Project Insight – Road and Rail Construction Projects in Europe
The report provides detailed market analysis, information and insights based on almost 900 CIC projects in Europe.
The report provides detailed metrics on the region's road and railway construction projects (as tracked by the CIC) split by country, type and value.
This report details investment in road and rail construction projects in Europe, based on projects tracked by Timetric’s Construction Intelligence Center (CIC).
A total of 14* countries in the region are covered, and the combined value of projects tracked in these countries stands at US$1.43 trillion.
The projects are at various stages of development, and fall into four main categories: railways, roads, trams and metros, and tunnels and bridges.
The average value of road and rail projects across the almost 900 projects tracked is US$1.6 billion. Railway projects dominate, with a combined value of US$782.3 billion, accounting for 55% of the total value.
Russia leads the study with a project pipeline value of US$343.9 billion.Scope
The report provides analysis based on CIC projects showing value by country and top project listings. Top participants for the sector are also shown.Reasons To Buy
The report provides insight into the main drivers of activity and forecasts, and an understanding of key trends.
It includes an analysis of the main project participants by value and sector, enabling clients to target products and services for each type of project.
It also provides top project data for various types of road and railway construction project, with location, value, stage and start date.Key Highlights
Russia leads the study with a project pipeline value of US$343.9 billion.
The UK’s project pipeline has a value of US$274.4 billion, and comprises high-value railway projects, notably the Crossrail projects linking east to west and north to south across London, and the High-Speed 2 (HS2) project.
Investment in transport infrastructure is relatively low in Germany at US$67.1 billion.
Turkey has prioritized transport infrastructure as a means of developing the country’s economy and tourism sector.
Denmark and Switzerland account for the road and railway projects with the lowest values as tracked by the CIC, with US$22.1 billion and US$24.1 billion respectively.