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Investment drive on Costa Rican roads

The Costa Rican Ministry of Public Works and Transport (MOPT) has awarded Ineco the administrative, legal and environmental contract for the Transport Infrastructure Programme and promotion of Public-Private Partnerships (PIV-APP). This will continue until 2025 with improvements to road infrastructure throughout the country, which are essential for improving communications, facilitating economic development and increasing the quality of life of the country’s inhabitants.

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A tunnel under the Thames to relieve London’s congestion

The arrival of the tunnel boring machine in the capital city of London is a crucial step in the construction of this major project beneath the River Thames: 1.4 kilometre twin road tunnels will provide a major relief to congested transport in the east of the city. Ineco is acting as an Independent Certifier, bringing its extensive experience in the supervision of particularly complex tunnels.

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Drones: the good and the bad

The enormous potential and myriad applications of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) are matched by their possible misuse or illegal use. In order to limit security risks, governments and international organisations are working intensively on its regulation, as well as in monitoring and detection systems. This article features experts from Ineco, EUROCONTROL and the Ministry of the Interior who discuss the opportunities and threats posed by drones.

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Passed the test

After four years of testing and commissioning, the Danish rail network now has six operational lines equipped with the ERTMS Level 2 European rail signalling system. Jens Holst Møller, chief engineer of Signalling Systems Integration at Banedanmark, the Danish railway infrastructure manager, explains in this report the details of the process, in which Ineco has been collaborating since 2017.

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How to humanise urban highways

Making roads and highways kinder to their surroundings as they pass through urban centres is a challenge that administrations are beginning to prioritise. The EU’s urban development policies and 2030 Agenda and the Spanish government’s Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan have aligned in order to place an emphasis on actions that enable infrastructure and citizens to coexist in environments that are greener and more human.

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