CAPITOL CORRIDOR JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY
NOTICE TO PROPOSERS – GENERAL INFORMATION
The CAPITOL CORRIDOR JOINT POWERS AUTHORITY (“CCJPA”), 300 Lakeside Drive, Oakland, California, is advertising for proposals for Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSOQ) from prospective Consultants (“Proposers”) to provide ON-CALL BICYCLE ACCESS PLANNING SERVICES, RFSOQ No. RFSOQ201516-001, on or about July 20, 2015, with proposals due by 5:00 PM local time, Friday, August 28, 2015. The proposed resultant professional services agreement to be awarded from this RFSOQ will be for a period of five (5) years. The scope of services and other pertinent requirements of the services are further described in RFSOQ No. RFSOQ201516-001.
DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED
The CCJPA is soliciting the services of a consultant team (“CONSULTANT”) to support general bicycle access planning for the Capitol Corridor intercity passenger rail service. The consulting services will be utilized on a work directive basis to accomplish specific tasks or objectives of the CCJPA. In general, the CONSULTANT shall study actions that can be taken by CCJPA and its partners to improve bicycle access to and from the train and stations and evaluate effectiveness of current actions that are intended to improve bicycle access.
A Pre-Submittal Meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 28, 2015. The Pre-Submittal Meeting will convene at 1:30 PM local time at 300 Lakeside Drive, 14th Floor, Conference Room No. 1400, Oakland, CA 94612. Prospective Proposers are requested to make every effort to attend this only scheduled Pre-Submittal Meeting and to confirm their attendance by contacting Cheryl Grady, CCJPA Administrative Assistant, at (510) 874-7492, prior to the date of the Pre-Submittal Meeting.
ABOUT CCJPA FOR THIS RFSOQ
The CCJPA is a California joint powers authority with six member agencies. The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) is the managing agency of the CCJPA. The CCJPA models its administrative procedures upon those utilized by BART in carrying out BART’s purpose in owning and operating a rapid transit system in the San Francisco Bay Area. Accordingly, reference is made in the RFSOQ to certain BART administrative procedures which have been adopted as CCJPA administrative procedures.