Rail Baltica provides progress update

The 6-billion-euro Rail Baltica transport project has released an update of progress made so far on what is intended to be one of the most important regional infrastructure projects for decades. You can watch the 12-slide presentation via the link below.   

As previously reported, Rail Baltica is a double track, European standard 1,435 mm gauge electrified railway for passenger and freight transport to be built from Tallinn to the Lithuanian-Polish border. The overall length of the railway will be 870 kilometers. The total cost of Rail Baltica in Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia is estimated at around €5.8 billion with the first trains due to start rolling in 2025.

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