Study of Demand, Business Model, Functional and Basic Design of Corridors and Stations in the BRT System of Dar es Salaam – Tanzania

Development of a BRT system for Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, including planning, road design, architecture design, business plan, institutional studies, operational control, and smart-card payment system.

  • Social-economic and land use studies for an area of influence of 1.2 million people
  • Study of the current transportation system
  • Traffic surveys and counts
  • Demand analysis: current, projections and simulations
  • Study of alternative routes
  • Integration with VLTs, metro and other bus systems
  • Survey of rolling stock, analysis of environmental impact, and resettlement action plan
  • Detailed design of corridors, urban upgrading and bicycle path routes
  • Land surveying and earth moving projects
  • Hydrological, geological and geotechnical studies
  • Geometric design (sidewalk and lane widths, etc,)
  • Bicycle paths and station design
  • Operational control center, depots, workshops and administration, with micro simulation of major intersections
  • Road signage design for vehicles and pedestrians
  • Urban upgrades and landscaping
  • Operational plan
  • Cost estimates and implementation timeline
  • Feasibility analysis
  • Bid documents