RIA Announced Public Procurement for the Development of Extended Conceptual Design and Detailed Site Development Plan of Cherno More Motorway
The Road Infrastructure Agency has launched a public procurement for the development of an extended conceptualdesign, with the completion of full geological engineering studies and the drawing up of a detailed site development plan - plot planfor the “Cherno more” Motorway. The indicative value of the procurement is BGN 14.4 million excluding VAT.
The purpose of the procurement is to develop at least three variants for “Cherno More Motorway route. It is necessary to explore the possibilities of the construction of connections with the resort towns and complexes through existing roads. The design speed of the motorway is planned to be 120 km/h, with overall dimensions of 27 m, two active and one emergency lane in each direction. The procurement includes engineering and geological and geodetic surveys of the future route, development of design solutions for the construction of large bridge structures, viaducts, overpasses, underpasses, tunnels and road junctions, landscape design, preparation of environmental protection measures and development of detailed site development plan - plot planThe deadline for implementation is 365 calendar days, which includes only the design time, without the time for reviewing the development, organization and holding of the meetings of the Expert Technical and Economic Council of RIA, as well as for carrying out procedures under the EPA.
It is foreseen the alignment of the Cherno More Motorway to start at the future connection with Hemus motorway, in the area of the village of Slanchevo, to cross Varna Lake in its narrowest part near the city of Beloslav, to connect with the existing part of the Cherno More Motorway near the village of Priseltsi and make a connection with the end of Trakia Motorway near Vetren district of Burgas.
The construction of Cherno More Motorway will complete the country's motorway ring, which is one of the long-term strategic goals of the road agency. The connection of the main routes of North and South Bulgaria – Hemus Motorway and Trakia Motorway will improve the access of the international transit traffic to the two largest ports - Varna and Burgas and the tourist flow to the whole Black Sea seaside.
The deadline for the receipt of tenders is 5:30 pm on 28 November 2019