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Rail Baltica is a railway infrastructure project to link Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland with a European standard gauge rail line. Its purpose is to provide passenger and freight service between participating countries and improve rail connections between Central and Northern Europe.
RB Rail AS has announced the new public tender for the master design, detailed technical design, and design supervision services for the construction of the new Rail Baltica line through the Kaunas Urban Node.
Rail Baltica’s mainline in Latvia will include 16 mobility points, bringing the railway together with different modes of transport.
On 7 and 8 November 2022, Global Railway Review will host our Digital Rail event; this year taking place in-person at London’s Twickenham Stadium. Industry experts and supporters of rail’s digital transformation – from the likes of Network Rail, SNCF Réseau, SBB, Green Cargo and the UIC – will all…
RB Rail AS has signed an additional cross-border grant agreement with CINEA on the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) funding for the Rail Baltica global project.
Companies from Italy, France, and Spain have been nominated for the 2nd round of construction supervision services for the Rail Baltica main line.
Rail Baltica announced that four international candidates have applied for the 1st stage of the Rail Baltica energy subsystem design and construction procurement.
Andy Billington, Innovation and Sustainability Expert at Rail Baltica, explores what options there are to deploy sensor technology along the project’s infrastructure and what potential there is for building a ‘digital native’ railway.
Rail Baltica have entered the 2nd stage of procurement process for mainline construction, with qualified candidates now invited to submit technical and financial offers.
The signing of the Shadow Operator agreement with globally renowned railway sector companies is an important milestone in the Rail Baltica project.
Rail Baltica have re-announced the tender for design and design supervision services for the construction of the Kaunas Urban Node–Vilnius Urban Node section.
RB Rail AS announced an extension for the procurement of the Rail Baltica energy subsystem design and construction for the entire Rail Baltica line.
An environmental impact assessment report has declared the Ülemiste-Kangru section of Rail Baltica to be compliant with requirements.