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Incheon International Airport Phase 4, South Korea
With US$412 million in investment, the expansion of Incheon International Airport is projected to increase its capacity to allow 29 million more passengers and create 60,000 new jobs after its completion in 2024.
Gadeok Airport, South Korea
With a budget of US$10.8 billion and in preparation for the 2030 Busan World Expo, the city of Busan expects to complete the construction of the Gaedok New Airport by 2029 in order to attract large crowds of visitors and participants.
Chuo Shinkansen, Japan
Estimated at US$52-billion, The Chuo Shinkansen Project (a.k.a the Tokaido Shinkansen Bypass) will connect Tokyo and Nagoya, providing a more direct line and reducing the travel time between the two cities by approximately 50%, compared to the existing Tokaido Shinkansen maglev line by 2037.
South-North Water Transfer, China
The South-North Water Transfer Megaproject is worth US$62 billion and aims to transfer significant quantities of water from China’s humid south to the arid north.
Bangkok–Nong Khai high-speed railway, Thailand
The Bangkok–Nong Khai high-speed railway project is developed as the “economic corridor” connecting Thailand, Laos, and China to promote logistics, trade, and economic development of the three countries. It is worth US$12 billion with 609 kilometers going from Bangkok to the northeastern border province of Nong Khai, to join with the China-Laos line. The first of two phases is pledged to finish by 2028.
Al Maktoum International Airport, UAE
With the first phase scheduled to complete in 2030, the US$36-billion expansion will make Al Maktoum International Airport the world’s largest airport. It is estimated to be around ten times the size of the present Dubai International Airport with an ultimate capacity exceeding 220 million passengers and over 12 million tonnes of cargo per year.
Bharatmala Pariyojana - Road and Highways project, India
The Bharatmala Pariyojana project, the second-largest highways construction project in India, is aimed at developing the highway network and connecting the economic corridors with logistic parks and growth centers across India. With the investment of US$110 billion, the project is likely to reduce the freight logistics cost, support the quicker movement of cargo and boost international trade once complete.
Doha Metro, Qatar
With an estimated cost of US$36 billion, the Doha Metro project is expected to become one of the most advanced rail transit systems in the world. The project is developed as part of the Qatar Government’s diversification and modernization strategy aiming to reduce the country’s dependency on natural gas exports. Once fully operational in 2026, the metro will feature a network of 300km with four lines.
Minami Koiwa 6 Chome District Redevelopment Project, Japan
The US$463-million Minami Koiwa 6 Chome District Redeveleopment Project involves the construction of three building blocks on a 9,000 square meters surface in Edogawa-Ku (Tokyo) and aims at enhancing the leisure, retail, and commercial facilities in the region. Construction work started in Q3 2021 and is forecasted to be completed in Q1 2026.
Mumbai–Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor, India
The Mumbai – Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail (MAHSR Bullet Train) project is an ambitious high-speed railway network connecting two of the most developed cities in Western India that are Mumbai (Maharashtra) and Ahmedabad (Gujarat) by 2026. With a budget of US$15 billion, this bullet train project will pass through the 508-km-long network with 12 stations at its completion.
Qatar Expressway Programme, Qatar
The Qatar Expressway Program is one of the world’s largest road infrastructure projects currently in construction with a budget of US$28 billion. Driven by Qatar National Vision 2030 and catering to the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the Qatar Expressway Program will deliver a world-class new and upgraded road infrastructure network designed to improve highway capacity, connectivity, and safety to meet current and future demands of the population and economic growth.
Sichuan-Tibet railway, China
The Sichuan-Tibet railway is a strategic project under planning and construction in China. With a budget of approximately US$50 billion, the railway stretches 1838 km and is expected to be finished in 2026. Upon completion, the Sichuan-Tibet Railway will carry over 48% of Tibet inbound passengers and 41% of the freight to the capital of Tibet, Lhasa.
U-Tapao–Rayong–Pattaya International Airport (The High-Speed Rail Linked 3 Airports Project), Thailand
The High-Speed Rail Linked 3 Airports project, signed in 2019 by the State Railway of Thailand and Charoen Pokphand Group (Thailand’s biggest conglomerate) will connect three major airports in Thailand, namely Don Mueang International Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, and U-Tapao International Airport. This project has a budget of US$9 billion and is scheduled to partially open in 2024. During the construction phase, this rail line project will generate 16,000 jobs and contribute US$21,000 to the country’s economy.
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