Following 24 months of wide-ranging work carried out by Eurovia’s Aix-en-Provence division, the Krypton park and ride has reopened for service – after an 11-month shutdown – with three times its former capacity (900 spaces) and a small, 12-gate coach station.
As part of Germany’s national railway noise-attenuation program, Eurovia’s TECO Schallschutz division (Eurovia Germany) has erected nine noise-attenuation barriers in Bottrop in the Ruhr industrial area. The barriers are 6.6 km in total length and range in height from 2 to 3 m. The work was conducted for Deutsche Bahn.
Eurovia SK has just been awarded the eight work packages in the second phase of work designed to upgrade the tramway system in Slovakia’s second-largest city, Košice, which, since 2015, has undertaken to modernise its trams.
As part of its Grand Network Modernisation Plan (GPMR), SNCF Réseau awarded works package No. 1 of the new "high output renewal train" contract to the joint venture made up of Eurovia subsidiary ETF, Meccoli (lead company), VFLI and Sferis.