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MOROCCO | Mobility Projects & Transportation Systems


  • High-Speed Railway Project / TGV Duplex

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High Speed Railway Master Plan in Morocco | 3000 Km | 2010 - 2030


  • Atlantic Line : Tangier to Agadir (via Rabat, Casablanca, Marrakech and Essaouira) | 882 km | 4 hours

  • Maghreb Line : Casablanca to Oujda (via Rabat, Meknes, Fez) | 625 km | 3 hours



 

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Morocco and Alstom Sign a Contract for the Supply of 14 Very-High Speed Trains to Morocco



Under the presidency of his Majesty the King of Morocco Mohammed VI, a contract worth nearly €400 million for the supply of 14 double-deck (Duplex) very high-speed trainsets has been signed in Tangiers on Friday, December 10, 2010 – on the Moroccan side by the Messrs. Karim Ghellab, Morocco's Minister for roads and transport, Mohamed Rabie Khlie, managing director of ONCF, Morocco's national railway company, and on the French side by the Messrs. Patrick Kron, Chairman & CEO of Alstom and Philippe Mellier, President of Alstom (Paris:ALO) Transport. The Duplex trains are scheduled to enter commercial service in December 2015 and will run on the Tangiers-Casablanca route in the northern part of the country

The Morocco Duplex trainsets will be double-deck trains designed for the ONCF and adapted for use in the operating conditions specified by the Moroccan operator along the Tangiers-Casablanca route. The trains will run at 320 km/h and at 25 kV between Tangiers and Kenitra - the first 200 km section of Morocco’s very high-speed network. Between Kenitra and Casablanca, the trainsets will run on the traditional network at speeds of 160 km/h or 220 km/h at 3 kV, depending on the running speeds set by the Moroccan operator in 2015. The very high-speed connection between Tangiers and Casablanca will reduce journey times from 4:45 hours today to 2:10 hours at the opening of the line and will carry up to 10 million passengers per year (currently 4 million).

With capacity for up to 533 passengers, each trainset will be made up of eight cars - two first-class cars, one buffet car and five second-class cars. The trains' interior and exterior design will convey the modern, comfortable and high-quality service that the ONCF provides its passengers, together with the peace of mind. Particular attention is given to accessibility and safety, which the operator offers.

Morocco is the first country in the African continent to acquire this type of highly sophisticated railway transport infrastructure, in compliance with international standards for very high-speed rail travel. The ONCF will thus be joining the list of operators throughout the world which offer very high-speed rail services on a daily basis.

http://www.euronext.com/news/companypressrelease/details_popup/cprDetails-1721-EN.html?docid=936406



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Ansaldo Breda Z2M - Double-Deck Electric Multiple Units, (ONCF) Moroccan Railways

This double-deck commuter train has a top speed of 180 km/h and a capacity of 398 Seats, it can be merged in 2 or 3 units with a max capacity of 1194 seats







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Alstom Prima II Locomotive, (ONCF) Moroccan Railways

This powerful locomotive can reach a top speed of 200 km/h in passenger mode, and a traction power of 6 400 kW in freight mode







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Rabat City Urban Transportation Systems : Light Rail and Bus Rapid Transit







 

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Rabat-Salé Light Rail System













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Rabat-Salé BRT (Low Floor & Articulated Buses)



















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Agadir BRT (Low Floor Buses)








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Casablanca Light Rail Project









 

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Rabat-Salé Light Rail Interior Design















 

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Rabat-Salé Light Rail Front End









 

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Rabat-Salé Light Rail Videos (Test Drives)


 

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The Z2M Double-Deck EMU







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