Bid Alert No: 00000581847
Bid Title: Brooklyn Neighborhood "Road Diet"
Agency Bid No. Title: P-35-16
Received Date: 05/24/2016
Close Date: 06/15/2016
Purchase Type: Not Stated
Delivery Point: Jacksonville, Florida
Delivery Date: Not Stated
Special Notices: Questions Due By 05/31/2016 11:00 AM
Specifications include, but are not limited to: The Downtown Investment Authority (DIA) is seeking a consultant to develop a conceptual design to create more walkable, bikeable corridors to promote street-level activation and better link the Riverside-Brooklyn-LaVilla neighborhoods.. The Park Street roadway segment is approximately 5,000 linear feet in length, extending from Peninsular Place to West Forsyth Street. Park Street is a four-lane, undivided roadway generally lined by single-story or low rise commercial and industrial uses from Peninsular Place to Jackson Street, at which point it is flanked by an apartment complex to its south. East of the apartments, Park Street becomes a railroad track overpass leading into the LaVilla neighborhood at which point it the name changes from Park Street to Lee Street. The Riverside Avenue segment is approximately 4,600 linear feet in length and extends from Peninsular Place to Water Street, at which point it becomes Jefferson Street in the LaVilla neighborhood. Riverside Avenue varies in width and number of lanes, becoming narrower with fewer lanes from east-to-west. The Forest Street segment is approximately 1,450 linear feet in length, extending from Riverside Avenue to Myrtle Avenue. Forest Street provides access to I-95/I-10 at its intersection with Myrtle Avenue. Between Riverside Avenue and Myrtle Avenue, Forest Street is an approximately 150 foot wide, six-lane roadway with a raised landscape median.
Product Code: 92515
Issuing Agency: City of Jacksonville
Agency Type: State and Local
Contact: Alex Baker Department of Procurement, 214 North Hogan Street, 10th Floor, Jacksonville, Florida, 32202