Light Rail Development is in the process of preparing for the procurement of the construction of the Light Rail construction stage 5 from Bergen city centre to Åsane. The fifth construction stage runs from the city centre through Åsane to Vågsbotn, together with a continual cycle route and an extension of the Fløyfjell tunnel to Eidsvåg. The line is planned to be realised in two construction stages. The first stage is approx. 2.5 km of double track from the city centre to Amalie Skrams Vei (Sandviken) with a possible opening in 2028. The next stage is approx. 10 kilometres of double track from Amalie Skrams Vei to Åsane, scheduled to open in 2033. This stage also includes a covered car park in Åsane. The light rail route is to be connected to the existing route in Kaigaten where a new stop will be established. The route then goes in Christies gate, Småstrandsgaten, Torget, Bryggen, and Sandbrogaten. From Sandrogaten the light rail route goes in a tunnel to Sandviken and a stop in rock by Sandviken church, then further towards Amalie Skrams vei.

Extended TitleBergen Light Rail - construction phase 5.
Extended Description

Alterations to cables, some demolition of walls and minor buildings, facilitation for a barracks area at Koengen.

Deadline DateNone Provided
Publication Date2023-11-21
Procurement StatusActive
TypeNot applicable
Contract TypeWorks
Award CriteriaNot applicable
OrganisationBybanen Utbygging
Attention OfCecilie Thiis
Addresspostboks 7900
Postal Code5020
Class Code45234129
Class DescriptionUrban railway track construction works
SourceOffice for Official Publications of the European Communities - Tenders electronic daily (Ted)

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