Genoa, 24th July 2014
The contract is related to the construction of a new metro system in Navi Mumbai, India, for an equivalent value of about 78 Million Euro
The Navi Mumbai Metro is a rapid transit system being built in the Indian city of Navi Mumbai, in the state of Maharashtra. The complete system will consist of six lines (high rail corridors) covering a total distance of about 117 km. The race in question is on Line 1, Phase 1, which consists of 11.1 km. viaduct, with 11 stations, a depot and a fleet of 8 trains.
Line 1 will then be completed with the other two phases, which provide a total of 12.3 km and 9 other stations .
The win Consortium is made by Ansaldo STS, a Finmeccanica Company, which covers the role of Leader, along with TATA Projects and CSR Zhuzhou . The scope of work of the turnkey contract is for the design, supply, install, test, commissioning and maintenance of the three-year electromechanical systems.
Ansaldo STS, as Leader of the Consortium , is responsible for system integration and the supply of Signalling System and Control (CBTC technology-based), Telecommunications , Automatic Fare Collection and storage of equipment.
Expected duration of the construction phase: about two and a half years work.