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Published on : Wednesday, November 27, 2013
The contract, in the amount of $1,094,218 (taxes included), entails preparatory studies and writing of technical requirements to help identify options for the operation of intelligent transportation systems, lighting systems, and electronic tolling systems for the new bridge for the St. Lawrence.
The intelligent transportation systems will incorporate various information and communication technologies that will give road users an efficient, safe and sustainable transportation network. They will also help users travel quickly and safely by informing them of any delay or other situation that may impact their travel. These systems will additionally enable a continuous flow of goods.
The preparatory studies will include the following:
The work also includes:
Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) managed the procurement process for this contract and ensured that it was carried out in a manner that was competitive and fair, resulting in the best value for Canadian taxpayers. A fairness monitor oversaw the procurement process and PWGSC’s integrity measures were applied.
On October 5, 2011, the Government of Canada announced that it would build new infrastructure to replace the Champlain Bridge. This bridge is one of the busiest in Canada, with $20 billion worth of international trade crossing it every year. It is a crucial corridor for the regional economy and for Canada as a whole. The project also meets the objectives of Canada’s gateway strategies.
Source:- Transport Canada