The planning of the rail projects to realise the Danish Hour Model is in full swing. At Vejle Fjord in Denmark, studies are to ensure shorter travel times on the rail section between Odense and Aarhus.
The Gothenburg-Borås rail line has been planned based on a comprehensive sustainability assessment on how localisation alternatives compare from a social, ecological and economic perspective.
Shorter travel distance to the capital.
As part of the Fehmarn Belt tunnel project, the 110 km railway line between Ringsted and the Fehmarn-link in Rødby will undergo a comprehensive upgrade. The project includes raising the speed limit to 200 km/h and expansion from single to double track between Vordingborg and Rødby. Existing railway stations will be rebuilt and a new station will be built in Holeby. All of this in order to ensure a quick and efficient transportation of cargo and passengers to Germany.