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File #: 66737    Version: 1 Name: Amendment to increase the funding of a competitively selected service contract with Toole Design Group for services and consulting related to Complete Streets implementation
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/29/2021 In control: Transportation Department
On agenda: 10/5/2021 Final action: 10/5/2021
Enactment date: 10/12/2021 Enactment #: RES-21-00688
Title: A Resolution authorizing the Finance Director or their designee to execute an amendment to increase the funding of a competitively selected service contract with Toole Design Group for services and consulting related to Complete Streets implementation.
Sponsors: Keith Furman, Barbara Harrington-McKinney, Grant Foster, Yannette Figueroa Cole
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution allows an amendment to a contract for Complete Streets implementation that will increase the contract amount and extend the term. The original contract with the vendor included services not to exceed $160,000 with a contract through April 15, 2022. The amendment to the contract will add additional services not to exceed $152,960 and increase the term through August 31, 2022.

Transportation's 2021 Adopted Capital budget includes $140,000 for Complete Streets. The remaining $12,960 for the increased contract amount will come from the Vision Zero budget to be used for engagement activities that will be used to inform the Vision Zero Action Plan through a joint engagement process called Let’s Talk Streets.
Title
A Resolution authorizing the Finance Director or their designee to execute an amendment to increase the funding of a competitively selected service contract with Toole Design Group for services and consulting related to Complete Streets implementation.
Body
WHEREAS, the City Transportation Department requires consulting services in order to develop a decision process and tools to help consistently achieve community goals and streamline the decision-making process around how to allocate the public right of way and meet the City’s sustainability and multi-modal transportation goals; and”
WHEREAS, an interagency evaluation panel together with the Purchasing Division through a competitive process solicited proposals for RFP #8944-0-2020-BG for Complete Streets Implementation services, and the City received four (4) bid proposals from consultant teams located throughout the country; and
WHEREAS, the evaluation panel reviewed and thoroughly evaluated the proposals - utilizing criteria such as the firm's qualifications, relevant experience and references; the strength of the project staff team; the proposal’s technical approach and work plan; the proposal’s commitment to Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) firm participa...

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