San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Map Project
The Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG), a joint powers agency, invites qualified Proposers to respond to a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail Map Project, which is managed by the the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail and the San Francisco Estuary Partnership, which are programs of ABAG.
The San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail is a growing network of designated launching and landing sites, or “trailheads” around San Francisco Bay. Each trailhead enables non-motorized small boat users to enjoy the historic, scenic, cultural, and environmental richness of San Francisco Bay and its nearby tributary waters.
The purpose of this RFP is to solicit responses from consultants with expertise in cartography and graphic design to create four high-quality wayfinding maps covering different areas of the San Francisco Bay estuary. These printed maps will serve as a key branding and marketing tool for the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail and San Francisco Estuary Partnership.
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