|Request for Proposal||Solicitation|
|Commodity:||Professional Services, Consulting Services|
|Description:||David Crombie Park Improvements and The Esplanade and Mill Street Connection Cycle Track|
The Capital Projects Unit of Parks, Forestry and Recreation (PFR), on behalf of the Parks unit of PFR, and Transportation Services, Cycling and Pedestrian Projects Unit are jointly issuing this RFP for a multidisciplinary team that must be led by a registered landscape architect (as the prime consultant) to provide full professional services for the detailed design and construction administration to implement the David Crombie Park Revitalization Design master plan (phases 1 and 2 - Refer to Appendix 02 and 03), and to design and implement The Esplanade and Mill Street Connection, a cycle track on The Esplanade with area traffic changes (refer to www.toronto.ca/esplanademill), and to design and implement the integrated streetscape improvements in the public ROW identified in the park revitalization design.
Public Posting: http://discovery.ariba.com/rfx/13821548
|Issue date:||September 30, 2022||Closing date:||October 25, 2022|
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Suppliers are required to attend a mandatory meeting to familiarize themselves with the required Deliverables. The mandatory meeting will take place at 11am local time on October 11th, 2022 at 11 a.m. Toronto time at David Crombie Park, at south east corner of Lower Jarvis and Esplanade, Toronto. Refer to Map. Meetings will not be available at any other times.
Wow! It would be cool to compare before and after pictures.
It’s unfortunate we don’t have trees right next to the roadway (would be welcome in the summer heat) but I understand why that’s not possible.
Would be nice to make that strip of grass into a bioswale.
In parts of Europe, each following tram ADDS to the fine, based on the the number of passengers that each tram could carry. So if each blocked streetcar carries 70 passengers, the fine is multiplied accordingly.Not construction related; but operation/enforcement of bike lanes related..........
I really like Erin.
Wow - now that is a ‘war’ on cars, and I applaud it. It’s high time that the pendulum swung further towards transit ( and cycling, walking etc) And unfortunately there are far too many car users who will flout any rule at a moments notice in favour of their own convenience.In parts of Europe, each following tram ADDS to the fine, based on the the number of passengers that each tram could carry. So if each blocked streetcar carries 70 passengers, the fine is multiplied accordingly.