The Contract comprises the operation and maintenance of the complete system of the Copenhagen Metro, M1+M2.
The Copenhagen Metro, M1+M2, is a driverless metro system. It has two lines running from suburban Vanløse to Vestamager (M1) and Lufthavnen (M2). The lines share common tracks between Vanløse and a bifurcation after Christianshavn.
The sections from Nørreport to Vestamager and Nørreport to Lergravsparken opened in 2002. The section from Vanløse to Nørreport opened in 2003 and the final section from Lergravsparken to Lufthavnen opened in 2007. The lines cover 21 km. 10 km in tunnels and 11 km on elevated tracks and embankment. There are 22 stations of which 9 are situated underground.
The Copenhagen Metro runs 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
The number of passengers in 2015 was 57 mio. The number of passengers is expected to increase when Cityringen, a new underground circle metro line in Copenhagen opens.
The Contract comprises a mobilisation period of maximum 10 months covering the period from the signing of the Contract to the start of the operation period, 1st January 2019, an operation period of 5 years and 7 months (67 months) combined with an optional extension of the operation period of maximum 5 years (60 months), cf. part II.2.11, below.
In the operation period the O&M Provider shall handle all operation and maintenance of the complete metro system of the Copenhagen Metro, M1+M2. This includes all usual and necessary services for operating and maintaining a complete metro system. At start of the operation period the metro system has been operating for approximately 16 years.
Metroselskabet hands over all assets included in the metro system and the right of use of the assets to the O&M Provider at the beginning of the operation period. However, the assets are and remain the property of Metroselskabet.
The assets include all that Metroselskabet hands over to the O&M Provider related to the execution of the Contract, below here but not limited to:
— Tunnels and structures, hereunder stations (the full station box, which also includes technical rooms, bicycle parking areas, stairs) transfer areas/tunnels, shafts, bridges and embankments
— Railway infrastructure including Power supply, Traction Power, Permanent Way, ATC-system, Platform screen doors, Automatic platform gates, Passenger security and information systems, SCADA, Access control systems and Intrusion detection systems, Radio communication systems and Transmission systems, Passenger counting system, Rejsekort system and Ticketing system
— Electrical and mechanical installations and equipment in tunnels, structures, stations, transfer areas/tunnels, shafts and CMC
— Passenger Vehicles and Service Vehicles.
— Control and Maintenance Center incl. outdoor areas.
— Documentation, Manuals, Procedures.
— IT systems and programmes.
— Management systems.
— Movables (løsøre).
— Spare parts.