L.A. River Bridge Project
About the Project
The proposed L.A. River Bridge Project is a 0.13-mile bicycle and pedestrian facility that will add a connection between the City of Burbank and the City of Los Angeles over the Los Angeles River. The Project will include approximately 340 feet of Class III bike lanes on a portion of Bob Hope Drive, a new bridge structure spanning the Los Angeles River, and a short Class I bike path connecting the bridge to Forest Lawn Drive. The facility will improve the connectivity between each city’s bicycle network and provide a direct connection between Burbank and the planned future extension of the Los Angeles River Bikeway.
Current Project Status
The City of Burbank is currently soliciting a Request for Proposals (RFP) to conduct/prepare Project Approval & Environmental Documentation (PA&ED); coordinate public outreach process (optional service); and prepare Plans, Specifications and Engineer’s Estimates (PS&E); coordinate with regulatory agencies; coordinate with City staff in the preparation of the PA&ED and PS&E package; provide bid support services; and provide Construction Administration (CA) services for the Los Angeles River Bridge Project (Project). The result of the PS&E submittal shall result in the City receiving E-76 approval from the State of California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for right-of-way acquisition and construction and construction permits from the appropriate agencies for construction of the Project.
Any questions related to this RFP should be directed to the Project Manager no later than 5:00 PM on Monday, February 13, 2017. All questions should be submitted to: Ross Young
Proposals are due no later than 5:00 PM on Monday, February 27, 2017.
A link to the Request for Proposals for consultant services can be found here.