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Russia Takes Lead in Terms of Road & Rail Construction Projects in Europe, Informs Timetric in Its New Report Recently Added at MarketPublishers.com

31 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Nowadays, there are numerous active road and railway construction projects in Europe, which are at different stages of development. All these projects fall into 4 major categories: roads, railways, tunnels & bridges, and trams & metros.

The average value of road and rail construction projects stands at approximately USD 1.6 billion.

Railway projects account for the dominant share of the overall value of Europe’s road and rail construction projects.

At present, Russia takes lead with the country’s project pipeline value estimated at nearly USD 343.9 billion.

The UK project pipeline value stands at around USD 274.4 billion. It includes high-value railway projects. The most noteworthy ones comprise the High-Speed 2 (HS2) project and the Crossrail projects, which will link east to west and north to south across London.

Meantime, in Germany investments in transport infrastructure are relatively low (around USD 67.1 billion).

New topical report “Project Insight – Road and Rail Construction Projects in Europe” prepared by Timetric highlights underway rail and road construction projects in Europe, uncovers data on their volume and also reviews the top companies engaged. This topical study provides a comprehensive analysis of the key drivers of activity, highlights top trends and gives access to valuable forecasts. It contains all the important data on different types of underway road and rail construction projects in Europe with details on value, location, stage and start date, etc.

Many other topical research studies prepared by this publisher are provided in the Timetric’s catalogue available at MarketPublishers.com.


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