Ernst & Young
Types of services
The Joint Union for Dedicated Lane Public Transport in Martinique and the Martinique Region have decided to implement a public transport system throughout the urban area of Fort-de-France.
Long of 13.9 km, the BRT line will include 18 stations, 2 hubs with park and ride facilities, and a maintenance workshop. At commissioning, the rolling stock fleet will consist of fourteen, 24 m long bi-articulated hybrid vehicles.
- Diagnosis and audit of the project
- Assisting in cost control, budget monitoring, funding issues, including the Grand European Project
- Assisting in financial engineering and legal advising
- Assisting in deadline management
- Proposing the legal and financial set-up for the studies, work and operation contacts.
- Assisting in communication activities
- Advising on the selection of rolling stock, intermodal hubs and operating principles
- Technical assistance during design and construction phases up to the BRT commissioning: supervision of contractors, engineers and service providers, follow-up reports, technical expertise
- Assistance during the award of a Public-Private Partnership contract for the design, construction and maintenance: drafting the contract, tendering procedure, negotiation, preferred bidder award.
- PPP contract management up to commissioning
The BRT is inserted in an area where several public transport networks coexist without a common organizing authority (urban buses, intercity buses and taxis). Issues of urban integration and intermodal hubs are mostly complex.