RFQ – Two (2) Corridor Studies:

The Southeastern Connecticut Council of Governments is seeking to engage transportation firms to conduct two separate corridor studies. Firms may express interest in one or both studies; if a firm expresses interest in both studies, the firm will interview separately for each study.

Submission instructions and additional details are contained in the combined RFQ below. Submissions are due by 4:00 p.m. (EST) on Monday, November 19, 2021.

Combined Request for Qualifications (10/27/21)

Attachment A: Consultant Scope of Services (posted 11/1/2021)

State Route 32, New London Corridor Study (Project #094-0262)

State Route 32 in the City of New London, between Williams Street, New London and Benham Avenue, Waterford. The one-mile corridor including Connecticut College and the United States Coast Guard Academy (USCGA) is referred to as “College Hill District”. The study will analyze multimodal transportation accommodation and evaluate the impacts that new development and population increase will have on the existing transportation systems.

State Route 161, East Lyme Corridor Study (Project #044-0159)

State Route 161 in the Town of East Lyme, beginning at the driveway to East Lyme High School and ending the Route 161/Route 156 intersection. This study intends to examine the multimodal functionality of the road by analyzing corridor access and provide recommendations for corridor improvements. The study will address congestion, vehicular crashes, and improved bicycle and pedestrian access and comfort.