Qatar

Doha’s future Metro Network

21 Herrenknecht tunnel boring machines (TBMs) are operating or being got ready in Doha, the capital of the Arab Emirate of Qatar. The Metro network is being further developed here at breakneck speed to be prepared for forthcoming major sporting events and provide a sustainable infrastructure.

The first phase of the currently planned Metro network is divided into three main lines – the Red, Green and Gold Lines. They will connect the most important districts of the city. The “Greater Doha Metro Rail” project embraces a total of 115 km of tunnel. It is planned to conclude tunnelling activities in...

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