Preferred bidders selected for multibillion Railway transit PPP project in Canada

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Preferred bidders selected for multibillion Railway transit PPP project in Canada

Metrolinx and the Toronto Transit Commission have selected preferred proponent teams to deliver Ontario Line South Civil, Stations and Tunnel and Ontario Line Rolling Stock, Systems, Operations and Maintenance (RSSOM) in Toronto, Canada. 

The selected teams for the projects are as follows:

1. Ontario Line South contract – Preferred Proponent team: Ontario Transit Group

  • Applicant Lead: Ferrovial Construction Canada Inc., VINCI Construction Grands Projets;
  • Design Team: AECOM Canada Ltd., COWI North America Ltd., GHD Limited, SENER Group;
  • Construction Team: Ferrovial Construction Canada Inc., Janin Atlas Inc;
  • Financial Advisor: Agentis Capital.

2. Ontario Line RSSOM contract – Preferred Proponent team: Connect 6ix

  • Applicant Lead: Plenary Americas, Hitachi Rail, Webuild Group (Salini Impreglio Canada Holding Inc.), Transdev Canada Inc;
  • Design Team: Hitachi Rail, IBI Group Professional Services (Canada) Inc;
  • Construction Team: Hitachi Rail, Webuild Group (Astaldi Canada Design & Construction Inc. and Salini Impreglio Civil Works Inc.), NGE Contracting Inc;
  • Operations, Maintenance and Rehabilitation Team: Hitachi Rail, Transdev Canada Inc;
  • Financial Advisors: National Bank Financial Inc., Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation.

Ontario Transit Group will be responsible for the design, build and finance of a fast stand-alone mass transit line 6.7 km long, which will require the construction of 6 km of tunnels. The project will link the Ontario Exhibition Place station in downtown Toronto to the Ontario Science Centre station. It also consists construction of seven stations along the route out of which six of them will be underground.

The Plenary’s Connect 6ix consortium will deliver a 15.6 km long standalone rapid transit line with more than 40 connections to existing transit options along the route.


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