WY22 Pathway Project

Request For Proposals - East Segment Survey

October 6, 2010 - The Town of Jackson is requesting a complete survey of Highway 22 between Spring Gulch and US Hwy 89, and of West Broadway between the WY22/US89 intersection (the “Y") and the Flat Creek Bridge near the 5-Way intersection.

The data collected shall include all surface items and features including but not limited to roadway centerline/crown, concrete curb and gutter, top back of curb, curb cuts, driveways, sidewalks, sanitary/storm sewer manholes, storm sewer inlets, water valves, fire hydrants, curbstops, fences, trees, property monuments, street signs, etc.

The deadline for submittal of proposals is 3:30 PM MDT, Wednesday, October 20, 2010.

For a full packet of information, please contact:

Brian Schilling / Pathways Coordinator
Jackson Hole Community Pathways
P.O. Box 1687
320 South King Street
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
1.307.732.8573
bschilling@ci.jackson.wy.us

All RFP materials are also available in the 'Files and Downloads' section below.

Request For Qualifications - East Segment

September 29, 2010 - The Town of Jackson, Wyoming is seeking engineering consultant services for the following item: 

Prepare final plans, project manual, and agency submittals to procure a WYDOT encroachment permit for all proposed improvements, an "at grade" crossing WYDOT permit, and all required Teton County and Town of Jackson permits ready for bid solicitation to construct non-motorized transportation improvements / enhancements from the WY22 / Spring Gulch Road intersection to the east edge of the Flat Creek Bridge on US89 (West Broadway) southwest of the US89 / Pearl Avenue / Flat Creek Drive intersection.
The deadline for submittal of proposals is 1:00 PM MDT, Friday, October 22, 2010. The Town of Jackson, Wyoming reserves the right to enter into a contract with any Consultant based solely upon the initial response to the Request for Qualifications.

For a full packet of information, please contact:

Brian Schilling / Pathways Coordinator
Jackson Hole Community Pathways
P.O. Box 1687
320 South King Street
Jackson, Wyoming 83001
1.307.732.8573
bschilling@ci.jackson.wy.us

All RFQ materials are also available in the 'Files and Downloads' section below.

Files and Downloads

NOTE: If you download the RFQ materials and plan to submit a proposal, please provide your contact info to Brian Schilling so that you will receive any updates or addenda to the Request For Qualifications/Proposals.

WY22 Pathway East Segment Survey RFP - 100610.pdf
WY22 Pathway East Segment Survey RFP - Aerial Exhibit - 100610.pdf

WY22 Pathway East Segment RFQ - 092910.pdf

WY22 Pathway West Segment RFQ - 080310.pdf
WY22 Pathway West Segment RFQ - Aerial_Exhibit - 072110.pdf

WY22 Pathway Snake River Bridge Study - 010510.pdf
WY22 Pathway Snake River Bridge Study appendices - 010510.pdf

Project Overview

The WY22 Pathway is considered the primary missing link in the Town of Jackson/Teton County Pathways system and the top priority for the Jackson Hole Community Pathways program. The WY22/West Broadway Pathway project will include construction of a non-motorized shared-use pathway along WY22 between Stilson Ranch and the “Y,” and along West Broadway between the “Y” and the Flat Creek Bridge southwest of the 5-Way intersection, including a crossing of the Snake River.

The staff report for the June 7, 2010 Joint Information Meeting provides greater detail.

Funding

In 2008, voters approved $6 million in Specific Purpose Excise Tax funding for the project. The ballot language reads:

“Construction of Highway 22/West Broadway Pathway – $6,000,000.00 for the purpose of funding the acquisition of land and/or easements, and for the cost of planning, engineering, and construction of a pathway from the Stilson Transit Center at the intersection of Hwy 390 and Hwy 22 to the “Y” intersection of Hwy 22 and Hwy 189 (Broadway), and then from the “Y” intersection of Hwy 22 and Hwy 189 (Broadway) to the Flat Creek Bridge by the 5-way intersection of Broadway and Pearl Avenue. This project is sponsored by the Town of Jackson.”