Request For Proposal
RFP PS20170651 - TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND SAFETY STUDY
April 26, 2017
Questions & Answers
May 2, 2017
All enquiries regarding the RFP must be addressed to:
Jim Lowood, Contracting Specialist
All enquiries must be made in writing. In-person or telephone enquiries are not permitted.
[Please specify proposal document number, proposal title and purchasing agent's name when sending email.]
Questions will be accepted, and answers posted, ONLY IF they are submitted in writing five working days prior to the bid closing date
CLOSING DATE & TIME
3:00:00 pm (Local Vancouver Time), Thursday, May 4, 2017
City of Vancouver, Purchasing Services
453 West 12th Avenue
Vancouver, BC Canada V5Y 1V4
Envelopes submitted by courier or otherwise in-person should be delivered to:
Supply Chain Management
453 West 12th Avenue - 4th Floor (Bid submission box)
Vancouver City Hall
Vancouver, British Columbia
Proposals received after the closing time may be returned unopened.
Faxed proposals will not be accepted.
Please visit our Bidding Procedures page for additional information.
General Description of RequirementThe RFP concerns the City’s interest in procuring the services of a consulting engineering firm (“Proponent”) to conduct a safety review of priority corridors and intersections identified through the “Moving Towards Zero Fatalities Action Plan” as well as a “Congestion Management Review” for the Traffic and Data Management department of the City of Vancouver. Details of the City’s objectives and requirements to which the RFP relates are set out in Part B of the RFP. The City welcomes proposals that are responsive to this RFP (“Proposals”) respecting innovative or novel approaches to the City’s objectives and requirements.
The Traffic and Data Management Branch, Engineering Services, is responsible for implementing safety measures for all road users.
The City of Vancouver is committed towards making walking and cycling safe, accessible and enjoyable for people of all ages and abilities. Walking and cycling have been identified as top priorities in the City’s 1997 “Transportation Plan”, the 2002 “Downtown Transportation Plan” and subsequently in the “Transportation 2040 Plan”.
No information meeting at this time.
Downloading the Document
Proponents must not electronically alter any portion of downloaded documents with the exception of adding the information requested. To do so will invalidate your bid.
Download (PDF format only)
PS20170651 498 KB
TRAFFIC CONGESTION AND SAFETY STUDY
Amendment No. 1 41 KB
1. RE: PART C – FORM OF PROPOSAL, APPENDIX 3
No addendum at this time.
Questions and Answers
Q&A No. 1 60 KB
ISSUED MAY 2, 2017