Center East & Africa Upcoming Railway Tasks and Market Report 2020: 143 New and Upcoming Tasks in 26 Nations – Alternatives and Forecast to 2030

Dublin, February 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Upcoming railway projects and market opportunities in the Middle East and Africa 2020” the report was added to from provide.

The report will probably be helpful to organizations within the railway sector: authorities companies, transport authorities, operators, service and expertise suppliers, tools producers and suppliers, EPC contractors, traders / lenders, analysis organizations, trade consultants. trade, regulatory companies, growth establishments, and so forth.

The database gives detailed and up-to-date data on every undertaking together with developer / operator, deliberate opening, price of capital, sources of finance, main contractors, line size, route , stations, connections to different modes of public transport, anticipated ridership and frequency of service, pricing system, rolling inventory, monitor, electrical energy, signaling expertise and phone particular person / group for the undertaking.

This report tracks 143 new and upcoming initiatives in 26 nations.

A number of the highlights of the report are:

  • These initiatives require an funding estimated at greater than 530 billion USD.

  • Virtually 9,100 km of rails are anticipated to be constructed as a part of these initiatives.

  • Greater than 1,630 stations / stops will probably be constructed.

  • The initiatives embrace new strains, new techniques, extensions and modernization initiatives.

  • The report features a PPT (transformed to PDF) and a Microsoft Excel database.

The PPT report gives an evaluation of upcoming initiatives when it comes to:

  • Stage of growth (planning / projected, underneath procurement or underneath building)

  • Mode (tram, tram, monorail, automated folks switch, metro / metro / fast transit, commuter prepare, passenger prepare),

  • Sort of undertaking (new line of an present system, extension of an present line or new system)

  • Prices (initiatives lower than 500 million, between 500 million and 1 billion USD, between 1 billion and a pair of billion USD and greater than 2 billion USD),

  • Deliberate completion (by 2025, between 2025 and 2030 and past 2030)

  • Alignment (raised, underground and at floor degree)

  • Developer (authorities or PPP)

  • It additionally presents an evaluation of the alternatives for the availability of rolling inventory, the deployment of tariff techniques and the set up of signaling and communication.

Major matters lined:

1.1 Overview
1.2 Evaluation of initiatives by kind
1.2.1 Metrorail / metro / fast transit initiatives
1.2.2 Tramway / tramway / tramway initiatives
1.2.3 Monorail / APM initiatives
1.2.4 Airport rail hyperlinks
1.2.5 Commuter prepare / commuter prepare initiatives
1.2.6 Excessive-speed rail initiatives
1.2.7 Interurban / passenger rail initiatives
1.3 Evaluation of initiatives by standing
1.3.1 Proposed / introduced initiatives
1.3.2 Tasks underneath building
1.3.3 Tasks underneath procurement
1.3.4 Improvement initiatives
1.4 Evaluation of the tariff system, rolling inventory and expertise
1.4.1 Evaluation of tariff techniques
1.4.2 Rolling inventory evaluation
1.4.3 Evaluation of Signaling and Communication Know-how
1.5 Evaluation of initiatives by alignment
1.5.1 Elevated railway initiatives
1.5.2 Underground railway initiatives
1.5.3 Railway initiatives at floor degree
1.6 Evaluation of initiatives by anticipated completion time
1.6.1 Tasks to be accomplished by 2020
1.6.2 Tasks to be accomplished between 2020 and 2030
1.6.3 Tasks to be accomplished past 2030
1.7 Evaluation of initiatives by price
1.7.1 Tasks Costing Lower than USD 500 Million
1.7.2 Tasks costing between USD 500 million and USD 1 billion
1.7.3 Tasks costing between 1 and a pair of billion USD
1.7.4 Tasks costing over USD 2 billion
1.8 Evaluation of initiatives by kind of developer
1.8.1 Tasks developed by non-public promoters, PPP
1.8.2 Tasks underneath growth by the federal government
1.8.3 Evaluation of initiatives by kind of financing

2.1 Center East and Africa
2.1.1 Algeria
2.1.2 Bahrain
2.1.3 Cameroon
2.1.4 Côte d’Ivoire and Burkina Faso
2.1.5 Egypt
2.1.6 Ghana
2.1.7 Iran
2.1.8 Iran and Iraq
2.1.9 Iran, Italy
2.1.10 Israel
2.1.11 Kenya
2.1.12 Kuwait
2.1.13 Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman
2.1.14 Mauritius
2.1.15 Morocco
2.1.16 Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia
2.1.17 Nigeria
2.1.18 Qatar
2.1.19 Qatar and Bahrain
2.1.20 Saudi Arabia
2.1.21 Saudi Arabia and Bahrain
2.1.22 Senegal and Mali
2.1.23 South Africa
2.1.24 Tanzania
2.1.25 Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi
2.1.26 Tunisia
2.1.27 United Arab Emirates
2.1.28 Zambia

For extra data on this report, go to

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