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Information from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation - Transportation Engineering and Programming Study

To satisfy the requirements of Wisconsin Act 59, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) seeks to hire an independent engineer firm to deliver a transportation engineering and programming study by January 1, 2019. The solicitation for this study has been posted on WisDOT’s Doing Business webpage http://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/eng-consultants/solicitations/default.aspx The overall effort will be under the direction of WisDOT’s Inspector General. The anticipated budget for this effort is approximately $330,000, including the 9.0% fixed fee.

Section 9145 defines the three emphasis areas for the study as follows: (a)  Reviews the standards of all other states related to transportation engineering and highway construction and recommends any best practices; (b)  Analyzes the process the department of transportation uses for determining project priority and assesses whether the process uses reasonable financing and completion time assumptions; and (c)  Evaluates the allocation of funds to the state highway rehabilitation, major highway development, and southeast Wisconsin freeway megaprojects programs. The study will result in specific recommendations, including reforms, efficiencies, and best practices to improve the delivery of Wisconsin Department of Transportation engineering and programming activities. It is anticipated that the study deliverables will be submitted in sections, with the comprehensive review draft due by October 29, 2018.

Only those consultants/entities that have not previously conducted business with the State of Wisconsin will be eligible for this project. This restriction applies to all firms (prime and subconsultant) and includes predecessor companies. WisDOT retains the final decision regarding the eligibility of a given entity. From the responses, the top three teams will be interviewed on Friday, April 13 in Madison, WI.

For more information, please contact Brian Roper, Statewide Consultant Services and Project Management Section Chief, Wisconsin Department of Transportation, 608.345.1498.

Posted 3/15/18


FY2018 and 2019 Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) Funding Now Available

Application period 07/14/2017 through 9/14/2017

The Missouri Department of Transportation is seeking projects that could be funded with Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) funds.

The Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) allows local public agencies (LPA) to receive engineering assistance for studying traffic engineering problems. LPAs facing a traffic safety or operational problem can utilize the LPA On-Call Consultant List to perform a traffic study.

Typical traffic engineering related projects include:  corridor safety and/or operational analysis, intersection(s) safety and/or operational analysis, speed limit review, sign inventory, pedestrian/bike route analysis, parking issues, and other traffic studies, etc. During this program call, MoDOT is opening applications for ADA Transition Plans for TEAP funding.  The ADA Transition planning work may utilize Trails & Sidewalk or TEAP consultants from the MoDOT LPA consultant on-call list.

Local public agencies are reimbursed for eligible project costs at a rate of 80 percent with the local agency providing a 20-percent match.  Funds administered by MoDOT will provide 80 percent of the TEAP project costs, up to $8,000 per project. If the total cost is greater than $10,000, the local agency can pay more than 20 percent to complete the TEAP project, if desired.

This year MoDOT is awarding two years’ worth of funding with projects to receive funding in the year funds are available. Eligible projects must be able to be completed by spring of 2018 or spring of 2019.

Applications are due September 14, 2017 to the district LPA staff, with selected projects to be announced in November 2017.

FY18 TEAP Schedule

For more information and applications, visit TEAP

For details on how to apply and the application process, please contact your local MoDOT LPA person: http://www.modot.org/business/manuals/LPAContacts.htm

Posted 7/14/17



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