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Investment and CAPEX Plans of Transit Authorities/Agencies Report 2019-2030

  • ID: 5019049
  • Report
  • May 2019
  • Region: Global
  • Global Mass Transit
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The report provides detailed profiles of about 150 transit authorities operating in six regions – North America, Latin America, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

The report has 2 distinct sections.

Part 1 (PPT converted to PDF) provides an analysis of capex trends and projections for 150 transit authorities. It has 12 chapters.

  • Chapter one contains the executive summary of the report and highlights the key findings, past trends and expected investments during 2019-2030.
  • Chapter two presents the recent trends and developments in the mass transit industry that are impacting the CAPEX plans of transit authorities.
  • Chapter three reviews and analyses the capital expenditure programmes of the transit authorities and highlight trends in capital expenditure (2013-18) and provides case studies.
  • Chapter four provides an analysis of the expected network expansion, rolling stock procurements (bus and rail), railway system modernisation and investments during 2019-2030. It provides the key growth drivers, planned investments (by 2025, 2030 and beyond 2030), expected rail network growth, expected rolling stock growth (bus and rail), and expected growth in the railway systems market.
  • Chapter five provides planned investments by mode (metro rail/ rapid transit/ MRT/ light metro, light rail/ tram/ streetcar/ monorail, commuter rail/ suburban rail, and bus transport/ BRT) during 2019-2030.
  • Chapter six provides profiles of top 100 rail projects in terms of investment and chapter seven provides profiles of top 50 bus system/ BRT projects in terms of investment (during 2019-2030).
  • Chapter eight provides planned investments by region during 2019-2030.
  • Chapter nine provides an analysis and profiles of top 40 transit authorities in terms of planned investments.
  • Chapters 10, 11 and 12 provide details on investments and opportunities in rail construction, rail rolling stock procurement and modernisation, and railway system modernisation during 2019-2030.

Part 2 of the report provides profiles of 150 transit authorities in North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and the Middle and Africa in an MS Excel format

Each profile provides information on:

Current operations

  • Operational modes
  • Key operators
  • Bus and rail network length
  • No. of stations/stops
  • Ridership (bus and rail)
  • Growth in ridership
  • Current rolling stock (bus and rail)
  • Fare system

Financials and CAPEX

  • Total revenue/income
  • Revenue growth
  • Total expenditure
  • Net profit/loss
  • CAPEX (historical)
  • Key ratios

Key Vendors

  • Rolling stock
  • Fare media
  • Signalling system
  • Technology
  • Tracks
  • Construction

Capital Projects and Planned Investments

  • Planned Investment/CAPEX
  • Source of funds
  • Network expansion (extensions, new lines, new systems)
  • Investment in network expansion
  • Current status of network expansion (contract awards, completions, etc)
  • Rail rolling stock/ bus fleet procurement and overhaul plans (type of fleet, contract awards, etc.)
  • Investment in purchase of rail/bus rolling stock
  • Plans for deployment of advanced fare media
  • Investment in fare system modernisation
  • Railway systems upgradation plans
  • Investment in railway system modernisation (signalling, technology, etc)
  • Recent contracts awarded
  • Open tenders
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1.1 Executive Summary
1.1.1 Key findings
1.1.2 Past trends
1.1.3 Expected investments during 2019-2030

1.2 Recent Trends and Developments
1.2.1 Key emerging trends
1.2.2 Recent announcements
1.2.3 Recent policy developments
1.2.4 Recent contract awards
1.2.5 Recent project completions
1.2.6 Recent financings
1.2.7 Others

1.3 Investment/CAPEX Trends (2013-17)
1.3.1 Trends in capital expenditure (2013-17)
1.3.2 Case studies

1.4 Expected Growth and Investment during 2019-2030
1.4.1 Sustaining the growth over the next decade - key growth drivers
1.4.2 Planned investments
1.4.3 Expected rail network growth
1.4.4 Expected rolling stock growth (bus and rail)
1.4.5 Expected growth in the railway systems market

1.5 Planned Investments by Mode during 2019-2030
1.5.1 Metro rail/ rapid transit/ MRT/ light metro
1.5.2 Light rail/ tram/ streetcar/ monorail
1.5.3 Commuter rail/ suburban rail
1.5.4 Bus transport/ BRT

1.6 Top 100 Rail Projects in Terms of Investment
1.6.1 Expected investment in new construction
(extensions and new systems) during 2019-2030
1.6.2 Expected investment in modernisation during 2019-2030
1.6.3 Brief project profiles

1.7 Top 50 Bus System Projects in Terms of Investment
1.7.1 Expected investment in procurement of bus fleet during 2019- 2030
1.7.2 Brief project profile

1.8 Analysis of Projects by Region
1.8.1 North America
1.8.2 Latin America
1.8.3 Asia Pacific
1.8.4 Europe
1.8.5 Middle East and Africa

1.9 Top 40 Transit Authorities in Terms of Planned Investments
1.9.1 Transit authority analysis
1.9.2 Transit authority profiles
1.9.3 Key projects in top 40 cities
1.9.4 Expenditure trends (2013-2017)
1.9.5 Risks and challenges

1.10 Investments and Opportunities in Rail Construction during 2019- 2030
1.10.1 EPC market
1.10.2 Opportunities in tunnelling
1.10.3 Opportunities in elevated structures

1.11 Investments and Opportunities in Rail Rolling Stock
1.11.1 Planned investments in purchase of new rolling stock
1.11.2 Regional analysis of trends and opportunities
1.11.3 Consolidation in the rolling stock industry

1.12 Investments and Opportunities in Railway Systems
1.12.1 Fare system
1.12.2 Signalling
1.12.3 Power systems
1.12.4 Track works

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