Connecticut Laws - Title 13b Transportation
Sec. 13b-15a. Hartford-New Britain busway project.

Sec. 13b-15a. Hartford-New Britain busway project. (89)(1-click HTML)

The Commissioner of Transportation may designate the Hartford-New Britain busway project to be accomplished on a total cost basis. If the commissioner designates the Hartford-New Britain busway project as a total cost basis project, the commissioner may enter into a single contract with a private developer, which includes such project elements as engineering design and construction. The contract for said project shall be based on competitive proposals received by the commissioner, who shall give notice of the project and specifications for the project, by advertising, at least once, in a newspaper having a substantial circulation in the Hartford-New Britain area. Award of the total cost contract shall be based on qualifications, technical merit of the proposals and cost. The commissioner shall determine all criteria, requirements and conditions for such proposals and award and shall have sole responsibility for all other aspects of the contract. If applicable, the contract shall state clearly the responsibilities of the developer to deliver a completed and acceptable project on a date certain and the maximum cost of the project. (90)


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