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Lviv completes new fast tram line and introduces e-ticket system

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The Western Ukrainian city of Lviv will celebrate a big step forward in the modernisation of its public transport with the completion of a fast tram line and the inauguration of a state-of-the-art e-ticket system. The new line – supported with a €6 million loan by the EBRD and a …

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Second CEF grant agreement for Rail Baltica signed

Second CEF grant agreement for Rail Baltica signed

EU’s Innovation and Networks Executive Agency (INEA), RB Rail AS, the JV of the three Baltic states, the Ministry of Economics and Communication of Estonia, the Ministry of Transport of Latvia and the Ministry of Transport and Communication of Lithuania have signed the CEF grant agreement under the with a total value of …

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PKP PLK launches tender worth PLN 500m for Line 1 rail section modernisation

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Polish rail infrastructure manager PKP Polish Railway Lines (PKP PLK) has launched a PLN 500m (EUR 112 million) tender for the modernisation of Częstochowa – Zawiercie rail section, the last segment of Line no 1 connecting Warsaw to Katowice (Wiedenki).  Modernisation works will include the replacement of track and catenary on the 44 …

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Belgrade to launch feasibility study for metro project

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The City of Belgrade has presented its transport system master plan, which also includes the construction of the city’s first metro line and the expansion of BG voz uban rail lines.  The presentation was attended by Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic, Mayor of Belgrade Sinisa Mali, French Ambassador to Serbia Christine …

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Serbia and China sign contract for first phase of Belgrade-Budapest rail line modernisation

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Serbia and China have signed a commercial agreement for the modernisation and construction of the first section of Belgrade-Budapest railway line and a memorandum of understanding for a loan to finance the these works.  JSC Infrastructure Railways of Serbia and a Chinese consortium formed of China Railway International and  China Communications Construction Company …

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Nokia to provide Korea Rail Network Authority with LTE-R network for high-speed railway operation

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Nokia has been selected by the Korea Rail Network Authority (KRNA) as a supplier for LTE-R mobile broadband network to support railway operations and employee services. The network will be deployed on a railway line between Wonju and Gangneung as part of preparations for the major international sporting event being …

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Key CEF grant agreements for Bulgarian and Romanian rail projects signed

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Romania and Bulgaria have signed with INEA -Innovation and Networks Executive Agency two key CEF grant agreements for key rail infrastructure projects. Bulgarian National railway infrastructure company (NRIC) has received over EUR 151 million of funding for important upgrades to a 24.4 km rail section between Kostenets and Septemvri on the Orient-East …

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Budapest-Belgrade railway line modernisation agreement signed

MÁV continues its modernisation with HUF 3 bn worth IT projects

Hungary and China have signed an agreement for Budapest-Belgrade railway modernisation, representing a first major cross-border CEE investment project financed by China. The document was signed on the 5th of November during a China-CEE summit in Riga. The total cost of Budapest-Belgrade railway modernisation project could reach up to HUF 700 billion (EUR 2.3 …

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Warsaw Metro announces concept design tender for next Line II stations

Warsaw Metro announces concept design tender for next Line II metro stations

Warsaw Metro has announced a tender for the concept architectural design and construction of the next section of Line II towards Bemowo district. The 4 km long route will include three metro stations and a depot/technical station (STP Mory). The last stations of the western section will be ready in 2023. The planned …

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Over EUR 20 million investment for Bucharest Railway Ring development project

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Romanian Transport Ministry has presented Bucharest Railway Ring development project, the western section: Gara de Nord – Domnești – Măgurele – Gara Progresu. According to the Ministry, this project worth over EUR 20 million  brings to Romania the “urban regio” train concept, which will serve both Bucharest citizens and nearby communities. The development project of the 68 …

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