Qatar to launch bidding process for rail project soon
- Qatar: Tuesday, February 19 - 2013 at 04:05
Qatar Rail has announced the bidding process for the country's ambitious rail project is to begin soon, with excavation work of tunnels for the underground rail lines expected to commence by the end of 2013, the Peninsula has reported. "Construction work for Qatar Rail project will begin by the end of 2013 and during the peak construction period, over 20,000 workers are expected to work daily until 2016," Ahmed Nassar Al Kowsi, Logistic Director of Qatar Rail, told the daily. Qatar plans to build four rail lines namely Red-South, Red-North, Green and the Gold spread across the country. A major part of these lines will run underground. Contracts for the excavation of tunnels are expected to be awarded to four companies soon.
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