Rail Baltic/Rail Baltica is a key EU infrastructure project to link Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland with a new European gauge fast conventional railway.
Rail Baltica is one of the priority projects of the European Union: Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T). It envisages a continuous rail link from Tallinn (Estonia) to Warsaw (Poland), going via Riga (Latvia) and Kaunas (Lithuania). The Baltic route should be completed by 2025; the link to Warsaw-2030.
Latvia [Extra-Regio NUTS 3]
Lithuania [Extra-Regio NUTS 3]
Estonia [Extra-Regio NUTS 3]
Estimated project cost
EUR 5000 million
Trans European Network – Transport
Multimodal Nodes (ports, airports, stations, logistic platforms)
Financing source: Public
Connecting Europe Facility grants + 15% national co-financing
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