The fairness advisor will review and monitor the tender processes for P3 infrastructure delivery of a new CNG transit bus storage and maintenance facility.
The project investment is estimated at CAD$274 million. The project is expected to be awarded by 2015 and to be operational by 2018.
The proposed Stoney CNG Transit Bus Garage will be designed to accommodate an indoor storage capacity of approximately 400 buses and will incorporate compressed natural gas fueling infrastructure. The facility will also support diesel bus operations, recognizing the transition period associated with the introduction of CNG buses into Calgary Transit's fleet.
The RFP for Fairness advisor was issued on 24 June 2014. Interested parties must submit their porposals on or before 16 July 2014.
This CNG Transit Garage initiative responds to the following pressures on Calgary Transit's bus storage and maintenance capacity:
See RFP documents: