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Global Light-Rail Projects Report 2017

  • ID: 4432208
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 612 Pages
  • Global Mass Transit
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The report comprises two distinct sections:

Part 1 (42 slides) of the report describes the existing state of, and the expected opportunities in, the global light rail industry in terms of network, ridership, rolling stock and technology, as well as fare systems. It examines recent technical and financing developments; analyses key growth drivers and challenges; and assesses the future outlook for the industry.

Part 2 (555 slides) of the report provides updated information on the world’s top 109 light-rail projects that present significant capital investment opportunities. The report covers 43 countries organised into five regions: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, and Middle East & Africa.

The report presents information on existing network, stations, ridership, rolling stock, technology and fare systems. It highlights upcoming capital investment needs and opportunities such as extensions and upgrades of existing lines and stations; development of new lines and stations; rolling stock procurement and refurbishment; power and communications technology upgrades; as well as fare system developments.

Each project profile provides information on:

  • Background
  • Key players
  • Network
  • Ridership
  • Rolling stock and technology
  • Fare system
  • Extensions/Capital projects
  • Recent developments and contracts awarded
  • Project contacts
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Part 1: Existing and Evolving Global Light Rail Industry
1.1 Global light rail industry          
1.1.1 Overview          
1.1.2 Network and ridership        
1.1.3 Rolling stock and technology 
1.1.4 Fare systems 
1.1.5 Funding and finance 
1.1.6 Recent contracts awarded        
1.1.7 Key trends and developments         
1.2 Opportunities and outlook 
1.2.1 Key growth drivers         
1.2.2 Network expansion         
1.2.3 Launch of new systems        
1.2.4 Rolling stock procurement and technology innovation     
1.2.5 Fare system development        
1.2.6 Open tenders with contracts to be awarded      
1.2.7 Key issues and challenges        
1.2.8 Outlook          

Part 2: Project Profiles
2.1 North America         
2.1.1 Canada Calgary CTrain Edmonton Light Rail Hamilton Light Rail Hurontario-Main Light Rail Ottawa O-Train Surrey Light Rail Toronto Light Rail Waterloo-Kitchener Light Rail       
2.1.2 United States Baltimore Light Rail Boston Green Line and Trolley Broward Transit Streetcar Charlotte Lynx Rapid Transit Denver Light Rail Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Fort Lauderdale Wave Streetcar Los Angeles Metro Rail Milwaukee Streetcar Minneapolis Light Rail Oklahoma City Streetcar Phoenix Metro Light Rail Sacramento Light Rail and Streetcar San Diego Trolley San Francisco Muni Metro Santa Ana and Garden Grove Streetcar Seattle Link Light Rail Tempe Streetcar        
2.2 Latin America          
2.2.1 Bolivia Cochabamba LRT        
2.2.2 Brazil Goiânia Light Rail (VLT) Natal Light Rail (VLT) Santos Light Rail (VLT) São Paulo’s Monorail        
2.2.3 Chile Las Condes Light Rail       
2.2.4 Colombia BogotaRegioTram        
2.2.5 Mexico Guadalajara Light Rail        
2.2.6 Peru ArequipaLight Rail        
2.3 AsiaPacific           
2.3.1 Australia Canberra Capital Metro Gold Coast Light Rail Newcastle Light Rail Parramatta Light Rail Transit Sydney Light Rail       
2.3.2 China Changchun Light Rail Transit Macau Light Rapid Transit Songjiang Tram Suzhou Tram Zhuhai Tram        
2.3.3 India Kozhikode Light Metro Mumbai Monorail Thiruvananthapuram Light Metro      
2.3.4 Indonesia Jakarta Light Rail Transit Palembang Light Rail Transit      
2.3.5 Kazakhstan Almaty Light Rail Transit Astana Light Rail Transit Pavlodar Tram        
2.3.6 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Rapid Transit (RapidKL)     
2.3.7 Philippines Manila Light Rail        
2.3.8 SouthKorea Seoul Light Rail         
2.3.9 Taiwan  Ankeng Light Rail Danhai Light Rail Kaohsiung Circular Rail Line       
2.3.10 Thailand Bangkok Sky Train and Monorail Phuket Light Rail        
2.3.11 Vietnam Hanoi Light-Metro and Monorail      
2.4 Europe           
2.4.1 Belgium Antwerp Tramway Liège Tramway         
2.4.2 Denmark Copenhagen Ring 3 Light Rail Odense Letbane        
2.4.3 Finland Helsinki Tram Tampere Light Rail       
2.4.4 France  Avignon Tramway Bordeaux Tramway Caen Light Rail Lyon Tramway Nantes Tramway Nice Tramway Paris Tramway         
2.4.5 Germany Ulm Tramway        
2.4.6 Ireland Luas Light Rail         
2.4.7 Italy Firenze Tram (Tramvia)       
2.4.8 Luxembourg  Luxtram         
2.4.9 Macedonia SkopjeTram         
2.4.10 Netherlands          
­ Utrecht Sneltarm        
2.4.11 Norway         
­ Bergen Light Rail        
2.4.12 Portugal          
­ Porto Light Rail        
2.4.13 Russia          
­ Moscow Tramway Saint Petersburg Tram        
2.4.14 Spain Barcelona Tram Euskotren Tranbia Murcia Tramway Zaragoza Tramway        
2.4.15 Switzerland Geneva Tramway (Réseau tramway de Genève) Zurich Tram         
2.4.16 Turkey Bursarayand Burtram Izmir Tram, Light–Metro and Monorail Izmit Akçaray         
2.4.17 United Kingdom Birmingham Midland Metro Manchester Metrolink       
2.5 Middle East and Africa        
2.5.1 Algeria Constantine Tramway Mostaganem Tramway Sétif Tramway         
2.5.2 Egypt Cairo Monorail        
2.5.3 Israel Haifa -Nazareth LRT Jerusalem Light Rail Tel Aviv Light Rail        
2.5.4 Morocco Casablanca Tram Rabat-Salé Tramway       
2.5.5 Nigeria Abuja Light Rail Lagos Light Rail         
2.5.6 Qatar Lusail Tramway         
2.5.7 United Arab Emirates (UAE) Dubai Tram        

Part 3: Appendix
3.1 List of Currency Conversions        
3.2 Sources and Methodology        

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