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Doing Business with DOT
Requests For Proposal

The New York City Department of Transportation purchases goods, services and construction in excess of $500 million each year. We procure via a combination of RFPs, BIDs and other competitive means.

We seek the highest level of competition for our procurements. DOT also issues competitive solicitations for concessions to ensure that the City receives the highest return – whether in monetary payment or services – for the use of its property.

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Current RFPs
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Current RFPs
While DOT is pleased to provide electronic versions of solicitations on-line at the present time proposals must be submitted on paper to DOT in accordance with the submission instructions detailed in the Request For Proposal (RFP) package.

Current RFPs
# RFP PIN Release Date Due Date
Gateways to Chinatown Urban Design & Streetscape Reconstruction

84116MNAD033 04/18/2017 06/19/2017
Design & Construction Support Services for Component Rehabilitation of 13 Bridges in the Boroughs of Manhattan & Staten Island

84117MBBR089 03/28/2017 05/01/2017
Design & Construction Support Services for Component Rehabilitation of 9 Bridges in the Boroughs of the Bronx, Brooklyn & Queens

84117MBBR106 04/24/2017 05/22/2017
REI Services for the Melrose Project-Filling of Five Boroughs located over Abandoned CSX Transp. Port Morris Line, BX

84117BXBR075 03/28/2017 05/01/2017


1) Proposals must be hand delivered to the DOT Contract Management Unit located at 55 Water Street, Ground Floor, New York, NY 10041, between the hours of 9:00 am and 2:00 pm only. The entrance is located on the south side at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
2) Proposers must acknowledge receipt of addenda on the form provided in the RFP along with their proposal submission.
3) RFPs will be removed from the web page the day after the RFP DUE DATE.

The RFPs and associated Addenda are in PDF format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print these documents.

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