The commissioning of Metro de Quito’s first subway line is fast approaching. Ineco has supervised the construction of the 18 new trains built by Spanish company CAF, that in just a few short months will be providing service to the most ambitious and significant infrastructure project in the history of the city and will be helping to create a “place to be better citizens”.
The head of the GAP network outlines the challenges of keeping airport infrastructure up-to-date, the key to achieving economic efficiency and passenger service quality.
Ineco has updated the Master Development Plans for the period 2020-2034 for 12 airports belonging to the Pacific Airport Group (GAP), which is partly owned by Aena Internacional. Against a background of strong growth in the Mexican aviation market, these plans will allow airports, including Guadalajara, sufficient capacity to meet increased demand.
Empresa de los Ferrocarriles del Estado de Chile (EFE), Chile’s national rail operator, has commissioned Ineco to carry out an analysis of the impact on …