Riyadh Metro Project, Line 4 Stations And Depot Early Mechanical Works

Riyadh Metro Project

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About Project

The Riyadh metro is a rapid transit system under construction in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  It is being built by world’s leading construction companies including Bechtel, FCC, Strukton, Salini Impregilo, Larsen and Toubro and Samsung.

LOCATION  :  K.S.A

SERVICE       :   UG & Embeded Piping works

VALUE            :  1,578,774 USD

CLIENT          :   Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA)

TYPE              :   Airport

OVERVIEW

It will be the backbone of the city’s public transport system and integrated with an 85-kilometre (53 mi) three-line bus rapid transit (BRT) network.

Line 4 (Yellow Line) reaches to King Khalid International Airport from King Abdullah Financial District, mainly on a mix of elevated and at-grade alignment.

The length of the line is around 29.6 km (18.4 mi) and it features 8 stations (3 common with Line 6), in addition to 1 transfer station with Lines 1 and 6.