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SPAIN: Infrastructure manager ADIF is to call tenders for the first installation of ETCS Level 2 signalling on the Barcelona suburban network, covering the 56 km between L’Hospitalet de Llobregat and Mataró.
A total budget of €92∙9m has been set for the contract, of which €56∙8m would cover the design and installation over 21 months of electronic interlockings, train protection and energy supply systems as well as fixed and mobile telecommunications including GSM-R. Maintenance over 20 years is expected to cost a further €36∙1m.
Separately, ADIF is tendering a contract worth up to €10∙4m to replace CTC hardware and software at its Barcelona control centre, where problems with the servers caused serious disruption to rail traffic on May 21
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