Request for Proposals: NJ Transit 'Transit Friendly' Planning Consultant

Request for Proposals: NJ Transit 'Transit Friendly' Planning Consultant


Transit-friendly land use planning creates an environment around a transit stop or station that supports pedestrian activities and transit use by providing for a mix of land uses (e.g.,residential, retail, commercial, parking, etc.) in a safe, clean vibrant and active place. Transit-friendly planning can be a community's most effective tool to achieving a balance of land use, transportation and open space interests in an environmentally sensitive manner, while managing growth and change.

Generally, tasks will be assigned on an as-needed basis, with notices to proceed awarded on an individual task-by-task basis with a per-task limitation of $350,000. The overall contract authorization limit for all three firms is expected to be $5,000,000. Although proposers are encouraged to compete for this and other "Task Order Type Contracts", proposers are advised that multiple "Task Order Contracts" shall not be awarded to a particular firm.

Firms will be fully responsible for the delivery of their proposals. Reliance on U.S. Mail or other carriers is at the proposer's risk. Late submissions may not be considered.The Pre-proposal conference will be held at NJ TRANSIT headquarters located at One Penn Plaza East, Newark, New Jersey (6th Floor) at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday February 11, 2003.

Please refer to NJT's website @ NJ for more information.


For more information contact:

John Wasilak
One Penn Plaza
New Jersey 07105

Phone: 973-491-7525
Email: [email protected]

Posted January 30, 2003

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