Total Value of Railway Construction Projects Tracked Globally Stands at USD 5.15 Trln, States Timetric in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
30 Oct 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The total value of the world railway construction projects tracked by Timetric’s CIC stands at USD 5.15 trillion. The projects at the execution stage boast the biggest value of USD 2.05 trillion, followed by the projects with a value of USD 1.34 trillion at the planning stage.
APAC captures the highest share (around USD 2.68 trillion), followed by Europe with projects worth USD 1.13 trillion. While the Americas are the third-biggest region in terms of project value that totals USD 800.9 billion.
The biggest value of projects tracked are high-speed rail lines worth USD 1.80 trillion, with mass rail transit/metros valued at USD 1.43 trillion.
The largest projects presently in execution are the USD 157 billion Moscow-Yekaterinburg high-speed line in Russia and the DoIT – Brisbane to Melbourne high speed rail system valued at USD 152.2 billion.
In-demand research study “Project Insight - Global Railway Construction Projects” drawn up by Timetric provides a granular assessment of 1726 projects tracked by CIC between announced and execution, limelighting the pipelines region- and country-wise by stage, investment type.
The report provides deep insights into the major drivers of activity and detailed forecasts of the railway construction market. It offers an assessment of the key trends and projects based on value for the world market, regions and 10 leading nations enabling clients to target services and products for each project type. It includes a listing of the 50 major projects worldwide by value for the sector showing nations, stage, railway length and type (if known). Furthermore, it provides an analysis of 8 sectors of railway, e.g. high speed.
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