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Procurement Category
Computer Related Services
Estimated Value
Competition Type
To be determined
RFP Quarter
3rd QTR
RFP Fiscal Year
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The purpose of this procurement is to identify mechanisms for implementation of graphical user interfaces for the FHWA Traffic Noise Model v. 3.0 in three dimensional CAD/GIS environments. This will allow for greater interoperability between design tools used by state DOTs and consultants using CAD and GIS software. Ideas may also include interfacing TNM v3.0 with new, open source, or web based applications and use of Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) standards.

Contact Name
Adam Alexander
(202) 366-1473
Development of the FHWA TNM began in the mid-1990’s with much of the work completed by the firm HMMH based in Cambridge, MA in conjunction with staff from the John A. Volpe Transportation Center Acoustics Facility. Since the release of TNM 1.0 in 1998, Volpe Center staff continued development and updates to the TNM. Additional information about the FHWA TNM including the software download, TNM User Guide and User Guide updates, TNM Technical Guide and Technical Guide updates and a variety of additional reference materials are available at
Is this a follow-on to a current 8(a) contract?
Is this funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act?
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