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Old June 1st, 2010, 08:21 AM   #1
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Bus rapid transit (BRT) Lima. / with 26 km.





















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Great pics! Anything on the Lima Metro, Tren Urbano?

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Is under construction..
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Old June 2nd, 2010, 01:25 AM   #4
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METRO LIMA




Video Línea 1



Línea 1 - Tramo hecho, por construir y proyección futura

La Línea 1 de la Red del Tren Urbano de Lima está planificada para enlazar el distrito Villa El Salvador, que se localiza en la zona sur de Lima, con el distrito San Juan de Lurigancho en el noreste de la Ciudad Capital. Integrando en su recorrido también a los distritos: Villa María del Triunfo, San Juan de Miraflores, Santiago de Surco, Surquillo, San Borja, San Luis, La Victoria y el Cercado de Lima. Más de 3 millones habitantes en los 10 distritos servidos por la Línea 1, representan el 41% de la población total de Lima Metropolitana.


El trazo de la Línea 1 se desarrolla de sur a noreste, sobre los ejes de las avenidas: Separadora Industrial, Unión, Pachacutec, De los Héroes, Santiago de Surco (Ex Tomas Marsano), Aviación, Grau, Locumba, Próceres de la Independencia y Wiese. La infraestructura de la Línea 1 proyecta 26 estaciones de pasajeros y un viaducto principalmente elevado a doble vía, que tendrá una longitud total aproximada de 34 kilómetros.

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El concesionario se hará cargo de la operación y mantenimiento de la infraestructura ya existente y la nueva. Asimismo, tendrá la obligación de adquirir nuevos vagones y equipar las estaciones.

Por su parte, el consorcio ganador de las obras de infraestructura, tendrá la tarea de construir los viaductos para que la Línea 1 llegue hasta la Av. Grau, en el Cercado de Lima y a la vez tendrá que remodelar las estaciones existentes así como poner a punto los viaductos y vías existentes, que se encuentran algo descuidados.

Algunas imágenes del estado actual de la Línea 1. Construído solamente entre Villa El Salvador y Atocongo.

(Cortesía del forista joseph0089 )

Estado actual de la Infraestructura existente:



El estado no es el mejor, ¿cierto?

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De acuerdo al cronograma, el Gobierno Central solicitó un préstamo a la CAF y este fue aprobado con posterioridad.




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Hago énfasis en la parte donde dice que el préstamo incluye una partida para iniciar los estudios para la ampliación de la Línea 1 desde la Av. Gradu (hasta donde llegará en esta etapa) hasta San Juan de Lurigancho.

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Con el crédito ya aprobado, el gobierno, luego de algunos retrasos, logró convocar a una licitación. Se presentaron 5 postores, de los cuales, sólo 3 han precalificado.

Los postores calificados son los siguientes:
  • Consorcio Tren Eléctrico de Lima: Constructora Norberto Odebrecht S.A. Sucursal Perú (Brasil) y Graña y Montero GYM (Perú).
  • Consorcio Metropolitano: Constructora Andrade Gutiérrez S.A. Sucursal Perú (Brasil) y Gallegos-Casabonne-Arango-Quesada Ingenieros (Perú)
  • Consorcio Trenlima: Astalpadi (Italia), Cosapi (Perú) y JJC Contratistas (Perú).

Los otros dos postores, que quedaron fuera del proceso fueron:
  • Consorcio Obrascon Huarte Laín OHL -S&Z Consultores: OHL (España) y S&Z Consultores.
  • CETC Construcciones (China)
OHL no aprobó por incumplir el monto mínimo exigido como líneas de crédito (US$410 millones) y por no acreditar el capital social mínimo exigido para el proceso (US$225 millones). CETC no llegó si quiera a ser considerada pre-calificada.

El consorcio que gane la buena pro, tendrá un plazo de 18 meses para terminar la obra. El monto a invertir es de 500 millones de dólares.

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Ya se ha avanzado, paralelamente, en otras partes de la obra.

Procesos adjuntos:
  • Supervisión de las obras: El ganador de la buena pro de la Supervisión de las Obras fue el consorcio peruano-suizo Cesel-Pöyry. Fue el único postor y ganó la buena pro con una propuesta de 13 millones 386 mil 258. 32 soles (Aproximadamente US$ 4.5 millones).
  • Expropiación de Terrenos: A la vez, el Poder Ejecutivo autorizó al Ministerio de Transportes y Comunicaciones a expropiar 11 predios ubicados en el Cercado de Lima para la realización de las obras. El área total a expropiar asciende a 3 mil 234 metros cuadrados, divididos en predios cuya superficie va desde los 52 hasta los 1,350 metros cuadrados. El costo de la expropiación será de S/.4 millones (Aproximadamente US$1.4 millones). Se financiará la expropiación con los recursos del ministerio en mención.
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Si no hay ningún atraso (ya ha habido muchos), la entrega de la buena pro para las obras de infraestructura será el 23 de noviembre. Esperemos a que llegue ese día. El siguiente proceso es la entrega de la buena pro al consorcio que se encargará de operar la Línea 1.



Siemens Mobility is to electrify the 11.7 kilometer extension to Lima's Tren Urbano metro line. For the first time ever, a rail-based mass transit system will run to the city center, taking in nine stations along the way. The customer is the "Consorcio Tren Eléctrico Lima" (CTEL) consortium, led by the Brazilian construction company Norberto Odebrecht Sucursal Peru S.A. and local construction company Graña y Montero.

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Con esto la Línea 1 va quedando así:
[LIST][*]Construcción: Odebrecht - Graña y Montero[*]Señalización: Bombardier Transportation (CITYFLO 350)[*]Sistema Eléctrico: Siemens Mobility
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I was under the impression that part of line 1 was already running, is that correct?

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I thought the Lima metro closed down. No?
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My impression was that it ran from October 2002 for free as a trial, commenced revenue service in January of 2003, was suspended in July of 2003 and returned to service in January of 2004. Of course this only applies to the first section from Villa El Salvador to Atocongo.

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Old June 3rd, 2010, 12:15 AM   #9
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I thought the Lima metro closed down. No?
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I was under the impression that part of line 1 was already running, is that correct?

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Yes, steve.

and future lines here..



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Old June 3rd, 2010, 04:14 PM   #10
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Not all of those lines



are planed as a metro-lines, some should be BRT-lines, right?
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Old June 5th, 2010, 06:47 AM   #11
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are planed as a metro-lines, some should be BRT-lines, right?
No.. are different.
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Great pics! Anything on the Lima Metro, Tren Urbano?

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I've been following the LIMA | Metro - Train Electrical | Construction and News thread for a while, using Google Toolbar's spotty translation abilities, and....

Indeed the full second phase of the Metro, shown red on this map:


is under construction to a point in central Lima. Construction is proceeding very quickly since virtually the entire extension is elevated over various of the city's wide boulevards, and the planned opening date is June 2011. But...

There's big problem. Apparently no one got around to ordering more cars until earlier this year. Moreover, Lima wants rebuilt cars, not new ones, to save money, so their options are somewhat limited. If I read and remember correctly, a delegation from Peru visited Japan to meet with the most likely supplier, and was told that there was no way the cars could be ready until September 2011. OMFG, three months late! So, the Peruvians walked out! Now no one knows when or even if the cars will arrive.

The current fleet of cars is adequate to provide trains every 19 minutes, while trains every 6 minutes are the target, and I wouldn't be surprised if more are needed within a few years of the line's opening even if the northern extension doesn't move forward promptly. IMO, not taking the Japanese up on their offer was mind-bogglingly stupid, and is a continuation of Peru's unfortunate history of using the Lima Metro as a political token rather than a transportation investment.

But I'm a norteamericano, so what do I know? :P
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Lima | Metro Stations

















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Old June 19th, 2010, 02:10 AM   #14
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Tram History Lima.

The tram Lima was a mass transit opened in 1878 and closed in 1965.

In 1826 the Peruvian government facilitated the construction of a rail network became the first country in South America with this type of transport. Years later, the steam railroad, which began operations in 1851, between Lima and Callao was the second in South America.
















The tram of memory


The Breda Tram evoking memories of those urbanites who passed through the streets of Lima and Callao and the old Interurban to San Miguel Lima, was one of the trams that were in circulation until 17 September 1965.

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Great thread!

This tram:




Looks very much like the old trams we had in Brazil and the current heritage tramway of Santos, Sao Paulo

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So are you saying this will be an above ground metro?
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Old June 23rd, 2010, 06:35 AM   #17
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So are you saying this will be an above ground metro?
Only the line 1, 2, Line 3 4 5 6 7 will be underground.
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Here's some good news!

Google-translated from this post:

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Train equipment will allow to operate in July 2011 and have nine-minute frequency


Government decided to increase procurement of wagons Electric Train equipment


Commune of Rome made offer for sale of rolling stock


Lima , jun. 27 ( ANDINA ). The Ministry of Transport and Communications ( MTC ) announced today that the government has arranged the purchase of five trains of six cars each in order to incorporate the teams now have the draft Electric Mass Transit System in Lima and Callao, known as Light Rail .

According to a supreme resolution published today ERM , the government's decision has been sent to the Agency for Promotion of Private Investment (ProInversión ) , an entity that is responsible for selecting a private operator for the Light Rail .

It adds that the new rolling stock will allow the Light Rail begins operations in July 2011, at a rate of nine minutes , which will ensure the attention of at least 80 percent of the estimated demand .

In this regard, the Operations Department of the Autonomous Authority Electric Mass Transit System in Lima and Callao ( AATE ) informed the MTC that the Peruvian State , through the Embassy of Peru in Italy, consulted the operator of the Metro Rome to see if there is availability of trains and if possible purchase for the Light Rail .

The Commune of Rome sent a letter , dated June 17 this year , the Embassy of Peru in Italy that featured an offer for sale of rolling stock of the Metropolitan of Rome.

In that sense, the MTC found it necessary to identify the AATE and in situ conservation status of trains offered by the Commune of Rome.

This verification will help to define the scope of the refurbishing work to be done in such equipment and the estimated reference value , to start the process of acquiring additional trains .

The MTC has cleared the trip of the representative of the AATE , Johnny Garro, the city of Rome from June 29 to July 4 to perform the monitoring of rolling stock offered by the Commune of Rome.

Within seven calendar days of his return to Peru , Garro be submitted to the Office of the President , through the Secretary of the Council of Ministers, a report describing the actions undertaken and results achieved in its journey.

Also, within 15 calendar days of the journey made , shall submit a report to the Office of the Minister of MTC , with a copy to the Management of Administration and Finance of the AATE , on actions taken and results achieved .

Source : ANDINA
Trains are being sought from various other countries as well.
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I believe Rome will supply us with 5 refurbished trains made up of 6 cars each. However, by the time the third phase is under construction, we should have 15 trains in total (we already have 5)
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I'm looking at these pictures and... tell me one thing: if this is only a visualisation or the rolling stock will be a little bit atypical for a metro line?
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