King Abdullah Economic City (KAEC) has signed a contract to develop the initial phase of a road that will connect the Haramain inner-city railway station with the Business Park at Bay La Sun district and KAEC residential communities.
Kuwait plans to establish public - private partnership (PPP) projects worth KD8 billion ($28.17 billion) under the new five-year development plan announced recently.
The Kuwait Development Plan (KDP) for 2015-2020 will also focus
The testing of the first line of the high-speed Haramain railway system in Saudi Arabia is set to start in six months, said a report.
It will take place on the line between Madinah and King Abdullah Economic Ci
Oman's national railway is likely to be powered by diesel engines, instead of an electric traction as proposed earlier, a report said.
The railway lines could be later converted into electric lines, added the report in the Tim
Saudi Arabia’s Shoura Council has urged the National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) to investigate the delay in the completion of the Haramain Railway project, which was scheduled for completion by 2012, said a report.
Thales, a global technology leader in the aerospace, transportation and defence & security markets, has partnered with the Egyptian Ministry of Transport to set up a rail transport academy.
This deal will support the de
Oman has signed a RO13.6 million ($35.3 million) deal with Italferr, the Italian state railways engineering firm, for consultancy services on the initial design of its multi-billion dollar railway project, its state news agency ONA said.
Saudi Arabia is set to invest $79 billion in key rail projects over the next 10 years as part of its nationwide transportation infrastructure expansion program which will feature one of the world’s most sophisticated rail and metro network
India's Tata Steel has won an order to manufacture 60,000 tonnes of high-quality rail for a new high-speed line linking the two holy cities of Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia.
The new railway will allow
The value of rail contracts awarded throughout the Middle East and North Africa reached $434 million in the first quarter of 2013, roughly 17 per cent of the total $2.55 billion awarded in the transport sector overall.
The value i