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Global Metro Projects Report 2018

  • ID: 4582209
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 763 Pages
  • Global Transmission
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The report comprises four distinct sections.

Part 1 of the report (77 pages) describes the existing state of, and the expected opportunities in, the global metrorail industry in terms of network, ridership, rolling stock and technology, as well as fare systems. It examines the recent technical and financing developments; analyses key growth drivers and challenges; and assesses the upcoming opportunities and future outlook for the industry.

Part 2 of the report (686 pages) provides updated information on 100 projects that present significant capital investment opportunities. The report covers 52 countries organised into five regions: North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, and Middle East & Africa.

Each project profile provides information on:

  • Background
  • Key players
  • Network
  • Ridership
  • Rolling stock and technology
  • Fare system
  • Extensions/ Capital projects
  • Recent developments

Part 3 of the report (excel database) provides basic information (such as project name, location, developer, current status, investment opportunity) for 100 additional metro projects which are not covered in Part 2 of the report.

For each project, information will be provided on:

  • Location
  • Key players
  • Current status
  • Upcoming opportunities
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Part 1: Existing and Evolving Global Metrorail Industry

1.1 Global Metrorail industry
1.1.1 Overview
1.1.2 Network and Ridership
1.1.3 Rolling stock
1.1.4 Technology
1.1.5 Fare systems
1.1.6 Funding and financing
1.1.7 Complex construction
1.1.8 Project delivery models
1.1.9 Key trends and developments

1.2 Opportunities and Outlook
1.2.1 Growth drivers
1.2.2 Network expansion by 2025
1.2.3 Network expansion beyond 2025
1.2.4 Rolling stock procurement and replacement
1.2.5 Technology development
1.2.6 Fare system upgrades and innovation
1.2.7 Operations optimisation and asset management
1.2.8 Recent contracts
1.2.9 Open tenders
1.2.10 Key issues and challenges
1.2.11 Outlook

Part 2: Project Profiles

2.1 North America
2.1.1 Canada Montréal Metro, Canada Toronto Subway, Canada Vancouver SkyTrain, Canada
2.1.2 United States Boston Subway, United States Chicago ‘L’, United States Honolulu High Capacity Transit Corridor, United States Los Angeles Metro, United States New York City Subway, United States San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit, United States Washington Metrorail, United States

2.2 Latin America
2.2.1 Argentina Buenos Aires Subway, Argentina
2.2.2 Brazil Belo Horizonte Metro, Brazil Brasília Metro, Brazil Fortaleza Metro, Brazil Rio de Janeiro Metro, Brazil Salvador Metro, Brazil São Paulo Metro, Brazil
2.2.3 Chile Santiago Metro, Chile Valparaiso Metro, Chile
2.2.4 Colombia Bogotá Metro, Colombia Medellín Metro, Colombia
2.2.5 Ecuador Quito Metro, Ecuador
2.2.6 Mexico Mexico City Metro, Mexico
2.2.7 Panama Panamá Metro, Panama
2.2.8 Peru Lima Metro, Peru

2.3 Asia Pacific
2.3.1 Australia Melbourne Metro Tunnel, Australia Sydney Metro, Australia
2.3.2 Azerbaijan Baku Metro, Azerbaijan
2.3.3 Bangladesh Dhaka Metro, Bangladesh
2.3.4 China Beijing Subway, China Guangzhou Metro, China Hong Kong Mass Railway Transit, China Nanjing Metro, China Shanghai Metro, China Ürümqi Metro, China Wuhan Metro, China
2.3.5 India Ahmedabad-Gandhinagar Metro, India Bengaluru Metro, India Chennai Metro, India Hyderabad Metro Rail, India Jaipur Metro Rail, India Kanpur Metro Rail, India Kochi Metro, India Kolkata Metro, India Lucknow Metro, India Mumbai Metro, India Nagpur Metro, India NCR (Delhi, Gurgaon, Noida, Greater Noida), India Pune Metro, India Visakhapatnam Metro Rail, India
2.3.6 Indonesia Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit, Indonesia
2.3.7 Japan Tokyo Subway, Japan
2.3.8 Malaysia Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit, Malaysia
2.3.9 New Zealand Auckland Metro Rail, New Zealand
2.3.10 Philippines Manila Metro Rail Transit, Philippines
2.3.11 Singapore Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (MRT), Singapore
2.3.12 Taiwan Taipei Metro, Taiwan
2.3.13 Thailand Bangkok Rapid Transit, Thailand
2.3.14 Vietnam Hanoi Metro, Vietnam Ho Chi Minh City Metro, Vietnam

2.4 Europe
2.4.1 Austria Vienna U-Bahn, Austria
2.4.2 Belgium Brussels Metro, Belgium
2.4.3 Bulgaria Sofia Metro, Bulgaria
2.4.4 Czech Republic Prague Metro, Czech Republic
2.4.5 Denmark Copenhagen Metro, Denmark
2.4.6 Finland Helsinki Metro, Finland
2.4.7 France Grand Paris Express, France Paris Metro, France Rennes Metro, France Toulouse Metro, France
2.4.8 Germany Munich U-Bahn, Germany Nürnberg U-Bahn, Germany
2.4.9 Greece Attiko Metro, Greece Thessaloniki Metro, Greece
2.4.10 Italy Milan Metro, Italy Rome Metro, Italy
2.4.11 Norway Oslo T-bane, Norway
2.4.12 Poland Warsaw Metro, Poland
2.4.13 Portugal Lisbon Metro, Portugal
2.4.14 Romania Bucharest Metro, Romania
2.4.15 Russia Moscow Metro, Russia St Petersburg Metro, Russia
2.4.16 Spain Barcelona Metro, Spain Madrid Metro, Spain
2.4.17 Sweden Stockholm Metro, Sweden
2.4.18 Turkey Istanbul Metro, Turkey Izmir Metro, Turkey
2.4.19 Ukraine Kyiv Metro, Ukraine
2.4.20 United Kingdom Crossrail/ Elizabeth Line, United Kingdom London Underground, United Kingdom

2.5 Middle East and Africa
2.5.1 Algeria Algiers Metro, Algeria
2.5.2 Cote d’ivoire Abidjan Metro, Côte d’Ivoire
2.5.3 Egypt Cairo Metro, Egypt
2.5.4 Iran Tehran Metro
2.5.5 Iraq Basra Metro, Iraq
2.5.6 Qatar Doha Metro, Qatar
2.5.7 Saudi Arabia Jeddah Metro, Saudi Arabia Mecca Metro, Saudi Arabia Riyadh Metro, Saudi Arabia
2.5.8 United Arab Emirates Dubai Metro, United Arab Emirates

Part 3: Profiles of 100 Additional Upcoming Projects (MS Excel Database)

  • Each project profile provides information on:
  • Key players
  • Type of line (elevated, at-grade, underground, mixed)
  • Planned route
  • Planned number of stations
  • Location/names of stations
  • Estimated investment
  • Sources of funds
  • Current stage
  • Expected opening
  • Expected ridership
  • Design service frequency
  • Fare system
  • Rolling stock and technology
  • Recent contracts and open tenders
  • Key contacts

Part 4: Appendix
4.1 Contact information of developers and operators
4.2 Contact information of key industry players
4.3 Sources and methodology
4.4 List of tables and figures

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