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Caltrans and Metro Issue Request for Qualifications for the Accelerated Regional Transportation Improvements Project
The California Department of Transportation (“Caltrans”), in cooperation with the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (“Metro”), issued on May 31, 2013 a Request for Qualifications (“RFQ”) for teams interested in submitting Statement of Qualifications (“SOQs”) to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Accelerated Regional Transportation Improvements Project (the "ARTI" Project) through a public-private partnership (“P3”) agreement with Caltrans.
The ARTI Project consists of six elements, all of which are located in Los Angeles County, including: the development of one high-occupancy toll (“HOT”) lane in each direction along Interstate 5 (“I-5”) North from SR 14 freeway to Parker Road; the design, construction, rehabilitation and maintenance of the pavement of all lanes on the SR 14 to Parker Road segment of I-5 North; the reconstruction of the existing SR 71 from Mission Boulevard in to Interstate 10 (“I-10”) to provide four general purpose lanes and one high-occupancy vehicle (“HOV”) lane in each direction, one interchange, two grade separated rail crossings, and three arterial undercrossings; the reconstruction of the existing SR 71 from SR 60 to Rio Rancho Road to provide three general purpose lanes and one HOV lane in each direction, one interchange, one arterial undercrossing, frontage roads, and one pedestrian overcrossing; the design and construction of approximately 16,300 linear feet of soundwalls at various locations along Interstate 210 (“I-210”) freeway; and the design and construction of approximately 28,500 linear feet of soundwalls along SR 170 and Interstate 405 ("I-405") freeways.
The RFQ and related Project documents are available from Metro’s procurement website.
Tristan Robinson co-authored this entry.