In an email sent to ATP stakeholders from the CTC:
These scoring rubrics are primarily intended as a guide for the evaluators in order to encourage consistency across the evaluation teams. Applicants may also find this document useful when preparing their applications. Applicants should be cautioned, however, that evaluators may take other factors into consideration when scoring applications such as overall application and project quality, project context, and project deliverability.
Information for Question 1 is still being developed and will be posted on CTC’s ATP website when ready.
Effective October 1, 2016, the following categories of bridge projects will NOT be eligible for HBP funding:
- Bridges that not in the National Bridge Inventory. This will effectively exclude replacement of low-water crossings from receiving HBP funding.
Bridges that are Functionally Obsolete due to bridge deck geometrics.
Bridges that were NOT designed and constructed to acceptable standards, resulting in substandard facilities for such conditions as flood flows. The Commitee may grant an exception to the this policy after due consideration.
- Bridge Preventative Maintenance Program (BPMP) projects under $100,000. For smaller BPMP projects, local agencies are encouraged to use non-federal funds and accumulate Bridge Investments Credits to use as a match for future HBP funded projects. The Committee may grant an exception to this policy after due consideration.
For additional information, reference the letter to local agencies or contact Caltrans HBP managers - Linda Newton (916-651-0022), Reza Fereshtehnejad (916-651-6876), or Eileen Crawford (916-653-5740).
Projects currently programmed and applications received prior to October 1, 2016 will continue to follow existing HBP Guidelines. ↩
DLA regarding the recently launched webpage to assist local agencies with Consultant Selection and Procurement:
Visit our Consultant Selection and Procurement web page to find helpful resources, such as:
- LAPM Chapter 10, Consultant Selection
- Procuring A&E Contracts Q&A
- Sample RFP’s
- RFP vs RFQ Matrix
- Federal vs State Procurement Matrix
- Cost Estimate Samples
- Other Resources