Friday, February 15, 2013

OKI seeking consultants for two traffic count projects

The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI) has issued two requests for qualifications (RFQ) that will help inform its OKI Travel Model.

The first RFQ is for a qualified consultant to collect traffic data for interstate highways and select principal arterials in the eight-county OKI region.

A second RFQ is for a qualified consultant to provide wireless travel data of time of day origin and destination for peak A.M., midday, and P.M. travel periods.

Both RFQs are due by 4 P.M. on Mar. 11.

The winning RFQs will be considered by the OKI board on Mar. 14, with final contracts to be executed on Mar. 21.

Questions about either RFQ should be submitted to Karen Whitaker of OKI at

Both projects are being funded with Consolidated Planning Grant funds in cooperation with the Ohio Department of Transportation and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.

Previous reading on BC:
OKI opens applications for funding, announces RFQ for bridge traffic counts (2/8/13)
City issues bike share RFP; OKI updating route guide (2/4/13)
Public hearing Monday on changes to OKI long-range plan (1/4/13)
More than $85M awarded by OKI for regional transportation projects (8/13/12)
OKI seeking consultant for NKY traffic count (6/22/12)