On 13 September 2017 at 14:27, Mal Rowemal.rowe@... [TramsDownUnder]
> The price that was evaluated was for the Coalition promise of 75 new E
> class trams - $A 1,069.2M or $14.25M per tram.
> *However, that price was based on not just the trams, but everything
> needed to expand their numbers.*
> "DTF’s assessment allows for supporting infrastructure including upgrade
> of maintenance facilities, stabling and power needed to support the
> operation of the new trams."
The other thing that sometimes gets included (particularly in Budget
figures) in the costings is running costs over the forward estimates (eg 4
But here's another source that might be useful: an Auditor-General's report
Figure A (page x):
*$272 million contract for design and construction of 50 trams. $537.6
million to be spent on project costs and infrastructure. *
This appears to include design costs, but that would make it $5.44m per