It is something more than a mere connection between Italy and France; it is the missing link in the intersection of two large axes of communication uniting Europe from North to South and from East to West.
El Teniente is the world’s biggest underground copper mine, located 80km south of Santiago, in Chile. El Teniente New Mine Level project will extend its production life by 50 years.
The modernization of the existing line fails to meet the future needs of freight traffic and to maximize its shift from road to rail.
ACCIONA has been named as the preferred bidder to construct Norway’s €1 billion high-speed railway project. The Norwegian National Rail Administration wants the Spanish construction company to build twin tunnels […]
Warsaw’s second metro line was inaugurated with free travel for passengers. The 6.5 km long central section connects the West to East of Warsaw, from Dworzec Wileński to Rondo Daszyńskiego station.
In addition to the tunnel, primary components of the overall project include construction of six deep shafts, four tangential inlet drop structures, three de-aeration chambers, screening structure, pump station and river outfall structure.
Instead of two separate tunnels, one tunnel will be built for both metro and dual highway crossings.
A first significant success for WTC2015, which is preparing to open its doors in about three months, consists of 667 submitted abstracts grouped into the following main topics: Planning and […]
The controversial high-speed train line between Lyon and Turin is to be examined by the European Anti-Fraud Office, OLAF, amid huge cost overruns and allegations of mafia links in Italy. The […]