The ongoing renovation of the historic Zaragoza-Teruel-Sagunto line, which forms part of the Cantabrian-Mediterranean Corridor, has resulted in an exponential increase in freight traffic along this section over the last four years. Ineco has been involved in drawing up the plans as well as executing the works to revitalise this strategic link to the European markets.
Artificial vision, event recorders, radio communication systems and the use of alternative and sustainable energies such as solar energy are the latest technological improvements that Adif is incorporating at level crossings so that both rail and road traffic can run safely and efficiently.
Adif, through the Office of the Spanish Government Commissioner for the Mediterranean Corridor and with the support of Ineco, has created an interactive map viewer, which compiles and details all the information on the Corridor, including the latest development along more than 5,000 kilometres.
The company has expanded the services it currently provides for Network Rail Consulting in Australia as a systems integrator. This is a critical role for Sydney’s commuter network to significantly increase its capacity and absorb future demand.
José Luis Ábalos, the Minister of Transport, Mobility and the Urban Agenda, opened Adif’s new Rail Operating Centre (ROC) in León on 10 December. The …