Serbian railway infrastructure i Delegation of the European Union in Serbia have announced a tender for works on the construction of tunnel number 4 on the section Stalac-Junis, on the line Belgrade-Nis, in the municipality of Cicevac. The scope of works includes the construction of a single-channel two-track tunnel no. 4, 3,275 meters long, with three evacuation tunnels and two access roads, as well as the preliminary preparation of project documentation, and does not include track upgrades, electrification, signaling and telecommunications.
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Estimated value of the work to be financed European Investment Bank is EUR 40 million, excluding VAT, and the duration of the contract is limited to 4.5 years.
The work will be divided into two lots, the first of which involves the construction of tunnel number 4, and the second the reconstruction and modernization of the existing railway and the construction of the second track on the section Stalac – Junis, with the construction of 4 more tunnels through the Stalac gorge.
Announcement that it is European Union ready to support the construction of the railway between Belgrade and Northern Macedonia, of which the Belgrade-Nish railway is a part, arrived in April this year, during the visit of Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic to Brussels. Vučić then specified that five variants were discussed, and that Serbia accepted variant 4. He added that the construction of the railway could start in the spring of next year and stated that the works would be completed in 2026.
According to earlier announcements, some sections of this line, due to cost-effectiveness, will be planned for a speed of 160 km / h.
The deadline for applications is September 28.
Source: Gradjevinarstvo.rs – VESTI by www.gradjevinarstvo.rs.
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