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Siemens signs Riyadh metro contracts

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Siemens has signed contracts for 74 metro trains, as well as for the complete signal and communications equipment on two lines of the new six-line driverless metro network in Riyadh, the German engineering firm announced Thursday.

HLG awards sleeper contract for Qatar light rail

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The Habtoor Leighton Group (HLG), the civil works contractor building Qatar's Education City light rail line, has awarded Rail.One a contract to supply its ballastless track system for the project.

Tunnelling: Contractors see increase in work

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Rail schemes are the main reason for the surge in regional tunnelling activity, but water and road projects are also keeping firms busy.

Board accepts resignation of Metro official

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Attrition in Delhi Metro has been a worry and the former MD, E Sreedharan, often talked about this. Senior and middle level employees work with the best technology in the world, adding value to their CVs, and move on. DMRC has lost engineers at all levels to DLF Metro, Mumbai Metro and Dubai Metro besides others. In fact, its former director (projects), CBK Rao, had quit to join DLF Metro.

Kahramaa awards QR4bn contracts. Doha Metro Rail project

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Siemens will build 15 high-voltage sub-stations in Sheraton Park, the Ministry of Interior, Bin Mahmoud, Abu Sidra and Grand Hamad area, at a cost of QR700mn. The work is linked to the development of Doha’s Business district, power supply to Doha’s Metro Rail project and the future power requirements of the new international convention centre in West Bay.

GCC countries to spend over $100bn on rail networks

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Governments in the GCC have instigated plans for multi-billion dollar transport and networking projects that will help further the region's clout as a magnet for international logistics and engineering service providers. The countries of the GCC are set to spend over $100bn on setting up modern rail networks connecting all countries of the Arabian Peninsula.