Portugal plans €626m South International Corridor upgrading

The South International Corridor upgrading programme is intended to enhance rail connectivity between the port of Sines and the rest of Europe. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

PORTUGAL: Having called tenders in March last year for an €18·5m upgrading of the 11 km between Elvas and the Spanish border as part of the first phase of the proposed South International Corridor, infrastructure manager Infraestruturas de Portugal provided further details of the work programme in early January at ...

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