WJPMDM – Padalarang to Cicalengka Railway Line Upgrade – West Java - Project Profile
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The West Java Province Metropolitan Development Management (WJPMDM) is planning to undertake the electrification of a railway line in West Java, Indonesia.
The project involves the modernization of a 42km railway line from Padalarang to Cicalengka.
Out of the total 42km, 20km is already double track and uses an electronic signaling and relay signaling system, while the rest is single track with mechanical signaling. However, the project will be implemented in three components.
Component A will include the implementation of a 4.1km viaduct with a gentle slope between Bandung Central and Kiaracondong and compatible with long freight trains and building of an overhead station on the viaduct at Cikudapateuh.
Component B will include the consolidation of railway right of way, replacement of defective rails on the 42km of line, doubling of track on section Kiaracondong (end of bridge) to Gedebage (freight station), modernization of signaling and telecommunications on double track section of Padalarang to Gedebage, electrification of double track from Padalarang to Gedebage, development of main stations and removing a portion of the crossings outside the center and related works.
The component C will include the complementary modernization and electrification of the railway infrastructure and systems.
Agence Francaise De Developpement (AFD) provided US$57 million and Republic of Indonesia will provide US$2.2 million funding for the development of component A.
French Ministry of Finance will provide US$100 million and Republic of Indonesia will provide US$15.2 million for the development of component B.
A consortium of Artelia and Egis has been appointed as lead consultant.
In February 2013, feasibility study on the project was completed.
On August 2013, GOI signed a capital loan agreement with GOF and Agence Francaise de Developpement (AFD) for the project. The allocation of project financing consists of a loan treasury France amounting to US$100 million and AFD loan of US$57 million.
On March 28, 2014, a tender for pre-qualification of consultant was issued. The scope of work includes design, tender assistance and supervision of the construction of viaduct between Bandung station and Kiaracondong station.
In April 2015, six firms were selected as pre-qualified consultants. The firms are Yooshin Engineering Corporation; a joint venture of Dohwa Engineering Co. Ltd (50%), PT Perentjana Djaja (25%), PT Indotek Engineering (25%); AURECON-KECC-CECI-SAU; SYSTRA-JAYA CM; Sinotech-Arkonin-Intimulya JV; and joint venture of Egis International, Egis Structures et Environment, P.T. Egis International Indonesia, PT Bita Enarcon Engineering, PT. Kutami Manajamen Teknologi.
In October 2015, Government of Indonesia (GOI) and Government of France (GOF) are yet to sign a Financial Protocol Implementation Agreement.
Construction works are scheduled to complete by 2022.
The project involves the modernization of a 42km railway line from Padalarang to Cicalengka in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia.
The US$1500 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of double-track railways lines
2. Construction of a substation to supply overhead power
3. Construction of elevated tracks
4. Installation of electrical signaling system
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