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Metropolitan Porto Light Rail System:  European Federation of Railways Trackworks Contractors June 24th 2005 Metropolitan Porto Light Rail System Project Presentation Slide2:  PROJECT DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING COMMERCIAL OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP LINES IN OPERATION NEW PROJECTS Slide3:  PROJECT DEVELOPMENT ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS I. Project Development:  I. Project Development GAIA LINE TROFA LINE MATOSINHOS LINE Dragão PÓVOA LINE Campanhã Initial Contract 876 M € Project Changes 2001 193 M € Red Line duplication 100 M € Green Line duplication 106 M € Campanhã –Dragão line 50 M€ Airport Line 42 M€ Airport Ismai I. Project Development:  I. Project Development INVESTMENT & FINANCING INVESTMENT Slide6:  PROJECT EVOLUTION ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering 3 Tunnels excavated with TBM-EPB (6,1 km) Underground stations Heroísmo Campo 24 de Agosto Bolhão Salgueiros Faria Guimarães Marquês Combatentes S. Bento Aliados UNDERGROUND WORKS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering FUNCTIONAL MAP OF THE NETWORK II. Engineering Tunnel works:  II. Engineering Tunnel works Close Mode: to control over-excavation risks Appropriate support pressure Integrated design team on site Independent design check procedure TBM-EPB WORKS METHODOLOGY II. Engineering Tunnel works:  II. Engineering Tunnel works Automatic slurry injection in the working chamber to maintain the support pressure Double piston pump TBM monitoring on a real time basis TBM-EPB WORKS METHODOLOGY II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Tunnel Extension 2,3 km Diameter 7,8 m Beginning of excavation 14/6/2000 End of excavation 21/10/2002 Volume of excavated material 138.000 m3 Cost (without underground stations) 38 M € Ring Universal type 6+1 Length 1400 mm Thickness 300 mm Concrete C40/50 TUNNEL OF LINE A II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Tunnel Extension 3,8 km Diameter 8 m Beginning of excavation 11/6/2002 End of excavation 3/11/2003 Volume of excavated material 228.000 m3 Cost (without underground stations) 53 M € Ring Universal type 6+1 Length 1400 mm Thickness 300 mm Concrete C40/50 TUNNEL OF LINE D II. Engineering Tunnel works:  II. Engineering Tunnel works Simplified station layouts Unified solutions and construction methods when possible Design team on site to adapt methods to real conditions UNDERGROUND STATIONS METHODOLOGY II. Engineering Underground Stations:  II. Engineering Underground Stations Faria Guimarães Station Cost: 23,5 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Marquês Station Cost: 22 M € Salgueiros Station Cost: 23 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Heroísmo Station Cost: 25 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering S. Bento Station Cost: 22 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Bolhão Station Cost: 25 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering Aliados Station Cost: 23 M € UNDERGROUND STATIONS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering SURFACE II. Engineering:  II. Engineering SURFACE II. Engineering:  II. Engineering SURFACE S. João Hospital II. Engineering:  II. Engineering DIRECT COST PER QUILOMETER II. Engineering:  II. Engineering LUIZ I BRIDGE Designed by Théophile Seyrig. Constructed between 1881 and 1886. Opened on the 31st of October 1886. Upper deck of 400m long. Seven columns. Arch with 172 m span and 45 m rise. II. Engineering:  II. Engineering LUIZ I BRIDGE Main anomalies detected: Paint detachment and corrosion points; Loss of rivets; Structure’s coating deterioration; Moisture and water infiltration; Corrosion at connection nodes; “Trellis” plates buckling; Lower flange plate buckling; Very intense corrosion in some connection plates of the transversal bracing. II. Engineering:  II. Engineering LUIZ I BRIDGE Rebuilding work: Total replacement of the upper deck. Reinforcement of main beam diagonals. Reinforcement of column diagonals. Reinforcement of suspension elements. Reinforcement of diagonals on the arch plane. Reinforcement of the vertical transversal bracing diagonals. Replacement of all corroded elements. Repair and replacement of the bearings. Total painting. II. Engineering:  II. Engineering LUIZ I BRIDGE - Road width……………………………….…..……..5,520 m * Sidewalks.………………..…………………..……..1,355 m * Total width……………………………………..…….8,230 m * - Railway width……………………………....……..6,400 m Sidewalks..…………………………………..……..1,700 m Total width..…………………………………..…….9,800 m General data before intervention General data after intervention Cost: 7,4 M € II. Engineering:  Bridge‘s scaffolding Sidewalk and rail sleepers II. Engineering LUIZ I BRIDGE II. Engineering:  Total length: 497,2 m Spans: 24.80m + 5 x 30.60m + 40.50m + 5 x 30.60m + 40.50m + 48.80m + 36.60m = 497.20 m Structure: Continuous beam, in a steel-concrete composite structure, supported by 14 reinforced concrete columns and 2 abutments, through neoprene pot-bearings. Located on the Green Line (Fonte do Cuco / Trofa) between the stations of Custió and Parque in the city of Maia. II. Engineering PARQUE DA MAIA VIADUCT Parque da Maia Viaduct longitudinal section Cost: 6,8 M € II. Engineering:  Parque station: The deck’s cross-section width enlarges from10,10 meters to 13,75 meters. II. Engineering PARQUE DA MAIA VIADUCT Parque da Maia Station Construction method The construction phasing together with the metallic beams slenderness and the fact that the beams are used for the slab’s concreting led to use an opposite deformation at manufacturing. The slab’s concreting was done: in a first phase on the spans in a second phase over the columns, in order to reduce the concrete shrinking stresses. II. Engineering:  Viaduto Maia Norte Located on the Green Line (Fonte do Cuco / Trofa) between the stations of Forum and Zona Industrial in the city of Maia. Connects Travessa dos Brandinhais and the Industrial District. Total length: 524,40 meters. II. Engineering MAIA NORTE’S VIADUCT Maia Norte Viaduct – Side view Cost: 6,0 M € II. Engineering:  Technical Specification: Continuous beam, in a steel-concrete composite structure, supported by 14 reinforced concrete columns and 2 abutments. Total length: 524,40m Spans: 22.80m + 7x34.20m + 2x39.90m + 45.60m + 2x39.90m + 34.20m + 22.80m. Deck’s total width: 12.00m. 2 steel beams and a reinforced concrete slab. Total height: 2,50m, as the steel beam is 2,00m high and the concrete slab’s maximum thickness is 0,50m. Y-shaped concrete columns with a variable height ranging from 4.20m to 16.70m. Pile foundations with groups of 5 or 6 1,00m diameter piles by column. II. Engineering MAIA NORTE’S VIADUCT II. Engineering:  Automatic Vehicle Regulation ATP – Automatic Train Protection (Ebicab 900) TMS (Traffic Management System) with powerful control and regulation tools II. Engineering SIGNALING SYSTEMS II. Engineering:  II. Engineering SIGNALING SYSTEMS Initial System Upgrading Supplier: Bombardier Transportation Slide35:  PROJECT EVOLUTION ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS III. Lines in Operation:  III. Lines in Operation Dec 2002 Jun 2004 Mar 2005 Póvoa do Varzim Sra. da Hora Trindade Dragão Sto Ovídeo Hospital S João Trofa Matosinhos Ismai Pedras Rubras Gondomar Aeroporto Conclusion of entire approved network in the next 8 months (except Ismai-Trofa) Demand forecast 1.8 Million P*Kms/year Slide37:  PROJECT EVOLUTION ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS IV. Intermodality in AMP:  IV. Intermodality in AMP Created in December 2002: Metro do Porto STCP USGP/CP Main Goals: Create a common zoning in AMP and Trofa Create and manage an integrated ticketing system Implement a revenue sharing model between operators TIP, ACE IV. Intermodality in AMP:  IV. Intermodality in AMP Contact-less technology Andante cards CTS GTML2 – Andante Gold COMMON TICKETING SYSTEM IV. Intermodality in AMP:  Andante Products 0ccasional Tickets Voyage Ticket Andante 24 Valid 24 hours after the first validation Season Tickets Monthly Ticket Andante 10-16 Valid in the 10h-16h period in the working days and without any restrictions in the weekends and holidays IV. Intermodality in AMP COMMON PRICING Slide41:  PROJECT EVOLUTION ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS V. Commercial Operation:  V. Commercial Operation NUMBER OF VALIDATIONS 82% increase on weekday average in (May 2004 vs May 2005) Average covered distance of 4,7 kms (2004) Average commercial speed of 24,7 kms/h (2004) Occupation rate of 11,1% (2004) V. Commercial Operation:  V. Commercial Operation More than 1 M monthly validations 83% increase from 2003 to 2004 Occupation rate of 11,1% (2004) Income: 11.26 cents per Pkm (2004) Operational cost: 2.85 cents per Seat km (2004) Dec 04: 49% of 2008 Blue Line forecast demand reached, Forecast considering entire network in operation for 3 years and bus network restructured to feed metro Since Sep 04: more than 100% of this demand achieved, in morning peak hour on urban stretches in Porto Slide44:  PROJECT EVOLUTION ENGINEERING LINES IN OPERATION INTERMODALITY IN AMP COMMERCIAL OPERATION NEW PROJECTS VI. New Projects:  VI. New Projects NETWORK Duplication of Green Line Yellow Line Extension Gondomar Line Boavista Line and… Gaia Line II Maia Line II VI. New Projects:  VI. New Projects GAIA TROFA MATOSINHOS Airport PÓVOA 1. DUPLICATION OF GREEN LINE Ismai Pateiras PORTO Length 8,7 kms Number of Stations 5 Additional Budget 46 M € VI. New Projects:  VI. New Projects 2. YELLOW LINE EXTENSION Length 1,4 kms Number of Stations 3 Sto. Ovídeo Cravel Quinta do Cedro Demand 78 Thousand P*Kms/Y Budget 76,7 M € Laborim Depot 36 M € GAIA LINE TROFA LINE MATOSINHOS LINE Dragão PÓVOA LINE Sto. Ovídeo Laborim Airport VI. New Projects:  VI. New Projects GONDOMAR LINE 11 kms 80 M Pass.kms 3. GONDOMAR LINE Length 11 kms Number of Stations 17 Demand 295 Thousand P*Kms/Y Budget 201 M € VI. New Projects:  VI. New Projects 4. BOAVISTA LINE BOAVISTA LINE Length 7 kms Number of Stations 17 Demand 88 Thousand P*Kms/Y Budget 139 M € Metropolitan Porto Light Rail System:  European Federation of Railways Trackworks Contractors June 24th 2005 Metropolitan Porto Light Rail System Project Presentation

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