Construction tender for one of the largest traffic junctions in Estonia announced

The Estonian Transport Administration, in collaboration with Rail Baltic Estonia, has announced a tender for the construction of the Kangru traffic junction located on the border of Kiili and Saku municipalities. The Kangru traffic junction will address the intersections of the Viljandi highway, Kurna-Tuhala public road, and Rail Baltica railway. As part of the project, […]

Access video presentations and highlights of Rail Baltica Industry Day 2022

Just a couple of days ago, on 6 December 2022, the annual Rail Baltica Industry Day was held, gathering over 5500 participants from 15 countries, including the Baltic States, Germany, Finland, Poland, Italy, Spain, France, Austria, and Ukraine. During the event, Rail Baltica global project implementers and senior experts provided insights about the project’s strategic directions, […]

Rail Baltic Estonia announced a new tender for the construction of the railway infrastructure in Ülemiste

On 22 September, as part of the public procurement procedure, Rail Baltica implementing body in Estonia “Rail Baltica Estonia” has re-announced the first stage of procurement for the railway infrastructure construction at the Ülemiste terminal and the surrounding area.  The purpose of these construction works is to rebuild the existing Ülemiste railway infrastructure to make […]

Rizzani de Eccher submitted an offer for the construction contract for Rail Baltica’s Ülemiste joint terminal

On 17 August 2022, Rail Baltic Estonia, the national implementing body of the Rail Baltica project in Estonia, announced that Rizzani de Eccher S.p.A. submitted a bid for the construction procurement of the Ülemiste joint terminal by Rail Baltica, which almost doubled the expected construction cost of the construction procurement of the terminal and related […]

The first environmental impact assessment report of Rail Baltica main route in Estonia was declared to meet the requirements

  The Consumer Protection and Technical Regulatory Authority declared the environmental impact assessment (EIA) report of the Ülemiste-Kangru section of Rail Baltica to be compliant with the requirements. The recognition of the EIA report as meeting the requirements will soon allow the construction of the first section of the main railway line to begin. The […]

New procurement launched for the construction of the Rail Baltica Ülemiste joint terminal and its surrounding area

At the beginning of the week, Rail Baltic Estonia announced the largest construction procurement in Estonia for the construction of the Rail Baltica Ülemiste joint terminal and its surrounding area.   The total volume of the Ülemiste terminal building and the construction site in its vicinity is approximately 100000 m ². According to the design […]