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.
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Jean-Marc Bedmar, Head of the Systems and Operations Department of RB Rail AS, details progress on the Rail Baltica transport corridor, and explains the challenges of implementing electrification on the largest Baltic‑region infrastructure project in the last 100 years.
Construction of the Rail Baltica station at Riga Airport will begin in May 2021 and will be divided into five stages, with completion expected by December 2025.
Kaspars Briškens, Head of Strategy and Development at the Rail Baltica joint venture, RB Rail AS, explains why a comprehensive approach to noise and vibration reduction is included in the Rail Baltica infrastructure project and how this contributes to the overall goal of achieving zero environmental impact once the rail…
The beginning of construction of the Central Hub is a significant milestone for the Rail Baltica project, which is the largest infrastructure project in the region for 100 years.
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 €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 station along the Rail Baltica line will be the first high-speed rail and air traffic connection hub in the Baltic States.
The EU is investing nearly €320 million in the electrification of rail across Latvia, but do we need to question why only 14 per cent of the railway across the nation will be electrified?
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.
The entire line is divided into 11 sections which will be contracted separately for the provision of detailed technical design.
The three-phase programme was announced by LDZ and the Latvian Ports Transport and Logistics Council in November 2016 and will entail an investment of €1.3 billion.
Kaspars Briškens - Business Development Director, Rail Baltica - discusses the Rail Baltica project, which aims to integrate the Baltic States in the European rail network through a new rail infrastructure