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I-35 Integrated Corridor Management Planning

Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000452407

Bid Title: I-35 Integrated Corridor Management Planning

Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 01/05/2016

Close Date: 01/22/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Missouri

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:Task 1. Stakeholder Identification and Engagement Institutional integration is a common and fundamental theme of successful ICM planning and implementation. For the I-35 ICM Planning, it will be critical to identify and involve a comprehensive set of transportation operations stakeholders. At a minimum this should include KC Scout, Operation Green Light (OGL), MARC, KDOT, MoDOT, RideShare, local public works agencies, law enforcement, and first responders. In addition to solicitation of input and feedback from stakeholders, engagement activities should be conducted with the goal of achieving buy-in from participating entities. Other considerations may include the development of a project charter and memorandums of understanding (MOUs). Task 2. System Overview and Assessment The I-35 ICM Concept will be based on a strong understanding of the institutional, technological and operational elements of the corridor. The concept of an ICM Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is one possible approach to analyzing and documenting the current operational state of affairs in a transportation corridor or area. Documentation of the current system address the following. Understanding of the corridordefine relevant regional ITS Architecture applicable to the corridor, capture recommendations from I-35 optimization study, identify relevant requirements and recommendations from KC Scout ramp metering and incident management plan, describe the physical characteristics of the corridor, major adjacent highways, and stakeholders. Existing transportation assetsdescribe the transportation modes and facilities within the corridor that the proposal will impact, including arterials, transit facilities, ramp meters, and other existing ITS infrastructure. Current operations of the corridorpeak travel demand characteristics, special event impact, types of transportation challenges facing the efficient and effective operation and management of transportation facilities and services in the corridor. Documentation of the future system should address planned projects along the corridor that may impact the operations of the highway or adjacent arterials, economic development that may impact the use of the highway system. Task 3. Develop Initial Planning Documents 3.1 Project Management Plan A project management plan (PMP) will outline project management activities, determine roles and responsibilities, and identify supporting plans. Other elements may include identification of one or more implementing agencies and an ICM champion for the corridor. 3.2 Systems Engineering Management Plan A systems engineering management plan (SEMP) will address the transition of critical technologies, define needed systems and engineering processes, and specify integration activities. 3.3 Concept of Operations (ConOps) A concept of operations (ConOps) is the primary purpose and ultimate goal of the I-35 ICM Planning project. This will identify and synthesize operational scenarios and define the anticipated impacts of the proposal. Impacts to operations and stakeholder organizations shall be defined. Improvements recommended for road geometry, operations, and hardware will be identified. Expectations for system safety, security, and reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) shall be defined for the proposed plan. System constraints shall be defined. Risks associated with implementation will also be captured and identified. Potential mitigations may be included. Training needs associated with the proposed changes will be identified.Specifications include, but are not limited to:Task 1. Stakeholder Identification and Engagement Institutional integration is a common and fundamental theme of successful ICM planning and implementation. For the I-35 ICM Planning, it will be critical to identify and involve a comprehensive set of transportation operations stakeholders. At a minimum this should include KC Scout, Operation Green Light (OGL), MARC, KDOT, MoDOT, RideShare, local public works agencies, law enforcement, and first responders. In addition to solicitation of input and feedback from stakeholders, engagement activities should be conducted with the goal of achieving buy-in from participating entities. Other considerations may include the development of a project charter and memorandums of understanding (MOUs). Task 2. System Overview and Assessment The I-35 ICM Concept will be based on a strong understanding of the institutional, technological and operational elements of the corridor. The concept of an ICM Capability Maturity Model (CMM) is one possible approach to analyzing and documenting the current operational state of affairs in a transportation corridor or area. Documentation of the current system address the following. Understanding of the corridordefine relevant regional ITS Architecture applicable to the corridor, capture recommendations from I-35 optimization study, identify relevant requirements and recommendations from KC Scout ramp metering and incident management plan, describe the physical characteristics of the corridor, major adjacent highways, and stakeholders. Existing transportation assetsdescribe the transportation modes and facilities within the corridor that the proposal will impact, including arterials, transit facilities, ramp meters, and other existing ITS infrastructure. Current operations of the corridorpeak travel demand characteristics, special event impact, types of transportation challenges facing the efficient and effective operation and management of transportation facilities and services in the corridor. Documentation of the future system should address planned projects along the corridor that may impact the operations of the highway or adjacent arterials, economic development that may impact the use of the highway system. Task 3. Develop Initial Planning Documents 3.1 Project Management Plan A project management plan (PMP) will outline project management activities, determine roles and responsibilities, and identify supporting plans. Other elements may include identification of one or more implementing agencies and an ICM champion for the corridor. 3.2 Systems Engineering Management Plan A systems engineering management plan (SEMP) will address the transition of critical technologies, define needed systems and engineering processes, and specify integration activities. 3.3 Concept of Operations (ConOps) A concept of operations (ConOps) is the primary purpose and ultimate goal of the I-35 ICM Planning project. This will identify and synthesize operational scenarios and define the anticipated impacts of the proposal. Impacts to operations and stakeholder organizations shall be defined. Improvements recommended for road geometry, operations, and hardware will be identified. Expectations for system safety, security, and reliability, availability, and maintainability (RAM) shall be defined for the proposed plan. System constraints shall be defined. Risks associated with implementation will also be captured and identified. Potential mitigations may be included. Training needs associated with the proposed changes will be identified.

Product Codes: 91896, 91892, 92518

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: Mid-America Regional Council (MARC)

State: Missouri

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Jim Hubbell 600 Broadway, Suite 200, Kansas City, Missouri, 64105

Fax: 816-421-7758

Email: jhubbell@marc.org

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