Railway infrastructure Upgrade to the Ljubljana–Divača railway line

The existing double-track electrified Ljubljana–Divača railway line is part of both TEN-T Corridors running through Slovenia; i.e. the Baltic–Adriatic and Mediterranean Corridors.

The line, built in the 1850s, fails to comply with today’s transport requirements as regards both infrastructure and transport technology.  The upgrade of the 104-kilometre-long line section will include an upgrade to signalling safety and power supply devices, including the construction of new substations, an upgrade to the upper and sub-structure of the line and catenary, the execution of noise protection measures and protection of level crossings. 

Two new stops will be built, and upgrades will be made at four stops and 10 stations.

Type of project:Upgrade
Client: The Ministry of Infrastructure, Slovenian Infrastructure Agency
Status:In progress

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