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Project Development at BKK Centre for Budapest Transport Gergely Horn Head of division BKK Centre for Budapest Transport 24.04.2013.

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1 Project Development at BKK Centre for Budapest Transport Gergely Horn Head of division BKK Centre for Budapest Transport

2 Aim 25 pcs of meters long low-floor trams 12 pcs of meters long low-floor trams (+236% optional 12 long, 75 regular vehicles) 10 pcs of articulated, low-floor trolleys 14 pcs of non-articulated, low-floor trolleys (+279% optional 7 non-articulated, 60 articulated vehicles) Additional infrastructure development (depots and platforms) Status Procurement for trams Publishing: Contracting: June 2013 Procurement for trolleys Publishing: Contracting: August 2013 Engineer Publishing: Contracting: Sept Total project cost:140 mill EUR Tram and trolley rolling stock development Depots’ and platforms’ development Technical design Publishing: Contracting: May 2013 Construction Publishing: July 2014 Contracting: July 2015

3 Modernisation of Tramlines 1 and 3 Preparation phase: All necessary permits and designs are available. Implementation tenders: Tramline 1, I. section: (Bécsi út – Kerepesi út) –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 49,7 mill EUR Tramline 1, II. section: (Kerepesi út – Fehérvári út) –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 37,7 mill EUR Tramline 3 –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 34,0 mill EUR B C A B A C Tramline Cograilway Suburban railway Underground

4 Preparation phase : Permitting in progress, permits will be available in August. Implementation tenders: Refurbishment of Széll Kálmán tér: –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 12,0 mill EUR Implementation of section Széll Kálmán tér and refurbishment of tramline 17: –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 19,3 mill EUR Implementation of section Bem rakpart: Connecting tramlines 17 and 19/41 –Procurement publication: –Contracting: –End of construction: –Estimated cost: net 9,7 mill EUR Interconnected tram network in Buda B C A B A C Tramline Cograilway Suburban railway Underground

5 Aim of BKK development projects Project preparation for the next period Preparation until 2014 Construction Aim of BKK development projects Lack of any preparation for transport development before BKK – except metro line M4 Accurate preparation and EU granting process need almost 2-3 years to complete Getting off to a flying start to the EU financial period Creating a competitive public transport infrastructure network Technical principles of the projects Improving cohesion of districts New connections for outer districts Interoperability between urban and suburban lines Technical renewal of infrastructure and rolling stock Accessibility

6 Tram and trolley rolling stock development Modernisation of Tramlines 1 and 3 Interconnected tram network in Buda Reconstruction and extension of metro line M1 Interoperability of M2 and Gödöllői HÉV suburban railway The southern sector of metro line M5 Development of a complex tram and trolleybus network in Budapest Extension and reconstruction of metro line M3 Extension of tram line 42 Reconstruction and extension of tram line 2 Reconstruction and extension of Budapest Cog-wheel Railway Development projects for

7 Aim Reconstruction of existing infrastructure Accessibility of stops in a protected national monumental area New rolling stock options Extension to Zugló area Status Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress Expected contracting: May 2013 Feasibility study: July 2014 Cost of preparation: 2,6 mill EUR Total project cost: 170 mill EUR Reconstruction and extension of metro line M1

8 Integrated Transport Model for Budapest Aim Elaboration of Feasibility studies on one common platform Support for BKK’s long term, strategic planning Publication of traffic data and model results Tasks: Data collection, Transport model, Database structure Results will be used straight at our on-going Feasibility studies Status Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress Expected contracting: May 2013 Data collection:September 2013 Transport model: February 2014 Database structure: July 2014 Total project cost: EUR

9 Aim Interconnect ion of M2 and Gödöllői HÉV suburban railway New feeder line to Rákoskeresztúr Analysis of future operation mode of the lines; (power supply, vehicle, etc.) Impacts of the interoperability and the feeder line to the public transport and road network Effects of the interoperability: Two eastern districts of Pest and some affected suburban towns will get a high quality public transport Status Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress Expected contracting: May 2013 Feasibility study:September 2014 Cost of preparation: 1,7 mill EUR Total project cost: 570 mill EUR Interoperability of M2 and Gödöllői HÉV suburban railway

10 Aim Interconnection of Northern and Southern HÉV suburban railways underneath Budapest city centre Extension of southern section up to Astoria Southern HÉV suburban railways don’t reach the city centre Now from the present terminus the city centre can be reached only with 1 or 2 transfers The main problem of the line is the lack of urban connection Has to be clarified: Mode, height of platforms, Place of the terminus in Csepel, Connection to lines M2-M3-M4, Possibility of integration with MÁV suburban railway Status Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress Expected contracting: May 2013 Development options: November 2013 Feasibility study: November 2014 Cost of preparation: 1,9 mill EUR Total project cost: 500 mill – 1,3 bill EUR The southern sector of metro line M5

11 Development of a complex tram and trolleybus network in Budapest Aim An integrated tram and trolleybus network, which ensures the missing network-connections (20 affected lines) New diameter tram lines Traffic-calm zones in the city centre Priority list of projects Full development of top 4 projects of the list (designing and permitting) Status Public procurement tender evaluation is in progress Expected contracting: May 2013 Integrated network development concept: November 2013 Feasibility study and design for approval: November 2014 Cost of preparation:2,3 mill EUR Total project cost:275,0 mill EUR

12 Reconstruction and extension of metro line M3 to Káposztásmegyer Aim Reconstruction of infrastructure Reconstruction of passenger flow spaces, rising travelling comfort Accessibility (escalators and elevators) Interconnection to the Railway at the extension (Rákospalota-Újpest, Káposztásmegyer, Megyeri road) Renewal of rolling stock (new pieces or reconstruction) New depot at Káposztásmegyer Status Procurement launching:July 2013 Contracting: November 2013 Development options for infra and rolling stock April 2014 Feasibility studyAugust 2014 Permitting design and permits May 2015 Technical design August 2015 Cost of preparation:2,1 mill EUR Total project cost:500 mill EUR

13 Reconstruction and extension of tram line 42 Aim Reconstruction of existing infrastructure and Határ út terminal Extension to Tulipán utca terminal to Gloriett residential area Tasks: technical design, land acquisition and building permit Status Compilation of application for TOP funding is in progress Cost of preparation: EUR Total project cost: 57 mill EUR

14 Reconstruction of tram line 2 Aim Preliminary study: Viaduct between Eötvös and Március 15. squares Boráros square interconnection with tram line 2 and 4/6-os with regard on accessibility Interconnection of tramline 2 and 51 Feasibility study, united permitting and technical design: Reconstruction of terminal and stops (accessibility) respectively to new rolling stock (36 m) Reconstruction of Lánchíd tunnel Development of Széchenyi István square Status Evaluation of application for TOP funding is in progress at IB Procurement documents for FS are ready to start quality control process Expected contracting: August 2013 Feasibility study and preliminary study: February 2014 Cost of preparation: EUR Total project cost: 22 mill EUR

15 Reconstruction and extension of Budapest Cog-wheel Railway Aim Reconstruction of infrastructure Extension to Normafa and Széll Kálmán square Eligibility of bicycle transport New rolling stock to ensure interoperability Possibility of nostalgic lines Status Preliminary design is ready, preliminary theoretical type licencing process for rolling stock has been started For further development studies TOP application will be submitted to the IB Design for approval and united permitting and technical designs and obtaining permits: 31 August 2015 Cost of preparation:2,5 mill EUR Total project cost:67 mill EUR

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