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Title: Development of an Automated Bike Lane Enforcement Program
Transportation (DOT)
David Maco
Services (other than human services)
Request for Information

PIN#84122Y0087 - Due: 10/18/2021 5:00 PM

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84122Y0087 - Request for Expressions of Interest (“RFEI”) for the Development of an Automated Bike Lane Enforcement Program throughout New York City. The New York City Department of Transportation (“NYCDOT”) is releasing this Request for Expressions of Interest (“RFEI”) to invite interested vendors (“Respondents”) to assist NYCDOT in acquiring information regarding the development, implementation and operation of an effective automated bike lane enforcement program that will discourage vehicles from illegally stopping, standing, parking or otherwise blocking bike lanes throughout the City. This RFEI is released through PASSPort, New York City’s online procurement portal. Responses to this RFEI must be submitted via PASSPort. To access the RFEI, vendors should visit the PASSPort public Portal at and click on the “Search Funding Opportunities in PASSPort” blue box. Doing so will take one to the public portal of all procurements in the PASSPort system. To quickly locate the RFEI, insert the EPIN, 84122Y0087, into the Keyword search field. In order to respond to the RFEI, vendors must create an account within the PASSPort system if they have not already done so. Any inquiries concerning this RFEI should be directed by e-mail, under the subject line "Automated Bike Lane Enforcement RFEI Questions” to the email address of the Authorized Agency Contact David Maco at The deadline for the submission of questions is 9/27/21 by 5:00 pm. The response due date (submission via PASSPort) is 10/18/21 by 5:00 pm.

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