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Finland-Helsinki: Engineering services
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://www.hel.fi/kaupunkiymparisto/fi/
Section II: Object
Transport planning, research and expert services
The urban environment sector of the City of Helsinki (subsequently the subscriber) will set up a dynamic purchasing system within which the subscriber will be provided with transport planning, research and specialist services.
The dynamic purchasing system is divided into the following areas:
HARD CHEESE [...] 1. Traffic modelling
HARD CHEESE [...] 2. Transport system design
HARD CHEESE [...] 3. General traffic planning
HARD CHEESE [...] 4. Road safety projects
HARD CHEESE [...] 5. Development of traffic light plans
HARD CHEESE [...] 6. Traffic calculations
HARD CHEESE [...] 7. Surveys.
Candidates may submit a request to participate in one or more areas.
The dynamic purchasing system has a two-step approach. In the first stage, a dynamic purchasing system shall be set up in accordance with the provisions of the restricted procedure. In the second stage, the subscriber conducts internal competitive tendering procedures between the candidates who have joined the dynamic purchasing system.
Section 1: Traffic modelling
Requests for participation per subject within the sub-region shall be allowed.
This sub-area includes research into the transport system, traffic flow and traffic flow by modelling. The different modes of transport (car, public transport, bicycle, walking and other modes of transport) are dealt with separately and as a whole.
The sub-area includes the following items:
Preparation of traffic forecasts
Preparation of fitness checks.
The sites may include transport and system impact assessment, transport system level planning, public transport line planning, project assessment, performance reviews, planning and optimisation of future traffic light programming and accessibility assessment.
The invitation to tender for a dynamic purchasing system may include both traffic forecasts and performance reviews or only one of them.
The scope of the mandate may take the form of an overall review of an urban-level area or a restricted area. The mandate may include modelling, evaluation and analysis of different years and options. It may also include the development and calibration of the models to be used.
Assignments may involve interactions with interested parties, workshops or the use of other methods of interaction and the reporting of results.
The subscriber may shorten or extend the duration of the dynamic purchasing system by publishing a contract notice.
Any additional procurement possibilities shall be specified in the invitation to tender for a dynamic purchasing system.
Section 2: Transport system design
This includes studies on all modes of transport such as walking, cycle transport, public transport, distribution, car transport and other modes of transport. The different modes of transport can be dealt with separately and/or as a whole.
It will also include accessibility assessment, performance reviews and design and optimisation of future traffic light programming.
Transport and transport system impact assessment
Design of the transport system level
Line planning for public transport
Preparation of strategic plans, programmes and exploratory studies, such as the development and comparison of networked plans;
Development of car and wheel parking (service to be procured as of 1.6.2020)
Development of city logistics.
The invitation to tender for a dynamic purchasing system may include one or more subjects.
The review of the mandate may take the form of an overall review of an urban-level area or a restricted area. Assignments may involve interactions with interested parties, workshops or the use of other methods of interaction and the reporting of results.
Section 3: General traffic planning
The component covers projects of varying sizes. The terms of reference of the sub-region shall draw up a general plan or sub-plans for the transport project, setting out in general terms the project’s design principles, street and traffic arrangements and assessing the impact, costs and feasibility of the project.
The sub-area includes the following targets for transport solutions for different modes of transport:
Other modes of transport
The sub-area may also include reviews to refine the general plan on the following subjects:
Railway (tramway, metro and railway)
Preparation of project cost estimates
Project assessment and transport modelling of the master plan
Fitness Checks of the Master Plan’s Transport Solutions.
The scope of the mandate may take the form of an overall review of an urban-level area or a restricted area. Assignments may involve interactions with interested parties, workshops or the use of other methods of interaction and the reporting of results.
Section 4: Road safety projects
This sub-area takes into account all modes of road and rail transport and is treated together or separately.
The sub-area shall comprise the following items:
Road Safety Overviews
Reduced road safety plans for the demarcated area
Development of road safety planning principles, development programmes and guidelines.
The mandates may also include an assessment of the costs of the measures as well as prioritisation. Orders may also include off-road visits, such as observation, inventory or video descriptions.
Section 5: Development of traffic light plans
The subject of the contract is the preparation of traffic light plans. On the basis of the planning documents to be produced, the equipment manufacturer shall be able to programme the traffic light control instruments. All planning documents shall be provided in a standardised electronic format.
This sub-area includes the planning of traffic lights as a whole, including:
— Preparation of timing charts
— establishment of a timetable for the selection of programmes;
— Preparation of the changeover time table
— Planning of team functions
— Planning of the operation of detection logics
— Design of interconnection and timing through SYVARI programming
— Programming of public transport and forced fire brigade benefits
—Preparation of station plans for traffic lights;
—Involvement on the terrain in the introduction of traffic lights.
The contract may also come from non-Helsinki city. This is a work on the streets of the city and the contract is carried out by a contractor who has been put out to tender by the city.
Section 6: Traffic calculations
Calculations for motor vehicle traffic
Calculation of cycling traffic
Orders may include individual objects (e.g. crossing or street) or larger territorial entities (e.g. station and central areas). Calculations may take the form of short-term (e.g. a few hours or days) sampling calculations or longer periods.
Traffic calculations can be carried out using different methods, e.g. manual calculations or devices based on different techniques (e.g. radar, induction loop, hose plate, machine vision, infrared). The scope and level of requirements of orders vary from order to order.
The mandate may include the preparation of a work or study plan, the collection of data and the analysis and reporting of results, or only some of the above. The mandate may also include a kick-off meeting, a final meeting and a necessary number of interim meetings in a location defined by the subscriber.
The way in which results are reported depends on the nature of the study. However, the results must be produced in such a way that they can be processed by the software available to the City of Helsinki.
The documentation and results shall be made available to the subscriber in electronic form. The format of the file shall be specified by the subscriber on an order-by-order basis. The information provided shall contain a description of what it contains. The subscriber shall specify the layout of the results for each order.
Section 7: Surveys
Opinions on transport
Morbidity and journey log studies.
For example, various surveys (telephone, roadside or online survey) can be used to investigate mobility habits and transport-related opinions.
The mandate may include the preparation of a work or study plan, the collection of data and the analysis and reporting of results, or only some of the above. The mandate may also include a kick-off meeting, a final meeting and a necessary number of interim meetings in a location defined by the subscriber. The way in which results are reported depends on the nature of the study. However, the results must be produced in such a way that they can be processed by the software available to the City of Helsinki.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Requirements as defined in the procurement documents.
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
Internet address: http://www.oikeus.fi/markkinaoikeus