European gauge in Estonia: a long, expensive, and complicated project
Photo: Wikimedia Commons. Ivar Leidus
Switching to the European standard gauge would cost Estonia around 8,7 billion euros, said Estonian Railways CEO Kaido Zimmerman in a letter to the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. 7,5 billion euros would be invested for the works on the tracks, while 1,2 billion in new rolling stock.
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