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The information listed on this page is a preview of  Metro's planned solicitations for the next twelve months.  The information is subject to change at any time without notice. Please call 213.922.1037 or email Vendor Relations if you need assistance.

 

 
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06/2018Rosecran Marquardt Grade Separation CMSSTBD
3 Million-25 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management8/5/2016
06/2018SR-91 at Central Avenue to Acadia Court ImprovementsTBD
3 Million-25 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management4/27/2018
06/2018On-Call Corp. Safety Support Service 541330
<100KRFPProfessional ServicesEnterprise Risk & Safety Management6/4/2018
06/20182019 Bus Roadeo - Location Rental711212
<100KRFPOtherTransit Operations6/1/2018
06/2018Link Union Station Design Support ServicesTBD
25 Million-100 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management3/3/2016
07/201896th Street Station ContractTBD
100 Million-500 MillionIFBDesign & ConstructionProgram Management3/9/2016
07/2018Long Range Transportation Plan Policy Support541990
100K-500KRFPProfessional ServicesCountywide Planning & Development5/30/2018
07/2018ADA Tactile Guidance Pathway Systems for Foothill 2A & Expo 2 stations238990
500K-3 MillionIFBConstructionProgram Management5/23/2018
08/2018Parking Management Program Services812930
3 Million-25 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesCountywide Planning & Development5/1/2018
08/2018Little Tokyo/Arts District Station Joint Development Site0
<100KRFQ/RFPProfessional ServicesCountywide Planning & Development9/5/2017
09/2018Division 21 ImprovementsTBD
500K-3 MillionIFBConstructionProgram Management4/27/2018
09/2018SR-91 WB Auxilary Lane (Alondra to Shoemaker)TBD
3 Million-25 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management4/27/2018
09/2018Supplemental Engineering ServicesTBD
3 Million-25 MillionRFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management3/22/2018
10/2018Construction Management Support Services for Highways Sound Wall project packages 7, 10 & 10ATBD
3 Million-25 MillionRFP-BenchProfessional ServicesProgram Management4/17/2018
10/2018MBL Firestone Station Corrosion RepairsTBD
100K-500KIFBConstructionProgram Management4/27/2018
11/2018LINK US Advance Utility WorkTBD
25 Million-100 MillionRFPConstructionProgram Management3/4/2016
12/2018Link US Construction Management Support ServicesTBD
25 Million-100 MillionRFQ/RFPProfessional ServicesProgram Management3/4/2016
03/2019Construction of Sound Wall packages 7, 10 & 10ATBD
25 Million-100 MillionIFBConstructionProgram Management4/17/2018
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PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING POLICIES:

Lobbyist: Vendors may not engage project managers in any discussion regarding the subject procurement unless the vendor is a registered lobbyist. Further information concerning what constitutes lobbying, who is considered a lobbyist, how and when to register, and what constitutes permissible lobbying can be found by visiting the following link: http://lrs.metro.net/helpfiles/lobbyistmanual.pdf.

Blackout Periods: Vendors may not contact the project managers during the “blackout period.” The communication blackout period shall commence when (1) the procurements solicitation documentation is issued and shall continue until staff makes public the recommendation for award; and (2) when a protest on the recommendation or procurement is filed with Metro and continue until the notice of determination is issued by Metro. During the blackout period, all inquiries related to the solicitation must be directed to the CA/Buyer. Contacting the project managers during the blackout period may lead to the vendor’s debarment. More information regarding blackout periods can be found by visiting the following link: http://intranet1.metro.net/ethics/images/codes_ethics_board_2014-07.pdf.

Organizational Conflicts of Interest: In order to avoid an organizational conflict of interest, a vendor may not participate in competition for a Metro procurement if that vendor developed or assisted in developing any part of a specification, requirement, statement of work, invitation for bid and/or request for proposal on that same procurement. More information concerning organizational conflicts of interest can be found by visiting the following link: http://intranet1.metro.net/ethics/images/codes_ethics_contractors_2014-07.pdf

This information is provided as a service to those who want access to Metro through this site. The information contained in this system is subject to change at any time. Please call 213.922.1037 or email Vendor Relations if you need assistance.