Prepare and Develop Local Roadway Safety Plan
County of Ventura Transportation Department
Advertised on 2/21/2020
Ventura County Public Works Agency (VCPWA) is seeking Statement of Qualifications from qualified, professional, engineering teams to provide Engineering Services related to the development and preparation the Ventura County’s Local Roadway Safety Plan.
Copies of the Request for Qualifications (RFQ) can be obtained by contacting the County of Ventura – Transportation Department at Norman.Baculinao@ventura.org or visiting the Hall of Administration Building, 3rd Floor, 800 S. Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA.
The RFQ includes a description of the services to be provided by respondents; the minimum content of the responses; and the factors to be used to evaluate the responses. The county reserves the right to change the solicitation schedule or issue amendments to the solicitation at any time. The County reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to waive immaterial irregularities contained in the solicitation. The County Reserves the right to refrain from contracting with any respondent.
All responses to the RFQ must be submitted by March 23rd, 2020, by 2:00 P.M.
For more information, please contact Norman Baculinao at Norman.Baculinao@ventura.org or visit at County of Ventura, Hall of Administration Building, 3rd Floor, Public Works Agency – Transportation Department, 800 S. Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA.
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS POSTED 3/6/2020
Question 1: Typically, for cities, we include all non-freeway roadways in the analysis, but for counties, we often exclude the Caltrans roadways because they carry so much of the traffic, and it’s harder to get attention on the county owned roadways. What is the County’s preference?
Answer: Please include all “non-freeway” state highways in the development of Ventura County’s LRSP. However, to avoid overemphasizing high crash state highway locations, please consider a “peer-based” screening of high crash locations such that high crash records at state highway locations are compared and ranked against similar state highway locations.
Similarly, such peer-based screening of high crash frequency may be also applied to unincorporated County roadways.
Question 2: The background section of the LRSP referenced a document that was supposed to be made available to all prospective consultants. But the report is not included as attachment in the RFQ. How can I get a copy of that report?
Answer: The reference document called “Ventura County Complete Streets Safety Assessment” (Ventura County CSSA) is available to all prospective consultants upon request. Please email your request to receive a copy of this report to: email@example.com
Question 3: Are the consultants who prepared the Ventura County CSSA precluded from submitting SOQ for this project, either as a prime or sub-consultant?
Answer: There is no precluded consultants including the authors of Ventura County CSSA report.