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Study: 70% of Estonians consider Rail Baltica to have a positive impact

According to the opinion survey carried out in April 2021, people's support for the Rail Baltica railway project has increased to 65%. Also, the share of people who see the positive impact of the project on Estonia has increased considerably to 70%.     According to this n...
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31.05.2021

Rail Baltic Estonia announced procurement of planning and designing of local stops

The design of Rail Baltica's regional stops and station buildings will start from Rapla county. The construction of the stops is scheduled to begin in 2024.   One of the objectives of the launched procurement is to find a main contractor to type-design the crossings between three diff...
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19.05.2021

Rail Baltica global project to improve regional infrastructure and open more opportunities to local business

A boost to business and tourism, better communication and new jobs are just some of the benefits of Rail Baltica Global Project were discussed at four remote meetings during the last month in Lithuania different regions.   Marius Narmontas, RB Rail AS Head of Lithuanian branch says: &ldqu...
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07.05.2021

Photo: RB Rail provides the preliminary overview of the first fully virtual concept train

Rail Baltica Joint venture RB Rail AS has developed the first high-speed virtual concept train that would connect the Baltic states with the Western European railway network. The provided virtual concept train overview is made by the RB Rail AS experts to illustrate the features of the high-speed tr...
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22.04.2021

The concept design of Rail Baltica Ülemiste rolling stock depot is ready

The concept design of the Rail Baltica rolling stock depot to be built on the border between the city of Tallinn and Rae municipality has been developed and based on this 3D visualization has also been developed.   The largest Rail Baltica rolling stock depot is designed by OÜ Real Projec...
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20.04.2021

The environmental impact assessment programme of the detailed technical design project for the Soodevahe–Muuga section has been recognised as compliant

RB Rail AS has completed the environmental impact assessment (EIA) programme of the detailed technical design for Soodevahe–Muuga section on the Rail Baltica line. The Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority has assessed it as compliant.   “In the Tallinn–...
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14.04.2021

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