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The core services comprises the design and planning of a revised, and optimised, network of PSO Services in the Cork Metropolitan Area that achieves an increased number of passengers using the PSO Services at a broadly equivalent cost to the cost of subvention of the current PSO services. It includes the review of the existing network of PSO bus services in the Cork Metropolitan Area and the design of a revised optimised network to take account of the expanding city.
The Mobility Committee, has determined the need to review transportation options in an effort to shift transportation use to lower impact choices. To support this initiative, the Mobility Committee is seeking to engage a consultant to produce a Sustainable Mobility Plan (SMP) to achieve the following objectives:
The overall purpose of this programme is to obtain knowledge about environmental toxins in the air and precipitation that are transported to Norway in the atmosphere. The monitoring will, where possible, give information about geographic differences in the environmental toxin levels. Combined, this is important knowledge that form the basis for reporting to international conventions, programs and networks.
Modernization and implementation of hydrological, control and teletechnical measurement systems at hydrotechnical facilities RZGW Krakow and RZGW Wroclaw.
Operate and maintain the monitoring stations that make up the Biobio Air Quality Monitoring System (SIVICA), ensuring their operational continuity, as well as the availability and traceability of validated data for each monitored variable.
This study will support the European Commission in assessing how European legislation concerning management of noise around airports is implemented. This study is meant to provide essential information for a set of 62 airports.
The purpose of the requirement is to provide technical and professional civil engineering consultancy services for NRW’s flood risk, Reservoirs Act, Hydrometry/telemetry, estates and other relevant programmes of work.
IndyGo, in an effort to leverage its existing technology solutions, is issuing this Request for Information for the purposes of determining if there is a turnkey, technical solution – in whole or in part – that could help the agency get closer to realizing our goal of having a one-stop shop for a multi-modal trip planning and payment integration system. More specifically, IndyGo seeks to understand what applications are available that meet most, if not all, of our needs. For those capabilities that are undeveloped, IndyGo seeks to understand how companies have developed, tested, and launched application add-ons in the past.
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The priority(ies) of this call for proposals are:
Provision of consultancy services to develop and produce the next Regional Transport Strategy for the SEStran region that will inform policy, strategy, and future transportation needs to support substantial ongoing development and growth in the South East of Scotland.
In order to provide a better contribution to the achievement of SDOs by impacting the most vulnerable populations, UNCDF is organising a regional challenge "Digital Innovations for Accelerating Sustainable Development Goals (SDOs)". This challenge is structured around three  pillars of intervention of UNCDF's digital strategy which aims to "Leave no one behind in the digital age":
Elaborate a strategic action plan for each Central American country (Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama) and the Dominican Republic to enable the formulation of the CABEI's Sustainable Urban Mobility Programme, its financing structure and the implementation of urban mobility projects sustainable.
The contracting authority, Cork County Council, acting as the Lead Authority on behalf of Clare County Council, Kerry County Council, Limerick City and County Council and Waterford City and County Council is engaging in a competitive tendering process for the establishment of a contract for multi-disciplinary consulting engineering services to deliver stages (iv) and (v) of South West local authorities public lighting energy efficiency project.
The European Metropolis of Lille would like to entrust an annual service for carrying out surveys around three types of specific needs: surveys carried out in the autumn as part of an annual observation of regulated parking; ad hoc surveys, throughout the year, to help in the decision to redevelop roads, set up new car parks or parking areas and/or to assist the community in parking regulations (perimeter to be regulated, etc.), and engineering missions in terms of parking policy (analyses and recommendations on local parking policies following field surveys or within the framework of urban projects and/or expert missions targeted on a complex issue or a high-stake sector).
Technical support to assess – in February 2021 – on bids to the Greenhouse Gas Innovation Competition and (b) monitor those projects – from April 2021 to December 2021 – to ensure that they are on track to deliver.
The specific objectives of the service contract are:
The following services shall be provided under this framework contract: provision and presentation of technical input, including measurement campaigns to support on-going EU standards developments, and evaluation of input from stakeholders; management and/or performance of both technical and administrative tasks within technical working groups; support interface issues between the technical and modelling capabilities which need to work together in order to perform impact assessments; provision of support to Agency representatives in leading and/or contributing to technical working groups; development of input to summarise technical proposals and inform policymaking decisions; and, any other services linked to the subject of the contract.
The objective of this contract is to develop operational policy tools and guidelines to be used by the Government of Egypt in promoting the deployment of energy efficient motor driven systems [...] The service provider will propose recommendations on policy tools and guidelines for the deployment of energy efficient motors to be presented to a high-level working group composed of all relevant stakeholders i.e policy makers, relevant organizations, private sector, banks etc. The working group will support the project in raising the policy recommendations to the Egyptian Ministry of Trade and Industry (MoTI) and other relevant ministries so that the proposed policy framework and tools would be endorsed. The service provider will then work on the development of the recommended tools and guidelines with the guidance of the working group.
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The City of Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) seeks proposals from individuals, firms, teams or Consultants with demonstrated experience in parking management, parking finance, development finance, real estate partnerships, public-private partnerships, feasibility and market analysis, and public and stakeholder engagement. There are five key objectives:
BPTC seeks proposals from qualified vendors for design, installation, training, hosting, and ongoing technical support for a turnkey standalone automatic passenger counting (APC) system on each vehicle in its fixed route fleet. The selected vendor shall supply software to process and report ridership data gathered through the APC system.
The Orange County Transportation Authority invites qualified firms to submit a proposal to develop a Caliper TransModeler simulation model for Interstate 405 between Interstate 5 and State Route 19 Lakewood Boulevard in Long Beach.
On the basis of the scenarios of the Energy Strategy 2050 and the Federal Council's decision to increase the climate targets, a long-term security of supply analysis is to be prepared in the form of a report, which will serve as the basis for the SFOE's scenarios. In addition to describing the indicators and the methodology, the report is to present a simulation of security of supply in Switzerland, taking into account the European electricity market and any restrictions that may result from the absence of an electricity agreement.
The city of Boston, acting through the Environment Department, is seeking a qualified consultant or team of consultants to provide technical, policy, land use and infrastructure, and stakeholder engagement support in the development of a citywide heat resilience plan. The Heat Resilience Plan will be an essential next step in preparing for projected increases in extreme heat. The plan will build on existing heat preparedness work, concurrent and recent regional planning efforts, and will be coordinated with Boston’s overall planning and development initiatives including Imagine Boston 2030. The plan will identify a clear set of strategies from specific infrastructure and land use solutions and measures to strengthen policies and programs needed to reduce urban heat and heat risk.
The city of Columbus Division of Sewerage and Drainage (DOSD) is soliciting proposals for Northwest stormwater study to analyze stormwater drainage patterns in an area of Northwest Columbus to identify flooding concerns, and develop alternatives and costs. The scope includes developing a stormwater hydraulic model, developing potential improvements with replacement of existing infrastructure or the installation of new facilities in accordance with the Stormwater Drainage Manual.
Working in partnership with the Transport Scotland and with the assistance of the broader public sector and innovation community, Scottish Enterprise wishes to procure R&D services to explore and develop technological solutions to the challenge of improving access to electric vehicles charging infrastructure.
The object of the contract is the selection of a multidisciplinary team to assist the project owner. This assistance is part of a public commitment campaign project supported by the State, the Hauts-de-France region and Ademe. Its aim is to test, on the scale of the Avesnes-sur-Helpe district, the running of a public commitment campaign aimed at involving companies and residents in the development of their mobility practices: measuring the impact of the private car, reducing and offsetting CO2 emissions, avoiding the solo private car.
This tender is part of a European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) supported project to refurbish the authority’s main operational depot in Killingworth. The core philosophy and key output of the project is the plan to adopt, create and integrate a smart building and ‘intelligent” mini grid of innovative technology as part of a whole place solution approach.
The overall thematic focus of the framework agreement is related to REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation) including land use planning, sustainable food systems and forest law enforcement [...] Under the framework agreement the suppliers will conduct consultancy services for Norad. These will normally be directly related to projects either managed by Norad, Embassies or the MoCE. The consultancy services will normally fall within four different types of assignments: project proposal appraisals ahead of funding decisions; mid-term and end-reviews; technical assessments. This could be follow-up on recommendations from reviews/appraisals, and technical assistance to partner institutions, including capacity building and training.
A contract will be awarded to a single supplier to cover the locational identification and collection of traffic data, the supply of traffic information and the digitisation of agreed road network within and between the main conurbation areas across Scotland.
Elaboration of projects that allow the development of high performance and accessible public transport networks in Brazilian cities, based on the partnership with National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES), and the monitoring of Brazilian cities, in a scenario of crisis in the transportation sector, accentuated by the coronavirus pandemic, supporting technological transformations such as electric mobility or digital innovation.
A feasibility study which will include technology assessment, techno-economic evaluation including available funds, sensitivity and breakeven cost analysis, regulatory framework overview and proposals for a Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) system for capturing and storing CO2 produced at locations in Croatia (a fertilizer plant at Kutina, a concrete production plant at Našice, and an oil refinery at Rijeka), and compiling pipeline connection possibilities between locations and oil fields, prepared in-house by INA, into a single comprehensive feasibility study.
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust (CLCH) is seeking a supplier to provide an assessment of the Trusts carbon emissions and to produce a report advising best practice approach to reducing this in line with the Trusts new Green Plan. Following this first phase the Trust will be looking to continue working with the chosen supplier as a partner in scoping and implementing sustainability improvements.
The NTA are seeking a service provider to deliver the following services: Smarter Travel Workplaces programme; Smarter Travel Campus programme; oversight of Green Schools Travel programme; assisting the NTA in the area of mobility management; Bike Week and other national/EU mobility promotions; provide stakeholder engagement support throughout the rollout of the BusConnects project and other major projects that NTA is involved in delivering.
Clare County Council is requesting tender from environmental consultancy and associated disciplines for contract services for the provision of the following: undertaking of an energy emissions balance of the county and preparation of a new Clare Renewable Energy Strategy (RES) which will form a volume of the Clare County Development Plan 2022-2028; Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of the new Clare Renewable Energy Strategy; Appropriate Assessment (AA) of the entire Clare County Development Plan 2022-2028 (which will include the new Clare Renewable Energy Strategy (RES).
The actions to be carried out are as follows: smart tourist destination platform; capacity control on beaches; tourist observatory; mobile application; content manager; system for prevention and early detection of fires; marine environmental sensing; smart parking; improving mobility and transport; geolocation of rural houses; CPD hardware and software infrastructure, and environmental sensors.
The Department of National Defence and the Canadian Armed Forces (DND/CAF) is looking for innovative solutions for the real-time analysing, fusing and high-speed sharing of data from all types of sensors across multiple domains (in particular, cyber, air and space domains) into a single C2 system to enable rapid decision-making. Solutions can include, but are not limited to the following: tools/methods/mechanisms to collaboratively share data from multiple airborne/ground sensors; high-speed and secure data sharing mechanisms for all types of airborne/ground sensors; automated pre-processing capabilities for collected data on the sensor platform; a “system of systems” approach to the processing of data in a timely and efficient manner; capabilities for assisting analysts to vet the data acquired from multiple sensors, automatically, in real- or near-real-time, by identifying essential elements within the data, and standardized communications systems for sensor platforms.
The Municipality of Alkmaar has decided to organise a European tender for the provision of a Parking Route Information System (PRIS) combined with a performance agreement to keep the system operational for a period of (maximum) ten years.
The purpose of this RFI is to assess various system or software capabilities, solutions, and pathways used by large commercial energy end users to collect, manage and leverage energy consumption data from mixed sources, such as those managed by the Port. This RFI also seeks to understand cost expectations for development and implementation of a system or software as well as any on-going costs. The content of this RFI is meant to provide respondents with a general understanding of current and future Port needs with regards to energy data management. The port wishes to emphasize its interest in solutions with the capability to expand functionality adapt as the Port’s needs grow in the future and technologies change.
In view of the stakes involved in the development or creation of a multimodal tariff range, Atoumod seeks assistance from specialised design offices or consulting firms in order to carry out studies and analyses of technical, financial, economic and even legal elements relating to the pricing of mobility.
Continuous air quality monitoring, evaluation and provision of objective information on the state and development of the air pollution situation at the towns and municipalities affected by mining activities in the vicinity of the mining area of Dolů Bílina and Dolů Nástup Tušimice.
The aim of this assignment is to carry out an energy systems study aimed at 2050. The objective of an energy system study is to provide an integrated picture of the possible energy development in energy supply and demand in the future and the desired or necessary development of energy infrastructure. The study aims to provide input for policy lines and the creation and establishment of new energy chains. It concerns a scenario study of Gelderland's energy system in 2050 with 2030 as an intermediate step.
The purpose of this call for tenders is to enable the Committee of the Regions' services to have at their disposal a framework contract for the provision of scientific, legal, documentary and editorial assistance services to the Committee of the Regions' bodies, members, rapporteurs and services. This request for services entrusted to external experts is one of the measures taken to provide members with better services in order to strengthen and enhance the Committee of the Regions' consultative work within the framework of the legislative process. Within the scope of this contract, the CoR would like to use external expertise in the fields relevant for the remits of the Commission for Environment, Climate Change and Energy (‘ENVE commission’).
The purpose of this call for tenders is to enable the European Committee of the Regions' services to have at their disposal a framework contract for the provision of scientific, legal, documentary and editorial assistance services to the European Committee of the Regions' bodies, members, rapporteurs and services. This request for services entrusted to external experts is one of the measures taken to provide members with better services in order to strengthen and enhance the European Committee of the Regions' consultative work within the framework of the legislative process. Within the scope of this contract, the Committee of the Regions would like to use external expertise in the fields relevant for the remits of the Commission for Natural Resources (‘ NAT commission’).
The contract consists of the supply of the application to process environmental data on atmospheric and peripheral emissions (DAHS) to replace the application currently installed at the Virginal Energy Valorisation Unit.
The actions to be carried out are the following: smart tourist destination platform; mobile terminal counting system; people counting system at tourist points; smart parking system; public transport information system; mobile tourist application; information totems at tourist offices; survey system at tourist offices; content manager, and dardware and software infrastructure.
Over the next twelve months we hope to pilot IoT applications involving traffic mitigation, climate, and conservation. These five (5) proof of concept pilots will assist in expanding the City’s sojourn in deploying Smart City technologies. Building this strategy starts by having a conversation with you. We invite you to respond to this Request for Information. Your response will help us determine which pilots to proceed with. You are welcome do provide information on a single goal, multiple goals, or all 5 of our goals. After reviewing all proposals, City staff will reach out to those vendors with the most compelling projects to develop a scope of work and ascertain cost.
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The priorities of this call for proposals are support MSMEs in reducing the environmental impact of their industrial production, improving resource efficiency and adopting circular economy practices and Engaging with consumers on sustainable consumption and production practices.
This project involves the development of a Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan (SUMP) for the City of Nicosia including the City Centre and the greater urban area of Nicosia. The development of the SUMP should be based on the general planning concepts defined by the new ELTIS process (2019) with emphasis on integration, participation and evaluation principles. The vision of the SUMP is the creation of a sustainable city by 2030. In this context, the aim of the SUMP is to satisfy the mobility needs of people and businesses in the study area for a better quality of life guided by the high-level objectives which reflect the objectives of the EU White Paper on Transport, and the supporting SUMP Guidance.
The Hudson River Park Trust (the “Trust") is seeking proposals from qualified consultants with experience in environmental consulting who can assist the Trust in completing environmental review documents, applying for environmental permits, assessing and remediating any discovered hazardous materials, seeking approvals under the New York City Zoning Resolution, and advising on general compliance with federal, state and local environmental laws and regulations as applicable to the Trust or Hudson River Park.
Procurement and delivery of machinery, technological and functional equipment with and without assembly, endowments and intangible assets. Acquisition of consulting services for elaboration of PT and DE. Acquisition of technical assistance services related to the project "Alternative urban mobility system using automatic bicycle rental stations - Iași Velocity".
Transport Infrastructure Ireland is seeking to put in place a single party transport planning framework to provide transport planning, transport economics and planning consultancy services on a range of TII national road and public transport projects including assessment of performance and needs of the existing road and light rail network. The framework will be operated by the Strategic and Transport Planning Section of TII.
The purpose of this RFI is to obtain input, gather knowledge, new ideas, best practices and information from the vendor community regarding the potential procurement of a Mobile ticketing solution or service that provides personalised, engaging and seamless experience to passengers. Also passengers can buy and display mobile tickets using their mobile phone or any other connected device. The solution must be able to retrieve information via APIs from the core Adelaide Fare Collection System.
The Automated Circulator and Connected Pedestrian Safety Program, referred to as the GoMed Program is a comprehensive advanced mobility program that involves the deployment of emergent technologies to create safer and more efficient ways for people to travel to, from, and within the Las Vegas Medical District (LVMD). It includes the deployment of 6 key technologies: Autonomous Transit Vehicles (AVs), smart transit shelters, pedestrian detection, connected vehicles, traveler information, and data hub, dashboard and analytics platform.
The Münchner Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund GmbH (MVV) intends to implement collective dynamic passenger information (DFI) at important points in the MVV regional bus network in cooperation with the regional districts and the municipalities in the current and possibly future integrated area. It is planned to award the contract by lots:
The objective is to have an electric vehicle recharging system for use by professionals, private individuals and the municipal electric fleet, consisting of the following elements: electric vehicle recharging management and administration software; mobile application and web portal aimed at the end user and their interaction with the recharging points; servers and storage; electric vehicle recharging stations; vehicle presence detectors in places reserved for electric vehicle recharging.
The DRIS - bus and tram stop system provides passengers with information about current departure times via displays at the stops. The province currently manages approximately 600 bus stop systems. A number of these have been rolled out at and around Utrecht Central Station in recent years. However, the majority have been under management for more than ten years and are in need of replacement. The province of Utrecht has therefore decided to replace these stop systems. The province of Utrecht, in the field of mobility, intends to conclude a new agreement for this purpose.
The clients want a solution for managing traffic flows (pedestrians, bicycles, public transport and cars) for the various needs counters in the region. With this project, the clients aim to develop a solution for the policy and/or strategic tasks of the needs assessors. This solution consists of a well-organised chain of the following modules under the direction of the market parties: aggregating data, predicting behaviour with that data in order to be able to influence the behaviour of visitors in anticipation or in real time. In addition, the aim is to be able to use the innovative solution more widely within the framework of the scale up project, testing a new way of working to be applied more often for the purpose of economic acceleration.
The Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging (SSPP) Challenge aims to establish the UK as a leading innovator in smart and sustainable plastic packaging for consumer product [...] Your project must aim to help make the plastics packaging supply chain more circular, deliver the targets of the UK Plastics Pact improve on current state-of-the-art plastic packaging, or supply chain data, and embed life cycle thinking and end of life in packaging design and decisions. Your project must demonstrate how it supports the objectives of the plastics pact and delivers systemic change clearly explain how you will reduce the UK plastic packaging system’s overall environmental impact.
The European Commission has launch a €1 billion call for research and innovation projects that respond to the climate crisis and help protect Europe's unique ecosystems and biodiversity. This Green Deal Call differs in important aspects from previous Horizon 2020 calls. Given the urgency of the challenges it addresses, it aims for clear, discernible results in the short to medium-term, but with a perspective of long-term change. There are fewer, but more targeted, larger and visible actions, with a focus on rapid scalability, dissemination and uptake (https://www.clustercollaboration.eu/news/eu1-billion-european-green-deal-call-launched).
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Through two rounds of the DCFC Program, NYSERDA will solicit proposals to develop DCFC Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment (EVSE) in select New York State Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs). Deployment of DCFC infrastructure has been slow to date due to a set of inter-linked barriers such as high installation costs (e.g., equipment, labor, and other soft costs), low utilization, and uncertain future vehicle technology. This program is intended to reduce the cost of purchasing and installing DCFC EVSE for use in New York State and ultimately accelerate EV adoption.
The Public Health Programme is interested in receiving applications using a range of, potentially innovative, designs and methods to evaluate the impacts of interventions that affect indoor air quality on health and health inequalities. We are interested in all forms of indoor space, though researchers are reminded that the remit of the PHR Programme is for non-NHS and non-therapeutic interventions.
Croydon Council will consider proposals for the installation of 4G/5G Small Cells from Code Operators seeking to deploy their technology in Croydon.
Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is issuing a call for proposals (CFP) on behalf of Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) and participating departments, seeking innovative solutions to address a wide range of challenges facing federal departments and agencies. The purpose of this CFP is to create various pools of potential solutions that Canada may select from to address the challenges.
USAID’s Office of Global Climate Change (GCC) within the Bureau for Economic Growth, Education and Environment (E3), in cooperation with USAID regional bureaus and selected Missions, developed this BAA for Sustainable Landscapes to improve the Agency’s ability to assist partner countries in solving complex challenges that threaten sustainable development. This BAA seeks to engage with a wide range of actors to develop and provide innovative interventions that further USAID’s commitments to assisting partner countries on their Journey to Self-Reliance through protecting the environment and natural resources and promoting sustainable development and livelihoods in ways that reduce land-based greenhouse gas emissions or increase long-term carbon sequestration at scale. Interventions should offer significant promise for conserving, managing, and/or restoring ecosystems and productive lands in developing countries through one or more levers that address the key threats and drivers that influence GHG emissions and carbon sequestration in the land sector.
NYSERDA invites concept proposals for innovative market strategies that have the potential to accelerate uptake or increase the value proposition of energy efficiency, distributed energy resources, or related clean energy solutions. The goal of this program is to identify and fund projects demonstrating promising approaches to scaling clean energy and efficiency adoption in New York State.
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