OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE,
PROVISIONING & LOGISTICS:
( AN ISO 9001 : 2000 UNIT )
5, RAJPUR ROAD, DELHI-110054
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORM
LAST DATE: 11.02.2008
BY 11.00 A.M.
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST
FOR Intelligent Traffic System
Delhi Police invites “Expression of Interest” for qualification from reputed and expert
Companies/Joint Ventures/Consortium of Companies having experience of providing I.T.
solutions, for extension/installation of Traffic Monitoring System which shall have below
(a) Service providing scheme
(b) Outright purchase scheme
It is reiterated that only such companies having successfully provided comprehensive
Traffic related I.T. Solutions in major cities globally will be considered for pre-qualification.
EXISTING I.T. SOLUTIONS AVAILABLE WITH DELHI TRAFFIC POLICE
(2) TRAFFIC MONITORING SYSTEM
(3) RED LIGHT & SPEED CHECK CAMERA
(4) MOBILE TRAFFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT VAN
SCOPE OF WORK
In view of the forthcoming Commonwealth Games 2010, Delhi Traffic Police proposes to
provide I.T. Solutions for traffic management particularly on the important roads and at the
intersections numbering about 200 to start with. I.T.S. must carry the following:-
(1) Day & Night „On Line‟ monitoring of traffic at the intersections and on the roads on
24 x 7 x 365 basis. This includes installation of IP based cameras ( either PTZ or
(2) Analytical software for analyzing video receipt from the camera for definite incident
detection and help in its management.
(3) The camera should be intelligent and should have the capacity of reading the
registration (APNR) number in Indian conditions.
(4) Capability of enforcement of traffic laws and rules which may include enforcement
against speeding, red light jumping, lane violations, stop line violations etc.
(5) Communication of useful messages information to the motorists through installation
of VMS, GSM, internet etc.
(6) Identification of disaster/road emergencies and response thereon.
(7) Digitalized location of the Traffic Police and other resources to deal with such
(8) Setting up of centralized command & control centre with facility of “On Line” real
time display on “Video Wall” slides.
(9) Generation of various statistics and incident management reports.
(10) Integration of existing sub system i.e. ATC, TMS, VMS, RL&SC.
(11) The video wall should be able to indicate:-
a) Volume of traffic on the roads.
b) Flagging of accidents etc.
c) Availability of traffic police vehicles on GPS and vehicle tracking system.
d) Any other information of traffic violation.
(12) Red Light Speed Cameras.
Delhi Traffic Police performs the following responsibilities for the smooth flow of
traffic in Delhi:-
(1) Ensuring smooth & safe flow of traffic in city.
(2) Effective enforcement of traffic laws/rules/regulations.
(3) Inculcating a sense of discipline amongst road users.
(4) Educating the public including school children on road safety.
(5) Preventing and reducing road accidents.
Delhi Police in order to solve the problems of congestion, traffic accidents, inefficient
logistics etc. proposes to use state of the art ITS using a broad range of information
technologies, communication based information, control and digital technologies, display
technologies etc. to achieve the objectives of Delhi Traffic Police to have an holistic approach to
solve the problem and making the traffic of Delhi smooth and safe for all categories of road
users. The proposed ITS will not only add state-of-the-art systems but also integrate various
existing sub systems like Area Traffic Control System, Traffic Monitoring System, Traffic Signals,
Variable Message Signs, Red Speed Camera Systems etc.
Common Wealth Games are being held in October, 2010 in Delhi. In order to ensure &
monitor the movement of athletes, games family etc and the City traffic. It is proposed to
install the I.T.S. technologies/facilities on major roads & areas of Delhi. There are number of
road events like cycling, marathon & walkathon etc. requiring close online monitoring. Athletes
and games family would be provided dedicated lane to ensure hassle free moment from village
near Akshardham Temple NH-24 to stadiums in Delhi, training venues , hotels & other places of
tourist interest. Major Roads as per Appendix-I and its adjoining area are required to be
covered under this I.T.S. Scheme.
Broadly, Delhi Traffic Police expects/ requires this I.T.S. to deliver the following:-
i) On line seemless monitoring of the traffic on roads & intersections.
ii) Detailed incident detection & its management.
iii) Enforcement of traffic laws/rules such as speed, Red Light Violation etc.
iv) Automatic Plate Number Reader.
v) Outprint through Variable Message Signs.
vi) Integration of existing sub system/system.
vii) Centralized Command and Control Centre.
viii) Other byproducts of the system.
ix) Location of response/resources on GIS Map.
x) Volume of traffic on the roads.
xi) Red Light Speed Cameras.
The Delhi Traffic Police further like to use the tools of Information and
Communication Technology to implement a common and centralized platform to consolidate
data from various sub system of traffic and centralizes the traffic control and incident
management system for the important roads. This highly intelligent and autonomous system
shall enable all the individual traffic systems to operate collaboratively and seamlessly to
manage major traffic incidents that have wider impact on the road network.
The project envisages:-
(a) A study of the existing processes and pilots.
(b) Creation of an ITS blue print and roadmap.
(c) Mapping international best practices in ITS with local requirements & customization.
(d) Selection and customization of global ITS technologies
(e) Setting up of ITS infrastructure and applications
(f) Support and management of ITS systems
(g) Growth of ITS systems aligned with traffic police requirements and plans.
(h) Integration of existing sub-systems to proposed system.
2 Pre-qualification Criteria: Company/ Joint Venture (JV)/ Consortium of companies
that are eligible to apply should meet the following criteria.
2.1 The Company/JV/ Consortium of companies should either be an Indian Company or
have an Indian company as leading partner.
2.2 In case of JV/ Consortium, it can have a maximum of four members. In addition, total
stake of Indian Co./Cos. in JV/ Consortium to be 50% or more with management control
in JV in Indian Co‟s hand and with Indian Citizen.
2.3 The Company/JV/ Consortium of companies must be well established in the area of
computer technology, video surveillance and the communication network management.
2.4 The Company/leading partner in case of JV/ Consortium of companies should have at
least one technical maintenance and support base in Delhi.
2.5 Company/JV/ Consortium of companies should have sufficient technical expertise and
requisite experience to develop and implement customized IT applications.
2.6 Company/JV/Consortium of companies should have successfully implemented at least
one major project of similar nature in a large city.
3. SCOPE OF WORK:
3.1 Objectives: The Intelligent Traffic System must cover the following :-
a. Live Monitoring of the traffic at intersections & roads.
b. Managing Traffic Operations
c. Integrated Operator Console
d. Incident Detection and Management
e. Traffic Simulation for impact analysis etc.
f. VIP Vehicle Tracking and route management
g. Central Command & Control Centre
h. Real time Video Wall display with GIS map connectivity for showing congestion level,
accident location, Location of resources etc.
i. Integration of existing traffic sub-systems (ATC, VMS, TMS, Red Speed Camera
3.2 Existing Infrastructure in Delhi Traffic Police
3.2.1 The National Capital Territory of Delhi is spread out over an area of 1483 Sq Km with an
elaborate road network of approximately 31083 Kms which includes five National
Highways and other important arterial roads. There are 701 signalized traffic junctions
out of which 100 junctions are managed through SCOOT Based Area Traffic Control
The other signalized junctions are currently either fixed time VTMS controller based or
vehicle actuated traffic signalized junctions.
458 minor traffic junctions have been fitted with Traffic blinkers.
100 signalized junctions are managed through real time on line SCOOT based Area
Traffic Control System.
There are 07 Traffic Signals which are vehicle actuated signals 38 Pelican Signals with a
facility of VTMS & S-32 type of controllers.
15 intersections are covered by red light and speed check cameras and 09 junctions are
fitted with 10 PTZ cameras and 26 fixed cameras.
There are 3 fixed Variable Message Sign Boards and 06 Nos.Road Diasaster
3.2.2 The NCT of Delhi is divided into 3 Ranges, 10 Districts and further sub divided into 39
Traffic Circles for administrative purposes. There is a Central Traffic Control Room at
one location and a separate Control Room for the SCOOT based Area Traffic Control
System and a Control Room for Traffic Monitoring System. The Central Control Room is
a communication hub which uses conventional & Trunked wireless and telephone
facilities to communicate with field officers. There is a dedicated Computer Centre
coordinating all the IT related activities of Delhi Traffic Police.
3.2.3 Bidders interested in getting more information are advised to visit Delhi Traffic Police
websites at http://www.delhitrafficpolice.nic.in. They can visit Control Room of T.M.S. &
Computer Centre for I.T. relates activities.
3.3 Functional Requirement
3.3.1 The proposed system shall cover all the above said equipment.
3.3.2 There system shall have a provision to monitor and control at the regional and Central
Traffic Control Room.
3.3.3 The bidder shall propose the most suitable Integrated System solutions.
3.3.4 Generation of various MIS reports including exception reports as per the requirement of
Delhi Traffic Police.
3.3.5 Development of an effective network to provide 100% uptime for the entire links. In
case one-network control unit fails alternate path should be created so that the system
works without any break.
3.3.6 The system should be designed in a manner that operational data is not lost in case of
any failure of equipment or communication network.
3.3.7 Training of Technical Staff on the operation and maintenance of the proposed system
hardware and software.
3.3.8 Provision of suitable disaster recovery mechanism.
3.3.9 The functional requirement is only indicative. The system vendor shall quote for latest
system available at a time submitting the quotation.
4. Expression of Interest document should cover the following:
4.1 Core business areas of operation, number of years in the business, ownership and
organizational structure of the Company/Joint Venture Consortium of companies.
4.2 Client references and brief details of the similar projects.
4.3 Audited financial statement for the last 3 years showing financial capability.
4.4 A suggested revenue model for generation funds to meet 100% cost of implementation,
operation and maintenance of the proposed system.
4.5 Schematic diagram of the proposed system
4.6 Flow chart for control applications
4.7 Approach paper for the proposed project.
4.8 Any other relevant information.
5. CONFIDENTIALITY: The vendor shall not disclose to any one, any confidential
information marked as confidential and is communicated or made available or accessible
by the Vendor during execution of the work.
6. OWNERSHIP: Ownership of data: Delhi Traffic Police will own the data, application and
its source code whatsoever including supporting classes, modules, etc.
7. REPORTS: The Company will provide all reports to Delhi Traffic Police or any other
agency designated by Delhi Traffic Police on specified frequency i.e. Daily, Weekly,
Monthly, Yearly or as specified.
8. A briefing meeting will be held at Police Control Room, Conference Room, 3rd Floor
Police Headquarters, M.S.O. Building, I.P. Estate, New Delhi on 14.1.2008 at 3.00 PM,
wherein the requirements of Delhi Traffic Police will be explained in detail. The
interested companies may send their representatives in the meeting.
9. After review of the expression of interest, short list will be prepared and short-listed
vendors will be invited to submit their proposals under two-bid system.
10. The Expression of Interest shall be put by interested bidders in a box placed at the
reception of the office of undersigned at 5, Rajpur Road, Delhi – 110054 by or before
11.00 AM on 11.02.2008. The box will be opened at 11.30 AM same day. If the said
date of opening is declared a holiday the box will be opened on the next working day at
the same time but will be sealed on due date and time. The participating firms or their
representatives are at liberty to attend the proceedings of opening of the Expression of
11. After opening the bid for „Expression of Interest‟, the participating firms shall be required
to give power point presentation and live demonstration of the proposed system at a
short notice of 15 days. Therefore the agencies are advised to prepare themselves with
the system well in advance.
12. Delhi Police reserves the right to accept or reject any or all responses without assigning
any reasons thereof.
13. The short-listed firms shall be required to deposit Earnest Money alongwith their
technical bid to further participate in bid process. The amount of EMD shall be fixed by
Delhi Police, which may be upto 5% of the estimated cost.
14. The finally selected bidder shall be required to deposit Contract Performance Bank
Guarantee at the time of signing of the Contract that may be 10% of the Contract Value.
15. In case of any dispute/differences, the company can be called for negotiation on the
table to patch up the matter amicably.
16. No advance payment shall be made.
17. Copy of terms & conditions duly signed by the bidder as a token of acceptance of the
same shall be attached with the proposal.
DEPUTY COMMISSIONER OF POLICE
PROV. & LOGISTICS, DELHI
Format of Application Form
(On applicant Company/leading company‟s Letterhead)
The Deputy Commissioner of Police,
Provisioning & Logistics,
5, Rajpur Road, Delhi-110054.
Sub: Expression of Interest for the Intelligent Traffic System.
This has reference to the advertisement that was published in the Hindustan Times (English)
dated 1.1.2008 and Nav Bharat Times (Hindi) dated 1.1.2008 for providing Intelligent Traffic
System for Delhi Traffic Police. We are interested in submitting our Expression of Interest
for the same.
We would like to clearly state that we qualify for this work as our company/JV/Consortium of
companies meets all the pre-qualifying criteria indicated by you on the Website. The details are
Pre-qualification Criterion Details
1. Turnover of the company/JV/Consortium of Financial year Rupees in
companies during the last three years. Crores
Company/ Consortium of
In case of JV/Consortium of companies, the Leading Companies
turnover of the leading company during the Company
last three years may also be indicated. (Attach 2006-07
necessary documentary proofs.) 2005-06
2. Attested copy of the Certificate of Yes/No
Incorporation with the copy of Articles and
Memorandum of Association
3. Address and contact numbers of technical Yes/No
support office in Delhi
4. Approach papers for the proposed project Yes/No
5. Number of key persons who have sufficient (No. of Persons)
experience to develop such system (Attach
separate statement indicating names,
qualifications, experience and skills sets and
details of projects handled)
7. Whether draft Service Level Agreement (SLA) Yes/No
has been attached or not?
8. Whether you have prior experience in Yes/No
implementation of similar solutions?
We understand that if the details given in support of claims made above are
found to be untenable or unverifiable or both, our bid may be rejected without any reference to
us. We further clearly understand that Delhi Police is not obliged to inform us of the reasons of
rejection of our bid.
(Signature, Name, designation, contact address and
telephone number of the authorized signatory)
Sl.No. Name of the Road Length in Km.
1. NH-8, Rajourikri Border to Dhaula Kuan 11.65
2. Outer Ring Road, NH-8 to Modi Mill Flyover 14.57
3. Mahipalpur Crossing to Andheria More 7.00
4. M.B. Road from Anuvrat Marg to Mehaurli 11.50
5. Arvindo Marg from Anuvrat Chowk to Arvindo Chowk 07.70
6. Maa Annandi Marg from M.B. Crossing to Kalka Mandir 5.45
7. Mathura Road from W point to Badarpur Border 17.09
8. Ring Road from Dhaula Kuan to Chhatarshal Stadium (Via Ashram ) 30.06
9. NH-24 from Nizamuddin Khatta to Ghazi pur Border 8.38
10. Road No.56 from Ghazipur Border to Apsara Border 5.57
11. Road No.57 from Telco T Point to Jagatpuri T Point 1.97
12. Road No.71 from Jagatpuri T Point to Vivek Vihar Police Station T Point 1.55
13. August Kranti Marg from Panchsheel to Andrews Ganj Chowk 3.29
14. Bhismpitamaha Marg from Andrews Ganj Chowk to Lodi Road Crossing 2.68
15. Lodi Road from Neela Gumbad to Madarsa T Point 3.04
16. Vikas Marg from I.P. Crossing to Yamuna Sports Complex Gate 7.87
17. Pushta Road (Akshardham Temple) to Laxmi Nagar Chungi 1.89
18. Sadar Patel Marg from Dhaula Kuan to 11 Murti 2.95
19. Mother Terssa Cresiant Road 2.95
20. Shankar Road 2.72
21. Upper Ridge Road 6.55
22. Outer Road Connaught Place 2.04
23. Tilak Marg 1.61
24. Shahjanh Road 00.91
25. C-Hexagon 2.34
26. Rajpath 1.84
27. Prithvi Raj Road 1.72
28. Ashoka Road 2.41
29. Ferozshah Road 1.33
30. K.G. Marg 1.83
31. I.P. Marg 00.55
32. BSZ Marg 1.37
33. DDU Marg 2.05
34. Jawarhlal Nehru Marg 2.47
35. Subrimaniyam Marg 2.00
36. Africa Avenue 04.10
37. Vinay Marg 01.19
38. Shanti Path 03.17
39. Rao Tula Ram Marg 03.63
40. Vishwa Vidyala Marg 01.17
41. Chhatra Marg 02.14
42. Netaji Subhash Marg 02.36
43. Janpath 03.21
44. Zakir Hussain Marg 01.64
45. Auranzeb Road 01.78
46. Baba Kharak Singh Marg 01.79
47. Siman Bullavour Marg 01.12
48. Panchsheel Marg 01.89
49. Barakahamba Road 01.06
50. Bhairon Road 01.00
51. Rajinder Prasad Road 01.12
52. J.B.Tito Marg 01.50
53. Park Street 0.56
54. Parliament Street 01.50
55. Siri Fort Road 01.13