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Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebaya Railway Project.

Project Overview!

Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebaya Railway Project, which has a length of 392 kms, initiating from the north east of the city of Awash and arrive to Weldia through the city of Kombolcha.The Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebaya Project has a significant importance as it connects the northern and eastern economic and traffic corridor of Ethiopia. The railway to be built will connect the railway lines from Mekelle to Hara Gebaya and then Addis to Djibouti, which is the main transport corridor for both passenger and freight traffic, and for transport of imported and exported goods via Djibouti Port. Furthermore, the construction of this railway will play an active and significant role in connecting the northern region of the country with the central part.The Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebaya Railway Project which has an estimated 1,7 Billion USD shall be completed in 66 months and the design works for the project will be handled by Yapı Merkezi as well. In addition to the length of the main line which is approximately 390 kms, station lines are 18 kms and the maintenance lines are 40 kms. The length of the total line is approximately 425 kms.


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2019-07-19 10:31:15

BGI PLC and DESSIE FANA BROADCASTING visited Kombolcha Station and Workshop

BGI PLC and DESSIE FANA BROADCASTING visited Kombolcha Station and Workshop and planted seedlings in Kombolcha Station. 
After the site visit, they had a football match at Yapı Merkezi's football area.




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Overall Project Progress

85.6%

Project Status by Task

Mobilization

85%

Design

87%

Earth work

61.8%

Bridge Works

69.2%

Tunnel Works

66.6%

Culverts

90.3%

Truck Works

68%

Station Building

50%

Power Tractions

75%

Technical Building

60%

Technical Building

60%

Radio Tower

66.6%

Workshop Building

90%

Geotechnical

90%
Project Name : Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebeya Railway Project Owner : Ethiopian Railways Corporation (ERC) Designer : Yapı Merkezi İnşaat buy essays online ve Sanayi A.Ş Contractor : Yapı Merkezi İnşaat ve Sanayi A.Ş. Employer’s Repres. : SYSTRA AB cons. with Multi-D Eng.Cons.PLC O&M Co. : Ethiopian Railways Corporation (ERC) Standarts & Codes : EN (Eur.), UIC (Union Intl. Chemindefer, TSE (Turkish) Total Length : 391 km Design Speed : 120 km/h for passanger, 80 km/h for custom dissertation writing services freight (90 km/h at sections with rough topography) Construction Period : 66 months (38 months for Section between km 0-270) Contract Commencement date : October 18/2014
Earthworks : ~ 97.7 million m3 Tunnels : 12 pieces, total length=10.167 m Bridges : 56 pieces, total length= 55m Overpasses : 10 pieces, total length= 252 m Culverts : 884 pieces, total length= 34,5 km Trackworks : 426 km (including sidings and depot lines) E&M Systems : catenary, power supply, signalling&telecom, OCC Buildings : 10 Stations, Depot and Workshop Facilities, Substations (providing electricity from main lines to substations is ERC responsibility)
The Ethiopian Government has been undertaking several buy essays online cheap transportation projects as part of a five-year growth and transformation plan (GTP), which aims to enhance the transportation network within the country by connecting to adjacent countries and ports. It will provide efficient mobility and improve the export and import activities, boosting the economic development. National Railway Network of Ethiopia (NRNE) is one of the several projects constituted in the plan. ERC has recognised eight railway routes as significant for development. These routes will have a total length of approximately 5,060km including buffer. NRNE projects will be implemented in two phases. Phase I is composed of five dissertation proposal writing railway projects which include Addis Ababa - Djibouti Railway Project, Mekele - Woldia/Hara Gebeya - Semera-Tadjourah Port Railway Project, Addis Ababa - Ijaji-Jimma-Dima including Jimma - Bedele Railway Project, Awash-Kombolcha-Hara Gebeya Railway Project and Mojo-Shashemene-Arbaminich-Weyto Railway Project. Phase II includes six projects, Jimma-Guraferda-Dima diorected to Boma , Ijaji-Nekemet-Assosa-Kumuruk, Mekele-Shire, Fenoteselam-Bahirdar-Wereta-Woldia, Wereta Azazo-Metema and Adama-Indeto-Gassera-Ginir.
The new Awash Woldia/Hara Gebeya Railway Project is an extension buy essays online cheap project that will connect to Addis Adaba - Djibouti railway line. Awash railway station lies along the railway line from Addis Adaba to Djibouti. Addis Adaba - Dijbouti is the primary transportation link for mobility of goods and people. The route is also used for import and export purposes through Djibourti port. The 389km-long single railway line will start from the north east of Awash and progress northwards through Kombolcha to reach Woldia. The line will also link with Woldia/Hara Gebeya- Semera-Dicheto-Elidar project which dissertation proposal writing will connect northern Ethiopia with Tadjurah port in Djibouti. The Woldia/Hara Gebeya- Semera-Dicheto-Elidar project will provide second transport link to the port and enhance the country's development. All the current design works are subject to changes according to the final design, however.
The Awash Woldia / Hara Gebeya railway line will involve the construction of 392km of new rail line, 40km maintenance lines and 18km station lines. It also includes construction of new tunnels, three terminal stations with two platforms, and six intermediate stations with a single platform. The total length of the railway line will thus be 447km. An operation control tower will also be built exclusively for the line. The overhead catenary will provide electricity for the main railway line, depot and stabling lines. Two maintenance facilities, warehouse, generator rooms, maintenance and painting workshop, mechanical service building, wash services, service and commercial buildings will be constructed adjacent to the railway stations.