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Old April 9th, 2014, 10:22 PM   #201
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Good news from the M5 construction site, one of the tunnel boring machines just broke the world record for lenght of tunnel dug in a day . 45 meters on 05.04.2014, on a Saturday! This is the original article, I'm sorry I couldn't find a translated version
www.evz.ro/cartita-sf-varvara-a-batut-recordul-mondial-la-sapat-tunelul-din-drumul-taberei-.html

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Having started in the fall , digging the tunnels that will form the future of the Bucharest metro Line 5 , the two TBM - Tunnel Boring Machine - which excavate earth nonstop Drumul Taberei neighborhood , came to outdo themselves. Average daily advance , says Constantin Mustatea , head of the works is 25-27 meters per day , which means the installation of 18 concrete rings 1.5 meters long each.

Saturday, April 5, 2014 , over four shifts of six hours, Saint Varvara beat the absolute world record on the tunnel between Favorit station and Drumul Taberei 34 - (future Tudor Vladimirescu) . " We have advanced 45 meters and we've installed 30 concrete rings in 24 hours! " Boasts METROREX The client representative . Michael Divlan Engineer , responsible for the execution of the constructor Astaldi - FCC - Delta / ACM - AB Construct, showing off. The previous record of 43.5 feet , was set in Warsaw two years ago in similar soil and the same technique ! It's the best technology for urban and waterlogged soil . " Then he laughs : " Similar to women, every inch counts ."


I'm sorry I can't bring any photos of the project, but I have un up-to-date status of every piece of the project:

Eroilor stations: not even started, currently utilities are being diverted, probably behind schedule, but it's the last station to be transited by TBMs.

Academie station: structure pretty much complete (some inner walls need to be cast after the TBMs have finished their job, also pedestrian acces still needs to be build). It's the center of the entire contruction site, it's where the TBM have been introduced, and where the earth displaced by the TBM is taken out and dumped intro trucks. Also, through here the tunnel rings are introduced and driven to the TBMs.

Orizont station: structure complete, only entrances are not executed yet.

Favorit station: same as above; second TBM, Parachiva, is currently transiting the station

Tudor Vladimirescu station(former Drumul Taberei 34): structure complete, awaiting the first TBM, Varvara

Parc Drumul Taberei station: horribly behind schedule, it's the main reason the completion date of the entire project will be delayed. For unknown reasons, construction here has stopped for months . Only days ago works have restarted, in order to finish the outer perimetre cast walls. After that come the floors for 2 underground levels. It's rumoured that the TBMs will dig through the station site before it's finished, in order to reduce delays. That will require temporary tunnel segments, which probably upped construction costs

Romancierilor station: almost done, lowermost level floor is close to completion.

Valea Argeșului station (formerly Brancuși): almost done, same as above

Râul Doamnei: works have stalled, it's been postponed so that the construction crew can focus on the stations closest to the centre. Currently, about half of the cast outer walls have been done and no floors.

Valea Ialomiței station+depot and the tunnel leading to it (it's a spur off the main line, coming from Romancierilor): aprox. 70% done, works have started on building the last section of the depot from the ground up. The tunnel is in some areas complete, while in other places barely started, because of intersecting infrastructure.

Tunnels from Academie to Raul Doamnei: the left one, dug by Sfânta Varvara is complete all the way to Favorit station and dug halfway towards Tudor Vladimirescu. The right one, dug by Sfânta Paraschiva, is currently complete until Favorit. Because of electrical issues, and the unfinished station up ahead, the two TBMs have so far worked one at a time: one of the diggs while the other transits a station and gets ready another section.

I hope I have cleared things a bit on this major project in Bucharest
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Old April 9th, 2014, 10:34 PM   #202
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Also, tenders for the rest of the works necesary for completing the current stretch of M5 are announced in the next 2 months.

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According to the Metrorex's annual procurement program in 2014, for Metro Line 5 various works totaling approx. VAT 952 million lei (209 million EURO) excluding VAT are to be contracted.

Thus, one of the contracts to be concluded on metro Line 5 Drumul Taberei - Pantelimon aims track installation , a third rail and overhead contact wire , works for which Metrorex is willing to pay LEI excluding VAT 189 745 600 (41.7 million EURO) excluding VAT . In this case, open auction is scheduled to take place in April 2014, the estimated time to complete the procedure by September 2014.

A second contract for Line 5 subway aims finishing works , architecture and installation systems , the total amount referred to METROREX being excluding VAT 666 651 700 lei ( 146.5 million euros) excluding VAT . Date on which the tender was to be open is April 2014 , the procedure will be completed all in September 2014.

Also on Line 5 the subway transport company intends to contract an automation system and traffic safety , including safety equipment boarded the train for which Metrorex wants to pay more than LEI 85,493,689 excluding VAT (18.8 million EURO) without VAT, in which case the auction in June will be completed in November 2014.

SUBWAY ROAD CAMP . Also, the Metro wished to contract exterior construction - plugs and homes , including waterproofing totaling £ 10.207 million excluding VAT ( EUR 2.2 million ) excluding VAT , estimated date for commencement of the auction , bidding in this case , as in April 2014 with completion in June 2014.
FULL ARTICLE in romanian (sadly) here.

No news of a tender for new subway trains, sadly. I think these need to be contracted by year's end, based on the long time it took to deliver the last order of 16 CAF trains, about 3 years
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Old July 31st, 2014, 04:21 PM   #203
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CAF metro trains enter service in Bucureşti
31 Jul 2014


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ROMANIA: The first CAF trainset entered service on Bucureşti metro Line M2 this month. By the end of the year the total fleet of 16 is expected to be in operation on the 18·6 km route.

Operator Metrorex ordered 16 six-car trainsets from CAF in November 2011 for €97m. The first four were built in CAF’s Beasain plant; the rest are being assembled in CFR’s Griviţa Workshops in Bucureşti. The trains are stabled at Berceni depot at the southern end of Line M2.

Each trainset is named after a river in Romania. They trainsets are 113·6 m long and 3 200 mm wide, with an entry floor height of 70 mm. Each train is fitted with 16 asynchronous 145 kW motors and can run at a maximum speed of 80 km/h. Automatic train protection and automatic train control are installed.

Each train has 222 seats and capacity for 978 standing passengers at 4/m². There are also bicycle and wheelchair spaces, as well as passenger ‘infotainment’ screens.

The trains underwent static and dynamic testing between January and June in order to obtain the certification from the Romanian Railway Authority.

Together with the 42 Bombardier Movia cars ordered in 2000, the CAF trainsets are part of Metrorex’s plan to phase out the fleet of IVA trains, built in 1978-92, from metro lines M1, M2 and M3. They will remain for the time being on the 6·1 km Line M4
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Old September 11th, 2014, 07:10 PM   #204
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It's a long time since any news has been posted here, so I'll make a short overview of recent developments. Just today we just received the best news yet, that UE approved a project to modernise the currently worn-out stations on the M2 and also the track (which became a huge necesity, since no maintenance has been done on them for a while now) and also will cofund the new CAF trainsets which we started putting into service a few months ago .
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Upgrading Metro Lines 2 and 4 was declared an eligible project to be funded with European money. 538 million by 2018.

On Line 2 Pipera - Berceni, we have been declared eligible for funding 409 million excluding VAT, for modernization of stations, acquisition of rolling stock replacement the rolling track, ventilation, ceilings and more. Work begins in December this year and end in the second half of 2017.

On Line 4 (Station North Străuleşti) we learned that we are eligible for funding. Just for modernization of stations and tunnels without depot, however. This is about 129 million euro, excluding VAT. Work is already underway and will be completed in the second half of 2016, "says Aurel Radu, director METROREX.

The funds for Line 2 include the acquisition of the Spanish CAF trains, 16 trains in total, with an option for another 8 Payment of these trains was, until now, solely up to of Metrorex. The company paid for a quarter of the 106 million as the value of the contract and the remainder will be paid from European funds.
Original article (in Romanian, here)

The article also states that the M4 extension to Straulesti (2 stations + depot) currently under progress will be funded by the EU. Also it isn't quite clear if they will also redo the first 4 stations build in the year 2000, which are in a very poor state ATM, with water leaking everywhere.

Older news is that the EU also accepted cofunding for the M5 construction, for the current structure building phase, but also the finishing works and tracklaying contract and the aquisition of new trainsets, both of these being in tendering phase at the moment.


The M5 project itself is seriously behind schedule now, it was orriginally intended to be finished this year (only structures), but now, the builder, Astaldi, declared that they expect the project to be complete in the first quarter of 2016. The reason is poor funding by the goverment, also there have been unexpected problems that stopped construction for a few months. One of the middle stations, Parc Drumul Taberei has not been built, for unknown reasons (PR is nonexistant here), so the TBM just passed right through it onto the next station, leaving this one to be completed near the end of the project. The first 5 pairs of tunnels are dug, out of a total of 9 on the main line. Works toward the center, on Eroilor 2 station haven't even begun yet, although it's the most complex one on the entire line . Expect more delays...
More info on the status of this major project can be found on Metrouusor forum, which documented it extensively

As for the new trainsets, some of them are already in operation for a few months now, but they don't seen to be as high quality as the Bombardier trains. Here is a video of them in operation, made by youtube user Cristi Radu

Also an exterior view, by RoTransForum


That's all the news for now, hopefully we will have more to write about in the following months.
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Congratulations for those new trains, they look really good but I'm curious?, why did they make that change?, the BOMBARDIER trains weren't old enough in my opinion.
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They didn't change the Bombardiers... The new CAF trainsets are replacing the old IVA ones that ran on M1+M3, which are 30 years old and are really expensive to maintain. The CAF trains entered service on M2, to ensure a homogenous fleet of trains, while the Bombardier trains were moved to other lines. Even so, not all of the old trains will be scrapped after this, the ones on M4 remain, and have even received a thorough repair and a polish up. There's no plan at the moment to renew trains on this line, the next aquisition contract underway is only for the M5 trains and maybe improving headways on other lines.


But since you've mentioned the idea, personally I think the first generation of Bombardier trains (originally AdTranz trains) really need a modernisation as they seriously lack some amenities like: a decent number of bars to hold on to (the newer lot has twice the number of bars), interior display announcements, better ventilation. The display thing is now a very serious problem since they were moved to M1+M3 (originally these trains ran only on M2), cause on the common portion of the lines it's really hard to figure out what dirrection the train is going. One voice announcement is all the info you will get on these trains
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More CAF trains for Bucharest metro
Tuesday, November 18, 2014



BUCHAREST metro operator Metrorex has placed a €47m order with CAF for eight additional six-car metro trains

The order will be financed by the European Investment Bank and is an option from a contract for 16 six-car trains for Line 5, which was awarded to CAF in September 2011.

The 114m-long 80km/h stainless steel-bodied trains will be formed of four powered vehicles and two trailers, and each set will accommodate up to 1202 passengers
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The article is wrong. Metrorex just ordered 8 (eight) extra trains, the option initially specified in the contract made with CAF for the first lot of 16. These will be used to suplement the ones on the M2 and increase frequencies, as the initial lot was only meant to replace the old IVA trains. Also, this means that no Bombardier trains will run on the M2 anymore.

Also, AFAIK all the 24 trains benefit from EU financing, as an agreement has been recently reached with them. Sadly, I can't say what amount will be paid by them, as the financing for the Bucharest metro investments is still a bit vague
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Bucharest takes the first steps for M6 construction. Currently, only M5 is U/C, and there are some extension works on M4.

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Metrorex allocates EUR 8.6 mln for airport subway line
February 18, 2015


Metrorex, with an investment budget of nearly RON 2 billion (EUR 450 million) in 2015, will allocate RON 38.5 (EUR 8.6 million) for the subway line project that will connect Gara de Nord stop to the Henri Coanda airport. According to the company, as quoted by Mediafax, the line is due in 2020, requirement imposed by UEFA.

For the line to the airport, Metrorex aims services of projection, consultancy and execution of stops and tunnels structure.

In Bucharest, in 2020, will take place as part of the European Football Championship’s final tournament.

The company managing Bucharest’s subway allocated last year RON 1.14 billion (EUR 256 million) for its investment activity.

The Romanian subway network length totals almost 70 kilometers, distributed on four lines and 51 stops. Metrorex has approximately 4.200 employees.
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When are the two new stations on M4 (to Straulesti) due? Can you please show some pictures how the projects of both M5 and M4 are going?
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The Laromet and Straulesti on M4 (green) are completed in terms of station structure, and the TBM has been prepared to start digging at Straulesti, towards Laromet.

On M5 (orange), they completed the structure of stations and tunnels, except for Academia Militara which is now U/C.

Both M4 extension to Depou Straulesti and M5 are due for completion in 2016.


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Fixed. For reality reasons...


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The Laminorului and Straulesti on M4 (green) are completed in terms of station structure, and the TBM has been prepared to start digging at Straulesti, towards Laminorului.

On M5 (orange), they completed the structure of stations and tunnels, except for Eroilor 2 which is now U/C.

NB: Academia Militara was the first one to be finished, that's where the TBMs started digging, and where they will return to start digging in the opposite direction, towards Eroilor 2.

M4 extension to Straulesti is due for completion in 2016.
First part of M5 might be ready by the end of 2016, but only structure works and tunnels; tracks, electrical equipment and finishing works are yet to be attributed to a builder ATM. This should happen in the next few months. Also, the tender for new trainsets for the M5 is stalled for a while, due to a certain company challenging the procedure...




BTW, that map posted above is wrong, there is no such thing as a Depoul Straulesti station. There is a depot there, but it's restricted from civilian acces and it's right next to Straulesti station, near the lake. It's supposed to include a park&ride facility, so that commuters than walk right down to the actual station.
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When are the two new stations on M4 (to Straulesti) due? Can you please show some pictures how the projects of both M5 and M4 are going?
In romanian but you get the idea (M5 line)
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From Railway Gazette:

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CAF selected for Bucureşti metro train order
10 Mar 2015



ROMANIA: Bucureşti metro operator Metrorex has selected CAF as preferred bidder for a contract to supply 43 six-car trainsets to operate on the future 6·1 km Line M5 from Drumul Taberei to Eroilor, with an option for eight more.

Metrorex had hoped to name the winner of the contract on December 1 last year, but decided to extend the procurement process owing to the complexity of the tenders

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Big day today!!

Today is the day tunneling works on the M4 extension has begun . The new TBM, dubbed Sfanta (Saint) Parascheva has started drilling from Straulesti station (at the future end of the extention) towards Laminorului. This is the first of the 4 tunnel sections that will have to be dug, due to the fact that the TBM will have to be repositioned for each one of them. The first sections well be between Straulesti stations and Laminorului, after that comes Laminorului towards Zarea PSS (TBM extraction point) where the new line meet the older tunnels from the communist times. The deadline for the entire project, including tracklaying, electrical equipment instalation and finishing works is now the summer of 2016. It remains to be seen is this will be met.

A very good thourough article about the entire project can be found HERE , along with some photos of the event (unfortunately it's in Romanian, but Google Translate should do the job, I suppose).

I posted some of those photos below:





Also, the schematic for the project: Straulesti is the one of the left, next to the big depot which is also being built ATM; Laminorului is the one in the middle. On the right is the TBM extraction hole.
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Are there more detailed plans of the line to the airport? I mean a rough site plan!
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This link is the only one with the actual zoning of the stations I could find. Just zoom in on the pictures below. It doesn't show the stations outside of Bucharest, because they are beyond city limits. I remember seeing a much more detailed version of these plans on the mayor's site, but since it is notoriously difficult to use, I'm afraid you'll have to settle with this.


Personally, I hope the M6 never gets built, at least not beyond "Tokio" station (near the huge shopping center north of Baneasa airport). It is horrendously inneficient, it passes under low density residential areas, or even "no-density" (under a freaking forest for 2 km, with almost nothing nearby!!). Furthermore, we have the easy option of building an underground rail link to Otopeni airport using the existing Bucuresti-Urziceni rail line (with upgrading and electrification, of course), which would cost only a fraction of the >1 bilion necessary for the metro line... Something akin to what Warsaw built. And we could use the rest of the money for more useful project like M4 southward extension, M5 extension or the M7, which we desperately need TODAY!
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Bucureşti plans metro investment
26 May 2015



ROMANIA: Bucureşti metro operator Metrorex has announced that it is to spend 1·74bn lei on infrastructure investment in 2015, as part of preparations for the Euro 2020 football championships.

Bucureşti will host up to four matches during the tournament. UEFA made the city’s participation conditional on infrastructure investment and public transport improvements.

Metrorex is to spend 33·5m lei on design and technical assistance for land acquisition for Line 6. The long-planned link to Henri Coandă International Airport is due to open in time for Euro 2020. It would diverge from Line 4 at 1 Mai and run for 16 km northwest to the Otopeni district. Completion of the Gara de Nord – Otopeni route is expected to reduce car traffic in the city by up to 4 million trips a year

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Second tunnel work on Straulesti-Laminorului (M4) is completed as of 3 September. Structure of tunnels will be ready in the first part of 2016.
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BTW: some shots of finishings works on Laminorului station:

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Bucharest is planning to buy new tramways. For a start, EUR 100 m is in discussion which means approx 40-50 new tramways.
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