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Old March 8th, 2015, 02:07 PM   #161
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Saudi Gazette: "The Haramain project is over two years late and was originally planned to open in 2012 after construction had begun in March 2009".
I do not understand why he say that again, unless something premeditated, and I think you can prove.

The contract for Phase 2 OPEX (the commercial operation) won the October 26, 2011 and was signed on January 14, 2012.

After, SRO modified the project of Phase 1.1 (the civil works) and extended its completion until the end of 2014:
"The duration of the Project Implementation was 36 months and the scheduled completion date of the project was on April 5, 2012, but some of the works has-been recently added with a value of 3,980,659,886 Total SAR and the duration of the project Implementation has-been extended up to December 31, 2014 ".
So you could see on the official website of the SRO, downloaded the 12/11/2014:



but has been changed !. Now it says: "The duration of the project implementation was 36 months and the scheduled completion date of the project was on April 5, 2012, but some of the works has been recently added with a total value of 3,980,659,886 SAR".
But, what is happening?

Only be explained if they speak of the first tender, which opened on October 1, 2006 in one package. But in 2008 SRO was decided to split the contract into three parts: platform (Phase 1.1), stations (Phase 1.2) and superstructure (Phase 2 CAPEX) and operation (Phase 2 OPEX). After several postponements, the July 3, 2010 bids for Phase 2 were presented.
I myself did the wikipedia entry in Spanish, but here you have in English.

Any Arab media has said that the end (before the extension) was scheduled for December 2016?.

What do you think of the topic?.
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Jeddah’s rail station soon to be operational
Sunday, 08 March 2015 - 17 Jumada Al-Awwal 1436 H


JEDDAH — More than 4,500 people, including engineers, technicians and workers are racing against time to apply the finishing touches to the Haramain Railway’s Jeddah station within the stipulated period of two months.

The works on the state-of-the art station complex, with a fiberglass roofing, are expected to be completed by the end of April, paving the way for experimental operation of the 450 km high-speed Haramain Railway, linking the holy cities of Makkah and Madinah via Jeddah and Rabigh, by the middle of the year.

Apart from relieving road congestion for millions of pilgrims and citizens, the high-speed railroad is expected to cut down the amount of time taken to travel between Makkah and Madinah to two hours, and between Jeddah and Makkah to half an hour. The railway is expected to carry three million passengers a year.

Zohdi Al-Owaiwini, director of the Jeddah station project, said that the station, spread over a sprawling area of 461,000 square meters, is unique in its features. It is equipped with highly advanced facilities to offer the best ever services and top standard comfort for the passengers, Al-Madinah daily reported.

There are 70 escalators, each 32 meters long, without any support in the middle, connecting the platforms and the lounge for passengers coming from outside Jeddah.

Al-Owaiwini said the escalators would be the longest of its kind in the Middle East region. There are 308 units of escalators at the station, in addition to similar escalators at all the other ultra-modern passenger stations in Jeddah airport, Makkah, Madinah, and Rabigh.

Finishing touches to offices and counters for baggage screening, passport control, and other services, as well as commercial shops, including world brand outlets of commercial stores, fast-food chains, and accessories are also progressing well.

Ahmed Gossa, construction manager at the station, said that the mosque, with a capacity of 600 passengers, is located at an ideal venue in between the arrival and departure lounges. The Civil Defense Center, which is sited adjacent to the station on the northern side, is nearly ready and will be handed over soon to the concerned authorities. There is a helipad close to the center to be used in case of emergency.

The parking area, situated on the western side, can accommodate 6,000 vehicles and there are separate areas for short time and long time parking. There is also a mechanism to link the station with the public transport system, which will be implemented in Jeddah in due course.

The Haramain project is over two years late and was originally planned to open in 2012 after construction had begun in March 2009. The Madinah-Rabigh section is scheduled for services by the end of 2015, suggesting a phased opening.


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Work on the escalators linking the platforms and the lounge for passengers coming from outside Jeddah

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قام وزير النقل رئيس مجلس إدارة المؤسسة العامة للخطوط الحديدية المهندس عبدالله بن عبدالرحمن المقبل، أمس الأول، بجولة ميدانية شاملة على مشروع قطار الحرمين السريع بجميع أجزائه ومراحله ومكوناته، وعدد من مشروعات الطرق التي تقوم الوزارة بتنفيذها في المدينة المنورة.

استهل "المقبل" جولته بتفقد الأجزاء التي يجري تنفيذها من مشروع طريق الملك خالد "الدائري الثالث بالمدينة المنورة"، ومشروع ازدواج طريق "المدينة المنورة-حائل"؛ حيث وجه بضرورة بذل المزيد من الجهد وتوفير المعدات المطلوبة والعمالة اللازمة لتلافي التأخر وإنهاء أعمال المشروعين في المدة المحددة لهما في العقود.

وتوجه الوزير لتفقد محطة الركاب التابعة لقطار الحرمين السريع بالمدينة المنورة التي تم الانتهاء من تنفيذها؛ حيث اطلع على أقسام المحطة ومرافقها المختلفة وعلى الأنظمة المشغلة لها، ووجه بوضع لوحات إرشادية وتوجيهية ومعلوماتية داخل المحطة وخارجها وكذلك على الطرق المؤدية لها، وتنظيف وتهيئة المناطق المحيطة بها. وأمر الائتلاف الإسباني -مقاول المرحلة الثانية- بتوقيع محضر استلام المحطة للبدء الفعلي في الأعمال المطلوبة في المحطة وتسريع أعمال مد القضبان الحديدية من وإلى محطتي المدينة المنورة ورابغ، وكذلك استلام محطة مدينة الملك عبدالله الاقتصادية للبدء في تجهيزهما وتهيئتهما والعمل على إدارتهما وتشغيلهما.

وواصل الوزير جولته على مسار السكة الحديد وتوقف في موقع تنفيذ ورشة الصيانة المركزية بمنطقة المدينة المنورة؛ حيث لاحظ قصوراً وضعفاً في الإنتاجية من قبل إحدى شركات الائتلاف الإسباني المكلفة بتنفيذ مقر الورشة ووجّه إنذاراً للشركة وطلب منها فوراً برنامجاً زمنياً تعويضياً لتغطية التقصير الحاصل في تنفيذ الورشة وتقديمه لإدارة المشروع لاعتماده خلال 24 ساعة، واختيار مقاول آخر مؤهل لإكمال تنفيذ الورشة.

وأكمل جولته التفقدية على المسار باتجاه محطة مدينة الملك عبدالله الاقتصادية برابغ، مستقلاً العربة المخصصة لصيانة السكة الحديد لتفقد أجزاء من المسار التي تم الانتهاء من تنفيذه وتجهيزه بجميع عناصره ومكوناته، والتي من ضمنها القضبان الحديدية والكيابل الكهربائية وصولاً لموقع ورشة الصيانة الصغرى والتخزين في رابغ التي يتم فيها تخزين وفحص واختبار أحد القطارات ومجموعة عربات الركاب التابعة له الذي وصل مؤخراً لإجراء التجارب عليه؛ حيث اطلع على تجهيزات هذا القطار ومواصفاته ووسائل التقنية والترفيه المتوفرة به وأنظمة التشغيل به وكذلك مقاعد الركاب بدرجتيها الأولى والضيافة وأماكن تخزين الحقائب والعفش، ووجه الائتلاف بتلافي عدد من الملاحظات.

وتوجه بعد ذلك لتفقد محطة مدينة الملك عبدالله الاقتصادية برابغ؛ حيث اطلع على أقسام المحطة ومرافقها المختلفة، وكذلك على الأنظمة المشغلة لها، ووجه بسرعة الانتهاء من تجهيز كافة الطرق المؤدية من وإلى المحطة ووضع اللوحات الإرشادية والتوجيهية والمعلوماتية داخل المحطة وخارجها.

وواصل جولته عبر المسار باتجاه جدة، واطلع على سير العمل في المسار والتقاطعات على الطرق التي يمر عبرها، وأهمها التقاطعات والأعمال التي تنفذ على امتداد طريق الحرمين؛ حيث اطمأن على سير العمل بها، وشدد على المقاولين المنفذين بضرورة إنهاء الأعمال في التقاطعات الرئيسية من الطريق قبل حلول شهر رمضان المبارك القادم وبإنهاء كافة أعمال التقاطعات على كامل الطريق قبل موسم الحج، بإذن الله.

وأكد وزير النقل، في نهاية الجولة، أن زيارته التفقدية للمشروع تأتي إنفاذاً لتوجيهات خادم الحرمين الشريفين الملك سلمان بن عبدالعزيز -حفظه الله- الدائمة التي تؤكد على أن يتم تنفيذ المشروع بالسرعة الممكنة والمستوى والجودة المطلوبة حتى يمكن الاستفادة منه من قبل الحجاج والمعتمرين لبيت الله الحرام وكذلك المواطنين والمقيمين.
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Old April 24th, 2015, 08:06 AM   #165
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As we have seen in officer Google Earth of the project, that have changed some kilometric markers on the original project.

001.000 Station Mecca
005.400 Light Workshop (first level)
006.200 PAET 1
034.800 PAET 2
036.000 Substation 1
063.000 CP 1
078.500 Jeddah Central Station
092.800 By-pass for Jeddah KAIA Airport
100.900 Incorporation from by-pass for Jeddah KAIA Airport
112,000 Substation 2
125,000 Main depot and PAET 3
157,900 PB 4
181,800 Station Rabigh-KAEC
189.200 Substation 3
224,000 PB 5
251.300 Substation 4
254,500 PAET 4
281.700 PB 6
312.200 PAET 5
336.100 Substation 5
340.300 CP 7
361,500 PAET 6
394.700 PB 8
420.700 PAET 7
422,000 Substation 6
426,000 heavy Workshop (first and second level)
449.117 Station Medina

PAET: it's like a station but without commercial service
PB: serve to switch from track 1 to track 2

There will be twelve steps for camels of 52.90 m each, ppkk: 025.750 / 051.700 / 136.700 / 162.700 / 195.460 / 231.476 / 273.055 / 298.855 / 309.577 / 324.655 / 366.000 / 382.400

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Part of the train path between

078.500 Jeddah Central Station & 092.800 By-pass for Jeddah KAIA Airport








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Old April 25th, 2015, 05:23 AM   #166
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wow great project. just that the ET doesn't look very nice...
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Will sand and wind be a problem later?
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Old April 25th, 2015, 07:01 PM   #168
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I would guess that it will be a problem, hitting a sandbank that have been blown onto the tracks could cause a derailment, also thundering through a sandstorm at 300+ km/h could cause some serious damages to the trains, it will literally be to run the train straight into a sandblasting chamber.

But on the other hand, then if they design the track in a good way, then they could mitigate some of the sand build up.
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It is a recurring theme, both here and in Spanish Forum.

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The Al–Shoula Consortium are not worried about the temperatures, but the sand is a problem. According to vice president of Talgo: "The temperature gradient in Saudi Arabia is similar to Spain. The construction technique will be similar to that used in our country. "

What I know pretends to increase AC equipment, an internal pressure to prevent the entry of dust, redundancy of equipment and installation of a back-up to the main power failure.
The fact is that lose power happens to be a nuisance (anywhere) to be very dangerous in the middle of the desert. Also keep in mind the electric fields created by sandstorms. At about 45 km in area 4 is installed slab track type RHEDA 2000 concrete retaining walls 1.6 meters high and pitfalls (trenches) for sand.

In Arid-Lap program, the test bench of the Cedex Geotechnical Laboratory is responsible for studying the effects of sand on the infrastructure. There they built a "box" to simulate years of operations in just two weeks: in less than twenty minutes over 260 trains is simulated.
The original intention was to bring the sand of the desert of Saudi Arabia (called aeolian sand by the winds of the Red Sea), but there were too many bureaucratic hurdles to get her out of the country. Alternatively, the center has selected several different arenas and has mixed in such a way that eventually obtained a volume curve with a similar product that is in the wilderness, considering mineralogy constituting those grains of sand and size, whose appearance is almost like dust.
7 meters of track were built, with twelve sleepers at scale 1:1. The experiment is based on going a controlled manner contaminating the way to view and analyze for each degree of saturation (from 15% to 100%) the behavior of the infrastructure when the train passes. This train has two bogies on each tractor and everything else are “Talgo trucks” (one at each wheel via independent without being bound by any axis, something unique on any railway in the world).
The effects of that train in other normal circumstances are already on the box to compare with the desert and has been imitated over the same at a speed of 320 kilometers per hour (can be reached to simulate even 400 km/h). With a set of pairs of actuators that are installed on the box itself, it will start to move faster pulse, and accurately reproduce over the stands and bogies for the particular route point.
As a good "CSI" train has analyzed everything imaginable: from how sleepers they behave, how stresses and forces are generated in the same and in the ballast. The goal is to evolve watching all these parameters to define what is the maximum speed that is safe to run the train at each stage of saturation of sand. In the event that contamination reaches 100% of the track, all the infrastructure would be filled with sand to the base of the sleeper. Since the test bench ensures that the train can pass perfectly in this scenario, but look at what speed limit can cover the distance without any danger or discomfort to the passengers.
To do this, first to analyzes the track without sand in order to check the parameters of the same in a normal state, and then they were adding different concentrations of sand.

An example of this deterioration is the sub-ballast. Al Rajhi Alliance Consortium (composed by CRCC China Railway Construction Corporation, Al Arrab Contracting Company Ltd, Al Suwailem Company and France's Alstom Transport) that install the platform has been used granular sub-ballast twenty centimeters thick. The result is that over time and with the passage of trucks, the Spanish consortium is encountering real problems of irregularities in the firm at the time of installing the final ballast.
From now on all sections in Spain where bituminous sub-ballast will be installed with eight centimeters thick.
Ineco, who has closely followed from the beginning the effects of the desert sand in the project (including analyzing the movement of dunes by satellite) is the one who signed the contract with the lab to conduct this study on the desert sand.
The consortium will also analyze the impact of hitting the track to calculate how often they can do without the ballast is too damaged. All these data are key to analyze the profitability of the project, because if the sand causes an excessive wear of the track or even rolling stock maintenance costs could shoot and it would be a blow to the line of flotation Spanish consortium's contract, thanks to a very competitive offer with very little margin to overcome already won the French proposal.
In its final conclusions, the work will establish speed limits in the operation and maintenance periods so that the line is kept in top condition. Similarly, in the track will be included in different sections of the infrastructure, pollution detectors to know what the desert sand saturation in real time in the ballast and act accordingly.

One of the proposed solutions (finally adopted) is that trains with a kind of small air blowers or fans, which lifts the sand on the road surface. The wheels have a larger diameter so that each point spend less time on the lane. Meanwhile, ADIF is checking the tightness of the cabins and propulsion equipment on a wind tunnel; There are also crystals with special gaskets, with special adhesive films, and paintings, and improved coatings.

Translated by Sr.Horn (¡thank you very much!)
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As we have seen in officer Google Earth of the project, that have changed some kilometric markers on the original project.

001.000 Station Mecca
005.400 Light Workshop (first level)
006.200 PAET 1
034.800 PAET 2
036.000 Substation 1
063.000 CP 1
078.500 Jeddah Central Station
092.800 By-pass for Jeddah KAIA Airport
100.900 Incorporation from by-pass for Jeddah KAIA Airport
112,000 Substation 2
125,000 Main depot and PAET 3
157,900 PB 4
181,800 Station Rabigh-KAEC
189.200 Substation 3
224,000 PB 5
251.300 Substation 4
254,500 PAET 4
281.700 PB 6
312.200 PAET 5
336.100 Substation 5
340.300 CP 7
361,500 PAET 6
394.700 PB 8
420.700 PAET 7
422,000 Substation 6
426,000 heavy Workshop (first and second level)
449.117 Station Medina

PAET: it's like a station but without commercial service
PB: serve to switch from track 1 to track 2

There will be twelve steps for camels of 52.90 m each, ppkk: 025.750 / 051.700 / 136.700 / 162.700 / 195.460 / 231.476 / 273.055 / 298.855 / 309.577 / 324.655 / 366.000 / 382.400

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Old May 6th, 2015, 09:45 AM   #171
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Second Talgo 350 SRO Haramain

The second Talgo 350 SRO Haramain train runs between factory Rivabellosa (Alava) to the Las Matas (Madrid) for the assembly of the power cars.

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Official calendar for trains

Official calendar before delays Phase 1.1 (platform building for consortium Al Rajhi Alliance):

First trains in the Kingdom: December 2014
Start of the test (in the test stage): April 2015
Final of the test (operating license): November 2016
Start of operation: December 2016

A source: Page 179

The first unit is shipped on December 12, 2014 in the port of Barcelona to move it to the port of Jeddah.
In April they expected to send the second and from September Talgo trains sent every three months.

So it was impossible to start operations between KAEC and Medina in December 2015, as planned from the beginning was to have only two trains tested on that date.
Now they talk about 2016.
By the way, the information has to be wrong, a few days ago they announced the start of testing (which may last eight months due to the sand) for the next 45 days.

More interesting is another detail of the first news, the announcement of an express service (I imagine without stops) with a duration of 1 hour and 50 minutes at 244 km/h on average with a top speed of 300.
This service was already announced (page 176 of the first link), but with a duration of 2 hours.

More information and resources on Wikipedia (in Spanish): Haramain and Talgo 350 SRO
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Wow.. Some of the HSR alignment is elevated a bit
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Good update bro.

Madina and KAEC stations 100% completed .
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KAEC station and the line between Medina and KAEC stations


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صور لتركيب القضبان الحديدية في محطة مدينة الملك عبدالله الاقتصادية برابغ لمشروع قطار الحرمين







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وهذه الصور للجزء بين مدينة الملك عبدالله الاقتصادية والمدينة المنورة وقد تم الانتهاء من تركيب القضبان الحديدية وتركيب الاعمدة الكهربائية لمسافة 150 كلم من اصل 250 كلم بين المحطتين .


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The track alignment looks great! I would love to take this desert high speed train ride.
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Thanks for sharing the photo LOVE. Cant wait to travel with it once completed :thumbup:
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