|Project Title:||NET METER REVENUE REVIEW|
|Issued by:||City of Portland view agency website|
DescriptionThis project seeks to reconcile policy direction pertaining to meter revenue allocation, funding priorities, and distribution of resources between meter district and citywide transportation services. Work will formalize updates to how PBOT allocates net parking revenues derived from the collection of parking paystations in metered areas, update the 1996 Parking Meter District Policy, and outline a comprehensive process for revenue allocation for all existing and future meter parking districts.
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You can find the authoritative listing on BuySpeed, the City of Portland procurement portal. Interested in this opportunity? First, read over the opportunity description. If it looks like something your firm can bid on, you can head to the City of Portland's BuySpeed portal to express interest and get the full set of bid documents. Here's how you do that.
- First, log into BuySpeed here. If you're not already in BuySpeed, you'll need to register your firm.
- Once you're logged into BuySpeed, click this link and click "Yes" to be added to the bidder list: NET METER REVENUE REVIEW
- That's it! You'll receive an email confirming your interest. You'll also receive future notices about the opportunity.
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