Tendr na novou tramvajovou trať (Green Line) v Jeruzalémě - předkvalifikace

10. 4. 2017

  • Země: Izrael
  • Datum publikování: 10.04.2017
  • Datum uzávěrky: 12.09.2017 14:00
  • Referenční číslo: TE201700707
  • Stav tendru: výzva k předkvalifikaci
Průmyslové obory:
  • Stavebnictví a stavební materiály
  • Dopravní prostředky ostatní, manipulační prostředky a zařízení

Popis tendru, projektu:

Délka tratě 19,6 km, 37 zastávek, spádová oblast 200.000 obyvatel, odhadované náklady 10 mld. NIS (cca 70 mld. Kč). Předpokládané zahájení provozu v letech 2025-2025. Nová tramvajová trať je součástí plánu rozvoje dopravní infrastruktury, který představila pracovní skupina ministerstva financí, ministerstva dopravy a Jeruzalémské radnice. Více informací v přiložených souborech a anglickém textu.

Kontaktní osoba:
Ariel Piperno, Jerusalem Transport Management Team
tel: +972-2-6299860
mob: +972-503121832
email: arielp@jtmt.gov.il

Popis tendru, projektu v cizím jazyce:

The tender for the Green Line of the Jerusalem light-rail system advances to the Pre-Qualification (PQ) stage. With the completion of the Request for information (RFI) stage, which saw 35 international companies participate, the transportation master plan has published the PQ for the Green Line of the Jerusalem light-rail system

The transportation master plan team published the PQ (Pre-Qualification) documents for the Green Line project of the Jerusalem light-rail system. The cost estimate for the project is NIS 10 billion, and includes 20 km of light rail as well as a depot for dozens of light rail cars. The transportation master plan team, on behalf of the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Transport and the Jerusalem Municipality, is moving ahead with the second line of the Jerusalem light-rail system, which will join the Red Line that has been operating with great success for the past six years. The Request for Information (RFI) drew considerable attention from the global light-rail industry, and so far 35 leading companies in the area of rolling stock, infrastructure, financing and planning worldwide have expressed an interest. The Green Line project is considered one of the key light-rail ventures being advanced in Europe and the Middle East at the present time.

The Green Line will be the second line in the LRT network in Jerusalem, following the Red Line, which began operating in 2011. Some 22 km long, the line will have 37 stations, and will connect the Gilo neighborhood in the south of the city with the Mount Scopus campus of the Hebrew University in the north of the city. The line will run through several important locations in the city, including the technology park, the Malha mall, the Givat Ram campus of the HebrewUniversity of Jerusalem and the city center, where it will meet up with the Red Line. The line will also run through the new business center to be built at the entrance to the city and thence through the northern neighborhoods leading to Mount Scopus.
The line will serve a quarter of a million of the city’s residents and visitors, and will enable further easing of the traffic congestion on the roads leading to these areas of the city.

Together with the Red Line, the planned LRT network for Jerusalem will serve 400,000 residents and visitors to the city. It should be noted in this context that Jerusalem is the first and only city in Israel to have an LRT system in operation. The construction of the LRT network enjoys both municipal and national backing: that of the Jerusalem Municipality and that of the Government of Israel, which published a Government Decision in the summer of 2016 declaring the construction of the LRT network a national infrastructure project.

Concurrently with progress on the Green Line tender, the transportation master plan team deposited the Blue Line plan for the light-rail system with the District Committee for public objections in December 2016. Once the plan is approved, the tender process will be initiated, and conducted in a similar manner to that of the Green Line. The Blue Line will extend over 20 km and will serve 250,000 of the city’s residents. Upon the completion of the Green and Blue Lines, the city’s light-rail system will serve 600,000 residents, visitors and tourists, who will benefit from rapid, convenient and green transportation, providing accessible and convenient links between educational institutions and the centers of leisure, culture and employment dispersed throughout the city.

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