Government Contract | Colorado
North Metropolitan Industrial Area Date Connectivity Study

Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000569094

Bid Title: North Metropolitan Industrial Area Date Connectivity Study

Agency Bid No. Title: CMO-16-01

Received Date: 05/12/2016

Close Date: 05/31/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 05/09/2016 03:00 PM, Questions Due By 05/16/2016 04:00 PM


Specifications include, but are not limited to:The initial study area (Attachment A) is bounded by I-25 to Quebec, and then south-to-northfrom Martin Luther King Boulevard (MLK)/32nd Avenue to I-270/U.S. 85 & 60th to S.H. 2.Because federal funding may be sought for project-identified improvements, the study shouldprovide information and analysis to support future compliance with the National EnvironmentalPolicy Act.Given the lack of connectivity in the study area and the need to improve the local transportationnetwork, the City, Adams County, and Denver are jointly seeking a creative, multi-disciplinaryteam to assess the transportation system in the North Metro Industrial Area and provide preferredalternatives for future connectivity projects, as well as costing and phasing plans forimplementation.To plan for a future multimodal transportation network, the Project will combine technicalmodeling and analysis with a more comprehensive look at overall land use, travel patterns andmultimodal connectivity needs for a relatively large area with many barriers interstate, statehighways, the South Platte River and other waterways, and numerous rail lines.The consultant will identify critical travel sheds and roadway typologies in the North MetroIndustrial Area, taking a broad look at the collection of streets, highways, and mobility routesthat feed into the larger, connected transportation system. Travel shed boundaries will be basedon areas that share similar characteristics, commercial vehicle movements and similar travelneeds, including trips that originate and end in the same location. Geographic or natural featuresthat create barriers to travel movement will be identified and new connections will be proposed.Existing and future person trips for all modes of travel in a travel shed will be studied ratherthan just vehicular demand. The use of travel sheds and person-trip concepts allows for a broadercommunity analysis, with emphasis on assessing the effectiveness of all of the existing anddesired multimodal network components in the context of the existing and proposed land uses,including the layout of streets and highways, grade separations (bridges and underpasses), truckroutes, transit routes, bike routes and trails, and pedestrian facilities.Initial connections for assessment and analysis include, but are not limited to, the following: Brighton Boulevard (S.H. 265) from I-70 to Colorado Blvd (S.H. 2) 58th Avenue to 56th Avenue connection from the South Platte River/Brighton Boulevardto Quebec 56th Avenue from Brighton Boulevard to Eudora Street Washington Street from S.H. 224 to I-70 York Street from Brighton Blvd to I-270 Holly Street extension north from I-70 to 52nd Avenue Ivy and/or Monaco bridge over I-70

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Product Codes: 92518, 92505

Agency Information

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Issuing Agency: City of Commerce City/IPT

State: Colorado

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: 7887 E. 60th Avenue, Commerce City, Colorado, 80022



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