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Budapest Airport

Budapest / Hungary

Budapest Airport Logo2014-HU-TMC-0508-W

EU funding application for the connection of the railway line Budapest –Arad to the multi modal hub at Budapest Airport in 2014.

CEF grant: 14.84 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 17.46 mio. Euros


SNCF – Réseau Ferré de France

Serqeuex – Gisors / France

SNCF Réseau Logo

2014-FR-TM-0534-M

EU funding application for the modernization of the railway section Serqueux – Gisors in 2014.

CEF grant: 71 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 229.96 mio. Euros


RTW Planungsgesellschaft

Frankfurt / Germany

RTW Planungsgesellschaft Logo2014-DE-TM-0006-S

Planning of Regionaltangente-West (RTW) in Frankfurt am Main – Improvement of the intermodal link at the core network Airport Frankfurt am Main and associated strain relief of the (city tunnel) bottleneck at the Central Train Station Frankfurt (Main) Hbf in 2014.

CEF grant: 7.98 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 15.36 mio. Euros


Land Hamburg / Land Schleswig-Holstein

Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein Logo Stadt Hamburg Logo

 

 

 

2016-DE-TM-0118-S

Planning of the new urban railway line S4.

CEF grant: 5.59 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 11.18 mio. Euros


Karawanken Tunnel – Rail (Study)

Slovenia / Austria

Slovenske Zeleznice LogoÖBB Infra Logo

 

 

 

2016-EU-TA-0018-S

Safety-technical upgrade along the cross-border section between Slovenia and Austria.

CEF grant: 2.97 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 5.94 mio. Euros


SNCF – Réseau Ferré de France / Grand Est / Land Rheinland-Pfalz

France / Germany

SNCF Réseau LogoGrand Est Logo

Rheinland Pfalz Logo

 

 

 

2019-FR-TA-0046-S

Modernization of the railway section Strasbourg – Lauterbourg.

CEF grant: 4.00 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 8.00 mio. Euros


ÖBB Infra

Austria

ÖBB Infra Logo2019-AT-TA-0061-S

Upgrade and electrification of the Wiener Neustadt – state border next Loipersbach-Schattendorf (-Sopron) railway line.

CEF grant: 2.979 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 5.959 mio. Euros


ÖBB Infra

Hungary / Austria

ÖBB Infra Logo2019-AT-TA-0050-S

Upgrade and electrification of the state border next Szentgotthárd/Jennersdorf (Hungary / Austria) – Graz railway line.

CEF grant: 3.25 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 6.50 mio. Euros


ÖBB Infra / DB Netze

Austria / Germany

ÖBB Infra LogoDB Netze Logo
2019-EU-TM-0098-S

Studies for the Northern Access Line to the Brenner Base Tunnel between Munich (Germany) and Radfeld (Austria).

CEF grant: 14.32 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 28.64 mio. Euros


Land Hamburg / Land Schleswig-Holstein

Hamburg / Schleswig-Holstein

Schleswig-Holstein Logo Stadt Hamburg Logo

 

 

 

2019-DE-TM-0155-S

Final planning of the new urban railway line S4.

CEF grant: 8.454 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 16.908 mio. Euros


SNCF – Réseau Ferré de France

Luxembourg / France

SNCF Réseau Logo

2019-FR-TM-0212-S

Studies on the capacity improvement of the cross-border rail section Metz-Luxembourg.

CEF grant: 1.99 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 3.98 mio. Euros


RTW Planungsgesellschaft

Frankfurt / Germany

RTW Planungsgesellschaft Logo2019-DE-TM-0242-S

Final planning of the Regionaltangente West (RTW) in Frankfurt am Main.

CEF grant: 27.77 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 55.55 mio. Euros


DB Netze

Czech Republic / Germany

DB Netze Logo
2019-DE-TM-0275-W

Improvement of the cross-border railway line between Czech Republic and Germany.

CEF grant: 8.154 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 40.770 mio. Euros


SNCF – Réseau Ferré de France

Mulhouse / France

SNCF Réseau Logo

2019-FR-TM-0243-W

Works on the handling of the Mulhouse rail node to improve the North Sea – Mediterranean Corridor.

CEF grant: 13.19 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 43.96 mio. Euros


Bahnprojekt Stuttgart-Ulm

Stuttgart / Germany

Bahnprojekt Stuttgart-Ulm2019-DE-TM-0202-W

Extension and new rail line Stuttgart-Wendlingen including Stuttgart 21.

CEF grant: 64.453 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 214.846 mio. Euros


Akiem

Europe

Akiem Logo

2019-FR-TM-0115-W

Development of 12 ERTMS Baseline 3 prototypes for the improvement of rail interoperability on 9 TEN-T Corridors.

CEF grant: 7.35 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 14.70 mio. Euros


Akiem

Europe

Akiem Logo

2019-FR-TM-0371-W

Upgrade to ERTMS Baseline 3 of 8 locomotives series for the improvement of rail interoperability.

 

CEF grant: 4.82 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 47.06 mio. Euros


DB Netze

Frankfurt / Germany

DB Netze Logo
2020-DE-TM-0057-S

Study: With a train volume of approx. 1250 trains per day, the central hub of the Frankfurt/Rhine-Main metropolitan region is already heavily frequented. By 2030, it is expected to be approx. 300 trains more per day. In order to be able to cope with this in the future, the expansion and modernisation of Frankfurt am Main Hauptbahnhof and Frankfurt am Main Süd is necessary.

CEF grant: 2.99 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 5.98 mio. Euros


DB Netze

Hamburg / Germany

DB Netze Logo
2020-DE-TM-0043-S

Study: Hamburg’s railway node is heavily overloaded; there is a conflict between rail freight traffic from the Port of Hamburg and long-distance rail passenger traffic. The Wilhelmsburg crossing structure plays a decisive role in this regard for trouble-free traffic management in Hamburg. The planned construction of a a double-track underpass for rail freight traffic is intended to resolve the conflict.

CEF grant: 1.29 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 2.59 mio. Euros


ÖBB Infra

Hungary / Austria / Slovakia

ÖBB Infra Logo2020-AT-TM-0040-S

Study: Passengers from Vienna Airport to Budapest and Bratislava-Petržalka currently have to change trains in Vienna at the main railway station, which is a major detour compared to the direct road connection. The future Airport Link will provide passengers with a fast and direct train connection from Vienna Airport to Budapest Central Station and Bratislava-Petržalka. 5.6 million European citizens could benefit from this connection annually.

CEF grant: 8.77 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 17.55 mio. Euros


ÖBB Infra

Czech Republic / Austria

ÖBB Infra Logo2020-AT-TM-0001-S

The measure comprises studies to upgrade the Northern Railway Line on Austrian territory (section Vienna-Süßenbrunn to the Austrian-Czech border at Bernhardsthal) – a section of about 70 km length including17 stations. The proposed studies concern the necessary preparatory steps for the realisation of a high-speed line between Berlin – Prague – Vienna.

CEF grant: 10.85 mio. Euros

Total costs of the project: 21.69 mio. Euros