This In-Depth Focus explores several project developments and what long-term opportunities lie ahead for the rail industry, including: the importance of financing; what changes must take place to recover and move forward from the coronavirus pandemic; the continued approach to tackling climate change; and focusing on how improving passenger and…
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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.
The Rail Baltica infrastructure project has been granted additional €184 million CEF financing to be invested in the project implementation until 2024, bringing the total amount of investment in additional funding to €216 million.
The €13,523,414 contract for the 'Latvia North' project of the Rail Baltica high-speed rail line has been awarded to Ardanuy Ingeniería and INECO.
The planning, scheduling and risk reporting software will work to ensure the successful delivery of the Rail Baltica project.
Anrī Leimanis has been appointed as the new Supervisory Board Chairperson at RB Rail AS, following a nomination by a Latvian shareholder.
The station along the Rail Baltica line will be the first high-speed rail and air traffic connection hub in the Baltic States.
As part of the development of the Rail Baltica line through Lithuania, more than 15 sites are being investigated daily for the suitability of each location.
The Rail Baltica Joint Venture RB Rail AS has announced a tender for the design and design supervision services of the Rail Baltica main line North and South sections in Latvia.
The reconstruction and development of the central station in Riga, which is thought to cost in excess of €430 million, will see it become a multimodal transport hub.
With over 20 years of experience, IDOM has been awarded the contract to design a 48-kilometre section of the new high-speed railway between Tallinn and Rapla.
This marks the beginning of the design procurement for the final section of the high-speed, double-track, electrified railway in Estonia.
The entire line is divided into 11 sections which will be contracted separately for the provision of detailed technical design.
Rail Baltica Joint Venture has hosted a meeting with representatives of the national audit institutions to commence the functional audit.
Rail Baltica has organised competitions to find high-quality services for the design and the build of new tracks that will run from Pärnu to Rapla in Estonia and from Kaunas to Ramygala in Lithuania…