Forward Pinellas Seeking Competitive Proposals for Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program

June 12, 2020: On June 10, 2020, the Forward Pinellas Board approved the results of Procurement #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program and authorized the executive director to negotiate and execute an agreement beginning with the top ranked firm (Tindale Oliver), followed by the next ranking firm (GPI) if needed.

Forward Pinellas is requesting proposals from qualified firms to provide technical services to gather and analyze transportation data.

The entire procurement package, including a full scope of services, is available on the Forward Pinellas website. Any addenda or update will be posted online.

Memorandum, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted June 1, 2020)

Memorandum, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted May 20, 2020)

Memorandum, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted May 13, 2020)

Memorandum, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted April 30, 2020)

Addendum No. 2, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted April 10, 2020)

Addendum No. 1, #20-02 Forward Pinellas Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program (posted March 27, 2020)

Participation by Certified Disadvantaged Businesses (e.g. Disadvantaged Business Enterprise, Minority Business Enterprise, Small Business Enterprise) must be addressed. Certified Disadvantaged Businesses must include certification as specified in the procurement package.

All correspondence concerning this procurement must be submitted to:

Sarah Caper, AICP
310 Court Street
Clearwater, Florida 33756
scaper@forwardpinellas.org
727-464-5695

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2 Responses to “Forward Pinellas Seeking Competitive Proposals for Crash Data, Traffic Counts and Level of Service Database Program”

  1. Martha Cannon

    I received a very poor map, very small map, with CW 20-13 tagged on it. The tag looked very close to my property. This is not acceptable as a map because it is not detailed. I do wear glasses. What exactly are you going to do with my property. This is my homestead. I want a detailed answer in writing. I am elderly and disabled. Martha Diane Cannon

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    • Amy Elmore

      Hi Ms. Cannon,

      My name is Amy. I’m the Communications Manager for Forward Pinellas. Thank you for reaching out. Please let me research this and I will get back with you ASAP. Please feel free to Email me at aelmore@forwardpinellas.org.

      Sincerely,
      Amy

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