Shaping our mobility

Modes of travel are a fundamental issue for society today. The concept of mobility motivates us, because it is synonymous with new perspectives and opening up to the world.

Our areas of excellence

  • Major road structures

    Construction, widening and modification of existing road infrastructure

  • Linear infrastructure

    High-speed rail, metro, tram, bus rapid transit, in France and around the world.

Shaping our mobility

Examples of projects

Discover some major projects we have worked on.

  • On the road towards ecomobility

    Tramway Liège

    Construction of the future tramway in Liège, Belgium, is entering its final stretch.

    In 2024, this new 12-km line between the Sclessin and Coronmeuse districts will revitalise the heart of the city by promoting more sustainable and inclusive mobility.

    This new vector of ecomobility will help to relieve traffic congestion and accelerate decarbonisation while also improving the quality of life and health of Liège residents. On this leafy route, more than fifty hectares will be renovated and hundreds of trees planted. Soft mobility will be encouraged, with numerous facilities for pedestrians and cyclists.

    On this large-scale project, Atyx was entrusted with providing twenty different services, 15 of them currently in progress. Its teams provide expertise in a wide variety of complementary areas: works management, quality control, EHS, consignment, and management of contracts, risks, modifications and works permits.

  • On track with the mobility of the future

    With its 200-km network and 72 stations, Grand Paris Express is an XXL project that will reshape mobility in the Île-de-France region. And its future metro line 18 will be one of its key routes. This fully automated line will serve 10 new stations between Versailles and Orly airport via Plateau de Saclay, a hotspot for French research.

    This is a real step forward for passengers in the Île-de-France region, who will be able to make the 35-km journey in about 20 minutes, rather than the current one hour

    With alternating sections of track above and below ground, the construction of this project is a major technical challenge. The project is taking place in two stages, starting with work between Orly airport and the CEA* in Saclay, which should be completed by 2027 at the latest. Work between Saclay and Versailles-Chantiers will continue until 2020.

    Atyx is one of the partners in this international project. In support of the contracting authority, its teams provide expertise in technical assistance and planning, as well as in scheduling and coordination.

    * French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission

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