Cairo –  Hassan Allam Holding (HAH) has been awarded a contract worth $220 million by the Egyptian Ministry of Transportation to implement the construction works of two stations and four bridges for the high-speed train project.

Hassan Allam Construction will establish the Alamein station and Wadi El-Natroun station, while Hassan Allam Roads and Bridges will construct four bridges in the same project, consisting of two road bridges and two rail bridges, according to a statement on Wednesday.

The first road bridge will have a length of 195 metres and a width of 70 metres on the regional ring road, while the second is located on the Quarry Road with a length of 520 metres and a width of 30 metres.

As for the rail bridges, the first will extend over 1,000 metres with a width of 13.3 metres and the second will be dedicated for the high-speed train in the Sixth of October City over 3,000 metres with a width of 13.3 meters.

Hassan Allam, CEO of Hassan Allam Holding, said: “The high-speed train is one of the most important national projects that the Egyptian government has announced. The new railway project will provide easy and convenient mass transportation for all citizens – something that Hassan Allam Holding is always keen on being part of.”

The line will provide a reliable railway network for residents of New Cairo, the Sixth of October, El-Alamein, Borg El-Arab, and Alexandria.

The project also contributes to the development of the east coast on the Red Sea, accelerating the speed of development in the Suez Canal Economic Zone.

It will also support the development of the Wadi El-Natrun axis, the Dabaa axis, and the northwestern coast, as well as the transport of goods from the port of Ain Sokhna on the Red Sea to Alexandria on the Mediterranean.

Source: Mubasher

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