General Council approves indicators for Ghencea-Domnesti Extension

Newsroom 26/09/2018 | 12:19

The technical and economic indicators for the construction of Penetration Ghencea-Domnesti Extension and Ghencea Boulevard Overcalling between Brasov Street and 41 Tram Terminal were approved at the meeting of the General Council of Bucharest Municipality.

The total value of the investment is RON 465 million, excluding VAT, the execution time being estimated at two years. The following technical and economic indicators are foreseen:

  • 5.7 kilometers long;
  • double track length 5,900 m;
  • simple tram length 260 m;
  • track length bicycle double track 1,600 m;
  • simple way 8,200 m;
  • three pedestrian passages;
  • 24 bus stations;
  • 20 suburban platforms;
  • a park and ride.

”Due to the necessity of introducing the tram line on Prelungirea Ghencea Street, the introduction of the intermodal node adjacent to the Domneşti passage, a passage in progress by CNAIR, the introduction of the four-lane extension and the preservation of the existing tram line on Ghencea Boulevard to the end of line 41, to adapt the initial project so as to ensure the integrated functionality of both the tramway and the roadway under the current traffic conditions, ”the Council document states.

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