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The Global Railway Industry: Development, Current Market and CAPEX Forecasts to 2020 Product Image

The Global Railway Industry: Development, Current Market and CAPEX Forecasts to 2020

  • ID: 2510088
  • April 2013
  • Region: Global
  • 249 Pages
  • StatPlan Energy Ltd

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alstom
  • Bombardier
  • Hyundai Rotem
  • Kawasaki
  • Mann Ferrostaal
  • Stadler-Rail
  • MORE

After many years in the doldrums, the railways are fighting back. Railways’ modal share of freight is increasing, passenger services continue to develop especially in light rail and high speed rail, and in parts of the world investment is increasing substantially. At the same time, in other parts of the world essential infrastructure is in urgent need of replacement of refurbishment.

This report provides 249 pages and over 200 charts and tables of market commentary and provides capex demand forecasts for Services, Rail Control, Infrastructure and Rolling Stock to 2020. Major markets are examined in detail and essential data on infrastructure and usage (track lengths, passengers and freight) is provided for all countries. Major projects and investments are examined. We also profile major supply companies.

The report is excellent collateral to market and strategy planners in the thousands of companies in the railway infrastructure supply chain, to support planning with robust facts , figures and forecasts for the industry.

Highlights in this year’s report:

- CAPEX forecasts to 2020 for Services, Infrastructure, Rail Control and Rolling Stock
- Forecasts to 2020 of accessible market (open to international competition) and inaccessible market
- Forecasts to 2020 globally and by region
- Breakdown of track lengths by country
- Analysis of passenger pkm by country and trends for major countries
- Analysis of freight tkm by country and trends for major countries
- Reviews of major suppliers
- Focus on High Speed Rail
- Light Rail, Tramways and Metros
- Experts on Global Energy Industries
- Details of operators in major country markets.

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alstom
  • Bombardier
  • Hyundai Rotem
  • Kawasaki
  • Mann Ferrostaal
  • Stadler-Rail
  • MORE

CONTENTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. INFRASTRUCTURE RAILWAY TRACKS
2.1 GLOBAL PICTURE
2.2 REGIONAL ANALYSIS

3. RAIL PASSENGER TRAFFIC
3.1 OVERALL PASSENGER TRENDS – ALL MODES
3.2 RAIL PASSENGERS
3.3 OVERALL FREIGHT TRENDS – ALL MODES
3.4 RAIL FREIGHT
3.5 RAIL PASSENGER TRENDS BY COUNTRY
3.6 COUNTRY RAIL FREIGHT TRENDS
3.7 FREIGHT TRAIN CONFIGURATIONS

4. INTERMODAL TRANSPORT
4.1 SUMMARY
4.2 PASSENGER TRANSPORT
4.3 FREIGHT TRANSPORT

5. ELECTRIC RAILWAYS
5.1 OVERVIEW
5.2 TRACTION SYSTEMS
5.3 VOLTAGES
5.4 THIRD RAIL
5.5 FOURTH RAIL

6. THE FUTURE OF HIGH SPEED RAIL
6.1 EUROPE
6.2 UNITED STATES
6.3 RUSSIA
6.4 ASIA
6.5 MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA

7. OVERVIEW OF NORTH AMERICA
7.1 UNITED STATES
7.1.1 Modal share
7.1.2 Infrastructure
7.1.3 Traffic
7.1.4 Opening and restructuring the rail market
7.1.5 Separation of infrastructure and operation ownership
7.1.6 Electrification
7.1.7 United States freight rail
7.1.8 American passenger rail
7.1.9 High speed rail
7.1.10 Operators
7.1.11 The Future
7.2 CANADA
7.2.1 Infrastructure
7.2.2 Traffic
7.2.3 Separation of infrastructure and operation ownership
7.2.4 Electrification
7.2.5 Canadian freight rail
7.2.6 Canadian passenger rail
7.2.7 High speed rail
7.2.8 Operators
7.2.9 The Future
7.3 MEXICO
7.3.1 Infrastructure
7.3.2 Traffic
7.3.3 Operators
7.3.4 The Future

8. REVIEW OF LATIN AMERICA
8.1 ARGENTINA
8.1.1 Infrastructure
8.1.2 Traffic
8.1.3 Operators
8.1.4 The Future
8.2 BRAZIL
8.2.1 Infrastructure
8.2.2 Electrification
8.2.3 Traffic
8.2.4 Operators
8.2.5 The Future

9. SUMMARY OF INFRASTRUCTURES, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT, THE AMERICAS

10. OVERVIEW OF EUROPEAN RAIL NETWORKS
10.1 THE EUROPEAN REGION
10.1.1 Modal share
10.1.2 Infrastructure
10.1.3 Traffic
10.1.4 Freight traffic
10.1.5 Passenger traffic
10.1.6 High speed rail
10.1.7 Opening the European rail market
10.1.8 Separation of infrastructure and operation ownership
10.1.9 National competition
10.1.10 International competition
10.1.11 Intermodal competition
10.2 FRANCE
10.2.1 Infrastructure
10.2.2 Traffic
10.2.3 Electrification
10.2.4 French freight rail
10.2.5 French passenger rail
10.2.6 High speed rail
10.2.7 Operators
10.3 GERMANY
10.3.1 Infrastructure
10.3.2 Traffic
10.3.3 Electrification
10.3.4 German freight rail
10.3.5 German passenger rail
10.3.6 High Speed rail
10.3.7 Long distance market competition
10.3.8 Light rail
10.3.9 Regional market competition
10.3.10 Operators
10.4 ITALY
10.4.1 Infrastructure
10.4.2 Traffic
10.4.3 Electrification
10.4.4 Italian freight rail
10.4.5 Italian passenger rail
10.4.6 Light rail
10.4.7 High speed rail
10.4.8 Operators
10.5 SPAIN
10.5.1 Infrastructure
10.5.2 Traffic
10.5.3 Electrification
10.5.4 Spanish freight rail
10.5.5 Spanish passenger rail
10.5.6 Light rail
10.5.7 High speed rail
10.5.8 Operators
10.6 UNITED KINGDOM
10.6.1 Infrastructure
10.6.2 Traffic
10.6.3 Electrification
10.6.4 UK freight rail
10.6.5 UK passenger rail
10.6.6 Light rail
10.6.7 High speed rail
10.6.8 London Underground
10.6.9 Operators
10.7 POLAND
10.7.1 Infrastructure
10.7.2 Traffic
10.7.3 Historical perspective
10.7.4 Polish freight rail
10.7.5 Trans-European Corridor
10.7.6 Polish passenger rail
10.7.7 High speed rail
10.7.8 Operators
10.8 THE FUTURE: EUROPE 128

11. SUMMARY OF INFRASTRUCTURES, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT, EUROPE

12. RUSSIA AND CIS
12.1 RUSSIA
12.1.1 Modal share
12.1.2 Infrastructure
12.1.3 Traffic
12.1.4 Opening the rail market
12.1.5 Electrification
12.1.6 Russian freight rail
12.1.7 Russian passenger rail
12.1.8 Commuter traffic
12.1.9 Light rail
12.1.10 Tramways
12.1.11 Metros
12.1.12 Trans-Siberian railway
12.1.13 High speed rail
12.1.14 Operators
12.1.15 The Future
12.2 CIS COUNTRIES, OVERVIEW
12.3 UKRAINE
12.3.1 Infrastructure
12.3.2 Traffic
12.3.3 Electrification
12.3.4 Ukrainian rail services
12.3.5 Light rail
12.3.6 Operators
12.4 KAZAKHSTAN
12.4.1 Infrastructure
12.4.2 Traffic
12.4.3 Electrification
12.4.4 Operators
12.5 AZERBAIJAN

13. SUMMARY OF INFRASTRUCTURES, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT, RUSSIA & CIS

14. OVERVIEW OF ASIA PACIFIC REGION
14.1 CHINA
14.1.1 Development Plan
14.1.2 Modal share
14.1.3 Infrastructure
14.1.4 Networks
14.1.5 Highland Railway
14.1.6 Traffic
14.1.7 Electrification
14.1.8 Chinese freight rail
14.1.9 Chinese passenger rail
14.1.10 High speed rail
14.1.11 Operators
14.1.12 The Future
14.2 JAPAN
14.2.1 Modal share
14.2.2 Infrastructure
14.2.3 Traffic
14.2.4 Safety – The 2011 tsunami and earthquake
14.2.5 Opening the rail market
14.2.6 Separation of infrastructure and operation ownership
14.2.7 Railway categories
14.2.8 Electrification
14.2.9 Japanese freight rail
14.2.10 Japanese passenger rail
14.2.11 High speed rail
14.2.12 Shinkansen models
14.2.13 Operators
14.2.14 The Future
14.3 INDIA
14.3.1 Modal share
14.3.2 Electrification
14.3.3 Infrastructure
14.3.4 Traffic
14.3.5 Indian freight rail
14.3.6 Indian passenger rail
14.3.7 Operator
14.3.8 The Future
14.4 AUSTRALIA
14.4.1 Modal Share
14.4.2 Infrastructure
14.4.3 Traffic
14.4.4 Separation of infrastructure and operation ownership
14.4.5 Electrification
14.4.6 Australian freight rail
14.4.7 Australian passenger rail
14.4.8 High speed rail
14.4.9 Operators
14.4.1 The Future

15. SUMMARY OF INFRASTRUCTURES, PASSENGERS AND FREIGHT, ASIA PACIFIC REGION

16. AFRICA & MIDDLE EAST
16.1 Infrastructure across the region
16.2 Middle East infrastructure
16.3 Middle East Traffic
16.4 Iran
16.5 Other Middle East projects
16.6 Infrastructure – North Africa
16.7 North African Traffic
16.8 Egypt
16.9 Sudan
16.10 Northwest Africa
16.11 Morocco
16.12 Algeria
16.13 Tunisia
16.14 Sub-Saharan Africa
16.14.1 Infrastructure
16.14.2 Traffic

17. MARKET FORECASTS TO 2020
17.1 ROLLING STOCK
17.2 INFRASTRUCTURE
17.3 RAIL CONTROL
17.4 SERVICES
17.5 TOTAL MARKET BY SEGMENT, 2006 - 2016
17.6 THE GLOBAL MARKET 2004 – 2020 (ACCESSIBLE & INACCESSIBE)
17.7 THE ACCESSIBLE MARKET
17.8 MARKET TRENDS BY REGION
17.7 UNITED STATES
17.7.1 Background
17.7.2 Current developments
17.7.3 Manufacturing capability
17.8 EUROPE
17.8.1 Background
17.8.2 Licences and competition
17.8.3 Investment in infrastructure
18.8.4 High speed rail
17.8.5 Regional, commuter and urban services
17.8.6 Light rail
17.8.7 Metro types
17.8.8 Manufacturing capability
17.9 RUSSIA & CIS
17.9.1 The 1,520 space
17.9.2 Russia
17.9.3 Ukraine
17.9.4 Georgia
17.9.5 Kazakhstan
17.9.6 Manufacturing capability
17.10 ASIA
17.10.1 China
17.10.2 Chinese manufacturing capability
17.10.3 Japan
17.10.4 Korea
17.10.5 India
17.11 LATIN AMERICA
17.12 MIDDLE EAST
17.13 AFRICA

18. SUPPLY COMPANIES
18.1 SUMMARY, MAJOR COMPANY TURNOVER
18.2 RAIL SUPPLY COMPANY PROFILES
18.2.1 Bombardier
18.2.2 Alstom
18.2.3 Siemens
18.2.4 Invensys
18.2.5 CSR (China Locomotive & Rolling Stock)
18.2.6 CNR (China CNR Corporation)
18.2.7 Kawasaki
18.2.8 GE Capital, Rail Services
18.2.9 TMH Transmash Holding
18.2.10 CAF (Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles)
18.2.11 Talgo
18.2.12 AnsaldoBreda
18.2.13 Knorr-Bremse
18.2.14 Vossloh
18.2.15 Stadler-Rail
18.2.16 Mann Ferrostaal
18.2.17 Thales
18.2.18 Hyundai Rotem

List of Figures

Figure 1: World railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Figure 2: World railway tracks route length km, by region, 1980-2010
Figure 3: World railway tracks route length km, major countries, 1980-2010
Figure 4: Global rail passenger traffic, pkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 5: Global rail passenger traffic by and region, pkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 6: Global rail passenger traffic by major countries, pkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 7: Global rail freight traffic, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 8: Global rail freight traffic by and region, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 9: Global rail freight traffic by major countries, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 10: Total global passenger passenger/kilometres by region, all modes of transport, 2010
Figure 11: Passenger transport by mode of transport, pkm, 2010
Figure 12: Total global freight tone/kilometres by region, all modes of transport, 2010
Figure 13: Freight traffic by mode of transport, tkm, 2010
Figure 14: The voltage levels of the main railway networks in Europe.
Figure 16; Overhead line for rail traction
Figure 17: High speed railway lines in EUROPE, 2011
Figure 18: Modal share in the United States
Figure 19: United States route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 20: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in United States, 1980-2011
Figure 21: Network of the 7 Class 1 cargo railways
Figure 22: passenger trips by mode, pkm million
Figure 23: Future High Speed Rail Network
Figure 24: Canadian route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 25: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Canada, 1980-2011
Figure 26: Canadian Pacific over the Rockies
Figure 27: Route km, Mexico, 1980 to 2010
Figure 28: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm, Mexico, 1980-2010
Figure 29: Route km, Argentina, 1980 to 2010
Figure 30: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Argentina, 1980-2010
Figure 31: Route km, Brazil,1980 to 2010
Figure 33: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm, Brazil, 1980-2010
Figure 34: Modal shares, Europe
Figure 35: European route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 36: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Europe, 1980-2010
Figure 37: European rail freight traffic by major countries, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 38: European rail passenger traffic by major countries, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Figure 39: High speed rail in the EU as a % of total rail pkm, 2000-2009
Figure 40: Total market shares (expressed as a percentage of traffic in tkm) of rail freight operators other than the main operator at the end of 2010
Figure 41: Total market shares (expressed as a percentage of traffic in pkm) of operators of rail passenger transport services other than the main operator at the end of 2010
Figure 42: French route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 43: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in France, 1980-2011
Figure 44: German route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 45: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Germany, 1980-2011
Figure 46: Italian route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 47: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Italy, 1980-2011
Figure 48: Spanish route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 49: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Spain, 1980-2011
Figure 50: British route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 51: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in the United Kingdom, 1980-2011
Figure 52: Polish route km, 1980 to 2012
Figure 53: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Poland, 1980-2011
Figure 54: Trans-European transport corridors in Poland
Figure 55: Modal share in Russia
Figure 56: Russian route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 57: Main railway trunk railways in Russia
Figure 58: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Russia, 1980-2011
Figure 58: Some of the hardest operating conditions in the world
Figure 59: Ukrainian route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 60: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Ukraine, 1980-2011
Figure 61: Kazakhstan route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 62: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Kazakhstan, 1980-2011
Figure 63: Modal shares, China
Figure 64: Chinese route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 65: The rail networks of China, March 2010
Figure 66: The Lhasa Express – The highest railway in the world
Figure 67: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in China, 1980-2011
Figure 68: Proposed high speed national grid
Figure 69: Trunk routes of the Chinese railway network
Figure 70: Modal share, Japan
Figure 71: Japanese route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 72: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Japan, 1980-2011
Figure 73: Japanese Shinkansen trans
Figure 74: The Japanese rail networks
Figure 75: Indian route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 76: The Indian railway network, 2012
Figure 77: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in India, 1980-2011
Figure 78: Long distance truck train
Figure 79: Modal share, Australia
Figure 80: Australian route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 81: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Australia, 1980-2010
Figure 82: African and Middle East route km, 1980 to 2010
Figure 83: Middle Eastern railway networks route km, 2010
Figure 84: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in the Middle East, 1980-2010
Figure 85: North African railway networks route km, 2010
Figure 86: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in North Africa, 1980-2010
Figure 87: Egyptian railway network
Figure 88: Maghreb (Northwest Africa) railway network
Figure 89: Moroccan railway network
Figure 90: Sub-Saharan railway networks
Figure 91: Sub-Saharan African railway networks route km, 2009
Figure 92: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Sub-Saharan Africa, 1980-2010
Figure 93: Value of the four market segments, $ billion, 2006, 2010 and forecast to 2016
Figure 94: Value of the four market segments, $ billion, 2006, 2010 and forecast to 2016
Figure 95: Total plant & services global market (accessible + inaccessible), 2004 - 2020
Figure 96: Total Plant & Services global market excluding China, 2004 – 2020
Figure 97: Degree of market accessibility by region
Figure 98: Accessible plant & services global market, 2004 - 2020
Figure 99: Accessible plant & services global market excluding China
Figure 100: Total market by region, 2004-2020
Figure 101: Accessible market by region, 2004-2020
Figure 102: Accessible market, western Europe, 2004-2020
Figure 103: Accessible market, eastern Europe, 2004-2020
Figure 104: Accessible market, CIS, 2004-2020
Figure 105: Accessible market, Africa and Middle East, 2004-2020
Figure 106: Accessible market, Asia Pacific, 2004-2020
Figure 107: Accessible market, NAFTA, 2004-2020
Figure 108: Accessible market, NAFTA, 2004-2020
Figure 109: Global variation in the proportion of accessible market, 2004 – 2020
Figure 110: Fixed asset investment in railways in China, 1996 to 2013
Figure 111: The United States high speed intercity passenger rail programme
Figure 112: Market leading manufacturers in the rail supply industry, $ millions in sector, 2011

List of Tables

Table 1: European railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 2: Other CIS railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 3: North American railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 4: Asia Pacific railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 5: Africa and MENA railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 6: Latin American railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 7: European railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 8: Other CIS railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 9: North American railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 10: Asia Pacific railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 11: Africa and MENA railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 12: Latin American railway passenger trends pkm, 1980-2010
Table 13: European railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 14: Other CIS railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 15: North American railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 16: Asia Pacific railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 17: Africa and MENA railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 18: Latin American railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 19: Electrified railways throughout the world, 2011
Table 20: United States route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 21: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in United States, 1980-2011
Table 22: Route km, Canada, 1980 to 2010
Table 23: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Canada, 1980-2011
Table 24: Route km, Mexico, 1980 to 2010
Table 25: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm, Mexico, 1980-2010
Table 26: Route km, Argentina, 1980 to 2010
Table 27: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Argentina, 1980-2010
Table 28: Route km, Brazil, 1980 to 2010
Table 29: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm, Brazil, 1980-2010
Table 30: North American railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 31: Latin American railway tracks route length km, 1980-2010
Table 32: North America passenger traffic, pkm, 1980-2010
Table 33: Latin American passenger traffic, pkm, 1980-2010
Table 34: North American railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 35: Latin American railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 36: European route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 37: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Europe, 1980-2010
Table 28: European rail freight traffic by major countries, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Table 39: European rail passenger traffic by major countries, tkm, 1980 to 2010
Table 40: High speed rail in the EU, billion pkm, 2000-2009
Table 41: French route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 42: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in France, 1980-2011
Table 43: German route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 44: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Germany, 1980-2011
Table 45: Italian route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 46: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Italy, 1980-2011
Table 47: Spanish route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 48: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Spain, 1980-2011
Table 49: British route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 50: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in the United Kingdom, 1980-2011
Table 51: Polish route km, 1980 to 2012
Table 52: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Poland, 1980-2011
Table 53: European rail route length, km 1980-2010
Table 54: European railway passenger traffic pkm, 1980-2010
Table 55: European railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 56: Russian route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 57: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Russia, 1980-2011
Table 58: Ukrainian route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 59: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Ukraine, 1980-2011
Table 60: Kazakhstan route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 61: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Khazakhstan, 1980-2011
Table 62: CIS Rail route length, km 1980-2010
Table 63: CIS railway passenger traffic pkm, 1980-2010
Table 64: CIS railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 65: Chinese route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 66: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in China 1980-2011
Table 67: Japanese route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 68: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Japan, 1980-2010
Table 69: Indian route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 70: Breakdown of Indian railways by gauge and line composition, 2012
Table 71: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in India, 1980-2011
Table 72: Australian route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 73: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Australia, 1980-2010
Table 74: Rail route length, km 1980-2010
Table 75: Asia Pacific railway passenger traffic pkm, 1980-2010
Table 76: Asia Pacific railway freight traffic tkm, 1980-2010
Table 77: African and Middle East route km, 1980 to 2010
Table 78: Middle Eastern railway networks route km, 2010
Table 79: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in the Middle East, 1980-2010
Table 80: Freight traffic in tkm in the Middle East by country, 1980-2010
Table 81: Passenger traffic in pkm in the Middle East by country, 1980-2010
Table 82: North African railway networks route km, 2010
Table 83: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in North Africa, 1980-2010
Table 84: Freight traffic in tkm in North Africa by country, 1980-2010
Table 85: Passenger traffic in pkm in North Africa by country, 1980-2010
Table 86: Sub-Saharan African railway networks route km, 2009
Table 87: Freight traffic in tkm and passenger traffic in pkm in Sub-Saharan h Africa, 1980-2010
Table 88: Freight traffic in tkm in Sub-Saharan h Africa by country, 1980-2010
Table 89: Passenger traffic in pkm in Sub-Saharan Africa by country, 1980-2010

- Bombardier
- Alstom
- Siemens
- Invensys
- CSR (China Locomotive & Rolling Stock)
- CNR (China CNR Corporation)
- Kawasaki
- GE Capital, Rail Services
- TMH Transmash Holding
- CAF (Construcciones y Auxiliar de Ferrocarriles)
- Talgo
- AnsaldoBreda
- Knorr-Bremse
- Vossloh
- Stadler-Rail
- Mann Ferrostaal
- Thales
- Hyundai Rotem

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