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Old February 10th, 2012, 10:52 PM   #261
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Old February 11th, 2012, 12:18 AM   #262
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2.4 million passengers use Algiers metro since its inauguration
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Old March 23rd, 2012, 02:40 PM   #263
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Old March 24th, 2012, 05:56 AM   #264
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Who built the rolling stocks?

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Old March 24th, 2012, 06:07 PM   #265
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Rolling stocks are built by CAF, Spain.

He's open from 5 am to 11:00 p.m.
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Old April 13th, 2012, 01:24 AM   #266
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Old April 18th, 2012, 10:27 PM   #268
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The tiles on the walls and arches, plus the design of the line-scheme looks very similar to the Paris metro...
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The tiles on the walls and arches, plus the design of the line-scheme looks very similar to the Paris metro...
True! But much cleaner than in Paris (IMO)
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Old April 18th, 2012, 10:47 PM   #270
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Haha! You are soooo right! Paris stinks t some spots so much! Plus i saw rats onthe tracks. But that's no wonswe, some ppl are throwing rubish on the platforms there!
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Old April 19th, 2012, 05:04 PM   #271
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The tiles on the walls and arches, plus the design of the line-scheme looks very similar to the Paris metro...

Yeah, because the design was made by a French company (VINCI).
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Old June 2nd, 2012, 02:32 PM   #272
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Old June 22nd, 2012, 09:54 PM   #274
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So at least after many years of construction halt, Algiers metro has opened in 2011 & tram reintroduced also in the same year.

I never saw anywhere in the world before, atleast last 10 years, where tram & metro opened in the same city in the same year. Algiers is really great.
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Algiers’ metro system is opened at last. I’ve some questions (arose after viewing some websites). Please answer one by one –
1) Will line 1 be extended from Tafourah to Oued Koreich, and from Hai El Badar to El Harrach?
2) Will there be a new line 2 from Aïn Allah to Gué de Constantine?
3) Will there be a new line 3 from Hussein Dey to Ain Allah?
4) I heard Platform glass doors that prevent suicidal acts and accidents especially during rush hours and Cargo x- ray machines by the stations entrances will be installed. Has they installed?
5) Left side, right side or both sides, - which type of platforms are in most numbers in Algiers subway network?
6) Which are the highest and deepest stations of Algiers metro?
7) Which is the busiest metro station?
8) Which stations have interchange facility with suburban rail network?
9) Which stations have interchange facility with tram network?
10) Where is/are the depot(s) of the subway network?
11) When the construction of SUBWAY started, were the previous tram tracks (closed in sixties) discovered under the road surface in the time of digging?
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Old September 19th, 2012, 04:43 PM   #276
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Métro d’Alger: L’aménagement de l’extension Haï El Badr-El Harrach dès le mois prochain

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Les travaux d’installation et d’aménagement des équipements du métro d’Alger sur le tronçon Haï El Badr-El Harrach seront lancés en octobre prochain, à l’issue de l’attribution du marché au groupement franco-algérien Colas Rail-KOUGC, a indiqué mardi M. Djamel Bensalhi, le directeur général adjoint de l’Entreprise du métro d’Alger (EMA).

D’un montant de près de 110 millions d’euro, "le contrat avec le groupement Colas rail-KOUGC relatif à l’aménagement, installations et équipements de système du métro sur l’extension Haï El Badr-El Harrach sera conclu prochainement, ce qui va donner le coup d’envoi pour le début des travaux dés le mois d’octobre", a expliqué M. Bensalhi, lors d’une conférence sur les grands projets de transports urbains en Algérie, en marge du Salon national des transports.

Le projet, qui s’étalera sur une durée de 23 mois, porte sur la mise en place des équipements et l’aménagement du système métro sur l’extension de la première ligne du métro d’Alger, qui relie Haï El Badr et El Harrach à travers quatre stations (Bachdjerrah 1, Bachdjerrah 2, El Harrach gare et El Harrach centre).

Les travaux de génie civil sur cette extension, longue de 4 kilomètres, avaient été achevés avril dernier. Les stations de cette ligne seront dotées d’espaces destinés aux activités commerciales et équipées d’ascenseurs pour handicapés, une nouveauté introduite par le métro d’Alger qui n’existe pas dans les stations de la première ligne en service.

Le groupement qui a remporté l’appel d’offre de ce projet se compose du français Colas Rail, leader dans la conception, la construction et la maintenance des installations fixes et des infrastructures de transport guidé en Europe, et l’entreprise privée algérienne KOUGC, spécialisée notamment dans le BTP et génie civil.

Ce groupement avait déjà pris en charge les travaux de renouvellement de la voie ferroviaire de la ligne Béjaïa-Tazmalt.

Après l’achèvement des 23 mois des travaux prévus dans le contrat, qui inclut également les essais techniques, l’extension de la première ligne du métro d’Alger, sera prête à l’exploitation commerciale avant la fin 2014.
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Installation works and development facilities Algiers metro section of the Hai El Badr-El Harrach will be launched in October, after the award of contract to the Franco-Algerian group Colas Rail KOUGC , said Tuesday Mr. Djamel Bensalhi, assistant general manager of the Enterprise Metro d'Alger (EMA).

At a cost of 110 million euros, "the contract with the group Colas rail KOUGC on the organization, equipment and facilities on the subway system extension Hai El Badr-El Harrach will soon be concluded, which will kick-off to start work soon in October, "said Mr. Bensalhi at a major conference on urban transport projects in Algeria, alongside the National Transportation Fair .

The project, which will run over a period of 23 months, focuses on the development of equipment and system development subway extension of the first metro line in Algiers, which connects El Hai El Badr and Harrach through four stations (Bachdjerrah 1 Bachdjerrah 2, El Harrach El Harrach station and center).

The civil works on this extension, 4 km long, had been completed last April. The stations of this line will be equipped with spaces for business and equipped with lifts for the disabled, a novelty introduced by the Algiers metro that does not exist in the first line of stations in operation.

The consortium that won the tender for this project consists of French Colas Rail, leader in the design, construction and maintenance of fixed installations and guided transport infrastructure in Europe, and the private Algerian KOUGC specializing particularly in the construction and civil engineering.

This group had supported the work of renewal of the railway line Béjaïa-Tazmalt.

After completion of 23 months of work under the contract, which also includes technical testing, the extension of the first metro line in Algiers, will be ready for commercial operation by the end of 2014.
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