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1 EXHIBIT A SCOPE OF SERVICES FOR MODAL DEVELOPMENT (MD) SUPPORT - CONTINUING Financial Project Nos FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION DISTRICT SEVEN Revised: 07/16/18 07/10/18

2 MODAL DEVELOPMENT (MD) SUPPORT - CONTINUING TABLE OF CONTENTS PAGE I. PURPOSE... A-1 II. SERVICES... A-1 A. Aviation... A-1 B. Seaports... A-2 C. Railroads... A-3 D. Intermodal Access Development Plans... A-4 E. Freight Movement... A-5 F. Transit Services... A-6 G. Park and Ride Lot Development and Management... A-8 H. Carpool, Vanpool and Other Commuter Assistance Coordination... A-8 I. Safety and Security Compliance Inspections, Plans and Reports... A-9 J. Transit Vehicle Inventory, Inspections and Reports... A-9 K. Integrated Transit/Passenger Ferry Services..A-9 L. Regional Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Strategies...A-10 M. Plans Review... A-10 M. Other Activities... A-11 III. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT... A-12 IV. SUBCONTRACTING... A-12 V. SPECIFICATION FOR WORK... A-13 VI. BEGINNING AND LENGTH OF SERVICE... A-13 i

3 EXHIBIT "A" SCOPE OF SERVICES MODAL DEVELOPMENT (MD) SUPPORT - CONTINUING I. PURPOSE: The purpose of this contract is to assist the Florida Department of Transportation (hereinafter referred to as the Department) in improving the quality and extent of public transportation services and freight movement throughout District Seven. These transportation modes and services include transit, railroads, aviation, freight, seaports, pipelines, pedestrian facilities and bicycle facilities. In addition, this project will support facilities and services such as intermodal centers, park and ride lots, and commuter services such as carpools and vanpools. This project will also address freight movement needs and potential improvements which may involve each of those modes, services and facilities. The Consultant will serve as an extension of the District Seven Modal Development staff accomplishing all of the activities needed for this contract. The Consultant may be responsible for assisting in conducting studies to assess the quality of modal transportation services and freight movement and developing plans and preliminary designs to improve those services. The Consultant may also assist in the review of engineering plans for roadway improvements to ensure that public transportation, and freight movement concerns are addressed. Also, the Consultant may assist the Department in providing technical and administrative assistance and guidance to public transportation agencies. II. SERVICES: The Consultant may be required to perform the following types of activities in assistance to the Modal Development Office (MD) under the terms of this agreement. A. Aviation The Department is responsible for the administration and programming of projects from funding allocations specified to support aviation improvements. To assist in that, the Consultant may be required to review all public airport construction contract change orders submitted to ensure that the changes to the project are consistent with the original scope of the project and goals stated in the Master Plan. Written concurrence and/or comments shall be provided to the Department s Project Manager. Stage II A-1 July 16, 2018

4 The Consultant may be required to review airport planning studies to include master plans, airport layout plans, feasibility studies, site selection studies, and environmental studies submitted by grantee agencies to ensure the Department and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) policies, procedures and guidelines are adequately addressed. As part of these reviews, the Consultant may be required to check whether all applicable Department procedures and guidelines are followed. As part of this review the Consultant may be required to attend meetings or public forums addressing planning study issues. The Consultant will provide the Department s Project Manager with comments summarizing their findings from the review of these plans together with any recommended changes. The Consultant may be required to schedule and conduct site visits at a minimum of once per quarter until the project is completed, and a final inspection upon project completion. The visit will be documented (including photos) in a report to be included in the project file. The primary purpose of the required site visit is to verify that projects are progressing in a manner consistent with the terms of the Joint Participation Agreement / Public Transportation Grant Agreement, and that allocated funding is being used for the purpose for which it was intended. The primary purpose of the final inspection is to ensure the project is complete and meets the terms of the Joint Participation Agreement / Public Transportation Grant Agreement. Copies of the site visit reports are to be submitted to the Department. It is also important for the Consultant to be knowledgeable of FAA submittals for airspace studies and potential roadway and land use impacts on aviation facilities. The Consultant may be required to review and interpret the potential impacts of any planned roadway improvements on the aviation facilities. Also, the Consultant may be required to review and interpret the impacts of any area land use plans and Master Plans for areas surrounding the aviation facilities. The Consultant may be required to perform reviews of any proposed changes in runway lengths and alignments to determine if there will be any potential impacts on surrounding roadways and land uses and, if so, what potential actions need to be taken to mitigate or avoid those impacts. The Consultant will report this information to the Department s Project Manager. The Consultant may also be required to participate in project coordination meetings both internally and externally to address the potential impacts of roadway improvements and land uses on aviation facilities. B. Seaports As authorized under Sections and F.S., and Chapter 14B Rules of Procedure, the Department is responsible for the administration and programming of projects from Florida Seaport Transportation and Economic Development Program funding allocations as well as the Department s Seaport funding program. The Consultant may assist the Department in this responsibility by reviewing all applications for funding allocations from the seaports and advising the Department in their relative importance and validity and whether any adjustments or changes may be appropriate in the type of funding to be provided, the amount of funding and the type of action or improvement to be funded. Stage II A-2 July 16, 2018

5 The Consultant may be required to schedule and conduct site visits at a minimum of once every quarter per project prior to completion. The visit will be documented (including photos) in a report to be included in the project file. The primary purpose of the required site visit is to verify that the project is progressing in accordance with the terms of the Joint Participation Agreement / Public Transportation Grant Agreement, and that allocated funding is being used for the purpose for which it was intended. Copies of the site visit reports are to be submitted to the Department. The Consultant may also review plans for major actions and improvements that may impact the seaports. These may include expansion of a seaport, relocation of port activities such as freight shipments or passenger cruises to different locations, roadway projects that may impact seaport access, and reconstruction of bridges and other facilities that may impact ship movements. The Consultant will inform the Department s Project Manager of these potential actions, review their impacts, and advise the Department s Project Manager of the relative benefits and negative impacts of the proposed action. C. Railroads The Consultant may be required to assist the Department s Project Manager in the review of any roadway improvements that cross rail lines, encroach upon railroad rights-of-way, or may in other ways impact the rail system. This will include both state roads and local streets. The review should address any issues that may interrupt the movement of trains across the roadway or that may have any impact on the rail facilities, including the rail lines, the gates and signals, electronic equipment or any other rail equipment and facilities. If required, the Consultant will inform the Department s Project Manager of the issues and impacts together with any potential solutions to address and minimize the impacts. The Consultant may be required to coordinate with the rail agency to inform them of the proposed improvements and make them aware of any impacts. Part of this coordination may be proposing to include minor improvements to the rail system as part of the overall roadway improvement. Those may include improvements such as raising the rail lines, removing unneeded tracks, or replacing or relocating gates and signals. The Consultant may also be required to review proposed rail improvements by the rail road companies to determine if there will be any impacts on the roadways and interruption of the general flow of traffic. These improvements may include raising or replacing the rails, reconstructing the roadway crossings, replacing the gates and signals, or replacing electronic equipment or other operational equipment. In some less frequent cases, it may involve adding or removing parallel rail lines, re-aligning existing rail lines, extending existing rail lines, or the construction of new rail lines. In all cases, the Consultant may be required to coordinate with the rail company to inform them of any impacts on the roadways and advise them of adjustments in the improvements to avoid or minimize those impacts. Stage II A-3 July 16, 2018

6 For all of these improvements, the Consultant may be required to assist in the preparation of signed and sealed Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) plans as needed to enable and support construction and maintenance activities. In addition, for all these improvements, the Consultant may be required to make occasional visits to the construction sites to monitor the progress of the improvements and to make the Department s Project Manager and the rail road officials aware of any issues that may impact the quality and safety of roadway traffic or trains using this crossing. The Consultant may assist the Department s Project Manager in addressing rail road safety needs and issues. In part, this may involve assisting in the Signal Safety Program, conducting annual railroad signal safety diagnostic field reviews including performing field reviews of all rail road crossings in the District to determine any safety issues, updating the data base of rail crossings including the safety issues, assisting in completing form preparation for safety improvement needs, assisting in prioritizing safety improvement needs, and then informing state and federal officials and rail administrators of the higher priority rail safety improvement needs. Once any state or federal grants or other funding is provided for safety improvements, the Consultant may assist in the review of the improvements to make sure they have been installed properly and are working well. In addition, the Consultant may do a field review of any rail crossing where there has been an accident or fatality. The review will determine if any immediate repairs or other significant safety improvements are needed. Then the Consultant may assist the Department s Project Manager in documenting the review findings and applying for funding to perform the needed improvements and repairs. In addition, the Consultant may assist the Department s Project Manager in preparing major plans for improving the rail system throughout the District. These actions may include extending rail lines to new locations, realigning some existing rail lines to improve their flow or reduce negative impacts on surrounding land uses, adding double tracks as needed or removing unneeded parallel tracks, or providing improved rail access into the seaports, major truck centers or other important freight facilities. The Consultant will then assist the Department s Project Manager in presenting the proposed plan activities to both rail administrators and to impacted local officials planners and engineers both from the Department and from local agencies, seaport and aviation administrators, impacted private businesses, and the public. D. Intermodal Access Development Plans The Intermodal Access Development Program was created by enactment of , Florida Statutes, the purpose of which is to provide for major capital investments in fixed-guideway transportation systems, access to seaports, airports and other transportation terminals, intermodal or multimodal terminals; and projects that otherwise facilitate the intermodal or multimodal movement of people and goods. The Consultant may be required to schedule Stage II A-4 July 16, 2018

7 quarterly visits to each project site, coordinating such visitation with appropriate local government, Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), and other personnel. More frequent onsite monitoring requirements may be specified in the specific Joint Participation Agreement / Public Transportation Grant Agreement if warranted by the nature of the project. The purpose of the site visit is to ensure the Intermodal Access project is on schedule, according to plan. The site visit shall be documented for inclusion into each Intermodal Access project file. A copy of the report shall be submitted to the Department. The Consultant may be required to review products from the Department s Central Office, other districts, MPOs and other entities. The Consultant may also be asked to generate planning studies, maps, applications, displays and graphics. The Consultant may be asked to identify critical corridors, make recommendations on improvements, and develop reports or plans and evaluate the consistency of these reports or plans such as Local Government Comprehensive Plans, Land Development Regulations, Freight Management Plans, and Congestion Management System Plans. These recommendations may include the development and analysis of alternatives to single occupant vehicles (SOVs) and innovative approaches to enhance the mobility of people and goods. E. Freight Movement The Consultant will assist in the advancement and update of the District s plans to improve freight movement throughout the Tampa Bay Region. This may include freight movement by rail, ships, aircraft, pipelines, and trucks. The Consultant may be required to review designated freight corridors to determine what modifications are needed to improve the movement of freight along those corridors. The Consultant may also assist in the survey of truck drivers to learn their issues and needs for improving the movement of freight in the region. In addition, the Consultant may assist in meeting with a variety of freight providers, manufacturers, and distribution centers to learn more about their freight movement operations, issues, concerns and needs. Based on all this information, the Consultant may assist performing a comprehensive analysis and update of the freight movement needs of the Tampa Bay Region and assist in the overall update of the region s freight plan. As part of the freight plan update, the Consultant may assist in the update of a regional freight improvement document. That document may include preliminary minor operational designs to address freight movement needs, long range cost estimates for various improvements and methods for identifying and resolving conflicts between freight movements and other traffic, other land uses and developments, and other roadway improvement needs. As part of the freight plan update, the Consultant may assist is determining the origin and destination of the region s freight movement. For local freight movement within the region, the Consultant may participate in the review of data from the regional transportation plans and databases or assist in the use of regional freight models to forecast local freight Stage II A-5 July 16, 2018

8 movements. The Consultant may also review and analyze major databases to determine the origin and destination of freight travelling to or from other parts of the state or the nation, international freight movements, and the volume of freight simply passing through the Tampa Bay region to and from other origins and destinations. The Consultant may perform technical work involving freight related economic development, commercial intermodal access, intermodal logistics centers and freight planning. Specialized areas of freight and logistics expertise should include general knowledge of Freight Facility Design, Free Trade Zones, Land-Use and Zoning Policy, Industrial Building Design and Siting, Commercial Real Estate and Financing, Supply Chain Optimization, Logistics Technology, Alternative Energies and Manufacturing. In addition, the Consultant may consider current land use patterns and future land use development as part of the update of the freight plan. The Consultant may assist in the review of current land uses including significant manufacturing, warehousing and distribution facilities. The Consultant will also analyze available vacant areas and areas undergoing significant land use changes to determine where future freight movement activities will most likely be located. As part of that, the Consultant will then assist in recommending what types of transportation improvements need to be implemented to facilitate effective and efficient freight movements. The Consultant will assist the Department s Project Manager in coordinating with numerous persons, companies and organizations in reviewing current freight movement issues and needs and in determining the most effective and implementable transportation improvements for facilitating freight movement. Those may include, but are not limited to local governments, MPOs, airports, seaports, freight providers such as trucking companies and railroads, and major freight producers such as manufacturers and distribution companies. F. Transit Services The Consultant may be required to assist the Department with developing and reviewing premium transit services, such as Bus Rapid Transit (BRT), fixed guideway transit, and passenger rail, in the Tampa Bay region. Consultant services may include planning, engineering, construction oversight, public involvement and coordination with other agencies. The Consultant may be required to assist the Department in the review and assessment of the quality and effectiveness of existing transit services and in identifying needs and potential opportunities for improving those services. While these reviews may focus on all aspects of the transit services, major focus may be on safety issues, pedestrian and carpool access and safety, areas with very limited transit services, and the effectiveness of scheduling and alignment of current routes. In addition to existing services, the Consultant may be required to review plans by transit agencies, MPOs, local governments and other agencies for modifying, expanding, reducing Stage II A-6 July 16, 2018

9 or creating new transit services. The Consultant may be required to provide the Department with input and opinions about the feasibility and effectiveness of the plans, any problems or questions about the effectiveness of the plans, and general comments and advice that the Department may provide to the transit agencies regarding the plans. The Consultant may be required to review transit agencies Transit Development Plans (TDPs) or annual updates to the plan to determine if the necessary elements of the plan have been included. The Consultant will use the Department s Manual for the Preparation of Transit Development Plans or revised manuals and Rule Chapter 14-73, F.A.C. to determine if the content of the TDP is in compliance. Compliance issues, recommendations and/or comments for the TDP will be prepared by the Consultant and provided to the Department s Project Manager. The Consultant may be asked to identify critical corridors, make recommendations on improvements, and develop reports or plans and evaluate the consistency of these reports with plans such as Local Government Comprehensive Plans, Land Development Regulations and Congestion Management System Plans. These recommendations may include the development and analysis of alternatives to single occupant vehicles and innovative approaches to enhance the mobility of people and goods. The Consultant may also assist the Department in developing plans for transit improvements. These may be plans prepared in coordination with local and regional transit agencies, MPOs, local governments, Central Office or other agencies. These may also include plans for improving the Department s highway system and local roadways for issues such as improving safety, providing improved bus stops, accommodating bus turning radii, providing bus signal prioritization, and operational improvements. To assist in performing these reviews, the Consultant may assist the Department in updating databases including key information about the District s current and planned future transit services. These databases may include detailed information about the schedules and alignments of each transit route, ridership totals and all other key information necessary for the Department to understand and assessment the nature and quality the transit services. The Consultant may also be required to prepare maps and graphics of transit routes and other transit facilities. The Consultant may also be required to update and maintain the transit elements of the District s GIS system to show all current and future transit routes, all bus stops along the routes, transit stations, and other facilities such as park and ride lots, intermodal facilities, bus transfer centers, and maintenance facilities. The Consultant may be required to review grant applications/transit plans for funding, establish criteria for ranking projects, coordinate the ranking criteria with the District and Central Office as well as participate in project selection and oversight. The grant applications, which may include numerous federal and state transportation funding programs, are available to provide assistance to local transit providers, metropolitan planning organizations, local governments and private not for profit agencies providing passenger transportation services. Stage II A-7 July 16, 2018

10 The Consultant may be required to assist in public involvement activities including communicating to and receiving information from all interested persons, groups and government organizations regarding project or program development. This may include but is not limited to the preparation of brochures, handouts and meeting summaries, preparation of newsletters, websites or special coordination with specific groups, and marketing, advertisements and mailing. The Consultant may also be asked to participate in unscheduled meetings with the public, elected officials, public agencies, or private entities. G. Park and Ride Lot Development and Management The Consultant may be required to review upcoming work program, PD&E, Design and ROW plans, land use and other technical documents to determine if there is potential and suitability for park and ride lot development. The Consultant may be required to review agency requests for funding, assist in development of agreements, preparation of cost estimates, prioritize locations for park and ride facilities and develop or revise the annual District Park and Ride Plan. Attendance at meetings with Department s Project Manager, Design Teams and Right of Way Staff may be required to provide technical support to the transit unit. This task may also involve planning and engineering in support of assessing the impacts of proposed transportation improvements. Included may be activities involving site analysis for compliance with comprehensive plans, local ordinances, and appraisers cost to cure; reviewing and providing engineering opinions of site plans for feasibility and conformance with applicable codes and regulations; assessing the impact to drainage and environment; and preparing site plans and studies which may encompass parking layout, vehicle use areas, and general site consideration in conformance with applicable codes, laws, and regulations. The Consultant may be required to perform semi-annual inspections of the existing park and ride lots, report deficiencies to the appropriate maintenance office, complete the database report and provide documentation to the Department s Project Manager for review prior to submitting to the Central Office. A database of Park and Ride lots and Ride Share signs may be updated and maintained. The Consultant may be required to update and maintain the Implementation Manual as needed and may also be required to maintain the inventory of potential locations of park and ride lots and review the Department s surplus land parcels for potential sites. The Consultant may be required to provide marketing and public involvement activities for existing and new facilities. H. Carpool, Vanpool and Other Commuter Assistance Coordination The Consultant may be required to coordinate and assist with the TBARTA Ride Matching System (RidePro) or any other local area carpool, vanpool and Bike Buddy programs. These efforts may include but are not limited to meeting support, mapping, data collection and Stage II A-8 July 16, 2018

11 preparation of databases, graphics and displays. I. Safety and Security Compliance Inspections, Plans and Reports Bus transit systems, that are wholly or partially funded by the State are required to develop, adopt and implement System Safety Program Plans (SSPP) and a Security Program Plan (SPP) that address the minimum safety and security standards as required by Section Florida Statutes, Rule Chapter 14-90, Florida Administrative Code. The Consultant may be required to perform a safety compliance review to verify compliance with minimum established standards by each bus transit system, as identified by the Department s Project Manager and assist with the development of System Safety Program Plans or Security Program Plans. The Consultant may also be required to perform an on-site assessment of the security management controls in place at a bus transit system to verify compliance with the requirements of the rule chapter. The Consultant may be required to complete Aviation Facility related System Safety and Security Reviews and Inspections. The Consultant may be required to examine equipment as well as operational safety and security records. The product of these examinations shall be a formal report of each safety and security compliance review. Upon completion of the reviews, a final report shall be submitted to the Department s Project Manager. Reports shall not be publicized or used for any other purpose by the Consultant without the written consent of the Department. J. Transit Vehicle Inventory, Inspections and Reports The Consultant may be required to conduct a biennial vehicle inventory to verify compliance with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) for recipients of Federal funds under Sections 5310 and The authority for this work is 49 CFR, Part 18, Subtitle A. Section 32 (d) (2) which states "A physical inventory of the property must be taken and the results reconciled with the property records at least once every two years." The Consultant shall provide personnel that have knowledge of vehicle performance characteristics, preventive maintenance functions and requirements, and who are knowledgeable in appropriate areas of maintenance management. K. Integrated Transit/Passenger Ferry Services The Consultant may be required to assist the Department in assessing the potential demand for usage of various ferry services. The Consultant may also be required to assist in the overall design of the ferry services, including determining feasible routes, locating and designing the ferry terminals, determining the types of ferry boats to be used, establishing schedules for ferry services, determining appropriate fares, determining necessary operations Stage II A-9 July 16, 2018

12 and maintenance services and other types of actions necessary to develop and implement a workable ferry services. L. Regional Transportation Demand Management (TDM) Strategies The Consultant may be required to assist the Department in planning and implementing a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) strategy used to balance the need for transportation improvements with management of the demand on the transportation system. M. Plans Review The Consultant may be required to review highway and other plans at various stages of design to determine the impact on any existing or planned project or facility for all modes of transportation. The Department s Plans Preparation Manual, the Department s Design Manual, the Department s Roadway and Traffic Design Standards for Design, Construction, Maintenance and Utility Operations on the State Highway System and the Green Book design specifications and other sources as needed, shall be used as documents for these reviews. Aviation, Seaport, Intermodal and Transit grantee agencies may be required to submit plans and specifications for review and comments or approval by the Department. The Consultant may be required to address the completeness and applicability of the plans as well as their relation to the Joint Participation Agreement, Public Transportation Grant Agreement, Master Plan, Transit Development Plan or other specified source document. The Consultant shall maintain a file of all plans and specifications submitted until completion of the proposed project at which time those plans and specifications shall be returned to the District Office. Plans and specifications shall be reviewed for conformance with Department, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) standards and requirements. Revised plans and specifications resubmitted by the grantee agency may then be required to be reviewed again by the Consultant whose written concurrence or further comments will be returned to the Department s Project Manager. Reviews are intended to provide comments as to the appropriate provision of public transportation facilities to meet the intent of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, as it relates to park and ride lots and other transit amenities, impacts on airspace, intermodal access issues, coordination with railroads and/or other issues identified by the Department s Project Manager. It may require research, meetings, field reviews at project sites, and discussions with the appropriate transit companies, airports, railroads, the Department, local governmental and/or planning agencies to determine the area needs. Marked up plans, sketches and written recommendations should be provided by the Consultant to the Department s Project Manager. The Consultant may be required to provide summaries of meetings, letters, spreadsheets and/or field reviews. These summaries will be provided to the Department s Project Manager. Stage II A-10 July 16, 2018

13 N. Other Activities The Consultant may be required to perform various miscellaneous services to support the Modal Development Office in its modal transportation and freight planning and administration activities. Work elements may include rail, freight, aviation, seaport and transit applications. Activities may include, but are not limited to the following: Provide technical support on emerging transportation technologies including Autonomous and Connected Vehicles. Performing technical and administrative activities related directly to the conduct of various planning studies, including: - Developing scopes of services and special contract provisions. - Preparing estimated man-hour requirements and estimates of costs for proposed services. - Developing milestone schedules to assist in the overall management of a project and establishing dates when major elements of the projects are expected to be complete and delivered. - General assistance in project management, including review of schedules, study products, and study programs. Preparation and review of plans related to freight and public transportation systems, services and facilities. Preparation and review of cost estimates and estimates of revenues and resources related to freight and public transportation activities, services, facilities, plans and operating budgets. Preparation of signed and sealed Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) plans as needed to enable and support construction and maintenance activities. Preparation of preliminary and conceptual designs for minor operational improvements relating to Modal Development activities. Assisting the Department in the update and maintenance of the Department s Work Program to fund public transportation programs, services, facility improvements, and tracking the progress of the elements over time through the Work Program. Maintenance and updating of databases of information, documents and reports necessary to monitor, administer, track and prepare plans for public transportation agencies, programs and activities. Maintenance and updating of GIS databases related to Modal Development operations. Monitoring and tracking the activities of public transportation agencies, including their revenues and expenditures, adherence to plans and schedules for implementation of services and improvements, and overall measures of performance. Assisting the Department in performing field safety inspections and performance reviews of public transportation vehicles, equipment and facilities. Assessment of the environmental, economic, social and transportation impacts of proposed programs and improvements to services and facilities. This may include performing a Community Impact Assessment for planned actions. Feasibility assessments of proposed programs and improvements to services and Stage II A-11 July 16, 2018

14 facilities. Preparation of correspondence to other Department offices, other agencies, and the public regarding Modal Development issues and concerns. Preparing and conducting meetings, presentations, teleconferences and public involvement activities relating directly to corridor studies, freight movement, and issues and planned improvements related to public transit, aviation, seaports, and railroads. Representing the Department at meetings within the Department, with other agencies and with the public on issues relating to Modal Development. Facilitating internal coordination within the Department on issues relating to public transportation through preparing correspondence, attending meetings, providing information and participating in study committees and other groups at the direction of the Department s Project Manager. Evaluation of emerging transportation technologies, identifying key issues and concerns, from prototype testing to implementation, and presents a basis for developing a preliminary roadmap to implementation in order to best serve strategic transportation and economic development goals. Develop and provide training related to freight and public transportation policies and initiatives. III. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DEPARTMENT: The Department will furnish the following services and data to the Consultant for the performance of services: a. Provide all criteria and full information as to the Department's requirements for Consultants' and Contractors' services including objective, constraints, budgetary limitations, and time restraints. b. Furnish databases and sources of data, maps, drawings, specifications, schedules, reports and other information prepared by and/or for the Department by others which are available to the Department and which the Department considers pertinent to the Consultant's responsibilities, as described herein. c. Furnish available traffic and planning data. d. Furnish the latest version of the Tampa Bay Regional Planning Model and all other currently available models and tools, including all current networks and databases necessary to run the model. IV. SUBCONTRACTING: Services assigned to subconsultants must be approved in advance by the Department. The subconsultants must be qualified by the Department to perform all work assigned to them. Stage II A-12 July 16, 2018

15 V. SPECIFICATION FOR WORK: A. The Consultant shall ensure that all contractual services documents and support forms have been prepared using Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint) in a version compatible with current District Seven software. Documents may be stored and provided on CDs, or they may be transmitted electronically via . B. All graphics shall be provided to the Department in a photo ready reproducible format. When appropriate, maps and graphics should be prepared using ArcGIS, CADD, or other software approved by the Department. VI. BEGINNING AND LENGTH OF SERVICE: Services to be rendered by the Consultant may be commenced upon execution of this Consultant Agreement. The Department shall furnish a Task Work Order to the Consultant for the assignment of individual tasks. The Task Work Order shall identify the assigned project, specify the services to be performed, and state the compensation for the services. The time of completion for each assigned task shall be stated in the scope for that particular task. The Task Work Order will be signed by the Department s Procurement Services Manager. No work will be commenced by the Consultant until a Task Work Order has been issued. Stage II A-13 July 16, 2018