Made in China realizes the subway dream of citizens in Bogota, Colombia
- The project has become the main line of public transportation in Bogota and the main artery of passenger flow
- The Bogota Metro Line 1 project is the first time that China Harbor has realized the integration of industry, investment, operation and other chains in rail projects
The Bogota Metro Line 1 project in Colombia has a total length of 23.96 kilometers and a total contract value of 5.016 billion US dollars. It is by far the largest rail transit project in Latin America obtained by a Chinese company through international bidding. It is also the first rail transit project in Bogota, the capital of Colombia. , which is also the first project in Colombia to issue TPE bonds for financing.
In October 2019, the Colombian Bogota Metro Company announced that the consortium formed by China Harbor and Xi'an Metro successfully won the bid for the Bogota Metro Line 1 project in Colombia. This project is the largest single project in Latin America obtained by Chinese companies through international bidding so far. The rail transit project is also the first rail transit project in Bogotá, the capital of Colombia. As the exclusive vehicle supplier, CRRC Changchun provided 30 sets of the highest-level self-driving subway vehicles for the Bogota Metro Line 1 project. CRRC Changke will participate in the project as a train supplier.
The model car officially arrived at the port of Barranquilla, Colombia
The first 1:1 model car of the Bogota Metro Line 1 project in Colombia is the first urban rail vehicle with the highest level of automatic driving function exported from China. It is equipped with the latest functions such as obstacle detection and broken rail detection to realize vehicle start-up and operation. , back to the warehouse and other full-scenario automation.
The backwardness of infrastructure is a major "soft underbelly" that plagues Latin American countries. In recent years, the economic development of Latin America requires the strengthening of energy and other infrastructure construction. However, due to insufficient funds, technology and construction capacity, many Latin American countries are unable to meet their infrastructure needs. Through cooperation with China, these problems will be "solved." . According to statistics, from 2005 to 2020, China has put into use or under construction a total of 138 infrastructure projects in Latin America, with a total project capital of more than 94 billion US dollars.Editor/Ma Xue
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