Triennial Performance Audit RFP

PCTPA is soliciting proposals to conduct performance audits of PCTPA and four transit operators under PCTPA’s planning jurisdiction for fiscal years 2018/19 through 2020/21. The performance audits must be completed during fiscal year 2021/22 and in compliance with relevant sections of the Transportation Development Act (TDA) as amended. The consultant budget for all performance audits is not Read More…

Right-of-Way Acquisition Services for the Highway 49 Sidewalk Gap Closure Project

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) is seeking proposals from qualified consultant(s) to prove Right-of-Way Acquisition Services for the Highway 49 Sidewalk Gap Closure Project. Prospective consultants should email a PDF version of the proposal to: Aaron Hoyt, Senior Plannerahoyt@pctpa.net RFP Deadline: 4:00 PM on Monday, February 8, 2021 The RFP deadline is firm. Late Read More…

Riego Road/Baseline Road PSR

As a partnership between four agencies, PCTPA, along with Placer County, Sutter County, and the City of Roseville propose to widen existing Riego Road/Baseline Road from State Route 99/70 to Foothills Boulevard to accommodate existing and anticipated traffic growth in this 12-mile transportation corridor. An estimated 20,000 vehicles per day currently travel on the road, Read More…

Traffic Modeling Services: SPRTA Model and Fee Program Update

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) is seeking proposals from qualified consultant(s) to update the South Placer Regional Transportation Authority’s (SPRTA) Regional Transportation and Air Quality Mitigation Fee program. Prospective consultants should email a PDF version of the proposal to : Aaron Hoyt, Senior Plannerahoyt@pctpa.net RFP Deadline: 4:00 PM on Friday, August 7th, 2020 The Read More…

Mike’s Message: Spring 2020 Update

Welcome to the spring edition of the Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA)newsletter. During these unprecedented times, we appreciate the opportunity to keep you informed about local transportation topics within our community. That being said, this certainly has been an unusual Spring! I’d like to start by saying how much my team and I appreciate Read More…