The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights based on almost 760 CIC projects in 15 countries. The report provides detailed metrics on each countries’ road and rail projects (as tracked by the CIC) split by type and start date by value.
Infrastructure activity in Europe is one of the main growth sectors, particularly in the road and rail sectors, as the economies in the region start to recover and as cross-border transport links are strengthened.
This report details investment in large-scale road and rail projects in the region. The analysis centers on the projects tracked by Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center (CIC). The projects are at various stages of development, from announced to execution, and are in four main categories: railways, roads, tunnels and bridges, and trams and metros.
The projects tracked by CIC in the sector in the 15 countries studied stood at almost US$1.43 trillion as of February 2015. The average value of road and rail projects across the 760 projects studied is US$1.88 billion with the highest value being the US$157 billion Moscow-Yekaterinburg High Speed Railway Line.
The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing value by country and sector with top project listings and top participants' listings.
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Gain an insight into the main drivers of activity and forecasts, providing an understanding of key trends, analysis of main project participants by value by sector enabling clients to target products and services for each type of project. Receive analysis of main project participants by value and sector, enabling clients to target products and services for each type of project. Gain access to top project data for various types of road and rail project, with location, value, stage and start date.
CIC Projects analysis shows that road and rail projects for the 15 countries is estimated to be US$1.43 trillion. Rail projects dominate the market with a total value of almost US$804 billion on the CIC Projects database. Road projects is the next-largest sector with a value of US$301 billion; tunnels and bridges accounts for US$226 billion and trams and metros were valued at US$95.6 billion. Over 73% of projects were at the pre-execution phase when analysed. Russia is the leading country in terms of value of projects, accounting for US$433 billion, followed by the UK with projects valued at US$262 billion, and France with almost US$166 billion. Russia leads with railway projects valued at US$283 billion, and also in the sector of roads with projects valued at US$70.9 billion, and tunnels and bridges with projects valued at US$67.1 billion. Spain leads with trams and metros projects worth US$21.8 billion.