BKK_Urban_suburban_dev_HornG

Report
Project Development
at BKK Centre for Budapest
Transport
Gergely Horn
Head of division
BKK Centre for Budapest Transport
24.04.2013
Tram and trolley rolling stock
development
Aim
• 25 pcs of 32-36 meters long low-floor trams
• 12 pcs of 52-56 meters long low-floor trams (+236% optional 12
long, 75 regular vehicles)
• 10 pcs of articulated, low-floor trolleys
• 14 pcs of non-articulated, low-floor trolleys (+279% optional 7
non-articulated, 60 articulated vehicles)
• Additional infrastructure development (depots and platforms)
Status
Procurement for trams
• Publishing:
15.02.2013
• Contracting:
June 2013
Procurement for trolleys
• Publishing:
01.05.2013
• Contracting:
August 2013
Engineer
• Publishing:
01.06.2013
• Contracting:
Sept. 2013
Total project cost:140 mill EUR
Depots’ and platforms’ development
Technical design
• Publishing:
• Contracting:
Construction
• Publishing:
• Contracting:
15.04.2013
May 2013
July 2014
July 2015
Modernisation of Tramlines 1 and 3
Preparation phase:
All necessary permits and designs are available.
Implementation tenders:
A
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A
B
Tramline 1, I. section:
(Bécsi út – Kerepesi út)
B
C
Tramline 1, II. section:
(Kerepesi út – Fehérvári út)
–
–
–
–
C
Tramline
Cograilway
Suburban railway
Underground
Procurement publication: 2013.03.14.
Contracting:
2013.07.19.
End of construction:
2014.12.21.
Estimated cost:
net 49,7 mill EUR
Procurement publication: 2013.05.11.
Contracting:
2013.09.10.
End of construction:
2014.12.14.
Estimated cost:
net 37,7 mill EUR
Tramline 3
–
–
–
–
Procurement publication: 2013.03.29.
Contracting:
2013.08.02.
End of construction:
2014.12.23.
Estimated cost:
net 34,0 mill EUR
Interconnected tram network in Buda
Preparation phase :
Permitting in progress, permits will be available in
August.
Implementation tenders:
A
B
A
Refurbishment of Széll Kálmán tér:
–
–
–
–
C
B
Implementation of section Széll Kálmán tér
and refurbishment of tramline 17:
–
–
–
–
C
Tramline
Cograilway
Suburban railway
Underground
Procurement publication: 2013.10.17.
Contracting:
2014.02.08.
End of construction:
2015.06.30.
Estimated cost:
net 12,0 mill EUR
Procurement publication: 2013.09.11.
Contracting:
2013.12.15.
End of construction:
2015.08.19.
Estimated cost:
net 19,3 mill EUR
Implementation of section Bem rakpart:
Connecting tramlines 17 and 19/41
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–
–
–
Procurement publication: 2013.09.11.
Contracting:
2013.12.15.
End of construction:
2015.08.19.
Estimated cost:
net 9,7 mill EUR
Aim of BKK development projects
Project preparation for the next period
• Preparation until 2014
• Construction 2014-2020
Aim of BKK development projects
• Lack of any preparation for transport development before
BKK – except metro line M4
• Accurate preparation and EU granting process need
almost 2-3 years to complete
• Getting off to a flying start to the 2014-2020 EU financial
period
• Creating a competitive public transport infrastructure
network
Technical principles of the projects
• Improving cohesion of districts
• New connections for outer districts
• Interoperability between urban and suburban lines
• Technical renewal of infrastructure and rolling stock
• Accessibility
Development projects for 2014-2020
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Tram and trolley rolling stock development
Modernisation of Tramlines 1 and 3
Interconnected tram network in Buda
Reconstruction and extension of metro line
M1
Interoperability of M2 and Gödöllői HÉV
suburban railway
The southern sector of metro line M5
Development of a complex tram and
trolleybus network in Budapest
Extension and reconstruction of metro line
M3
Extension of tram line 42
Reconstruction and extension of tram line 2
Reconstruction
and
extension
of
Budapest Cog-wheel Railway
Reconstruction and extension
of metro line M1
Aim
• Reconstruction of existing infrastructure
• Accessibility of stops in a protected national
monumental area
• New rolling stock options
• Extension to Zugló area
Status
• Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress
• Expected contracting:
May 2013
• Feasibility study:
July 2014
Cost of preparation:
2,6 mill EUR
Total project cost:
170 mill EUR
Integrated Transport Model for Budapest
Aim
• Elaboration of Feasibility studies on one common
platform
• Support for BKK’s long term, strategic planning
• Publication of traffic data and model results
• Tasks: Data collection, Transport model, Database
structure
• Results will be used straight at our on-going Feasibility
studies
Status
• Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress
• Expected contracting:
May 2013
• Data collection:
September 2013
• Transport model:
February 2014
• Database structure:
July 2014
Total project cost:
893.000 EUR
Interoperability of M2 and
Gödöllői HÉV suburban railway
Aim
• Interconnect ion of M2 and Gödöllői HÉV suburban
railway
• New feeder line to Rákoskeresztúr
• Analysis of future operation mode of the lines; (power
supply, vehicle, etc.)
• Impacts of the interoperability and the feeder line to
the public transport and road network
• Effects of the interoperability: Two eastern districts of
Pest and some affected suburban towns will get a
high quality public transport
Status
• Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress
• Expected contracting:
May 2013
• Feasibility study:
September 2014
Cost of preparation:
1,7 mill EUR
Total project cost:
570 mill EUR
The southern sector of metro line M5
Aim
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Interconnection of Northern and Southern HÉV suburban railways
underneath Budapest city centre
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Extension of southern section up to Astoria
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Southern HÉV suburban railways don’t reach the city centre
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Now from the present terminus the city centre can be reached only
with 1 or 2 transfers
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The main problem of the line is the lack of urban connection
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Has to be clarified: Mode, height of platforms, Place of the terminus
in Csepel, Connection to lines M2-M3-M4, Possibility of integration
with MÁV suburban railway
Status
•
Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress
•
Expected contracting:
May 2013
•
Development options:
November 2013
•
Feasibility study:
November 2014
Cost of preparation:
1,9 mill EUR
Total project cost:
500 mill – 1,3 bill EUR
Development of a complex
tram and trolleybus network in Budapest
Aim
•
An integrated tram and trolleybus network, which
ensures the missing network-connections (20 affected
lines)
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New diameter tram lines
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Traffic-calm zones in the city centre
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Priority list of projects
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Full development of top 4 projects of the list (designing
and permitting)
Status
• Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress
• Expected contracting:
May 2013
• Integrated network development concept:
November 2013
• Feasibility study and design for approval:
November 2014
Cost of preparation:
Total project cost:
2,3 mill EUR
275,0 mill EUR
Reconstruction and extension
of metro line M3 to Káposztásmegyer
Aim
• Reconstruction of infrastructure
• Reconstruction of passenger flow spaces, rising travelling
comfort
• Accessibility (escalators and elevators)
• Interconnection to the Railway at the extension
(Rákospalota-Újpest, Káposztásmegyer, Megyeri road)
• Renewal of rolling stock (new pieces or reconstruction)
• New depot at Káposztásmegyer
Status
• Procurement launching:
July 2013
• Contracting:
November 2013
• Development options for infra
and rolling stock
April 2014
• Feasibility study
August 2014
• Permitting design and permits May 2015
• Technical design
August 2015
Cost of preparation:
2,1 mill EUR
Total project cost:
500 mill EUR
Reconstruction and extension of tram line 42
Aim
• Reconstruction of existing infrastructure and
Határ út terminal
• Extension to Tulipán utca terminal to Gloriett
residential area
• Tasks: technical design, land acquisition and
building permit
Status
• Compilation of application for TOP funding is
in progress
Cost of preparation:
800.000 EUR
Total project cost:
57 mill EUR
Reconstruction of tram line 2
Aim
Preliminary study:
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Viaduct between Eötvös and Március 15. squares
Boráros square interconnection with tram line 2 and 4/6-os with regard on
accessibility
• Interconnection of tramline 2 and 51
Feasibility study, united permitting and technical design:
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Reconstruction of terminal and stops (accessibility) respectively to new
rolling stock (36 m)
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Reconstruction of Lánchíd tunnel
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Development of Széchenyi István square
Status
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Evaluation of application for TOP funding is in progress at IB
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Procurement documents for FS are ready to start quality control process
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Expected contracting:
August 2013
•
Feasibility study and preliminary study:
February 2014
Cost of preparation:
800.000 EUR
Total project cost:
22 mill EUR
Reconstruction and extension of
Budapest Cog-wheel Railway
Aim
• Reconstruction of infrastructure
• Extension to Normafa and Széll Kálmán square
• Eligibility of bicycle transport
• New rolling stock to ensure interoperability
• Possibility of nostalgic lines
Status
• Preliminary design is ready, preliminary theoretical type
licencing process for rolling stock has been started
• For further development studies TOP application will be
submitted to the IB
• Design for approval and united permitting and technical
designs and obtaining permits:
31 August 2015
Cost of preparation:
2,5 mill EUR
Total project cost:
67 mill EUR
Thank You for your
attention!

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