Peru

SIEMENS announced on January 4 that it will provide traction power supply equipment for the first 9km section of metro Line 1 in Lima.
Following a few false starts, Lima’s metro network is gradually taking shape. Ian Thomson-Newman visits the Peruvian capital where he traces the Lima metro story. UNTIL the start of operations…
A six-car metro train built by Hitachi Rail Italy (HRI) for Lima, Peru, is currently being tested at the Velim test track in the Czech Republic while other trains have…
THE first of 42 driverless metro trains being supplied by Hitachi Rail Italy (HRI) for Lima metro Line 2 was loaded onto the MV Cerinthus at the port of Salerno…
LIMA metro Line 1 is set to benefit from a significant increase in capacity under an addendum to the concession contract between the Peruvian government and the GyM-Ferrovias consortium, which…
AFTER being out of action for over four years, Peru's only international railway, which connects the southern town of Tacna with Arica in northern Chile, restarted operations on June 1.
ANSALDO STS has awarded Siemens a contract to electrify two lines of the Lima metro currently under construction. These comprise the 27km east-west Line 2 and the 8km first phase…
Private concessionaire FCCA, which has been operating and maintaining the world's second-highest railway in Peru since 1999, has invested heavily in both the infrastructure and its fleet. As Keith Fender…
PERU's Agency for the Promotion of Private Investment (Proinversión) issued an invitation to prequalify on July 24 for a concession to "comprehensively rehabilitate" the 128.7km Huancayo - Huancavelica line in…
REHABILITATION is underway of the 62km line linking Tacna in southern Perú, with Arica in northern Chile, and the passenger service should be restored in July with two round trips…
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