According to EIB website, the project consists of the upgrading of the Danish railway access line, between Ringsted and Rodby, linking to the future Fehmarnbelt tunnel between Denmark and Germany. It aims to improve the railway line connection to the Fehmarnbelt tunnel on the Danish side. The upgrade includes the increase of line speed to 200 km/h for passenger trains, electrification of the track, constructing a double track for the whole section and equipping the track with European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) Level 2 baseline 3.
Further, the project consists of the modernisation and electrification of existing railway infrastructure and is to be carried out mainly within existing rights of way or on new alignment of twin track, thus it will be subject to an EIA.
Sund & Baelt Holding A/S, through its subsidiaries, primarily owns and operates fixed links in Denmark and internationally. It operates and maintains four ferry ports, including Odden, Ebeltoft, Spodsbjerg, and Tårs located in the north and south of the Storebaelt link; Storebaelt motorway, railway, and bridge; and the Øresund motorway, railway, and bridge, as well as undertakes land works. The company also designs and plans a fixed link across the Fehmarn belt between Denmark and Germany; and provides client consultancy services in relation to infrastructure projects, and transport and financial planning.
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