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Old December 3rd, 2010, 05:26 PM   #1
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A preliminary plan for the Doha Metro Network dated September 2008. (DB Deutsche Bahn AG/ Qatari Diar Real Estate Investment Company)
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New Doha International Airport metro station is underconstruction
July 1st, 2010

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The first section of the Metro runs from the Lusail project to the New Doha International Airport Construction has started on the first underground metro station, which will be the terminus for the future Doha Metro line, a source said yesterday

The New Doha International Airport (NDIA) Terminal Metro Station is designed by Mott MacDonald, a global management, engineering and development consultancy.

The Metro line is to provide the rail link between Doha city and the NDIA main terminal.
Mott MacDonald was commissioned in 2008 by Qatar (represented by the NDIA Steering Committee), to develop designs for the metro connection from the New Doha International Airport to the wider Doha network.

The project included developing a metro system based on conservative parameters and space proofing of 1.3km single track twin-bored tunnels and a 305m-long by 25m-wide and 20m-deep “cut and cover” underground station.

During the preliminary design of the station box, Mott MacDonald’s team developed plans and designs, with support from sub-consultants Aedas, taking into consideration future requirements of the metro rail systems, passenger experience and safety aspects, station operations and associated facilities for the future station fit-out. This also covered engineering disciplines of rail alignment and systems, fire safety, civil and structural, electrical and mechanical engineering as well as station architecture.

Mert Yesugey, Mott MacDonald’s project manager, said: “Mott MacDonald developed the detailed design of the fully space-proofed structural shell of the station box to a tight schedule for the substantial completion of the structure ahead of the airport opening, including sectional handover of the ground level to others for completion of the above ground infrastructure in time for the airport opening in 2011.

“The provisions for the station box also included temporary electrical and mechanical systems to facilitate the maintenance, inspection and security of the station box during the interim stage until the station becomes fully operational. We are currently providing construction support services to NDIA on site until the completion of the station box construction anticipated in 2011.”

According to initial plans, the first section of the Metro runs 30km from the under-construction Lusail megaproject to the New Doha International Airport. Four further sections run a total of 55km.

“The Doha Metro rail will provide an effective solution to the city’s growing traffic problems,” a senior official of the Invensys Rail (Mena region) has said.

Speaking at a recent conference in Doha, Ala Ghanem, regional director of Invensys Rail, said the successful introduction of a metro service in Dubai and plans to develop similar facilities in other GCC states had proved the need for an efficient and effective public transport network in the entire region, including in Qatar.

“Even though the Doha Metro project’s costs will be enormous, its benefits will be numerous,” he said.

Ghanem estimated the project’s cost at about $7bn, at the current level.
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Doha Metro tender process may begin in early 2011
Published: Tuesday, October 19, 2010
By CW Staff www.constructionweekonline.com

The tender process for the 300km Doha Metro system may begin as early as next year, with invitations to bid (ITBs) issued during the second half of 2011 according to a senior official.

Speaking to local reporters, Wolfgang Muth, chairman of the German Business Council in Qatar said that, “Germany is actively involved in Doha Metro project, a joint venture between Deutsche Bahn and Qatari Diar Real Estate Company, which will be part of the $42.9 billion railway network project that includes a metro in Doha, an inter-GCC rail link and a railway freight network.”

The Doha Metro will be built in four phases and will have four lines totalling 300km. The four lines will be serviced by 108 stations. It will link the New Doha Airport with major business and conference centres, the new expansive Lusail City, Education City and West Bay areas.

Qatar’s wider integrated rail network will include an east coast rail link, a high-speed service between the New Doha Airport, Doha Port and Bahrain, over the planned Friendship Bridge between the two countries – should the project ever be built. There are also plans for a high-speed (200km) link between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.

If Qatar wins its bid to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup, all projects will be 90% complete in 2021. If not, the deadline for completion is 2026.
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Gamuda eyes Qatar MRT project
Published: 2010/12/09
http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_New...cle/index_html

Gamuda Bhd is keen to bid for Qatar's mass rapid transit (MRT) project as it needs to have the entire system to host the FIFA World Cup in 2022.

Its group managing director, Datuk Lin Yun Ling, said one of the key infrastructures Qatar has to build was the MRT, or metro system, below Doha.

"They estimated (the project) at US$45 billion (US$1= RM3.10).

"The Qatari government is expected to come up with the delivery programme for the MRT next year and Gamuda will summit its tender," he told a media briefing after the company's annual general meeting here today.

Lin said Gamuda has a good track record in the Middle East, especially in Qatar. "Certainly, we are keen and well-positioned to be part of it," he said.

Gamuda is involved in New Doha International Airport, Dukhan Highway and Sitra Causeway Bridges in Bahrain, he said.

He said currently, the company's two ongoing projects in the Gulf states namely, the New Doha International Airport and Sitra Causeway Bridges, were almost 90 per cent completed.

"The airport is scheduled to be completed in middle of next year while the final completion of the Sitra Causeway Bridges is expected by year-end," he said. -- Bernama

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Qatar MRT project on Gamuda's radar
By Zaidi Isham Ismail Published: 2010/12/10
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GAMUDA Bhd (5398) said it is eyeing opportunities in the massive US$45 billion (RM141 billion) mass rapid transit (MRT) project Qatar is planning to build next year.

Qatar is building the new infrastructure as it prepares to host the 2022 Fifa World Cup finals.

Gamuda group managing director Datuk Lin Yun Ling said the MRT system will be part capital city Doha's key transport infrastructure.

"The Qatari government needs the entire system to host the event and tender is expected to be announced next year, and when that happens, Gamuda will be ready to submit its tender," Lin told reporters after its shareholders' meeting in Shah Alam, Selangor, yesterday.

Lin said Gamuda has a good track record and is well-positioned to take part in construction projects in the Middle East, especially in Qatar as it is involved in the ongoing construction of the New Doha International Airport.

Gamuda's other on-going projects in the Middle East include the Dukhan highway in Qatar and the Sitra causeway bridges in Bahrain which are due to be completed by year-end.

On its property development projects, Lin said the company expects to rake in a record RM1 billion worth of sales this year and another RM800 million in unbilled sales.

Gamuda is anticipating total sales of RM5 billion in the next two years, of which RM2 billion will be from local sales while the remaining RM3 billion from its Gamuda City project in Hanoi.

"The property market is hot at the moment due to low interest rates, and banks have a lot of loan provisions on this sector and people do not want to sit on cash and lose its value preferring to get involved in assets.

"Our landbank is ample and our priority is also to sell low-yielding landbank and develop innovative developments for other strategic landbanks." Lin added.

On the greater KL MRT project, Lin said the Cabinet has yet to approve its joint proposal with MMC Corp Bhd.

He said the government, Prasarana (Syarikat Prasarana Negara Bhd) and Spad (Land Public Transport Commission) will decide on the location of train stations, railway alignment, railway network and get feedback from the public and other stakeholders before Gamuda and MMC take up the offer to deliver the RM45 billion project.
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A bit more info regarding the Air-conditioned bus shelter..

Doha gets first air-conditioned bus shelter



DOHA: The agony of passengers waiting for bus under the scorching heat of the sun will soon be a thing of the past as Mowasalat and q-media Decaux launched the first air conditioned bus shelter installed on the Corniche on Thursday and still more units in the pipeline.

Mowasalat collaborated with q.media Decaux in cooperation with the Municipality to set up the the airconditioned bus shelter.

Jassim Saif Al Sulaiti, Chairman and Managing Director of Mowasalat; Ahmed Al Ansari, Business Development Director of Mowasalat; Steve Bovey, Managing Director of q.media Decaux Qatar; and other officials of Mowasalat, Doha Municipality and q.media Decaux graced the inauguration ceremony.

“Four more units will be put up soon at highly-frequented locations including the Corniche, VIP, Majlis Al Tawoon and and Airport Road,” Al Ansari told The Peninsula.

The next four units will be in place by March for assessment and feedback, only then more units will be put in place in various locations to respond to the needs of the passengers. All five units cost QR2.5m. “The air-conditioned bus shelter is a joint initiative of Mowasalat and q.media Decaux to cater to the needs of public transportation users and is part of our strategy to improve the service standards in the city,” said Al Ansari.



He said the design of the shelter is exceptional and a space for the handicapped has also been added making the facility better than the ones found in other countries such as Dubai.

After it had been installed on December 27, the new bus shelter underwent a two-week test period to make sure it was technically operational and is now fully functional. Doha is the first city to enjoy JCDecaux airconditioned bus shelters whose design suits the country’s environment and aechitecture. Responding to sustainable policy, the shelter has been designed with energy saving technology, starting with an efficient thermal insulation.

The air conditioning will run 24 hours a day, seven days a week, however a minimum temperature of 24 degrees Celsius is set for it to start so it will automatically go off during winters.

“We are delighted to provide the Doha Municipality and its residents with an innovative and convenient service. One of our Group values is to excel being a city provider improving the quality of life and we believe this project will fully benefit the population of Doha,” said Sheikh Al Hussain, Chairman of q.media Decaux.

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DOHA: Qatari Diar has started work on an underground transport network linking all the major commercial and administrative centres in West Bay.

The Automated People Mover system is part of the Doha Metro project and is scheduled to be completed by 2018, according to Harj Dhaliwal, project director (railways) at Qatari Diar.

Dhaliwal gave a presentation on the project at the UITP (International Association of Public Transport) Middle East and North Africa Qatar seminar held at Grand Regency Hotel on Thursday.

Speaking to The Peninsula on the sidelines, Dhaliwal said the Automated People Mover was intended to address the traffic congestion in the crowded West Bay and the Corniche area.

The People Mover will function without a driver. The network will start and end at the Doha Sheraton parking area where work is currently going on. The 10km underground network will have 19 stations linking the diplomatic area and all the important commercial, business and administrative centres in West Bay.

The People Mover will operate on a special track named guide way system that is neither a road nor a rail way track. There will be three carriages, one for the public, one for VIPs and another for families and children. Passenger will be able to use the recently-introduced Karwa smart cards to pay the fares for the service.

The underground network will not affect the existing roads in the area since it will follow the same plan of the roads.

“Once completed, the project will drastically reduce the traffic congestions in West Bay. Work will be carried out in a phased manner to minimize the impact on the flow of traffic,” said Dhaliwal.

A presentation by the Urban Planning and Development Authority (UPDA) focused on future transport scenario in Qatar, particularly in the context of the FIFA World Cup 2022.
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Lea+Elliott performed preliminary engineering and preparation of tender documents for the Doha West Bay automated people mover system in Doha, Qatar. We were responsible for all aspects of the APM operating system and for establishing the infrastructure interfaces and system requirements. The APM will share a common underground, multi-level station with a future metro system that is planned between the City of Lusail and Doha International Airport. The APM will connect the convention center (and the regional metro) to the major activity hubs within the West Bay area.

The landside access to the West Bay area will be enhanced through a regional transit plan that includes a regional metro system. The regional metro is not part of this project, but will be an important element to which the people mover must ultimately connect. The APM will connect the Convention Center (and the regional metro) to the major activity centers within the West Bay area, including major hotels, office centers and residential towers.

Due to the limited right-of-way in the central portion of West Bay and the limited availability of land to locate an operations and maintenance facility, Lea+Elliott is developing creative design alternatives. Once system parameters are established, then procurement of the APM will follow. The team will develop a conventional design-build competitive procurement process for the operating system, while the civil portion (tunnel, stations and M&SF) will be awarded to a nominated contractor.

The first phase of the APM, with a design capacity of 5,900 passengers per hour per direction, will include a dual-track underground tunnel, 10 stations and a fleet of approximately 42 cars, configured into two- and three-car consists.



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New Doha International Airport metro/rail station

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Now that all Doha bus users must use a smartcard to use the busses, is there anywhere in/around the airport to buy the smartcard? (I might have a long layover between flights and might like to take a trip into the city) Thanks!

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Now that all Doha bus users must use a smartcard to use the busses, is there anywhere in/around the airport to buy the smartcard? (I might have a long layover between flights and might like to take a trip into the city) Thanks!

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The same company Mowasalat offers its taxi services at the airport, but I am not sure about the buses.
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The same company Mowasalat offers its taxi services at the airport, but I am not sure about the buses.
According to this route map:

http://eng.mowasalat.com/mritems/str...1_935_1_11.pdf

from the Mowsalat website, busses serve both the current airport (49/94) and the new one.

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Old March 9th, 2011, 02:55 AM   #16
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Estou impressionado com os renders da estação central!Muito linda em concreto!Muito bom gosto!!!!!
Os ônibus em doha estão muito bem cuidados,e o designe interior é com certeza um diferencial!!!!!!!
Muito bom o plano para a copa!*Sem falar no designe dos estados,que me deixou fascinado!!!
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Wau, you will have one of the most beautiful railway stations in the world. Congredulation.
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is the central rail station U/C or just a plan? What is in the present U/C from public transport in Doha? add pics please
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Doha Metro

During the 2022 FIFA World Cup


Full plan by 2026


Qatar Rail awards QR1.48bn in contracts



Qatar Railways Company yesterday signed five contracts at a total cost of QR1.48bn to signal the beginning of the first phase of the state’s integrated railways project within the first quarter of 2013.

The Qatar integrated railways project will incorporate a metro system and a long-distance passenger travel and freight transport network.

The first phase of the project to cover three milestones, constituting 129km of track including Red, Green and Yellow lines, will focus on the highly populated coastal stretch of the country, linking Al Khor in the north down to Al Wakrah and Mesaieed in the south.

The first phase is expected to complete by October 2019 with the second phase* expected to take off thereafter.
The Red Line will carry the majority of the national traffic and connect the key stadiums to be used during the 2022 games.

About 19 different consultants are expected to work on the first phase of the project which will start within the first quarter of the next year.
An enabling work contract agreement worth QR288mn was signed between Qatar Rail and a consortium Porr-SBG-HBK group.

Qatar Rail’s executive committee chairman* Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Subaie and HBK’s Sheikh Ali bin Hamad al-Thani signed the agreement in the presence of Qatar Rail’s chief executive officer* Saad Ahmed al-Mohannadi.

Three other contracts at a value of QR1.14bn for consulting engineering services and project management were signed with another three different firms, including Jacobs Engineering Group, to manage the Red Line; Louis Berger/Egis Rail consortium to manage the Gold Line and main station; and Hill International Company to manage the Green Line.

Also yesterday, a contract worth QR55mn,* for independent security and safety, was signed between Qatar Rail and Lloyds Register.

Speaking about the project, Subaie noted that the integrated project was being implemented “under the wise vision of HH the Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani to provide high profile network of transportation for people of Qatar”.

He said* the signing of the agreement was “a step in the right direction towards achieving success in the Qatar National Vision 2030”.
Other projects being managed by Qatar Railways Company towards achieving the integrated rail project is the Lusail City’s light-rail transit system which is expected to be inaugurated in August 2016, according to al-Mohannadi,
Doha’s successful bid to host the 2022 FIFA football World Cup is expected to trigger a huge investment programme as it seeks to build stadium and associated infrastructure projects, such as the Doha Metro.

http://www.gulf-times.com/site/topic...7&parent_id=56
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