- On January 30, 2019
- acoustic screens, guardrail, handrails in tunnels, metalesa, railway infrastructures, seguridad vial, vandal-proof fencing
In March 2016 METALESA completed the supply and assembly work on the San Isidro-Orihuela section (Alicante) of the High-Speed Line (AVE). Once again, METALESA successfully completes its work on a landmark project to roll out railway infrastructure in Spain, guaranteeing the use of the best safety equipment.
The elements and distances covered were:
7,200m2 of acoustic screens in viaducts
6,000m of handrails in tunnels
500m of guardrails
300m of vandal-proof fencing
500m of enclosures in the new Callosa de Segura station
This section, 9.6 kilometres in length, is part of the High Speed Line Madrid – Castilla La Mancha – Valencian Community – Region of Murcia, and runs through the municipal areas of San Isidro, Granja de Rocamora, Cox, Callosa de Segura, Redován and Orihuela.
This stretch is part of the route between Monforte del Cid (Alicante) and Murcia, 64.7 kilometres long, and whose contract has already been awarded and is in the execution phase.
From the point of view of efficiency and maximum use of new infrastructure, it is important to note that the new service from Monforte del Cid – Murcia will consist of double standard-gauge track, which will allow commuter services to connect with Alicante, Elche, Orihuela and Murcia.
When all these sections are finished, the hourney times by train between Madrid and Elche, and between Madrid and Murcia, will reduce to 2 hours and 10 minutes, and to 2 hours and 25 minutes, about 30% of the time of going by road.
METALESA continues to offer a quality product in the general interest of Spanish and European citizens, as well as the talent of its team of professionals. Metalesa makes the best road safety equipment available and is firmly committed to continue developing the Spanish and European railway infrastructure network to reduce journey times