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Transportation Corridor - Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) Study for the area of the I-90 Utica Interchange (Exit 31) at N. Genesee Street (NYS Route 921 C)

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New York, United States
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The Herkimer-Oneida Counties Transportation Council (HOCTC) in partnership with the New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Region 2 is undertaking a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) study (Study) centered on the transportation corridor at the New York State (NYS) Thruway (I-90/I-790 Interchange 31 at N. Genesee Street (NYS Route 921C).

HOCTC seeks proposals from qualified firms, individuals, or teams of firms and/or individuals to provide the work outlined in this RFP. Three main needs have been identified for this Study: safety, economic development, and infrastructure redesign. The purpose of the PEL Study is to improve safety, accommodate all users, minimize congestion, increase operational capacity and system interchange operations, reestablish connections in the transportation corridor, and support development.

The Study will provide a comprehensive analysis related to the transportation corridor centered on the I-90/ I-790/ NYS Route 49/ N. Genesee Street (NYS Route 921C) interchange in the City of Utica, Oneida County, New York State. The Study is the initial step in the planning and design process for this transportation corridor. The Study will identify the existing safety, mobility, infrastructure, community, economic development, regional connections, environmental, social, equity, and environmental justice conditions. The Study will identify concepts to enhance safety, provide missing link highway connections, and re-establish the corridor to accommodate the traveling public in all modes. The Study will represent a collaborative and integrated approach to transportation decision-making that considers environmental, community, and economic goals early in the transportation planning process, thereby using the information, analysis, and products developed during planning to inform the development of feasible concepts, environmental review processes, and preliminary design. The Study will be completed using the principles and initiatives of the FHWA PEL program.

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