Topic: Betuweroute

New Dutch government, new funds for infrastructure

The new Dutch government will structurally set aside 1.25 billion euros to make up for backlogs in the maintenance of Dutch infrastructure. This was announced on Wednesday 15 December, when the government presented the coalition...Read more
|Comment|author: Majorie van Leijen

DB Cargo and ProRail start ATO testing

A new Automatic Train Operation (ATO) test project started this month on the Dutch Betuwe route. It is a German-Dutch cooperation which will run until the end of 2025. The project includes a one-year test...Read more
|Comment|author: Paul van den Bogaard
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New fibre optic connection on Dutch Betuweroute

A 135-kilometer fiber optic connection was put into operation on the Dutch Betuweroute between Rotterdam and Zevenaar last weekend. The network has more capacity than the old fiber optic connection and is now connected to...Read more
|Comment|author: Marieke van Gompel

Extra terminal on Betuweroute open in 2024

The additional rail terminal on the Dutch Betuweroute at Valburg will be constructed, but without  cooperation of the Dutch European Rail Terminal (Dert) consortium. The province of Gelderland made this announcement according to sister publication...Read more
|Comment|author: Rob Mackor

New terminal on the Betuweroute

The Dutch province of Gelderland and Ministry of Infrastructure and Public Works will jointly invest in the construction of a new rail terminal in Valburg near Arnhem. The rail terminal will be located on the...Read more
|Comment|author: Carlijn Kruidhof