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Morocco is making final preparations for the opening of the 183km high-speed line from Tangiers to Kenitra. Keith Barrow reports on the final stages of this pioneering project.
IRJ at Middle East Rail, Dubai: MOROCCAN National Railways (ONCF) says it is on course to open Africa’s first high-speed line in the third quarter of this year.
MOROCCAN National Railways (ONCF) has awarded a €130m contract to Alstom for the supply of 30 electric Prima locomotives following an international tender launched by ONCF in March 2017.
AS Morocco eagerly awaits the opening of its inaugural high-speed line between Casablanca and Tangiers in the summer of 2018, the country is already reaping the benefits of a new…
THE board of Moroccan National Railways (ONCF) has set an investment budget of Dirhams 7.13bn ($US 709m) as it seeks to accommodate further growth in freight and passenger traffic and…
THE International Union of Railways (UIC) is set to participate in seven events at this weekend’s COP22 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Marrakech to highlight rail’s role as part…
SPEAKING at a conference on high-speed rail in Morocco on May 26-27, Mr Mohamed Rabie Khlie, director general of Moroccan National Railways (ONCF), said the 183km high-speed line under construction…
A Dirhams 600m ($US 61m) project to reconstruct Rabat Agdal station was officially launched on March 7 by King Mohammed VI of Morocco.
THE board of the African Development Bank (AfDB) has agreed to provide Morocco with a $US 112.3m loan, which will be used by Moroccan National Railways to construct a second…
IRJ at the UIC High-Speed Rail World Congress, Tokyo: MOROCCAN National Railways (ONCF) has confirmed that Africa's first high-speed line will open in spring 2018, two-and-a-half years later than originally…
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