Trains are the model for passenger and goods transport that best fit the decarbonisation undertakings that are being made for 2050. From new HST corridors, which have changed how we view time and distance, to regional and urban lines, such as metro and tram systems.
As reported in several books published by the Esteyco Foundation, Spain opted to modernise its railways many years ago. And as part of this evolution, we have played a significant role as a driving force for this infrastructure, designing new corridors and platforms and helping railways to reach cities with minimal impact while generating profits and returns along the way. This know-how has enabled us to export our services, developing a wide variety of projects that can be classified into six main groups: HST lines, conventional network, urban railways such as metro and tram systems, stations, ports and logistics, and planning.