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Old May 24th, 2016, 10:28 PM   #8861
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Good stuff. FS and design for Ploiesti-Bacau motorway should be launched in June.
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Old May 25th, 2016, 02:13 PM   #8862
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Hi, is the planned expressway from Turda to Cluj heading afterwards to the border with Hungary and Ukraine being built in parallel with A3 from Cluj to Oradea, they seem very close to each other.
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Old May 25th, 2016, 08:43 PM   #8863
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Yeah, that plannrd expressway it's pretty stupid. I would rather have it started around Zalau area. But no chance to be build before 2030-2035.
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Old May 26th, 2016, 03:18 PM   #8864
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Thanks,
I am interested if you have any segments built/ under construction on concession or everything is funded to a big extent by the European commission. I mean the parts of A3 in Transilvania, A10 or you build them completely with your own budget.
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Old May 26th, 2016, 04:22 PM   #8865
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Everything on the A1 is build from EU funds. So is the entire A10 Turda-Sebes and the A3 segment between Campia Turzii and Targu Mures. The rest of A3 from Gilau to the border near Oradea is built from state funds and it's status is rather uncertain: Gilau-Nadaselu is progresing along nicely, but payments are way behind; Nadaselu-Mihaesti is signed, but nothing has been done to actually begin construction, and Suplacu de Barcau-Bors border crossing is uncertain for a year now, as the contractor hasn't even moved in the area, with signs of eventual bankrupcy .

There is no concession road or rail project in Romania, there was only one stretch that was deemed fesable, A3 Comarnic-Brasov, but after 3 (three) atempts in over a decade, ironically with the same company, the idea was scrapped forever, hopefully. Two end segments have been tendered for contruction with state funds (Rasnov-Cristian and Comarnic bypass), but one has been cancelled and the other is perpetualy "in tender analysing phase". So the interest for this one is rather low now, despite the huge traffic it is supposed to ease...
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Old May 26th, 2016, 05:02 PM   #8866
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how many % of EU funds does Romania spend in a period? Seems quite low for me between 2007-2015, doesnt it?
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Old May 26th, 2016, 06:23 PM   #8867
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Speaking of A10, here's an update from Section 2:































vreau#o#tara#ca#afara @ forum.peundemerg.ro.

And Section 1



lupualb @ forum.peundemerg.ro.

Sections 3 and 4 are more advanced, construction is @ ~ 50% on both of them.
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Old May 26th, 2016, 11:39 PM   #8868
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how many % of EU funds does Romania spend in a period? Seems quite low for me between 2007-2015, doesnt it?
About 65% for infrastructure in that period. Quite low yes. Possibly also because they focused on non-EU funded project (i.e. Transilvania motorway) instead of fully chasing EU funded projects such as A1 (which runs in parallel to Transilvania motorway). This false target also generated another bogus debate later on (which further deferred EU funded projects): Comarnic-Brasov (state funded) instead of Sibiu-Pitesti (EU funded).
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Hi, is the planned expressway from Turda to Cluj heading afterwards to the border with Hungary and Ukraine being built in parallel with A3 from Cluj to Oradea, they seem very close to each other.
That'd be 3d (considering A6 and A3) motorway in parallel to the A1 backbone. Not in the next decade most likely !
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Old May 29th, 2016, 08:35 AM   #8870
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In Romanian, highway means motorway.

Italian company to build 17-km segment of Romania’s Transylvania highway

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Italian company Impresa Construzioni Giuseppe Maltauro has won the contract to build the 17-km segment Nadaselu-Mihaiesti of the Transylvania Highway, offering a price of EUR 99 million, almost twice lower than the one estimated by the National Highways Company.

The authorities estimated a price of EUR 183 million for the project, reports local Economica.net. The contract was awarded via a public tender, and the project will be financed with money from the state budget.

The highway segment is located in the Cluj county. The contract has an 18-month duration, with six months due for design and 12 months for the construction work.
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Suspended roundabout north of Ploiesti was opened yesterday

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How realistic are those '12 months for construction' deadlines?
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Old May 29th, 2016, 10:03 AM   #8873
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Was the price the only criteria?
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Old May 29th, 2016, 10:22 AM   #8874
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Price is the most important criterion for tender award.
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Old May 29th, 2016, 08:39 PM   #8876
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Price is the most important criterion for tender award.
In Romania... ** A tender can contain several quality criteria, so the lowest doesn't win automatically.
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About 65% for infrastructure in that period. Quite low yes. Possibly also because they focused on non-EU funded project (i.e. Transilvania motorway) instead of fully chasing EU funded projects such as A1 (which runs in parallel to Transilvania motorway). This false target also generated another bogus debate later on (which further deferred EU funded projects): Comarnic-Brasov (state funded) instead of Sibiu-Pitesti (EU funded).
I guess Pitesti-Sibiu is with a higher priority than Ploesti-Brasov even though the latter is also quite important. Do you have a deadline from the European commission to finish A1 through the Carpathians by the end of 2022 when the current period is over?
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Old May 30th, 2016, 07:50 AM   #8878
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In Romania... ** A tender can contain several quality criteria, so the lowest doesn't win automatically.
"price is the most important" does not mean price is the only criteria. There are also quality criteria which determine a final score together with price, and which in the end determine the award. Actually, Romania is compliant with the Dirrective on Public Procurement.
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Old May 30th, 2016, 08:01 AM   #8879
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I guess Pitesti-Sibiu is with a higher priority than Ploesti-Brasov even though the latter is also quite important. Do you have a deadline from the European commission to finish A1 through the Carpathians by the end of 2022 when the current period is over?
Sibiu-Pitesti is planned to be completed by 2022 initially, now by 2021. Because EU funds from 2014-2020 need to be spent on that primarily. And A7 on the section Ploiesti-Bacau, which is a second priority. Of course, these come along A10 and A3 in between Bors and Tg Mures which are also funded by EU (with some small exceptions) and are U/C.

Ploiesti-Brasov (actually Comarnic-Brasov section of A3, as Ploiesti-Comarnic is a pretty decent 2x2 road) is not a priority anymore, even though there are plans to revise the FS as the recent tenders for works organised last year were a total failure because of the difficulty of the mountain sections and the poor drafting of the tender documentation. In the meantime, they will build by-passes for several choke-points on that route.

Craiova-Pitesti motorway is now again a 'priority' for the government who wants to convince Ford to produce electric cars here following the recent visit in the US of our PM, but let's see some actual progress there first ...
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In Romania... ** A tender can contain several quality criteria, so the lowest doesn't win automatically.
It's like that everywhere in EU. Public contracts are now regulated by EU directives.
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