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What is WCOG?

Established in 1966 by an act of the Washington State Legislature, the Whatcom Council of Governments is the State-designated and federally-recognized transportation planning agency for Whatcom County and its constituent local governments, tribes and districts.

Request for Qualifications

The Whatcom Council of Governments requests qualifications to complete a household travel survey that will inform the region’s travel demand model and provide detailed information for assessing other transportation needs.

This project will recruit the participation from a minimum of 1,000 households in the Whatcom Region that includes: household and demographic information, freight data, travel questionnaire, and a 24-hour travel diary. Additional information about the scope of the project and proposal submission instructions are provided in the RFQ.

Interested parties must request the full RFQ document by emailing rfp@wcog.org or contact Lethal Coe, Whatcom Council of Governments, 314 E. Champion Street, Bellingham, WA 98225, (360) 685-8390.

WCOG encourages disadvantaged, minority, and women-owned firms to respond. Hard copies of the RFQ can be made by request.

Proposals, as described in the RFQ document, are due at the Whatcom Council of Governments office by Monday, February 5, 2018 by 5:00 PM(PST).

This advertisement will appear on Monday, January 8 and Monday, January 15 in The Bellingham Herald.

U.S. - Canada Border Issues

Find out more about WCOG's cross-border work as part of the IMTC program.

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