tria mexico

Since 2014 Tria Mexico has been heavily involved in critical and far reaching rail projects as well as in the energy and civil sectors for both private and institutional customers.


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Calle Amberes 5, int.3

Colonia Juarez C.P. 06600

Delegación Cuauhtemoc

Ciudad de México

Office: +521 5529039388

Email: mexico@triaingenieria.com



Mexico News

TRIA COMPLETED THE FIRST PHASE OF THE TRACK WORKS FOR THE MÉXICO/TOLUCA INTERCITY TRAIN

Tria is installing the track and the overhead electric line for the FI consortium in the Intercity train between México city and Toluca. 

 

The line is 56 km long with double track, electrified and for a max speed of 160 km/h. 90% of it runs along an elevated viaduct an the rest in tunnel. 

 

The track is constructed as a concrete slab track with "edilon" base plates with UIC 60 rails butt welded.

 

The first phase of the project comprehends 17 km of viaduct starting from the depots at Toluca as well as the depot tracks.

 

The track installation of this phase is finished while the catenary works will be finished on the month of January 2.018. 

 

The next phase of the project is expected to start on the first trimester of 2.018, when a new portion of the viaduct is due to be liberated by the infrastructure contractors.

TRIA PARTICIPATES IN THE INAUGURATION OF PUEBLA'S TRAMWAY

A new train connecting the Mexican cities of Puebla and Cholula, site of famous mayan pyramids, has been inaugurated by the Mexican President, Mr. Peña Nieto and Puebla’s Governor,Mr. Moreno Valle.

 

Tria has participated in this project, supplying the workshop equipment and installations and the ticketing, communications, PA announcing system, Information systems and several other multipurpose equipment. We have also provided operational advise.

 

The line will have 5 stations. It will run on diesel units from Staedler with a capacity of 284 passengers per train. The project is intended to increase tourist attraction and investments on the metropolitan areas of Puebla and Cholula.