Tripartite LoI signed to bolster Rail Baltica Projects
For the execution of the Rail Baltica corridor in the Polish/Lithuanian border section, RB Rail, LTG Infra, and PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe signed a tripartite letter of intent (LoI).
The LoI is anticipated to boost Rail Baltica’s relationships with Poland and PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe, one of its principal strategic partners.
A Polish company called PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe is in charge of overseeing the construction of the country’s rail network.
The letter of intent (LoI) shows the intention of all project stakeholders to complete the North Sea-Baltic TEN-T Core Network by adding the missing rail link, uniting the three Baltic States into a single European rail space, and creating a new economic and security corridor.
The goal of Rail Baltica, a new rail transportation infrastructure project, is to connect the Baltic States to the rest of Europe.
The LoI attempts to achieve consistency in the interface between command-control and signaling subsystems and the architecture of the railway infrastructure.
Rail Baltica is a special and crucial EU-level cross-border project for the security and economic well-being of the Baltic area, as well as for bolstering our shared European values, according to RB Rail management board chair and CEO Agnis Driksna.
We have a long history of working together with Poland, and now that the project is mature enough to start large-scale construction, harmonizing shared standards and technical requirements not just inside the Baltics but also on the cross-border portion with Poland becomes even more important.
“We eagerly anticipate beginning a new stage in the fruitful partnership with our Polish partners.”