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Old June 16th, 2011, 01:29 AM   #1
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TEGUCIGALPA | Trans 450

TRANS 450 TEGUCIGALPA HONDURAS

Works started in 2012 in Tegucigalpa Transmetro
The mayor said the total project cost is 150 million dollars.


Tegucigalpa, HONDURAS
Honduran authorities did on Tuesday officially launched a new mass transit project in the capital.

This transport system known as Transmetro, where the route starts at the National Stadium and end in the ring from a neighborhood called Kennedy.

At official ceremonies on Tuesday attended by the Mayor of Central District, Ricardo Álvarez, the President of Congress, Juan Orlando Hernandez and designated presidential Bográn Marie Antoinette.

The mayor said the project cost is $ 30 million, with financing from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

"Today is a historic day," the capital's mayor, who said that this project is to change the current way in which citizens are transported, ensuring that passengers will benefit most low-income.

Alvarez said that the plan we have is that the construction of rails for Carry Transmetro next January.

Also explained that the new system will have security measures for users, as there will be police officers in different seasons.

It is still unknown what the ticket price for those wishing to use the new medium.

For his part, President of the National Congress said that this project will require transport companies to partner with the government, and if they want to "be associated humble people who want to invest."

For it stressed the recently approved Public Private Partnership Act.

The mayor hopes to inaugurate the new means of transport at the end of 2013 before the end of this government.

http://www.elheraldo.hn/Ediciones/20...en-Tegucigalpa

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http://www.lacapitaldehonduras.com/metro.htm


Transit will consider changes to the Trans 450 vials
Establish stations, ramps for boarding and reorganization of transportation routes in Tegucigalpa.
18.05.11


Tegucigalpa, HONDURAS
The additional works to start the first phase of the Trans 450 in the capital of Honduras are diverse.

Besides enabling a space to locate the ways in which buses will circulate faster, one must consider the stations, ramps for boarding and a reorganization of transport routes across the city, to name a few things.

For now, the authorities of the National Traffic Management (DNT) announced that they will meet with representatives from the council to establish what the road changes that are needed to operate the Trans 450.

David Ortega, curator of the DNT, said that to ensure the smooth operation of the exclusive track ramps should be installed in order to prevent other vehicles from entering the special lane.

Recommended to be made alliances with transport companies to reorganize urban transport routes to ensure smooth traffic movement in the area of Trans 450.

According to Elias Lizardo, project management consultant to the mayor's office, the goal is to give the capital's best transportation alternatives that are safe and effective.

http://www.elheraldo.hn/Tegucigalpa/...a-el-Trans-450
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The English translations of the articles are somewhat confusing. Based on some of the images that accompany the articles, I assume that Transmetro will be Bus Rapid Transit.

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What type of rail system will this be? Do they have a web site? For a system to be up in two years, I would venture to guess light rail.
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Indeed looks like BRT to me, which is a great success in many South American cities.

Mass transportation for a fraction of the cost of outdated light rail systems.
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The English translations of the articles are somewhat confusing. Based on some of the images that accompany the articles, I assume that Transmetro will be Bus Rapid Transit.

If this picture is right, the busses seem to be Brazilian Marcopolos Congrats to Honduras btw!
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The English translations of the articles are somewhat confusing. Based on some of the images that accompany the articles, I assume that Transmetro will be Bus Rapid Transit.

if you have reason to translation, and whether BRT will be in the draw, the BRT photography called transmetro Guatemala, Honduras is not to within a few months is supposed to be ready for the road designs as they are, but not an published
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What type of rail system will this be? Do they have a web site? For a system to be up in two years, I would venture to guess light rail.
will be a BRT system, the construction begins in January 2012, here is the web pag and some information http://www.lacapitaldehonduras.com/varias99.htm

Trans 450, a novel approach
saving fuel




The Mayor of Central District, Ricardo Alvarez, said in January 2012 will start building the first corridor through which pass the first stage of transmetro project, which is a modern public transport system which becomes an innovative fuel-saving proposal because it will reduce traffic in the city.

Alvarez gave this information in an event attended by the presidential designee Bográn Marie Antoinette, the president of National Congress (NC), Juan Orlando Hernández, deputies and city officials knew that this new model includes transport in the capital.

The mayor explained that after the Inter-American Development Bank, IDB approved a loan in the order of $ 30 million to implement the first phase of the Trans 450, needed to approve legislation that will expedite its construction, so designated the Presidential submission to the Legislature a bill to concretize the project.

Therefore, the owner of CN agreed to approve the decree establishing the regulatory framework for Public Transportation Program for the Central District (Tegucigalpa-Comayagüela) will be managed by a Management Unit attached to the Central District Municipality, which will count with technical, administrative and financial, he said.

He added that the adoption of this law can start building the first corridor in January next year and conclude in the last half of 2013, which will cost $ 33 million, of which 30 million will be financed by the IDB and the rest by the Mayor of the capital, benefiting some 130 000 people using public transport.

This initiative will be framed by the laws passed by the NC in Public-Private Partnerships, "but having as main partners to friends carriers because here what is coming is not a big move to a small but Many small to become medium and large in the future, giving these opportunities for participation to people, "he argued.

"At these stages of reconciliation we must work as a team and making sure that the steps we are to improve the quality of life of people," as it is showing the government, legislature, municipalities and carriers, who are united to advance this project will surely serve as an example nationwide, he said.



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The designated president highlighted the commitment of President Porfirio Lobo Sosa, to assist in whatever is necessary to capital, and joint efforts to implement this initiative, because "to achieve the country in fact they should prioritized the person, the welfare of its inhabitants. "

To achieve these objectives it is necessary to team up and integrate a single line in which the national interest must prevail and the collective benefit to foster better development schemes, "it is extraordinary that we can leave as a legacy of government," he reflected.

The president of CN also announced its commitment to help the Mayor to develop projects to provide opportunities for the underprivileged and give results together, so committed to streamlining the approval of the law that regulates the Trans 450.

"We are living in extraordinary times for Honduras, with great opportunity and what we have preached, which is the reconciliation, unity should also focus on such activities, he said and then make a commitment to promptly pass the law that regulates the Trans 450 .

According to studies made by the district's new system will greatly improve conditions of public transport and passenger car traffic and people in general, which will structure a competitive city, efficiently and equitably, to improve the living conditions of its inhabitants.

The first phase will cover the route-Kennedy National Stadium, while second stage, the runner will be Boulevard European Economic Community-El Carrizal, routes that estimated in return will be in about 40 minutes because a bus will come replace the 124 vehicles that normally circulate in the city.

In principle, it will operate 19 units have a useful life of at least 20 years, which will move through a system of exclusive lanes, making it a priority program for the development of capital, coupled with other infrastructure road to be implemented in the coming months.
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Indeed looks like BRT to me, which is a great success in many South American cities.

Mass transportation for a fraction of the cost of outdated light rail systems.
Most likely to resemble the articulated bus that appears in the photographs and published appears blue, those which will be circulated through the city, the greens are in Guatemala

Explain a little better what the cost, which I understand is that the cost of the BRT in Tegucigalpa is the same as a meter? Explain this please
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If this picture is right, the busses seem to be Brazilian Marcopolos Congrats to Honduras btw!
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HERE'S MOST OF THE INFORMATION TO CLARIFY SOME DOUBTS

Objectives, Components and Costs



The objective of this project is to improve the public passenger transport and transit in general in order to structure a competitive city, efficient and equitable, with opportunities for mobility sostenible3 the lower income population and provide transportation to job opportunities and economic and social development. The first corridor at a cost of $ 33 million, operationally and financially self-sustainable and would be financed by this operation. To this end, the loan will finance the implementation of a modern transport BRT (Bus Rapid Transit) that will connect outlying areas to areas that generate jobs and services. The project will reduce travel times, spending on transport for users of the peripheries and the levels of road accidents in the corridors. It will strengthen the public transport industry and reduce environmental pollution.

Physical interventions include, among others, the adequacy of a segregated lane, construction of bus stops and transfer terminals, yards, and works to revitalize and pedestrianise elements in downtown Tegucigalpa, and the basins of the system. Institutionally, the project is expected to reform the existing regulatory scheme and allow the public sector have better tools to plan, monitor and control the transport operation. Similarly, this project will modernize the public transport industry in the first corridor, through the consolidation of operating companies, linking the service through concession contracts and the formalization of employment within firms.

As in other countries, the implementation and operation of the project are designed on the basis of a scheme of public-private partnership. Infrastructure investments will be financed by the national government and the municipality. On the other hand, the operation of the buses will be given in concession to private operators who will be responsible for the provision of rolling stock and equipment yards, anticipating that the remuneration of its services will be based on the miles traveled by vehicles in accordance with programming and frequencies. Private investment would be U.S. $ 15.7 million *. The Operations Center will monitor the quality of service and will care for users.

The collection of tickets will be entrusted to a private company contracted by public bidding, the company will be independent of the companies operating bus services. The management of resources will be in charge of a trust fund to be created. The resources from this fund will be used to: (i) make payments to operators of fleets of buses, according to the terms of the concession contracts, (ii) cover the cost of ticket collection system, ( iii) cover the administration and operation of the executing unit, including supervision and control of the operation and safety in the corridors, and (iv) establish a reserve fund for the management fee.

To achieve these objectives, the project will finance the following:



Table 1



Component 1: First Public Transport Corridor (U.S. $ 31.4 million). This component will finance the design, structure and implementation of an integrated public passenger transport by bus priority to their high movement capability through a system of lanes and segregated. In the first stage will Suyapa Boulevard corridor and Central American Boulevard, the main axis and the largest volume of passengers, including feeder roads, improvement of urban environment and implementation of a network of cycle paths and pedestrian systems. This component includes funds to hire consulting services to carry out the designs of terminals, bus stops and playgrounds and implementation and supervision of works. Provides resources to finance the following activities:

Supervision: technical supervision, social and environmental and financial performance of the works.

Improved Infrastructure and Urban Environment: includes: (a) implementing a corridor of approximately 4.3 kilometers segregated. The center lanes of the corridor selected conditioned to withstand the passage of articulated buses and physically separated lanes, mixed-use, available for movement of vehicles, trucks, taxis, etc. Finance works consisting of: (i) paving of roads in all lanes road, (ii) construction of sidewalks to facilitate access to motorized transport terminals and stations integration, (iii) road signs, traffic lights at intersections of corridors, to allow optimization of general traffic, giving priority to urban public transport flows, and (iv) implementation of the measures set out in plans for environmental and social management of the work involved. (B) paving and improvement of public spaces and pathways in the stretch-Colonia Kennedy Kennedy circle (1.5 km), (c) paving and improvement of feeder routes, including improving its signage and construction of bus stops throughout spaced approximately 400 m (d) design and construction of a patio and two intermediate stations exchange for transfers between trunk and feeder route (e) acquisition of land for terminals and yards (f) design and construction of 8 stations the trunk system and 9 stops on the boulevards Central Suyapa, (g) integrated traffic light system at 10 intersections, connected to the Control Center, (h) works of urban and landscape improvements along the corridor, and (i) network Cycle paths and pedestrian systems in the historic center of Tegucigalpa.

Operation and Control Center: Includes: (i) technology platform control center: consulting the comprehensive security system, and center equipment management and control, (ii) concessions of services: collection tender awards, and grant transport services, and (iii) equipment and furniture.

Social and Environmental Viability: Includes: (i) support and mitigation of impacts to existing transportation system operators, business training and technical assistance to carriers, (ii) social communication: design and implementation of a communication campaign, and ( iii) operationalization social monitoring system design project's social impacts, identification of employment opportunities, technical training jobs, job and return to work.

Component 2. Institutional Strengthening (U.S. $ 200,000). Additional technical consulting and support to operationalize the system, such as the design details of system operation and control, rules for licensing of personnel and technical driving of vehicles, cost control system operation manuals, contingencies (vehicle accidents, emergencies), among others.

Component 3. Administration ($ 500,000). Includes: (i) management and support: social communication specialists, environmental, transportation planning, operation, transportation, finance / procurement, collection systems, strategic negotiation with carriers, professional technical personnel and support, etc.. (Ii) equipment, and (iii) expenses.

Component 4. Financial audit and evaluation ($ 250,000). Includes resources to hire financial audits and independent external evaluations.

InfraFund technical cooperation (ATN/OC-12220-HO) are funding the technical, economic, legal and socio-environmental development required for the initial project. This includes the following studies: (i) demand and economic and financial feasibility, (ii) functional design of the corridor and pre-operational design, (iii) financial structuring, legal and institutional (iv) engineering design of the project, (v ) strategy of communication and socialization, and (vi) socio-environmental analysis. The studies described in subparagraphs (i) through (iv) are in final stages of recruitment. Engineering designs of the project would be completed by the end of March 2011. It is in the process of hiring legal counsel to develop legal instruments required to consolidate the agreements the government and CDMA (Central District Municipality) have agreed to develop the system. Thus, this technical cooperation funds to strengthen the Executive Unit of the Mayor through the dedicated support of international experts.

You are managing a technical cooperation (HO-T1142) for funding the analysis of sustainable urban mobility and long-term investments that can structure and management of the sector and support the Capital Plan 450. This technical assistance will include, among others, the detailed design of: (i) the land for the area of ​​direct influence of corridors that will encourage diversified land use, (ii) plan for vehicles and pedestrians in the area central and stage (iii) detailed plans for the restriction of parking in the main areas of Tegucigalpa, (iv) possible improvements in pedestrian access routes to the BRT corridors, ensuring universal accessibility.

Costs. The project is financed by an investment loan. The total project cost is U.S. $ 33 million to be funded according to the following breakdown: (i) U.S. $ 30 million IDB (IDB), and (ii) U.S. $ 3 million in counterpart. Counterpart funds will be provided by the CDMA and is expected to be financed for the bikeway and pedestrian systems IFC loan funds, in the case of land acquisition, is seeking to maximize the use of public land available for locate the terminals of this first stage of the project. The Bank's resources include $ 30 million from parallel resources of the Fund for Special Operations (FSO) and the Ordinary Capital (OC), considered as a single loan with two sources to be disbursed pari passu with a 30% and 70% respectively.

Table 2



Environmental and Social Risks

The project will have mostly positive impacts as it will contribute to improve the mobility of the population, particularly those with lower incomes through better provision of public transport. These improvements will be realized in terms of quality (increased frequency and reliability of service and new vehicles and sustainable technology), accessibility and speed of transport connecting the areas where people live in low-income and middle areas of concentration-generating activities employment and social services, such as the School and University Hospital. It will promote the improvement of streets, pedestrian conditions and mainly the environment of urban space and the central area of ​​Tegucigalpa.

In this context, the project will help reduce air pollution and CO2 emissions by reducing the number of vehicles on the CDMA as a result of rationalization of routes and attracting individual users of private vehicles for public transport and promoting the use of motorized transport.

During the preparation of the operation has developed a specific social and environmental analysis for the project, which addresses the political and environmental and social safeguards of the Bank and the legal framework at national and local levels. In accordance with the aforementioned legal framework prior to the signing of the works must have the environmental license to be issued by the Environmental Management Unit (UGA) of the municipality and the corresponding impact mitigation agreement to be signed by the PIU and the UGA.

According to the socio-environmental analysis performed, the anticipated environmental impacts will occur in the construction phase will be very significant, localized, temporary and reversible and the corresponding mitigation measures are known and easy to apply. These measures are part of the Environmental Management Plan Works presented in the ESMR (Social and Environmental Management Project) and will be incorporated into the respective bidding documents and contracts for execution and construction supervision of brokers. In addition, detailed engineering designs of the runners will include an analysis of vulnerability and, if necessary, the corresponding adaptation to climate change.

According to technical studies and field visits, it is anticipated the involvement of people or economic activities, however necessary, will develop a relocation plan in accordance with the guidelines for acquisition and involuntary resettlement areas, presented in the ESMR and were developed according to the OP-710 Bank. To do this, establish the necessary legal frameworks with adherence to the aforementioned policy and legislation of Honduras **; implement actions that allow for compensation and relocation that comply with the OP-710 in addition to significantly minimize the risks associated with claims the expropriation process. The main expected social impacts are related to changes in the transport system and consequent impact on existing operators and users. To mitigate these, there are plans to design mechanisms to promote the participation of existing operators as participants in the new scheme of public transport. For those who are outside the system, promote the implementation of training workshops to support their reintegration into the labor market. Also expected to design advertising campaigns and awareness of the characteristics of BRT system, including new operating rules, ethics of public transport and environmental education practices associated with the use thereof.

Fiduciary Risk

An analysis of the institutional capacity of executing agency, noting that while CDMA is carrying out important works, some limitations to this project because of the skills required and deadlines. It was agreed that the most efficient way to carry it out is through an Executing Unit (EU) specific to the project, which will be implemented in the office of the private management of public management of CDMA. It was also agreed that staff must conform to the Unit and the deadlines for transposition of this staff, with emphasis on obtaining: (i) ability to recruit and manage major projects using the Bank's procurement procedures, (ii) whether the management planning and operations, particularly in aspects of operation, transport economics (costs and fees), and (iii) bidding processes of transportation and safekeeping. ATN/OC-12220 in technical cooperation resources are for the training of personnel responsible for the EU and the project will allocate resources to strengthen the EU's ability to operate the system.

Three months after the EU created an institutional assessment was carried out using the methodology SECI (Institutional Capacity Assessment) and, based on its outcome would propose further action to strengthen and measures, actions and modifications to the arrangements trust. Periodic tests are performed throughout the project to confirm that the mitigation measures have been implemented and are working as intended and has been detecting changes in the levels of risk to adjust mitigation measures necessary.

Other Special Features and Risk

Economic Evaluation. We performed the economic evaluation of the impacts that the project would generate, quantifying the most significant direct impacts. Direct benefits considered in the evaluation component of improving public transport include savings in vehicle operating costs, and time savings for users. To determine the benefit by reducing operational costs, consider reducing the miles that buses now run through and under the new system and increasing the commercial speed. For the determination of benefits in travel time savings was calculated the time difference to make the journey with the average current speed and it would be implemented once the BRT system, apply the value of man-hour, weighted for different reasons for traveling.

The economic evaluation considers a period of analysis of 20 years from completion of works and a discount rate of 12%. The transit project has a NPV (Net Present Value) of $ 19.3 million and an IRR (Internal Rate of Return) of 21%. We performed a sensitivity analysis the most significant, and in all cases the rates of return were above 12%, confirming the robustness of the project.

Financial Capacity of CDMA. From the analysis of financial statements of the CDMA, we concluded that it is able to assume the financial obligations associated with this project, amounting to U.S. $ 3M for the project. The following table shows the values ​​consolidated balance sheet and income statement of CDMA for the years 2006, 2007 y2009 ***.

Table 3



During this period, municipal finance surplus has been consistently demonstrated by a positive income statement at the end of each year. The result of each period has been increasing. Also, the municipal heritage has increased significantly over the same period. Despite the increase in municipal debt (currently amounts to U.S. $ 148 M) within the period studied, have also increased the assets (currently $ 173 M), demonstrating an acceptable level of liquidity. Current liabilities and short-term financial operations have taken on greater prominence during this period, as for 85% of total municipal current liabilities. Finally, the total amount of long-term debt has remained unchanged at U.S. $ 26M since 2006.

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* The investment includes: (i) articulated buses (35), U.S. $ 8.7 million, (ii) conventional buses (20), U.S. $ 2.0 million, (iii) playgrounds and workshops, $ 1.0 million, (iv) collection system, U.S. $ 4.0 million.
** Procedures similar to those set forth in Legislative Decree 72-2007 and 14-2008 of the Congress in relation to the figure of expropriation for public utility and according to Property Law and Law of the Millennium Challenge Account Millennium 1 September 2005.
*** At the time of drafting the document, the 2008 data were not available
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Indeed looks like BRT to me, which is a great success in many South American cities.

Mass transportation for a fraction of the cost of outdated light rail systems.
Then why does the article say "Alvarez said that the plan we have is that the construction of rails for Carry Transmetro next January. " ?
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Then why does the article say "Alvarez said that the plan we have is that the construction of rails for Carry Transmetro next January. " ?
The original Spanish text states, "Álvarez informó que el plan que se tiene es que las obras de construcción de los carriles para el transmetro den inicio en enero próximo." The word "carriles" could be translated as "lanes" rather than "rails".
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why is it called Trans 450? What does the 450 number mean?

I'm sorry I can't read the text above -- it hurts my brain.
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why is it called Trans 450? What does the 450 number mean?

I'm sorry I can't read the text above -- it hurts my brain.
currently the mayor of the city, structure plan projects such as overpasses, bridges, etc, among these projects BRT (Trans 450) and all that the mayor called 450 http://www.lacapitaldehonduras.com/ PLAN and hence the name trans 450, I do not like the name, and there is now a web pag where anyone can participate to a proposed name http://www.lacapitaldehonduras.com/murosolidario.htm
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is this for the 450th anniversary of this city?
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is this for the 450th anniversary of this city?
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