Haramain Railway to commence operations within five years
- Saudi Arabia: Monday, October 15 - 2012 at 01:41
The Saudi contracting company of Haramain speed rail project Al-Shuala Al-Kabida has said the first train journey between Makkah and Madinah is expected to start within 52 months from now, Arab News has reported. "Al-Arab Company will complete the first phase of the project very soon," said the company's finance director, Osama Adib Salama. The Haramain project, widely known in industry circles as HHR, is a 444km high-speed intercity rail transport system that will link the two holy cities of Madinah and Makkah via King Abdullah Economic City in Rabigh and King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah.
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