Sydney Urban Rail Transit Project

Created on: 15 Aug 2017 Last updated: 01 Sep 2017
Project Location
East Asia and the Pacific
Primary Industry

Project Description

Name of the project unit: Beijing Infrastructure Investment Co., Ltd

Background: Beijing Infrastructure Investment Co., Ltd. is a state-owned sole proprietorship funded by the Beijing State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, which undertakes the investment and financing and management of infrastructure transportation, rail transportation equipment manufacturing and information technology services, and land and property Development and management of related resources and service functions. As of the end of 2016, Beijing Investment under the jurisdiction of wholly-owned and holding enterprises 55 (including a domestic listed overseas companies), total assets of 431 billion yuan, net assets of 158.3 billion yuan, registered capital of 90.9 billion yuan, becoming the largest state-owned assets in Beijing Enterprises, rail transit operations to reach the total mileage of 574 km, built the total passenger volume ranked first in the world of large urban rail transit network. Since the establishment in November 2003, under the leadership of the Municipal Party Committee, the Municipal Government and the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission, with the support of the relevant government offices and the community, BII relies on the main investment and investment of rail transit and other infrastructure projects, And gradually established a "one body-two wings, two-wheel drive" strategic development pattern. Among them, the successful operation of the PPP , BT and other market financing projects, self-created Beijing Rail Transit Command Center project, rail transit depot and station development projects and other comprehensive development projects Access to national and municipal awards. In the protection of the capital city operation at the same time, actively implement the rail transit "planning and design, investment and financing, construction, equipment manufacturing, operation and management" and other five in one "go global" strategy, through PPP and other forms of domestic and foreign rail transit project construction, Successful implementation of Urumqi Rail Transit Line 2 Phase I PPP project.

Investment: PPP

Project Location: Sydney, Australia

Program Source: Own funds

Project Description and Description:

In December 2016, the Australian NSW government announced a new Sydney Metro West program that would ease the crowds of passengers on the Sydney West Line. The line is expected to start in the next five years, about ten years to start operations. The Sydney Metro Line is expected to cost $10 billion. The government will invest some of the $ 16 billion from the sale of AUSgrid from NSW to invest in the project and the other will be financed by private investment.There are 7 new metro stations and 11 upgraded stations in Sydney southwest, Convenient interchanges with other forms of transport including Sydney Trains, NSW Trains, light rail, buses and ferries, Service commencement in 2024, 10-15 years of Operations & Maintenance,Ultimate capacity for a metro train every two minutes.

Requirements for practicing bodies: business registration

Demand for partners: Hong Kong rail transit business

Valid period: 30 years

Please contact (8610)65541880 for detailed information.

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