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1 COUNTRY REPORT: COLOMBIA INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PROSPERITY Seoul – Republic of Korea

2 Ministry of Transport Public Procurement PPP - Concessions Public Procurement and PPP Surveillance of Infrastructure Division of Road Traffic Magdalena River Corporation Airports only TRANSPORT ORGANIZATION AND STRUCTURE

3 Ministry of Transport Planning Office Legal issues OfficeTreasury OfficeControl Office Viceministry of Infrastructure Viceministry of Transport Infrastructure Office Road Traffic and Transport Office - Policy Making in terms of Infrastructure. -To provide technical support to related bodies and regional offices. - To identify needs in terms of infrastructure, including all the transport modes in all the Colombian territory. - To prioritize infrastructure projects according to the needs and the potential benefit. - To provide an information system for citizens. - Policy Making in terms of Road Traffic and Transport. - Fare Assignation to Public Transport. - To determine technical indicators of Safety and Quality in transport. - To control the transport operators. - To control the related bodies by ensuring the application of the policies. - To provide an information system for citizens. DIVISIONAL FUNCTIONS

4 INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS INVESTMENT (BILLION) INVESTMENT (BILLION) ROADS RAILWAYS RIVER & MARITIME SEAPORTS AIRPORTS URBAN TRANSPORTATION 28,0 10,6 1,6 1,0 7,1 49,7 15,9 9,6 0,7 0,9 1,0 0,5 3,3 TOTAL INVESTMENT 2011 – ,7 US$ 49,7 BILLION NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN

5 THE ROAD TO THE FUTURE IS BEING PAVED ROAD POLICY

6 25 PPP - Concessions 25 New Projects 78 Projects by Public Procurement IN PROGRESS INVIAS: In charge of km Road rehabilitation, Resurfacing, Road improvement, Road maintenance. Contracts award, surveillance and supervision of Construction and Consultancy projects. INCO: In charge of km Contracts award, surveillance and supervision of the concessionaires in charge of the DBO type projects. NEW PROJECTS Identified by the Ministry of Transport due to their importance. ROADS POLICY SCHEME

7 NEIVA VILLAVICENCIO PUERTO GAITAN POPAYAN CALI BUGA PEREIRA SOGAMOSO BUCARAMANGA PALO DE LETRAS EL TIGRE CAUCACIA MONTERIA SINCELEJO CARMEN DE BOLIVAR BOSCONIA VALLEDUPAR BARRANQUILLA CARTAGENA SANTA MARTA RIOHACHA PARAGUACHON TIBU SAN ROQUE NECOCLÍ RUMICHACA PASTO CHACHAGÛÍ MANIZALES ZIPAQUIRA PAMPLONA SIMITÍ YONDO ACHÍ SAN MARCOS SAN PELAYO LA VICTORIA ESPINAL ARMENIA IBAGUE MEDELLIN TUNJA BOGOTA GIRARDOT CUCUTA ROADWAY PROJECTS CURRENTLY UNDER CONCESSION National Concession Projects under contract25 Total Length4800 Total Length built ( Four Lane )*875 km Total Length in Operation (Four Lane)*670 km

8 RUMICHACA NEIVA VILLAVICENCIO PUERTO GAITAN POPAYAN CALI SOGAMOSO BUCARAMANGA CHACHAGÛÍ LA VICTORIA ESPINAL ARMENIA IBAGUE TUNJA BOGOTA PTO. SALGAR CÁQUEZA CALERA SOPO LA PAILA BUENAVENTURA STDER. QUILICHAO PTO CARRENO YOPAL SARAVENA ARAUCA SISGA EL SECRETO MOCOA CARTAGO PLANETARICA LA YE TOLUVIEJO CRUZ DEL VISO CARRETO PONEDERA LA PAZ SAN JUAN BUENAVISTA CUESTECITAS BARBOSA AGUACLARA OCANA PTO SANTANDER LA MATA MANIZALES VILLETA More than 6,000 Km of roadway projects to be developed through concession model during the period NEW ROADWAY PROJECTS MEDELLIN

9 RUMICHACA MANIZALES VILLETA NEIVA VILLAVICENCIO PUERTO GAITAN POPAYAN CALI BUGA PEREIRA SOGAMOSO BUCARAMANGA PALO DE LETRAS EL TIGRE CAUCACIA MONTERIA SINCELEJO CARMEN DE BOLIVAR BOSCONIA VALLEDUPAR BARRANQUILLA CARTAGENA SANTA MARTA RIOHACHA PARAGUACHON TIBU SAN ROQUE NECOCLÍ PASTO CHACHAGÛÍ ZIPAQUIRA PAMPLONA SIMITÍ YONDO ACHÍ SAN MARCOS SAN PELAYO ESPINAL ARMENIA IBAGUE MEDELLIN TUNJA GIRARDOT CUCUTA ROADWAY PROJECTS CURRENTLY UNDER CONCESSION + NEW ROADWAY PROJECTS More than 10,000 km of National Roadway Network to be consolidated under the concession model*

10 PROJECTS OF HIGH IMPORTANCE

11 GROUP 1 1.GIRARDOT – PTO SALGAR – IBAGUÉ CORRIDOR (277km) Improvement of the roadway 2. NEIVA – GIRARDOT CORRIDOR (166km) Scope of intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study 3. MOCOA – NEIVA CORRIDOR (316km) Scope of intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study Neiva Girardot Bogotá PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING Ibagué Mocoa Puerto Salgar ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

12 Bogotá B/ventura GROUP 2 1. IBAGUÉ – LA PAILA INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (135km) Double carriageway between Ibagué – Cajamarca and Calarcá – La Paila sectors and its manteinance and operation. 2. BUGA – BUENAVENTURA INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (118km) Double carriageway between Buga - Mediacanoa. Logistic Solution, manteinance and operation of sector Citronela – Puerto. 3. SANTANDER DE QUILICHAO – CHACHAGUI INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (219km) Scope intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study Santander de Quilichao Chachagui Popayán Ibagué La Paila Buga PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING Cali Lobo ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

13 PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING GROUP 3 1.CUNDINAMARCA EASTERN PERIMETRAL (150km) Road improvement of Caqueza – Choachí – Calera – Sopó roadway and secondary roads of Bogotá 2. BOGOTÁ – VILLAVICENCIO INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (55km) Double carriageway construction. 3. VILLAVICENCIO – ARAUCA INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (656km) Scope intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study. 4.META ROADWAY NETWORK (219km) Scope intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study. The awarding of the a new concession will be done when actual concession contract ends. Arauca Chocontá Sisga Villavicencio Granada Yopal Puerto Gaitán Puerto Carreño Caqueza Calera Sopó Bogotá Tame ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

14 Bogotá Caucasia GROUP 4 1.COMPREHENSIVE MAINTENANCE CORRIDORS (1000km) Improvement, rehabilitation and routine and periodic maintenance to meet service level standards Planeta Rica La Ye San Marcos El Viajano Sincelejo Tolú Palo Alto Cruz del Viso Carreto Ponedera Lorica Valledupar La Paz San Roque San Juan Buenavista Cuestecitas PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

15 Chocontá GROUP 5 1. CENTRAL RAILWAY SYSTEM (CRS) Includes study of Carare´s Railroad Includes study of sector between Chiriguaná and the Caribbean ports Passes through FENOCO Concession Construction of a third line Construction of a new corridor to a port in the Guajira region (To be determined) Currently awaiting response from BID for the structuring of the CRS BID Agreement: 2 technicians and 1 finance specialist to be hired as support INCO in the CRS structuring. Integral structure includes: Development of Carare’s Railway and Chiriguaná – Caribbean ports Studies. Technical, Legal and Financial Structuring, Land acquisition, Social, and environmental management. PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING Bogotá Facatativá Belencito Zipaquirá La Dorada Chiriguaná Cabañas La Vizcaína Santa Marta Dibulla Barbosa ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

16 PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING Bogotá Cúcuta PamplonaBucaramanga Duitama Tunja GROUP 6 1.BOGOTÁ – CÚCUTA INTERNATIONAL TRADE CORRIDOR (568km) Scope of intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study. 2.MANIZALES – HONDA – VILLETA CORRIDOR (206km) Scope of intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study. Villeta Manizales Honda ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

17 GROUP 7 AUTOPISTAS DE LA MONTAÑA PROJECT Activities Carried Out Local builder (ISA) submitted technical, legal and financial studies. August 10, 2011 Local consultant awarded to advise the INCO in the review of the studies. Double carriageway sectorsLenght (Km) Túnel De Occidente – El Tigre338 Don Matías – Caucasia251 San José del Nus – Puerto Berrío77 Camilo C. – Tres Puertas234 Construction Sub-total900 Manteinance and Operation SectorsLenght (Km) Túnel De Occidente – El Tigre401 Hatillo – Don Matias – Caucasia284 Bello – San José de Nus - Puerto Berrío186 Ancón Sur – Tres Puertas y Variante Irra – La Virginia 380 Manteinance and Operation Sub- total1251 PROJECTS UNDER STRUCTURING ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

18 GROUP 8 1. NORTH OF SANTANDER CORRIDOR (220km) Cúcuta – Ocaña, Cúcuta - Puerto Santander y Tibu – Convención – La Mata. Scope of intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study. 2. CESAR – GUAJIRA CORRIDOR (300km) Scope intervention definition according to the Traffic Demand Study San Roque – La Paz – Valledupar – Cuestecistas 3. CARTAGENA - BARRANQUILLA CORRIDOR (110km) Cúcuta Aguaclara Ocaña La Mata Pto Santander San Roque Valledupar Cuestecitas Cartagena Barranquilla La Paz ROAD PROJECTS – PLANNIG STAGE

19 BIDDING PACKAGES FOR INTEGRAL STRUCTURING GROUP 1GROUP 2GROUP 3GROUP 4GROUP 5 Cundinamarca Eastern Perimetral Girardot - Puerto Salgar Corridor Neiva – Girardot Corridor Ibagué - La Paila Corridor Buga - Buenavent ura Corridor (Chachagui - Popayán + Stder de Quilichao) Bogotá Villavicencio Corridor Villavicencio Arauca Corridor Sisga Transversal Meta Roadway Network Manteinance (Levels of Service) Central Railroad System + Carare Center Pacific Conection ESTIMATED BIDDING DATE STRUCTURING VALUE $7,8 $14,6 $3,2 $4,0 $5,6 To be defined BIDDING PACKAGES INTEGRAL STRUCTURING GROUP 6GROUP 7GROUP 8 Bogotá - Bucaramanga - Cúcuta (Duitama – Pamplona, included) Manizales - Honda - Villeta Autopistas de la Montaña Project Norte de Santander Corridor Cesar- Guajira Corridor Barranquilla Cartagena Corridor ESTIMATED BIDDING DATE STRUCTURING VALUE $14,5 To be defined $8,4 MILLION USD ROAD PROJECTS SCHEDULE

20 TRAFFIC SYSTEM

21 URBAN CONTROL RURAL CONTROL - Control of traffic - Identification of bad driver behavior - Surveillance of public transport and private vehicles. - Constant supervision in order to proceed in case of accidents or traffic congestion. Applied in the main cities of Colombia Road traffic control center based on cameras, police officers and mobile & fixed speed checkers. Based on police officers, mobile & fixed speed checkers and concessionaire inspectors. Considering that currently there is not a road traffic center, the concessionaires are demanded to provide to the network users a telephone number to report any situation along the road. CURRENT PRACTICESFOR ROAD TRAFFIC CONTROL

22 CICOTT Roads’ Police – Superintendence of transport Survilleance cameras Information boards Vehicle counters On board equipment IN SITE EQUIPMENT Safety centers distributed in the network Road traffic control in the national network. Availaible information for users (In real time) Oprotune and effective action in case of accidents. Main Objectives INTELLIGENT CENTER FOR ROAD TRAFFIC CONTROL Connectivity: 1. Public operators and private vehicles 2. Concessions 4. Cargo undertakings Connectivity: 1. Public operators and private vehicles 2. Concessions 4. Cargo undertakings

23 TRAFFIC VOLUME January February March April May June July August September October November December Total TRAFFIC VOLUME REGISTERED IN TOLL STATIONS

24 CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE

25 The construction and maintenance methodologies are regulated by INVIAS. INVIAS offers a package of manuals that are available on internet. The manual was updated in 2007 and it is based on important international standards: Its content is composed of 249 test standards and 95 construction specifications. Classification of roads based on Traffic volume to determine: i) Materials Quality, ii) In site equipment, iii) Construction methodologies and iv) Construction quality. Application of statistics to establish the acceptance of pavement structure and resistance of mixtures. Strict control over the IRI and the Skid resistance. CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS

26 CONSTRUCTION SCHEME

27 MAINTENANCE SCHEME

28 CURRENT MAINTENANCE METHODOLOGY Identification of defects by means of Visual Inspections  Network in Charge of INVIAS (Public Procurement) - Visual Inspections in charge of Road administrators. - Work Interventions are determined by INVIAS and construction firms are hired by tender processes to execute the maintenance works.  Network in charge of INCO (Concessions) Concessionaires are demanded to carry out the visual inspections and to execute the maintenance works considering the INVIAS standards. - Cracking- Rutting - Ravelling- Potholing - Roughness- Edge break - Surface Texture- Skid resistance - Cracking- Rutting - Ravelling- Potholing - Roughness- Edge break - Surface Texture- Skid resistance

29 PLANNED MAINTENANCE METHODOLOGY Both INVIAS and INCO are structuring a tender process to analyze maintenance strategies for different roads networks by means of the application of an specialized software package such as HDM4 to determine: Budget allocation based on economical and physical benefits. Application of Cost – Benefit Analysis. Multi-year work programme Project priorization Type of maintenance to apply Budget allocation based on economical and physical benefits. Application of Cost – Benefit Analysis. Multi-year work programme Project priorization Type of maintenance to apply

30 STRUCTURING AND PLANNING STAGE

31 1.Scope Definition 2.Specifications 3.Control and Supervision 4.General Budget and Payment Method 5.Risks Technical Structuring Financial Structuring 1.Financial Model 2.Financial and Legal requirements Legal Structuring1. Terms of reference to hire contractors of construction and interventory Risk and Budget Approval 1.Risk analysis 2.Risks approval 3.Compromise the project financing Project promotion 1.Business forums 2.Information and diffusion 3.Market analysis Selección de Contratistas e Interventor 1.Support in the tender process and the selection of the contractor STRUCTURING PHASE FOR ROAD PROJECTS

32 1. Demand Prediction 2. Economical Report 3. Topography Report 4. Road Geometry Report 5. Geology and Soils Report 6. Hydrology and Hydraulics Report 7. Road Traffic Report 8. Special Structures Report 9. Pavements report 10. Signaling report 11. Environment impact report 12. Social Impact report 13. Parcels impact report 14. Specifications, costs, schedule report 15. Identification of materials source and dumps report 16. Executive Summary STUDY & DESIGN PHASE FOR ROAD PROJECTS Consultancy Companies are responsible of the following documents:

33 THANK YOU


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