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The Liefkenshoek Rail Link – a true passage to Europe

13 February 2015 | By Luc Lallemand, CEO, Infrabel

Infrabel, the rail infrastructure manager for the Belgian railway network, opened the new Liefkenshoek Rail Link to freight operators on Sunday 14 December 2014. In an interview with Global Railway Review, Luc Lallemand, CEO of Infrabel, looked back one more time at the milestones in this rail link project that…

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Infrabel tests new infrastructure for the Liefkenshoek Rail Link

18 September 2014 | By Luc Vansteenkiste – Director-General of Asset Management at Infrabel

Infrabel – the Belgian rail infrastructure manager – has been fully-engaged in testing the rail infrastructure for the Liefkenshoek Rail Link since spring 2014. Of critical importance in this are the ETCS and safety tests for the purpose of obtaining permission to officially open this new freight link in the…

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The Liefkenshoek Rail Link – part of a strategy for capacity

12 February 2014 | By Luc Lallemand, CEO, Infrabel

Infrabel, the Belgian rail infrastructure manager, is now busy with the final work on the track for the Liefkenshoek Rail Link. The works for this direct rail link between the left and right banks in the Port of Antwerp are well on schedule, and the new railway infrastructure will be…

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Infrabel feverishly continues working on Liefkenshoek rail link

28 January 2010 | By Luc Vansteenkiste, Director General of Access to the Network, Infrabel

Infrabel, the Belgian railway infrastructure manager, is busy working on building a direct rail link between the Left and the Right Bank in the Port of Antwerp: the Liefkenshoek rail link. In mid-January 2010, the project company LOCORAIL NV started boring the first of two tunnel shafts. In a conversation…

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The Liefkenshoek rail connection PPP

23 January 2009 | By Luc Lallemand CEO, Infrabel

Luc Lallemand, CEO of Infrabel, speaks about the challenges, strategy and Infrabel's investment related to the Public Private Partnership (PPP) project to extend the railway capacity towards the port of Antwerp and the construction of the Liefkenshoek rail connection.