The Purple Line – The light rail project in Tel Aviv
The purple line of the light rail is part of the mass transit system in the Dan metropolis.
The route is above grade along its entire length and passes between the cities of Tel Aviv, Ramat Gan, Givatayim, Givat Shmuel, Kiryat Ono, Or Yehuda and Yehud.
The length of the line is about 27 km, and along it are 43 stations, as well as an operations and maintenance center (depot).
E. Spivak company was appointed by NTA to manage the project, including the management of the planning, which includes a foreign consulting company employed by the project manager, the management of the complex tender procedures, including the PPP tender, and the management of the execution divided into several stages / tenders:
Execution of infrastructure relocating and urban development works (Infra 1) as part of concessionaire tenders – establishment of tasks based on a bill of quantities.
Performing heavy civil engineering works (bridges, Road subsidence, road sections) using DB tenders.
Execution of civil engineering works and earthworks in the framework of detailed quantity tenders.
Selection of a franchisee in the PPP tender for the design, execution and maintenance of the RCL system, infrared work, rails, electrification, signaling, construction of a depot, mobile equipment, publication of an operating tender and up to full commercial operation of the entire system.
The budget of the project managed by Company E. Spivak is about 12 billion.
The project is planned to be carried out for about 6 years.