDTC solicits proposals and/or qualifications via the NYS Contract Reporter. Please visit https://www.nyscr.ny.gov/ to identify possible funding opportunities offered by CDTC.
Village of Ballston Spa Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan
CDTC has made $60,000 available in consultant budget from federal planning funds to support the Village of Ballston Spa Pedestrian and Bicycle and Master Plan. Eligible sponsors should submit their proposal by Wednesday, September 9. Details, including submission instructions and evaluation criteria, can be found in the program description.
Questions and potential submissions should be emailed to: email@example.com
Capital District Trails Feasibility Study Solicitation
CDTC has made $75,000 available in consultant budget from federal planning funds to support the implementation of the Capital District Trails Plan. Eligible sponsors should submit their proposal for a trail feasibility study by Friday, August 7. Details, including submission instructions and evaluation criteria, can be found in the program description.
Questions regarding the trails plan and potential submissions should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
RFQ Issued for Locally Owned Bridge Preservation Study
CDTC has budgeted up to $105,000 over a two-year period for Identification of Bridge Preservation Candidates, Treatments, and Costs for Locally Owned Capital District Bridges. CDTC’s New Visions 2050 Regional Transportation Plan emphasizes infrastructure preservation as one of its guiding principles, and identifies locally-owned bridges as a key area for investigation. In 2015, the first iteration of CDTC’s local bridge preservation report was completed.
CDTC is requesting proposals to provide a complete update to the 2015 report using the most recent bridge inspection data available in order to provide local agencies with the guidance needed to carry out timely and cost-effective preservation strategies. The consultant shall work with a steering committee comprised of local and state bridge stakeholders to review existing bridge conditions and develop treatment recommendations. CDTC, on behalf of local member jurisdictions, will administer the consultant contract and will serve as project manager.
Andrew Tracy will serve as the project manager and will be the primary contact for technical and administrative questions by email at email@example.com. Please contact Latanya Sellie at CDTC directly for a complete copy of the RFQ by emailing at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that CDTC staff are currently working remotely and have limited access to CDTC’s phone line. Proposals are due by 5:00 PM on Wednesday, August 12th, 2020.