Call for Expressions of Interest: Study on Public Transport

The Latin American Development Bank is calling for expressions of interest to carry out a feasibility study on the public transport system in the center of Panama City.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Public Purchase LAIF 202061471:

"The services which are the object of this invitation consist of carrying out the activities that are necessary to develop a Feasibility Study on the Public Transportation System of Panama City Center, which must contain, as a minimum, the following: proposal of a collective public transport system consisting of a tram as a structuring element and buses (or other modes) that feed and complement the former, for the city center.

The proposed system should look at:
i) improving connectivity in the Center with the current and future transportation network of Panama.
ii) integrating Casco Antiguo with the north, northeast, south and west of the Metropolitan Area of Panama. 
iii) implementing a collective public passenger transport service to provide transport within the Study Area."

The deadline for receipt of bids is 15 December 2017.

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