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Preferred bidder announced for the I elematics PPP project

🕔 May 27, 2013
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The tender for the first ICT PPP project in Greece concluded with the announcement of a preferred bidder for the Τelematics PPP of the Athens Urban Transport Organization.By decision of the Board of Directors of Athens Urban Transport Organization, Intrasoft International - Intrakat was announced preferred bidder and will undertake the design, financing, installation, operational support, maintenance and technical management of an Integrated Telematics System for information provision to users and fleet management of Road Transport SA.The preferred bidder offered a construction period of maximum 18 months, while the contract for the total tenor of 12 years is valued at approximately 27 million euros, 5.5 million euros financed by EU funds.This project introduced a framework for blending EU funds with private funds in availability-based PPP projects in Greece, while at the same time it is the first ICT PPP project to have been procured.The project:

This project will provide passengers with real time information regarding vehicle arrival time by 1.000 "smart" stops that will be installed all over Athens, as well as via a variety of alternative means: mobile phone, 3G smart applications, the internet. A control center will be established, which will monitor the transport operations in real time and will intervene when needed in order to facilitate the coordination and optimization of public transport services in Athens.

Source: Hellenic Republic Datebase

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