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Scandinavian Rail Development 2013 - Jan Schönbeck

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  • 1. Jan SchönbeckHead ofProcurementScandinavian RailDevelopment16 April 2013
  • 2. Railway history in Sweden  1856 First railway built in Sweden.  Until beginning of 20th century combination of private and public railways.  After 1930 s, railways nationalised into SJ (”Swedish Rail”).  1988 SJ splits to Banverket (infrastructure) and SJ (train operator).2 2013-04-18
  • 3. Railway history in Sweden  2000 and onwards mainentance subject to competition.  2010 Banverket Maintenance Division becomes a government owned company, ”Infranord AB”  2010 Banverket and Vägverket merge to become Trafikverket.3 2013-04-18
  • 4. Sweden’s rail network  11,900 km of railway line  90% electrified  11 400 switches  560 stations for boarding and alighting4 2013-04-18
  • 5. Issues Few railway contractors on the Swedish market. One dominant player. Maintenance backlog. No capacity left = vulnerable system. Positive factors Railway popular. Govern. increasing the spending on railway with 20 % Swedish state finances in good order = funding of projects is secure.5 2013-04-18
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  • 7. • Director General: Mr Gunnar Malm • Head office in Borlänge • Regional offices in Luleå, Gävle, Stockholm, Eskilstuna, Göteborg and Kristianstad • 6676 employees7 2013-04-18
  • 8. • An energy-efficient transport system • Efficient travel and transport services in metropolitan areas • Effective transport chains for industry • Robust and reliable infrastructure • The Swedish Transport Administration – a modern authority And more...9 2013-04-18
  • 9. 10 2013-04-18
  • 10. …increase the rate …increase productivity …take greater …increase competition of innovation responsibility11 2013-04-18
  • 11. 14 2013-04-18
  • 12. (Translated information regarding contracts over 20 MSEK and design projects over 10 MSEK) 15 2013-04-18
  • 13. E18 Hjulsta-Kista Division Major projects (> EUR 500 million) (road) Open to traffic: 2015 Cost: EUR 500 million (2009) The North Link (road) The ERTMS project (rail) Open to traffic: 2015/2019 Open to traffic: 2027 E4 Sundsvall (road) Cost: EUR 1,8 billion (2011) Cost: EUR 3,5 billlion (Price level Open to traffic: 2015 2012) Cost: EUR 500 million (2009) The Stockholm Bypass (road) Open to traffic: 2023 Cost: EUR 3,3 billion (2009) The Marieholm connection The City Line (rail) (road and rail) Open to traffic: 2017 Open to traffic: 2021 Cost: EUR 2,0 billion (2007) Cost: EUR 550 million (2009) The Mälaren Line (rail) The West Link (rail) Open to traffic: 2015/2022 Open to traffic: 2028 Cost: EUR 1,3 billion (2010) Cost: EUR 2,5 billlion (2009) The East Link (rail) Göteborg- Borås (rail) Open to traffic: 2028 Cost: EUR 1,8 billion (2012) Cost: EUR 3,5 billion (2008) Hallandsås (rail) BanaVäg Motala-Mjölby Open to traffic: 2015 road and rail) Cost: EUR 1,3 billion (2008) Open to traffic: 2012/2013 Cost: EUR 500 million (2012)16 2013-04-18
  • 14. Division National Projects 8 projects Investments 100 million EUR North District 240 projects Projects 0-500 million EUR 300 million EUR Central District 180 projects 300 million EUR East/Stockholm District 420 projects 400 million EUR West District 300 projects 300 million EUR South District 300 projects 300 million EUR17 2013-04-18
  • 15. • 6 maintenance areas / year subject to competition. • Contract time 5 + 1 + 1 years. • Each EUR 40-50 million / 7 years. • Time to make bid 3 months. • Time to establish 9-12 months. • Incentive if reduction in faults in the rail system. • Penalty if failure to meet response time when faults in the rail system occur. • Trafikverket provides stock with material to correct acute faults. Contractor takes care of the stock.18 2013-04-18
  • 16. A selection of projects that offer opportunities as;  consultant,  contractor,  sub-contractor  supplier19 2013-04-18
  • 17. The West Link ProjectWHERE Through central GöteborgWHAT An approximately 8 kilometre long railway tunnel underneath Göteborg.WHY Contributes to an attractive, expanding and sustainable West Sweden. Provide increased capacity for train traffic, reduce vulnerability in the railway system and three new stations will increase accessibility to the city and the region.NOW Project planning underway, start of construction 2018 at the earliest.COST SEK 20 billion (2009 price levels). The project is partINFO http://www.trafikverket.se/westlinkproject20 2013-04-18
  • 18. This is the West Link • A 8 km double-track railway tunnel through the center of Gothenburg. • Increases the availability with two new stations in the city - at Haga and at Korsvägen • Increases the capacity of train services with continuous lines. Västlänkens sträckning21 2013-04-18
  • 19. Göteborg Central Railway station today • Dead end station = Station terminus. A functional limitation • Trains travellingg on from Gothenburg C must reverse direction at the station • A waste of time compared to a station with through traffic • Capacity loss and conflicts when all trains will enter and exit the station in the same direction.22 2013-04-18
  • 20. Attractive railway stations underground with high availability23 2013-04-18
  • 21. Ground Conditions Rock Haga Clay, 0-25 m Clay, >25 m Stations24 2013-04-18
  • 22. The Marieholm Connection ProjectWHERE GöteborgWHAT New road tunnel underneath and new railway bridge over the Göta River in Göteborg.WHY Reduce vulnerability and increase the robustness of the road traffic and railway systems. Reduce the load of traffic through the Tingstad Tunnel.NOW Planning is underway, start of construction in 2014.COST The estimated cost of the tunnel is SEK 3.5 Billion and of the bridge SEK 1.35 billion, both in 2009 price levels. The tunnel is included in the West Swedish Agreement and the bridge is financed through regional and national cooperation. 25 2013-04-18
  • 23. ERTMS – European Rail Traffic Management SystemWHERE All over SwedenWHAT Introduction of a joint traffic management system for Europe.ERTMS European Rail Traffic Management System.WHY Facilitate cross-border train traffic and increase the competitiveness of the railway.NOW Development and installation work being performed in parallel. Detailed plans are being developed.OPEN TO TRAFFIC ERTMS open for traffic introduced during a period from 2010 to 2030.CO ST SEK 30 billion.26 2013-04-18
  • 24. The East Link ProjectWHERE South of Stockholm - LinköpingWHAT 150 km new double track railwayWHY Increase in capacity and faster connection between Stockholm and Gothenburg.NOW Early planningOPEN TO TRAFFIC 2027.COST SEK 30 billion.27 2013-04-18
  • 25. The Gothenburg – Borås ProjectWHERE East of GothenburgWHAT 70 km new double track railwayWHY Increase in capacity and faster connection between Stockholm and Gothenburg.NOW Early planningOPEN TO TRAFFIC 2027COST SEK 15 billion.28 2013-04-18
  • 26. 4-track Flackarp-ArlövWhat: Expansion from two to four tracks. Length 8 km.Where: South Main LineWhy: Increase the capacityCurrent status: Planning phase.Open to traffic: 2018Total cost: 300 million EUR Construction starts in 201429 2013-04-18
  • 27. Gothenburg harbour lineWhat: Expansion to double track on the whole length.Where: Port of GothenburgWhy: Increase the capacityStatus: Planning phase.Open to traffic: 2018Total cost: 300 million EUR30 2013-04-18
  • 28. Varberg-HamraWhat: Expansion to double track railway. Length 5 kmincluding 3 km tunnel and new station in Varberg.Where: West Coast LineWhy: Increase the capacityStatus: Planning phase.Open to traffic: 2021Total cost: 300 million EUR31 2013-04-18