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Website Design Request for Quotes (RFQ)

Letter requesting quotes EXHIBIT A Exhibit A Website Mapping EXHIBIT B The River to Sea TPO is requesting quotes for the redesign and ongoing maintenance of its website located at www.R2CTPO.org.  The website services contract will begin May 3, 2017.  This will be a two year contract with an option to extend the contract an […]

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Request for Proposals – ITS Master Plan Phase 2

RIVER TO SEA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION (R2CTPO) INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (ITS) MASTER PLAN – PHASE 2 RE-ISSUE – NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (Legal Ad) The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit responses from qualified consulting firms interested developing an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Master Plan for the R2CTPO. This second […]

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General Planning Consultant (GPC) Request for Proposals (RFP)

Questions and Responses 2017 GPC Legal Ad Request for Proposals (RFP) – TPO General Planning Consultant Services Scope of Services (TPO General Planning Consultant Services) RIVER TO SEA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION (R2CTPO) CONTINUING GENERAL PLANNING CONSULTANT SERVICES NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS (Legal Ad) The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit […]

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Accessible Pedestrian Signal (APS) Action Plan Available for Review

Draft APS Action Plan Key Locations Analysis Summary Web map: http://arcg.is/1G0r1v The draft APS Action Plan is now available for review and comment by clicking the above link. Questions and/or comments should be directed to: Mr. Vince Wang, R2CTPO Transit Planner River to Sea TPO 2570 W. International Speedway Boulevard, Suite 100 Daytona Beach FL 32114 […]

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Aging Road User Strategic Safety Plan Survey

The Safe Mobility for Life Coalition is asking for your help as we work to improve the safety, access, and mobility of Florida’s aging population. We are conducting an aging road user survey to better understand how Floridians (50 years and older) get from place to place and we will use this information to update […]

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2017 Annual Retreat

03-03-17 Annual Retreat Flyer The next annual retreat will be hosted by the River to Sea TPO and the Volusia County Association for Responsible Development and its Flagler Chapter (VCARD & FCARD).   This year’s topic will be proactive strategies to deal with sea level rise.  The retreat will be held in the Bill France […]

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2017 “Call for Projects”

The River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization (R2CTPO) is now accepting transportation project funding applications for the 2017 Priority Project Process. Applications will be used by the R2CTPO and the Florida Department of Transportation to qualify and prioritize proposed projects for funding. 2017 Call for Projects Memorandum 2017 Priority Process Schedule 2017 Application for Traffic […]

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Request for Proposal – ITS Master Plan Phase 2

CANCELLED [reissued March 22, 2017] RIVER TO SEA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING ORGANIZATION (R2CTPO) INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS (ITS) MASTER PLAN – PHASE 2 NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (Legal Ad) The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit responses from qualified consulting firms interested developing an Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) Master Plan for the […]

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Toll Rate Rulemaking Public Hearing

Dear Government / Agency Partner: The Florida Department of Transportation (Department) is hosting a statewide Toll Rate Rulemaking Public Hearing to provide the public an opportunity to review and comment on proposed amendments to administrative rules regarding registration for buses and vanpools using Turnpike express lanes, display of express lane tolls on road signs and […]

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R2CTPO places High Priority on Pedestrian Safety

On January 10, 2017, the National Complete Streets Coalition released Dangerous by Design 2016, their flagship report intended to draw attention to transportation-related pedestrian deaths. The report uses a Pedestrian Danger Index (PDI) to identify areas that have a higher likelihood for a person travelling on foot to be hit by a vehicle and killed. The PDI is based on the share of local commuters who walk to work and five years of data (2009-2014) on pedestrian fatalities. The 2016 report listed the Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach area as the fifth most dangerous area in the nation for pedestrian fatalities.

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