The population’s ever-increasing demand for mobility requires fast and effective solutions.
Railways have proved to be the safest, more reliable and energy-efficient mode of transportation and therefore the best answer to meet this demand.
Dozens of countries in the world have become aware of this reality and are currently developing strategies for the development of railways.
Providing Efficient Solutions for your Rail Mobility Needs
Adif, the Spanish Rail Infrastructure Manager, can help you develop the network you need (see some of our references on the map above).
We ensure cost-efficiency, the highest levels of safety and reliability, and top level training from the Adif team, who transformed an ageing network into one of the best performing rail networks in the world.
Adif succeeded in this process trough strong investments of more than 40.000 M€ only over the last 10 years and through a full commitment with the development of the finest railways for Spain.
Today, Adif is world leader in High Speed development, construction and operation, running the second largest network in the world, but also in the enhancement of existing lines, the design and operation of stations and freight facilities or the development and deployment of the most efficient signaling and safety systems.
Adif and the Spanish rail industry gather a 25 years’ expertise we now make available to you to provide fully customized assistance in every stage of the Railways system development process:
• Capacity-Building and institutional development
• Global Technical Assistance
• Technology transfer
• Financing solutions
• Asset Management
• Interim Management
Adif advises India on the design of its high-speed rail network
Adif and the Indian public company HSRC (High Speed Corp ), responsible for the development of the high-speed network in the country, recently signed a cooperation agreement that will allow Adif to share with HSRC its extensive experience in high-speed lines planning, gained during the construction of the Spanish network.
Adif and Indian Railways, the parent company of HSRC, began cooperating in 2012 with the signing of a tripartite memorandum of understanding between Adif, Renfe and Indian Railways, which established a framework for collaboration between the three companies in areas of technological development.
This close cooperation has enabled Adif to participate, for instance, in the design of a major high-speed project in India, linking the cities of Mumbai and Calcutta, separated by nearly 2,000 km. Adif has begun its work in India with a Feasibility Study for the High Speed Corridor between Mumbai and Nagpur, a city located 750 km away from Mumbai, in the center of the country.