Sunday , January 24 2021

LGV Tangier-Casablanca opened on November 15 in Macron's presence



The fast line between Tangiers and Casablanca will be opened on November 15, in the presence of the French President Emmanuel Macron, who is therefore responding to the invitation of King Mohammed VI.

He described as the "leading project of the bilateral relationship between France and Morocco" by the Elysée, this long 200-kilometer line will connect "at 2:10 rather than 4:45 the two most dynamic regions of the economy and Moroccan ". According to Reuters quoting France's Presidency, the High Speed ​​Line (HSL) is considered to be the first fast-paced department in Africa.

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The launch of the LGV will be launched on November 15, as the ONCF announced in a statement announced last July and noted that the commercial offer was completed. As a reminder, the National Board explained that this proposal should lead to a varied rate variation and a refurbished service policy that offers an expanding service plan and innovative passenger information system.

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Many of the French companies took part in this project, in particular the SNCF that is helping the management project with the National Rail Office, but also Egis and Systra, Alstom for the supply of the trains or Rail-Egis Canal Railway Consortium for rail and catenariary.

After interviewing H24Info, a former manager said that the LGV and control line benefit from the latest technology and experienced personnel information. The LGV pole is led by best operators and the ONCF.


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