standard gauge

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standard gauge

a railway track with a distance of 4 ft. 8½ in. (1.435 m) between the lines; used on most railways
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Construction vehicle for the martigny-orsires / le chble normal gauge line, with approval for the entire normal gauge rail network and adhesion in switzerland, except for sections in basic tunnels.
The Railway infrastructure in the Republic of Macedonia has been put in place since 1873, when the first Railway Track from Skopje to Thessaloniki in Greece has been constructed.Today the railways network is about 900 km in single track lines and normal gauge.Macedonian railway network system is connected north-south with the railway network systems of Serbia and Greece.
the object of delivery consists in the supply and maintenance of 17 pieces (used) continuous double-decker electric multiple units, suitable for the austrian normal gauge railways.
In the context of the bubble program, tpf infra submits a call for tenders for the construction market for civil engineering, demolition, reinforced concrete and special works including the construction of retaining structures, renewal and expansion of the railway platform for normal gauge and metric, construction of drainage and cable networks, foundations lc and is, the creation of a loading dock, the foundation of a cover for trains and road works.