Oman and Etihad Rail Company Board of Directors reviews Railway Network Project

Muscat: The Board of Directors of Oman Rail and Etihad Rail have reviewed the progress of the Oman-UAE rail network project, in Muscat.

The members of the Board of Directors of the “Oman and Etihad Rail” company reviewed the company’s achievements and the most important developments, research and studies on the Oman-UAE rail network project.

This came during a meeting of the company’s board of directors, which was held in Muscat, during which the members were briefed on the work progress of the joint network path, the results of reviews, studies, engineering designs and systems to provide engineering solutions based on on international standards designed to meet the challenges of environmental conditions, by providing specialized work teams to conduct these studies.

The members of the Board of Directors discussed the procedures that the company operates in to ensure the application of international best practices and the latest technologies and systems to develop an integrated railway network, and to ensure the operation of trains and the smooth movement of their movement to pass across borders smoothly to meet the requirements of fast and efficient transportation of passengers and goods.

The Board of Directors of Oman and Etihad Rail praised the support given by the leadership of the two countries to the rail network project, which links Sohar Port to the UAE national railway network, enhancing the workflow of the project and its development to contribute to achieving sustainable development in the two countries.

Oman and Etihad Rail Company stressed the importance of the joint project, which constitutes a new station in the joint relations between the two countries that contributes to facilitating the movement of passengers and goods and providing rewarding job opportunities for competencies from the two countries, which contributes to achieving the sustainable development process and strengthening brotherly ties between the two sides through the development and operation of a railway network linking between the Sultanate of Oman and the United Arab Emirates, according to the highest levels of safety, security and efficiency.

The meeting was attended by His Excellency Engineer Said bin Hamoud Al Ma’awali, Minister of Transport, Communications and Information Technology and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Oman and Etihad Rail” Company, and His Excellency Suhail bin Mohammed Faraj Faris Al Mazrouei, Minister of Energy and Infrastructure of the United Arab Emirates and Chairman of the Board of Directors of “Oman and Etihad Rail”, and members of Board of Directors.

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