Consultants sought for Prefeasibility Study for Haiti Ferry project

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Consultants sought for Prefeasibility Study for Haiti Ferry project International Finance Corporation (IFC), the private sector arm of the World Bank Group, requires an international consultant firm in partnership with local consultants to carry out the Port­ au ­Prince (Haití) Urban Ferry Boat Pre­feasibility Study over a 3­ month period.The consultant assignment will address six main areas related to:
  •  Market Sounding,
  •  Traffic and Demand Study
  •  Berth and Terminal Locations
  •  Initial Environmental and Social Assessment
  •  Legal and Institutional Framework Analysis
  •  Identification of Most Suitable Options

The expression of interest deadline is 11­ December ­2013 at 11:59:59 PM

In the transportation sector, a coastal ferry on the bay of Port ­au ­Prince is one of Government of Haiti's priorities. The aim of this potential project is to reduce traffic congestion between the towns of Léogâne, Gressier, Carrefour and Port­ au ­Prince. The road is currently heavily congested since it is the principal way to access the southern part of the island to Jérémie and LesCayes

The primary objective of the consultant assignment is to carry out a pre­feasibility study on a passenger ferry boat service, for a project that aims to ease the connectivity between Port­ au ­Prince, Carrefour, Gressier and Léogâne and help daily commuters reduce the time spent in traffic.

Request for expressions of interest:

http://infrapppworld.com/wp-content/uploads/Prefeasibility-Ferry-Study.pdf

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