High Speed Railway

France's first high-speed railway (the southeast line) has been in operation for more than 30 years since 1981.Nearly 1,600 kilometers of high-speed lines have been put into service, with operating speeds of more than 300 kilometers per hour.

On April 3, 2007, the French high speed train reached 574.8 kilometers per hour in a test run, who broke the world speed record of 515.3 km/h set by himself in 1990 and held since. The test fully demonstrated the strength of French rail transport, for which the reliability of the latest rail train technology is verified, and which also cemented France's leading position in high-speed rail.

As a French railway engineering and technology company, SYSTRA draws on its long experience in the planning, design, construction, project management and operation of high-speed railways in France, who has been involved in the various implementation phases of many high-speed rail projects worldwide, including:

SYSTRA is involved in high-speed railway projects in Europe, Asia, America, Australia and Africa


SYSTRA experts are directly involved in the design, construction and operation of the French Southeast, Atlantic, Northern, Mediterranean and Eastern TGV lines. In addition, SYSTRA was entrusted by the client to undertake the following projects:


United Kingdom

The 110km high speed rail link between the channel tunnel and London is the first high-speed line to be built on the island of Great Britain by franchise in nearly a century.
The travel time between London and Paris is expected to fall to 2 hours and 20 minutes in 2007.

In 1996, SYSTRA became a co-founder of the London-continental railway corporation (" LCR "- Owner) and a member of the RLE joint project team. During the implementation of the project, SYSTRA is mainly responsible for the project concept design, construction design (civil engineering, track, catenary, signaling, power supply control, etc.), project coordination, construction supervision and St Pancras railway station renovation.




South Korea