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The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (the “Authority”) is soliciting proposals from qualified firms for investment advisory services. The Authority intends to establish a three (3) year contract term with two (2) one-year renewal options. The scope of services is described in detail below. In summary, the Authority is seeking investment advisory services for the discretionary day-to-day management of its pooled investment portfolio of approximately $115 million.
CCTA is releasing this Request for Statement of Qualifications and Proposal (RFQ/RFP) to select a Program / Project Management and Project Control Services Consultant (CONSULTANT) for the CCTA's Measure C and Measure J Transportation Improvement and Growth Management Programs (GMP) and other Capital Improvement Projects in Contra Costa County.
CCTA is soliciting proposals from qualified General Engineering Contractors for the construction on and adjacent to State Highway in Contra Costa County in San Pablo on State Route 80 from McBryde Avenue overcrossing to El Portal Drive undercrossing project.
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The current Contra Costa Express Bus Study was prepared for CCTA in December 2001. The attached Request For Proposals (RFP) 14-2 is to update the existing document.
Measure J provided a committed funding source to express bus service – Program 16 which dedicated $86 Million (2004 $) to express bus capital and operating expenses. Since Measure J was enacted transit revenues in general have seen significant changes. As a result of the economic downturn, sales tax revenues were well below projections. In addition, the State temporarily eliminated both State Transit Assistance (STA) funding and Proposition 42 funding to transit. Consequently, transit operators used their Measure J express bus allocations to maintain existing express bus services as they struggle to find a balance in service for transit dependent populations, lifeline services and commuters.
The current planning project proposes a comprehensive look at the current express service in Contra Costa County provided by all operators and a blueprint for improved express bus services considering likely fund scenarios.
The Contra Costa Transportation Authority has released RFP 16-1 to interested consultant firms to provide consultant support to update the Contra Costa Countywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan (CBPP).
The successful consultant team will help the Authority update the goals, policies and implementation steps in the current CBPP to help us improve the safety, convenience and attractiveness of bicycling and walking in Contra Costa.