Execution of the infrastructure, track superstructure and electrification of a stretch for double track that runs mostly through urban zones. With a length of 4.3 km and slopes of up to 12.5%, it is the first modern tramway system in Latin America.
The tramway platform is made up of a granular base on which two concrete slabs 45 cm thick are placed, with a central RG28 rail on top for guiding the TRANSLOR tramway system.
The project also includes the construction of:
- 3 Stations
- 6 Stops
- 1 workshop and depot building
- Execution in the Quebrada de Santa Elena, with steep slopes transversal to the platform, with a foundation of 10,000 m of deep piles between 1.20 and 2.00 m in diameter
- 4 track devices (crossovers) and 1 turnout to the entrance of the workshop and depot building
- Service networks for sewers, longitudinal and cross drainage, public lighting, electricity, gas, telecommunications, etc.