For the next three years, Ineco and its subsidiary Inecomex, together with Renfe and DB, will be working on the Tren Maya, a passenger and freight railway line that will run through five states and that the federal government wants to promote as a driver of tourism, social inclusion and employment in the southeastern part of the country.
The change in the management model promoted by Banobras has led to significant improvements to this Mexican highway. With a total of 148 kilometres and the highest standards of quality and service, the management data reveal an increase in capacity, enhanced revenue monitoring and a notable improvement in road safety.
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.
Ineco, through its subsidiary Inecomex, in consortium with Cal y Mayor y Asociados, is managing a project to extend Line 12 of the Mexico City Metro, also known as the Golden Line, the newest line in the Mexican capital’s extensive metro network. The new section, with three new stations and 4.6 kilometres of tunnel, will improve connections between the east and west of one of the largest cities in the world.