Since mid-January, the rail logistics company, which is part of Mercitalia Logistics, has been operating one round trip per week between the Jade-Weser port and the rail terminals in Nuremberg and Kornwestheim.
The investment will go into cranes that will be used for fast, safe, and automated container handling.
DB Cargo's Spanish subsidiary Transfesa made its first journey between the French city of Perpignan and the port of Barcelona with 100 % DB Cargo power and new locomotives.
The new line will enable rail freight transport to and from the port of Constanta, a major hub on the Black Sea.
Almost 4,500 km of High-Speed Railway (HSR) lines are planned for the Three Seas Region. The first sections, including the Warsaw – Łódź route, should be launched as early as 2028.
This is another of a series of constructions which will result in a fast and ecological railway connection from the centre of Prague to Kladno with a branch line to Václav Havel Airport.
The new certificate has a term of five years and is valid until the beginning of December 2027.
Beginning 16 January 2023, EUROGATE Intermodal GmbH (EGIM) will add Wilhelmshaven, Germany’s only deep-water port, to its portfolio of connections.
Regarding passenger trains, last year, a total of 13.2 million domestic long-distance train trips were made, which is about 58% more than in 2021 and about 8% less than in 2019.
ÖBB is continuing its large expansion and investment programme in 2023. By 2028, 19 billion euros will be invested in railway expansion throughout Austria.
Systra Sotecni, SWS Engineering and Alstom will provide a new signalling system to all the EAV Vesuvian lines.
Alstom acting as the Head of a Temporary Association of Enterprises (ATI), consisting of Consorzio Integra, Icop, and Euroferroviaria, with engineering assigned to companies including Systra Sotecni, SWS Engineering and Alstom, who will provide a new signalling system to the EAV Vesuvian lines.
The Schweizerzug service is designed to ensure maximum schedule stability and fast connections between inland locations and seaports.
During his recent visit to Poland, Lithuanian Minister of Transport and Communications Marius Skuodis discussed with the Polish Minister of Infrastructure Andrzej Adamczyk cooperation in creating new freight corridors between the ports of the Baltic Sea countries and Ukraine.
Two contracts cover the electrification and modernization of the 66 km railway line between Cluj Napoca and Poieni. Thanks to modernization, the speed will be increased to 120 km/h for freight transport and 160 km/h for passenger trains.
Deutsche Bahn (DB) has invested around 200 million euros in the expansion and extended the five-track hall by 200 meters. Now trains up to 400 meters long, such as the XXL-ICE 4, or two shorter trains in a row can be maintained here on one track.
Financial support from the EBRD and the EU is intended to help improve transport connectivity in the Western Balkans and promote a modal shift from road to rail as a greener mode of transport.
The new bridge that will carry direct rail services between Oxford and Cambridge was lifted into position over the route of HS2, the high-speed rail line under construction between London, Birmingham and the North.