UC Davis Bikeway And Transit Network Study

UC Davis Bikeway And Transit Network Study

UC Davis Office of Resource Management and Planning


UC Davis Bikeway and Transit Network Study RFI/RFQ--
UC Davis Office of Resource Management and Planning

The UC Davis Bikeway and Transit Network planning study will evaluate the bicycle facilities and transit network serving the UC Davis campus. The study will identify needed improvements to the bicycle paths, lanes and the transit network on campus to accommodate future campus growth. The study will focus on the bicycle and transit connections throughout campus and will include circulation issues between a large new residential development planned west of State Highway 113 (West Village) and the Central Campus east of State Highway 113. The study will also address pedestrian accessibility at transit stops. Design guidelines for the on-street and off-street bicycle facilities on campus will also be developed through the study.

To assist in developing the UC Davis Bikeway and Transit Network Study, a consultant or consultant teams are requested to submit written statements of information/qualifications and required information before 5 PM on October 12, 2007.

The University intends to utilize campus staff to manage the planning study and seeks consultant assistance to assist with managing the study, conducting much of the background work, developing the plans, and providing technical expertise in the area of bikeway and transit network planning. The University staff are expected to play a large role in gathering background materials, developing project objectives, and coordinating public workshops. The University intends to select a consultant pursuant to the descriptions provided in the Request for Information/Qualifications and, once selected, determine with the assistance of the consultant the exact roles and responsibilities for each of the study tasks.

It is anticipated that the contract will extend from fall 2007 through summer 2008. Submittal requirements and additional project information are available at http://www.ormp.ucdavis.edu/environreview/contracts.html or by contacting Linda Younger, UC Davis Office of Resource Management and Planning, at (530) 752-9259.

The University of California is an equal opportunity employer. Every effort will be made to ensure that all persons, regardless of race, religion, sex, color, ethnicity and national origin have equal access to contracts and other business opportunities with the University.

Related Link: UC Davis Bikeway and Transit Network Study

For more information contact:

Matt Dulcich
UC Davis Office of Resource Management and Planning
1 Shields Avenue
Davis
CA 95616
United States

Phone: (530) 752-9597
Email: [email protected]
Web: http://www.ormp.ucdavis.edu/environreview/contracts.html

Posted September 20, 2007



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