Global Mass Transit Research has released the third edition of the Global Light Rail Projects Report 2017 - the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the sector.
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:
The report will be useful to organisations interested in the global light rail industry - government agencies, transport authorities, operators, service and technology providers, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, EPC contractors, investors/lenders, research organisations, industry consultants, regulatory agencies, development institutions, etc.
The report is available in the PowerPoint Presentation format and also includes an MS Excel file with information in database format. It is priced at USD4,000.
As special offer for Public Transport Authorities/Agencies the report is priced at USD 3,500.
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