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Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission

1523 Pacific Ave, Santa Cruz, CA 95060
(831) 460-3209

The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) is committed to  delivering a full range of safe, convenient, reliable, and efficient transportation choices for the community. With a focus on long-term sustainability, the RTC provides transportation services, planning, and funding for all travel modes. With the passage of Measure D, a sales tax measure, the RTC will now be delivering infrastructure projects as well. We will continue working with the community to maintain the existing transportation network as well as prepare for the transportation needs of the next generation.

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Upcoming Solicitations

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RFB2155
Manresa Site Rehabilitation and Preservation (RFB2155) The Santa Cruz County Regional Transportation Commission (RTC) is looking for contractors to perform rehabilitation and preservation work along the Santa Cruz Branch Rail Line (Branch Line). The 32 miles of the Branch Line extend from Pajaro to Davenport, California. The RTC is looking to establish a multi-task contract for work in the Manresa area (MP 8.84). Work includes clearing and grubbing; locating, clearing, and rehabilitating culverts; reestablishing line and grade of existing drainage ditch inland of the tracks; and installing temporary protective measures at two sites within the project vicinity. A more detailed description of the tasks will be provided in the scope of work. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to properly dispose of all debris off site. The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, State and Local laws and regulations.
08/19/2022 12:00 AM UTC
1 Solicitation

Closed Solicitations

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RFB 2145
The RTC is looking to establish one or more contracts for vegetation removal from a bridge (Capitola Trestle MP 15.89a,b) located in Capitola. Work includes vegetation removal and trimming along various spans of the bridge. Vegetation is mostly located on the substructure of the bridge and the use of special equipment such as bucket trucks and rope access equipment are anticipated. The contract lump sum price paid for Clearing and Grubbing shall include full compensation for furnishing all labor, material, tools, equipment and incidentals, including all of the work involved in protecting existing vegetation, including removal of all vegetation necessary to complete the contract and the handing, transporting, and disposal of all excess material, and no additional compensation will be allowed therefor. It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to properly dispose of all debris off site. The Contractor shall comply with all Federal, State and Local laws and regulations.
05/20/2022 10:00 PM UTC
IFB2144
PAJARO RIVER BRIDGE REPAIR PROJECT
04/25/2022 09:00 PM UTC
IFB 2134 - Manresa Coastal Erosion Repair
The proposed Project will construct a 10 foot high tieback soldier pile retaining wall at the location along the Santa Cruz Branch rail line as depicted in the plans. The proposed Project will also construct drainage improvements consisting of ditch improvement and new chain link fence installation. MANDATORY ON-SITE PRE-BID MEETING: December 14, 2021 @ 1:00 PM
01/04/2022 10:00 PM UTC
FEMA-4308-DR-CA / FEMA ID: 087-UJZ96-00 SCCRTC PROJECT NUMBER IFB2128
Storm Damage Site 5 is located near Wilder Ranch State Park north of Santa Cruz. The project will repair the damaged slope embankment on the east side of the rail line which occurred as a result of the 2017 storms. Adjacent to the damage there is an existing 30 inch reinforced concrete culvert which may have contributed to the failure of the embankment. A Right of Entry Agreement is currently under production for the site, and will be in place prior to the start of the project.
07/20/2021 07:00 PM UTC
FEMA-4308-DR-CA / FEMA ID: 087-UJZ96-00 SCCRTC PROJECT NUMBER IFB2094
Storm Damage Site 3 is located adjacent to Sumner Avenue in Aptos. The project will repair the damaged slope embankment on the east side of the rail line which occurred as a result of the 2017 storms. Adjacent to the damage there is an existing 2 foot wide by 1 foot tall wood box cross culvert that needs replacement due to poor drainage through the right of way. A Right of Entry Agreement is currently under production for the site, and will be in place prior to the start of the project.
10/08/2020 09:00 PM UTC
FEMA-4308-DR-CA / FEMA ID: 087-UJZ96-00 SCCRTC PROJECT NUMBER IFB2093
The project is intended to address storm damage as a result of the 2017 storms at two sites in Santa Cruz County. Storm Damage Site 4 is located in Aptos near Harriet Avenue. The project will repair the drainage ditch on the east side of the rail line. The repair includes realigning and grading the ditch to reestablish the drainage pattern, and add rock slope protection and erosion control measures to prevent future erosion from occurring. Storm Damage Site 6 is located north of Santa Cruz near Three Mile Beach. The project will repair the damaged slope embankment and regrade the existing ditches north and south of an existing cross culvert which eroded as a result of the 2017 storms. Rock slope protection and erosion control measures will be added to prevent future erosion from occurring.
09/22/2020 09:00 PM UTC
IFB 2072; FEMA-4308-DR-CA / FEMA ID: 087-UJZ96-00
The project will repair the bridge railing and fence that was damaged by a fallen tree as a result of the 2017 storms.
06/18/2020 09:00 PM UTC
IFB 2076; FEMA-4308-DR-CA / FEMA ID: 087-UJZ96-00
The proposed repair is for 2 storm-damaged slope embankment washouts of the Santa Cruz Branch Railroad line, that was damaged during the heavy rains in early 2017 (DR 4308). The work will include repairs to storm damage sites 1 and 2 to construct new cross culverts and repair the railbed and drainage facilities as described below: Mobilization; Staging Area Setup; Implementation on Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices (BMP); Clearing & Grubbing; Grading, excavation, backfill, etc.; Removal of existing culvert at Site 1; Installation of a 48” RCP, headwall, endwall, and wingwalls at Site 1; Installation of a double box (each 4’ by 6’) reinforced concrete culvert, headwall, endwall, and wingwalls at Site 2; Erosion Control; Rock Slope Protection; Railbed repairs (includes sub-ballast, ballast, ties, rails, and joints); Replanting; Auxiliary work shown on the plans and as directed by engineer; All construction activities including any temporary staging shall occur within the RTC right of way unless directed otherwise by the engineer; Final cleanup; Project Closeout.
05/13/2020 09:00 PM UTC
CON-19-01
Fabricate over 560 sign panels and over 185 posts. The contractor will be responsible for fabrication of all materials as well as installation of signage at approximately 260 locations in the City of Santa Cruz, the City of Scotts Valley and the unincorporated area of the County of Santa Cruz. The Cities of Capitola and the Watsonville will install signage within their jurisdiction.
11/30/2018 08:00 PM UTC
9 Solicitations