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Old June 26th, 2017, 06:25 AM   #121
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Old June 26th, 2017, 10:45 PM   #122
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passanger train CAF diesel trains for regional services. The unit consists of three cars: Two motor cars at the ends of the consist and an intermediate trailer car.

Stadler FLIRT (Fast Light Innovative Regional Train; German: Flinker Leichter Innovativer Regional Triebzug) is a diesel or electric multiple unit railcar made by Stadler Rail of Switzerland. The articulated trainset comes in units of two to six cars with two to six motorized axles. The maximum speed is 200 km/h (120 mph). Standard floor height is 57 cm (22.4 in), but 78 cm (30.7 in) high floors are also available for platform heights of 76 cm (29.9 in).

The FLIRT train was originally developed for the Swiss Federal Railways and was first delivered in 2004. The trains quickly became a success and were ordered by operators[2] in Algeria, Azerbaijan, Belarus, the Czech Republic,[3] Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Sweden, Switzerland, the United States and, most recently, the United Kingdom. As of 22 April 2015, 1,094 units have been sold

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The Algiers Metro (Arabic: مترو الجزائر العاصمة‎‎, French: Métro d'Alger), serving Algiers, the capital of Algeria, is a transport project dating from the 1970s that was designed to address the need for mass transport caused by the city's growth. Formally launched in the 1980s, the project slowed down due to financial difficulties and security issues in the 1990s. The project recommenced in 2003. Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika attended the Metro's 31 October ribbon-cutting opening ceremony.[1][2] The Algiers Metro then opened to passengers on the following day, 1 November 2011,[2] making Algiers only the second capital city in Africa (after Cairo) to have a metro system.[5]

The first phase of Line 1, "Haï el Badr"–"Tafourah-Central Post Office", which spanned 9.2 kilometres (5.7 mi) and 10 stations, opened for public service on 1 November 2011.[1] A 4-kilometre (2.5 mi) extension from "Haï el Badr" to "El Harrach Centre" opened for commercial service on 4 July 2015 after test runs in June.
Extensions[edit]
Invitations to tender were launched for the construction of a 4 km section between Bachdjarrah and El Harrach composed of 4 stations and one viaduct of 250 m above the access road to the Ouchaïah Wadi motorway. It is opened for public service on 4 July 2015.[6][7]

The Gaama group which carried out the first section quoted 250 million euros including the construction of a multimodal station (subway/train/taxis) at the El Harrach railway station.
Two other extensions to Line 1 are now under construction, with an planned public opening in 2017

a branch line from Haï El Badr to Aïn Naâdja".
a extension north from Tafourah Grande Poste to Place des Martyrs
Construction of Line 2 has also begun
From El Harrach to Airport (Extension B1)

Extension B1 El Harrach - Airport
On November 3, 2011, the Métro company in Algiers issued a national and international call for tenders for the selection of consulting firms for the preliminary studies of the extensions of line 1 A1, B1 and C161 , 62.

On 7 June 2012, the contracts for carrying out studies for these three extensions were awarded for a period of 24 months63. For the El Harrach Center - Bab Ezzouar section (8 km), it was Dahwa-Busan (South Korea) who won it for DZD 486 million.

In April 2013, the construction of this section of (9 km) and 9 stations was awarded to Cosider by private negotiation for a period of 60 months. On July 13, 2014, the Algerian-Hispano-South Korean group, Saeti / DongMyeong / Eurostudios, was entrusted with the task of monitoring and monitoring the construction of the civil engineering works on the line and stations, amounting to 1.961 billion euros dinars64.

The work began in 2015, the Cosider group will use for the first time TBM tunnel boring machines for this segment65.

From Ain Naadja to Baraki (Extension C1)

Station Mohamed Boudiaf, extension C1
Studies of the line Ain Naadja towards Baraki were awarded in 2012 to the Algerian-Spanish group Sidem / Idom for 446 million dinars and the realization in 2013 to Cosider at the same time as extension B1. The control and monitoring of realization will be carried out by the Korean grouping Dohwa Eng and Yooshin eng for 1 101 million dinars66.

The construction of the first station, Mohamed Boudiaf, was launched in 2015.
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Tramways | Light-Rail Systems in Algeria
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