Feasibility Study on Rail Baltica Railways

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Available languages : English
Period : 2007-2013
Date : 01/01/2007

A strategic study of the Rail Baltica railways has been conducted in the period
November 2005 - December 2006 on the request of the European Commission,
Directorate-General Regional Policy. The objective of the pre-feasibility study
has been to assess strategically the overall need and potential for developing
Rail Baltica and to provide recommendations for project implementation of the
most suitable development option in terms of alignment, technical standards
and organisation.

The concept of Rail Baltica refers to the imaginative, strategic and sustainable
north-south rail project connecting Tallinn in Estonia - via Latvia and Lithuania
- with Warsaw in Poland. Despite the fact that Rail Baltica is one of the TEN-T
priority projects, it has become clear that very little specific planning and analysis has been made for the project in the countries.

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