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Transportation (DOT)
Office of Health and Mental Health
New York City Department of Transportation, Office of the Chief Contracting Officer, 55 Water Street, 8th Floor, Room 826, New York, NY 10041
Ajay Patel
phone: (212) 839-9295
fax: (212) 839-4241
Services (other than human services)
Competitive Sealed Bids

PIN#84120MB - Due: 2/6/2020 12:00 AM

The New York City Department of Transportation (NYCDOT or Department) invites interested parking, technology, mobility providers and related entities to participate in a “Parking Innovation Industry Day” to be held at NYCDOT Headquarters at 55 Water Street, New York, NY 10041, Ground Floor Bid Room, on February 6, 2020 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM.

NYCDOT is seeking to engage the parking industry, technology industry and related entities to help inform NYCDOT on the availability and vision of future hardware, software and technical solutions that address the Department’s unique curbside operations and environmental requirements, as well as larger strategic transportation goals. The Parking Innovation Industry Day is designed for Departmental staff to examine different solutions and services currently available to manage the curb, as well as gain insight into the next generation of curbside technologies and approaches that are being envisioned by the industry. Our goal is to understand how to best leverage such concepts, ideas and technologies beyond traditional parking related approaches. Accordingly, NYCDOT’s areas of focus includes, but are not limited to:

• Mobile Payment platforms, as well as the associated value- added functionality that such platforms may provide for parking and other curb activities for both customers and the Department;
• Methods of data collection in assessing curb performance and activity, such as video or time-lapse;
• Data collection, aggregation, analysis and business intelligence solutions from payment, parking occupancy or data streams from parking and other mobility services;
• Data management solutions and processes that allow for the ability to determine occupancy and dynamic pricing in real or near-real time;
• Specialized parking management programs and projects for both passenger and commercial (freight) activity;
• Innovative asset-light parking solutions that minimize the reliance on hardware or management;
• Non-motorized curb management solutions, including space allocation for cargo bikes, EV or other special uses etc. as well as the means for permitting, identification and enforcement:
• Development of “virtualized permits” and the deployment of an integrated parking management system and related programs;
• Parking and ground transportation policy development and analytics; and
• Enforcement and innovative curb management and monitoring techniques.
In order to be invited and for eventual registration, interested parties must contact Ajay Patel at ACCO’s Office (212-839-9295) or email

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