Global Mass Transit Research has released the first edition of the Global High-Speed Rail Projects Report- the most comprehensive and up-to-date study on the sector.
The report was released on July 8, 2013.
The report has 493 pages and comprises three distinct sections.
Part 1 of the report (26 pages) describes the existing state of, and the expected opportunities in, the global high-speed rail industry in terms of network, ridership, rolling stock and technology. It examines developments over the last few years; analyses key growth drivers and challenges; and assesses the future outlook for the industry.
Part 2 of the report (345 pages) provides updated information on the world’s top 100 high-speed rail projects that present significant capital investment opportunities. The report covers 33 countries organised into five regions: Americas; Europe; Middle East and Africa; East, West and Central Asia; and Asia-Pacific.
The report presents key information required to assess investment opportunities in the development of new lines; extension and upgrade of existing lines; rolling stock procurement; fare collection, power and communication systems; as well as station construction and refurbishment.
Each project profile provides information on:
Part 3 (Appendix) of the report provides directory with contact information of the project developers, operators and key industry players; outline of the research methodology; and a list of the tables and figures presented in the report.
The report is indispensible for any organisation interested in the global high-speed rail industry-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 PDF format. It is priced at USD 4,000. There is a special price offer for Public Transport Authorities/Agencies.
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