May 29, 2015

Budapest – Belgrade feasibility study on the way

Written by  Ferenc Joó
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A consortium of Főmterv and Ecoroad has won the tender to prepare the detailed feasibility study for building the Hungarian section of the Budapest-Belgrade high-speed line. The study will cost Forints 527m ($US 1.8m).


It is proposed to rebuild the 350km line with a 200 km/h operating speed, which would reduce journey times by half. The project is estimated to cost $US 3bn, with 85% of funding provided through Chinese investment.


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