Msheireb awards car parking management system deal
Traffic Tech will design, fabricate, deliver, install and maintain the Car Park Management System
Msheireb Properties has awarded Qatar-based Traffic Tech (Gulf) a Car Parking Management System Contract for the Msheireb Downtown Doha (MDD) project.
The deal, signed by Abdulla Hassan Al-Mehshadi, CEO of Msheireb Properties and Husam Musharbash, CEO of Traffic Tech (Gulf), is an important operational milestone, comprising the integration and future management of one of the most complex car park systems in the world.
In total, it will cover 10,000 parking spaces and over 200 gated entry/exits.
Traffic Tech will design, fabricate, deliver, install and maintain the Car Park Management System and combine it with a state-of-the-art Revenue Control System.
They will also adopt full control over the Valet Management, Taxi Dispatch, Parking Guidance systems, as well as the Parking Facility Management Software.
Commenting on the agreement, Abdulla Hassan Al-Mehshadi, said: “Our partnership with one of the Middle East’s leading Traffic and Car Park Management companies is very important to us.
"It enables us to design and operate a 5-star car park, offering our community the best facilities possible, and providing a first class parking and visitor experience.
“A project of this magnitude requires a specialised skill set, industry experience and innovative ideas to ensure it is perfectly managed. We are delighted to have partnered with Traffic Tech (Gulf) for this hugely significant component of the MDD offering."
“We look forward to many more milestones such as this as we continue to be open to new partnerships that will add value to the wider community, delivering the best possible services to the people of Qatar - for the future of Qatar.”
While, Husam Musharbash, added: “We are proud to be associated with Msheireb Properties for the execution of this massive project. We envisage that Msheireb Downtown Doha’s Parking Management System will not only be one of the most advanced but will also allow future integration into the wider Qatar Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)”.