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Old December 25th, 2010, 10:45 PM   #81
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6 millions passengers in 2015, 9 % of rentability, with a ticket price accessible to a large number.

The project is divided on 2 part :
- 200 km HSL between Tangier and Kenitra, 320km/h,
- Upgradage of the 130 km existing double line Kenitra-Casablanca to a max speed of 220 km/h and added of a 3rd track only for freight.

Between Tangier and Kenitra, the railway has only 1 rack. And we need 3 tracks on the line. The actual line 250km very old and a lot wich will be converted for freight transit between Tangier Med new harbour (biggest of Africa and Mediterranea, 8,5 millions ETU on 2015).

So upgraded the existing line between Tangier and Kenitra on 260km + adding 2 tracks, is not competive than to built an HSL on 200km.

Between, Kenitra and Casablanca, this is un upggradage (500 millions euros for this other project also began).


When we can upggraded we do it. When we can't we built HSL. An example, Casablanca-Marrakech was projected to be the 1st HSL before Tangier-Kenitra. This is also a sigle track line. The project was cancelled to a upgradage to 160km/h and a second track.



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LE DG DE L’ONCF AU CLUB DE L’ECONOMISTE

LE TGV NE SERA PAS UN PRODUIT DE LUXE
CASABLANCA-TANGER EN 2 HEURES 10 MN
LES TRAVAUX DE GÉNIE CIVIL DÉMARRENT EN ÉTÉ
UN TARIF MODULABLE AUGMENTÉ DE 15 À 20 DH PAR RAPPORT AU PRIX ACTUEL




Mohamed Rabie Khlie, DG de lONCF: «Entre Tanger et Kénitra, la vitesse sera de 300 km à l’heure et à partir de Kénitra le TGV empruntera le réseau classique où il circulera à 160 km à l’heure

«Le TGV est destiné à nos clients actuels. Nous ne sommes pas entrain d’investir pour une clientèle élitiste». Mohamed Rabie Khlie, directeur général de l’ONCF répond ainsi à tous ceux qui voient dans le futur TGV, un produit pour les «riches».
Le train à grande vitesse, dont les gros travaux en génie civil démarreront l’été 2011, devrait transporter plus de 6 millions de passagers, lesquels ne peuvent provenir que des clients actuels de l’Office, tente de démontrer le patron de l’ONCF. Car une fois en service, ce sont en gros les mêmes passagers qui empruntent le train actuellement qui basculeront sur le TGV. Une migration qui ne sera pas possible sans un prix du ticket à la «portée». L’Office compte mettre en place un système de tarification modulaire, soit le yield management déjà pratiqué au niveau du réseau classique. «Le train est un transport de masse. Nous sommes dans l’obligation d’avoir un prix optimum de manière à éviter une fracture par rapport à ce qui se fait actuellement», soutient Khlie. La réflexion sur ce dossier est lancée et le ticket sera probablement au tarif actuel augmenté de 15 à 20 dirhams, promet-il.
Pour le premier tronçon de 200 km, reliant Tanger à Kénitra, le tracé adopté est proche de celui de l’autoroute puisque le TGV nécessite une ligne droite. Entre Tanger et Kénitra, la vitesse sera de 300 km à l’heure et, à partir de Kénitra, le TGV empruntera le réseau classique où il circulera à 160 km à l’heure. Le trajet Tanger-Casablanca sera ainsi assuré en 2h10 minutes. Un service conventionnel sera toutefois maintenu pour traiter les petites gares qui ne seront pas desservies par le TGV. Ce dernier s’arrêtera uniquement aux gares de Tanger, Kénitra, Rabat et Casablanca.
Pour le management de l’ONCF, les investissements réalisés jusque-là au niveau de la ligne de Tanger (électrification et le raccourci entre Mechraâ Bel Ksiri et Tanger) seront capitalisés. La ligne sera par la suite dédiée au fret entre Tanger et Casablanca.
Jugée plus intéressante du point de vue socio-économique, la ligne grande vitesse sera réalisée avec une assistance française. Depuis plus d’une année une vingtaine d’experts de la SNCF sont basés à Rabat et travaillent avec leurs homologues marocains.
Pour cette première tranche, un contrat, portant sur la fourniture de quatorze rames à deux niveaux a été signé avec le groupe français Alstom. Mais pas à n’importe quel prix, précise le DG de l’ONCF qui justifie au passage l’absence d’un appel d’offres. «L’engagement est d’avoir un tarif aussi compétitif que celui pratiqué par Alstom avec la SNCF, laquelle achète plus d’une centaine de trains. Et, donc, si on était dans une logique d’appel d’offres on ne serait jamais parvenu à décrocher cet avantage», précise Khlie.
Inscrit dans une vision stratégique, le projet TGV jouera aussi le rôle de levier du développement industriel autour du ferroviaire. Il s’agit de la fameuse compensation industrielle. Ainsi en plus de la prestation et du transfert de technologie, le groupe Alstom s’engage à investir et à créer de l’emploi. Le développement d’un tissu industriel de PME pour les besoins du TGV et des ateliers d’assemblage pour l’Europe est prévu.
Il compte ainsi accroître ses approvisionnements auprès de fournisseurs locaux, et ce pour les besoins de ses projets au Maroc et de ses contrats à travers l’Europe. Des unités industrielles seront implantées au Maroc à l’instar de ce qui se fait dans l’aéronautique dans le cadre de l’offshoring.
A côté des retombées industrielles, un institut dédié aux métiers du ferroviaire sera monté avec la SNCF.
Côté financement, le projet est bouclé. A côté d’une contribution des fonds arabes (près de 3,5 milliards de DH), un prêt français (6,75 milliards de DH) garanti par la Coface ainsi qu’un don (825 millions de DH) sont accordés. L’Etat marocain a, lui aussi, mis la main à la poche. Le budget général de l’Etat et le Fonds Hassan II pour le développement économique et social investissent 5,9 milliards de DH pour le financement de ce projet dont le montant total est de 20 milliards de DH.
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Expropriation

Pour les besoins du TGV, des expropriations sont envisagées surtout du côté de Tanger. Mais elles ne risquent pas d’être nombreuses. Surtout que la ligne grande vitesse traversera surtout les champs. « Nous allons toucher quelques douars, mais nous n’allons pas nous limiter à une compensation. Nous voulons améliorer les conditions de vie des gens», affirme Mohamed Rabie Khlie, DG de l’ONCF.
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THE CEO OF THE ONCF Economy Club

THE HIGH SPEED TRAIN WILL NOT BE A LUXURY PRODUCT
CASABLANCA TANGER IN 2 HOURS 10 MINUTES
THE CIVIL ENGINEERING SUMMER start
ADJUSTABLE RATE INCREASE FROM 15 TO 20 HR IN RELATION TO THE CURRENT PRICE


Mohamed Rabie KHLIE, DG lONCF: "From Tangiers and Kenitra, the speed will be 300 km per hour and from the TGV Kenitra borrow the traditional network where it will travel at 160 km per hour

"The TGV is intended for our current customers. We're not about to invest for an elite clientele. Mohamed Rabie KHLIE, CEO ONCF responds to all those who see the future TGV, a product for the "rich".

The high speed train, including major civil works will start in summer 2011, should carry more than 6 million passengers, which can only come from existing clients of the Office, trying to show the boss ONCF . For once in service, resulting in roughly the same passengers who use the train now who will switch on the TGV. A migration that will not be possible without a ticket price to the "scope". The Board intends to establish a system of modular pricing or yield management already practiced in a standard network. "The train is a mass transport. We are obliged to have an optimal price to avoid a fracture compared to what is being done, "says KHLIE. Reflection on this issue is launched and the ticket will probably be the current rate increased from 15 to 20 dirhams, he promises.
For the first stretch of 200 km, linking Tangiers to Kenitra, the route adopted is close to the highway since the TGV requires a straight line. Between Kenitra and Tangier, the speed will be 300 km per hour and, from Kenitra, the TGV network will follow the classic where he will travel at 160 km per hour. The journey Tangier-Casablanca and will be insured in 2:10 minutes. A conventional service will however be maintained to deal with small stations that will not be served by the TGV. This will stop only at stations in Tangier, Kenitra, Rabat and Casablanca.
For management of ONCF, investments made so far in the line of Tangier (electrification and the shortcut between Tangier and Ksiri Mechraa Bel) will be capitalized. The line will then be dedicated to freight between Tangier and Casablanca.
Considered more interesting from a socio-economic, high-speed line will be carried out with French assistance. For over twenty one years SNCF experts are based in Rabat and working with their Moroccan counterparts.
For this first installment, a contract for the supply of fourteen oars at two levels has been signed with the French group Alstom. But not at any price, says the CEO of ONCF justifies the passage without a tender. "The commitment is to have a price as competitive as that practiced by Alstom and SNCF, which buys more than a hundred trains. And so if we were in a sense to tender it would never be able to get that advantage, "says KHLIE.
Enrolled in a strategic vision, the TGV project will also act as a lever of industrial development around the rail. This is the famous industrial compensation. So in addition to the provision and transfer of technology, the group Alstom to invest and create jobs. The development of an industrial fabric of SMEs for the purposes of the TGV and assembly workshops is planned for Europe
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It has thus increase its supplies from local vendors, both with respect to requirements of its projects in Morocco and its contracts throughout Europe. Industrial units will be established in Morocco like what is happening in aviation in the context of offshoring. Besides the industrial benefits, an institute dedicated to the railway will be mounted with the SNCF.
Side funding, the project is completed. In addition to a contribution of Arab funds (nearly 3.5 billion dirhams), a French loan (6.75 billion dirhams) guaranteed by Coface and a donation (825 million DH) are granted. The Moroccan government, too, had a hand in the pocket. The general budget of the State and the Hassan II Fund for economic and social investing 5.9 billion DH for funding this project with a total of 20 billion DH.
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Expropriation

For purposes of the TGV, expropriations are considered especially on the side of Tangier. But they are unlikely to be numerous. Especially since the high-speed line crosses above the fields. "We'll touch some douars, but we will not limit ourselves to compensation. We want to improve the living conditions of people, "said Mohamed Rabie KHLIE, DG ONCF.
Actually
Tangier-Casablanca : 125 dh, 15 $, 11,5 euros

TGV increase :
10 - 15 dirhams = 1,2- 1,8 $ ; 1 - 1,5 euros

Futur price TGV :
Tangier Casablanca : 140 dhs, 17 $, 12,5 euros
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http://www.egis-rail.fr/nos-realisat...Grande-Vitesse
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The colour could be ocre which is typical moroccan. It's quite similar with orange annunced.







Plaquette synthétique 2011

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Design of the new TGV Duplex




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I still find it an luxury... I would first invest in standard normal lines to other cities that aren't connected cities like Tetouan and Agadir.
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Another glimpse of the new TGV Duplex from Alstom



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Colors and exterior livery of the Moroccan TGV Duplex

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Last time I went it took me 8 hours by train from Fez to Marrakesh... and it was delayed too because the train hit some cyclist on the way and all passengers got off the train to see what happened...

I wonder if this could be possible in future - Take a normal service from Fez to Kenitra, changing to HSR towards Casablanca, and get back on another service to Marrakesh. Or would the timetable not fit...?
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Last time I went it took me 8 hours by train from Fez to Marrakesh... and it was delayed too because the train hit some cyclist on the way and all passengers got off the train to see what happened...

I wonder if this could be possible in future - Take a normal service from Fez to Kenitra, changing to HSR towards Casablanca, and get back on another service to Marrakesh. Or would the timetable not fit...?
For the moment the service is this one :



And the 14 TGV will circle between Tangier and Casablanca. We don't know more.
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TGV : 40 soumissionnaires dont 10 marocains



Après plusieurs semaines de spéculation, les détails des marchés de terrassement de l’itinéraire du TGV se révèlent dans le détail. Selon des sources proches du dossier, le terrassement de l’axe Tanger Casablanca est réparti en 9 lots sur une longueur qui dépasse 300 kilomètres. Le marché est encore dans sa phase de préqualification selon nos sources. En clair, l’ONCF a reçu les soumissions. Il est actuellement en train d’examiner leur compétence et références techniques.

Au total, 40 opérateurs des travaux publics ont présenté leur proposition à l’ONCF. Le quart de ces soumissionnaires sont des entreprises marocaines. Presque toutes les entreprises qui ont de l’expérience dans des marchés pareils, notamment les autoroutes et la construction des viaducs et surtout la taille nécessaire sont dans la course. Les 30 autres sont des opérateurs venus des quatre coins du monde.

La short list qui sera choisie parmi la quarantaine des soumissionnaires était prévue pour fin mars. Mais nos sources assurent que jusqu’à maintenant, le maître d’ouvrage (ONCF) n’a pas encore donné aucun feed back par rapport aux dossiers qu’il examine. Ce qui risque de retarder davantage le chantier.

Des soumissionnaires marocains qui se sont ouverts à Maroceco.ma reconnaissent la difficulté du chantier. Mais ils tiennent dur comme fer à y participer. Car le travail ne se limitera pas au terrassement. Les opérateurs sélectionnés peuvent aller bien au-delà. Ils seront en mesure d’assurer les travaux de pose des rails une fois le terrain préparé. Compte tenu de la taille énorme de l’investissement, ces marchés sont une manne importante à saisir pour l’ensemble des opérateurs de BTP.
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After weeks of speculation, details market-moving route of the TGV are revealed in detail. According to sources familiar with the matter, the earth's axis Tangier Casablanca is divided into 9 lots on a length that exceeds 300 kilometers. The market is still in its pre-qualification phase according to our sources. Clearly, ONCF received bids. He is currently looking at their skill and technical references.

A total of 40 operators of Public Works presented their proposal to ONCF. A quarter of these bidders are of Moroccan firms. Almost all companies that have experience in similar markets, such as highways and construction of overpasses and above the size required are in the race. The remaining 30 are operators from around the world.

The shortlist will be chosen from the quarantine of bidders was scheduled for late March. But our sources that provide up to date, the owner (ONCF) has not yet given any feedback in relation to the records he examined. Which could further delay the project.

Moroccan bidders who are open to Maroceco.ma recognize the difficulty of the site. But they take hard as iron to participate. Because work is not limited to the earthworks. The selected operators can go far beyond. They will be able to ensure the laying of the rails once the ground prepared. Given the enormous size of the investment, these markets are important to capture a windfall for all operators of construction
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well, Morocco was always a little bit ahead than other countries from arab world in several fields (talking about design).
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Alstom delivers its first 3rd generation Duplex TGV train set to SNCF

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On May 30, 2011, Alstom’s CEO Patrick Kron symbolically delivered to SNCF’s President Guillaume Pepy the first 3rd generation Duplex TGV train set. It is the first double-deck interoperable very high speed train capable of traveling on all European rail networks. SNCF had ordered a total of 55 train sets from Alstom in June 2007. Two of the train sets are currently undergoing final development and approval. Commercial operation is planned for late 2011. Among other routes, they will operate on the new Rhin-Rhône high-speed line scheduled to open in December 2011. The entire fleet will be delivered by 2014.

This event marks the introduction of a new generation of double decker railway equipment designed to meet new requirements in terms of interoperability, comfort, operations and total cost of ownership. The new trainsets, derived from previous generations of Duplex TGVs, take advantage of 30 years of experience in very high-speed railway equipment, which has resulted in a proven, safe architecture. The many shared components will help to reduce development, manufacturing, operating and especially maintenance costs.

The trains will run at up to 320 km/h on the railroad networks in France, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg. They feature signaling equipment compatible with all the aforementioned European networks and traction equipment suited to all currents encountered in Europe. Some of the trainsets will have modifications to allow them to travel in Spain; the Duplex TGVs sold in Morocco use the same platform.

In terms of comfort, emphasis has been put on passenger information systems. New external displays have been added near each train entrance, making it easier to read the train number, car number and destination. Screens within the cars are used to display the stations served and the final destination, along with information about the trip such as the time, geographical location and current speed of the train - all in several languages. Seats are now equipped with digital reservation displays to indicate the trip segments for which they are occupied. SNCF agents can also manage audio announcements from their control consoles and keep passengers informed during the trip. These messages are also displayed on the screens for the hearing impaired passengers. Accessibility has been optimized for persons with reduced mobility (PRM): more than 10% of the total train capacity (509 seats) is set aside for PRMs, including 50 specially outfitted seats. The areas for wheelchair users are larger (including the toilets), and wider aisles make it easier to move around.

Ground-to-train connection systems also offer new prospects for communication. For example, it is now possible to disseminate information about connections at the train's arrival station, update the seat occupancy map after the train's departure or alert the ground teams to a failure and anticipate its resolution.
Passenger safety is another area in which the new trains have been improved. They have been designed to be equipped with video surveillance systems, and they also meet the strictest fire safety requirements. Fire doors are installed between and within cabins on trains that will be used in Spain, and fire detection systems have been added to new areas: toilets, nursery, baggage areas, electrical cabinets and machine compartments.

The 3rd generation Duplex TGV trainsets are designed and assembled on Alstom's sites: passenger cars in La Rochelle, locomotives in Belfort and extremity cars in Reichshoffen. Other Alstom sites help to manufacture the equipment: Ornans for the traction motors, Le Creusot for the trucks, Tarbes for the electrical blocks and traction equipment, Villeurbanne for the control electronics, Montréal for the passenger information systems Charleroi for the auxiliary inverters. Every day, a total of 1,500 people go to work on these sites to serve high-speed rail. The main French suppliers on the project are Faiveley Transport, Alstom GRID, Logitrade, COMECA, CEIT, TFCM and Association Bretagne Atelier. Together with the other small and medium sized industries in the French railway sector, they employ 6,000 people in France.

http://www.alstom.com/news-and-event...n-set-to-SNCF/
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New calendar for the HST, in advance and not in delay !

I hope that the line could be opened for ACN CUP 2015 (only for teams, officials at 200 km/h).

Explanations in french :


Nouveau calendrier



http://www2.uic.org/IMG/pdf/04-20110...-smouni_fr.pdf

On remarque que le planning a été modifié, mais pas en retardant mais en avançant.

Installations terminales : gain d'un 1 trimestre, en terminant au 1 janvier 2015.

Installations ferroviaires : gain de plus de 3 trimestres, en terminant au 1 janvier 2015 !

Matériel ferroviaire : gain de plus d'1 an, avec la livraison de la dernière rame le 01 janvier 2016 au lieu du 1er trimestre 2017.

Génie civil : pas de changement.

Atelier de maintenance: mars 2014 au lieu de janvier 2014.

Ancien calendrier


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Concours architectural pour les 4 premières gares de TGV



Elles seront implantées à Tanger, Kénitra, Rabat-Agdal et Casa-Voyageurs. Les candidats doivent avoir réalisé au moins deux gares de TGV de plus de 5 millions de voyageurs par an. Des prix de 300 000 DH et 200 000 DH pour les gagnants.


L’Office national des chemins de fer (ONCF) vient de lancer le concours visant à sélectionner les cabinets d’architectes qui seront chargés de la conception, du suivi et de la réalisation de quatre nouvelles gares TGV prévues à Casa-Voyageurs, Rabat-Agdal, Kénitra et Tanger. Dans ce concours, l’office a également inclus le projet d’une nouvelle gare de Meknès, ville qui en a déjà deux. Dans ce cas précis, l’objet du concours est précisément d’étudier et de proposer un modèle du nouveau concept de pôle d’échanges (gare ferroviaire et pôle multiservices).Selon le cahier des charges, les gares TGV devront comprendre, en plus des espaces dédiés à l’activité voyageurs (billetteries, accueil, information…), des centres multiservices avec commerces, bureaux, espaces de loisirs, le tout constituant un nouveau repère urbain de la ville.

Les candidats doivent avoir réalisé au moins deux gares de TGV de plus de 5 millions de voyageurs par an. Mais les cabinets d’architecture marocains auront toute latitude pour s’associer à des cabinets étrangers qui seront certainement le plus souvent français ou espagnols, les deux pays qui ont les réseaux TGV les plus importants d’Europe. Parmi les autres exigences techniques figurent des documents d’analyse du site, la présentation et la défense du parti architectural, les présentations des façades, des coupes et des vues en perspective.

Le jury du concours comprend, outre le DG de l’ONCF, les directeurs des pôles développement, voyageurs et LGV (Ligne à grande vitesse), le chef du département de la commercialisation et du partenariat ainsi que des experts en matière d’architecture et de conception des gares et des équipements. Deux prix de 300 000 et 200 000 DH seront remis aux meilleurs projets. La date limite de dépôts des dossiers est fixée au 1er juin.

14 rames de TGV doivent être montées avant l'été 2015

Le lancement du concours d’architecture des 4 gares TGV intervient environ trois mois après le lancement des marchés pour le terrassement de la voie. Ce marché, rappelons-le, a été réparti en neuf tronçons et l’ouverture des plis a pris environ six semaines de retard jusqu’à présent. 40 soumissionnaires, dont 10 Marocains et 30 étrangers, sont concernés.
Après le marché des terrassements et le lancement du concours d’architecture des gares TGV de Tanger, Kénitra, Rabat-Agdal et Casa-Voyageurs, les prochains marchés devraient concerner la construction et l’aménagement des ateliers de montage des rames du train à grande vitesse sur un espace d’environ 22 ha dont 30 000 m2 de hangars couverts livrables pour le mois d’août 2014. Ce site est situé dans la zone de Moghogha à mi-chemin entre la route de Tétouan et la gare ferroviaire principale de Tanger. 14 rames de TGV doivent y être montées avant l’été 2015 avant d’entamer une période d’essais techniques d’au moins trois mois. L’ONCF prévoit également la construction, sur cet espace, d’un grand centre opérationnel et administratif.
Le projet de ligne à grande vitesse marocain a officiellement été rendu public le 10 décembre 2010 à Tanger en présence du Souverain et des partenariats financiers et techniques du projet, principalement français, koweitiens, saoudiens, d’Abou Dhabi et la Banque européenne d’investissement (BEI). L’investissement prévisionnel est de 20 milliards de DH dont 14% pour les études, 36% pour l’infrastructure, 28% pour les équipements ferroviaires et 22% pour le matériel roulant. L’acquisition des 14 rames de chez Alstom coûtera 400 millions d’euros, environ 4,4 milliards de DH.
Une fois le TGV en service, la durée du transport entre Casablanca et Tanger devrait passer de 5 heures aujourd’hui à 2h et 10 minutes en 2015. Dès 2016, 6 millions de passagers devraient être transportés sur cette ligne contre 2 millions de personnes en 2010. 15 à 20 départs par jour dans les deux sens du trafic sont prévus avec des rames pouvant transporter 500 passagers. Il s’agit de transférer l’ensemble du trafic actuel sur le TGV et de l’accroître compte tenu des gains de temps et du confort. A terme, l’objectif de l’ONCF est de desservir les villes de Marrakech et Agadir à l’horizon 2035.

Jamal Amiar. La Vie éco
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Architectural competition for the first 4 TGV stations



They will be located in Tangier, Kenitra, Rabat-Agdal and Casa Voyageurs. Applicants must have completed at least two TGV stations of more than 5 million passengers per year. Price 300 000 200 000 DH and DH for the winners.
Morocco TGV


The National Railways (ONCF) has launched the competition to select architectural firms that will be responsible for designing, monitoring and implementation of four new TGV stations planned at Casa Voyageurs, Rabat- Agdal, Kenitra and Tangiers. In this competition, the agency also included plans for a new station in Meknes, a city that already has two. In this case, the object of the contest is precisely to study and propose a model of the new concept of interchange hub (rail station and multi-pole).

According to the specifications, train stations should include, in addition to spaces dedicated to the business travelers (ticketing, hospitality, information ...), multi-service centers with shops, offices, recreational areas, all of which constitutes a new urban landmark of the city.

Applicants must have completed at least two TGV stations of more than 5 million passengers per year. But the Moroccan architecture firms will be free to associate with foreign firms that are certainly the most often French or Spanish, the two countries with the TGV network largest in Europe. Other requirements include technical documentation site analysis, presentation and defense of the architectural, presentations facades, sections and perspective views.

The jury shall consist of the CEO ONCF, directors of development poles, travelers and TGV (High Speed ​​Line), the head of marketing and partnership as well as experts in architecture and design of stations and equipment. Two awards 300 000 200 000 DH will be presented to the best. The deadline for submission of applications is 1 June

14 TGV trains must be installed before summer 2015

The launch of the architectural competition of the 4 train stations comes about three months after the launch market for grading the track. This market, remember, was divided into nine sections and the bid opening took about six weeks late so far. 40 bidders, including 10 Moroccans and 30 foreigners are concerned.
After the market launch of the earthworks and architectural competition TGV station in Tangier, Kenitra, Rabat-Agdal and Casa Voyageurs, future contracts should cover the construction and development of assembly plant trains train large speed over a space of about 22 ha of which 30,000 m2 of covered warehouses available for the month of August 2014. This site is located in the area Moghogha halfway between the road to Tetouan and the main railway station in Tangier. 14 TGV trains must be installed before the summer of 2015 before beginning a period of technical testing of at least three months. ONCF also provides for the construction of this space, a large operational and administrative center.
The proposed high speed line in Morocco was officially released December 10, 2010 in Tangier in the presence of the Sovereign and the financial and technical partnerships of the project, mainly French, Kuwaiti, Saudi, Abu Dhabi and the European Investment Bank (EIB). The estimated investment is 20 billion DH, including 14% for studies, 36% for infrastructure, 28% for rolling stock and 22% for rolling stock. The acquisition of 14 trains from Alstom will cost 400 million euros, about 4.4 billion dirhams.
Once the TGV service, the transport time between Casablanca and Tangier to rise from 5 pm today at 2 and 10 minutes in 2015. From 2016, 6 million passengers would be transported on the line against 2 million people in 2010. 15 to 20 daily departures in both directions of traffic are provided with trains capable of carrying 500 passengers. This is to transfer all current traffic on the TGV and the increase given the time savings and convenience. Ultimately, the goal of ONCF is to serve the cities of Marrakech and Agadir in 2035.

Jamal Amiar. La Vie Eco
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Like I expected on morocan, forum, french AREP wins Tanger Moghoga TGV Duplex Base :

TANGIER | TGV Maintenance Center (Tanger-Moghogha) | 2011-2014 | #Project

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Le centre TGV de Lyon a été conçu par AREP :
- le centre accueil des TGV Duplex
- AREP a conçu la gare de Casa Port.

AREP semble bien placé pour la conception du centre de Moghogha.




http://www.arep.fr/#/fr/projets/indu...re-tgv-de-lyon


http://www.arep.fr/#/fr/actualites/a...tesse-au-maroc
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