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Old December 15th, 2015, 12:34 AM   #841
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Old December 29th, 2015, 12:35 AM   #842
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Old December 30th, 2015, 07:56 PM   #843
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Strategic Transport Plan leaves out the Algarve line electrification


Line electrification spared 400,000 euros per year to the CP. Operation has already been planned and money affects, but last "optimized" version of the plan by Portugal Infrastructure dropped it. Mayors complain.


The Algarve line measures 141 kilometers, of which only the central section of 40 kilometers (Faro-Tunes) is electrified .


The electrification of sections Vila Real de Santo António, Faro and Tunes-Lagos, in the Algarve line, allow the CP save 394,148 euros per year if the old diesel railcars were replaced by electric rolling stock. PUBLIC reached this result given that a UTE (Triple Electric Unit) has a cost of 38 cents per kilometer. The UTE is the railcars that CP has to make the regional service in the Algarve.


According to the schedules of CP, its trains run every month, between Lagos and Vila Real de Sto. Anthony, 86 436 kilometers in regional service. This is done with railcars UDD (Units Doubles Diesel), who consume 76 cents per kilometer (double the electric railcars): the service costs the CP 65 691 euros per month.


But if it was provided by electrical equipment, would cost just 32,846 euros, which means that the CP would save 394,148 euros a year.


At this cost savings, there would still be necessary to add that the company would benefit from increased revenue to spend to have a service with greater speed, reliability and convenience. On the other hand, to unify the movement across the line with electrical equipment, the CP could create direct trains to Lisbon and Porto from any Algarve station.


Nothing would prevent the Alfa Pendular was the Olhão, Tavira or even to Vila Real. And technically it would be easier to have direct trains from Lagos and Portimão to Lisbon (without transhipment in Tunis). To this must also be added the external impacts of his business as the reduction of road traffic in the region, the less likelihood of accidents and reduction of CO2 emissions.


The Algarve line modernization came to be enrolled in the PETI (Strategic Plan for Transport and Investment) with a budget of 55 million euros to spend up to 2020. The aim was to electrify the line and even build an extension to Faro airport. But the latest version of PETI, which was "optimized" for Infrastructure Portugal (company replaced the Refer and Estradas de Portugal), no longer includes any investment in that corridor.


The line of the Algarve measures 141 kilometers, of which a central section of 40 kilometers (Faro-Tunes) is already electrified. Diesel were dependent on the two ends: Faro-Vila Real de Santo António (57 kilometers) and Tunes-Lagos (44 kilometers). The electrification, without considering a line to the airport would cost EUR 10.5 million.


That is why the president of CP, Manuel Queiró, considers it a priority to electrification of the line further south of the country. Earlier this month, speaking to PUBLIC, the manager considered that the decision of Portugal Infrastructure "is a game that we have to play to see how it looks."


The president of Portimão chamber, Isilda Gomes (PS), aligns the claim to recover the 55 million before investment of euros. "The Algarve certainly be felt next to the rightful their discontent," he says. The mayor, national leader of the PS, believes that the Algarve line electrification not only brings economic benefits. "It is crucial for there to be a real public transport policy and mobility in the region."


In the same sense the president of Faro Council, Roger Cod, PSD, expressed a regret. "When it comes to priority investments, we are used to they drop the Algarve - exists only in July and August."


Construction of the extension of the railway from the city to the airport - which receives more than 6 million passengers a year - came under consideration prior to the European Football Championship (Euro 2004), but has not passed the intention, in a framework which discussed ideas for the future of the region. On the part of CP were expressions of interest, but the company then responsible for infrastructure (Refer) did not follow that will.


A mobility policy based almost exclusively on individual transport, says Isilda Gomes leads to "constraints that are known on National Road (EN125) and environmental impact that such a situation entails." For his part, Roger Cod adds that tried to minimize the lack of the airport train connection, opening in 2012, a public tender for this route was served by bus, but think the problem has to be tackled on a regional level. "The Algarve needs a good railway service," he emphasizes.
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Are there any plans to reelectrify and modernize this line (and maybe also electrify the Alcántara connection?) anytime soon.

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The pedestrian bridge on the right is the original one from the metric-gauge line before it was regauged, isn't it?

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Why Portalegre and not Elvas and/or Badajoz, if these two have more central stations, and Elvas is bigger and Badajoz much bigger?
Portalegre station is rather far away from Portalegre, isn't it? I don't get this thing.

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Has this something to do with the new government, or is it just a Refer silly thing only?

How come they can't grasp that by electrifying Tunes-Lagos and Faro-Vila Real de Santo António they could get long-distance trains to/from Lisbon (hence more passengers), and a more reliable regional service?

Or is it that it's really that costly?
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Or is it that it's really that costly?
We are saving money to new bank bailouts.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 03:47 PM   #846
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Are there any plans to reelectrify and modernize this line (and maybe also electrify the Alcántara connection?) anytime soon.
There were in 2008 (when our former prime-minister that was arrested was in power).

But it was an expensive plan (200M€) and it was suspended. Nowadays it doubtful that they will do something on the next years!!



Portuguese thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=628225


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The pedestrian bridge on the right is the original one from the metric-gauge line before it was regauged, isn't it?
Yes it is!

Thank you Euro 2004!!


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Why Portalegre and not Elvas and/or Badajoz, if these two have more central stations, and Elvas is bigger and Badajoz much bigger?
Ok, how should I explain this logic. I think that you have the same problem in Spain, politicians, Portalegre is a district capital, and Elvas a town that borders with Spain and has the A6 motorway and Badajoz is a spanish town!!

The excuse to only reopen till Portalegre is that this line is a deficit railroad line (it was made on the XIX century) and it would only work on Fridays (one voyage each direction ) and Sundays to serve the target public consistently made by the National Academy of the GNR police and the local university students to connect to Abrantes and to Entroncamento and then with the rest of the country.

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Portalegre station is rather far away from Portalegre, isn't it? I don't get this thing.
Yes it is the Portalegre station is very far from the city. You have to understand, the portuguese railroad network remains the same as it was built on the late XIX century and on earliest XX century, except from the main lines that were lucky (E. U. & Euro 2004) to have some improvements.

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Has this something to do with the new government, or is it just a Refer silly thing only?

How come they can't grasp that by electrifying Tunes-Lagos and Faro-Vila Real de Santo António they could get long-distance trains to/from Lisbon (hence more passengers), and a more reliable regional service?

Or is it that it's really that costly?
It is a mix of everything, politicians, the national entity that joins the national roads and railroad infrastructure, lobi of the motorways companies /banks that finance them and so on….

According to the news article, the electrification would cost 10 M€!!

The Algarve line is a raw gold mine, electrified, and with some improvements (like new bypasses near the local towns, specially between Faro and Lagos) it would have an enormous boost in passengers!!
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The Algarve line is a raw gold mine, electrified, and with some improvements (like new bypasses near the local towns, specially between Faro and Lagos) it would have an enormous boost in passengers!!


Absolutely true.
The potentian of this line is huge.
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There were in 2008 (when our former prime-minister that was arrested was in power).

But it was an expensive plan (200M€) and it was suspended. Nowadays it doubtful that they will do something on the next years!!

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Portuguese thread: http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=628225
Interesting. Hope they'll end up doing something about it, the Cascais line is getting older and older...

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Ok, how should I explain this logic. I think that you have the same problem in Spain, politicians, Portalegre is a district capital, and Elvas a town that borders with Spain and has the A6 motorway and Badajoz is a spanish town!!
Gotcha.

Still... Elvas and Badajoz...
Anyway, both Elvas and Badajoz will benefit loads more of the Evora-Elvas connection.
And speaking of it, are there any news about it? Is it really going ahead at last?

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According to the news article, the electrification would cost 10 M€!!
Only €10M??? Are you sure?
Not that I think electrifying Tunes-Lagos and Faro-Vila Real de Santo António would be extremely expensive, but only €10M sounds really cheap to me...

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The Algarve line is a raw gold mine, electrified, and with some improvements (like new bypasses near the local towns, specially between Faro and Lagos) it would have an enormous boost in passengers!!
It doesn't take a genius to realise about it.
The Algarve is not much different from Spain's Costa del Sol or the Costa Blanca in this respect.
Curiously, the three areas have big transport issues coming from the fact of not having a railway line (or not having it anymore), or having an extremely unpractical and old line.
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Old January 5th, 2016, 12:33 PM   #849
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Interesting. Hope they'll end up doing something about it, the Cascais line is getting older and older...


Gotcha.

Still... Elvas and Badajoz...
Anyway, both Elvas and Badajoz will benefit loads more of the Evora-Elvas connection.

And speaking of it, are there any news about it? Is it really going ahead at last?
According to the orders given by the last goverment, the national railroad company (Infraestruturas de Portugal) only launch an international tender (October of 2015 with a duration of 15 months) for companies who want to participate on the making of the projects related with technical coordination, track, geotechnical and a fourth for services.

With the new government, no one knows what their ideas for that specific area are.



I think that you have very high expectations with this line.


According to the last/actual project, it will only be made a single track for freight trains with no capability for high speed trains (even in the future) and with very few possibility for passenger trains.



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Only €10M??? Are you sure?
Not that I think electrifying Tunes-Lagos and Faro-Vila Real de Santo António would be extremely expensive, but only €10M sounds really cheap to me...
I confirmed, the news article says 10,5 M€, withou counting a new line connencting the Algarve Line to Faro International Airport (1/2 Km)!!
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Documentary [in portuguese] about the Douro Line and the international deactivated section between Pocinho-Barca D`Alva-La Fregenada (Spain)


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Derailment due to bad weather in Mangualde and causes three injured

The derailment of a regional passenger train on Sunday, in the line of Beira Alta, in Contenças zone, Mangualde, caused three injured.


Speaking to Lusa, Carlos Carvalho, commander of Mangualde fire department, said the three injured are the regional train passengers who made the connection between Coimbra and Guarda and derailed along the way station of Contenças "possibly due to some collapse" that will precipitate obstacles to rail.

The same source indicated that the injuries are mild are being assessed on site and must be transported to the hospital Viseu / Viseu and the alert to the accident was given at about 14:20 hours.

The director of the Security Investigation Bureau and Railway Accidents, Nelson Oliveira, derailment have been caused by a barrier placed along the route, which fell to the railway line as a result of bad weather that makes sense today.

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Abrantes » Portalegre » Elvas


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Alto Alentejo celebrates reactivation of the Eastern Line


Alentejo Unions and Spanish celebrated this afternoon of Friday, in Portalegre Station, reopening the passenger service throughout the route of the East Line.



André Relvas / JN


At issue is connecting the Junction to the town of Elvas, near the border with Spain.


The service, which was ended by appointment of the Government in January 2011 and refunded half gas in late September 2015, when the CP began a six-month trial period to test its viability, will now be refunded in full after of the National Assembly has approved unanimously a proposal by the Green Party "The Greens" (PEV).


The celebrations that unions Alto Alentejo promoted this afternoon were Manuela Cunha, the ENP's leader who headed the CDU list in Portalegre district, and even Armenian Carlos, leader of CGTP. Both vowed to continue the struggle for restoration of rail service in Portalegre district, in 2011, saw be deleted passenger in Cáceres Station, which connects Marvão and Ponte de Sor.
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A CP e EMEF apresentam hoje ao público a 2ª geração de comboios pendulares em Portugal, que surgem de uma revisão e renovação das 10 composições da série 4000, que contam já com cerca de mais de 41 milhões de quilómetros percorridos cerca de 26 milhões de passageiros transportados.

"Com a apresentação de mockups, será possível visualizar alguns dos aspectos mais relevantes de uma intervenção que está a ser preparada há vários anos. Depois de ter sido projectada com meios próprios da CP, a EMEF entregou o projecto à Alma Design, gabinete responsável pelo design de intervenções como a renovação das locomotivas 2600 (2004) ou da nova decoração do serviço Intercidades, estreada já em 2016.

A grande reparação dos 10 comboios custará cerca de 18 milhões de Euros e implicará uma paragem em oficina até três meses, o suficiente para levar a cabo todas as operações da complexa operação. Durante esse período, os profissionais da EMEF e vários outros subcontratados terão a responsabilidade de atualizar o conforto a bordo e de repor todos os órgãos fundamentais do comboio na sua condição nova.

Os comboios terão os seus equipamentos Wifi melhorados para possibilitar ligações de mais alto débito e todos os lugares passarão a dispor de tomadas elétricas. Todos os bancos serão reestofados e os painéis interiores substituídos e atualizados. Também as casas de banho, que actualmente são complexas de manter e obrigam a imobilizações importantes, serão substituídas na íntegra por novos módulos mais funcionais para o passageiro e para a operação.

Visualmente, quer o interior quer o exterior terão grandes mudanças. No exterior, a decoração será sóbria e futurista, com a ajuda de um tom prateado dominante complementado com uma risca verde e uma banda preta, ao nível das janelas. Não há, no entanto, uma separação visual no exterior entre as duas classes oferecidas a bordo."













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Reopening of Covilhâ-Guarda by late 2018/early 2019?

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Público (03/02/2016, article in Portuguese)

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Troço Covilhã-Guarda na linha da Beira Baixa só estará concluído em 2018

O troço tem apenas 46 quilómetros e é fundamental para voltar a integrar a linha da Beira Baixa na rede ferroviária nacional visto que na Guarda entronca na linha da Beira Alta.



Troço entre Caria e Belmonte nunca chegou a ser utilizado Foto: Nelson Garrido


...and also this other article...

Portugalferroviario (03/02/2016, article in Portuguese)

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Reabertura da linha Covilhã – Guarda só em 2018

...if EU funds were given to this plan, the section between Covilhâ and Guarda of the Beira Baixa line could restart works by 2017, to be ready by late 2018, and reopen by 2019.

This section was closed in 2009 because it was in very bad state, renovation works were started, but then the crisis forced to stop them.
The line has been closed since then.

This would mean the complete renovation of platform, track, signalling, electrification, and also a new chord at Guarda, to allow trains to run from Vilar Formoso (Spanish border) to Entroncamento and further south (Lisbon, Sines) without reversing at Guarda station.

Looks like a nice idea, if it becomes true.
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