Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority is currently recruiting for a Managing Director. The Managing Director of Capitol Corridor will provide strategic leadership and direction on day-to-day activities and operations of the Capitol Corridor one of America’s premier intercity rail public transit systems. Headquartered in the heart of downtown Oakland, California, Capitol Corridor has a service area covering the 8 counties within Northern California, a total population of over 7 million people. The Capitol Corridor’s current fleet is comprised of 128 vehicles and carriers over 1.7 million passengers a year, making it the third busiest route in the national Amtrak system. Interested candidates may apply online at www.bart.gov/jobs.
Requests for Proposals (RFPs) / Requests for Statement of Qualifications (RFSOQ)
RFSOQ201819-01: Oakland to San Jose Phase 2A Planning Studies, Complete Environmental Documentation, and Final Design [CLOSED]
Questions & Responses (Updated November 2, 2018)
Some reference materials for interested proposers:
- CCJPA 2018 TIRCP Application, which includes the Oakland to San Jose Phase 2A Service Expansion Project as part of the Northern California Corridor Enhancement Program
RFSOQ201819-02: California Integrated Travel Staffing Support Services [CLOSED]
Questions & Responses (Updated October 22, 2018)
- CCJPA has provided additional information about the California Integrated Travel RFSOQ and the overall effort, including information from a May 1-2, 2018 California Integrated Travel conference, at this website.
- CCJPA is also sharing a document about the institutional arrangements in Switzerland for integrated travel which, in the Cal ITP Steering Committee’s viewpoint, may help RFSOQ respondents gain some insights.
RFSOQ201819-03: Next Generation Wi-Fi Solution [CLOSED]
Next-Generation Wi-Fi Solution – RFSOQ201819-03 (Updated October 19, 2018)
Questions & Responses (Updated November 7, 2018)
- [IMPORTANT] Please make note of an updated Attachment A, Statement of Work. This updated version (10.19.2018) is the official SOW and replaces the older version in the RFSOQ. The version notes on the first page of the RFSOQ indicate the specific updates, which are mostly to clarify applicability of the SOW when considering service versus capital sales models of delivery.
- Additional reference materials for interested proposers:
RFSOQ201819-04: Passenger Information Display System for the Capitol Corridor, San Joaquins, and Altamont Corridor Express Passenger Rail Services [CLOSED]
California PIDS – RFSOQ201819-04 (Updated Jan 2, 2019 with new selection timeline)
Questions & Responses (Updated Jan 16, 2018)
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