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Preparing for the final stages: the New Line Copenhagen–Ringsted

23 March 2016 | By Jan Schneider-Tilli, Project Director, Banedanmark

With construction work on time and on budget, the Danish high-speed link between Copenhagen and Ringsted’s next challenge is to incorporate two major national programmes: the Electrification Programme and the Signalling Programme. For Global Railway Review, Banedanmark’s Project Director, Jan Schneider-Tilli, gives an update on Denmark’s first high-speed line, which…


The Danish Electrification Programme: A huge commitment

18 September 2014 | By Søren Thorpstrup Laursen – Head of the Danish Electrification Programme at Banedanmark

The Danish Electrification Programme was established in November 2012 to carry out electrification works initially on four Danish rail sections. Through the ‘Togfonden DK’ initiative five further sections have since been added to the scope of the electrification works, along with funding for additional optional rail sections and associated services.…


The New Line Copenhagen–Ringsted: best-in-class construction

11 April 2014 | By Jan Schneider-Tilli – Banedanmark’s Project Director for the new Copenhagen– Ringsted line

For Global Railway Review, Jan Schneider-Tilli – Banedanmark’s Project Director for the new Copenhagen–Ringsted line – reflects on the first Danish high-speed project as it reaches the halfway line...


Upgrading the Ringsted–Fehmarn Line: a huge construction job

23 May 2013 | By Jens Ole Kaslund, Ringsted–Fehmarn Project Director, Banedanmark

The upgrading of the Ringsted–Fehmarn Line is one of Banedanmark’s largest ever projects. Together with the fixed link across the Fehmarn Belt and other major Danish infrastructure projects such as the Copenhagen–Ringsted Line, this is a massive scheme for both rail freight and passenger traffic.


Next generation energy settlement system: Immediate saving, increased competitiveness

19 September 2012 | By Dyre Martin Gulbrandsen, Director of Eress

Eress is an open partnership between infrastructure managers Banedanmark, Infrabel, Jernbaneverket and Trafikverket. A non-profit organisation, jointly owned by its partners, Eress is committed to the development, implementation and supply of the Erex energy settlement system – a system that gives train operators total control over their train’s actual energy…