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Asia and the Middle East have the largest selection of freight and urban transport projects in the world with more than $642bn worth of planned railway investments, according to a report.
Abu Dhabi plans to build Hyperloop link between Abu Dhabi and Al Ain, cutting travel time to under 10 mins.
Low oil prices and wider economic uncertainty are having an impact on rail infrastructure development across the region, according to Steve Cockerell, industry marketing director, Road and Rail, Bentley Systems.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed a deal to explore the potential for developing a Hyperloop link to neighbouring Abu Dhabi.
Dubai Metro use has increased rapidly since its launch in 2010 and the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) expects to extend the Metro tracks to 110km by 2020 and to 421km by 2030.
Etihad Rail DB has quietly implemented the most advanced signalling system in the world, making it a benchmark for Europe to look toward as the future of rail transport.
The Ministry of Infrastructure Development and Terrapinn have signed an MoU to to jointly hold Middle East Rail, the region's longest running and most successful railways event, for three more consecutive years.
A new ‘ceiling’ of 2021 has been set for the completion of the GCC Rail Network, UAE minister of infrastructure and development Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi told journalists at a press conference Thursday.
Etihad Rail DB, the operators of the Etihad Rail network in the UAE, have deployed one of the world’s most advanced cab-signalling systems, ETCS Level 2 (ETCS L2) and now looking at driverless technology.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid, the Ruler of Dubai and his son the Crown Prince took Twitter by storm in the UAE Monday when they used the London Underground.
Saudi Railway Company (SAR) will now be the owner of infrastructure of railway projects linking the cities of the kingdom, according to a decree issued by the Saudi Arabian cabinet.
Project builders have already completed 429 kilometres of the first stage
At the annual MEED awards Saudi Arabia picked up five awards, followed by the United Arab Emirates and Oman with three apiece, while Bahrain and Qatar scooped two awards each and Kuwait received one
Oman has reportedly decided to delay its rail project connecting the sultanate with the rest of the Gulf countries to meet the schedule of other Gulf countries.
KONE has won an order to supply elevators and escalators for the Qatar Rail project in Doha.