Rail & Transit

End-to-end expertise in Rail & Transit

For over 40 years, our Rail & Transit solutions have helped people around the world reach their destinations quickly and efficiently. Whether creating, expanding, advising on, upgrading or renovating existing transit networks, organization and equipment, our unique capacity to take on diverse mandates of any scale, combined with our ability to address the full project life cycle—from arranging financing, to providing engineering, construction and operations and maintenance services—is our key differentiator.  

SNC-Lavalin has successfully delivered projects in Rail & Transit in North America, Australia, New Zealand, India, Africa, the UK, Scandinavia, Central Europe and beyond. We provide invaluable railway expertise to deliver sustainable rail and transit projects that shape cities for generations to come and enhance networks across states. 

We help cities and states grow through enabling enhancement in every type of transportation system by providing greener and customer friendly solutions for a brighter tomorrow, while upholding the highest standards in health and safety. We provide world class technical expertise across all aspects of rail vehicles, signaling, systems and infrastructure. 

SNC-Lavalin’s business is firmly grounded in the expertise of its staff. Through their combined diverse skills and experience, our experts make SNC-Lavalin a leader across the spectrum of Rail & Transit around the world. Additionally, we have substantial experience with various contracting approaches, including EPCM/EPC services, lump-sum turnkey, and design-build—as well as public-private partnerships (P3), a cost-effective model infrastructure clients are increasingly embracing in certain parts of the world.

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