By 2023, Denmark will become one of the first European countries to have a full, and completely renovated, railway signalling network. Spanish public engineering company Ineco and the Cedex research centre have been collaborating with the Banedanmark railway infrastructure manager since early 2017 on the F-Bane project to upgrade the signalling on the Danish railway network.
This coming 20th April will see the 25th anniversary of the opening of the first high-speed line in Spain, the Madrid-Seville AVE. The date is a landmark in railway history, as it is the day a new system was implemented with advanced technology which enabled new standards of comfort, quality, journey times and safety to be reached that had until then been unthinkable.
Member States seek methods to make progress in putting the Atlantic and Mediterranean corridors in place. Two large routes for transporting passengers and goods, linking the main ports and urban nodes of southwest Europe with the large industrial centres on the continent.
Implementation of the standard gauge continues on the Mediterranean Corridor. Ineco (in the image, a part of the team) currently provides construction management services and …
The new railway line that connects A Coruña to Santiago and Vigo has set a record for regional rail lines in Spain by exceeding three million passengers over the past year. From the beginning, Ineco has worked on this infrastructure which has breathed new life into rail transport in Galicia.