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Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for Professional Engineering and Transportation Planning Consulting

Updated 5.11.20

The Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) is soliciting qualifications to retain firms for professional engineering, regional traffic modeling, and transportation planning consulting services. The major objective of this project will be to develop various traffic studies and provide engineering and transportation planning consulting services for various projects.

Project Description:

The TCTC is considering a four-year retainer agreement with at least one qualified firm for professional engineering and transportation planning consulting services. Specific project descriptions, delivery schedules and costs for services will be identified in Work Orders that have been agreed upon and approved in writing by the Executive Director and an authorized representative of the consultant. Upon agreement, the TCTC will issue a notice to proceed to the chosen consultant for a specific work order. Generally, the TCTC is requesting professional consulting services including, but not limited to, the following functions:

1. Prepare reports regarding requests for traffic control device installations such as traffic signals, stop signs, parking regulations, speed zones, channelization, crosswalks and pedestrian and bicycle facilities.

2. Advise, support and assist the TCTC on engineering related issues on an as needed basis.

3. Prepare studies, plans, specifications and estimates, and provide contract administration and construction observations for traffic safety projects, including geometric and channelization improvements, traffic signal installations and modifications, street safety lighting installations and modifications, traffic signing, striping and pavement marking improvements.

4. Prepare engineering drawings, specifications and calculations for capital improvement projects consistent with applicable standards.

5. Attend meetings pertaining to traffic related issues and projects as needed.

6. Prepare grant applications for funding from Federal, State and regional agencies for traffic safety studies and improvements as needed.

7. Review and comment on land development traffic impacts reports.


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