SYSTRA is a global leader in mass transit and rail engineering.
SYSTRA benefits from over 60 years of experience from its parent companies, SNCF and RATP.
It employs state of the art engineering techniques and develops innovative solutions that meet the explosive growth in demand for public transport in and around the world’s largest cities, which are home to over half the world’s population. Active in 80 countries worldwide, SYSTRA is involved in project planning well before the start of the design stage and continues through to deployment.
SYSTRA has contributed to the construction of one out of two metros, the world over. In particular, it designed and built the world's busiest metro line, in Makkah, which transports 72,000 passengers per hour. In Dubai, SYSTRA designed and supervised the construction of the world's longest automatic metro line, 75 km long. In France, SYSTRA is working on Lines 15, 16 and 17 of the Grand Paris Express transit project.
Internationally, SYSTRA is working on Line 6 and 7 of the Delhi metro, Line 16 of the Shanghai metro which will be the world longest elevated metro running on viaducts. SYSTRA is also contributing to the construction of new automatic metros in Santiago de Chile and in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) and heads project management and work supervision for stage 1 of the Doha metro in Qatar. In Cairo, where the Group has been working for 30 years, SYSTRA is in charge of designing the renovation of Line 1.
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Revenue in 2015: 612 million of euros including 60% internationally
Project in 150 countries and 350 cities
Over 60 years of experience
50 millions of people travel with the help of SYSTRA