Construction update Jan. 2017

New LG Crane has been installed next to KACST, King Abdullah Road. By Muddaththir Khalid

10-week program to indigenize Riyadh Metro Project launched

Arriyadh Development Authority (ADA) has recently launched a 10-week summer training program, which includes: Rehabilitating national cadres in engineering disciplines and preparing them to work in the project during operational stages of Riyadh Metro project.

Riyadh Metro to complete three major lines by 2019

Work on the Riyadh Metro project is moving at a steady pace with three of the key network lines on track for opening by the end of 2018 or early 2019, said a report, citing the contractor.

Riyadh Metro Blue Line

Riyadh Metro announces the new diversion on the upper road - Prince Mohammed bin Abdul Aziz Road Tahlia and reality within the Blue Line #قطار_الرياض يعلن عن...

Riyadh metro lines on schedule to open in 2018-19

The Fast consortium, which is constructing lines 4, 5 and 6 of Riyadh's new 176.6km six-line metro, says it has completed 40% of the project and is on course to open the three lines at the end of 2018 or early in 2019.

Zero tolerance for corruption: Saudi King

RIYADH — Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman delivered on Wednesday his annual speech outlining his government’s priorities for the coming year. Priorities include...

On Track: Saudi’s Riyadh Metro to start operation in 2019

“It will take time for people to get used to public transportation,” he says. “We planned everything in detail to make it easier for...

SEC to Provide Power to Riyadh Metro, Haramain Rail Projects

The Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) will provide 700 megawatts (MW) of electricity for the Riyadh Metro and Haramain Railway projects.

Riyadh Metro to begin accepting bids for station naming rights this month

Dubai: The $23 billion (Dh84.5 billion) Riyadh Metro will begin accepting bids for private companies to acquire naming rights on December 17, with the...

What Modi’s selfie with the women techies of Riyadh says about his relationship with...

There was a certain degree of skepticism in Saudi Arabian administration when Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his desire to visit Tata Consultancy Service’s facility’s at Riyadh during his two day visit to the kingdom.
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