Requests for Qualifications/Requests for Proposals

2021 Congestion Management Program (CMP) Update

C/CAG is seeking proposals to develop and update the Congestion Management Program (CMP).  As the Congestion Management Agency for San Mateo County, C/CAG is required to prepare and adopt a Congestion Management Program (CMP) on a biennial basis. The purpose of the CMP is to identify strategies to respond to future transportation needs, develop procedures to alleviate and control congestion, and promote countywide solutions.

Proposals must be received no later than 12:00 PM noon on Friday, January 29, 2021. Late proposals shall be rejected. One (1) electronic version of the proposal document shall be submitted to the Project Manager by the closing date and time for receipt of proposals.

Questions and responses on the RFP must be sent to:
Attention: Jeffrey Lacap

The full text of the RFP may be viewed at the link below:

Request for Proposals – 2021 CMP Update

RFP Q&A Responses (uploaded 1/19/21): Click Here


C/CAG is seeking proposals and qualifications to provide technical support development of the Resilient San Carlos Schoolyards Project. Funding for this project is provided by the Bay Area Council via its California Resilience Challenge Grant, and, as detailed in the Request for Proposals and Qualifications (RFP/Q) linked below, the intent of the project is to develop schoolyard greening concept plans for multiple campuses in the San Carlos School District, which would further advance climate resiliency with respect to stormwater management and localized flooding, urban heat island impacts, water quality improvement, and water supply augmentation through stormwater capture/infiltration/reuse and groundwater recharge at schools. The project also aims to support C/CAG’s member agencies in advancing sustainable stormwater management through new partnerships with schools and other agencies, like the Flood and Sea Level Rise Resiliency District and the County Office of Education to address shared pollutant reduction, climate resiliency and environmental literacy goals, especially within context of needing adaptive outdoor learning environments in crisis situations.

The full text of the RFP/Q may be viewed at the link below:

Request for Proposals and Qualifications – Resilient San Carlos Schoolyards Project (PDF)

Proposals must be received no later than 1 PM on Monday, January  25, 2021.

Proposals must be submitted electronically only via the submission form below. A confirmation email will be sent after your submittal has been completed.

Pre-Proposal Workshop, January 12, 2021:

RFP/Q Question and Answer Table  (for questions received via email by January 15, 2021 – for all questions asked during the Pre-Proposal Webinar on January 12, 2021, please view the recording linked above)

RFP Submission form

  • Accepted file types: pdf.
    Please upload a copy of your proposal