Request For Proposals and Bids
Thank you for your interest in doing business with the Yolo County Transportation District. Please see below for a listing of current Requests for Proposals and Bids.
Issue Date: 8/5/2022
Deadline for Questions: 8/24/2022
Submittals Due Date: 9/2/2022
Presentation/Interviews (if needed): TBD
The Yolo County Transportation District (hereinafter “YCTD”) is seeking Submittals from responsible firms for YCTD RFQ #22-11, Peer Review of Interstate 80/U.S. Highway 50 Managed Lanes Traffic and Review Report and Professional Technical Advisory Services for Yolo 80 Managed Lanes Project.
The purpose of this project is to provide independent analyses of Caltrans-generated reports and studies related to the project to ensure that YCTD, as the INFRA grant recipient and Yolo County Congestion Management Authority, makes well-informed decisions regarding the project. YCTD seeks outside expertise to augment internal staff capabilities in this area. Initially, the focus will be a November 2021 Traffic and Revenue Report that was prepared for Caltrans. Additional studies and reports are anticipated for which technical expertise will be needed.
80 Managed Lanes RFQ
Issue Date: June 23, 2022
Pre-Qualifications Conference: July 7, 2022 – RSVP to email@example.com for Zoom link.
Deadline for Questions: July 7, 2022
Submittals Due Date: July 19, 2022
Presentation/Interviews: August 3, 2022
The Yolo County Transportation District invites consultant teams to submit qualifications in response to
the Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) for, public outreach, long-range transportation planning, and
construction engineering and other consulting services as necessary to conduct the Yolo Active
Transportation Corridors Plan “YATC”. YATC will develop an active transportation plan for a network of
multiuse trails that will help to address barriers to mobility for low-income and minority residents of
Yolo County, California (population 220,500). This planning project will build upon YCTD’s recent efforts
to explore how public interest design of transportation services can be used to address the needs of the
region’s most isolated and disadvantaged areas, where the impacts of systemic racism, institutional
disadvantages of rurality and disproportionately high environmental burdens generate disparities in
- RFQ – Yolo Active Transportation Corridors (YATC)
- Attachment A – Caltrans Exhibit 10-I DBE Goals
- Attachment B – Caltrans Exhibit 10-R IV-XIX
- Attachment C1 – YCTD RAISE Project Narrative
- Attachment C2 – YCTD RAISE Project Maps
- Addendum #1 (6/28/2022)
- Addendum #2 (6/29/2022)
- Addendum #3 (7/7/2022)
- Addendum #4 (7/7/2022)
Issue Date: February 15, 2022
Pre-Proposal Conference: February 24, 2022 @ 10:00 AM, PT (Zoom)
Deadline for Questions: March 22, 2022
Proposal Due Date: April 18, 2022 @ 4:00 PM, Pacific Time
YCTD currently operates microtransit service in two rural communities, Knights Landing and Winters/El Rio Villa. In 2022, YCTD is planning to expand its microtransit offerings to the City of Woodland, a city with a population of approximately 60,000 and a size of approximately 15 square miles. While there are not plans for YCTD to operate microtransit in any additional service areas or microtransit zones at this time, YCTD is seeking proposals that are scalable if YCTD decides to further expand into additional service areas within the contract period.