Viewpoint: Institutional fragmentation has undermined Rail Baltica

Rail Baltica train concept

On paper Rail Baltica is a perfect match for the EU’s Connecting Europe Facility programme. But three issues need to be addressed, argues Kaspars Briškens, who recently stepped down as Head of Strategy & Development at the standard gauge railway project.

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