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.

City of Troy Federal Street Corridor Study

CDTC seeks Expressions of Interest from qualified firms or individuals to execute the City of Troy Federal Street Corridor Study. The study will evaluate options for redesigning Federal Street, including as a boulevard bookended with roundabouts at River Street and Sixth Avenue. This will include an evaluation of traffic implications with the vertical lift Green Island Bridge, River Street and BRT traffic, 5th Avenue, the Sixth Avenue/Peoples Avenue intersection, and RPI traffic to ensure motorized traffic continues to circulate while improving pedestrian and bicycle traffic flow and facilitating traffic operations with access management. The study will also evaluate existing safety deficiencies.

CDTC has made $50,000 available in consultant budget from federal planning funds to support the Federal Street Corridor Study. 

Eligible sponsors should submit their proposal by Friday, November 12, 2021.  Scope of Work, submission instructions, and evaluation criteria can be found in the program description 

 

Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update

CDTC seeks Expressions of Interest from qualified firms or individuals to execute the Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update.  The US Route 4 Corridor Study Inter-Municipal Update was proposed by the Town of East Greenbush, with support from the Town of North Greenbush.  The intended outcome of the Study is a preferred corridor profile, based on a representative public input process that provides a clear implementation strategy to improve transportation operations, and accommodates future growth and development. 

CDTC has made $90,000 available in consultant budget from federal planning funds to support the Route 4 Corridor Study: Inter-Municipal Update. 

Eligible sponsors should submit their proposal by Thursday, October 21, 2021.  Scope of Work, submission instructions, and evaluation criteria can be found in the program description