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Notice to Bidders - I-80 Central Avenue Operation Improvements Project
Date Posted: 06.01.2017 Proposal Due: 06.29.2017

The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (Authority) is soliciting proposals for qualified General Engineering Contractors for the construction on and adjacent to Central Avenue near the Interstate 80 (I-80) and I-580 Interchanges in Contra Costa County in the Cities of Richmond and El Cerrito.

General work description: install roadside signs and variable message signs, install and modify traffic signals, remove and replace pavement markings and striping, and electrical work under the Caltrans 2010 Standard Specifications and Standard Plans.

The Authority will receive sealed bids for the I-80 Central Avenue Operation Improvements Project, traffic operational improvement to the I-80/Central Avenue and I-580/Central Avenue interchange and the east to west portion of Central Avenue from immediately west of Pierce Street and San Luis Street to immediately west of Rydin Road in Contra Costa County in the City of Richmond.

Ivan Ramirez
RFP 17-2 for Strategic Communications and Marketing Services
Date Posted: 03.20.2017 Proposal Due: 04.14.2017

CCTA is searching for qualified firms to provide strategic communication and marketing services to build upon the communications activities and materials executed over the past few years to support CCTA’s communications goals of connecting the work our agency does to what is happening in people’s lives and aligns with established communication themes:

A Partnership with the Public focuses on the fact that Contra Costa County voters made the decision to invest in transportation infrastructure with the passage of Measure C in 1988 and Measure J in 2004 and informs them of the meaningful projects and programs that have resulted from this investment.

Efficiency and Accountability challenges the usual perception of public agencies as large, inefficient organizations by consistently shining a light on CCTA’s many accomplishments with its small staff.

Planning for Our Future is meant to highlight how CCTA’s work implementing quality of life improvements through transportation planning is helping residents’ vision become a reality.

This contract will run for the period of 24 months with an expected start date in May 2017, with an option to renew for an additional 12-month term, which may be exercised at CCTA’s discretion. CCTA prefers that the agency have experience in the public sector or transportation industries or other transferable experience.

The selected agency will revitalize and refresh CCTA’s communications and marketing assets including a redesign of the website; creative development of new materials, including videos; management of marketing or advertising campaigns; expanded communications support; assistance with media relations and events; and continued support and maintenance of the Authority’s web properties, online communications platform and social media channels. CCTA will retain ownership rights to all work products, including creative assets, developed as part of, or in conjunction with this contract. The selected agency will be required to provide all materials, including native files, monthly to CCTA.

Seven (7) hard copy proposals must be received at the office of the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) prior to Friday, April 14 at 5:00 pm via regular or expedited mail service.

Tarienne Grover
Ongoing Planning Related Consultant Services for the CMP & GMP
Date Posted: 12.20.2016 Proposal Due: 01.20.2017 The Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) has released Request for Proposal (RFP) 16-6 to interested Consultant firms/teams to provide ongoing planning-related consultant services for the Contra Costa Congestion Management and Growth Management Programs. The selected consultant will provide ongoing support for the Authority in developing and implementing plans and policies for carrying out the Growth and Congestion Management Programs.  Work will include preparation of the Countywide Transportation Plan, the Congestion Management Plan, related public outreach, work on corridor studies, analyzing traffic forecasts, and developing applicable policies.
Diane Bodon