August 30, 2022
Request for Proposals (RFP):
Fairfield Avenue (Route 130) / Brewster Street Transportation Safety Corridor Study
On behalf of the City of Bridgeport, the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG) is seeking the services of a professional engineering firm(s) to identify feasible improvements to Fairfield Avenue (Route 130) in the Black Rock Neighborhood that will increase safety for all modes, reduce traffic congestion, and accommodate bicyclists, pedestrians, and other transit users throughout the corridor. The Fairfield Avenue/ Brewster Street study area begins at the intersection of Fairfield Avenue and Railroad Avenue, and it extends along Fairfield Avenue to the Ash Creek Bridge in Fairfield, terminating at the Bridgeport/Fairfield city line (refer to schedule A for location details and map). The Fairfield Avenue Transportation Safety Corridor Study will provide the City of Bridgeport, the Connecticut Metropolitan Council of Governments (MetroCOG), and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) with a comprehensive planning document to guide future development, identify needed roadway and intersection improvements, address capacity and solves traffic safety issues along the corridor.
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