With the new line, the European network will extend to Casablanca, the first high-speed station on the African continent and gateway to a metropolis with a population exceeding 4 million.

Italferr in joint venture with Italcertifer has been entrusted by the ONCF - Office National des Chemins de Fer with the design, supply, installation and commissioning of the safety and signalling system between Casablanca and Tangiers Méditerranée. The line, consisting of the two Casablanca-Kenitra and Sidi Yahya-Ras R'Mel lots, is 370 km long, will allow a maximum speed of 220 km/h and will be equipped with ERTMS level 1 signalling.

The central stations involved - Roches Noires, Casa Voyageurs, Triangle Casablanca and Ain Sebaa - play a relevant role from an economic/strategic point of view, connecting the center of the country with its suburbs.

Work was completed in 2018.