The Bobadela Logistics Complex (Bobadela Terminal) is located in the municipality of Loures and is limited to the East by the distribution road (former National Road, in this area parallel to the IC2), to the South by the Central Park, to the West by the railway (North line and associated beam of lines) and to the North by Valorsul lands.
The Bobadela Terminal occupies a total area around 28 hectares and is currently one of the country's main road-railway terminals and the most important second-line terminal, or dry port, for the port of Lisbon.
The connection to the national rail network is via the North Line, more specifically to the Lisbon – Santa Apolónia – Entroncamento section and the terminal belongs to the Atlântico Corridor, former Merchandise Corridor no. 4 as a whole, it has the capacity to carry out more than 300 thousand container movements/year.
Connection to the national rail network is via the North Line, more specifically the Lisbon - Santa Apolónia - Entroncamento section, and the terminal belongs to the Atlantic Corridor, formerly Freight Corridor no. 4. According to Infraestruturas de Portugal, S.A. data, the complex has the capacity to handle more than 300 thousand container movements per year.
The design of the terminal adaptation included:
The project also considers the construction of 3 buildings, including architecture and all engineering and infrastructure specialties:
The railway, the project includes the extension of some existing lines and the creation of a new top line, as follows:
Preliminary study/layout, design and technical assistance.