uture mobility, technologies, customers’ needs, sustainability, innovation and operational viability are the main topics discussed today by Baiba Rubesa, CEO and Chairperson of the Management Board of the joint venture RB RAIL AS, Mark Pettman, Innovation Manager of Virgin Trains East Coast and Dr. Alan James, VP Global Business Development of Hyperloop One within the panel discussion “Future on The Rails” during the transport and logistics event “Futurism Conference 2017” happening today in Tallinn, Estonia.
On August 30, 2017, a ceremonial event was held to mark the event of the first tram running on the new route between RB Ülemiste and Tallinn Lennart Meri International Airport. The new tramline is offering convenient travel alternative between the airport and the city centre for both citizens of Tallinn as well as its guests.
The joint venture RB RAIL AS established as a main coordinator of the Rail Baltica Global project implementation announces an open competition “Preparation of the operational plan of the railway” with a proposal submission deadline of September 26, 2017.
The implementation of the Rail Baltica Global project involves a variety of important research and development of work plans that would ensure efficiency during the project’s strategic planning and implementation, as well as for future activities within the market. In the table below, the essence and importance of each plan is briefly explained in the […]
Rail Baltica is going to bring a completely new travel experience to Baltic passengers that cannot be compared to any of the existing means of transportation in the region. What is more, the newly built fast conventional railway infrastructure will revolutionize people’s lives by changing their habits and widening opportunities. The new railway will bring […]
The Rail Baltica project does not only include track installation, but also construction of adjoining infrastructure such as terminals, stops, access roads and also a tramline in Estonia. A huge part of the adjoining infrastructure will benefit citizens of the specific areas independently from the Rail Baltica train movement. One of the positive examples is […]
The Rail Baltica project demands high level expertise in variety of fields, therefore the main coordinator of the project RB RAIL AS is looking for efficient solutions to attract the missing experts. One of the ways how RB RAIL AS is approaching this issue is by announcing an open competition for expert services to support […]
The Estonian Ministry of the Environment approved the Environmental Impact Assessments (EIA) of Harju, Rapla and Pärnu county planning on August 11, 2017. According to the Ministry, the EIA meets the requirements and the effects of the route have been adequately assessed.
RB RAIL AS is currently recruiting a BIM coordinator, a spatial planning specialist, a senior railway bridge engineer and two junior railway engineers. Candidates are welcome to submit their applications by August 18, 2017.