The completed high-speed rail network in the Three Seas region, suitable for both passenger and freight transport, will be approximately 4,500 km by 2050.
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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.
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.
Alstom has debuted its Coradia iLint hydrogen train on the Railway Research Institute's test track to highlight the potential for sustainable transport in Poland.
Like many other organisations, the PKP CARGO Group has felt the effects of the coronavirus pandemic. However, as the largest railway freight carrier in Poland and second largest in the European Union (EU), PKP CARGO is continuing to deliver on its business strategy. Here, Czesław Warsewicz, President of the Management Board, explains…
The 10 locomotives, which will be delivered within two years, will be used primarily for light shunting at depots and parking stations across Poland.
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…
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.
Despite the ongoing situation related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the PKP Group Foundation is not slowing down and continues to work at full speed, with all efforts redirected to fighting the virus.
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 polish infrastructure manager is looking at expansion of lines in the Katowice agglomeration in response to the increase in passenger and freight traffic.
The Warsaw-based start-up is looking to raise €452,000 to fund continued testing and development, based on magnetic levitation, linear motor and autonomous control systems.
UWC, the largest producer of freight cars in Russia, will build the additional flat cars at their Tikhvin production site.