RFP-Systematic Safety Analysis Report Program


Bidding Closed

Bid Date10/6/17 5:00 pm

Company & Contacts

Stanislaus County Public Works

Denae Davis   209-525-4130

Stanislaus County Department of Public Works is requesting proposals for the following project:

Systemic Safety Analysis Report Program (SSARP)

The purpose of the Systemic Safety Analysis Report Program (SSARP) program is to identify safety issues on public highways in unincorporated Stanislaus County. The approach taken by Stanislaus County is to collect roadway data and use the HSM’s Predictive Method to identify high risk areas based on the model’s predicted collisions vs. actual collisions, and then correlate roadway attributes/geometry to safety performance. The data will be used to identify common features that 1) Effectively reduce collisions below the predicted collision rate, and 2) Identify similar features
and countermeasures for features to reduce high rate locations.

A software tool will be developed to implement this dynamic program to various data sets, including: existing, newly collected as part of this project, and future data, which will keep the program up-to-date. Safety project prioritization is intended to be a fluid prioritization plan.

The Consultant will be responsible for collecting data, developing routines to calculate performance, correlate performance with data attributes, and provide the County with various safety reports, including project prioritization and implementation strategies.

This request for proposal is for a project-specific contract between the County and Consultant for the performance of services and a defined scope of work related to this project. The scope of services will consist of roadway attribute data collection, software development and roadway system analysis for the SSARP.

If you wish to be considered for the Systemic Safety Analysis Program Report, submit three (3) hard copies, and one (1) electronic copy of your proposal by 5:00 P.M., on October 6, 2017 to:

ATTN: Andrew Malizia, PE
Stanislaus County Public Works
1716 Morgan Road
Modesto, CA 95358

The electronic copy of your proposal (not including contents inside sealed Fee Schedule envelope) should be provided in PDF format on a CD/DVD or a USB flash drive.