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TD invites tenders for Procurement cum Management, Operation and Maintenance of New Generation of Parking Meter System
     The Transport Department (TD) today (October 26) invited tenders for Contracts for Procurement cum Management, Operation and Maintenance of New Generation of Parking Meter System (PMOM Contract). 
     Two PMOM contracts, covering urban areas (including Hong Kong Island and Kowloon) and the New Territories respectively, will be awarded by the TD. The duration of contracts will be 11 years (including one year for system development and 10 years for management, operation and maintenance services).
     The invitation to tender was gazetted today. Forms of tenders and further particulars can be obtained during office hours at the Transport Facilities Management Section of the TD at Room 1002, 10/F, Rumsey Street Multi-storey Carpark Building, 2 Rumsey Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. Tender submissions should be placed in the Government Secretariat Tender Box situated at the Lobby of the Public Entrance on the Ground Floor of East Wing of the Central Government Offices, 2 Tim Mei Avenue, Tamar, Hong Kong before noon on December 21, 2018 (Friday).
     The new generation of parking meter system is one of the Smart Mobility initiatives set out in the Smart City Blueprint for Hong Kong. The new parking meters will support multiple payment means including remote payment through mobile applications, be equipped with vehicle sensors to detect whether a parking space is occupied, and provide real-time information to assist motorists in finding vacant parking spaces. The installation of the the new parking meters to replace the existing ones is expected to commence progressively from 2019/20.
     At present, some 9 800 parking meters accepting only Octopus cards for payment of parking fees are installed across the territory to control around 18 000 on-street parking spaces. These parking meters, which have been in use since 2003/04, will soon approach the end of their serviceable life and need to be replaced.
Ends/Friday, October 26, 2018
Issued at HKT 11:31
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