National Capital Region Transport Corporation Ltd. (NCRTC) has invited open e-bids (Electronic Bid) (Manual bid are not permitted) under the National Competitive Bidding (NCB) in Single stage two packet system with Quality and Cost based System (QCBS) of Bid Evaluation for the following works:
- Tender Reference Number: DM/IT/COR-OF/140
- Name of Work: Integrated Design, Supply, Installation, Testing, Integration, Commissioning and Support of Integrated and Realtime Enterprise Asset Management System (iDREAMS) for RRTS.
- Document Download / Sale Start Date: 05-May-2021
- Document Download / Sale End Date: 14-Jun-2021
- Bid Submission Start Date: 07-Jun-2021
- Bid Submission End Date: 14-Jun-2021
- Pre Bid Meeting Date: 21-May-2021
- Bid Opening Date: 15-Jun-2021
About RRTS corridor:
- NCRTC has geared up construction activities on India’s first Regional Rail between Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut.
- Superstructures are now visible on the Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor.
- Also, work for the RRTS viaduct near Dharamshila Marg, New Ashok Nagar in Delhi has already been started.
- In this 4.3 km elevated section of Delhi-Ghaziabad-Meerut RRTS corridor, there will be the construction of a viaduct from Sarai Kale Khan RRTS Station to New Ashok Nagar Down ramp, including Jangpura entry ramp to the stabling yard, Jangpura.
- Two elevated RRTS stations, namely Sarai Kale Khan & New Ashok Nagar, will also be constructed, including a bridge over the Yamuna River.
- The RRTS will have a total length of 82.15 km (68.03 km elevated and 14.12 km underground) with 25 stations.
- It will have a design speed of 180 km per hour, maximum operating speed of 160 km per hour and high-frequency operations, which will reduce the journey time from Delhi to Meerut to 60 minutes.
Meanwhile, NCRTC has also invited open e-bids (Electronic Bid) (Manual bid are not permitted) on Local Competitive Bidding (LCB) under Single Stage Two Packet System for the following works:
- Name of work: DA/UD/COR-OF/025, Lot-1: Shifting / Modification of Electrical Distribution Lines upto 33KV line 33KV, 11kV, LT Lines, Transformers etc. of DHBVN, infringing Delhi-Gurugram SNB RRTS Corridor of NCRTC between Ch. 54800 to Ch. 64800.
- Name of work: DA/UD/COR-OF/025, Lot-2: Shifting / Modification of Electrical Distribution Lines upto 33KV line 33KV, 11kV, LT Lines, Transformers etc. of DHBVN, infringing Delhi-Gurugram-SNB RRTS Corridor of NCRTC between Ch. 64800 to Ch. 104600.
- Bid Reference No.: DA/UD/COR-OF/025, Lot-1 & Lot-2
- Completion period of work: 12 months
This corridor Delhi (SKK)-SNB RRTS Corridor originates from Sarai Kale Khan in Delhi and ends at SNB in Rajasthan. Key salient features are as follows:
- Route length: 106.5 Km.
- States covered: 3 (Delhi, Haryana, Rajasthan).
- Length of corridor by state: 82.49 km (Haryana), 22.08 km (Delhi) and 1.93 km (Rajasthan).
- Number of stations: 16.
- Elevated/Underground sections: While almost the entire route length in Delhi is Underground, the route length in Haryana is mostly elevated except 14.08 Km. underground. The route length in Rajasthan is completely elevated. Elevated portion of the RRTS corridor in Haryana state has been planned along the median/left/right of old Delhi-Gurugram road, Sector-17 road in Gurugram area and along NH-48 up to SNB (Rajasthan State Border). In this corridor one maintenance depot at Dharuhera (at grade) and a stabling facility at Manesar have been planned.
- One of the three RRTS corridors prioritized for implementation, Delhi-Gurugram-Alwar is planned to be implemented in three stages.
- In stage I, Delhi-Gurugram-Rewari-SNB Urban Complex will be constructed.
- In Stage II, it will be extended from SNB Urban Complex to Sotanala and in Stage III, SNB Urban Complex to Alwar will be constructed.
- The 106 km long Delhi-Gurugram-SNB corridor will be elevated for about 71 km (11 stations), the remaining 35 km (5 stations) will be constructed underground, mostly in Delhi & Gurugram.
- This corridor will converge with other RRTS corridors in Sarai Kale Khan and will be interoperable, facilitating commuters’ movement from one corridor to another without the hassle of changing trains.
- Once constructed, the corridor is expected to bring down the travel time between SKK-SNB in less than70 minutes (106 km).
- The daily ridership on this corridor is estimated to be 8.5 Lakhs in 2025.
Source: NCRTC-Tender | Image Credit (representational): NCRTC