Izmir Metropolitan Municipality takes the first step of the international tender process on May 1 at Buca Metro, which will be the highest budget investment in the history of the city with a budget of more than 28 billion Euros. The qualification files of the willing companies will be opened on the official website of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and electronically.
The first stage qualification files of the companies willing in the construction tender of the Üçyol - Buca Metro Line, which will be the 5th stage of the Izmir Light Rail System, will be opened on Friday, May 28. The files to be opened electronically on the official website of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), which provides financial support to the project, will be examined by the tender commission. After the completion of the evaluations, the bidders who are deemed sufficient will be invited to the second stage where their price offers will be submitted.
Investment will break the record
The construction of Üçyol - Buca Metro Line will be the biggest investment in the history of İzmir with a budget of 1 billion 70 million Euros. 13.5 kilometers long line; Üçyol Metro Station will serve between Dokuz Eylül University Tınaztepe Campus and Çamlıkule. The line, which will be built with deep tunnel technique (TBM / NATM) using TBM machine, will have Zafertepe, Bozyaka, General Asım Gündüz, Şirinyer, Buca Municipality, Butchers, Hasanağa Garden, Dokuz Eylül University, Buca Koop and Çamlıkule stations respectively.
It will be integrated with İZBAN
Buca Metro is at Üçyol Station with the metro line running between F.Altay and Bornova; It will be integrated with İZBAN line at Şirinyer Station. While being connected from the ticket hall floor at Üçyol Station; It will be connected from the platform floor at İZBAN Şirinyer Station and will operate independently from existing lines. Train sets on this line will serve without driver.
Construction will start this year
Maintenance, Workshop and Warehouse Building, which will have a total closed area of 80 m2, will also be built within the scope of the project. In the two-storey building, the ground floor will be used as an overnight stay and the upper floor will be used as a vehicle maintenance and repair floor. There will also be administrative offices and staff usage areas on the upper floor. The construction of the Üçyol - Buca Metro Line is planned to start in the second half of this year. The work is expected to take four years.