Jidde-Medina high-speed train line test drives began: Jeddah - Mecca - Medina high-speed train project began the construction of the test began 2013'de. The train, which can speed up to 330 km per hour, will be used to reduce traffic especially during the pilgrimage season.
In 2013, President of Saudi Railways Organization. Cubara's 4 announced the Jeddah-Mecca-Medina high-speed train project, which will last for a year and cost 8 billion dollars.
The Harameyn high-speed train project was awarded to the Saudi-Spanish Al-Shalya consortium after the tender. Jidde - Mecca - Medina between the day 160 thousand passengers will carry, 450 speed train line, after the completion of the test drive will begin voyage.
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