Avtodor has forwarded a communication to Yugo-Vostochnaya Magistral, LLC, as to the readiness to enter into a concession agreement regarding the fourth start-up complex of the Ring Road within the established time limits
Avtodor State Company has reviewed the bid of Yugo-Vostochnaya Magistral, LLC, being the only participant of the tender for the right to enter into a concession agreement for the construction, maintenance, repair and overhaul of the Central Ring Road, Start-Up Complex No. 4, and forwarded a notice to the above company as to the readiness to conclude the agreement along with a draft concession agreement.
It is to be recalled that on April 15, 2016, Yugo-Vostochnaya Magistral, LLC, submitted a competitive bid for the right to enter into a concession agreement for the construction, maintenance, repair and overhaul of the Central Ring Road, Start-Up Complex No. 4.
The competitive bid contained the following numerical values of the conditions according to the tender criteria:
Capital grant: 49,686,000,000 rubles, inclusive of VAT, at then-years values.
Maintenance charge: 20,721,000,000 rubles, net of VAT, for the entire validity period of the concession agreement at Q1 2014 values..
Investment payment: 58,569,000,000 rubles, net of VAT, for the entire validity period of the concession agreement, at then-years values.
Index limiting value: 1.08.
Due to the fact that the Bidding Commission has received less than two competitive bids in accordance with Part 7 Article 32 of the Federal Law No. 115-FZ "On Concession Agreements", the Bidding Commission decided to submit the sole presented competitive bid to Avtodor State Company, concession provider, for further consideration.
On August 29, 2014, Avtodor State Company undertook a tendering procedure for the right to enter into a concession agreement on the funding, construction and toll-based operation of the Central Ring Road, Start-Up Complex No. 4. In November, 2014, the Bidding Commission received five bid applications: from Yugo-Vostochnaya Magistral, LLC, Bolshoye Koltso Stolitsy, LLC, Invest Finance Plus, LLC, Avtodorozhnaya Stroitelnaya Korporatsiya, LLC, and Koltsevye Magistrali Stolitsy, LLC. All of the above companies were allowed to participate in the tender. In January, 2015, in the conditions of the changed macroeconomic environment, open consultations of the bidders began regarding the third and the fourth start-up complexes of the CRR, with the participation of Avtodor State Company and the Ministry of Transport of Russia. Following the results of the consultations, the Government of the Russian Federation made a resolution on the adjustment of projects implementation conditions, and Avtodor State Company introduced the respective changes in tender documentation, including deadlines for the acceptance of competitive bids within the framework of bidding procedures.
CRR SC 4 will run through the south-east of the Moscow region, from the intersection with the M-7 “Volga” Highway (the zero kilometer of the highway A-113 of the CRR) up to the intersection with M-4 “Don” Highway. The above section of the Ring Road will run through the Noginsky, Pavlovo-Posadsky, Voskresensky, and Ramensky districts, as well as the towns of Elektrostal and Domodedovo.
The projected traffic volume for the year 2030 amounts to 40,300 vehicles per day*. The given section will comply with IA category, which means a highway with the estimated movement speed of 140 kmh. The first stage of the construction suggests the arrangement of four lanes (two in each direction).
During the construction of the section, 17 bridges and wildlife crossings, 40 viaducts and 9 flyovers will be built. The project provides for six interchanges at different levels, at the intersection with the highways M-7 “Volga”, MMK, the Egorievsk Highway, with the "MMK-Chechevilovo-MBK" road, M-5 "Ural" Highway, the "Vostryakovo-Obraztsovo" road (access road to the Domodedovo Airport, M-4 "Don" highway).
* In terms of forward-looking development within the framework of the 2nd stage of construction, the project provides for the increase in the number of the main lanes up to 6 ones, with the carriageway width of each being 2x11,25 m.