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Old August 30th, 2015, 08:26 PM   #321
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Algerian coach refurbishment contract confirmed

ALGERIA: National railway SNTF has confirmed a €75m contract for a consortium of Faiveley Transport and Compin to modernise 202 main line and suburban coaches.

On March 26 consortium leader Faiveley said it had a €45m share of the contract, including the supply of doors as well as heating, ventilation and air-conditioning, passenger information and braking systems.

Compin will be responsible for refitting the coach interiors.

The contract had been provisionally awarded in January 2014, and is scheduled to run for 48 months.

Faiveley Transport has won a separate contract to supply HVAC and power converters for 36 coaches.
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Old August 30th, 2015, 08:29 PM   #322
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Kapsch CarrierCom signs Algerian telecoms agreement

LGERIA: National railway SNTF and Austrian telecoms company Kapsch CarrierCom signed an agreement on April 1 establishing the Rail-Telecom joint venture to supervise and maintain railway telecommunications networks.

This will include Algeria’s GSM-R network and SDH optic fibre backbone, as well as future infrastructure projects. Rail-Telecom will also facilitate knowledge transfer including the training of local staff, and is expected to be a centre of excellence for telecoms in the Maghreb region.

The joint venture is jointly owned by SNTF (51%) and Kapsch CarrierCom (49%). It follows the signing of a memorandum of understanding in July 2013, and multiple deployments over the past nine years covering 3 000 km of the network.

‘The Maghreb region and many parts of the Middle East have developed into an important target market for us in recent years, and will offer enormous potential for our sector in the future too’, said Kapsch CarrierCom CEO Kari Kapsch. ‘The knowledge generated from the joint venture between Kapsch and SNTF will support Algeria’s railway infrastructure project.’
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Old August 30th, 2015, 08:30 PM   #323
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Alstom Transport announced the signing of a €200m contract to supply national railway SNTF with 17 Coradia Polyvalent electro-diesel multiple units

The units are to be deployed on inter-city services linking Alger with destinations including Oran, Annaba, Constantine and Béchar.

The units will have six 350 kW diesel engines to enable through running from 25 kV AC electrified routes onto unelectrified lines, with a maximum speed of 160 km/h in either mode.

The six-car units will be 110 m long, with a capacity of 265 passengers, low floors and compliance with PRM TSI accessibility standards.

They will be similar to the Coradia Polyvalent units operated by France’s SNCF under the Régiolis name, but adapted for local conditions with protection against sand and a ‘highly efficient’ air-conditioning system.

The units are to be assembled at Alstom’s Reichshoffen plant in France, with Saint-Ouen undertaking design work, Le Creusot supplying the bogies, Ornans the traction motors and alternators, Tarbes the drive system and Villeurbanne the on-board electronics and passenger information system.

‘Already adopted by SNCF and the French regions since 2009, Coradia Polyvalent is the ideal choice to meet Algeria's transport needs’, said Gian-Luca Erbacci, Senior Vice-President of Alstom Transport in the Middle East & Africa. ‘Algerian passengers can be sure that they are travelling on trains with the latest technical innovations, combining comfort, performance and protection of the environment
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Old August 30th, 2015, 10:03 PM   #324
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It is a huge error to límit the line max speed between Orán and Algiers to 160 km h. To increase that speed the line must support higher speeds which needs: to close the line with a fence, a electric system supporting 220 km h instead of 160 km h, and also the geometry of the line must support it.
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Old August 31st, 2015, 06:02 PM   #325
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It is a huge error to límit the line max speed between Orán and Algiers to 160 km h. To increase that speed the line must support higher speeds which needs: to close the line with a fence, a electric system supporting 220 km h instead of 160 km h, and also the geometry of the line must support it.
high speed ligne with 350 km/h its on study
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Old August 31st, 2015, 07:05 PM   #326
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That could take forever, or never be done at all, what is really hard to understand is an upgrade of a line as important as Oran Algiers limited to 160 km / H.
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Old September 1st, 2015, 09:50 PM   #327
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BIRTOUTA - ZERALDA | Double Track Electrified Railway Line | 23 Km

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Old September 1st, 2015, 09:53 PM   #328
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EL AFFROUN - KHEMIS MILIANA | Railway line | 56 km

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RELIZANE - TIARET - TISSEMSILT | Railway line | 185 km

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Old September 1st, 2015, 10:00 PM   #330
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OUED TLELAT - AKID ABBES | High Speed Rail | 198 km

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SAÏDA - MOULAY SLISSEN | Railway Line | 120 km

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Old September 29th, 2015, 01:21 AM   #333
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ALGERIAN HSR - Some Updates on OUED TLELAT - AKID ABBES HSR Section.

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Old October 4th, 2015, 05:33 AM   #334
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tender was launched for the construction of a line from In Salah to Tamanrasset and ways joining Laghouat and Touggourt-Hassi Messaoud to Djelfa Laghouat. Projects which should have a favorable response from the people of those regions who find enormous difficulties to move.
In all, Azzedine Fríði adds, "no fewer than 2300 km of railways that are currently in progress. According to him, the state has committed $ 30 billion in this area, of which 97% has already been committed. The Director General of Anesrif cited, among other projects, the railway line that will connect Highlands, about 750 km, and Sidi Bel M'Sila abbots, and will be received in June 2016. There will also be the railway Annaba - Oran, with the aim of linking the eastern border to the West.
He also announced that the line Algiers - Tizi Ouzou will enter service in 2016. The project, he says, has been delayed because of the expropriation problem.
Mr. Fríði stated, moreover, that the central station of Algiers, currently based in the fishery, will be transferred to Kourifa near El Harrach.
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cital Annaba plant, as part of its expansion and diversification of its activities, from 2016 to assemble railcars designed to meet the rail development program in Algeria. These railcars, called '' Coradia Liners' were designed to travel on major European routes as well as to meet the replacement constraints of inter-city rolling stock on the major French lines, do we indicated during the ceremony, stressing that '' Coradia Liner '' comes from a return of more than 30 years experience in high speed trains. Electric or dual-mode (electrical and thermal), this train can travel on all channels in the conventional network at a speed of 200 km / h and can accommodate up to 900 passengers. No less than 17 trains of this type will be assembled in 2017 on behalf of the National Company for Rail Transport (SNTF). - See more at: http://www.lestrepublicain.com/compo....f5FEHuB6.dpuf
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Good to see that there are countries investing so heavily in public transport. Impressive projects, especially in the heat I imagine Algeria has.
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DJELFA - LAGHOUAT | HSR | 110 km Updates.


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La salle des pas perdus à la gare de Laghouat



La voûte au dessus des quais à la gare de Laghouat



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