Tender launched Wroclaw car sharing PPP

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Tender launched Wroclaw car sharing PPP Wroclaw Authorities (Poland) have issued a tender process to carry out a municipal electric car sharing system through a public private partnership (PPP) project.With this project the authorities aim to achieve the following goals:
  • reduce air pollution and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions (transport is causing the most air pollution in the cities and Poland has the worst air quality in the EU),
  • reduce traffic,
  • reduce demand for parking,
  • increase use of renewable energy sources (electric vehicles),
  • promote eco-friendly behavior.

The new system will supplement to the municipal transport system's mobility, in addition to trams, subway, trains, buses, taxis, rickshaws and bikes, which became the first 'shared' means of urban transport.

Interested parties must submit their applications for participating in the tender process on or before 29 September.

Wroc?aw, the largest city in western Poland, is situated on the River Odra. The population of Wroc?aw in 2014 was 633,802, making it the fourth largest city in Poland, classified as a global city by GaWC, with the ranking of high sufficiency and living standard.

 

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