The Moree On Demand Public Transport pilot commenced on 26 November 2018 and has proved to be very popular amongst the community of Moree, including both residents and visitors. The take up of the service during the pilot period has demonstrated that On Demand Public Transport can provide personalised and meaningful public transport options that are utilised by the community.
Based on the success of the Moree On Demand pilot it has been determined that an ongoing service will be established for the provision of the public transport service in Moree. The current pilot will continue until such time as the ongoing on demand service commences.
TfNSW is seeking Proposals that provide outstanding customer outcomes and value for money. A key element of this will be the provision of flexibility and mobility in the transport offering.
Respondents to this RFP should use the operational data provided from the Moree on demand pilot to enable the creation of innovative and customer focused Proposals to:
Provide end to end transport solutions for customers to meet customer transport needs in Moree for both residents and visitors;
Deliver an efficient solution that uses systems/processes to maximise the number of people using the transport service in an efficient manner;
Deliver value for money transport outcomes for the NSW Government
Transport for NSW seeks Proposals for the supply of on demand public transport services in the Moree area for a period of 3 years and up to one extension of 1 year ie 3 years + 1.
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