Antalya 2nd stage rail system tender has been concluded: The tender for the 18-kilometer 2nd stage rail system in ANTALYA has been concluded. The tender held by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications was awarded to Makyol Construction with a bid of 259 million 498 thousand TL. The line that will reach the EXPO fairground from the square with the connection to Antalya Airport will be completed at the end of 2016.
The tender for the 18-kilometer 2nd stage rail system in ANTALYA has been concluded. The tender held by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications was awarded to Makyol Construction with a bid of 259 million 498 thousand TL. The line that will reach the EXPO fair area from the square with the connection to Antalya Airport will be completed at the end of 2016.
The process was completed in the Antalya 20nd stage rail system tender, whose first session was held on August 2, by the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications, General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments. 18 companies submitted bids in the first round of the construction tender of the 7-kilometer line that will extend from Meydan to the EXPO fair area connected to Antalya Airport. Gülermak İnşaat had the lowest bid with 290 million 400 thousand liras, Makyol İnşaat 298 million 664 thousand, Kolin İnşaat 310 million, Cengiz İnşaat 319 million 938 thousand, Çelikler İnşaat 324 million 481 thousand, IC İçtaş 330 million 763 thousand and Nurol İnşaat It offered 338 million 386 thousand liras.
In the second session of the tender for the project, the approximate cost of which was determined to be 249 million 857 thousand 461 TL, 2 companies submitted bids. Makyol Insaat withdrew its offer to 4 million 259 thousand liras, while Gülermak İnşaat offered 498 million, IC İçtaş 279 million 287 thousand and Cengiz İnşaat offered 138 million 289 thousand liras. The Ministry signed a contract with Makyol Construction, which made the lowest bid in the 420nd session on September 9, after the evaluation made on the bid submitted by the companies in the tender, which included the construction of the line and the procurement, assembly and commissioning of electromechanical systems.
The project of the 1nd stage project, designed as a continuation of the Antalya 2st stage rail system line, will be integrated into the existing line at the Meydan stop. While the project is also thought to play an important role in the planned development of the city in the east, EXPO 2016, which is considered as one of the most important recreation areas of the city, is designed to serve public institutions, residential areas and the airport.
The stops in the 2016nd stage work planned to be 18 kilometers on the square - Airport - EXPO 2 fairground line Perge, Barracks, Topçular, Democracy, Cırnık, Altınova, Yenigöl, Sinan, Crossroads - Airport International Lines, Airport Domestic Lines, Anfaş, Kurşunlu, Aksu and designated as EXPO 2016.
While it is envisaged that approximately 60 percent of the route will be separated from other traffic in the project, it will reach the airport with a branch that separates from the 7.6th kilometer of the route. Approximately 18.1 kilometers of the line, which has a total length of 16.9 kilometers, was designed as level, 980 meters as cut and cover and 214 meters as bridge type. While the stops are placed in sections where travel demands are expected to be intense in the project, the system is envisaged to have a capacity of 2016 thousand per hour for 7, 2020 thousand 7 passengers per hour in 900 and 2030 thousand 10 passengers per hour in 300. According to the tender specifications, the line will be completed within 450 days. In fact, the works that will start on Monday, September 14, will be completed on December 8, 2016.
Arrays of 2 or 28 vehicles of 35 - 1 meters in length will be used in the Antalya 2nd Stage Rail System Line. Even the vehicles to work will be purchased by the Antalya Metropolitan Municipality. While the Metropolitan Municipality performs the tender for the purchase of vehicles on August 25, the evaluation process continues in the tender where 18 vehicles will be purchased.