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5 <br /> THE CITY OF <br /> : " CITY COUNCIL AGENDA REPORT <br /> PLEASANTON. <br /> May 17, 2022 <br /> Community Development <br /> Traffic Engineering Division <br /> TITLE: APPROVE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AGREEMENTS WITH HEXAGON, <br /> TJKM, AND FEHR AND PEERS FOR THE NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF <br /> $500,000 (CUMULATIVE) FOR ON-CALL TRANSPORTATION <br /> CONSULTANT SERVICES THROUGH JUNE 30, 2025 <br /> SUMMARY <br /> The City of Pleasanton requires new development to mitigate traffic impacts generated <br /> by their projects. Developers are required to fund a Traffic Impact Analysis (TIA) to <br /> determine the development's impact on the circulation network. The analysis is <br /> managed by City staff. Professional Services Agreements with on-call transportation <br /> consultants allow for more efficient project completion by eliminating the need to <br /> advertise and seek individual contract approval for each separate TIA or similar traffic- <br /> related consultant service. <br /> The on-call agreements will cover services between July 1, 2022 and June 30, 2025 for <br /> a total aggregate not-to-exceed amount of$500,000 over the three year period. <br /> Although the recommended aggregate not-to-exceed amount is $500,000 over three <br /> years, there is no guaranteed amount of work for any of the three consultant firms, and <br /> there is no guarantee that the $500,000 amount will be fully expended over the contract <br /> period. Most of the on-call work completed under these agreements will be paid for by <br /> developers. <br /> RECOMMENDATION <br /> 1. Approve the Professional Services Agreements with Hexagon, TJKM, and Fehr <br /> and Peers to provide on-call transportation consultant services for the aggregate <br /> not-to-exceed amount of$500,000 and authorize the City Manager to execute <br /> the attached contracts. <br /> 2. Authorize the City Traffic Engineer to approve task authorizations up to $100,000 <br /> for transportation consultant services funded by a developer, and up to $25,000 <br /> for services funded by the City. <br /> 3. Authorize the City Manager to approve task authorizations over $100,000 for <br /> services funded by a developer, and up to $100,000 for services funded by the <br /> City. <br />