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BUS UNIFIED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE (BUS-USA)

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Bid Information


Bid Alert No: 00000420423

Bid Title: BUS UNIFIED SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE (BUS-USA)

Agency Bid No. Title: MTA-OPS-15-071-EQ

Received Date: 11/18/2015

Close Date: 11/30/2015

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Installation Required, Samples Required, Bid Bond Required:

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:The MTA owns and operates a fleet of 800 fixed route buses (exclusive of commuter buses) which have beenacquired via multiple procurement cycles. Early acquisitions were retrofitted with CAD/AVL, APC, AVM,OBVSS, and PA/AVA systems. Later acquisitions came equipped from the manufacturer or were installed onsiteprior to bus acceptance. Likewise, the systems that were installed on the buses over the years vary inversion, components, configurations, applicability, and capability. In addition, the buses themselves vary inconfiguration, model, and style as would be expected over a period of many years.The primary purpose of this procurement is to provide MTA with a fleet of buses that are consistent with regardto Intelligent Transportation System features and functions and Communications interfaces and capabilities.Under this contract, 708 buses shall be impacted from model years 2004-2016 as showing in Table 1 in Section18. In addition, the Contractor shall optionally outfit 28 Supervisor Vehicles and 11 non-revenue vehicles withCAD/AVL capabilities. A summary of work for each model year is provided in Section 18, Table 1. Initially,the system shall be installed to support the new Baltimore Link service supporting 200 vehicles. All 708 busesshall be fully equipped at Final System Acceptance for full data exchange and voice communications with thenew fixed end system provided under this contract.The system shall be expandable up to 2000 vehicles to include any vehicle designated by the MTA in the future.This shall include but not be limited to buses, police vehicles, maintenance vehicles, supervisor vehicles,paratransit vehicles, light rail vehicles, heavy rail vehicles, money trucks, and commuter bus vehicles. Thesystem shall support power-up and pull-out of 2000 vehicles in a one hour period.In the context of this section, a Controller is an employee in the BOCC interacting with the Bus-USA

Product Codes: 20855, 83845, 05512, 05535

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: Maryland Transit Administration

State: Maryland

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Anna Lansaw, Office of Procurement Metro Rail Division, 5801 Wabash Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, 21215

Phone: 410-454-7895

Fax: 410-454-7892

Email: alansaw3@mta.maryland.gov

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