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RFP – Valley Transit Ridership and Fare Payment Surveys and Neenah Transfer Center Study

East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) is issuing this Request for Proposals (RFP) to: 1. Conduct a Valley Transit Ridership Survey and Fare Payment Survey, and 2. Complete a Neenah Transit Transfer Center Study. The purpose of this project is two-fold. The first part of this study includes the development, marketing, leading data collection efforts and a subsequent data analysis and final report of a Ridership Survey and a Fare Payment Survey for the entire Valley Transit system. The second part of this study to conduct an analysis of locations that would be suitable for a site for a new Neenah Transit Center along with an operations study.

The Consultant selected to complete this project will coordinate, work with, and work under the direction of ECWRPC staff for the completion of the work described within this RFP. All tasks must be completed by October 31, 2023 with final invoice received by Tuesday, November 7, 2023.

Click here to view the RFP – https://vendornet.wi.gov/Bid.aspx?Id=f37a94b3-4364-ed11-8143-0050568c7f0f&name

Learn More About Our Engagement Efforts

We want you to be involved! We also want you to WANT to be involved and feel valued. Community engagement is an essential part of any transportation project at East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC). Good community engagement can help residents advocate for what they need, understand why projects are happening, and improve safetyContinue Reading

Annual Report 2021-2022

The annual report illustrates the accomplishments and activities of the Commission during the past calendar year. It serves to document the Commission’s progress toward the achievement of regional goals related to land use, development and preservation. It also provides a regional context for local or county-level land use planning efforts and issues, and identifies productsContinue Reading

Transportation Technical Assistance Program Information

East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission’s (ECWRPC) new Transportation Technical Assistance Program aims to help communities identify issues and plan to make their roadways safer, more accessible, and more comfortable for everybody. This technical assistance program will utilize an application-based selection process to provide solutions-based technical assistance to communities seeking to address a particular issueContinue Reading

High Cliff Connection Project Page

The East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC), in partnership with municipalities in the Fox Cities, is completing study for a new pedestrian / bicycle route along the northern edge of Lake Winnebago, linking communities to High Cliff State Park. The study will consider accessibility, route types, land impacts, intersection crossings, amenities, and links toContinue Reading

We want your input! ECWRPC Comprehensive Plan 2045 Survey

We want to hear from you! What makes our region special? Your answers will assist the Commission in updating its Regional Comprehensive Plan. Please take a few minutes to complete the 2045 Comprehensive Plan survey –  https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ECWRPC2045 More information about the plan can be found here – https://www.ecwrpc.org/programs/comprehensive-planning/2045-regional-comprehensive-plan/  

Annual Report 2020-2021

The annual report illustrates the accomplishments and activities of the Commission during the past calendar year. It serves to document the Commission’s progress toward the achievement of regional goals related to land use, development and preservation. It also provides a regional context for local or county-level land use planning efforts and issues, and identifies productsContinue Reading

ECWRPC is seeking your input on enhancing transportation in the Fox Cities and Oshkosh

East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) is seeking feedback for two of its plans: the Congestion Management Process Plan and the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan. A Congestion Management Process Plan (CMP) addresses strategies to improve safety and reduce traffic congestion on area roadways in urbanized areas of more than 200,000 people. Last updated inContinue Reading

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