RAIL LINE PROJECT FROM BHANGA TO PAYRA VIA BARISAL
FEASIBILITY STUDY WITH DETAIL DESIGN AND TENDER DOCUMENT PREPARATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF RAIL LINE FROM BHANGA TO PAYRA VIA BARISAL...
FEASIBILITY STUDY WITH DETAIL DESIGN AND TENDER DOCUMENT PREPARATION FOR CONSTRUCTION OF RAIL LINE FROM BHANGA TO PAYRA VIA BARISAL
Barisal division is not connected with railway network. Once the Padma Bridge Rail link is implemented an opportunity will come forward to connect Barisal division through the Padma bridge railway link. Barisal would be connected with Dhaka, Khulna, Rajshahi and other important areas of Bangladesh by railway. Moreover, Government has decided to construct first deep seaport of Bangladesh in Payra, Kalapara upazila of Patuakhali district. It is a First Track Project of the government. Railway connectivity of the Payra Port is essential to make the port viable for transporting freight through this port. There is also huge potential for Bangladesh Railway to increase revenue earnings through freight transportation to and from the Payra Port. Hence, expansion of railway network up to Payra Port is essential.
Civil Design: (1) Traffic Survey and Demand Forecast (2) Alignment Design (3) Topographical, Hydrological and Geotechnical Survey and Investigation (4) Embankment and Geotechnical Design (5) Bridges & Culverts Design (6) River Training Works (7) Environment (8) Social and Resettlement Service Railway Operation Design: • Total Length: 214.91 km (Bhanga to Payra Port Yard 191.11 km, Payra to Kuakata 24.80 km) • 19 stations and 1 depot • Train operation plan including operation diagram plan Track Design: • Total Track Length: 376.474 km • 1 Depot and 2 passenger car services • Turnout: 325 Nos. • Tack Type Ballasted Track Stations and Building Design: • Station: 19 Nos. • Depot: 1 Depot at Payra Port station and 2 passenger car services at Barisal station and Kuakata station • Architectural, structural, electrical, mechanical and plumbing design for station buildings, substation buildings, residences for rail operation officers, dormitories for staffs, foot over bridges, platform & platform sheds, office buildings, workshops, warehouses, sheds etc. • Design of multi-purpose stations including commercial development Signalling and Telecommunication Design: (1) Signalling Design (2) Telecommunication Design Maintenance Facilities for Rolling Stock Design: Economic and Financial Assessment: Public–Private Partnership Project Analysis: Cost Estimates, Bidding Documents and Procurement Assistance: