Tangier-Casablanca high-speed railway line inaugurated by Emmanuel Macron
Africa's first high-speed railway line, in Morocco, was inaugurated on 15 November by King Mohammed VI and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Deemed by the French presidential office to be a flagship project in bilateral relations between France and Morocco, this 200-km railway line will reduce the travel time between Tangier and Casablanca from 4 hours and 45 minutes to 2 hours and 10 minutes.
The construction of this line, as part of the master plan for the Moroccan high-speed railway (1,500 km of dedicated tracks by 2035), is intended to provide a solution to the steady growth of passenger traffic, support the development of a new economic hub in Tangier, and improve rail traffic flow between Tangier and Casablanca.
Mobility Special Project Railways (VINCI Energies) was the representative for a consortium that included Cegelec Morocco and Systra, responsible for the design and construction of electrical substations and units along the line, and for special operational safety engineering services.
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