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NCCR – Northern Colorado Commuter Rail System – Colorado - Project Profile

NCCR – Northern Colorado Commuter Rail System – Colorado - Project Profile

Synopsis

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Summary

Northern Colorado Commuter Rail (NCCR) is planning to undertake the Northern Colorado Commuter Rail System project in Northern Colorado, the US.

The project involves the construction of a 342km rail system with about 94 stations connecting the Denver metro area with communities in nearby counties.

The project is planned to be developed in three phases including seven corridors; Wellington to Longmont, Ault to Brighton, Berthoud to LaSalle, Loveland to Windsor, Ft. Collins to Greeley, Ft. Collins to Thornton, and Longmont to Ft. Lupton.

The first phase of the project is known as Red Line includes the construction of a 67km rail system with 27 new stations. The Red Line includes construction of a rail line from Wellington to Fort Collins, Fort Collins to Loveland, Loveland to Berthoud, and from Berthoud to Longmont.

The second phase of the project is known as Blue Line includes the construction of a 70.8 km rail system with 33 stations. It includes construction of a rail line from Ault to Eaton, Eaton to Greeley, Greeley to LaSalle, LaSalle to Fort Lupton, and from Fort Lupton to Brighton.

The third phase of the project is known as Green Line includes the construction of a 33.9km rail system with 33 stations. It includes construction of a rail line from Berthoud to Johnstown, Johnstown to Milliken, and from Milliken to LaSalle.

The Yellow Line of the project involves the construction of 35.7km rail system. It involves construction of a rail line from Fort Collins to Windsor, and from Windsor to Greeley. The Gray Line of the project involves construction of 21.2km rail system from Loveland to Windsor.

Orange Line of the project involves the construction of 17.8km rail system from Longmont to Black Line, and from Firestone to Fort Lupton. The Black Line of the project involves construction of 95.3km rail system from Fort Collins to Johnstown, Johnstown to Mead, and from Mead to North Metro Rail Line.

The project includes the construction of platforms, administrative space, laying of rail tracks, installation of signal lights, safety system, office space, parking space, and other related infrastructure facilities.

Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc has been awarded the PMC contract. Regional Transportation District has been awarded the Design-Built Contract.

Graham Contracting, Ltd., Stantec Consulting Services Inc. and Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. has been awarded the Civil contract.

In the second quarter of 2015, study activities were completed.

NCCR is in the process of securing funds for project development.

Scope

The project involves the construction of a 342km rail system with about 94 stations connecting the Denver metro area with communities in nearby counties in North Colorado.

The US$3,000 million project includes the following:

1. Construction of a 67km rail system with 27 new stations in Phase I

2. Construction of a 70.8km rail system with 33 new stations in Phase II

3. Construction of a 33.9km rail system with 33 new stations in Phase III

4. Construction of platforms

5. Construction of administrative space

6. Construction of office space

7. Construction of parking space

8. Installation of safety systems

9. Installation of electrical feeder system

10. Installation of signal lights

11. Laying of rail tracks

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1.Key Statistics
2.Key Dates
3.Sector
4.Operating metrics
5.Tender Information
6.Scope
7.Description
8.Latest update
9.Background
10.Key Contacts
11.General News, Project News
12.Appendix

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