The joint venture RB Rail AS, alongside its national project implementers, has signed a contract with Certifer SA, to provide safety assessment services for the Rail Baltica line.
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The Rail Baltica Global Project has released a global market survey to collect feedback from the current and potential contract partners regarding the transition to a full-scale construction phase.
With the goal of beginning large-scale construction works in 2021, RB Rail AS has begun the first of many public procurements of railway materials and components.
RB Rail AS' first virtual high-speed train visualisation has been released in order to provide a general overview of the train's design concept and features.
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Kaspars Briškens, Head of Strategy and Development at the Rail Baltica joint venture, RB Rail AS, explores some of the long-term benefits that the Rail Baltica project must achieve with the help of innovation, digitalisation and sustainable greenfield infrastructure development.
The contract, amounting to a total of €10.8 million, will involve Prointec being responsible for the design, engineering and supervision of the 93.5km stretch of railway line.
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.
Timo Riihimäki will continue undertaking his duties on the Joint Venture project until mid-December before leaving due to personal reasons.
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RB Rail AS is planning to nominate a single NoBo provider to assess Rail Baltica's trackside infrastructure according to the requirements set in TSI.
This marks the beginning of the design procurement for the final section of the high-speed, double-track, electrified railway in Estonia.
Rail Baltica Joint Venture has hosted a meeting with representatives of the national audit institutions to commence the functional audit.