RFP Safe Routes to School Plan

The following announcement is posted as a free service of The Western Planner, a journal for planners in the West. Please contact the agency listed below for further information. Thank you, Debbie Ehlers, Editor of The Western Planner.

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Request for Proposal
Laramie County School District #1
Safe Routes to School Plan

   The Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and City of Cheyenne Parks and Recreation Department hereby request professional services for two community plans.

    The principle deliverable for this project will be one document composed of two stand-alone plans for the Cheyenne, Wyoming urbanized area: a Safe Routes to School Plan for the Elementary and Jr. Highs schools, and a Pedestrian Plan for the same area.

    The SRTS plan should include a public input process, and overview of school data, identification of transportation barriers, proposed solutions, mapping, and an action plan.  

        The Pedestrian Plan should include study area maps, pedestrian facilities inventory, best practices, Level of Service matrix, public involvement report, and list high priority projects.

  To view full RFP http://www.cheyennecity.org/mporfp or http://www.plancheyenne.org/

  Qualified firms are invited to submit ten (10) copies of a proposal, summary of qualifications, and an indication of interest in the project to:

Nancy Olson or Jeff Wiggins
Cheyenne MPO and City of Cheyenne Parks & Recreation
2101 O’Neil Avenue
Room 205 or 309
Cheyenne, WY 82001

 For further information or questions, contact Nancy Olson, Transportation Planner at 307-638-XXXX or Jeff Wiggins, Greenway Coordinator, at 307-638- XXXX. They can be contacted in writing at 2101 O’Neil Avenue, Room 205 or 309 Cheyenne WY, 82001.

 

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I am not affiliated with Cheyenne or Laramie County, Wyoming.  I am a subscriber to The Western Planner and interested in the national Safe Routes to School program encouraging infrastructure so more kids can walk and/or bike to school.  Saw this on the WP email list and reposted (took out email/phone #s, you can look them up if you’re interested).

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