Maricopa County DOT (MCDOT) is seeking information from industry, academia, and other government transportation agencies about successful practices, methods, and strategies that have been used to proactively test, verify and validate new and emerging technologies within an environment of legacy equipment. MCDOT is also seeking information about processes and testing methodologies to evaluate existing equipment and operations strategies, and proactively monitor the performance of data exchanges.
Vendor Bids must be submitted through BidSync only. Vendors must view or download all attached forms prior to submitting bids.
MOUNTAIN STANDARD TIME
Times listed for pre-bid meetings, Q and A, and Bid Close are in Mountain Standard Time.
EVALUATION AND AWARD
Award is made at the sole discretion of the solicitation issuing Department. Maricopa County reserves the right to award in full or in part to a single vendor or multiple vendors.
All questions must be submitted through BidSync ONLY by the date and time listed in the bid.
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Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) has an exciting opportunity for the position of Transportation Engineering Specialist (Job ID: 47228). The Transportation Engineering Specialist collects and evaluates traffic flow and operations field data. Reviews permit applications, temporary traffic control plans and to reviews other sign and markings and responds to general public comment/questions.
Location: 6989 E. 2ND St, Prescott Valley AZ 86314 or 1109 Commerce Drive, Prescott AZ
Salary: $53,680.00-63,688.00 yearly
Applications accepted until: 06/13/2019
For more information please contact Stephen Rice 602-712-7279 or email@example.com
To apply please visit azstatejobs.gov
Maricopa County Department of Transportation has an exciting employment opportunity for the position of Arterial Mobility Analyst. The Arterial Mobility Analyst promotes arterial mobility through the use of advanced traffic management systems, traffic incident management (TIM) processes and traveler information sharing.
The Maricopa Association of Governments (MAG) is seeking a Statement of Qualifications (SOQ) from qualified consultants capable of providing professional services for the FY 2020-2021 Emerging Technologies Field Pilots to form an On-Call list of consultants to provide services to MAG.
MAG is a Council of Governments and Metropolitan Planning Organization that serves as the regional agency for the metropolitan Phoenix area, with a population of more than 4.5 million and growing. In an era of rapidly evolving mobility technologies, the MAG region leads the nation in the real-world testing and deployment of emerging technologies, such as autonomous vehicles. To support the development of the regional transportation plan and provide information for future infrastructure investments in the region, MAG is seeking SOQs from qualified vendors and consultants to deploy pilot tests of innovative smart region technologies.
Detailed SOQ requirements may be obtained by contacting the MAG Office at the address indicated below or may be downloaded from www.azmag.gov, then “RFPs and RFQs.” For further information, please submit questions in writing by email to Shuyao Hong no later than ten (10) working days prior to the closing date of July 9, 2019. Responses to questions will be posted on MAG’s website at www.azmag.gov under “RFPs and RFQs” no later than six (6) working days prior to the closing date of July 9, 2019.
SOQs will be accepted until 2 p.m. MST (Mountain Standard Time) on July 9, 2019, at MAG, 302 North First Avenue, Suite 200, Phoenix, AZ 85003.
Last Saturday, May 11, ITS Arizona was back at it again cleaning the Tempe Canal Path! Thank you to Mike Washkowiak and Randy Dittberner for joining us. We collected over 5 full bags of trash in our continued effort to keep the path looking great! Stay connected with us for more information on our next Adopt-a-Path event, which will be held in September 2019.