Qatar Rail celebrated completion of 100km of tunnelling across the Doha Metro project. The achievement of this significant milestone means that 90% of tunnelling has been achieved, with 11km more required to complete all underground sections of the landmark project.
Qatar Rail is taking part in the GCC Traffic Week which started yesterday at Darb Al Saie. The celebrations will continue until March 17.
Qatar Rail has launched a month of arts, creativity and performance, which is intended to celebrate the integrated railway project that it is responsible for delivering to the nation.
Qatar will be promoted as a leading global art, cultural and sporting hub, according to a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between Qatar Museums (QM) and the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC).
A team from the Ministry of Transport and Communications (MoTC) recently conducted a workshop on rail safety guidelines with the Ministry of Municipality and Environment, Ministry of Interior, Qatar Rail and Public Works Authority (Ashghal).
Two Tunnel Boring Machines (TBMs), deployed by Qatar Rail (QR), successfully completed their tunnelling on Doha Metro’s Green Line on schedule, marking a milestone in the project's progress
Qatar’s construction market promises to be the “most robust” in the GCC in 2016, as it continues to award major contracts for the construction of new infrastructure to be used for FIFA 2022 World Cup, a new report has shown.
One of the world’s biggest metro stations is rapidly taking shape at Msheireb, where three different lines will have an interchange point.