Municipal development fund of Georgia / ADB Asian Development Bank
€ 26 million
2013 - 2013
The Tbilisi Metro – Extension of Line 2 is one of the most important projects aimed at improving the urban mobility in the Georgian capital city. The Tbilisi Metro is a rapid transit Metro system. Opened in 1966, it became the fourth Metro system in the former Soviet Union. Like most ex-Soviet Metros, the majority of metro stations are very deep and vividly decorated. As of today, the metro system of the city consists of two lines for a total length of 26.4km and 22 stations.
The construction of the Suburban Line extension, from Delisi station to the University station, started in 1985, but it was interrupted several times due to economic and financial difficulties occurred since the breakup of Georgia from the Soviet Union. In the 2000, Vazha Pshavela Station was opened and operated on single track using one of the twin tunnel tubes between Delisi and Vazha Pshavela. The tunnels between Vazha Pshavela and University stations were bored up with access shaft and ticket room but the permanent civil works were not finalized, even if almost 80% of work was already done. The project can be divided into two main assignments:
Independent check/review of the Detailed Design of the Extension of Line 2 of Tbilisi Metro and creation of University Station.
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