Public Procurement Authority approved tram tender

Public Procurement Authority approved the tender for the purchase of trams: the Public Procurement Authority (JCC) approved the tender for the purchase of the 12 tram tram from Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality.

The tender for the purchase of 12 tram vehicles by Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality was approved by the Public Procurement Authority. 21 percent of the tender held in July Durmazlar Machinery Industry and Trade. A.Ş., after the acquisition of 19 million 740 thousand euros, was objected to the JCC. Evaluating the objection, the JCC decided to approve the tender.

Kocaeli Metropolitan Municipality had determined the route of 10 km long tram line between Yahya Kaptan and Sekapark from 7,2 different routes and shared with the public. Following the tender for the establishment of the tram line, a protocol was recently signed with the tenderer. In the same period, the metropolitan municipality also participated in the tender for the purchase of 12 tram cars. 19 million 740 thousand euros bid for this tender Durmazlar company won.

Name, model and turquoise color determined by the people of Izmit Akçaray'ın 12 to be taken into service for the tender was made against the vehicle. Evaluating the objection, the JCC decided to approve the tender. Within the scope of the tender, Ibrahim Karaosmanoglu, Mayor of Kocaeli Durmazlar company executives are expected to sign a protocol.

The contractor is asked to deliver 12 vehicles at 1 month, 14 vehicle at 2 month, 15 vehicle at 3 month, 16 vehicle at 3 month and 17 vehicle at 3 month. The low-floor tram 12-28 will be meters long and 33-2,45 meters wide. The 2,65-250 passenger will be able to accommodate two attached doors and four double doors with landing and boarding gates in both directions of the trolley. The tram, which will be found in the driver's cab from both sides, can be driven from both sides. The maximum operating speed will be 300 km / h and the average operating speed will be 70 km / h.

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