Hampshire County Council wants to engage with providers of Mobility hubs, to create space designed specifically to house public transport alongside, active and shared mobility modes whilst improving the public realm.
The redesign and reallocation of space from the private car, is intended to enhance the experience of travellers as well as benefiting local residents and businesses. They can be a mix of Mobility and Non Mobility related infrastructures.
Interested providers are asked to register on the Council's tendering portal https://in-tendhost.co.uk/hampshire/aspx/Home
In-Tend correspondence should be used to notify the Council of delegates' names and contact details, so that an invite can be sent for the online engagement event which is scheduled to take place at 2pm - 4pm on the 11th August 2022.
If your organisation is not registered on the Hampshire In-tend portal, please go to the website stated above and click on the 'Register' tab - registration is free.
Logging into In-Tend (once registered)- To view this opportunity please click on 'Tenders' then 'Current' and then scroll down to the project - Eastleigh Mobility Hub and Southampton Parkway Travel Hub - Market Engagement- Selecting 'View Details' on the relevant opportunity - Clicking the 'Express Interest' tab- Following the on-screen instructions- There is al so a document 'Soft Market Testing Questionnaire Annex - Location Images available via the Synopsis button
We recommend that you refer to the e-tendering guidance for suppliers which can be found by clicking on 'Information for Suppliers' at the top of the In-Tend home page.
All communication should be via the Correspondence function on the project.