The Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Swiss Confederation encourages potential investors to consider the possibility of participating in the implementation of the project “Implementation of an electronic information system collection of fees from trucks and buses”
The Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic to the Swiss Confederation encourages potential investors to consider the possibility of participating in the implementation of the project indicated below.
The Public-Private Partnership Center under the Ministry of Economy and Commerce of the Kyrgyz Republic plans to announce a tender for the selection of a private partner for the project “Implementation of an electronic information system collection of fees from trucks and buses”
Description of the project
The collection system detection infrastructure will display 42 control points, 2 IS user service centers, one of them will be combined with a separate service for freight traffic on public highways. IS will be changed to freight transport on public roads using global navigation technologies (GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, etc.). Depending on the speed of freight transport, the IS calculates and registers the electronic collection of the fee, and also charges fines to road users for violating the weight and size parameters of vehicles. 42 control points there is an automatic control of compliance with state standards of vehicles It is assumed that funds from the collection from trucks and buses will be accumulated in a separate treasury account of the Ministry of Finance of the Kyrgyz Republic. Part of the funds will be directed to the exclusion of investments made by the Private Partner, the rest to the repair and maintenance of international transport roads.
After the selection of the Private Partner, it is planned to initiate draft decisions of the representatives of the Kyrgyz Republic on the targeted collection of funds from the collection. To analyze the services for the operation of the country's roads, PPP as a model of long-term and mutually beneficial cooperation between the state and business can be the beginning of the process of implementing socially significant problems. The introduction of an information system for collecting fees will increase the financing of the road industry by 20%. In turn, the increase in funding will have a positive impact on the quality of roads and will provide services for traffic accidents on the roads.
For more information, please contact the Embassy of the Kyrgyz Republic in the Swiss Confederation, and also read the information in the attached file.