Global Railway Infrastructure Market Report

Mar 19, 2013, 08:32 ET from Research and Markets

DUBLIN, March 19, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets announces the addition of Amadee & Company's report "Railway Infrastructure: Global Markets, Competitors, Technologies and Opportunities in the New Epoch of High-Speed Trains 2012-2022 Analysis and Forecasts" to its catalogue.

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Interest is growing in railways across the globe. Global demand for railways is increasing, as plans to construct high-speed rail links come to the fore in China, Europe and the US as part of a modal shift toward using mass transportation systems that have less environmental impact. In terms of transportation modes, railways now have the edge in energy efficiency and environmental friendliness.

Rail infrastructure is needed in both industrialized nations and emerging economies. Major countries are now increasing railway infrastructure investment.

This report provides an in-depth look at the global railway infrastructure market including:

- Why rail is getting renewed attention.

- Role of urbanization, energy efficiency and environmental factors.

- Increasing rail infrastructure investment.

- Detailed analysis of the global rail infrastructure market by segment from 2012 to 2022.

- Key strategic issues.

- Regional trends.

- Political risks.

- New technologies.

- Major opportunities.

- Competitive landscape.

- Top players in the market.

Additionally, profiles of 60 leading foreign and US companies are given. The report includes 87 figures and 58 tables.

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