Rail Baltica


Rail Baltica is the largest Baltic transport infrastructure project aiming to connect the Baltic states with the European railway ecosystem and eliminate the missing link along the TEN-T North Sea - Baltic Core Network Corridor. It will be a 1435mm gauge, double-track, electrified, ERTMS-equipped, mixed traffic railway line with a design speed of 249km/h together with a modern intermodal infrastructure for passenger and freight services, ensuring environmentally sustainable and high-speed connectivity from Tallinn to the Lithuanian-Polish border and beyond. The project is co-financed by the European Union and has entered into the design phase. RB Rail is the joint venture established by the three Baltic states to coordinate the implementation of the Rail Baltica project.