The tender process initiated by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality for the Buca Metro, which will create relief in urban public transportation, is completed on September 6th. 1 giant companies and consortia, including participants from Russia, China, Azerbaijan and the USA, will compete in the international tender for the Üçyol-Buca metro, which will be the largest investment in the history of the city with a budget of 70 billion 13 million euros. The tender will be broadcast live on the social media accounts of Izmir Metropolitan Municipality.
The final stage construction tender of Buca Metro, which will serve between Üçyol Station-Dokuz Eylül University Tınaztepe Campus-Çamlıkule, which is the fifth stage of İzmir Light Rail System, will be held on Monday, September 6th. The tender commission, which consists of metropolitan bureaucrats, will open the envelopes live and announce the offers as of 14.00. The tender, which will be broadcast live on the social media accounts of the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality, is the biggest investment in the history of the city, and has been shown among the largest infrastructure investments in Turkey in recent years.
13 giant companies and consortia, including Russian, Chinese, Azerbaijani and American companies, that have received prequalification, will compete for the largest investment in the history of the city with a budget of 1 billion 70 million Euros. As a result of the evaluation of the financial offers according to the tender procedure, the most economically advantageous offer will be determined and the construction works will begin immediately after signing a contract with the contractor company.
The first loan agreement was signed in July
The first loan agreement for the Buca Metro, which will be built by the Izmir Metropolitan Municipality with its own resources, was signed with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in July. The foreign financing contract of 125 million Euros has a maturity of 4 years, 12 months Euribor + 6% interest rate. Within the scope of İzmir Metropolitan Municipality Üçyol-Buca Metro Line, a total of 3,20 million, 125 million Euros, with the French Development Agency (AFD) and Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) last May, and with the Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB) at the end of July. An authorization agreement of 250 million euros was signed.
It will provide driverless service.
Line Üçyol Station will serve between Dokuz Eylül University Tınaztepe Campus and Çamlıkule. 13,5 station areas were determined on the 11 km long line to be built with the deep tunnel technique (TBM/NATM) using the TBM machine. Starting with Üçyol, the line will include Zafertepe, Bozyaka, General Asım Gündüz, Şirinyer, Buca Municipality, Kasaplar, Hasanağa Garden, Dokuz Eylül University, Buca Koop and Çamlıkule stations respectively. The Buca line will be integrated with the 2nd stage line running between F.Altay-Bornova at Üçyol Station and with the İZBAN line at Şirinyer Station. Train sets on this line will serve without drivers.