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Old August 11th, 2009, 11:55 PM   #101
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Automotive railway btw Constantine & Skikda [East Algeria].





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Old August 12th, 2009, 12:00 AM   #102
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New railway line Mecheria-Bechar (360 km) [Central West Algeria].




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Old August 13th, 2009, 01:28 PM   #103
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what are these machines used here?
what is their name
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Old August 24th, 2009, 03:51 AM   #104
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Algiers electrifying RER Railway.



RER sub-urban Train.



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Old August 26th, 2009, 03:37 PM   #106
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TGV (High speed train) across the country from East to West in menu of investment Algerian government.



The strategy of development and modernization of industry and transport infrastructure seems to be confirmed in view of recent announcements in this area.

The authorities have decided to build a TGV line of 1200 km which crosses the country from east to west, from the Tunisian border to the Moroccan border.

The train, which will increase by 25 wilaya (department) of the Hauts-Plateaux - area between the coastline and the Sahara - to reach an operating speed of 350 km / h.

The National Agency of Studies and monitoring the implementation of railway investment (ANESRIF) has launched this August 25, 2009, an invitation to tender National and international small to study this line.

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Old August 28th, 2009, 01:50 PM   #107
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Railway btw Tlemcen & Ghazaouet | North west

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Old September 1st, 2009, 05:56 PM   #108
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L'électrification de la voie ferrée Sénia-Arzew confiée à un groupement algéro-allemand

Le groupement algéro-allemand constitué de Siemens, Estel Rail et Infratel a obtenu le contrat d'électrification et la ligne ferroviaire Sénia-Arzew dans la wilaya d'Oran pour 3,4 milliards de dinars (34 millions d'euros), a annoncé samedi l'Agence nationale d'Etudes et de suivi de la réalisation des investissements ferroviaires (Anesrif). Le contrat porte sur les études d'exécution, la fourniture, le montage et la mise en service des équipements de signalisation, de télécommunications et énergie de cette ligne.

Le groupement algéro-allemand était en concurrence avec cinq autres groupements étrangers et dont les offres n'ont pas été retenues par l'Anesrif. La ligne ferroviaire Sénia-Arzew est un vieux projet qui a connu plusieurs années de retard. La réalisation de cette liaison ferroviaire destinée à relier le pôle industriel d'Arzew à Oran a été relancée au début des années 2000, dans le cadre des plans de relance économique du président Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

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Old September 1st, 2009, 05:57 PM   #109
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Transports : lancement d'un projet de train entre Tipaza et Boumedfâa

La modernisation des chemins de fer se poursuit, avec le lancement des études de réalisation de plusieurs liaisons ferroviaires. L'Agence nationale d'études et de suivi de la réalisation des investissements ferroviaires (Anesrif) a lancé, en fin de semaine, un appel d'offres pour le recrutement de sociétés spécialisées pour la conception d'une ligne ferroviaire électrifiée entre Tipaza et Boumedfâa sur 40 km pour une vitesse d'exploitation de 220 km/h. Cette nouvelle ligne reliera la ville côtière de Tipaza aux Hauts-plateaux via Boumedfaâ.

L'Anserif a lancé depuis 2009 des études pour de nombreuses nouvelles lignes ferroviaires électrifiées entre les villes des Hauts-plateaux. Des projets qui devraient permettre de contribuer au développement rapide de cette région et de réduire la pression démographique sur les wilayas du littoral.

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Do any intermodal trains run in Algeria?
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Do any intermodal trains run in Algeria?
There is only transport for oil & gas which is made by train for the moment. The rest (containers, marchandise) is made by road.
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There is only transport for oil & gas which is made by train for the moment. The rest (containers, marchandise) is made by road.
Is there any particular reason for that?
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Old September 3rd, 2009, 01:39 AM   #114
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Is there any particular reason for that?
I really don't know. Algerian authorities had not thought to develop railway in the past. Then, the development of the road was made to the detriment of the railway.
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Old September 9th, 2009, 09:48 PM   #115
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New DMU ZZ 22 07 waits to
depart with recently-introduced train B13, 14:15 Alger – Bejaia.



040 DJ 02 in revised livery stands at El Affroun with train 1038 12:50 to Alger.



DMU ZZ 22 16 stands at Jijel having arrived with train 1456 14:55 ex Constantine.



Former SNCB/NMBS locos 5101 and 5146 in Seco Rail livery stabled at Bejaia.



060 DS 09 shunts train B206/7 the 08:00 from Oran beneath Tlemcen’s elegant station roof.



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Old September 14th, 2009, 04:28 PM   #116
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Two new, good, nice and modern trains ! Are there any other models of trains running in algeria ? which were used before the aquisition of these new models ?

And what about rail stations ?... they pretty sucks
I hope SNTF-algeria will work on it.
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Old September 24th, 2009, 08:13 PM   #117
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SNTF targets 86 percent locomotive availability in 2014

ALGIERS- National Rail Transport Company SNTF has launched a restricted national and international invitation to tender for its locomotive fleet maintenance management with the objective of reaching an 86 percent locomotive availability in 2014. "This invitation to tender is intended to get SNTF the expertise of a specialized operator in order to raise the level of availability of its locomotive fleet," SNTF said Wednesday in a release.

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Old October 6th, 2009, 07:51 PM   #118
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Algiers suburban railway

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Old October 10th, 2009, 08:35 PM   #119
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16 major rail projects currently under construction

ALGIERS- Sixteen (16) major rail projects are currently constructed across the national territory, the General Director of National Agency for Studies and Follow-up of Railway Facilities Construction (ANESRIF) Abderrahmane Belkadi told APS Saturday. These projects, which have reached varying stages of progress, cover the achievement of lines Annaba-Ramdane Djamel, Bouchegouf- Souk Ahras, Setif- El Gourzi, Bordj Bou Arreridj – Thenia, and Thenia-Tizi-Ouzou in addition to twelve (12) other projects are under study, the same official said.

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Electrifying rail

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