MTC – Fetab Transcontinental Rail Link – Peru - Project Profile
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Ministry of Transport and Communications (MTC) is developing the Fetab Transcontinental Rail Link project connecting Brazil' Atlantic Coast and Peru's Pacific Coast.
Proinversion is implementing the project on behalf of The Transport and Communications Ministry.
The project involves construction of a bi-national railway line connecting Brazil and Peru. It includes the construction of stations, administrative offices and other infrastructure facilities and the laying of railway lines.
The railway link between 3750km and 5,000km will be constructed between Brasil and Peru to connect Atlantic and Pacific ports. If it would connect through Bolivia, it will be 3750km.
The tender for the technical and feasibility studies of the project was issued on June 17, 2011 but until October, 2012 no company had shown interest for this study proposal.
Government of Peru and China singed the memorandum of understanding (MOU)
The conceptual study activities are underway.
The Fetab Transcontinental Rail Link project involves construction of a bi-national railway line connecting Brazil and Peru.
The US$10,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 1,200km to 1,400km international rail line
2. Construction of stations
3. Construction of administrative offices
4. Construction of other infrastructure facilities