RFP

City of Northglenn Bicycle & Pedestrain Master Plan

Short Category Description

The City of Northglenn is requesting proposals from qualified consultants for a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. This will include technical assistance with gathering data, organizing citizen input, identifying priorities, and drafting recommendations for improvements citywide.

Company / Agency

City of Northglenn
Northglenn,

Contact person

Becky Smith

Project Document URL

Proposal Deadline

Friday, February 3, 2017 - 10:00am

Description

The City of Northglenn is requesting proposals from qualified consultants for a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. This will include technical assistance with gathering data, organizing citizen input, identifying priorities, and drafting recommendations for improvements citywide. This master plan is intended to be a guiding vision/policy document as well as a phasing/programmatic implementation plan. The Goals for this project are: Connect residential areas to local and regional public amenities and resources – parks, and civic uses. Create bike/ped friendly connectivity between residential and commercial areas; Maximize utilization of existing trails systems with underutilized roadway network; Identify Complete Streets and Safe Routes to Schools opportunities; Improve accessibility for low-income and people with disabilities; Create a wayfinding signage program The Objectives for this project are: Conduct a comprehensive inventory and map of the City’s existing street networks to determine where bicycle and pedestrian facilities would be appropriate within that network; Engage stakeholders and community members to experience existing bicycle and pedestrian conditions, share their perspectives, and identify potential solutions; Evaluate how well the City is currently serving bicyclist and pedestrian needs; Develop an Implementation Program; Develop a criteria ranking system for project prioritization; Planning and Development and Public Works Staff will work with the Consultant to identify five (5) top priority corridors.; The Consultant will develop preliminary streetscape design for the prioritized corridors and include concept level cost analysis so that it can be programmed into future Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) programming, Identify funding resources – state, federal and non-profit grant and assistance programs; Develop a 10 year CIP Implementation Program; Develop a corresponding public information, education and outreach campaign for the CIP Programing

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