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Request for Proposals for the Gold Rush Multi-Use Path Phase 2 & 3: Feasibility and Complete Street Study

The Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) desires to retain a consultant to complete the SR 49 Gold Rush Multi-Use Path Phase 2 and 3: Feasibility and Complete Streets Studies.  The goal of this project is to develop and analyze alternatives for the 2nd and 3rd segments of the Gold Rush Multi-Use Path and associated complete streets improvements along SR 49. Proposals may be submitted for both Phase 2 and Phase 3 or for one of the two alone. The overall Gold Rush Multi-Use Path is a 15-mile phased multi-modal path planned to connect the historic communities in Tuolumne County including Columbia, Sonora, Jamestown, and the Chicken Ranch Rancheria Tribal Lands as well as disadvantaged communities. The Gold Rush Multi-Use Path will serve as the trunk line for non-motorized travel in Tuolumne County, from which sidewalks and bike lanes will branch off.

The Request for Proposals can be found attached to this post as well as on the Gold Rush Multi-Use Path Webpage:

Last day to submit questions: April 29, 2024

Proposals Due: June 21, 2024

Proposers shall make contact with the Tuolumne County Transportation Council (TCTC) staff through the following individual:


Shannon Thaggard, Transportation Planner II

Tuolumne County Transportation Council


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