eC2: Development of a Study on the Establishment of the Klokot Spring Cross-Border Sanitary Protection Zones

Deadline: 15-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

A Study on the Spring Sanitary Protection Zones is needed to mitigate against the sourcesbalkans of pollution and the World Bank (the Bank) has been requested by the relevant Governments to carry it out. To do so, in compliance with the requirements of the eligible BETF and RETF activities, the Bank will hire a consultant company (the Consultant) to prepare the Study while monitoring and coordinating the activities of the latter with those carried out by the beneficiary countries, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia, and their consultants, including a Steering Board and a Study Implementation Team. The consultant will prepare the Study to help the beneficiary countries identify the effective sanitary protection measures for the springs to prevent groundwater pollution (the quantitative and qualitative features), and to share with them relevant recommendations for the monitoring of the groundwater in the relevant areas in the future, with the aim of allowing a timely identification of the eventual water quality deterioration in the catchment area.

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eC2:Consulting Services for Design and Development of a Transport Data Management System to Monitor Corridor Performance

Deadline: 08-Sep-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

KUTEI (Kabul Urban Transport Effciency Improvment)

The project will finance consulting services for the design and initial implementation of the TDMS on Corridor Vc (prototype version). The project includes refining the design based on the implementation experience and developing a master plan for rolling out the system in the Western Balkans. The roll out of the TDMS system will constitute the second phase of this project and is not part of the scope of this activity. The TDMS will utilize a combination of data from computerized sources (such as vehicle tracking systems) and manual reports from various data providers.

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