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SOFTWARE UPGRADE FOR A TRAFFIC SIGNAL PRIORITY SYSTEM (TSP)

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Bid Alert No: 00000496506

Bid Title: SOFTWARE UPGRADE FOR A TRAFFIC SIGNAL PRIORITY SYSTEM (TSP)

Agency Bid No. Title: 00000600

Received Date: 02/26/2016

Close Date: 03/17/2016

Purchase Type: Not Stated

Delivery Point:

Delivery Date: Not Stated

Special Notices: Pre-Bid Conference Optional 03/09/2016 09:00 AM

Specifications

Specifications include, but are not limited to:The City of Alexandria, Virginia, is an urban community of 15.75 square miles with the2014 Census estimate population of 150,575. With its stable residential neighborhoods,its historic districts, and its close proximity to Washington, D.C., the City continues toattract new residents, tourists, and businesses.The City maintains over two hundred (200) lane miles of roadway, over two hundredfifty (250) traffic signals and manages their own transit bus system, DASH. TheWashington Metropolitan Transit Authority (WMATA) operates bus service as well asthe Yellow and Blue line subway routes through the City. Although the City is anindependent City, the transportation system and traffic must be managed on a regionalscale.In February 2010, the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) awarded aTransportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant to theWashington Council of Government (MWCOG) for Priority Bus Transit in the NationalCapital Region. Priority Bus Transit in the Capital program contains sixteen (16) separateprojects spread throughout the metropolitan area in the District of Columbia, Virginia andMaryland.This project is part of the Washington Metropolitan Areas TIGER grant project whichprovides priority bus transit along the Citys transit corridors. To ensure operation acrossjurisdictional boundaries the region has standardized on using Clever Devices IVNequipment on the transit vehicles and Global Traffic Technologies (GTT) equipment atthe local traffic signals. The onboard IVN equipment communicates to the GTTequipment at the traffic signals and to the Clever Devices fleet management system atWMATA through cellular communications. WMATA procured the technology to beused on this project in coordination with all of the local impacted governmental agencies.The goal of the technology is to enable public buses from multiple agencies to operateTSP across jurisdictional boundaries with one platform. The scope of this project doesnot include emergency vehicle preemption.

Product Codes: 20800, 20900

Agency Information


Issuing Agency: City of Alexandria

State: Virginia

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Michael F. Hauer, Procurement Department 100 North Pitt Street, Suite 301, Alexandria, Virginia, 22314

Phone: 703-746-4295

Fax: 703-838-6493

Email: procurement@alexandriava.gov

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