Rail Baltica is a greenfield railway infrastructure project to link Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland with a European standard gauge. The aim is to provide passenger and freight service between the countries and connect the North-Europe with Central-Europe.
Rail Baltica is planned to be constructed by 2026 with a goal to integrate the Baltic States to the European rail network. Rail Baltica will be fast and conventional double-track electrified and ERTMS-equipped railway line with maximum design speed of 240 km/h on the route from Estonia to Lithuanian-Polish border.
The project is being implemented by the three Baltic States, which have established a joint venture ‘RB Rail AS’ to coordinate and manage the project. The total estimated cost of the project is 5.8 billion euro in all three countries. The EU-financing is projected to be 85% of the total cost. The project is one of the priority transport projects of the European Union.
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