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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000532365


Agency Bid No. Title: Not Stated

Received Date: 04/04/2016

Close Date: 04/07/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point: Stockton, California

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to:. Consultant staff will prepare grant applications for the ATP Cycle 3 federal grant. The anticipated projects to be submitted are as follows: 1. Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Improvements This project was submitted in cycle 2 but did not get selected. However, it received a score of 85 and the City is looking to improve the application and submit again in Cycle 3. The Cycle 2 project was essentially a sidewalk gap closure project, focused around schools. For Cycle 3, the City would like to add a protected pedestrian/cyclist crossing at the Bear Creek Bike Trail/Thornton Road intersection. Also, the City would like to look at other potential locations for safety crossing upgrades. The City may add matching funds for this application if scoring would be enhanced by doing so. See Attachment D for more information. 2. Miner Avenue Road-Diet/Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project The project was submitted in cycle 2 and got selected at the regional level (SJCOG) of the ATP grant. The City intends to submit an application to continue the planned improvements on Miner Avenue. The Consultant should look for ways to modify and improve the Cycle 2 application to make it more competitive on the Statewide level. The intended project limits at this time are from SutterStreet to Aurora Street. See Attachment E for more information to the Miner Avenue Cycle 2 application. 3. The City of Stocktons Safe Routes to School Active Transportation Program This non-infrastructure project will promote organized initiatives that encourage students in grades K-12 within the four school districts in the City of Stockton to walk, bicycle, or use other means of physical activity to get between home and school safely. The program is intended to help increase the number of children walking/biking/rolling safely between home and school by providing training to school district staff and other volunteers with the train the trainer approach. Funding will be requested for City staff administrative costs, Consultant costs to train school staff/volunteers, School District Staff training costs and associated materials & supplies for the first year during implementation. The program will include the following: Pedestrian and bicycle educational and encouragement activities. (ie. ped/bike workshops, assemblies & rodeos) Active involvement of students, family, teachers, and/or other volunteers Collaborative partnerships with school district staff and other school and community stakeholders Offer no-cost educational & encouragement activities that will develop a sustainable active transportation program beyond the grant period Build awareness, support, and effective implementation of the SRTS Active Transportation Program which will be measured by: oThe number of students who participate throughout the program year oThe number of school staff and volunteers assisting with active transportation program activities o The number of community partners who actively assist with program activities This project was funded previously through the Safe Routes to School Program. The City applied for a continuation of the program under Cycle 2, but it was not selected. The Consultant should look for ways to improve last years application to make it more conducive to funding in this cycle. The City plans to include matching funds for this project. 4.0 SCOPE OF WORK The Consultant shall perform the following professional services described in this section: 4.1 Background Research The consultant shall research and review the previous applications and project information provided. 4.2 Application and Estimate The application must satisfy all the conditions and requirements of the ATP Guidelines. The consultant shall prepare an ATP grant application with all the pertinent support documents for each of the projects specified in the Project Description. The consultantshall provide a draft application at the 65% and 95% phases to the City for review and comments. The City will perform and provide the traffic, cyclist, and pedestrian counts deemed necessary for the application. Collision history summary can also be made available. Consultant is required to coordinate and submit the request to the City as early as possible. Information on the ATP Cycle 3 Guidelines and ATP grant applications can be found at: 4.3 Coordination/Meetings At a minimum, the Consultant shall attend one coordination meeting with the City. Other meetings can be done via conference call as well. Scope should include all meetings deemed necessary to provide a complete application. 4.1 DeliverablesThe consultant should provide two hard copies and one electronic copy (in PDF) of a complete set of the application for each project.

Product Code: 91832

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: City of Stockton

State: California

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Johnny Chang 22 E. Weber Ave., Room 301, Stockton, California, 95202

Phone: 209-937-8111




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