French company for train supplies, Alstom, is currently working on manufacturing 69 two-wagon trains that will be provided for the Riyadh train network project.
Alstom, alongside Germany’s Siemens and Canadian Bombardier, are assigned with providing all the trains needed for the project.
The company has designed driverless trains that is equipped with highly efficient air conditioning systems to suit the kingdom’s high temperatures during the summer.
The Riyadh train project will comprise of six train lines that will be distributed throughout the Saudi capital.
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