Notice for Request for Proposals

The Skagit Council of Governments (SCOG) announces a request for proposals (RFP) for professional services relating to preparation of a corridor study for the Cook Road Corridor in Skagit County. The scope of services includes four tasks: (1) assisting SCOG with housing coordination among many stakeholders with varied interests and roles; (2) conducting a baseline assessment of traffic conditions in the study area which includes an at-grade railroad crossing; (3) conducting an analysis of potential alternatives that best address the transportation issues in the corridor; and (4) developing implementation strategies for the preferred alternative, including the identification of potential funding sources. The complete scope of services is included within the RFP.

For more information, please contact Gabe Philips at (360) 416-6678 or email. Proposals must be submitted to SCOG no later than 5:00 p.m. on August 18, 2016. Late proposals will not be considered.

Minority- and women-owned firms are encouraged to submit proposals. SCOG is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer. This project will be paid for with funds provided by the Federal Highway Administration.

Request for Proposals

Interpretation of Solicitation

Posted in TPB

August 2016 Regional Transportation Improvement Program Amendment

SCOG has received a request to amend the 2016-2021 Regional Transportation Improvement Program. The public is encouraged to review the proposed amendment and submit any written comments to Gabe Philips by noon on Tuesday August 9, 2016. Written comments will be included in the information packet distributed to Transportation Policy Board members prior to their August 17, 2016 meeting. The public will also have the opportunity to comment at the Transportation Policy Board meeting, but written comments are preferred.

This public notice of public involvement activities and time established for public review and comments on the TIP development process will satisfy the Federal Transit Administration’s Program of Projects requirements.