Posts in category Railways


A tunnel for flying

The tunnel more than three kilometres long to extend Line 2 of Barcelona’s commuter rail suburban train network to terminal T1 of El Prat Airport is now a reality. In December 2018, tunnel boring under the airfield at a depth of 20 metres was completed. Having drafted the project in 2009, Ineco is now managing the works, which include a new intermodal station currently under construction in terminal T2. The company is also drafting the project for the phase two.

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New lines to generate wealth

A feasibility study for a 772-kilometre high-speed line between Mumbai and Nagpur, the first phase of the Mumbai-Kolkata corridor, is the latest project that Ineco and Adif are carrying out for the Indian government. The study is part of the advisory services that Spain is providing to India in relation to its plan to develop an ambitious high-speed rail network (The Diamond Quadrilateral Project).

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Manhattan dream

The historic Farley Building, in the heart of Manhattan, is being transformed into a new railway transfer station called the Moynihan Train Hall, which will relieve the congested Penn Station, the busiest for passenger traffic in all of the US. Ineco is providing operational readiness and transfer (ORAT) services to the engineering firm WSP USA, which is responsible for overall project management for the end client Empire State Development Corporation (ESD).

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What makes the Bergara Junction so complex?

A network of three tunnels consisting of a total of 5 tubes and 22 evacuation galleries excavated in a karst massif, a tunnel mouth over 40 metres high shared by three tunnels in a slope traversed by a geological fault and the presence of a protected species under a viaduct are just a few of the technical, geological and environmental challenges faced by the construction teams of the Bergara railway junction. It is a crucial project that will make it possible to split the high-speed line to connect the centre of the Iberian Peninsula to the three provincial capitals of the Basque Country and to France.

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From Castilla to the Cantabrian Sea

Ineco has drafted the preliminary studies and projects and managed the works for the comprehensive renovation of this 217-kilometre historic line that crosses the Cantabrian Mountains. Built 150 years ago, it is still a vital corridor both for freight –especially vehicles manufactured in Castilla y León– and for rail passengers. The duplication of sections of track between Santander and Torrelavega, which is expected to start in 2019, will complete improvements in speed, safety, passenger comfort and freight capacity.

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