Eurotrack

The development of a feasibility study for the expansion of the eurotrack to Ukraine has started

The development of border crossing points was discussed separately

UZ has increased the number of trolleys for the Eurotrack by 10 times since the beginning of the war

At the end of February, Ukrzaliznytsia had 300 trolleys for rearranging railcars, and now – about 2.9 thousand units

EC assigns €360 million more for the Rail Baltica railway project

Rail Baltica will connect Tallinn, Riga, Kaunas, Warsaw and Berlin; the cost of the project tops €7 billion

It will cost $2-3 billion to change track width at one railway line

Alexander Kubrakov, Ukraine’s Minister of Infrastructure, urge to invest in border crossings capacities

Poland has finalized a railway track design at border with Ukraine

Lviv deputy governor expects that the reconstruction of the Ukrainian part of the track may begin after receiving some assistance from Poland