ICEACSA Mexico was awarded the contract for the supervision of the turnkey project for the high-capacity trolleybus corridor in the State of Mexico.
With an investment of close to 400 million dollars, this project will implement an 18 km long electric passenger transport system between the Santa Martha terminal station in Mexico City and the Chalco terminal station in the State of Mexico.
ICEACSA Mexico has been awarded the contract for the supervision of the executive project and the construction of the Chalco – Santa Martha trolleybus in consortium with ORVA Engineering.
Through the construction of this infrastructure, the Government of the State of Mexico, through the State of Mexico Mass Transport and Cable Car System (SITRAMyTEM) of the Ministry of Mobility, will meet the existing demand for travel in the Metropolitan Area of the Valley of Mexico through an efficient, sustainable, safe, agile and quality transport alternative, which will reduce the generalised costs of travel, as well as reducing travel times for users.
This new transport route will run on an elevated viaduct, with a mixed structure, over a length of approximately 6 km. The rest will have a reserved platform with a variable section, up to a maximum of 14 metres. It will have 2 terminal stations and 13 intermediate stations, 3 elevated and 10 at surface level.
With this award ICEACSA Mexico reinforces its experience in supervision, surveillance, monitoring and control of the construction of mass passenger transport infrastructures, as it already has in operation the Transmilenio BRT extension in Bogotá from Calle 22 in Soacha to the El Ático sector.