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Old October 9th, 2010, 04:30 PM   #41
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Old October 11th, 2010, 01:33 PM   #42
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Thanks for the photos. The new trains seem very beautiful.
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Old October 11th, 2010, 06:25 PM   #43
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Thanks for the photos. The new trains seem very beautiful.
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Yes, the new trains really are beautiful. Although I wish I could say the same thing about the stations and their appearance all I know so far is that even to this day they still haven't made a clear program of rehabilitation of the subway stations, only basic maintenance work has been carried out, such as changing escalators throughout the system and the addition of elevators in some stations, but nothing concrete about the stations design. But overall, I find the subway system decent, clean and pretty much agreeable.
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Old October 11th, 2010, 06:45 PM   #44
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Some more pictures from inside the trains and my favorite subway station in the whole system:
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Old December 26th, 2010, 03:01 PM   #45
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BUCHAREST | Public Transport

The Romanian capital, Bucharest (Bucuresti) has:

*a metro/subway system called "metrou" (the company is run by METROREX)

The easy urban transport is all run by the RATB company (Regia Autonoma de Transport Bucuresti):
*tram network
*trolley network
*buses

(RATB and METROREX are two different companies)


Let's talk about the metro:
It was opened in 1979 by the communists (6 stations), in just ten years from it's opening there were built and opened other 35 stations (Bucharest was the second fastest at building the network after Mexic). However the revolution came in 1989 and until ~1995 all the constructions for future stations were abandoned. In 2000 M4 was opened, having only four stations, and in 2008 four more stations have been opened on M3. In 2011 two more stations will be opened on M4. I must remember you that all the stations that have been opened after the communist era were started (and almost finished) before 1989.



Network features:
• Principal lines: 4 (M1, M2, M3, M4);
• Network lenght : 66.95 km double rail;
• Depots: 4;
• Stations opened: 49;
• Average distance between two stations: 1.5 km;
• Station's lenght : 135 – 175 m;
• Station average depth: 12 m;
• Gauge : 1432 mm;
• AFC with magnetic card from 1995, upgraded on 2000. From 2006, togheter with RATB an functional platform was made to allow commun transport titles, this beeing first phase of Metro-RATB tariff integration.

Rolling stock:
• 44 x Bombardier Movia 346
• ~30 x IVA Astra old trains


This is how an usual IVA-Astra Metro car looks like. However, there are many types of these (modernized). There have been 504 cars (=252 normal trains/REM/) made between '76-'92. They can be coupled in groups of 4 cars (2 x REM) or 6 cars (3 x REM).



And a BM Movia 346 train:

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Old December 28th, 2010, 08:17 PM   #46
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Old December 28th, 2010, 09:11 PM   #47
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What about Bucharest buses? are they low floor ?
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Well, let's see - RATB's inventory of vehicles:

Buses:

- Mercedes Citaro 2 (500):



- Mercedes Citaro 1 (500):



- Rocar De Simon (300):



Trolleybuses:

- Irisbus Citelis (license built buy Astrabus - 100):



- Ikarus 415T (200):



Trams:

- Bucur LF (1 prototype, more being built):



- V3A-93-CH-PPC (40 - AC version to be made called V3A-2010-CH-PPC):



- Bucur 1 (10 - using cannibalized Tatras):



- V3A-2S-93 (>20 and still building):



- V3A-93 (300 including subversions):



- Tatra T4R (>100):



Site to watch for Bucharest Transport maps and up to date changes:

http://transbuc.info/

Present map:

https://603717006507507039-a-1802744...attredirects=0
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There aren't 300 RocarDeSimon, there are only ~150. Sadly all the NON-Citaro buses are being scrapped.

Also, you've forgot some models:


Buses:

DAF [3 similar models] (~150):




IVECO (~25):


ROCAR AUTODROMO (1):



Trolleybuses:

ROCAR AUTODROMO (1):


ROCAR DE SIMON (1)



The ROCAR AUTODROMO (2000) prototype models were Rocar's only chance to "survive". The Autodromo bus is cooler than the boring Citaros, and the Autodromo trolleybus is cooler than the Irisbus Citelis ones.

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Old January 11th, 2011, 05:00 PM   #50
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Do you have datas about ridership of transit modes in Bucharest?
Are there plans for extending metro network, making underground tramway sections, and tramway extensions?
Bucharest have central railway station. Are there plans for downtown railway tunnel for commuter rail (regional metro) and some IC trains?
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Old January 11th, 2011, 06:42 PM   #51
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For the extension of metro network plans and a map of tramlines:
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Old January 19th, 2011, 12:12 PM   #52
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JANUARY 19, 2011 AT 9:47 AM

Bucharest metro company Metrorex has started the bid for the Eroilor – Piata Iancului segment of a new metro line connecting Drumul Taberei neighborhood to the Pantelimon area of the capital city. The value of the contract is of EUR 531 million, according to Metrorex and will be covered through an external loan and from the state budget. The duration of the contract is set for 30 months from when it will be awarded.

The new metro line, M5, will connect Drumul Taberei to Pantelimon area of Bucharest. Drumul Taberei is one of the few remaining Bucharest neighborhoods which doesn’t benefit from metro connection.
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Metrorex organizes EUR 12.1 mln consultancy services bid for new Bucharest M7
JANUARY 28, 2011 AT 11:23 AM

Bucharest metro company Metrorex will organize a bid to award a EUR 12.1 million contract for design, technical consultancy, legal and technical assistance to prepare the public private partnership (PPP) project for a new metro line in Bucharest.

The bid offers will be opened on March 24, at 11,00 hours, at the Metrorex headquarters. The consultancy contract will cover three years, while the documentation for the PPP is expected to be finalized in nine months.

The new metro line, M7, would connect Bragadiru – Alexandriei – Rahova – Piaţa Unirii – Moşilor – Obor – Colentina – Voluntari. The 25-kilometer metro line will have 30 stations and a depot.

Metrorex estimates it would take eight years for the new line to be finalized. The new Bucharest metro line will connect neighborhoods Alexandriei – Rahova to the Obor- Colentina area.
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Bucharest will be a subway yard in the coming decade. Over 36 km of new mainlines will be U/C, bringing the total subway network in Bucharest to over 100 km.
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great news
what about line to the Airport ?
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Nothing new yet. But I am guessing they should tender it this year. The feasibility study is ready since 2008 and they signed the financing agreement with the Japanese Government last year.
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Romanian state-run subway company Metrorex has awarded a EUR 215 million construction contract for the Raul Doamnei-Hasdeu sector of Bucharest’s new subway mainline to a consortium made up of Astaldi (Italy), FCC (Spain), Delta ACM and AB Construct (Romania). People close to the matter told Mediafax newswire that Greek construction company Aktor, which had made a RON 1.009 billion (EUR 237 million) offer, contested the auction. According to Astaldi, construction work might start in the second half of the year.

Turkish-Russian-Italian consortium Dogus-Gulermak-Moscovskii-Metrostroi-Salini submitted a bid of 1.076 billion lei (EUR 253 million), VAT excluded, and Austrian-Romanian consortium Strabag/Straco Grup made a RON 1.94 billion offer (EUR 456 million).

The construction project will be financed by the European Investment Bank and the state budget.
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With an action plan requiring EUR 8 billion of investment over the coming years, the first results of the subway network expansion should arrive in 2015. Gheorghe Udriste, the Metrorex GM, told BR the first new subway line, Raul Doamnei-Eroilor, is expected to be fully operational in about four years, as works will start this spring.

What is the status of the works on line 5, Drumul Taberei-Pantelimon?
Currently, we have the resources to finance works on the section Raul Doamnei-Eroilor – the first phase of line 5, Drumul Taberei-Pantelimon, which will be 6 kilometers long and have 10 stations. We have already organized the bid for the construction works but it was stopped because of complaints from some companies that participated in the auction. For this first part of line 5 the wining companies in the auction are Astaldi-FCC-Delta-AB Construct. Of this line a small segment will go to the Bancusi neighborhood where we will build a depot. For this part of the line Max BOEGL Romania was declared the winner. Aktor is the company that challenged the bid. The Raul Doamnei-Eroilor section of line 5 will probably be ready in about four years. Construction will begin this spring.

What other investment plans are there?
For metro line 6, which will connect the subway network with Otopeni Airport, the procedures have been started to select the technical consultant. We already have a shortlist of interested firms. We estimate that the tender for the execution works will start towards the middle of next year. This line will be 16 kilometers long with 19 stations.

Another important project that we have proposed is a new metro line on the route Bragadiru-Rahova-Piata Unirii-Obor-Colentina-Voluntari through a public-private partnership. The line will be 21 kilometers long with 31 stations.

What are Metrorex’s financing sources for these investments?
Since last year, the Finance Ministry and Transport Ministry have arranged a loan of EUR 395 million through the European Investment Bank (EIB). Under the agreement with the EIB, the Romanian state has to come up with another EUR 395 million for the first phase of metro line 5, Raul Doamnei-Eroilor. The terms of the credit are 3.5 percent interest per year, with a repayment period of 15 years and a grace period of 7 years.

Also, we have a credit of 41 billion yen (approximately EUR 320 million) to partly finance the works on line 6, which links Piata Victoriei to Otopeni Airport. The government also pledged to find funding sources to co-finance this project. To further reduce the cost, we changed the starting point. While the initial terminus was Piata Victoriei, we think that another solution would be to start it from 1 Mai station, which would reduce the project costs by EUR 200 million to approximately EUR 850 million. The terms of this loan, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency are 1.5 percent interest per year, a repayment period of 25 years and grace period of 7 years. The cost per one kilometer of functional metro track amounts to EUR 50-60 million.

Are you searching for other financing sources and are you concerned that political changes could block these projects?
I'm afraid that a political change in the governing process could affect Metrorex’s development projects. Regarding financing, I can say that the Transport Ministry has initiated a new memorandum project for the approval of an additional credit line from the EIB to finance part of the construction of line 5 from Universitate to Pantelimon, worth approximately EUR 465 million. The state would have to come up with the same sum. We think that the commitment will be initiated this year. Also, we have proposed and approved a total budget of RON 233 million for this year. A third of this sum comes from the budget and the remaining RON 160 million from foreign loans and the local component.

We also have money to purchase 37 new trains, 16 of which will be used to replace some old stock. The acquisition should take place in June this year. The remaining 21 trains will be procured for the use of line 5.

How did Metrorex finish last year?
Metrorex’s activity improved over last year as the number of passengers grew by about 8 million people compared to 2009’s results. Metrorex handles about 600,000 passengers per weekday and has a capacity of around one billion passengers. We cannot talk in terms of profit. Currently, our activity is about 60 percent subsidized by the state budget, while the rest is covered by ticket sales and other activities such as renting commercial or advertising space on the subway. Under the government’s agreement with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) we will have to reduce the subsidies, meaning an increase in ticket prices. Currently, we are analyzing such an increase.
Let’s not forget about the unpaid debts of Metrorex. The company has debts of RON 200 million to Alstom for maintenance expenses accrued from 2008 to 2010. Here we are faced with a problem as the maintenance contract stipulates that these operating expenses be paid through government ordinance from the state budget. But the payments were not made over these three years and now they have to be covered from Metrorex’s revenues and state subsidies. Currently, we are in the process of renegotiating the contract with Alstom which should be done by late March.

What is the status of the investment projects started last year?
Metrorex had available a total budget of RON 400 million last year which was 99 percent spent. About 30 percent of this budget (RON 77 million) came from budgetary allocations, and the rest from the state and from a loan taken out from the EIB.

The money was used to finance further construction work at line 4 stations 1 Mai and Parc Bazilescu – which will continue this year – upgrading the existing energy facilities in the subway. Also, last year's budget funded facility projects, meaning the installation of escalators – a project which has been completed – and installation of elevators that will continue this year. And we contracted the technical and legal consultancy services for metro line 5, Drumul Taberei-Universitate.

The collective work contract expires next month. Do you anticipate problems from the Metrorex union?
We are in the process of negotiating a new collective work contract for March 2011-March 2012. Unfortunately, this year's budget does not include salary increases. Moreover, so far we have had 3,000 applications for new jobs at Metrorex.


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New lines
M4 – Gara de Nord – Gara Progresu EUR 950 million
M5 – Drumul Taberei – Pantelimon EUR 1.7 billion
M6 – 1 Mai – Otopeni EUR 850 million
M7 – Bragadiru – Voluntari EUR 1.9 billion

Network extensions
Pacii – Linia de Centura Vest EUR 250 million
Laminorului – Mogosoaia EUR 290 million
Pipera – Tunari EUR 650 million
Pantelimon – Cernica EUR 250 million
Ghencea – Domnesti EUR 400 million
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Siemens will produce Imperio trams for Europe at URAC Bucharest:

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Regia Autonomă de Transport Bucureşti (RATB), în colaborare cu Astra Vagoane Arad şi Siemens, va produce sub licenţă un tramvai numit Imperio, care să fie ieftin şi să aibă succesul Loganului pe piaţa internă şi pe cea externă, a anunţat, luni, directorul RATB, Adrian Criţ.

"Tramvaiul va fi de calitate occidentală, cu podea joasă şi aer condiţionat, şi va costa circa două milioane de euro, faţă de 2,5 milioane, cât costă în general un astfel de vehicul de transport public", a mai spus Criţ.

Tramvaiul va avea două-şase corpuri. Un tramvai cu patru corpuri va putea transporta circa 300 de călători.

Licenţa Siemens pentru vagoane aparţine Astra Vagoane, care va contribui şi cu investiţii în amenajarea spaţiilor şi retehnologizarea liniei de producţie din cadrul Uzinei de Reparaţii Atelierele Centrale RATB.

Siemens va aduce o parte din piese, printre care şi motorul, iar RATB va pune la dispoziţie spaţiile de producţie şi forţa de muncă, estimată la 150 de persoane.

Tramvaiele vor fi destinate atât pieţei interne, cât şi celei externe, iar cei trei parteneri vor beneficia de părţi egale din profit, în baza unui acord-cadru pe 10 ani.

Prototipul Imperio va fi gata în octombrie, iar până la sfârşitul anului vor fi construite primele patru-cinci tramvaie.

Producţia anuală este estimată la 30-40 de tramvaie.
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The Imperio prototype built by RATB in collaboration with Astra Vagoane and Siemens will be ready in October and the first 4-5 tramcars will be completed by year end.

The Bucharest Autonomous Transportation Administration (RATB), in partnership with Astra Vagoane Arad and Siemens, will build, under license, a tramcar meant to be cheap and successful on both the internal and external markets, RATB Director Adrian Crit announced yesterday, being quoted by Realitatea.net.

“The tramcar will have Western standards of quality, will have a low floor and air conditioning and will cost approximately EUR 2 M compared to EUR 2.5 M which is the general cost of such a public transportation vehicle,” Crit added. The tramcar will have two to six sections. A four-section tramcar will have a capacity of approximately 300 passengers. The Siemens license for tramcars is owned by Astra Vagoane, the latter set to also contribute with investments in upgrading the production line of RATB’s Repair Plant. Siemens will bring a part of the subparts, including the engine, while RATB will offer the production line and the labor force estimated at 150 persons. Cristian Secosan, President of Siemens Romania, has expressed his satisfaction with this partnership, pointing out that the German company will deliver a part of the new tramcars’ components that will be of the highest quality.

The tramcars will target both the internal and external markets, with the three partners set to get equal shares of the profit, on the basis of a 10-year framework agreement. The Imperio prototype will be ready in October, with the first 4 or 5 tramcars set to be completed by the end of the year. The annual production is estimated at 30-40 tramcars. Municipal council members will have to approve the framework agreement for the partnership with Astra Vagoane Arad and Siemens. Astra Vagoane Arad has over 120 years experience in the construction of tramcars and is ready to finance this project so that the first prototype will be ready in six months’ time.

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On the other hand, the RATB official pointed out that new routes leading towards large commercial centres and office buildings will be created: “We have requests from a building located at the Otopeni Bridge; it will be ready in approximately three months and 11,000 people will work there. We have requests to lengthen the Pipera Street route into Voluntari because a lot of office buildings are located there.” RATB has a park of 1,500 publi transportation vehicles.
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The archeological vestiges found last autumn during digs for a future underground parking in the Universitate area of Bucharest will not hamper the works for the subway line No. 5, due to connect the Drumul Taberei and Pantelimon districts of the Capital. Furthermore, the old walls will be preserved in a museum accessible to metro passengers.

Historians and archeologists quoted by B365.ro say the vestiges found under the Universitate area of central Bucharest might be either the basement of the ‘St. Sava’ Church, demolished around year 1870, or the arched cellars of old manors.

“The Universitate vestiges won’t hamper our work, because our tunnel is located elsewhere, near the station. Even if we’ll encounter some old walls, we will try to preserve them in a small museum, in the hallway of the station, available to the public. Encasing them comes at a minimum cost and has no impact upon the budget of the project,” said Gheorghe Udriste, the general manager of Metrorex SA, quoted by B365.ro.

The main line No. 5 of the Bucharest subway network, which will connect Drumul Taberei district to Pantelimon, will be divided into three segments: Raul Doamnei - Eroilor (11 stations), Eroilor - Piata Iancului (8 stations) and Piata Iancului – Pantelimon (7 stations).
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